- Windows 10
- Server 7.1 CE & Pro latest
- Syncing Client 7.0.10
- Syncing Client is on autostart
- Both “Do not automatically unsync” in the Syncing Client settings are enabled
I have two types of resources which won’t be synced directly after a system (re-)start. At the time the OS starts the Syncing Client, the resources are not yet accessible and the client sets them automatically on hold/pause. After they come available, they won’t automatically unpause. I can unpause every single library manually or restart the Syncing Client to force a (re-)check on the resources - and hence a succesful sync -, but this is not very convenient for an average user.
The resource types are
- A local Veracrypt container. Veracrypt is also on autostart, but the container typically opened after the Syncing Client starts.
- A windows network share which needs some time after the system start to become available.
The Syncing Client log at system start:
[11/09/20 17:44:54] seaf-daemon.c(504): starting seafile client 7.0.10 [11/09/20 17:44:54] seaf-daemon.c(506): seafile source code version 626f561b52a21dea80f02e7b061fe848e1596c81 [11/09/20 17:44:54] seafile-session.c(382): client id = XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX, client_name = SYSTEM-153 [11/09/20 17:44:54] repo-mgr.c(861): Failed to access worktree T:\Test for repo 'Test'(e52ba6a9) [11/09/20 17:44:54] repo-mgr.c(6533): Worktree for repo "Test" is invalid, but still keep it. [11/09/20 17:44:54] repo-mgr.c(861): Failed to access worktree //SYSTEM-100/sharetest for repo 'sharetest'(14e72564) [11/09/20 17:44:54] repo-mgr.c(6533): Worktree for repo "sharetest" is invalid, but still keep it. [11/09/20 17:44:54] seaf-daemon.c(531): rpc server started. [11/09/20 17:44:55] start to serve on pipe client [11/09/20 17:44:55] start to serve on pipe client
Is there a way that the Syncing Client rechecks the availability of the resources from time to time and automatically unpause the syncing process again?
Is this a bug or a feature request?
At the moment we just start the client manually to ensure the availability of the resources. But as you can guess, users just forget about that and then call for support when then sync magic doesn’t happen.