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  1. Isn't Krusader running inside in a Docker? If so, then you dont have unraid system mapped to it's volumes. Or is that from running in GUI mode?
  2. Also, if you read the first page of this thread you should notice the following post:
  3. Enable advance/docker search in CA and then put in the words "homebridge". It should come back with similar results to the following direct search that's shows 119 registries matching the keyword of "homebridge": https://hub.docker.com/search/?isAutomated=0&isOfficial=0&page=1&pullCount=0&q=homebridge&starCount=0 Also sort of related to this, if you read through the forums you will see one of the more popular related docker containers for is called NodeRed -- here is their official docker: https://hub.docker.com/r/nodered/node-red-docker/ It is typically used to provide GUI-based programming of your home automation.
  4. I have had stable systems with the Dell H310 Perc flashed to IT mode. Never had to do any of the tap-tricks on my server motherboards, only on the bargain level mini-itx boards.
  5. You need to close out any browser windows from before the upgrade and need to make sure all your plugins are updated.
  6. Upgraded from 6.2.4 the moment 6.3.4 was available and haven't encountered any issues over the past few days. Well done!
  7. There's at least 198 Docker Repositories registered that mention Asterisk -- https://hub.docker.com/search/?isAutomated=0&isOfficial=0&page=1&pullCount=0&q=asterisk&starCount=0
  8. If you mean "move" then I would say move the physical drives. If you mean "copy" then I would say look into the various means of copying like rsync or the other backup docker programs.
  9. You should be able to run the preclear plugin even with the array not started, no? Or did you mean just remove the plugin from your prod box?
  10. Use hard drives developed sometime in the past 4 years? I've had Parity Check speeds more than 100 MB/s for nearly 3 years now ever since upgrading from 2TB drives to 4TB drives. Here's my parity check speeds at first using 5 HGST 4TB 7200RPM drives and then with a mix of 3 Seagate 8TG Archive drives with the 5 HGST 4TB 7200rpm. notice the average speed is above 100 MB/s even when adding slow archival drives. 2017-05-01, 21:32:46 18 hr, 32 min, 45 sec 119.8 MB/s OK 2017-04-26, 12:35:31 18 hr, 31 min, 55 sec 119.9 MB/s OK 2017-04-01, 11:43:17 8 hr, 43 min, 16 sec 127.4 MB/s OK
  11. Look into Turbo-Writes.
  12. There's been some known issues with Marvel controllers interfering with DIMMs, so if you have one/two then start looking at that.
  13. A good starting point would be from @NAS s post in the Accelerator Drives thread. I would start with a "find" command and piped to exec. The -ls parameter does a file listing of the results. So to find all the files larger than 10 Megs in size and give a listing: find /mnt/user/Media/ -type f -size +10M -ls To find files smaller than 10 Megs in size and give a listing: find /mnt/user/Media/ -type f -size -10M -ls Other units available for size is 'k' for Kilobytes, 'c' for bytes, 'M' for Megabytes, and 'G' for Gigabytes. To change permissions to READ only for files larger than 10 Megs in size: find /mnt/user/Media/ -type f -size +10M -exec chmod 444 {} \; Then to change owner to ROOT for files larger than 10 Megs in size: find /mnt/user/Media/ -type f -size +10M -exec chown root {} \;
  14. I like it. I think I'm going to do exactly that on my media shares for any file larger than 100 Megs (or whatever size is just a bit larger than the trailers videos). I might start off with the scripts for the Accelerator Drives but invert the checks and change out the action so it operates on the large files instead.
  15. There is a video for opening the Seagate External units posted in a couple of the Seagate Archive threads. I even reposted it within the last month.
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