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  1. I saw many post are talking about 3-6 drives, but i can't find a post that are talking about 100 10TB drives. I am trying to crate a 1PB drive in drive pool, is that mean I need an other 1PB drive pool for parity, or I set 100 drives as data drive at snap raid? If i set 100 drives as data drive at snap raid do i need a 1PB drive too or how big should the parity drive size be. Is there anyway to do software raid 5?(not windows raid5)
  2. I run windows server 2016 with 10 hdds and 4 small SSDs - 15TB total usable DP pool with 2x3TB hdds parity using snapraid. The really stupid thing is, I’m only sitting on 2tb of data. I plan on repurposing the drives into an old Synology NAS and keep it as an off-site backup. So, I’m just wandering if anyone has done the following and can give me advice: Create 2x Raid 0 between 2x 1TB SSDs = 4TB in total between 4 drives using stablebit drivepool (will only be mirroring a couple of directories) and then have 2x 3TB parity drives with snapraid. Goals: 1. Reduce idle wa
  3. I'm using Drivepool for a couple of years now and I'm very happy. Since the development has somewhat slowed down, I have an idea for a feature that I would pay for again. Maybe call it Drivepool NextGen or whatever. Since Snapraid is open source, would it not be possible to integrate that into Drivepool? Imagine you set certain drives as the snapraid volumes with options and then Drivepool would take care of all the things you need to script Snapraid to do. Creating, scrubbing etc etc. Right now I use Pool Duplication, but I think having a Snapraid option would be much better. I tri
  4. Hello everyone! I plan to integrate DrivePool with SnapRAID and CloudDrive and require your assistance regarding the setup itself. My end goal is to pool all data drives together under one drive letter for ease of use as a network share and also have it protected from failures both locally (SnapRAID) and in the cloud (CloudDrive) I have the following disks: - D1 3TB, D: drive (data) - D2 3TB, E: drive (data) - D3 3TB, F: drive (data) - D4 3TB, G: drive (data) - D5 5TB, H: drive (parity) Action plan: - create LocalPool X: in DrivePool with the four data drives (D
  5. Just want to run this by you guys to see if I'm missing something before I screw something up I've been using Pool file Duplication and love it but as you know downside is you can only use 1/2 your total volume. So just learned you can use SnapRaid for a weekly back up (or what ever time frame you chose) Here is my current system and snapconfig I just created. I'm assuming once I uncheck "Pool file duplication" it will delete the dupes? Than I can move everything off the J: drive to use as my parity?
  6. Hi all. I'm testing out a setup under Server 2016 utilizing Drivepool and SnapRAID. I am using mount points to folders. I did not change anything in the snapraid conf file for hidden files: # Excludes hidden files and directories (uncomment to enable). #nohidden # Defines files and directories to exclude # Remember that all the paths are relative at the mount points # Format: "exclude FILE" # Format: "exclude DIR\" # Format: "exclude \PATH\FILE" # Format: "exclude \PATH\DIR\" exclude *.unrecoverable exclude Thumbs.db exclude \$RECYCLE.BIN exclude \System Volume Information exclude \Program
  7. The topic of adding RAID-style parity to DrivePool was raised several times on the old forum. I've posted this FAQ because (1) this is a new forum and (2) a new user asked about adding folder-level parity, which - to mangle a phrase - is the same fish but a different kettle. Since folks have varying levels of familiarity with parity I'm going to divide this post into three sections: (1) how parity works and the difference between parity and duplication, (2) the difference between drive-level and folder-level parity, (3) the TLDR conclusion for parity in DrivePool. I intend to update the post
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