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So I've recently switched from a desktop setup with 3x 8TB HDDs storage and 1x 128GB SSD cache, to a laptop + eGPU setup with the same four drives in an external enclosure connected to the eGPU. Laptop is connected to eGPU through a single Thunderbolt 3 cable for charging and data, and the enclosure is connected to the USB-C port on the graphics card. Every time I shut down and turn on my laptop, or if I disconnect the TB3 cable and plug it back in (so basically every day after coming home from work), Drivepool starts measuring my entire 22TB pool from scratch, so I just have to wait
I have a bunch of older 3, 4 and 6TB drives that aren't currently in my main system that i want to make use of. What are some suggested options to externally adding these to a drive pool? I saw this in one post IB-3680SU3 and have seen something like this before as well Mediasonic H82-SU3S2 is there anything i should be aware of to make this work optimally? I'll also have a few drives in my main system that would be part of the pool as well.
Hey, I recently bought my first USB 3.0 enclosure for my old HDD and noticed with the Scanner running on my HTPC (Win 7 x64) on the last stable version and the newest beta 3103 (with no WMI and no unsafe IO) that the SMART attributes could not be read: According to the LOG, I think it somehow chooses to use the ScsiPassthroughJmicron method: Scanner.Service.exe Information 0 [Disks] Creating disk... 2018-04-14 09:25:14Z 66476300502 Scanner.Service.exe Information 0 [DiskInfo] Opening ATA pass-through... 2018-04-14 09:25:14Z 66476301483 Scanner.Service.exe Information
I am consistently getting warnings about overheating USB drives that are plugged into my N54L One example is shown below. It is obviously incorrect as the drive is cool to the touch. StableBit Scanner Heat Warning on "SHREDDER". One or more disks are overheating: Seagate Expansion USB Device - 145˚C (Maximum 54˚C)Model: ST1000LM010-9YH146Serial number: ****