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  1. I'm trying out CloudDrive with Google Drive, and have created a small drive for testing. If I go this route, I'll have a lot of stuff there, including some things I'd like to have served by Plex. I'd like to test the performance when the content has to be pulled from the cloud. I haven't put enough into the cloud drive to over flow the cache yet. Will it just sit in the cache forever, or do things ever stale out? Or failing that, can I flush the cache, so I can force CloudDrive to have to pull from GDrive to fulfill a request? Thanks!
  2. jjross

    Hard Links?

    According to this blog post: http://blog.covecube.com/2013/11/stablebit-drivepool-2-1-0-432-beta-reparse-points/ DrivePool supports reparse points but it DOESN'T appear to support Hard Links. I'm thinking that this is the reason that Plex can't host its media database on the pool (which isn't working for me and, according to the comments on the blog post, doesn't work for anyone else). Is there any plans to implement Hard Links for the pool? Is there any workaround to this? Thanks!
  3. Simple question, I presume. I want to extend my current 8TB HDD (E: ) Plex Drive with a new/empty 12TB HDD (F:). Pooling these 2 drives creates a single virtual ~20TB drive (G:) that I can point to from Plex, correct? No need for duplication just yet. I tried the above, the pool appears as a ~20TB as virtual drive G:, but I do not see any files on G: via Win10's file manager. I can read/write to G:. Do I need to physically move the content from E: onto G:? I guess I expected to see the current contents of E: on the virtual drive G:. Am I missing a basic concept here? Than
  4. Hi guys, I have a problem with CloudDrive I hope that those who are more experienced than me can help me. Thanks I use CloudDrive with Plex and I have about 10 to 30 simultaneous streams, I have a 1gbps / 1gbps connection and the operating system and metadata both run on SSD and I never have problems using Plex even when I reach the maximum peak of 30 streams, different is when I try to upload, even having only 1 stream, CloudDrive gives me this error. After this error I find all the files loaded correctly on the drive, but I don't understand what error it is and if it can generate other
  5. Newbie question. I currently have all my files in one folder but radarr likes the files to be in sub folders and I noticed plex detects the file right away when it is verus when I take the file out and put inside the main folder and not sub folder - I was thinking of moving them all into subfolders but will the stablebit cloudrive have to download all the cache and information and scan again once I do this in plex? also will this trigger a ban (I'm using google drive) because I'm moving so many files ? (over 4,500 files into sub folders). Thank you and Happy New Year.
  6. I have 10TB expandable drive hosted on Google Drive with a 2TB cache. Whenever I add a large amount of data to the drive (for example I added 1TB yesterday) CloudDrive will occasionally stop all read and write operations to do "metadata pinning". This prevents Plex from doing anything while it does its thing, and took over 3 hours to do yesterday. I don't want to disable metadata pinning, but I would like to be able to schedule it, if necessary, for 3AM or something like that. In the meantime, is there a drawback to having such a large local cache? Would it improve operations like metada
  7. In the advanced settings of Plex Media Server for transcoder, setting the Transcoder temporary directory to a folder in a DrivePool causes Plex to show an error on playback. I wanted to check if anyone else has that behaviour, if so, maybe include that in the limitations. Also, perhaps a general guideline would be to put "cache" folders outside of Drivepool? ____________________________ EDIT: It looks like it works, the problem were due to some other error that caused the DrivePool to go in read-only mode (which a reboot fixed).
  8. Hello all, I am just coming here to get specific instructions on how to safely and relatively easily format my current PLEX Media server PC, which i use Stable bit DRIVE POOL and Scanner on that main machine to monitor my Western digital RED HDDs 4TB (x4 in a drivepool using Stablebit). Long story short that pc is acting very very weird,slow, not loading half the time, and its freaking me out because my entire media collection are on those drives/pc. Seems that the motherboard and pc do not fully work right with Windows 10, so i guess i have no other choice but to format entire windows Dri
  9. Hi! I have had this problems for a few weeks now. I use CloudDrive as an backend to plex, in the biginning everything went great! But now, every night clouddrive will disconnect. The error that i receiv is in the console is: "<nameofdrive> is having trouble downloading data from Google Drive in a timely manner. Error: Thread was being aborted. This error can be caused by having insufficient bandwidth or bandwidht throttling. " Second error messages is saying : "<nameofdrive> is having trouble downloading data from Google Drive. Make sure that yo
  10. Hyd

    Optimal Plex settings?

    I was wondering if anyone had any optimized Clouddrive Drive settings that they use to get the most out of plex streaming. Like chunk size, download threads, and prefetching options.
  11. I have been running a "server" for a number of years with both Scanner and DrivePool being an integral part of it all (I LOVE these products!!!). I think it's time to redesign my current virtualization environment, and I wanted to know what you guys think: My current setup: "Host" (running Win10 Pro w/Client Hyper-V): - Scanner and DrivePool for media, backups, VMs, etc. - CrashPlan for offsite backups (~10 incoming clients) - Plex Media Server (doing occasional transcodes) - Multiple VMs (Win7 for WMC recording, Win10 testing, VPN appliance, UTM appliance, etc.) I feel like t
  12. Due to how StableBit DrivePool and certain software works, there are some known limitations. Stable Release: 2.2.3.1019 Public Beta Release: N/A VSS Support. This includes anything that strictly requires VSS support to work. This includes (but is not limited to): Windows Backup You can back up the pooled drives, but not the pool directly. Windows Server Backup You can back up the pooled drives, but not the pool directly. Previous Versions System Restore
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