I have a folder on Google Drive with some 70 GB of static data – it never changes. After upgrading to 220.127.116.11421, Insync started to re-upload the entire folder. WHY? Same files, same dates, same contents (and hashes, if Insync checks that).
Even worse is that Insync uploads straight to the existing file which causes Google to keep the prior contents (the same bits, remember?) as an old version. With 70 GB of data and a maximum of 100 GB storage on my plan, you can imagine the result: Out of space.
Since I cannot reasonably delete the old version (where it exists) for a few hundred files by hand – richt-click, old versions, open overflow menu, delete old version, click to confirm – I deleted everything in my Google Drive account.
And since there is no way to tell Insync to start from scratch with an empty sync DB, it then deleted the source files off my local disk.
So I just restored the whole mess locally from my backups, and Insync is uploading everything again.
I would go back to 1.5.7, but that will upload everything yet again!
I am very close to deciding that manual sync is much easier than using Insync. Was that your intention with Insync 3? To make it so painful that I go back to uploading in the browser?
Very, very disappointedly yours,