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  1. Unraid is linux. Linux is free. Test with free linux. If free works... well... do you want/need more? 6.
  2. I read this because its marked [SOLVED]. Clearly, the OP didn't mark it solved. Who moderates this forum? On topic... I've never been able to make GUI boot work. Has anyone? 6.
  3. Need... (#) None of the above? (#) Other... Specify?
  4. I don't know what "toggles" are, unless it's "the thing" turning things off and on (like a light switch). Assuming I understand what we're talking about... I would be really careful moving data from "preferred" or "cache only" or "several other things" shares. I'm no expert, but I've learned to; run "Mover" before making changes that involve my cache drive(s), and everything seems to work out just fine. 6.
  5. To me, parity/redundancy is just a way to keep things running. I want my server to run 24/7/365 (366 on leap years). If ( when :( drives fail... I hope/expect unraid to make it easier to keep things running. Less down time, rebuild, etc... My backup is my *guarantee* that everything will, eventually, work again... period! 6.
  6. Constantly?... Maybe that's what I was missing... If I had only two (2) drives, I would use one for data and the other for backup. I wouldn't try to clone/sync one to the other, but think about what's important on the data disk (maybe stuff after downloading/processing) and only backup the stuff that is really important. At my skill level, on unraid, I would use LuckyBackup (as I do). It uses rsync that can backup/synchronize drives beyond my skill level. I guess my main idea is that I would choose backup over parity. I hope this helps.
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    My bad, only shows it when creating content. Reply with Unraid and/or Plex and/or Emby in your message. Then you can play with the spell checker. 6.
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    Plea is (Plex) on Unsaid (Unraid)... Spell check... On my screen, Plex and Unraid are "marked" spelled wrong; suggestions being, "plea" and "unsaid". Maybe I'm using the wrong web browser. What should I be using? 6.
  9. I have a plea server on unsaid, but unpaid isn't playing nice with pleb or embody. I don't understand why unafraid wouldn't play nice with flex or em-by or even finely? Sorry... I remember Windows 3 spell checker turning Hewlett Packard into Helmet Packer. One might say you don't care about your forum because it can't spell your name properly/right? 6.
  10. Drives fail. I thought I was smart having 2x500Gb SSD for Cache. I think I'll go 1x500Gb for cache and 500Gb backup after reading this. 6.
  11. A reverse proxy is hard to setup properly (for me). I didn't look at your logs. Does everything work on your local network? 6.
  12. It's my understanding that unraid has a memory check that's available when you log in with a monitor attached to the physical/actual computer running unraid. I know it's really there because I've seen it. Try running that. I'm scared to run it on my ECC ram. PS: I did not look at the files you attached. 6.