The files are *right there*
@tevruden Has it synced yet? I recall the first rsync took a long time. Checking just now, for the first time in a very long time, everything is synced.
@dvl It hadn't synced in several hours so i just removed the directory and went with rclone + cron
@tevruden no movement and it was connected?
You've given up on syncthing?
@dvl for syncing the thousands of files in my next cloud public directory I still use it for syncing simpler stuff like my photo frames
@tevruden This syncthings OK for me:
[dan@pro02:~] $ find ~/Documents/ | wc -l
[dan@pro02:~] $ du -ch -d 0 ~/Documents/
@tevruden syncthing wants to be gentle and that is especially so when it first syncs. When I make changes now, they turn up real fast.
@dvl So it sycned the first 29,000 files fine and then just wouldn't do the last 400 at all for some reason even after 10 or so hours.
[tevruden@dropbox ~]$ find Dropbox/Public/ -type f | wc -l
[tevruden@dropbox ~]$ du -ch -d 0 Dropbox/Public/
@dvl rclone is working great tbh
@tevruden Our use cases differ. I want my ~/Documents directory to be the same on three laptops, none of which are always connected. Thus, I have a fourth syncthing instance on a server, which is always connected.
@dvl definitely really I'm just trying to export my public folder so I drop a file in Dropbox/Public/ and then I can link something like
and get the appropriate file
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