I am looking for some advice on the best setup.
My system looks like this:
Physical Machine running in Hetzner
Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition
2x 1.5TB HDD1x HDD - (C:) OS Stuff, and CloudDrive
1x HDD - (D:) SAB, Sick, Couch etc....
4x Google Drives mounted4x 60GB cache located in the C: drive
1x CloudPoolTurns all 4 of the Google Drives into a single mount point
Replication factor of 2
Does this sound like a sensible setup or is there something I am missing?
I have followed the following Reddit thread for setup -- https://www.reddit.com/r/PleX/comments/61ppfi/stablebit_clouddrive_plex_and_you_a_guide/
My C: drive has 1TB+ of free space. Would it make sense to increase the size of each CloudDrive cache to say, 100GB or more?
With the types of workload created from this setup would it be better to split the CloudDrives over both HDD?My worry with this is running something like SAB or a torrent client on the same disk. Thus the reason for having them on different HDD currently.
Or would it make more sense to give CloudDrive its own HDD and move everything the other way around:C: drive = OS, Sab, Sick etc...
D: drive just CloudDrive caches
I am seeing significant Read & Writes being hit on the C drive which I can only guess is coming from CloudDrive as nothing else is that IO intensive.
Any pointers would be great!