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Is your Crash Plan Crashing ?

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

Yeah 10 GB's won't cause the problem. Mine is about 2 TB and 40,000 files.

 

ikon, problem is, WHS v1 is 32 bit and for 32 bit, CrashPlan maxes out at 1024. No amount of memory will help.

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dvn

This problem doesn't corrupt the data, does it? Just causes CP to crash, right?

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ikon

Yeah 10 GB's won't cause the problem. Mine is about 2 TB and 40,000 files.

 

ikon, problem is, WHS v1 is 32 bit and for 32 bit, CrashPlan maxes out at 1024. No amount of memory will help.

 

Thanks. Wasn't aware of that. That could put a damper on things ;)

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dvn

Oh! So does anyone know if CrashPlan is going to fix this? Or do they even consider this a problem? I mean, sure we have a 'fix', but does anyone know whether they'll manage memory automatically?

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jmwills

A typical case of lazy programmers.

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geek-accountant

ITTOG, you have me beat of the size of the data since mine is only 1.6TB, but I have you on the number of files 1.5+ million!

 

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ikon

Keeping track of that many files will use up a bit or RAM ;)

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geek-accountant

Love see this when I wake up in the morning. Part of my process when I come home from a photo shoot is have Lightroom copy the photos from the card to two locations. One is local and the other is on the WSS (which is running Crashplan). Within minutes, Crashplan sees the new files and starts backing them up to the cloud. I also have a Synctoy process which backs up the local files (which may include edits) to WSS and my unRaid Server.

 

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