Back again with another interesting predicament. Long story short, ever since installing and getting Cells Sync working with my remote system, I have had little issue… until I receive an email from my ISP that I had exceeded my monthly data limit. Sure enough, I looked at my network usage, and Cells Sync had been responsible for a total of 268.83GB of data, which struck me as odd seeing as the current size of my synchronized files amounts to roughly 20GB…
I have also observed Cells Sync appears to restart itself quite often, judging by the number of times I have found my “Hidden Icons” tray overflowing with dead instances of Cells Sync (that promptly vanish when hovered over.) Could there maybe be some sort of re-sync being constantly performed that would cause Cells Sync to amass so much data usage? I know I have observed Cells Sync often “analyzing” nodes, but no indication of it actually updating or redownloading/uploading data…
I’m running Windows 10 Enterprise with the latest version of Cells Sync
0.9.2. My server is running on Ubuntu 20.04 with
Anyone have any advice or ideas as to what may be going on here?