when you install torrentflux brt it creates a share, if you then tell that share to use the greyhole pool, it writes it to the config file, but then if you uninstall torrentflux brt it doesnt re-edit the config file for greyhole so greyhole poops. users can manually edit the greyhole.conf file to remove the share and then restart greyhole.
#1 Updated by Zeiva about 10 years ago
Its generally not a good idea to use Greyhole for torrent shares since those are in a constant state of change and Greyhole would constantly try and sync these changes to the pool. You could use the Freeze function for greyhole on that share to ensure it doesnt pound the drive constantly trying to keep up.
Might be a good idea to make torrentflux and other apps like it aware of greyhole shares and if possible deny those shares the ability to be included in Greyhole.
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