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  1. Thank you w3wilkes. I opened a support case immediately after having written my previous post. In the meantime I've reduced the log level to none (I've found it set to medium, no idea why), this shaved away the delay in opening the remote folders, but unfortunately it did not resolve the issue of the files not being temporarily writable upon being loaded in an applications. Apart from the difference between the drivers, for which I will wait for an answer on the drawbacks of switching from one or the other, I am starting being suspicious regarding Windows Defender, which maybe in this las
  2. So, can we have a word on which is the last stable version of Drive Bender? Where do I find the release notes / announcements for the last releases? I am using DB since many years, I think I started with version 1.95. Until a week ago I was quite comfortable with version 3.1 running on WHS 2011 (Vail), but in light of the demise of the support for its kernel base (WS 2008 R2) I decided it was time to update the OS to Windows Server 2019. I also downloaded the latest version of DB from the official web page and I was presented version 3.3. So I am now with Windows Server 2019 and DB 3
  3. Well, I have received an answer from the company's tech department. They state they were never able to reproduce the error, so it's difficult for them to investigate the case. They'll add the issue to the list of things to be re-checked, but they also wrote that the todo list is quite long (hence, no guarantee that the problem will be eventually fixed, as I read it)
  4. FYI: I've opened a support ticket on the matter. I'll let you know the answer.
  5. Well, first of all thanks for having reported your experience. You are confirming my suspect: having the file being "torrented" on a DB pooled drive is causing an error in the torrent client. Since the torrent, once added, starts for few seconds before being disrupted, and since when the size of the downloading file is not so big (can't say how much big, probabluy tens of MB) the glitch sometime doesn't occur, I inferred it has to do with the big file being pre-allocated and afterward being duplicated, while at the same time the torrent client tries to fill the "container" with the incoming da
  6. I'm using Drive Bender 2.3.0.0 on a WHS 2011 / HP Data Vault X510 server. I have a single DB pool composed by two 2TB disks, plus another 1 TB disk. All the directories located on the pool are set to duplicate themselves among the pool, there is no landing zone. On this server I have a torrent client, qBittorrent, that I use quite seldomly. The client is set to use a Downloads directory located on the DB pool, and it's set also to preallocate the space for the file(s) being downloaded. Every once in a while I fire the torrent client, but every time the torrent stops after few seconds due t
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