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  1. I know what I'm talking about because I already did it in the past on unRAID and tried it some years later again with unRAID. Between both I did it on Synology DSM. It's my personal experience. In v5 unRAID: I clicked on MySQL, Perl and PHPMyAdmin plugins (within unMENU) and - bang - everything was working. In v6 unRAID: Docker? Never used it before. VM? Don't know what it's good for. Added MariaDB docker and needed a day to find out that I need to start a docker program to issue my MariaDB commands. This is for the experienced one. Not for the typical NAS user with basic Linux skill. I'm pretty sure that you are way, way more experienced than I am. So please, speak for yourself only.
  2. Thanks for your answer. I gave up on that. After nearly four days I still have no running Perl with one additional module on my unRAID. 'make' was needed to add additional modules. And then started the pain. I had to manually install lots of additional Slackware packages. On top of that I had to try and error the modules that were needed to get that Digest:MD5 to install properly. In the end I was searching for libwww and gave up. My requirement was a working MySQL/Mariadb with a 20-lines-of-code-Perl script that creates a hash from files and inserts that in MySQL. Digest:MD5:File was needed for that. I had to use Docker (never used it before), Slackware packages were needed, Perl modules were needed. I'm pretty sure that this was easier in unRAIDs plugin system several years ago. I did use JoeLs unMENU to add MySQL, Perl and everything did work. Is unMENU no longer working on unRAID v6? At least I read that here. I moved that Perl script from my broken Synology NAS to unRAID. On Synology DSM this was a matter of minutes...
  3. Sorry, need to ask: What docker will give me MariaDB, perl and make? My two unRAID server are not VM-ready. I just need to run a perl script on my 99,9% NAS-only unRAID. That perl script needs one single additional module (Digest:MD5:*). Perl is running on unRAID with the help of NERD. CPAN is part of that perl package but 'CPAN install <module>' fails. Perl, that lives from thousands of modules, without the ability to install modules (or upgrade modules), is ... Count my votes for a 'dev tools type nerd pack'.
  4. Thanks for your fast answer. So there's no 'make' in NERD plugin, Community Applications nor unMENU - that doesn't work with v6 anyway? Hmm, what's the current repository on Slackware site? I will try to fetch that stuff myself. Thanks a lot. P.S.: I don't understand why there's a perl package in NERD but no way to upgrade/install perl modules ...
  5. I just installed the perl package from within NERD tools. Whenever I try to install additional perl packages or upgrade all installed perl packages I do receive the following error: Can't exec "make": No such file or directory at /usr/share/perl5/CPAN/Distribution.pm line 2243. Seems that 'make' is not installed. Is it possible to install 'make' with NERD tools? I'm on latest unRAID, NAS only, just one MariaDB docker and NERD plugin (perl, screen). Here's what I called prior the error message: cpan >upgrade Any help is highly appreciated.
  6. Using unRAID since nearly 9 years now. Mixing user shares and disk shares is no problem. Why whitelist the server? I do see the rest of the page. The disk shares are there. What's the difference with user shares?
  7. I didn't look on the Web UI Shares page for a long time. All disk shares are shown but no user shares. The global setting (Use user shares) is set. The config/shares folder on the flash has all the user shares. My Windows and Android clients see the user shares. The Web UI doesn't show them. What's happening? Diagnostics attached. Many thanks in advance. tower-diagnostics-20170305-1721.zip
  8. After update to 6.3.2 I do see these errors in my syslog: error: webGui/include/ProcessStatus.php: wrong csrf_token NAS only here. No docker, no plugins, ...
  9. The smart reports in my diagnostics files do contain the following error: smartctl 6.5 2016-05-07 r4318 [x86_64-linux-4.9.7-unRAID] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-16, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke, www.smartmontools.org ERROR: smartctl takes ONE device name as the final command-line argument. You have provided 2 device names: /dev/sdf Use smartctl -h to get a usage summary Did attach an diagnostics file. tower2-diagnostics-20170206-1008.zip
  10. Diagnostics command tried for the first time --> error. All smartreports do contain the following error: smartctl 6.5 2016-05-07 r4318 [x86_64-linux-4.9.7-unRAID] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-16, Bruce Allen, Christian Franke, www.smartmontools.org ERROR: smartctl takes ONE device name as the final command-line argument. You have provided 2 device names: /dev/sdf Use smartctl -h to get a usage summary
  11. Ok, this one is ok for me: for d in /dev/sd?; do echo "$d " "$(udevadm info --query=all --name=$d|grep ID_SERIAL_SHORT=)"|awk '{if ($1 !~ /\/dev\/sda/){system("smartctl -A "$1" > "$3".txt")}}'; done
  12. I'm looking for a combination of linux commands that will find all attached devices, call smartctl for each device and will output a file per device. To make it perfect the name of the file should include the current date and the device identification. I tried the following command but I don't find the identification like "WDC_WD60EFRX-68L0BN1_WD-WX41D95PAC13": lsblk -d -n -oNAME,RO,MODEL | grep sd Any help is highly appreciated. ***EDIT:*** A little bit further now. Now I need to parse the output and create a smartctl call for every line giving a filename of the ID_SERIAL_SHORT as filename (with awk?): for d in /dev/sd?; do echo "$d" "$(udevadm info --query=all --name=$d|grep ID_SERIAL_SHORT)"; done
  13. Here's the screenshot.
  14. Do you have the Unassigned Devices plugin installed, it is causing some shifts in the display. No docker, no VM, no plugins except NERD pack for screen - pure NAS functionality.
  15. Small GUI glitch on 6.3. When watching the main page on a small display (e.g. Android tablet with Chrome) the buttons "Spin down" and "Clear statistics" are no longer column-aligned to the buttons above (e.g. History). They move to the right a little bit. Can send a screenshot if neccessary. TIA
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