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  1. Edit: ignore. I did not read the release notes of 6.8.0 All i needed was to call "bash" in front of the script. root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts/temp# bash ./script Hello, World! root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts/temp# Hi, Problem: I upgraded to 6.8.1 from 6.7.2 and now i am unable to run the user scripts directly from SSH. If i run the script through the user scripts web page it works. If I run try to run the script directly through SSH I get error permission denied. I am doing nothing different than previously than before and even tried a few other things. Script permissions: root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts# ls -la temp/ total 112 drwx------ 2 root root 16384 Aug 27 16:04 ./ drwx------ 33 root root 16384 Sep 11 12:39 ../ -rw------- 1 root root 946 Aug 27 16:04 .script.un~ -rw------- 1 root root 4 Feb 14 2019 name -rw------- 1 root root 20742 Jan 20 00:34 script -rw------- 1 root root 4645 Aug 27 15:56 script~ What i tried: Making new script - I can edit the the file so It seems i have R/W access but cannot execute. root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts/temp# chmod +x script root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts/temp# ./script -bash: ./script: Permission denied Newperms - doesn't work but i guess that is expected being a FAT32 partition root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts# newperms temp/ temp/ processing temp/ ... chmod -R u-x,go-rwx,go+u,ugo+X temp/ ... chown -R nobody:users temp/ chown: changing ownership of 'temp/script': Operation not permitted chown: changing ownership of 'temp/name': Operation not permitted chown: changing ownership of 'temp/script~': Operation not permitted chown: changing ownership of 'temp/.script.un~': Operation not permitted chown: changing ownership of 'temp/': Operation not permitted ... sync completed, elapsed time: 00:00:00 I don't know if i'm looking the right direction but Googling it says the USB drive needs to be mounted with the correct permissions. Any ideas? Thanks
  2. Hi, As some have probably seen, there has been discussion somewhat recently about about Fusion io driver support in UNRAID. The way i interpenetrated the discussions, its unlikely to be supported/reliable unless someone puts in a lot of work. Basically Fusion io would be an excellent cache drive but the requirement of a Slackware driver means using this will not work in UNRAID without a lot of work. However if you are using Windows 10 or ESXI these work great with the manufacturer provided drivers. Currently i run my UNRAID as a VM on ESXI host with my PCIe HBAs passed through so UNRAID can see all my disk shelfs as if they were running bare metal. My idea is that since these Fusion io drives work well with ESXI, what if i instead of passing through the whole PCIe drive i just make a VMware virtual disk on it and attach that to UNRAID. VMware would act like some sort of translation layer that would allow UNRAID to see a generic drive of the approximate size and performance of the Fusion io drive without having to load its required driver to communicate directly. I understand some drive information will not be accessible from UNRAID since it will see it as a generic vdisk, but i am hoping this is not a problem since VMware will be able see the actual drive information and handle all necessary functions. Though my question is about [ Fusion io drive <-> VMware vdisk <-> UNRAID ] i think it can be opened to generally any drive using a hypervisor as a translation layer, not just Fusion io and VMware. I would love to try this on my own but i don't own any of the Fusion io drives. I was hoping to get enough of a general verdict here before i decide to purchase them or not. Yes, the goal would be to get a pair and mirror them because, well that's what i want to do. No, i am not interested in the Oracle F20/40/80/160/320 series for various reasons. Pro's/Con's? Am i overlooking something or drawing false ideas? thanks! Links to other Fusion io in UNRAID topics https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/fusion-io-iodrive-ii-1-2tb-drives-0-09-or-0-08-gb.23423/page-6#post-244608 https://forums.unraid.net/topic/85308-fusion-io-drivers/