as I told, I’m syncing my mp3 files with two devices.
The first "main-"device is where I got the most and up-to-date files.
The second is my Laptop and the third is my cloud vserver (as fallback if I’m en route with my laptop)
for the first run I added on my first device the folder as a master folder to sync to the cloud.
all files from the main device were copied to the laptop manually.
Running only the main and the laptop device to sync they are producing lots of sync-conflicts and I don’t know why.
In my case: How are these conflicts are produced? (Were the files on the laptop newer than the ones on my main device?)
As I understand the “override option” right, the main master folder pushes all changes to the others right?
When I’m watching the files to “override”, the arrows pointing down as if the files of my laptop will be downloaded on the main device - hopefully I am wrong
what happens if I’ll deactivate master folder on the main device?
I noticed the same problem: sync conflicts with folder master but the destination files are never changed so there should not be any conflict. My guess is some sort of race condition on slow connections?
Also not good on slow connections is that the pieces of the conflict files are not used for other transfers - would this be possible? Right now a 2GB outlook pst file “original.pst” is renamed to “conflict.pst” on the destination. Then on next scan (or manual override) the whole 2GB “original.pst” has to be transferred even if only 1 byte has changed in “conflict.pst”