I’d need some advice from the community that will probably already have experienced my scenario.
Up till now, I have setup some of my my syncthing instances in a one-to-one scenario. That’s the easy setup.
Furthermore, I’ve setup some data synchronization in a ‘star pattern’, with one central device which all other devices sync with. This has so far reflected the logical use case, linked to the nature of the data synchronized. It does provide a single point of failure. (In this particular case, the single point ‘should never’ fail, by it’s nature. At least in theory. )
Now I have a completely different use case, where it would make sense to have a ‘full peer-to-peer’ setup, where 7 devices would sync a directory with all other 6 devices. All to all.
In your experience, is this to be recommended or would I run into frequent synchronization conflicts? What kind of problems have you encountered in such cases, and most importantly, how do (did) you solve those problems?