We’re employing Syncthing to share the media from our feature film to our editors’ external hard drives in Los Angeles, New York and London. This has grown to several TB of data 300,000+ files.
Recently we had to switch from Adobe Premiere’s Team Project system to their new Productions system on account of the former becoming unstable with the volume of media and sequences present.
Unlike Team Projects which supports multiple media paths, Productions requires them to all be identical. So we renamed our editors’ external hard drives to match our NAS paths to make them identical i.e. /volume1/Editors_harddrive/[xxxx] becomes /volume1/EDIT/[xxxx]
After re-linking their sync folders Syncthing seemingly cannot reconcile the differences between the two databases and is generating an endless number of sync-conflict files. I’ve had to suspend everyone’s syncs but overnight it generated 11,000 of them on our server.
My guess is that it’s getting turned around by the near identical folder structures/contents?
Could use any help available. Thanks!