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  1. Can you explain further what you want to accomplish?
  2. Will this be posted somewhere so can fast forward/skip through? Watched the first 30mins before having to leave and didn't really get anything out of that.
  3. Is that per year? Was not aware Zoho did email aliases, they only list domain aliases in their pricing. Seems odd since they charge per user, assumed they would want to limit alias capability. Happy with mxroute so far, got on a lifetime deal for $99. Unlimited domains and email I assume for as long as they are in business or don't change the plan. They seem to be small and can be a bit aggressive in locking down abusers so their website wording reflects that. Other than that, I have a couple domains there with about ten email accounts so far. Domain DNS configuration would have been a pain as they don't really offer much in the way of instructions, but after setting up with Zoho on a trail basis got it all figured out using their instructions for DKIM, SPF, etc. config. Edit: Without doing the lifetime promo, their lowest tier is $40/year for 10GB storage and unlimited domains and unlimited email accounts.
  4. To update my search results for email hosting, I have signed on with mxroute for my email needs. They offer unlimited domains and unlimited email users with their plans. Pretty good experience so far, have two domains set up with email. Thanks again to those that replied.
  5. Just an FYI for those running BOINC with Snort/Suricata, apparently couple days ago a new rule was published that was blocking COVID-19 transfers with BOINC ET INFO Suspicious GET Request with Possible COVID-19 URI M1 I hadn't had any work on two machines in two days and the transfer queue was in continuous retry. Seems there is some malware going around which is why that rule was created and propagated. This particular case was directly tied to BOINC as the trigger so I have suppressed it and now back to crunching. If you are out of work units and the transfer queue is full, something to look into depending on what monitoring you have on your network.
  6. Thanks all. GSuites a bit much for home use ($6/user if I read it right). Going with Zoho for the short term even though it is more limited than I had with godaddy hosting. Free version has 5 users, but with only one having pop/imap access, the others are webmail only. Upgrade is $1/user to give all pop/imap access paid yearly so $60/year for 5 users which is ridiculous. Will look into vps and see about rolling my own and if its possible.
  7. For Zoho, you using the free or paid? If free, do you have access to pop/imap or just webmail?
  8. Place I am with now is getting expensive ($11/month) to host a domain for just email. Looking for suggestions for hosts that allow to bring in my own domain and have ability to host email with multiple non-business users/addresses. Thanks
  9. Drive issue not related to 6.8.2 upgrade as I did xfs check on all drives in maintenance mode before bringing array up after upgrade. Got a read error on disk 2 on array start so I rebooted. Drive came up and normal, but of course it is now disabled. No smart errors so just something the repair did (but no lost+found either on that disk either). Only options I have in 6.8.2 to bring the array online is to do a 'read check' which is a no-correct parity operation. Question is why does it force this as the only option instead of allowing a disk rebuild on the disabled drive? This seems new as I don't recall seeing this behavior on 6.7.2 and older. I need to rebuild the disk not read the emulated disk contents, or am I missing something? Thanks
  10. Thanks for a reply. Nothing I do does a ssh connection at 2am and nothing I do has a sustained open ssh connection to be disconnected. Don't even use ssh to unraid - use telnet from inside local network. Will disable it.
  11. Any idea what this might be? I was not up at 2am using ssh and no ports are open to unraid gui. Except for those two entries the logs are clean going back to the 15th. Doesn't look like a hack since only two attempts of whatever this is in almost nine days of uptime. Is this an internal ssh thing or something external triggered these log entries? "kex_exchange..." didn't net much in a search. Thanks Jan 23 02:00:31 Tower sshd[13206]: error: kex_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host Jan 23 02:00:32 Tower sshd[13281]: error: kex_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host
  12. Not sure if reported yet. When formatting ext4 says 64-bit filesystem support is not enabled: Jan 13 20:32:06 Tower unassigned.devices: Format disk '/dev/nvme0n1' with 'ext4' filesystem result: mke2fs 1.45.0 (6-Mar-2019) 64-bit filesystem support is not enabled. The larger fields afforded by this feature enable full-strength checksumming. Pass -O 64bit to rectify. Discarding device blocks: 4096/250050816#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010#010 629555{.....}done
  13. lol...yes and second sentence further from that was I started the array normally.
  14. I have the logs. Just had no need to post drive contents to the world. Lost 1.25TB on this drive. Perhaps a feature request is to halt parity when xfs reports first error so instead of parity protecting the corruption it keeps the parity intact as much as possible. Seven plus years with unRaid and first case of corruption and with xfs and data loss. No power loss, no unclean shutdowns.