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bitfidelity

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  1. Yes, I feel like an idiot for not seeing that button until the balancing was nearly finished. Once I upped the priority, the speed jumped to something ridiculous, like 320 MB/s (which isn't actually possible for disk drives, I think)... I will point out that there was absolutely no activity on the pool, however.
  2. I recently added a new 5400 RPM drive to my pool (all other drives are the same speed). It's been nearly a week and the balancing operation is still running (only 4.58 TB have been written so far). According to Task Manager, the disks aren't reading or writing any much higher than 20 MB/s. Is this normal?
  3. I'm considering swapping out my PC case for another one with more bays, and in doing so, there's a good chance that the drives will no longer be connected to their original SATA ports. Will this affect the pool in any way?
  4. I am experiencing skipping and stuttering during playback of large, high-resolution music files (e.g., 24-bit, 192 kHz) when StableBit Scanner is running on my system. I can confirm that the culprit is StableBit Scanner, as the problem goes away once I kill "ScannerService" in Task Manager. To be clear, this occurs even when StableBit Scanner is merely "monitoring" drives and not actively scanning them for errors. What is the solution here, aside from uninstalling the program? An option to completely suspend its processes is one option, but that seems like a strange thing to add for an application that should continuously run to mitigate disasters.
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