I’ve just gotten Syncthing up and running, and I love it. The GUI is great, and it was much easier to set up than alternatives. I have a (maybe niche?) application I’d like to use it for, and I was wondering if it’s possible.
I have a seedbox with torrents on it that’s running Syncthing. After the torrent is finished, it makes a hardlink to a directory and this is then synced to my NAS at home. The seedbox instance of Syncthing is “send only”.
My NAS at home is “receive only”. This works well and I get the remote files locally, but I’d like to fancy it up.
Once I have the file locally, I have a script that moves the file to another directory. I was wondering if it was possible for Syncthing to notice the local file change, then delete the remote hardlink file on my Seedbox?
I’m using hardlinks on the seedbox as I want the torrents to continue seeding and not be deleted.
Is this possible? Am I making this way harder than it needs to be?
Any advice would be great.