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In the “Settings” section, you can find four main configuration areas:

  • Cache Location;
  • Interfaces;
  • Volumes;
  • Shared Folders.

Cache Location

In this area, you can set up cache preferences. You can view the list of your local caches, including each cache folder location and size, and also perform the following actions:

  • Add new cache folder location;
  • Edit cache folder location;
  • Turn cache encryption on or off.

To add a new cache folder location:

  • Click in the blue button “Add new location”;
  • On the window that appears select the desired location on your computer to create a new cache folder;
  • Confirm the new cache folder location by pressing “OK”.

Note: Only one cache folder can exist per disk.

To edit the cache folder location, click on the blue pencil button. A new pop-up appears with the following information available:

  • Cache location;
  • Disk name;
  • Size;
  • Used cache size;
  • Available size.

You can, as well:

  • Clean the cache folder by selecting the “Clean Cache Location” option;
  • Select the option “Use whole available disk”, or
  • Define a maximum cache size.

When all the changes are made, click on “Save Changes”.


In this area, you can turn on or off the accessible storage interfaces that were defined on the Dynamic Storage Platform:

  • Desktop;
  • S3 API;
  • NFS (coming soon).


In this area, you can choose which volumes created on the Dynamic Storage Platform are visible on your device. You can toggle on or off each one.

Shared Folders

In this area, you can choose which shared folders are visible on your device. You can toggle on or off each one.

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