neilt0

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  1. Yes, it's working well. I did have to add extra fans, IIRC. Otherwise it was too hot.
  2. I typically download 50GB + files and don't have that much RAM, so write the RARs to an SSD that's only used for this purpose. It's a 120GB drive I bought for cheap, so I don't care if it dies. Then I unrar to the array. My article cache is 2GB to hold 2x 1GB RARs before writing to the SSD.
  3. 4 connections is way low. What's your NSP? I need about 30 to 45 connections to max out my 320mbit line from the UK to my U.S. NSP. I download to SSD, extract to magnetic drives.
  4. I know. It didn't work! It has given me a prompt to tidy up my shares, so I've done that and am exporting my SMB disk shares as hidden and secure. In theory, ransomware could find the disk shares, but I think they're reasonably protected?
  5. No, I know what I'm doing and have used disk shares since 2009.
  6. How do I restore SMB permissions? The plugin didn't do it when I "OK"'d the ransom activation, My server is kinda borked now. :-)
  7. I do export disk shares over the LAN as I like to have all my (for example) Radio files on disk1. When triggering this, it has also made all the disk shares read only, including the cache share. That can't be right? How do I make at least the cache share writeable?
  8. Thanks for writing this. If I delete a bait file from a disk share (not user share), this doesn't trigger. Should it?
  9. Thanks for trying to track this down. I switched the button to tide. Pressing the button = a line in the log. Typing ./tide.sh works correctly and echoes, but the button doesn't echo. Does this shed any light?
  10. Thanks for the help. I hadn't really connected to a Docker in this way, so it's all new to me. Are the permissions wrong here, and if so, how do I fix? Thanks!
  11. Excellent, thanks! Got it all working. So I wrote a shell script "rightguard.sh" to turn on a light. That works on its own and DashBtn's log shows the correct button ("Right_Guard") is being pressed, but the script isn't being executed. Any ideas? rawSocket = socket.socket(socket.AF_PACKET, socket.SOCK_RAW, socket.htons(0x0003)) buttons={"14bb6e0684af_192.168.0.1":["Right_Guard",0,["/config/rightguard.sh"]], "entermacaddyhere_192.168.0.1":["TV - Tide",0,["/config/tide.sh"]], "entermacaddyhere_192.168.0.1":["Mickey Mouse - Glad",0,["/config/glad.sh"]]}
  12. No, the air exits out the back. I haven't finished the build yet, so that far side is not closed off. When it is, airflow should improve. I changed the rear fan to a more powerful one to aid the airflow. With 10 drives, some get a bit hot during a parity check (45 degrees for the 7200rpm drive), but that will improve once I'm finished. With 3 drives spun up, they're currently at 28 degrees.
  13. Did you mean unrar or par2 repair? I'd be intrigued if SABnzbd has multicore unrar. nzbget has multicore par2 and you can even choose how many cores it uses.
  14. It's a Silverstone CS380, not DS. The CS is quite new and very few people have one. I got the only one that was in stock at Amazon UK. I like it a lot so far. I have 11 drives in it (8 as standard, plus two in 5.25" to 3.5" hotswap trayless caddies, plus an SSD. It will accommodate an ATX board. I have a micro ATX from a Dell T20. http://silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=709&area=en
  15. Why is nzbget slow at post-processing? I'd look at that first. It's fast IME.
  16. I just put together a build with the new Silverstone CS380. I considered the 804,but went for this instead: http://silverstonetek.com/product.php?pid=709&area=en It comes with 8 hotswap bays and another 2x 5.25" bays (for a potential 3in2), total capacity 11 3.5" and space for an SSD cache drive. You get a backplane for the hotswaps that only needs 2x Molex for power. The SATA connections are locking, so it feels quite solid. Fans over the drives are not that pushy, so drive temps are higher than I would like (up to 45 during parity check), but I can live with it. One side is not totally closed off yet, so temps may improve.
  17. Option has been there since day 1 to pick your own names, file types, etc. Throw them into boot/config/plugins/ransomware.bait/bait Randomization is actually not a bad idea though... Ah, missed that. Thx.
  18. What if a ransomeware author reads this thread and codes the ransomeware to avoid modifying the bait files? How about an option to change or randomise file names?
  19. I did read that. Is it trying to backup to the Docker img? Perhaps your next reply can be even less helpful. [emoji51] [emoji120] [emoji90]
  20. I've Googled for an answer, but can someone advise why an inbound backup is failing? Config: * New build with unRAID 6.2 Stable * 2 drives installed -- 2x 8TB, 1 is parity. No cache drive. ~7TB free. fails: Thanks!