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  1. Never seen anyone go for a block size of 5G before, that’s literally orders of magnitude larger than commonly seen... How about a reasonable block size and increased count to match instead?
  2. SMB is the way to go for modern Mac OS, yeah. Shouldn't really need any special configuration though. Have you created any shares via the unraid ui?
  3. Perfectly normal. It is simply not mover's responsibility to manage your completed downloads. Need another tool for that.
  4. Just Windows displaying TiB while calling it TB... 1 TB = 1 000 000 000 000 bytes 1 TiB = 1 099 511 627 776 bytes
  5. For completeness - How fast are writes to the parity protected array (for a share not using cache)? When you do the write tests, what are you writing? (number of files, total size of data). I would expect all writes over the network to occur at line speed until the RAM buffer on the server is full, and you do have plenty of RAM.
  6. For completeness - How fast are writes to the parity protected array (for a share not using cache)? When you do the write tests, what are you writing? (number of files, total size of data). I would expect all writes over the network to occur at line speed until the RAM buffer on the server is full, and you do have plenty of RAM.
  7. Maybe, maybe not. Not entirely implausible. Wouldn't it be easy to test by just temporarily block outside access and see if it helps?
  8. How did you move the files? Have you checked the size of the files after the move?
  9. No worries Given the limited number of writes to the flash drive during normal use I don’t think SLC vs MLC will actually make a difference. That said, I would expect a better designed drive with quality components to be more reliable (and more expensive) than a really cheap one. So far I’ve use models recommended by Limetech and been lucky enough to not have one fail. Failure wouldn’t be a major inconvenience to me actually, thanks to the automated key replacement process. I would just grab a replacement drive (they’re cheap so I already have an extra), restore the mos
  10. The stick needs to have a unique GUID. Where did you read about "a individual serial number"?
  11. It does a clear, simple as that. The drive needs to be all zeros to be added to a parity protected array. The difference is that nowadays it is cleared in the background, while older versions kept the array offline until the clear was completed. A pre-cleared drive can be formatted and used really really soon after adding it (since it is already cleared).