How to organize file sharing to 200+ computers?

Actually a subject.
Need two-way file sharing. The server 200 directories with a couple of small files in each. Each directory should be synchronized with the external directory: 001<->001, 002<->002, etc. Now use syncthing, but to sync only 10 directories. How will it behave on a 200+ naguglit failed.
What other options are there for windows? I thought about FTP, but I will not die an ordinary computer and the Internet from this number constantly (every 5 min) bursting with customers and requires a separate server and channel?
June 14th 19 at 21:00
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June 14th 19 at 21:02
BTtorrent Sync Syncthing and own two of the most suitable solutions.
And Syncthing is largely considered to be better, so just adjust your 200 directory should work just fine.
I have 3 computers synced a tree from over 100 thousand files and directories with total size more than 60 gigabytes. Syncs between Windows, Mac and Linux. My updates are not very frequent, so the syncing once per hour. But 200 directories is nothing.
Today's modern filesystems are able to monitor change events for files and directories, so will work on hurrah. - raou commented on June 14th 19 at 21:05
the question is not about directories and files, and the synchronization point. You have three of them, and I have more than 200. - Andres_Crooks commented on June 14th 19 at 21:08
sorry, 200 directories in the description threw me off.
I think that the load will be significant, but not crazy. At least, it will be 200+ connections on the machines to hang.
Or you need 1 server and on each machine, with one directory that is synchronized with the server? If so, it will not be any problems. - raou commented on June 14th 19 at 21:11
Yes , one server and 200 individual computers. Synchronization between the points is not needed. - Andres_Crooks commented on June 14th 19 at 21:14
well , in this configuration, he and 1,000 customers will survive, as long as the mesh and iops enough. On the server I would recommend Linux, if possible. - raou commented on June 14th 19 at 21:17
June 14th 19 at 21:04
Syncthing pretty well holds the load. But you have to understand that it periodically hashes the data on a slower system it might salahat.
June 14th 19 at 21:06
called sinkala 10+ clients on a server - all OK

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