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125GB of unduplicated data on a pool with file duplication.


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This is a fresh installation of DrivePool, a newly created Pool, all settings are at default other than "File protection" -> "Pool File Duplication" and setting this to 2. After re-measuring, the "Pool Organisation" is marked green. No specific folders have been set to have a specific level of duplication (or not in this case), what has been stated above is the only thing that has been done. so why have I got 125GB unduplicated data?

 

Running Version 2.2.0.651 Beta

 

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(Deleted duplicate post).

 

This is an issue with the public beta.  Specifically, there are a number of measuring issues, where it's inaccurate, calculated "incorrectly", or generally drives. 

 

The latest betas are much better about this, and the release version (2.1.1.561) shouldn't have this problem. 

 

Grab 2.2.0.754 or roll back. 

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If you're still seeing the unduplicated data, and this is on the 754 build, then yes, that is actual unduplicated data. 

 

If you want, you can try doing this:

http://community.covecube.com/index.php?/topic/1587-check-pool-fileparts/

 

This command will let you enumerate what is not duplicated.  

 

 

Otherwise, check the "File Duplication" in the UI, and check any folder that has a "+" next to the number, as this indicates that a subdirectory may have a different duplication level.

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