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I am using 7547
I see a conflict in the link and what you said
below says the opposite of what you said...which is it and do you have step by step instructions?
feeder disk to duplicated pool this feature is now working correctly with
the latest beta (18.104.22.16845). To use the feature carry out the following
following extra step
DrivePool.Service.exe.config_default file in C:\Program
Files\StableBit\DrivePool and rename to DrivePool.Service.exe.config
Edit the file and set the FileDuplication_DuplicateTime to
whatever time you wish.
wish specifying which disk is the feeder and the others archive
time 1 hour before the duplication time.
later option in drivepool server settings.
Drivepool will then copy all new files to the single feeder disk then
once a day move all the files off the feeder to the pool and duplicate. I
use this option as I had a spare SSD drive and because if I copied a large
iso bluray rip to the pool, if that file landed on a drive that was
already streaming video content to a client in the house, it would cause
buffering due to the hard drive having to read/write at the same time.
With an ssd drive that is not an issue as it can handle the read/write IO
at the same time.
Hope this helps if someone else is thinking of trying it out.
p.s. be careful if you select a sandforce based ssd as they can have
issues with trim with data like video files that cant be compressed. Its
best not to fill those drives over 70% going by information on anandtech.