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  1. This might have been a better question for the general section, sorry. But I think I can accomplish what I want with the following settings 512GB nvme m.2 split into two partions, ~68gb OS and ~400GB cache. Real time duplication turned off Balance immediately turned on (with sub setting of "not more than" disabled) ssd optimizer installed 400 gb cache partion be the only flagged ssd fill ssd drives up to 0% With these setting every time a file is copied to the pool it lands on the nvme first then is migrated completely off the nvme duplicated i
  2. Thanks for the response Umfriend! Honestly, I'd never even considered their could be issues or specific settings needed to make plex work with DP. I'll definitely look into this to understand if I need to expect to do anything special. As for the immediate/delayed backup, there is a DP flag somewhere to disable the immediate duplication requirement that is turned on by default. I looked into this before I realized how old/slow the ssd in my server was for write speeds (130MB/s). Ok I just found one reference to disabling real time duplication here: I did not remember the
  3. Hey guys, I'll preface by saying thanks for any responses. I'm in the process of basically overhauling my entire home network (cat6A wiring & ubiquity ecosystem immediately - 10G switch later this year), main workstation, and server (due to trickle down economics of workstation upgrade). My current server has met my needs for the past 5 years or so, but is a very basic (aging) win10 box with only spinners for mass storarge (30TB currently) and an old SSD OS drive that doesn't write any faster than the spinners, so I've not implimented ssd write caching (and am maxed out on SATA por
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