I have been using CloudDrive for two weeks as a trial and I am actually very happy with the solution. I have set up two Google accounts and have made a DrivePool between the two that mirrors everything.
So setup is:
C: SSD 500GB - Main drive - not used with CloudDrive or DrivePool
X: HDD 3TB - Secondary drive - used for data before moved to DrivePool
E: Google Drive 1 - 100TB (not used directly - located on normal HDD X:)
F: Google Drive 2 - 100TB (not used directly - located on normal HDD X:)
G: DrivePool (mirrors everything to E: and F:)
Now I have learned that I should probably have placed E and F on seperate drives. X is already holding data so when I move from X to G I am actually reading from X and writing back to X twice which is pretty slow. It is sometimes faster to copy to C first and then from C to G. If I find a solution to my problems I am going to buy another drive (maybe two) and place CloudDrives on seperate drives.
BUT my question is: Every time I start my computer CloudDrive starts performing recovery. It claims that the previous shut down was not completed safely or that it has detected consistency issues with the drive.
Am I doing something wrong? It takes SOOO long (I have a 50/10mbps connection). I really want to purchase your product but not if this is going to happen every time I start up.