SaltyCapn

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  1. So it's just the config folder I need to move then? That should be to hard. Would you recommend doing this through rsync as well? I know there is a place I can set the flash to export.
  2. I'm moving about 2.5tbs of movies and tv shows, along with my entire docker config. Thanks for the parity tip. Currently I just mounted the folders via mount.cifs in terminal and just running rsync. As I said the main problem is the activation key. I'm not sure what to do about that. I still have the old usb key but i'm unsure if once the data migration is complete if I can just plug it in or if I will have to transfer it somehow to a new usb.
  3. We use minio for our server software and then if you do not need to backup mapped drives cloudberry backup is a awesome piece of software. It runs as a service and you can specify almost any type of backup scheme you want and its free as long as you don't need mapped drive backup. This setup has saved me so much work its not even funny.
  4. If you want a free cloud system then nextcloud will be the best you can get. It is however a bear to troubleshoot as documentation is all over the place. if you want a simple set it and forget it system then the Synology would be the way to go. We have offered both as solutions to our clients and typically we end up going with a synology as it is much less of a pain.
  5. I've been running unraid on a server I had laying around with a hardware raid on it. I recently came across some enough parts to put together a true unraid system. I'm currently migrating my data from my old system to the new one. However my problem is I need to somehow use my key on the new trial system I have setup. I had to start the trial on the new system because I had to get my new array up and running. In addition I cannot just plug in the drives into the new system because they are all part of a logical volume on the old system with the hardware raid. I would have just moved the drives