Syncthing dies on debian after a few minutes

Dear helpers,

I installed the latest debian64 release of syncthing, but it dies after a few minutes. The following logfiles I got while starting syncthing every minute with cron, if it does not run:

 -rw------- 1 whoever whoever    7347 Jun 27 **19:43** audit-20200627-194007.log
 -rw------- 1 whoever whoever    7391 Jun 27 **20:03** audit-20200627-200006.log
 -rw------- 1 whoever whoever    7415 Jun 27 **20:14** audit-20200627-201406.log
 -rw------- 1 whoever whoever    7398 Jun 27 **20:33** audit-20200627-202606.log
 -rw------- 1 whoever whoever    7392 Jun 27 **20:38** audit-20200627-203806.log

uname -a
Linux www2380 4.19.67-xen-64bit #1 SMP Thu Aug 22 11:33:02 CEST 2019 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Recently I changed the server, but the same error occured under debian32 with the 32 bit release of syncthing, but not as often.

I remember years ago I asked a similar question, and the answer was “xen”, I think. But perhaps this is an other (solvable?) problem meanwhile.

A good workaround is also welcome.



Is this like some five year old version of Syncthing that Debian happened to get around to packaging and releasing? Or what version are we talking about? And what’s the crash output or similar? I.e., the console / systemd journald / etc.

It’s been dealt with. The command to call syncthing was from an older release. You can delete this topic.

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