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So I deactivated the Stablebite Clouddrive and remounted it after installing windows 10 again, I have about 20 TB - It's been mounting for 20 hours now, just wondering if it stuck or because of the size that's why it's taking so long. 

 

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who is hosting the data?

 

I just went through this with two 56TB google drives. One has 10GB and one has 20GB. Granted I have a 10Gbps connection and a threadripper CPU but it took me about 2 hours for both.

 

You may try installing a beta clouddrive...just not the latest. I suggest this one if on windows.

 

http://dl.covecube.com/CloudDriveWindows/beta/download/StableBit.CloudDrive_1.2.0.1301_x64_BETA.exe

 

Note: I am not an expert at this so proceed at your own risk.

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12 minutes ago, josefilion said:

So I deactivated the Stablebite Clouddrive and remounted it after installing windows 10 again, I have about 20 TB - It's been mounting for 20 hours now, just wondering if it stuck or because of the size that's why it's taking so long. 

 

Thank you.

What does the log write ? Maybe you ære hit with Userlimitexceeded like me. Then it will never finish untill limits are fine again 

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5 minutes ago, steffenmand said:

What does the log write ? Maybe you ære hit with Userlimitexceeded like me. Then it will never finish untill limits are fine again 

I know you are responding to "josefilion" however i'm learning here so i'm going to step in too.

is the log you are referring to the "service log" under Technical Details?

If so, Mine has all lines that say "[ApiHttp:18] Server is temporarily unavailable due to either high load or maintenance. HTTP protocol exception (Code=ServiceUnavailable)." My percentage is going up though very slowly.

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1 hour ago, Chase said:

I know you are responding to "josefilion" however i'm learning here so i'm going to step in too.

is the log you are referring to the "service log" under Technical Details?

If so, Mine has all lines that say "[ApiHttp:18] Server is temporarily unavailable due to either high load or maintenance. HTTP protocol exception (Code=ServiceUnavailable)." My percentage is going up though very slowly.

Yea in there!

Try going up to the log levels and set ApiGoogleDrive to verbose - do you get Userlimitexceeded? 

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23 minutes ago, steffenmand said:

Yea in there!

Try going up to the log levels and set ApiGoogleDrive to verbose - do you get Userlimitexceeded? 

Now one of my drives says it cannot be mounted. The other one is still upgrading.

 

set to verbose...

3:05:09.2: Information: 0 : [ApiGoogleDrive:50] Google Drive returned error (userRateLimitExceeded): User Rate Limit Exceeded. Rate of requests for user exceed configured project quota. You may consider re-evaluating expected per-user traffic to the API and adjust project quota limits accordingly. You may monitor aggregate quota usage and adjust limits in the API Console: https://console.developers.google.com/apis/api/drive.googleapis.com/quotas?project=############

 

 

Anyway to increase the per-user traffic on the API?

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This all I see in the service log 

 

3:12:14.0: Information: 0 : [ChunkIdSQLiteStorage:5]   chunks IDs: 6792157,6792158,6792159,6792160,6792161,6792162,6792163,6792164,6792165,6792166,6792167,6792168,6792169,6792170,6792171,6792172,6792173,6792174,6792175,6792176,6792177,6792178,6792179,6792180,6792181,6792182,6792183,6792184,6792185,6792186,6792187,6792188,6792189,6792190,6792191,6792192,6792193,6792194,6792195,6792196,6792197,6792198,6792199,6792200,6792201,6792202,6792203,6792204,6792205,6792206,6792207,6792208,6792209,6792210,6792211,6792212,6792213,6792214,6792215,6792216,6792217,6792218,6792219,6792220,6792221,6792222,6792223,6792224,6792225,6792226,6792227,6792228,6792229,6792230,6792231,6792232,6792233,6792234,6792235,6792236,6792237,6792238,6792239,6792240,6792241,6792242,6792243,6792244,6792245,6792246,6792247,6792248,6792249,6792250,6792251,6792252,6792253,6792254,6792255,6792256

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2 hours ago, Chase said:

who is hosting the data?

 

I just went through this with two 56TB google drives. One has 10GB and one has 20GB. Granted I have a 10Gbps connection and a threadripper CPU but it took me about 2 hours for both.

 

You may try installing a beta clouddrive...just not the latest. I suggest this one if on windows.

 

http://dl.covecube.com/CloudDriveWindows/beta/download/StableBit.CloudDrive_1.2.0.1301_x64_BETA.exe

 

Note: I am not an expert at this so proceed at your own risk.

Im going to try your method now. 

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Installed the beta version 1.2.0.1301 Beta  and this what im getting in the logs - I put the api google drive on verbose also. 

 

0:07:32.6: Information: 0 : [ChunkIdSQLiteStorage:6]   chunks IDs: 10682676,10682679,10682680,10682681,10682682,10682683,10682684,10682685,10682686,10682687,10682688,10682689,10682690,10682691,10682692,10682693,10682694,10682695,10682696,10682697,10682698,10682699,10682700,10682701,10682702,10682703,10682704,10682705,10682706,10682707,10682708,10682709,10682710,10682711,10682712,10682713,10682714,10682715,10682716,10682717,10682718,10682719,10682720,10682721,10682722,10682723,10682724,10682725,10682726,10682727,10682728,10682729,10682730,10682731,10682732,10682733,10682734,10682735,10682736,10682737,10682738,10682739,10682740,10682741,10682742,10682743,10682744,10682745,10682746,10682747,10682748,10682749,10682750,10682751,10682752,10682753,10682754,10682755,10682756,10682757,10682758,10682759,10682760,10682761,10682762,10682763,10682764,10682765,10682766,10682767,10682768,10682769,10682770,10682771,10682772,10682773,10682774,10682776,10682777,10682778
0:07:32.6: Information: 0 : [ChunkIdSQLiteStorage:6]   chunks IDs: 10682578,10682579,10682580,10682581,10682582,10682583,10682584,10682585,10682586,10682587,10682588,10682589,10682590,10682591,10682592,10682593,10682594,10682595,10682596,10682597,10682598,10682599,10682600,10682601,10682602,10682603,10682604,10682605,10682606,10682607,10682608,10682609,10682610,10682611,10682612,10682613,10682614,10682615,10682616,10682617,10682618,10682619,10682620,10682621,10682622,10682623,10682624,10682625,10682626,10682627,10682628,10682629,10682630,10682631,10682632,10682633,10682634,10682635,10682636,10682637,10682638,10682639,10682640,10682641,10682642,10682643,10682644,10682645,10682646,10682647,10682648,10682649,10682650,10682651,10682652,10682653,10682654,10682655,10682656,10682657,10682658,10682659,10682660,10682661,10682662,10682663,10682664,10682665,10682666,10682667,10682668,10682669,10682670,10682671,10682672,10682673,10682674,10682675,10682677,10682678
0:07:32.7: Information: 0 : [ChunkIdSQLiteStorage:6]   chunks IDs: 10682477,10682479,10682480,10682481,10682482,10682483,10682484,10682485,10682486,10682487,10682488,10682489,10682490,10682491,10682492,10682493,10682494,10682495,10682496,10682497,10682498,10682499,10682500,10682501,10682502,10682503,10682504,10682505,10682506,10682507,10682508,10682509,10682510,10682511,10682512,10682513,10682514,10682515,10682516,10682517,10682518,10682519,10682520,10682521,10682522,10682523,10682524,10682525,10682526,10682527,10682528,10682529,10682530,10682531,10682532,10682533,10682534,10682535,10682536,10682537,10682538,10682539,10682540,10682541,10682542,10682543,10682544,10682545,10682546,10682547,10682548,10682549,10682550,10682551,10682552,10682553,10682554,10682555,10682556,10682557,10682558,10682559,10682560,10682561,10682562,10682563,10682564,10682565,10682566,10682567,10682568,10682569,10682570,10682571,10682572,10682573,10682574,10682575,10682576,10682577
0:07:32.7: Information: 0 : [ChunkIdSQLiteStorage:6]   chunks IDs: 10682377,10682379,10682380,10682381,10682382,10682383,10682384,10682385,10682386,10682387,10682388,10682389,10682390,10682391,10682392,10682393,10682394,10682395,10682396,10682397,10682398,10682399,10682400,10682401,10682402,10682403,10682404,10682405,10682406,10682407,10682408,10682409,10682410,10682411,10682412,10682413,10682414,10682415,10682416,10682417,10682418,10682419,10682420,10682421,10682422,10682423,10682424,10682425,10682426,10682427,10682428,10682429,10682430,10682431,10682432,10682433,10682434,10682435,10682436,10682437,10682438,10682439,10682440,10682441,10682442,10682443,10682444,10682445,10682446,10682447,10682448,10682449,10682450,10682451,10682452,10682453,10682454,10682455,10682456,10682457,10682458,10682459,10682460,10682461,10682462,10682463,10682464,10682465,10682466,10682467,10682468,10682469,10682470,10682471,10682472,10682473,10682474,10682475,10682476,10682478

 

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21 hours ago, Chase said:

who is hosting the data?

 

I just went through this with two 56TB google drives. One has 10GB and one has 20GB. Granted I have a 10Gbps connection and a threadripper CPU but it took me about 2 hours for both.

 

You may try installing a beta clouddrive...just not the latest. I suggest this one if on windows.

 

http://dl.covecube.com/CloudDriveWindows/beta/download/StableBit.CloudDrive_1.2.0.1301_x64_BETA.exe

 

Note: I am not an expert at this so proceed at your own risk.

So after about 20 hours, It remounted,

I recommend using the beta like chase said and just be patient.  Just writing this for people who are looking for similar answers. 

Thank you @Chase @steffenmand

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4 minutes ago, josefilion said:

So after about 20 hours, It remounted,

I recommend using the beta like chase said and just be patient.  Just writing this for people who are looking for similar answers. 

Thank you @Chase @steffenmand

The reindexing you saw was normal since waaaay back. Its to avoid corruption, then it rebuilds the chunk database by going through them 1 by 1 :) The numbers you saw were chunk id's

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^ This. 

If you didn't have the chunkID database (eg, using an older version and then installed a newer version), it will have to do this, at least on the first time.  

Once it's done, that should be it. 

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