Stuck at 99% - Some very small files do not sync

Hi there,

It seems some small files not syncing from my Linux laptop to my Android. Both are send/receive and it is not related to ignore patterns (there are none in either device).

Updated the laptop to the latest stable from ST repo. Tried moving around the files to another folder, to no avail.

Feel tempted to reset something. Help! :wink:

Here are some logs.

Thanks!

Versions

Linux v1.21.0, Linux (64 bit) (was using v 1.12.1 from Debian repo previously)

Android v1.20.4 (latest F-Droid)

Logs (from the Android)

09-12 10:59:04.868 I/SyncthingNativeCode( 5199): [FAYE3] INFO: Puller (folder “Mobility” (XXXXXXXXX), item “IT HELP/untitled/log messages 16 abr 9:36”): syncing: no connected device has the required version of this file

09-12 10:59:04.868 I/SyncthingNativeCode( 5199): [FAYE3] INFO: Puller (folder “Mobility” (XXXXXXXXX), item “IT HELP/untitled/log messages 16 abr 9:36 all”): syncing: no connected device has the required version of this file

09-12 10:59:04.869 I/SyncthingNativeCode( 5199): [FAYE3] INFO: Puller (folder “Mobility” (XXXXXXXXX), item “IT HELP/untitled/Basic Linux Commands | A Beginner’s Guide.odt”): syncing: no connected device has the required version of this file

09-12 10:59:04.869 I/SyncthingNativeCode( 5199): [FAYE3] INFO: “Mobility” (XXXXXXXXX): Failed to sync 3 items

09-12 10:59:04.869 I/SyncthingNativeCode( 5199): [FAYE3] INFO: Folder “Mobility” (XXXXXXXXX) isn’t making sync progress - retrying in 1m0s.

09-12 10:59:04.869 I/SyncthingNativeCode( 5199): [FAYE3] DEBUG: log 69 FolderErrors map[errors:[{IT HELP/untitled/Basic Linux Commands | A Beginner’s Guide.odt syncing: no connected device has the required version of this file

09-12 10:59:04.869 I/SyncthingNativeCode( 5199): } {IT HELP/untitled/log messages 16 abr 9:36 syncing: no connected device has the required version of this file

09-12 10:59:04.869 I/SyncthingNativeCode( 5199): } {IT HELP/untitled/log messages 16 abr 9:36 all syncing: no connected device has the required version of this file

Your files have : and | in their names while Android uses FAT filesystem, which doesn’t support those.

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Thanks, that was any easy fix! :sweat_smile:

No problem :slightly_smiling_face:. It’s actually a very common issue that seems to come up on the forum at least once per week or so :wink:.

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