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hugbug wrote: ↑
20 Mar 2019, 11:42
Make sure QueueDir is on a local drive (not on NAS). Otherwise the queue may be easily corrupted if NAS becomes unavialbale for a moment.
TempDir is also better to have local. And for best performance InterDir should be local too.
In other words: only DestDir belongs to NAS.
I just ran into the situation where I needed to get at the InterDir area in order to be able unrar the files that were there, on another computer that would be post-processing the resulting files. A local dir on the Linux box is also exported to the other computers. Brain needs sleep.
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