This is a continuation of this thread: It was auto-closed some time ago due to me being too slow to reply cause I was very busy
I have meanwhile made some more screenshots that document the weird behavior described in mentioned link. I start with this scenario:
This is a Windows machine set to “send only” synced to a Linux machine set to “receive only”. If I compare a file mentioned claimed to be “locally changed” I get this result:
That doesn’t really confuse anybody, does it? Basically that’s what sync is for and if that didn’t work it would be a major reason for distrust!
And here’s the rights of the file, left the Windows machine, right the Linux machine:
It doesn’t matter though, the connection meanwhile is set to “ignore rights”.
Then I did like @imsodin said, I enabled the db and model logging and clicked on “reset local changes”
But unfortunately the log display stays empty:
or where is this log meant to be? SyncTrazor is running on the Windows machine, thus I expect the log to be on the Windows machine as well, or precisely what logfile do you mean? I am specifically asking because I got that wrong already before and uploaded the wrong logfile
And since the latest update of SyncTrayzor (at least I’m guessing it’s since then) I have an additional quirk:
I’m confused again. Not only that I did not change the configuration, it’s also that the first machine it’s coming up with this message is a Windows machine. The help only talks of the problem solving on Linux machines, so what do I on a Windows machine? Also I’m confused about the fact that the machines involved seem to change every few minutes.