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I am trying to copy 200 GB single .bak files using ROBOCOPY.
When i test with single file (200 GB) it, took 2 Hrs. to copy from Source to Destination (this is NAS)

Then i took the SQL backup of same file with stripe, Like
dbpart1.bak
dbpart2.bak
dbpart3.bak
dbpart4.bak
dbpart5.bak

each file is around 40 GB.

Then i created 5 separate robocopy scripts and executed separately. Eventhough it tooks same amount of time.

c:\windows\system32\robocopy /V /R:0 /W:1 /LOG+:SQLbackup_part1.txt \\source\backup  F:\Backup *part1.bak
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The Adaptec Raid Controller Stripes failed for some reason, the controller details are given below. It is a live server, please give any suggestions to fix the problem without data loss. Restoring data on new disk/server is highly complicated.

Controller Model                  : Adaptec 5405


Logical device number 0
   Logical device name                      : DATA
   RAID level                               : 5
   Status of logical device                 : Optimal
   Size                                     : 571382 MB
   Stripe-unit size                         : 256 KB
   Read-cache mode                          : Enabled
   MaxIQ preferred cache setting            : Disabled
   MaxIQ cache setting                      : Disabled
   Write-cache mode                         : Enabled (write-back)
   Write-cache setting                      : Enabled (write-back)
   Partitioned                              : Yes
   Protected by Hot-Spare                   : No
   Bootable                                 : Yes
   Failed stripes                           : Yes
   Power settings                           : Disabled
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I need to integrate Apple Pays decrypted Payment Token Format into a Stripe Rest API call. This does not require any Stripe SDK's or JS files. The raw apple pay token information has already been decrypted ready for stripe to process via 'Source', 'Token', 'Charge' etc. Stripe support will not disclose the solution but acknowledge its possible, why, i am not sure? Spreedly does exactly as i am describing with Stripe, passing in the information below, but how is it correctly structured?

This is the what a decrypted Apple Pay payment token format looks like:

{"applicationPrimaryAccountNumber":"4xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx","applicationExpirationDate":"211130","currencyCode":"840","transactionAmount":1000,"deviceManufacturerIdentifier":"000000000000","paymentDataType":"3DSecure","paymentData":{"onlinePaymentCryptogram":"/random+stuff=","eciIndicator":"7"}}
payment-token-reference.jpg
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Hi,

I'm building a basic marketplace at the moment, however there are 3 parties involved in every product / sale.

When a customer purchases a product, let's say for $100 I need to split the $100 three ways on the fly:

- party 1: 70%
- party 2: 20%
- party 3: 10%

I was hoping to use Stripe so that each party could connect to the platform using Stripe Connect but Stripe have said that they do not allow payments to be split like this unless the platform owner is keeping the majority of the funds. I do not want to handle any of the payments... I want them split on the fly.

Can anyone recommend a payment processor that will support this? Thank you in advance for your help.
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Stripe

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Stripe is an Irish technology company that allows both private individuals and businesses to accept payments over the Internet. Stripe focuses on providing the technical, fraud prevention, and banking infrastructure required to operate online payment systems. Using Stripe, web developers can integrate payment processing into their websites without having to register and maintain a merchant account. Application programming interfaces (APIs) have been created for a wide variety of common languages.

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