Hi! I’m running Syncthing on my UnRAID NAS. For some reason, when I change a file on a different device that is then synced over to the NAS, Syncthing will not apply the correct permissions.
For example, this is a file with the correct permissions applied on the NAS:
-rw-rw-rw- 1 nobody users 988070 Jul 20 07:00 demoA.txt
In comparison, when I sync over another file with Syncthing, this is the result:
-rw-r--r-- 1 nobody users 988070 Jul 20 07:00 demoB.txt
The ownership information is correct (
nobody:users), but the permission is wrong. It should be 666 for files and 777 for directories. If Syncthing sets 644, then users of the NAS will not be able to edit the file, as it belongs to nobody. Is there a way to tell Syncthing to use 666 for incoming files?
“Ignore permissions” is checked for the shared folder.