Version 1.8.0 of Syncthing has been released. Syncthing is an open source program that allows files to be synchronized between two computers. This happens just like with BitTorrent Sync without a central server in between, as is the case with storage services such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and iCloud. The software is available for Windows, Linux, macOS and Android, among others. There are also packages for Synology and Qnap. The following changes and improvements have been made in this release:
- Adds the experimental copyRangeMethod config on folders, for use on filesystems with copy-on-write support. please see https://docs.syncthing.net/advanced/folder-copyrangemethod.html for details.
- Adds TCP hole punching, used to establish high performance TCP connections in certain NAT scenarios where only relay or QUIC connections could be used previously.
- Adds a configuration to file versioning for how often to run cleanup. This defaults to once an hour, but is configurable from very frequently to never.
- #5425: Allow editing ignore patterns texterea in GUI’s folder dialog even when #include fails
- #6733: strelaysrv can’t propely unmarshall a response when joining a pool
- #6784: Remote device completion 100% while it is actually syncing
- #6816: fatal error: concurrent map read and map write
- #6823: Syncthing 1.7.0 performs UPnP with NAT traversal disabled
- #6825: “pull: no such file” for existing untouched files
- #4259: Attempt TCP hole punching
- #4271: Make use of filesystems that can handle copies efficiently.
- #6075: Feature: API check sync status of folder[s]
- #6313: Improving disk access control in folders with file versioning
- #6565: Create versioning directory recursively (creating parents as necessary)
- #6795: Don’t warn encountering an invalid path separator for deleted items
- #6807: “File Pull Order” should be disabled (greyed out) for “Send Only” folders in the GUI
- #6832: Support running syncthing Docker image as non-root user
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Android, Linux, BSD, macOS, Windows Server 2008, iOS, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019|