defected07 Posted April 26, 2011 Share Posted April 26, 2011 I'm using 0 split level, and created a FLAC directory at the top of my cache drive. In my share, my FLAC directory is 3 levels deep. It copied my FLAC directory to one of my drives at the top, but it was also in the 3 deep level directory. How exactly does the mover script, and the 0 split level work? i thought it allows for a top level directory among many drives and then second level directories among any number of those drives so you can evenly distribute your categories. Sorry. I read then Unofficial doc but it's still not 100% clear Can someone help with my questions, please? I'd have to create the same structure each time, if my cache drive were to mirror my top-level user shares? Or am I not setting up the cache drive correctly? I'm just trying to figure out why created my FLAC directory as a top level on a seemingly random drive (not quite random, as it's an included disk (/mnt/disk4) in my Media user share, which FLAC is a part of--only a few levels beneath Media.) It also appears to have placed the FLAC where my FLAC actually resides (/mnt/disk1/Media/Music/FLAC). So does the mover script just search for the folder name that's on the Cache drive, within the other Disk/User shares, and place contents there? Because why would it also place the FLAC folder on disk4, as a top-level folder? Quote Link to comment
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