I am trying the following setup:
Run insync on linux
Run google drive client on windows
Use exact same folder on harddrive for both
It seems to me that insync takes way to long to scan for changes when I run it in linux. Data on our Google Drive Account is ~60GB.
Might this issue be resolved by using 2 different folders/drives for win and linux, or is it just the amount of data which takes insync to scan for ~1hour and then show syncing when the folder is actually up-to-date (according to the win google drive client)?
…or could it be an idea to use insync for win as well instead of the google drive client?
Thanks for any clues to solve this issue,