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I/O Throttled "low on disk space AFTER I cleared cache

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I have a 500GB SSD dedicated to stablebit cloud drive. The cloud drive is a google drive. I have the cache set at 470GB. I'll copy over say 350GB(ish) at a time. once it finished uploading, if I clear cache and stablebit tells me there's nothing in "local" I go to transfer another 350GB. I get an I/O error in stablebit, the transfer between hard drives slows or stops because 350+350=700 which is more than the cache of 470. but I cleared the cache so the first 350 should be gone, and I should have that space back for the next set of 350GBs. makes sense?

But I end up having to "detach drive" and then reattach it every single time I want to do transfers like this. I feel like I am doing something wrong, or am missing a setting or something. I shouldn't have to detach the drive every time like this. it makes no sense. any suggestions would be amazing, thank you.

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9 hours ago, Christopher (Drashna) said:

It sounds like you may have data in the "to upload" cache still, and that it doesn't have enough room left. 

Also, I would recommend 50GB of free space for the buffer.

And what cache type are you using?

Right now I have the cache as 50GBs expandable. I uploaded 155GBs today. It has finished uploading for hour now. However Ot still shows that I have 155GBs on my Local hard drive, I never get that space back. 
now I did some more digging, and I found if I reformat the drive to ReFS instead of NTFS, I can upload and get back that local space instantly. I did here from a few people to not use ReFS, but if you suggest to use it, then I think that’s really my only solution. 

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1 hour ago, Christopher (Drashna) said:

Was the CloudDrive disk formatted as ReFS? 

No... I mentioned that I reformatted it to ReFS from NTFS... and that all my problems are in NTFS 

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