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  1. So I had a cloud drive mounted and was exhibiting this error repeatedly. I upgraded to the 1.2.0.1356 BETA version as suggested above. I made NO manual changes to any config files referenced above. Restarted my machine as directed by installer. After the restart I was prompted to enter my key and once I did it I get "Drive cannot be mounted". In the detailed logs I have repeated: 0:02:29.4: Warning: 0 : [CloudDrives] Error processing cloud part mount for d5616409-b033-4ec8-85e0-31a744e6b7d6. Object reference not set to an instance of an object. Also the only option in the main window I have no
  2. Gotcha, yeah just wanted to pass it along. It does seem to properly pin on the next attempt. Thanks again!!
  3. It was an upload, correct. Thanks for taking a quick look. Just wanted to confirm my suspicion.
  4. Just wanted to share what I saw today using my cloud drive with Google, I know they are marked as warnings, but the fact I see "failed" makes me a bit nervous. Is this bad or a sign of bad things to come perhaps? Or just normal behavior to safely ignore? 15:26:27.4: Warning: 0 : [ApiGoogleDrive:37] Google Drive returned error: [unable to parse] 15:26:27.4: Warning: 0 : [ApiHttp:37] HTTP protocol exception (Code=InternalServerError). 15:26:27.4: Warning: 0 : [ReadModifyWriteRecoveryImplementation:37] [W] Failed write (Chunk:50901, Offset:0x00000000 Length:0x01400500). HTTP Status
  5. So I have noticed that every time I attach and unlock a cloud drive I get the following warning: Warning: 0 : [PinDiskMetadata] Error pinning file system metadata. The request could not be performed because of an I/O device error Then when the timer expires for the next metadata operation (I think it is an hour) the Pinning metadata starts and normally completes without error and warning. I know its marked warning but I am still curious if this is worth looking into or just ignore. Thanks
  6. Awesome, Just an FYI too, I ended up having a Windows Update and a forced reboot. I have attached/detached my cloud drives a few times and I am no longer seeing this issue. I am not sure if this means I will never see it again. Maybe it was something related to the fact that it was the first time I ever installed CloudDrive and the first drive I ever created? Also when I created subsequent drives I did not get the format warning and CloudDrive was able to successfully format the disk without me needing to manually do it. Just thought I would pass this along, the ticket you opened on
  7. Yeah it sure does and it keeps happening all the time. Thanks for submitting this on my behalf!
  8. Sounds good, thanks for the additional info. I have been reading through the forums and it seems a lot of people choose a 20 MB chunk size over the default of 10 MB. I may try that. And I will keep in mind that partition limit.
  9. Thanks for the information on the troubleshooter. I have just run and submitted the information. Let me know when you get a chance if you notice anything wrong or something I should correct.
  10. Thanks so much for the information, much appreciated. I thought I had tried this after selecting the 10TB from the drop down. But I don't think I cleared it out first. Is there any recommended or general practice for sizes for a GSuite unlimited Google Drive location, I would like to create a single storage drive as large as I can without running into problems down the road? Based on what you have said I would guess anything under 63 TB would be fine?
  11. I have been reading the documentation regarding maximum drive sizes for CloudDrive. So far I have found: The absolute maximum size of your cloud drive is 1 PB, but it may be further limited by the Windows file system. For example, the maximum size of a NTFS volume using 4 KB clusters (which is common) is 16 TB. Cluster sizes on NTFS: 4 KB = 16 TB maximum drive size However in the CloudDrive UI I cannot create a drive larger than 10 TB? Does this make sense, did I just miss this in the documentation somewhere? I am running: Windows 10 1709 16299.309 StableB
  12. I am a first time user of the CloudDrive software. I am trying to learn as I go here while using it. I am running: Windows 10 1709 16299.309 StableBit CloudDrive 1.0.2.976 I created: Google Drive cloud drive Name: GD00001 Cloud drive size: 4.00 TB Local cache size: 4.00 GB Cache Type: Expandable (recommended) Full drive encryption enabled Password key The first issue I have encountered is a message after creation in the CloudDrive notifications that I need to manually initialize and format the drive. I did go ahead and do this through Wind
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