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JazzJackRabbit

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  1. No, I did not see it, thanks for pointing it out. I just read through the thread and I'm a little skeptical. So mvd mounted each individual hard drive into its own empty folder on C drive. From my understanding that should have zero effect on SnapRAID because the PoolPart.guid folder is still hidden/system so SnapRAID would still ignore it. The only thing that mvd did differently is he explicitly pointed SnapRAID to read data INSIDE the hidden/system PoolPart.guid folder. Interesting idea, but I need to test to see if it actually works. In the meantime I would still appreciate if anybody c
  2. I'll try to keep it short. I'm in the process of upgrading my fileservers in order to consolidate all of my media on a single redundant box acecssible to anyone in the house. I've already got the hardware and copied all of my files over, I set up SnapRAID to calculate parity on my data to protect me against hard drive failure. The only thing left to do is to find a "pooling" software that would allow me to accees all of my data from a single share instead of multiple drives/shares. I installed DrivePool trial to evaluate it and this is where I got stuck. Apparently by default SnapRAID cannot
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