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I am new to acrosync - I just tried PhotoBackup for iphone. It is great and easy to use, thanks for the good work!
A little bit of backgroup info - I have iPhone 6 64GB with IOS 9. It is almost full with pictures and long videos. There are about 1000 pciture files, and a few hundred video files. The biggest video file is about 3GB each.
I have Rsync server setup on the NAS in the deamon mode. Version 3.0.9.
After running PhotoBackup, it created three folders:
The sync took about 2 hours, with no errors on the client side or in the rsync deamon server log.
However, I found out that only ~600 files were synced, so a good chunk of files were missing. Repeated sync attempts didn't find or upload any new files.
What's strange is that if I try manual selection of files to sync, I can see the missing pictures/videos in the PhotoBackup app. If I select a few to sync manully, it worked fine, with the files uploaded directly under the [base] directory on the NAS. So it feels that the app can actually find all photos, but the auto sync all somehow skipped a batch of those.
I think a rsync client is really useful for iphone. I'm happy to help iron out the issues if I can.