Bump. Initial sync is only uploading (after scanning completed) about 1 file every second. Most files are PDF under 300KB. Currently have about 78,800 files left to sync (under 200 gig). I’m on a 50mb/s upload connection, I really would like to see Insync utilize this upload bandwidth.
I’m in Florida and trying to upload a full backup of our files before Hurricane Irma gets here.
Why isn’t the number of upload threads user configurable? Limiting to 2 concurrent uploads doesn’t do anything to conserve bandwidth because when it does upload larger files it does seem to utilize the available bandwidth, so much so that i can not run Insync at my office as it tends to hog bandwidth when uploading large file and affects our VoIP quality, so I bring the backup home and upload from there.
Having the option to increase the upload connections would be amazing (don’t care if I max out my home upload connection), but it would be even better to allow us to set the number of transfers at once as well as specify a max upload and max download speed.
My current sync is primarily small pdf files, only uploading 2 at a time at 1 per second is going to take 21 days to finish syncing… I dont have 21 days. I hardly have 21 hours at this point. (have been processing this sync for about 5 days already)
Do you have a beta or a dev version of the Insync software that we could try?
This issue has been on the boards for years!