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  1. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    Hi, Have our logs been reviewed for this issue? Thanks!
  2. This is a never ending ride for you.
  3. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    I still have my zipped up drive tracing logs from before. I just submitted them to the dropbox again. For the Troubleshooter, which data should I be submitting? Edit: I see there was an "All" option. I went ahead and selected that. It stated that it finished uploading this information. It should be under my account's e-mail.
  4. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    Hi, Is there any update on this? I hope my drive trace was of use.
  5. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    I have uploaded my test of ~8 GB transferred over ~15 minutes.
  6. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    I'm in the process of making the log right now. For comparison sake, Stablebit Scanner shows the following activity during the test. also this
  7. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    Are there any files I should remove from the service folder before performing the drive tracing? I see that there's a lot of old logs and such in here and I wouldn't want something to conflict and show something else as a problem.
  8. I was originally wondering what happened to the fast responses I'm normally used to on the forums and noticed the whole cloud drive forum hadn't had any replies. Then I went up a level and saw little replies from anyone! Then, I found this lonesome thread with updates recently. Take your time and feel better man. We all appreciate your help on this forum. It's been lonely without you, so I'm glad to see that you're back .
  9. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    Is there any update on this? Or something I can try? Thanks!
  10. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    I do not have any space concerns on my drive (1 TB Free). It is contained in a fixed size vhdx. I'm currently on 1.0.0.854 of Stablebit CloudDrive. When I initiate a transfer from a source HDD to the HDD the VHDX resides on, it transfers at >100 MB/sec When I transfer from the same source HDD to the inside of the vhdx, it transfers at ~80 MB/sec. When I transfer from the same source HDD to the mounted Stablebit CloudDrive, it transfers at ~3-8 MB/sec. The speed bounces around and is not consistent. This did not use to happen and nothing has changed in my hardware. The only thing that has changed is my stablebit CloudDrive version, which I'm not sure which specific version introduced it. my cache size is set to minimal if that makes a difference as I prefer to not have anything locally saved. I used to have this option set to none or 0 when the interface looked a little different.
  11. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    Was your issue the same as mine Fishie? Very slow transfer to local cache? If so, what exactly did you do to fix it? I'm still transferring at sub 10 MB/sec between virtualized drives where I don't have any issues if I bypass cloud drive itself.
  12. Quiks

    File copy very slow

    I'm experiencing a similar issue, but I'm not sure which version it started on. When I copy a file to my cloud drive, it saves it locally, and then uploads it to the cloud. The problem is that it is transferring the file VERY slowly to the local drive area. I was transferring @ 10 MB/sec to an SSD. I decided to try another drive to see if something maybe was taxing the drive . I created a VHD on another HDD I have ,attached it to my host, and let it run the Cloud Drive on there. Now, I'm transferring @ 2 MB/sec, if I'm lucky, on this HDD. If I take Stablebit Cloud Drive out of the equation and try to copy from/to these drives manually, I get 100 MB/sec and upwards. Since this issue has nothing to do with the internet connection, what do you think may be causing this? Look at the below image. http://i.imgur.com/xeo3P1g.png These two transfers are from the same physical source HDD to the same physical destination HDD. The top one is being transferred via Stablebit CloudDrive's mounted drive. The bottom one is being transferred directly to the storage where the "CloudPart" files reside. http://i.imgur.com/j2NPdEY.png If I wasn't doing them both at the same time, I would be getting ~2.5 MB/sec on the Cloud Drive transfer and ~100 MB/sec on the direct transfer. To add, I was never able to fully use 100% of my HDD speed when transferring to the local area of Stablebit CloudDrive, but I was able to use much more than 10 MB/Sec. I think it used to transfer at 60-70 MB/sec or so.
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