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  1. bejhan

    S.M.A.R.T. - 78.4%

    After a bit of research, I've discovered that even though the maximum value of an attribute is 255, manufacturers choose a maximum value that suits them (usually a nice round number). In WD's case, they have chosen 200 (200 / 255 = 78.4%). I have an HGST drive that seems to be using 100 instead which results in 39.2%.
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  2. Not every Cloud Provider is going to be listed. And that's okay. For the public beta, we focused on the most prolific and popular cloud storage providers. If you don't see a specific provider in StableBit CloudDrive, let us know and we'll look into it. If you can provide a link to the SDK/API, it would be helpful, but it's not necessary. Just because you see it listed here does not me we will add the provider. Whether we add them or not depends on a number of factors, including time to develop them, stability, reliability, and functionality, among other factors. Pr
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  3. I've got a few different setups (NASes, Storage Pools, convential JBOD server and a couple DrivePools). My largest DrivePool is currently configured at 88.2TB usable and I've got a couple 6TB drives not in that figure used for parity (SnapRaid). This pool is strictly for media mostly used by Plex. I've got 4 Windows 2012 R2 servers and two are currently dedicated for multimedia. 2 are more generic servers and hold a lot of VHDX images using windows De-Duplication. Then I've got a few smaller NAS boxes used to hold typical family stuff. But getting back to DrivePool. I'll be incre
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  4. Alex

    My Rackmount Server

    @weezywee Very cool. That APC box looks familiar (I think). I have a APC UPS that I've hacked to use 4x deep cycle marine batteries to provide 3 to 4 hours backup for my entire office (instead of the built in Li-Ion which would only last 15 min.).
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