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Fri Mar 29, 2019 2:06 pm

What's new in version 7.7:

* Added masking of bad blocks (replacing bad blocks with custom pattern);
* Added AES XTS support for BitLocker;
* Updated RAID configurations save/restore procedure:
- Added support of EWF-files in saved RAID configuration;
- Added support of virtual (VFS) files in RAID configuration;
- Custom RAID names are now preserved.
* Reworked LVM module for latest LVM2 (with added DM RAID function);
* Assignment of LVM names to LVM partitions and logical volumes;
* Option of automatic saving of scan state immediately after full scan;
* Simplified process of removal of opened storage components;
* Regular update to embedded pictures viewer.

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Sat Mar 30, 2019 9:55 am

Fantastic Software
Iurii wrote:What's new in version 7.7:

* Added masking of bad blocks (replacing bad blocks with custom pattern);
* Added AES XTS support for BitLocker;
* Updated RAID configurations save/restore procedure:
- Added support of EWF-files in saved RAID configuration;
- Added support of virtual (VFS) files in RAID configuration;
- Custom RAID names are now preserved.
* Reworked LVM module for latest LVM2 (with added DM RAID function);
* Assignment of LVM names to LVM partitions and logical volumes;
* Option of automatic saving of scan state immediately after full scan;
* Simplified process of removal of opened storage components;
* Regular update to embedded pictures viewer.


Fantastic Software and great Technical Support..
Oladoja Bankole
Exclusive Data Recovery Lab. EDARLAB
Abuja, Nigeria.
http://www.edarlab.com
Tel: 08032419528

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Sun Mar 31, 2019 9:21 am

Just wish they would put an ETA of data extraction into it, same as R-Studio.

It helps keep the customer informed when you have a rough idea how long a RAID job extraction is going to take.

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Mon Apr 01, 2019 10:09 am

slingshot wrote:Source of the post Just wish they would put an ETA of data extraction into it, same as R-Studio.


Is that ever even close to accurate though? My attack plan is usually to just start the copy process toward the end of the day, go home, and usually, it's done in the morning.

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Tue Apr 02, 2019 1:57 pm

I recently had one that took me 6 days to extract :o
After the job was completed, I went back and fiddled around with it and R-Studio was accurate with its eta of approx 6 days.
I was advised on a few tweaks afterwards that may have sped it up somewhat but it still wouldn't have given me an eta....be a really nice addition to a super cool software program 8-)

I'm extracting another one as I type this and Ive got no idea how long its going to take :(

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Tue Apr 02, 2019 4:26 pm

Is it a RAID you're extracting from? Perhaps one with a small stripe size?

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Tue Apr 02, 2019 4:34 pm

Yes the 6 day monty was tiny, size = 1 :lol: and 2TB had to come out of it.

The one I was doing earlier only took 3 hours for 1TB, its just the fact I get no ETA, feels like I'm missing the party or something, not knowing.... :roll:

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Wed Apr 03, 2019 8:21 am

If you will build RAID on drives with activated "Enable reading cache" - 1 sector stripes will not be problem.

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Wed Apr 03, 2019 9:45 am

Iurii wrote:If you will build RAID on drives with activated "Enable reading cache" - 1 sector stripes will not be problem.

I can confirm this works quite nicely.

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Wed Apr 03, 2019 10:03 am

Iurii wrote:If you will build RAID on drives with activated "Enable reading cache" - 1 sector stripes will not be problem.


Any chance of coding approximately how long it will take to extract into the program ?

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