I’ve search the command line help (https://docs.syncthing.net/users/syncthing.html) and google isn’t my friend on this one, I’m looking to make sure that Syncthing can be started up and closed down from the task scheduler on windows, while I know I can taskkill /f /im, etc, I would like to make sure it’s closed down gracefully, so any files being written or read, etc, are not corrupted. (I know start up is possible, but I’m worried a startup fail will happen if the shutdown wasn’t proper)
Is is possible from command-line, i.e. syncthing.exe -shutdown and then it will wait until an operation is complete and the close itself?
Thanks for your time in this.