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This sounds like a UAC issue. See if you can access the folder(s) with an elevated command line (like PowerShell), rather than Windows Explorer. The issue is that Windows Explorer does not behave "properly" with UAC, so problems like this often result. The linked article has a couple of workarounds, though personally, I prefer to just use a different ...


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This calculation is hidden, the information is delivered by Win32_DefragAnalysis class: The Win32_DefragAnalysis class represents fragmentation values on a volume. An instance of the Win32_DefragAnalysis class is passed as an out parameter from the Win32_Volume methods DefragAnalysis and Defrag. class Win32_DefragAnalysis { uint64 AverageFileSize; ...


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No, it's not relevant. The clients are getting the files via the (S)FTP protocol, not by file-system calls to the server. So as long as your chosen (S)FTP server software can read the file system that holds the files you're serving out the clients will behave the same way, as they are still interfacing with the server in the same way (via SFTP).


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According to the screenshot you linked to, gparted is telling you: Warning: ntfs_mst_post_read_fixup_warn: magic: 0x44414142 size: 1024 usa_ofs: 24474 usa_count: 46079: Invalid argument Record 0 has no FILE magic (0x44414142) Failed to load $MFT: Input/output error Failed to mount '/dev/sdc1': Input/output error NTFS is inconsistent. Run chkdsk ...


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The Finder doesn't have a Cut command, as such. Use Cmd ⌘ C to copy, then Cmd ⌘ Opt ⌥ C to simultaneously Cut from the previous location & paste to the new. Alternatively, hold Cmd ⌘ whilst dragging from one partition to another to Move instead of Copy.


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Try my shell script, which is a (mostly) re-implementation of attrib command in Windows. This uses system.ntfs_attrib_be attribute from NTFS-3G, so you need gatfattr and setfattr utilities from your distro (in Debian/Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install attr). But after that, just use it without remembering the bit masks, e.g. ./ntfs_attr.sh -h -s ...


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The default size seems to depend on the partition size. I tested it with two partitions: C: 95 GB, default log file size 65536 KB F: 5 GB, default log file size 27648 KB Changing the log file size for C: was not possible at all. For F:, I found that the minimum size is 2048 KB (2 MB). You wrote that you tried to set the log file to 1MB. If you really ...



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