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Are you replicating directly from, or to, the root of a volume? Windows sets the System and Hidden attributes on root volumes by default. This will be replicated between members of the replication folder group. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc773238(v=ws.10).aspx#BKMK_038
What is killing your server is not disk caching or ram usage per-se, rather the copy operation itself. In fact, non-dirty pages can be immediately reclaimed if memory pressure occurs. Basically, during the copy you are constantly submitting I/O requests faster than the disks can handle, bringing the system to a crawl. While disabling the write back caching ...
To answer what you want exactly, this will move 5,000 files into folders, starting with 1 and continuing until it runs out of files to move. Your last folder will most likely have less than 5,000 files in it. In powershell, untested, so YMMV. $filesperfolder = 5000 $sourcePath = "C:\Temp" $destPath = "C:\Temp\Sorted" $i = 0; $folderNum = 1; Get-ChildItem ...
The following will solve the problem, this has been fully tested on our continuous integration environment scp -rp src/. user@server:dest/ example scp -rp /usr/src/code/. firstname.lastname@example.org:/usr/dest/code/ Hope it helps
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