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  1. Updated both of my servers without any issues. Looks great! Keep up the good work! 😃
  2. 110TB Media Server with a 108TB backup... Planning on building a new server with the headroom to run VM's and a PLEX Server (which is currently run of one of my HTPC's. Can't wait to build it. Just waiting for the issues with Threadripper to be worked out. =)
  3. Updated with no issue on my main system... Will update my back-up server over the weekend. Thank you!
  4. Upgraded both of my servers a couple of days ago with no issues... Thanks!
  5. Updated 6.2.4 ---> 6.3 on my two servers with no issues. Parity Checks ran and completed. Thanks for another smooth update!
  6. Not sure if this is explicitly because of the pre-clear updates, but I'm pretty these started showing up on the day of the pre-clear update. Any thoughts on this? root@NAS:/usr/bin# ls -la run* -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 1036 May 10 2016 run-parts* lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 16 Nov 5 18:29 runcon -> ../../bin/runcon* root@NAS:/etc/cron.daily# ls -la total 8 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 80 Dec 30 10:24 ./ drwxr-xr-x 48 root root 2600 Dec 25 00:03 ../ -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 3912 Nov 7 06:36 exportrotate* -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 129 Apr 17 2015 logrotate* None of the permissions on any of these is 644 or 444 - are they supposed to be? Neither of the two files in /etc/cron.daily contains the text "tor", so it doesn't appear to be something that is being called from there, and the only reference to "tor" in run-parts is in the word "directory". I'm a bit lost... Same issue here... =(
  7. Agreed, I also run 2 servers that are pretty dang close to yours. I have a bunch of 3/4TB reds too, and just made the switch to Seagate Archive drives. Haven't got them yet, still a bit worried about overall performance of them. No issues here with the 8TB Archive drives. Half of them have been in service for 6 months. They perform just as well as the Red's (with writes being just a tad slower). I use my servers for media storage so the slower write speeds are not an issue. I do wonder about longevity, but only time will tell. I figure, by the time these guys start degrading, I will have upgraded to bigger/faster drives. In fact, I am looking forward to getting my hands on a Seagate ST8000VN0002 once they drop down to a more reasonable price.
  8. I just wanted to say thank you to jbrodriguez for this great plug-in. I just completed the migration of almost 160 TB's of data across my 2 UNRAID servers while completing the upgrade to the XFS file system. Over 2 months of data movement and it all went along without a snag. Thanks again!
  9. Wow! Those stickers look great! In for two. =)