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Hello All, I am new to StableBit CloudDrive and I just wanted to ask a quick question; I am currently bulk uploading about 1.5TB of data over 4 GDrive accounts. I have increase replication to 2 and the upload is currently in process. Every so often I get the following error message from one of the drives: Error: Thread was being aborted When setting up I followed this Plex user guide from Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/PleX/comments/61ppfi/stablebit_clouddrive_plex_and_you_a_guide/ Which talks about upload threats potentially being a problem. I had them set exactly as it says in the guide. I have lowered them to: Upload: 5 Download: 5 Does this look OK? Is there anything else I can do? Is this something I can put back once the bulk upload has completed; as I will not be pushing 1.5TB as a one off push all the time?
I've read Drashna's post here: http://community.covecube.com/index.php?/topic/2596-drivepool-and-refs/&do=findComment&comment=17810 However I have a few questions about ReFS support, and DrivePool behavior in general: 1) If Integrity Streams are enabled on a DrivePooled ReFS partition and corruption occurs, doesn't the kernel emit an error when checksums don't match? 2) As I understand it, DrivePool automatically chooses the least busy disk to support read striping. Suppose an error occurs reading a file. Regardless of the underlying filesystem, would DrivePool automatically switch to another disk to attempt to read the same file? 3) Does DrivePool attempt to rewrite a good copy of a file that is corrupt? Thanks!
Hi there, I saw a previous thread about putting a damaged disk back into the pool, but my question is slightly different... I have a disk that StableBit Scanner says has some damage. It's a small amount of damage vs. the whole disk, but of course, it's part of a big file, so that's likely toast. What happens now? What happens with DrivePool when a bad file is either "fixed" or becomes corrupt? Does the bad file get replicated to other pool members? Or does DrivePool figure out the disk has damage and overwrites the bad file? Should I leave the bad file in place (rename it so it stays put over the bad disk area) and copy a good file over to that folder? I've run chkdsk /f /b on the drive a few times (it takes around 18 hours), and Scanner is trying to "recover" the file - but I think that's going to fail. If chkdsk has done its process on some bad sectors, is the drive OK for a while? Or will DrivePool keep trying to write back to those sectors? Thanks...