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KingMotley

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  1. My Server: Case: Chenbro 48 bay NR-40700 OS: Windows 10 Professional CPU: Intel Xeon X5675 x2 MoBo: Intel S5520HC Fans: 6x Noctua NF-A12x25 RAM: 3 Micron 2GB PC3-10700, 3 Micron 8GB PC3-12800 (36GB total) GFX: NVidia 1050 PSU: 3x redundant power supplies OS Drive: 2x Samsung 830 128GB in RAID-1 Storage Pool: 270TB: 11x Seagate NAS 3TB (ST3000VN), 1x Seagate Barracuda 3TB (ST3000DM)*, 20x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB (ST10000VN), 2 Seagate Exos x16 14TB (ST14000NM), 1 WD 6TB Red (WDCWD60EFR) HDD Controller card: LSI MegaRAID SAS 9280-16i4e
  2. Yeah, torrents is about the worst case scenario for CloudDrive. I wouldn't torrent directly to/from it if at all possible. You COULD try upping the readahead to something larger like 40MB read ahead, and a much larger cache (100GB+) that might help.
  3. KingMotley

    Typo

    The following error should probably not have "hs" in it:
  4. Ah well yeah, if you are using a VPN for everything then yeah, your router will see everything as just being VPN traffic. In that case you might want to look for a client-side software solution like netlimiter. I'd probably prefer this to using whatever stablebit comes up with because then it works with all my applications, not just stablebit's.
  5. Doesn't your router have the option to handle that? Most call this QoS or Quality of Service, or something similar. You can usually define either hard limits per (port/destination), or let it only consume a percentage or just lower the priority. Seems this is more what you are after really.
  6. KingMotley

    I give up

    Well as a side note, as I'm evacuating my CloudDrive from my DrivePool, I cranked everything up as follows: and I got some decent speeds from Google Drive (but with ~1 second response times):
  7. KingMotley

    I give up

    Ok, I really wanted to like CloudDrive. The concept is pretty awesome, but unfortunately, it's just too unstable for my liking to consider using it any longer. In the two months I've been using it, I've had numerous "failures": I've had my drive (Using Google Drive) require a complete check and reupload of all the cached data (Which took the drive offline for ~17 hours), and since that is part of my DrivePool, it then made the entire DrivePool read-only. It has also disconnected from Google Drive three times, and it doesn't/didn't auto reconnect, so my server was offline until I could ge
  8. I don't shut down the machine that is running CloudDrive often, but I had to last night when I upgraded DrivePool from 2.1 to 2.2. It didn't cleanly shutdown, and event logs say that CloudDrive didn't respond to the shutdown attempt. I guess windows shutdown anyway (after 20 minutes?). Now I'm sitting here going on ~15 hours of "Recovery". The drive in inaccessible, and I've got a bunch of failing processes because it wants to copy stuff to that drive and they are failing (obviously). Hopefully the recovery won't take that much longer, but 15 hours seems a bit excessive.
  9. Any ideas on an ETA yet? It's been over 10 months...
  10. KingMotley

    unusual activity

    Do you have indexing turned off on the CloudDrive?
  11. Any way of doing it while the CloudDrive has a month's worth of write cache data in it?
  12. Set drives in the DrivePool as being already duplicated. Part of my DrivePool is a Raid-6 array (another part is RAID-1), so anything that gets put there wouldn't need to be duplicated to another disk. -- Possibly fixed if you could create Pool-in-Pool. I'd like to be able to set individual max fill settings per drive. Some drives I don't want completely filled, but others I do. I'd like DrivePool to understand that one of my disks is actually a cache for a CloudDrive, and not attempt to move files off of it to the CloudDrive to make space (because it won't... The files will just sit in th
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