I’d like to know, where I can find those useful logfiles, which would tell me all the things I cannot see within the WebGui.
I installed Syncthing via PackageCenter and updated it a few times with only replacing the binary and it works flawlessly (beside folder configuration issues, which I’d like to check in the logs).
I’ve checked the package-path: /volume1/@appstore/syncthing/ but no luck.
Some other paths like /var/ … but also no luck.
I’ve read here, but thats seems a bit too overloading for me, just to have a look at the logs.
Is there no easy way to activate the logs? and/or maybe define a path for it?
Maybe I just need to check other paths, but I’m not a *nix geek and have forgotten all about the different paths a logfile could hide…
I used this to set-up my local firewall. UPnP is on (at least on phone and router, I have no idea how to check it on linux dekctop).
But due to 21026 port in my log - firewall still blocking Syncthing, isn’t it? If so, waht additional settings need for setting up?
Anyway, Syncthing is running on both machines, destination machine has info about what should be syncronized, but no progress: Syncing (0%) for last hour. Why may it happened?
Add 21026 UDP, that’s for discovery packages for IPv6.
This requires you to read the log. It’ll probably contain the relevant information.
Note that you can also run syncthing without the daemon (./syncthing), then the output will be shown in your terminal.