(Available starting from Resilio Connect version 2.9.1)
Resilio Connect Management Console shows information about Agent's files in a job run.
It can be seen in a (Job run) -> Agents -> (Agent name) on two tabs:
FILES, shows the files' state and history.
ACTIVE FILES, shows the current active upload and download queue of files.
Shows the history of files and their latest current state. The search bar in top-right corner can filter the list by file name and see which operations were performed with file in question.
Information is not updated automatically, click on Refresh to see the latest data.
Here's the complete list of statuses with their relevant meaning:
|Added||File was added locally. This status only appears when the file is detected for the first time. When file appears because it is received from another agent the status will be "Downloaded"|
|Downloaded||A new file or file update was delivered by this Agent from another remote Agent. If it appears or gets modified locally, the status would be "added" or "updated"|
|Updated||An existing file was changed locally. If updated file is delivered from another Agent, the status will be "downloaded" instead.|
|Deleted||File was deleted locally. The file will placed in Archive on remote agents in a synchronization job.
By default this event does not appear if the Agent receives file removal event from another agent. You need to enable it in event filter.
This status indicates that the file was changed locally and the Agent you look at is not allowed to either deliver the change or discard it. Therefore only appears:
- on a read-only agent;
Events logSome events and file statuses may be masked by Events log filter and won't appear in this tab. Change the filter to see all the events here.
Was introduced in v2.11. Agents show the active upload and download queue of files.
It's available from Job run details -> Agents -> Agent name -> tab Active files.
It shows the three states of files: upload, download and pending.
Pending status means that the file awaits for for being uploaded or downloaded. It may also signal about some syncing problems, if a file is in Pending state though no apparent syncing activity is going on.
The queue shows the files that are being transferred over the network. Files which are copied locally in full appear only for the Agent that performs the copying.