Hi, I have several folders shared between an ARM server and my 2 PCs.
All folders show “up to date” and each of my PCs says it’s in sync with the ARM server.
Only the 2 PCs amongst each other stop at 89%. They seem to be in sync. I deleted an re-added the PCs on the other server: no effect.
Any idea where I can have a look?
What do the file counts look like on both devices?
Are there any files in the list of needed files?
I checked all directories. On directory looked weired on one PC. I deleted and readded this directory. Then I deleted (moved to elsewhere) all of the content of this synced directory so it now just contains the 0byte .stfolder file.
On PC1 and Server Global/Local State are both the same (1 file, 134kB) on PC2 I got Global (1 file, 134kB) Local (1 file 89kB).
No matter how ofter I resync this folder or restart the daemon. PC2 has this difference between local and global state. And I don’t know why the only file .stfolder with 0byte in filesystem results in a state with 134kB.
Anywhere I can have a look at?
Can you provide screenshots of both GUIs?
Yes I’m gonna do this when I’m back home. If you need sth else let me know.
I removed my music and picture folders from sync as they were about 100G and too much for the little ARM server. After that I stopped syncthing and removed the index folder - there were 600 MB of ldb files…
After a clean start with reindexing on all machines everything is OK now. I guess one of the local index files was corrupt.
Thanks for your help anyway.