I'm taking data from the 18TB drive and placing it onto the USB-drive array I built (slower) -- it's on a USB 3.0 bus, off a raspberry pi, so very limited in terms of what I can do for that. It's a hackup job I'm building for longer term storage.  The real bottleneck is the USB3.x bus and the USB-based disks I have striped together -- yes, i know it's a hack :)

On 3/27/21 2:13 PM, Forza wrote:

On 2021-03-23 00:19, Forrest Aldrich wrote:
I have apfs-fuse running, but it is read-only.

I wanted to avoid the pain of replicating a large disk from USB3 to USB3 by converting the filesystem, which I expected wouldn't be possible.  So now I am just replicating it, which will take days to accomplish.

Have you considered taking the disks out of the USB enclosure and putting them directly on the SATA controller? It could be faster.


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