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    Slow "counting number of directories to scan"

    I've just installed the fab EduSweep 2.2 on a new system which has something like 3TB worth of pupil data - so yes, a lot.

    It has been stuck on "counting number of directories to scan" for 3 hours so far though, so should I assume the program has crashed or could this be normal?

    It's only using about 9MB of RAM and 1% CPU, though "Resource Conservation Mode" is enabled.

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    Nope, it wasn't crashed/hung, it took 3 hours and 50 mins to go to the next stage.
    This may be useful info for someone else later though.

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    I really streamlined this in the upcoming 2.5 release, scanning should start instantly even on huge directory trees.

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