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  1. I tried plugging in my macbook air directly the the ethernet switch and i'm doing 11mb/s which is what i was expecting it to perform at. I also tried plugging the tower directly to the wireless router and having the macbook air connected through wifi(to reduce complexity), and the result is a super slow speed of 700kb/s With all these information, what could i do to improve wifi speed when accessing the tower
  2. Anything else you want me to add @Squid? btw, thanks for responding at all to this thread
  3. i'm using Filezilla to transfer through FTP and or SFTP using default port from a macbook air(if that even have any relevance) network setup: router plugs to cable modem, and first port is connected to an ethernet switch tower's new NIC single port is plugged to the ethernet switch macbook air connects wirelessly on 5ghz band background on previous readings comes from i believe 6.2.4 where when i transfer (through FTP, not SFTP), i could easily get more than 5mb/s(dont remember exact number) of speed. There is a limit of 2 connection(2 files transfer). Ho
  4. I'm out of ideas on how to solve this issue of slow speed. My connection is 150mbps down with 6mbps up normally, but my unraid box only capable of 6mbps on both. What i've tried: - new NIC(bought http://www.tp-link.com/us/products/details/cat-5520_TG-3468.html) thinking that it might be my onboard network that's broken - new clean install(delete almost all config, and copy paste new files from the zip) the new NIC didn't fix it, and clean install didn't fix it too. Can someone please help me? I've been using UNRAID for 5 years and never had this is
  5. i'm having similar issue: 100% shfs and all my shares/drives are reiserfs. poweroff, reboot are non responsive. the only option i can do is to manually turn off my server which will trigger the 10+ hours of parity check. On top of that, i'm also getting some errors when parity check finishes. tower-diagnostics-20170216-2125.zip
  6. I'm wondering if below stats are normal: all my drives are WD green 3TB. i don't have cache drive setup. i'm interested in knowing if adding a cache drive will improve this stats significantly or not. /dev/sda: Timing cached reads: 11988 MB in 2.00 seconds = 6003.55 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 56 MB in 3.07 seconds = 18.25 MB/sec /dev/sdb: Timing cached reads: 12502 MB in 2.00 seconds = 6260.80 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 380 MB in 3.01 seconds = 126.14 MB/sec /dev/sdc: Timing cached reads: 12616 MB in 2.00 seconds = 6318.38 MB/sec
  7. We cannot give specific advice, since you did not give us the version of unRAID you are using or the hardware you are using. Joe L. i'm using the unraid v5rc6 i think. definitely not the latest rc. and all my drives are 3TB WD green. i ran preclear before assigning the drives, making sure that it's good to go. took me like 20+ hours to preclear if i remember that right. thanks for advice #2. i think it's a good thing to do to make sure it's the right drive. i'll try to expand it one by one. and first by just adding the SATA controller without messing with any of t
  8. i currently have 2 data drives, 1 parity in my system. i'd like to expand it to 7 drives(already bought, with the sata controller etc). what would be the safest thing to do to make sure that i didn't lose any data. i don't mind rebuilding the parity if i have to. the previous setup was only connected through sata cables and no sata controller. i heard that for best performance, i should leave port 1 and 2 for the new sata controller. then the rest of the sata port will be used for the drives. is there a safe route i can follow to make sure that when i expand the data isn't lost(
  9. If your router has gigabit ports then you won't see a gain. For example, since my router messed up I'm using an old router that only has 100Mb speeds. When the switch gets here I'll wire the server and any hardwired connections to the gigabit switch, then connect the switch to the router. I'll see a gain(10x theoretical speed) by using the gigabit connection. This will not affect my internet speed because it doesn't come close to maxing the 100Mb cap of the router. If my router had gigabit, I wouldn't notice a difference because I would already have gigabit connections running to all wire
  10. wondering what's the benefit of using a gigabit switch versus direct ethernet cable to the router when accessing the files. my setup: unraid server -> ethernet -> router(aiport extreme) -> ethernet -> computer will this setup be better? unraid server -> ethernet -> gigabit switch -> ethernet -> computer and gigabit switch -> ethernet -> router how much improvement do i expect from using a gigabit switch?
  11. this might be a dumb question, but do i need to consolidate my library and offload that to the new share i created specifically for the itunes server, or do i just need to copy paste the music without me having to worry about it. i much prefer just consolidating my entire library to the share location. What i mean by consolidating is using itunes "consolidate library" feature which essentially moving over the current library metadata and files to a different location. if this is not how i'm supposed to use this plugin, what's the correct procedure then?
  12. if i can hug you digitally, i will. thanks for saving my sanity solution: connect LAN1 and LAN2 to your AEBS lan ports(this means, both of them need to be connected) set the network.cfg to use the DEFAULT settings that came from the .zip once you do that, inet addr will properly displayed
  13. nobody's willing to give me any pointer? or am i doing this the wrong way perhaps.
  14. Mobo: Supermicro X9SCM-F-O CPU: Intel i3 2100 RAM: Kingston 8GB DDR3 1333 PSU: CORSAIR Enthusiast Series TX650 V2 650W Case: Antec 1200 HDD: Western Digital 3TB green caviar x3 problem: inet addr isn't listen in the ifconfig eth0 diagnose: BIOS setup: default unraid version: unRAID Server version 5.0-rc5 AiO unraid network config: default ethernet connected at port that's on the bottom(not the one beside the usb, a post in here mentioned that he have problem with the one on the top) ipmi address is available from another computer. i can access them and login, and