I’m able to start syncthing manually on my raspberry pi using /usr/bin/syncthing
I’d like to start it as I do it usually in my ubuntu sudo service syncthing start
But it says
$ sudo /usr/sbin/service syncthing start
syncthing: unrecognized service
$ cat /etc/*-release
PRETTY_NAME="Raspbian GNU/Linux 7 (wheezy)"
I was able to start syncthing on my raspberry pi using link I mentioned above, also I added these lines into my /etc/monit/monitrc :
check process syncthing matching "syncthing"
start program = "/usr/sbin/service syncthing start"
stop program = "/usr/sbin/service syncthing stop"
if cpu usage > 95% for 10 cycles then restart
Aren’t you likely to run into issues restarting if the CPU is at 95% for 10 cycles?
I am not running ST on a Pi myself but getting it to hit 95% on an initial scan doesn’t seem unlikely to me.
This is my uptime below, see load average.
18:01:24 up 4:59, 1 user, load average: 0,34, 0,21, 0,29
Well, I remember when I just started syncthing on my rpi for the first time, it tried hard to sync all my 4 gb and maybe struggled all the night, I don’t know, but in the morning it was ok. Now I do not see high load at all. I run also samba and transmission, everything looks smooth.
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