I am trying to sync files on a Ubuntu server (it’s the same server that hosts Seafile server). I followed the instructions for “Seattle Client for a Cli Server” and am able to initialize and start the client daemon, and synchronize to an existing directory. So far, so good.
I have the
seaf-daemon auto-starting through a
@reboot entry in my user crontab.
When I reboot, however, the list of synchronized directories is empty, and I need to re-issue the
seaf-cli sync commands for each of the libraries I want to synchronize.
Is this expected? Do I need to run the
seaf-cli sync command after reboot? Or am I missing some configuration settings?