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  1. Great thanks Squid!
  2. Hey all, unRaid has been running fairly smooth but I've got a few things in the Syslog I'm unsure about: Apr 26 18:05:53 Tower avahi-daemon[9261]: WARNING: No NSS support for mDNS detected, consider installing nss-mdns! and also this one: May 9 18:09:53 Tower root: Fix Common Problems: Error: Docker Application binhex-delugevpn, Container Port 58946 not found or changed on installed application May 9 18:09:53 Tower root: Fix Common Problems: Error: Docker Application binhex-delugevpn, Container Port 58946 not found or changed on installed application and also this one: May 9 18:11:16 Tower kernel: docker0: port 1(veth7ed9424) entered disabled state May 9 18:11:16 Tower kernel: veth3d0a169: renamed from eth0 May 9 18:11:16 Tower kernel: docker0: port 1(veth7ed9424) entered disabled state May 9 18:11:16 Tower kernel: device veth7ed9424 left promiscuous mode May 9 18:11:16 Tower kernel: docker0: port 1(veth7ed9424) entered disabled state May 9 18:11:18 Tower kernel: docker0: port 1(veth6f8025c) entered blocking state May 9 18:11:18 Tower kernel: docker0: port 1(veth6f8025c) entered disabled state May 9 18:11:18 Tower kernel: device veth6f8025c entered promiscuous mode May 9 18:11:18 Tower kernel: eth0: renamed from veth5f0ca19 May 9 18:11:18 Tower kernel: docker0: port 1(veth6f8025c) entered blocking state May 9 18:11:18 Tower kernel: docker0: port 1(veth6f8025c) entered forwarding state any thoughts on the above would be great
  3. Foobar2000 for my desktop PC and my HTPC, although I'm using Kodi more and more. Local library. Google Play Music for streaming, but only because they bought Songza and their awesome playlists. Generally I find the Google Play Music website/app to be frustrating and it always disconnects Bluetooth on our Android devices.
  4. Awesome! I've been wondering when this great script would get a plugin. Next stop, tuneables integration
  5. Is there a way to check SMART with unassigned devices and an external USB HDD? I get "can't read SMART attributes" when I click on the drive name. Cross posting this to unassigned devices.
  6. Is there a way to check SMART with unassigned devices and an external USB HDD? I get "can't read SMART attributes" when I click on the drive name. Cross posting this to Dynamix.
  7. I'm not too worried about that temp for the 48 hours it will take to preclear
  8. My 8TB is about 30% precleared. Max temp of 53 so far (prrclearing external via usb3)
  9. According to Reddit, these 8TB models available at Best Buy have WD Red's in them for $200 http://www.bestbuy.com/site/wd-easystore-8tb-external-usb-3-0-hard-drive-black/5792401.p?skuId=5792401 Reddit link:
  10. Thanks for the insight! Any idea which model is better for shucking?
  11. That means it would be good for a data drive but bad for a parity drive, right?
  12. Amazon has the "hub" model also on sale for $179 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HD6ZLQ6/ref=psdc_595048_t1_B01HAPGEIE
  13. Also I see this 8TB model is on sale for $179 at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HD6ZLQ6/ref=psdc_595048_t1_B01HAPGEIE Is it a different drive then the 8TB listed earlier in this thread? Are either drives appropriate for a parity drive in unRaid?
  14. Thanks for the input everyone! I'll definitely look at 6TB or 8TB drives. Since this will be my parity drive for quite some time, I think I should invest in a "NAS grade" drive like a WD Red. However, what are your thoughts on the 7,200 RPM NAS drives like the Ironwolf or WD Red Pro? Worth the extra $$$?? Harro: the 8TB drive you posted is one of the Seagate "backup" drives right? Aren't those supposed to be BAD to use as a parity drive?
  15. Hi Everyone, mITX unRaid user here. My motherboard and case support a 6 HDD array. I've currently got the following: Parity - 4TB 5,400 RPM standard drive Disk1 - 4TB 5,400 RPM NAS drive Disk2,3 - 4TB 5,400 RPM standard drive Disk4,5 - 2TB 5,400 RPM standard drive All drives are almost full except for Disk5 which is empty. Disk5 is also a very old, very slow disk which needs to go before I start to put data on it. Therefore I see myself in the market for one of the following: Option 1) Standard 4TB drive. This is my cheapest option, as they can usually be had for ~$99. It gives me 2TB of additional storage and replaces a 'must be replaced' drive. Option 2) NAS/high performance 4TB drive. This is my 2nd cheapest option. I would replace the parity drive with this NAS drive for additional durability/performance and use the current parity drive to replace disk5. Option 3) Standard 6TB or 8TB drive. This would replace the parity and give me easier future growth. Use the current parity to replace disk5. This is additional cost with no performance upgrade or immediate returns. Option 4) NAS/high performance 6TB or 8TB drive. This is my most expensive option but sets the array up for the best possibility for future growth. I don't have an exact capacity increase amount, but I would say I am putting ~2-3TB of data on my server each year. Therefore, if I get a single 4TB drive to replace my 2TB drive I have at least one year before I need to purchase another drive.
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