In Windows when deleting something like 100,000 files, it's quick and completes in a few seconds. This is a high-level delete operation.
IO operations with Drivepool all take a much longer time than Windows. Things such as:
In explorer: Right-click folder > properties (to view number of files, folders, size)
OK, I'm not sure this one is drastically slower (if at all).
Discovery takes a long time for a delete. Like #1 above.
A delete operation take a long time for a large number of files. I'm talking like 50-150 IOPS, which makes me think this is related to disk IOPS.
Can these operations be dependent on any settings for my pool, or is this just part of the territory for what Drivepool does beneath the surface? Correct if I'm wrong: operations in Drivepool seem to be limited by the IOPS of the disk(s) in question.