I have two Nextcloud accounts connected in Windows 11 client, one server is self-hosted on local LAN and the other instance is on the net, I just created one with Librecloud. There is plenty of network and disk bandwidth to handle two servers. Librecloud is actually quite slow. I have 300Mbps upload and Librecloud does measly ~10-20Mbps. I sync two different windows source folders, of course. Both folders are on PCI SSD. Upload and Download Limits are set to “No Limit” for both servers. There are no proxies.
The client only syncs with one account at a time! When it started synchronizing with Librecloud, the other account now says “Waiting for another 1 folder” and no changes are being synced. When I click “Force sync now” for my local server, it pauses the Librecloud server sync.
I can’t believe such a serious limitation exists in modern software. There is no technical reason for something like this as plenty of bandwidth and resources exist. The client should be able to simultaneously sync both accounts.
As it is, Librecloud will take 10+ days to sync and I need my local server to sync continuously during this time. This basically makes it pointless to add another server connection. This feature is useless with this limitation. Is there a hidden setting or something else that I’m missing?