Issue: I am getting an Out of Sync warning despite the fact that it seems both folders are fully synced.
I am trying to sync a folder on my desktop with one on my netbook.
The folder is ~700 MiB, 2500 files, 500 sub-folders.
On my desktop, the folder is located something like: /media/USER/EXTERNAL-DRIVE/FOLDER
On my netbook, the folder is located as: /home/USER/FOLDER
Prior to the sync, the two paths shared a subfolder (but no other contents), which was synced with git. Git folders were removed prior to sync.
Desktop: /media/USER/EXTERNAL-DRIVE/FOLDER/SUBFOLDER Netbook: /home/USER/FOLDER/SUBFOLDER
Among other things this folder contained my emacs config and some pdf and plain text files. These are the files that seem to be failing.
What I should have done: (1) had coffee, (2) deleted the subfolder on my netbook, and allowed the sync to come in from the desktop.
What I did: I set-up sync for FOLDER on both my desktop and my netbook, with the SUBFOLDER still in place on both systems.
I got a few sync-conflicts, which were pretty easy to fix.
On my netbook, the GUI says “Up to Date”.
On my desktop, the GUI says “Out of Sync”.
33 files are listed as failing, with the error “operation not permitted”.
I have not checked all of the files, but I can confirm the vast majority seem to be synced on both computers, with no conflicts.
I have also tried shutting down and restarting both systems simultaneously, but remain with “Out of Sync”.
What I expected to happen (and would like to have happen now):
“Up to Date” on both systems.
Syncthing Version: v0.14.6 OS Version: Kubuntu 16.04 / Lubuntu 16.04 Browser Version: Chromium 52.0.2743.116 / Qupzilla 1.8.9