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Scan multiple drives at once on the same controller


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Hello everyone,

How can I scan multiple drives at once on the same controller?
I don't have a problem with scanning 3 drives at once as long as they are on separate controllers.

But my problem is that I have 23 disks on a single controller (HBA connected to a backplane expander) and am therefore struggling to scan all my disks every 30 days as only one disk is scanned at the same time.

Unfortunately I can't seem to find a setting where I can make it scan all the disks at the same time. Can I change some settings in my registry or in some advanced properties?

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I was able to enable this by changing following settings: 

Settings > Advanced settings and troubleshooting > Advanced Settings > Scanner > ScanMaximumConcurrent  > set to more than 1

and then go to 

Settings > Scanner settings > Heat tab > Equalize disk temperature - allow higher temperature difference between the drives 

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31 minutes ago, vlad said:

I was able to enable this by changing following settings: 

Settings > Advanced settings and troubleshooting > Advanced Settings > Scanner > ScanMaximumConcurrent  > set to more than 1

and then go to 

Settings > Scanner settings > Heat tab > Equalize disk temperature - allow higher temperature difference between the drives 

Thank you! It worked!

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I wonder what MaxDegreeOfParallelism does.

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