back in the days I installed seafile client and set the seafile-folder on a Harddisk (D:\Seafile)
lately more and more files are moving into seafile and are placed on that Harddisk (but outside the Seafile folder):
I see when the Client is Indexing a big folder outside (e.g. D:\ISO’s) the seafile folder (D:) grows alot. It shrinks again that okay, but the problem I think is that the HDD is copying and the doing the Meta/Indexing stuff then copying again and so on.
Since a have some SSDs in the Rig I thought it might be nicer to have the D:\Seafile folder or its Indexing-Workload on a SSD just to speed things up and free the HDD from work.
- ist this possibile without reinstalling the Client?
- If not, do the existing Indexes stay okay ? if I reconnect both folders after reinstallation again?
- is this generally recommended as indexing should happen quite often and may shorting my SSD lifespan?
- yet I had dropbox Indexing the DB Stuff on my SSD ever since, so I think its not a big deal.
excited to here from your guys