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I know this is a very minor thing, however for pools that I am basically using as RAID 1, where the data is cloned between the two drives, is it possible to have the drive size and storage usage reflect this? i.e. for a 2x 3TB pool, it currently shows in Windows as "3.16TB free of 5.45TB", however it would make more sense if these values were halved as this is the usable space. Sorry if the wording isn't great Thanks!
I'm in the middle of doing a setup on G-suite. Seeing they don't cap space (yet) I want to go that route (I'll upgrade to the required users if it becomes an issue later on). For a cloud drive setup (aiming at 65TB to mirror local setup) Any recommended methods for storage? I saw another post here recommending various prefetch settings, however was not clear on whether new drives should be sized a certain way? Various 2TB drives or max out at 10TB for each one then combine into one share using DrivePool? Ultimately hoping to get an optimal setup out of the gate. And probably would not hurt to document that here for others to follow as well. Ideally using it with DrivePool so that it can be treated as one massive drive.
Very handy and useful for debugging and error reporting, comes in Windows 10 Anniversary Update. http://www.thewindowsclub.com/stordiag-exe-storage-diagnostic-tool