Is the May release that release?
@marte can I already change the environment variable to enable multi-threaded upload?
I’m on linux on version 1.3.10
Not yet available for 1.3, it’s coming out for 2.0
Whenabouts can we expect 2.0? My trial version is about to expire and despite my gigabit connection I’ve yet to complete a full sync within the trial period. (I have fair amount of data.) I’m happy to buy a license once InSync supports more threads, but apparently that license won’t cover 2.0 versions.
This is really getting kind of sad for a piece of commercial software. We live in the days of hundreds of thousands of files and muli-hundred Mb/sec internet connections - and your software is seemingly optimized for transmitting a few hundred punch cards at a time. This is clearly not a major issue - someone has hacked a fix themselves for Windows. It’s present in just about (if not every) other synchronization / backup product I know of: Backblaze, Crashplan, Transmit and others. Your value proposition is that you can talk to multiple Google accounts - which is why I bought it. But that’s pretty much neutralized by the fact that you can’t talk well to even one account.
Decide if this is a hobby or a business and listen to your customers. What they say is important is what’s important - not what you think is cool.
I certainly can’t recommend this to anyone until this simple problem is fixed - almost two years after just this thread started.
@fnkr Many thanks, I made the change you suggested and it seems faster now. Still not as fast as I would like… and I have a Gigabit Internet connection
How is the “multi threads” going? It’s extreme slow when uploading lots of small files.
Soooo… any word on this? I have just left my laptop on for 5 days straight to do the initial sync. Any support would be hugely appreciated. Anything we can do to speed this development up?
Any news on this front? I’m currently downloading a project folder with more than 20,000 small files, and it’s barely doing 1-2 files per second…
Would love this feature as well, I have a huge project also containing ~35k files, combined total under 500mb and its taken two days now just to half that number doing just two files at a time. I’m running on Windows and don’t have the compiling knowledge to change anything myself . The lack of this feature is having me question continuing beyond my trial.
+1 for this feature!
+1 for this feature. This is needed badly!!
Given that Insync still sometimes encounters rate limit issues, I don’t think they’ll really consider giving users the freedom to set multi-threaded upload / download any time soon.
See the linked posts below.
+1 really want this feature.
How about at least spawning a separate thread for Team Drives, so that I can dedicate a CPU to this process? Right now, several of my clients most of the time just see “Scanning for changes…” under Progress.