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m-stream/usage/notes [2019_08_15 09:55]
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m-stream/usage/notes [2019_09_10 14:15]
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 # M-Stream Usage Notes # M-Stream Usage Notes
-Last updated on Aug15, 2019+Last updated on Sept10, 2019
  
-M-Stream is a File Fabric feature that speeds up the uploading, downloading and copying of very big files. Large files are split into pieces, sent in parallel over multiple streams, and reassembled back into a contiguous file or object at the target. In this way M-Stream maximizes network bandwidth, minimizes network latency, and increases resiliency, particularly for wide area networks. ​+M-Stream is a File Fabric feature that speeds up the uploading, downloading and copying of very big files. Large files are split into pieces, sent in parallel over multiple streams, and reassembled back into a contiguous file or object at the target. In this way M-Stream maximizes ​throughput over available ​network bandwidth, minimizes network latency, and increases resiliency, particularly for wide area networks. ​
  
 M-Stream is required to be activated by license key for the enterprise on-premises File Fabric. It is not available for the Software-as-a-Service hosted solution. M-Stream is required to be activated by license key for the enterprise on-premises File Fabric. It is not available for the Software-as-a-Service hosted solution.
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 * Filesystem (FS, Local block storage, StorNext, Ceph FS and many others) ​ * Filesystem (FS, Local block storage, StorNext, Ceph FS and many others) ​
  
-M-Stream will also accelerate the downloads to a Windows desktop running the SME Cloud tools version 10.5.10 or later, from one of the above providers+M-Stream will also accelerate the downloads ​from one of the above storage providers ​to a Windows desktop running the SME Cloud Tools version 10.5.10 or later and to a Mac desktop with version 4.8 of the SME Mac Tools. M-Stream also provides accelerated uploads through the Web File Manager when storage for which M-Stream transfers are supported is used
  
 ## Enabling M-Stream on Enterprise File Fabric ## Enabling M-Stream on Enterprise File Fabric
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 * M-Stream number of threads ​ * M-Stream number of threads ​
-  * Should be set to a max of 10 or ( vCPUs - 2) of web node, whichever is lower+  * Should be set to 10 or (no. of web node vCPUs - 2), whichever is lower
   * Enable Direct Upload: Should be set to Off   * Enable Direct Upload: Should be set to Off