Also, I just added 2 more cores to the Virtual Machine. What a piggy...for now, this seems to have REALLY done the most to help any time-outs I was having (above and beyond the LINEAR Upload process). I now rarely see the machine topped out at 100% CPU. When there were only 2 cores assigned to the Virtual Machine, I would see it pegged at 100% most of the time. Now, I get occasional spikes to 100%, but typically sits at 20-30% when uploading...which doesn't make a LOT of sense to me, as with 2 cores I would be pegged at 100%...i.e. 50% of the 4 cores? Maybe I math bad...
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Posted 30 August 2017 - 08:31 PM
Yeha, the "download quota" is a known issue, and one that we've worked around in the past. But the latest beta versions have some additional handling that should significantly improve things and help prevent this from occurring. And you can increase the "minimum download size" to help prevent this as well.
And as for the VMs, yeah, it's not linear.
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Posted 13 September 2017 - 02:58 PM
I'll try increasing the minimum Download Size after I resolve another issue (I'll post in a new thread).
I've also polished up my script. I'll try to remember to send that over when I get off work later today.
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