I get messages in the GUI (and logs) stating that a peer who is member of the shared folder requests some files in this ~unshared~ folder. This happens in the first minute I release the folder. After that sync goes its walk as usual.
What do you mean release?
And what do you mean by unshared folder, in the context of the “peer who is member of the shared folder”? Either the folder is shared with a given device (peer) or it isn’t.
This is the text in the notice
2018-04-03 19:02:20: Request from SomePeer for file 2011/201108 Coups de pagaies sur Dordogne/20110804_134450-FV-p8040297.jpg in unshared folder “xxx5x-xxx2x”.
The peer is member in the folder share settings
Odd. Screenshots? Is it paused, maybe?
I think this is a race, essentially a folder gets paused as a request from a remote peer comes in. Paused folders are not shared with anyone.
This shouldn’t happen as the connection gets broken, but I suspect there is a window between folder tear down and actual disconnection where this can happen.
Probably worth a bug report on github, can be easily fixed by checking if the folder is paused.
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