Syncovery Guardian Service for Linux, NAS, and FreeBSD/FreeNAS
The Syncovery Guardian Service for Linux monitors and restarts the main Syncovery Scheduler Servce if necessary. It can be configured using a minimal web GUI available on port 8900.
Note: version 1.30 fixes an issue where the Guardian repeatedly stopped and restarted Syncovery without need (on some systems).
(v1.30 for rare 32-bit Intel compatible processors) (v1.30 for ARM processors) (v1.30 for ARM processors) (v1.30 for PowerPC processors)
QNAP packages for installation with AppCenter:(v1.30 for all Intel, AMD and compatible processors up to firmware 4.2.x) (v1.30 for new 64-bit firmware 4.3.x)
For QNAPs with ARM processors, there are four different packages. The left-most one is for the newest CPUs. Which one you need is best determined thru trial and error. The App Center will tell you if it can install the package or not.
Download Syncovery Guardian Service for Linux v1.30 Debian and RPM Packages
The internal web server listens to port 8900. Do not use this on a server that is directly connected to the Internet. Use it only behind a router within your LAN.
After installation, open the Syncovery Guardian Service configuration page by visiting localhost:8900 in your web browser.
With the tar.gz distribution files, you need to manually make sure that SyncoveryGuardian is actually started. You can use a startup script or cron job to run SyncoveryGuardian. To launch the service as a daemon, call:
If you use the following command line, it is OK if the cron job executed regularly. Additional SyncoveryGuardian instances will terminate automatically and only one instance will keep running:
SyncoveryGuardian start /NODUPE
You actually need to include your path, for example:
/mnt/MainData/tobias/SyncoveryGuardian start /NODUPE
You can also download the main application, Syncovery for Linux.