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  1. Since CloudDrive uses its own filesystem and has full control over it, has it been considered to implement native compression? And by compression, I don't mean NTFS file level compression, I mean optional native compression in CloudDrive's filesystem. This would reduce the amount to transfer data over the network at the expense of CPU usage (and in some cases RAM) during compression. I guess we could have two types of implementations of the compression feature. A simple mode and one advanced mode. The simple mode would just use one compression method that applies to whatever content
  2. Hello everyone! Another happy user of Drivepool with a question regarding NTFS compression and file evacuation. A few days ago I started having reallocated sectors counters on one drive. Stablebit scanner ordered drivepool to evacuate all the files, but there was not enough space so some of them remained. I bought another drive, which I added to the pool, and tried to remove the existing one, getting an "Access is Denied" error. Afterwards, I tried to force evacuation of files from the damaged drive using the appropriate option in the Stablebit scanner. This triggered a rebalance opera
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