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  1. Release v3.7.0.0 release (2020/04/08) [ u ] Some minor performance and reliability improvements. [ b ] Fixed a number of minor service bugs Release v3.6.6.0 beta 2 (2020/04/30) [ b ] An issue with any drive that causes the pool to switch into fault-tolerant mode can cause the Drive Bender service to crash. [ n ] We have added the ability to reset file object permissions across a pool, see - https://support.division-m.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001500816 Release v3.6.5.0 beta 1 (2020/03/31) [ b ] Change in pool size error was causing the pool to switch into a fault-tolerant mo
  2. I believe we found the issue that was causing this and sorted it for v3.6.6.0
  3. Release v3.6.6.0 beta 2 (2020/04/30) [ b ] An issue with any drive that causes the pool to switch into fault-tolerant mode can cause the Drive Bender service to crash. [ n ] We have added the ability to reset file object permissions across a pool, see - https://support.division-m.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001500816 Download here
  4. Release v3.6.5.0 beta 1 (2020/03/31) [ b ] Change in pool size error was causing the pool to switch into a fault-tolerant mode, and not switch back. [ b ] Detecting missing drives ate boot time now works as expected. [ b ] Scheduling task no longer blocks tasks for extended periods. [ u ] Even balancing has been improved on larger drives. Download here
  5. Hi all... well yes and no, we are still supporting Cloud Xtender, and will be supplying updates were possible, but will are no longer making it available for purchase in it's current form. If you have any issues, contact support at https://support.division-m.com
  6. Hi All, First up, I would like to apologies for all the recent updates. The last couple of releases (mostly v3.3 and v3.4) of Drive Bender have contained a very allusive "Access Denied" error (this was a timing/cache problem exposed as a result of improving I/O performance). In addition to v3.2 having an problem with the FolderWall module not disabling correctly, and displaying odd errors... In all, we have not covered ourselves in glory 😬 We are confident we are on top of these issues now with v3.6, and will be looking at our regression testing, and making some changes to ensure we
  7. Release v3.6.0.0 release (2020/01/22) [ b ] Fixed a potential file looking issue. [ u ] Further performance improvement introduced. Release v3.6.0.0a release (2020/01/23) FolderWall may not process rules containing explicit application entries correctly. Download
  8. Hi All, We are investigating this issue. Did you upgrade directly from v3.2 to v3.4?
  9. Release v3.4.0.0 release (2020/01/09) [ b ] Changing network cards could cause the system to boot slower than normal, and cause other system stability issues. [ b ] Some users were experiencing a FolderWall error message on boot. [ u ] Added a drive load testing feature. See - https://support.division-m.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001326236 Download
  10. We are working on this and expect to have it sorted this week (week starting on the 6th, Jan). That said, the error message is just a message, and has no effect on the pool itself. If you are experiencing access issues, then there is something else going on and you should contact support.
  11. This is being updated in the next major release... with a re-write of the feature that will also, dramatically improve pool performance.
  12. Hi, Yes, stay with v3.3... there are potential (different) access issues with 3.2. These access denied errors are being reported by Windows... as suggested, please send log files to support.
  13. Hi Stacy, I'm responding as best as I can... however, we are located in Australia (it was 2AM here when you posted this) and we can't spend 24 hours a day monitoring support, not to mention, you are not the only customer we have. Here are some support tips. 1) First of all, don't panic! (this is important)... remember, all files are stores using the Windows NTFS format, and can be access outside of Drive Bender if needed. 2) When submitting a ticket, wait for a responses before spamming support, ever time you update a ticket, it goes to the back of the support queue as tickets ar
  14. Ok... noted, thanks... let me get back to you
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