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gamechld

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  1. Issue resolved by updating DrivePool. My version was fairly out of date, and using the latest public stable build fixed everything.
  2. Done! Thanks for looking into it! I'll do some hardware testing this weekend and try and rule out some things.
  3. I have actually been having this issue for quite some time (months), but instead of investigating a solution I stopped doing edits over SMB and instead remote connected to the server and did my file changes directly from the server. I wasn't sure if the problem was with Drivepool or my hardware. I just ran the StabeBit Troubleshooter, so you should be receiving some info from me with the dumps and whatnot. Some of the BSOD's referenced bad pool headers, but some did reference cove.fs. I'll try and run some memory tests as well to see if my memory is in good order. But y
  4. Confirmed it. Last night I replaced my library paths from mapped drive letter to UNC paths. Plex's partial scanning capability is functioning properly. Much thanks. This is much better. With the mapped drive letter, Plex doesn't receive a flag that the contents of a folder changed, so no partial scans, which means I had to run frequent WHOLE LIBRARY scans to ensure content was added to Plex in a timely manner, which is just not a good method. So cheers! Thanks for saving me days of copy time, as well as an OS format and other such nonsense!
  5. Oh I hadn't realized that mapped drives would function differently than network shares. Just to be clear, you mean sharing the folder then telling Plex the UNC path instead of the mapped drive letter? [e.g. \\Server\Movies] Thanks a bunch for your help. If this allows fast scan to work again, you've saved me many hours of copying!
  6. I am currently in the process of moving my storage drives to a new separate 24-bay enclosure. My original plan was to have Drivepool running in that storage box, and map the pool as a network drive to my new machine that I am building. However, I've realized that mapped drives have some limitations for my particular scenario. It would work, but it would be BETTER if the drives appeared as physical drives to the new machine instead of mapped. (Plex Media Server has a partial scan feature that can run a mini scan based on seeing if the contents of a folder changed. Works on normal drives, but no
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