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Is rebalancing the best way to get a sequential write?



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As I understand it, balancing is optimised for reliability and background priority, not maximising speed. In my own experience I find it copies a couple of files at a time rather than one file at a time, but it still manages a reasonable speed so I don't bother with a manual transfer unless there's some kind of deadline involved.

EDIT: I'm running a manual rebalance now with increased priority selected and it's copying one file at a time (averaging about 90MB/sec), so it may depend on what it needs to balance and how many drives are involved?



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