I see something which I guess it’s a bit suspicious, but let me describe my setup first. there are 3 machines: call them A, B, C. A is a linux server; B and C are windows machines. A and B are in the same room. All these machines share a big folder (~1TB): A send-only, B and C receive-only. The files are roughly identical (for A and B, I can verify directly, same files, same dates. C got a copy of the folder with an USB drive, so it’s roughly in sync).
The problem is: if I open the web interface on both B and C, they thing they are in sync and THE NUMBER OF LOCALLY CHANGED FILES IS LOW (it’s 0 on B and 10 on C). This is in agreement with the filesystem check (e.g. if I compare A and B via samba)
However, if I open the web interface on A, I see a very different situation: A thinks that C has 1200 out of sync items, and B has 80000. There’s no activity at the moment, so they are not syncing anything.
This seems odd… Can anybody suggest how to debug/fix?