So I’ve got a Synology Diskstation NAS at home with shares.
I’ve got a PC at work trying to synchronise the same shares.
The NAS shows “Syncing, 95%, OB” and for the folder, shows “117790 items, ~ 43.0 GiB” out of sync items.
I look on the PC at work, and it shows “global state 489420, ~445 GiB” on global state, and the exact same numbers on local state. And the same “Syncing, 90%, 43.0 GiB”
It’s been like this for about 3 weeks now. Same percentage, same GiB numbers. What is going on?!?! When this app works, I love it. When it goes rogue like this, I want to just pick up the NAS, drag it to work, and run an rsync/copy files between the two!!! Grrrr!!!
PC in office is running 0.14.41, and NAS is running the same build.
So I don’t see anything abnormal here. It seems 43GB is out of sync, which will replace existing files, so total size will end up being the same. The download rate is 0, but that could mean that the disk station is simply struggling to download, so I’d check the logs, cpu, memory and disk usage on the receiving end.
Thank you re nothing abnormal. I’m wondering if the two are communicating correctly with each other - that volume of out of sync has been the same for many many weeks. I don’t really know how to debug that, beyond the console shown on the SyncTrayzor I’ve got on the office PC Sorry to ask such simple things
Well, I’m not sure why I’ve not seen the failed items notification for a long time - maybe it knows you’re asking! I’ve just seen this https://i.imgur.com/E5LpOR9.png so I’ll try to work that one out now. Assuming it’s something to do with permissions and the Syncthing service installed on the NAS and folder permissions