Hi all, I’m not yet a Syncthing user, but wanted to ask, if it’s worth trying for my usecase. I need to sync about 2 million small files, organized in various directory levels, between a Mac and the microSD card in an Android smartphone. They sum up to about 70GB for now, it will become more with time. Usually I did so using USB mass storage access to the phone, using a normal local sync utility on the Mac (Chronosync). Mass storage mode isn’t available anymore on Android since I updated the phone, so I need an alternative. Syncing that stuff via MTP takes ages and is very unreliable. All sync solutions that support MTP on the Mac that I tried gave me bad errors or crashed. And I really don’t want to sync that stuff over a cloud. So Syncthing seems to be a good solution, as it is independent on MTP and on clouds. However, will it be able to manage that large amount of files, especially on Android? If it works with a database for keeping track of file statuses, that database may become quite large. Even the Nextcloud client on the Mac has some issues with that. I didn’t try Nextcloud on Android for that yet.
So, please let me know, if it’s worth trying SSyncthing for that use case. Thank you!