I am looking to implement the FileSystemWatcher in some large corporations with 5000-100000 users across as many as a few hundred data servers. I appreciate there will be bottle necks when coming to evaluate my data - I will cross that bridge later. Does anyone have experience using the FileSystemWatcher on a large scale? Is it reliable? I have read something about catching errors to ensure all activity can be acknowledged.
There are many more issues with the FileSystemWatcher. It not only misses some files, it would raise multiple events for the same file. As a test, watch a directory in a sample program and then use notepad
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