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  1. Already did, since it was first suggested, actually. It did not make any difference whatsoever. Nothing to upload anymore for now, nothing uploaded either in the past week, all data had already been uploaded to the cloud, and something keeps growing at an approximate rate of 4 or 5GB/hour. This is a huge problem. I really don't know what to do anymore other than uninstall the whole Stablebit package. Don't know if it's related to the amount of drives (5) or the total uploaded data size (10TB), but it's no use to me if I need to restart my PC every two days. My guess is that even wit
  2. I am sort of changing the subject here, but while we figure this out, is there a way to change the cache location on already existing drives? I would try to install another physical drive and put all the caches on it.
  3. I also did another scan of TreeSize, made sure I was as admin, with all folders visible. Got the exact same thing (except some mb here and there) before the reboot. Can't see it from that kind of utilities. As a side note, malware/antivirus scan came in negative, as expected.
  4. OK, I did launch the command while my C drive was down to 226GB (approx), and launched it again after a reboot, which brought my free space back to 296GB. Here's a screenshot of the only two lines that changed. First two lines are with 226GB free, line 3 and 4 are with 296GB of free space. All the rest was identical.
  5. That's why I'm saying that the "false" reported size is not my issue. It's already abnormal to fit 26TB on a 500Gb SSD, so I don't think it's related to my C drive getting full by itself. TreeSize was run as admin, and I do see all hidden files and folders. I'll check with the Malware just to be safe, but I expect that all should be fine. Thanks anyways for the ideas.
  6. That's actually a great idea. So I did install TreeSize (and also Space Sniffer) and... drum roll... it's nothing! Hahaha! I just don't understand what's going on. I took a screenshot of SpaceSniffer while the CloudDrive services were started, with 140GB of space left, and then I took another screenshot a couple of seconds after turning the services off, with the free space back to 280GB. There were no difference whatsoever (well, nothing significant) between the two! The thing that I don't get is that even with Stablebit services off, my C:\CLoudPart.* folders still say that used sp
  7. For CloudDrive to be reporting false usage and telling me that 24TB are used on my C drive, I couldn't care less, to be honest. I don't mind if there is no fix. What I do care about, is CloudDrive filling my drive for real, while all other programs stop responding or crash completely because my C drive has 0 bytes left. That's a real issue. As of now, the services have been restarted for a little more than 24h and I'm down to 160GB. We're talking a little more than 4GB per hour. I do not have any other drive that I can (or want to) dedicate to CloudDrive cache. With the fact that I
  8. If cache folders are at the root of the C drive (maybe it was set there by me, can't remember), then the size are quite different, as you mentioned. 24TB, but 4GB as real size on disk. Unfortunately, this does not match what's really happening. I am thinking that something somewhere is also using data for CloudDrive, and it's not the 4 cache folders. As of now, I am now down to 233GB of free space, coming from 282GB, and it keeps growing. I did set the cache to Fixed size of 1GB for each of my 5 drive, but something from CloudDrive keeps getting bigger by the hour. Again, just to rei
  9. Simply to add additional information to the initial problem, I decided to go ahead and remove all Plex links between libraries and Clouddrive, just so we can keep Plex out of the equation. I restarted my services after doing this and getting my 280GB of free space back. Since then, I've been monitoring my PC. Again, no transfer has been done to or from CloudDrive since then. After restarting the service, I precisely had 282GB free on my C drive. About 4 hours later, I am now down to 260GB, while nothing is using CloudDrive. The cache continues to grow, even if not requested. Also,
  10. Hi, Not sure exactly what's happening, but I am currently experiencing a very problematic issue with CloudDrive. For the context, I have 5 mapped CloudDrive, averaging about 2TB each, used only for backup purposes. They are all connected to my G-Suite unlimited account. My cache drive is my C drive (500GB SSD), which without its cache usage, is a little less than half full, so about 280GB free for the CloudDrive cache. For a reason that I do not understand, CloudDrive fills my C drive with cache, even when I am not transferring anything (no upload, but no download as well). Sinc
  11. Seems to be more stable for me as well with the latest build. I still get errors about drives unmounting, not too sure why it's happening, but the Not authorized errors have for now disappeared. Thanks.
  12. Thanks for all these precisions, it helped a lot!
  13. I will add a new clouddrive to host all my music files, ripped from my personal CD collection. What would be the best settings for my drive to ensure the fastest transfer for small files (5 to 10mb) and also help in using this same drive for streaming my music from my Plex server. I've seen recommandations for Linux ISOs or other big files, but I did not see any recommended settings for mp3s. Sector sze, storage chunk size, chunk cache, what would you recommend? One extra newbie question: does Clouddrive provide standard encrypton at a lower level, even if Full Drive encryp
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