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    good progress on this, im going to test my changes with a kicked off preclear on my (tortured) 250GB drive, if all good then i will release a new version with working notifications sometime thursday i would guess.
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    I don't use any of these dockers, but in general, you can get to the console (command line) inside any of your docker containers by simply clicking on its icon in the Unraid webUI and selecting >_Console.
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    I always recommend fewer larger drives instead of more smaller drives. Each additional drive requires more ports, more power and at some point, more license. And more importantly, each additional drive is an additional point of failure.
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    Ignore thos values, it's a Seagate issue with smart, the one to watch are reallocated, pending sector and crc error count. edit - see here http://www.users.on.net/~fzabkar/HDD/Seagate_SER_RRER_HEC.html and also:- Sent from my CLT-L09 using Tapatalk
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    Actually I enabled the Armor that day or the day before and now looking at the netgear portal it shows the report of the vulnerabilities within that time. Most likely that was the case. I'll change the title to something less scary... Thanks
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    Just am seeing this after an extended time off of the forums. Yes it did happen to work and continues to do so. Not sure why that had happened but backed up as soon as I had it working correctly just in case. (Do weekly backups regularly)
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    You can do that with two wires from the PSU of one to the other. Here is a commercial adapter, but you would need to custom wire it anyway because of the two different cases instead of two PSU's in the same case. https://www.newegg.com/p/35Y-000B-00009?Item=9SIA85V3DG9612&Tpk=9SIA85V3DG9612 You are connecting the power on signal wire and the ground wires on both supplies together. Technically if you can guarantee a solid ground through the mains power to case ground on both cases all you need is a single wire, as the signal to turn on an ATX power supply is simply grounding the specific pin on the 24 pin PSU connector.