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I recently noticed IF you are using an SSD cache "R/W", sequential I/O allowed that when you perform a scrub of your volume it writes ALL of the data read during the scrub to the SSDs! This can't be right?

using 918+ loader and 6.2.2.

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Loader doesn't have any knowledge of whether you are using cache.  So this is working as Synology (or more specifically Facebook/flashcache developers) designed.

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3 hours ago, flyride said:

Loader doesn't have any knowledge of whether you are using cache.  So this is working as Synology (or more specifically Facebook/flashcache developers) designed.

I realize this has nothing to do with xpenology but why would the cache algorithm attempt to cache everything from a scrub routine.. that's generally A LOT of data!

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