I would like to have a list of files that are currently syncing. Either as a standalone list in the UI, or as an entry under the respective device(s), perhaps between “Upload rate” and “Address”. I experience often that Syncthing is uploading something to someone, and I can’t always figure out exactly what file(s).
Yes, this is correct for the receiving end.
I have a couple master folders on my device, that are “Up to Date”. And I’m uploading to another device. I want to see what files are currently uploading, without access to the receiving device.
There is no concept of uploading, it’s pretty much like torrent, you know who’s connected to you, but you have no concept of what remote peers are doing, because they might ask someone else for parts of the file and not you, hence you cannot make any assumptions on what they are doing as they might never show any activity towards you.
You have the sync percentage which indicates that the other peer is doing somethig, but this is as good as it will ever get.
Yeah, but that only reveals what you are being asked, not what others are actually doing, as I’ve explained, a node might never ask you for anything, and get the file from someone else, hence assuming that the cluster is idle because nobody is asking you anything would be wrong.