Last week the new OneDrive 64 bits version was released. I could not find any information about the 300k limit or if the limit was gone so I decided to test it myself.
Let’s see how the new x64 bits OneDrive is handling a lot of new files… something like:350.000
And how the .dat file will be growing when all the files are uploaded. I created multiple batches to create a lot of files to multiple OneDrive folders.
UPDATE 13-04-2012 16:45
I guess it will be a long day after all ….
UPDATE 14-04-2012 8:30
Uploaded 230.000 files until now and still going strong … the .dat file is 266 mb big
UPDATE 14-04-2012 15:45
Onedrive is done syncing with the 308.000 files to Onedrive. First I Rebooted the device to be sure OneDrive was still working.
After the device was rebooted I wanted to know the size of the .dat file. As shown below, almost 350mb.
And onedrive is still working? It still works… but expect nothing more. I created some new files and it took some time before onedrive uploaded them…
After some patience.. the new files were uploaded successfully. I tested it multiple times, sometimes it took longer than the first attempt.
It looks like the problems with the 2 GB .dat file are resolved with the new x64 bits version. But the performance is far from great when Onedrive is busy syncing… But what do you expect when you have more than 300k files synced :). But I guess with the old version this was definitely not possible. So hooray for Onedrive!.
I also wanted to be sure when I would create a file in Onedrive online it would sync back to my device. So I created some new word files in the online version of OneDrive, they were created without any problems and almost immediately synced back to my device.
Please let me know if anyone else tested it. For now I hope we will receive some feedback from Microsoft about this soon