I’ve been watching the @LTS videos for a while, and either I was familiar with the subject and learned more through watching the videos, or I was not aware of a solution, and got a good introduction by watching the video.
With my new NAS/HomeServer (Yes, it’s going to be both. I have a small home and a small budget) I was persuaded to use ZFS for the storage part of things.
I think I will use ZFS-Send/Receive (if I am correct) to try and sync some stuff to a hp-microserver that will be running free/trunas.
Now I think Syncthing might be nice for syncing photos from my phone and data between desktop/laptops etc. but I read something, and would like to know how big of a problem this will be.
I read online that Syncthing doesn’t change the file on the remote location, but replaces it with every change, which makes for a big change from a ZFS-view which will result in bigger Snapshots.
Am I seeing problems where there are none?
Has anyone used this setup before? (Syncing stuff from a ZFS-drive to desktop/phone/laptop with Syncthing and zfs-replicating the fs to a remote free/truenas)
I look forward to your experience.