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  1. Awesome Gary! Thanks. May use a Fractal design 804 as the case. Just went on sale...
  2. True ... and many of us who build mini-ITX servers are very focused on keeping our power consumption as low as possible. For example, my Q25B system idles under 20w @garycase - hey Gary if you read this I am building a small system in the next couple weeks. No more than four drives and some headroom for a few docker containers. Just looking for MB/CPU and maybe Power Supply advice. What would be the best low(ish) power bang for the buck MB and CPU these days? Since I know you are an ECC memory fan let's assume ECC RAM as well. Thanks!
  3. What MB/CPU would people recommend if building in this case today?
  4. To improve the copy speed, add -W (--whole-file), to avoid calculating deltas/diffs of the files. This is the default when both the source and destination are specified as local paths, since the real benefit of rsync's delta-transfer algorithm is reducing network usage.
  5. I don't know what teracopy is but I think it's a windows program. Why would I pull all my data over a wire to a windows box and then push it back over the wire to a different disk on my unraid array? Why not ssh into you array and use rsync? Something like: `rsync -aAW --progress disk2 disk3` ?
  6. I hope another beta is due soon with the fix included. Seems like it's been a good while since the last one.
  7. I reported the same issue here: http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=37202.0
  8. I get an email every day with the following: error: skipping "/var/log/docker.log" because parent directory has insecure permissions (It's world writable or writable by group which is not "root") Set "su" directive in config file to tell logrotate which user/group should be used for rotation. error: skipping "/var/log/syslog" because parent directory has insecure permissions (It's world writable or writable by group which is not "root") Set "su" directive in config file to tell logrotate which user/group should be used for rotation. error: skipping "/var/log/vsftpd.log" because parent
  9. I keep getting emails with this: error: skipping "/var/log/docker.log" because parent directory has insecure permissions (It's world writable or writable by group which is not "root") Set "su" directive in config file to tell logrotate which user/group should be used for rotation. error: skipping "/var/log/syslog" because parent directory has insecure permissions (It's world writable or writable by group which is not "root") Set "su" directive in config file to tell logrotate which user/group should be used for rotation. error: skipping "/var/log/vsftpd.log" because parent directory ha
  10. Anyone having difficulty getting cache-dirs to start? I can't seem to get it rolling. I took the script version out of my go file already.
  11. Should I remove the old docker plugin? See attached image.
  12. Before I updated to 10a, version 10 showed I only had one single plugin (unRAID Server OS). After upgrading to 10a the old docker manager plugin seems to have "come back" and says it's out of date. Should I update it or delete it?
  13. FWIW I'd love to see this sooner rather than later!
  14. Ummmm... wow everyone is just way ahead of me. How do I convert my cache drive to btrfs so I can even fire docker up? Getting this error: Jun 19 19:56:36 Tower php: /etc/rc.d/rc.docker start Jun 19 19:56:36 Tower php: ERROR: Docker install path (/mnt/cache/docker) must be off a btrfs device
  15. One more question - I have searched all over and feel really dumb but I cannot figure out how to boot into "Dom 0" mode so Xen is working. I run headless and don't even have a monitor anymore where I could see the boot options - is that what I am missing? Anyway to set to boot with Xen support via .cfg or go files? I really have looked all over but most Xen posts seem to assume you have already booted properly to Xen mode. OK - after more digging I found you can edit syslinux.cfg from the Unraid GUI. Default settings below: default /syslinux/menu.c32 menu title Lime Technology
  16. Quick question - Do the "cache dirs" and "s3 sleep" plugins work with this beta? Anything I need I need to know about installing them if so? Thanks in advance!
  17. +1 Was expecting either the Unraid new WebGUI to be more polished, or the stock webGUI to be basic and SimpleFeatures be the "deluxe" version. At least tell us what the strategy is now.
  18. Anyone have a way I can get back to rc12a? This one will not sleep and resume properly. Once it sleeps and wakes up it is not accessible and I don't have time troubleshoot. 12a worked perfectly for me. Cheers, Dan
  19. Just so folks know... UnRaid has had a race condition problem with the plugin feature. I do not personally think its fixed yet and that is what I believe some of us are running into and why we have run the installer manually. If the network has not yet finished initialization by the time the install runs the installs fail. That's why it works when you run it manually (i.e. by then everything is up). I have a Supermicro board and I use DHCP to hand out addresses (even "static" ones) - it's just easier that way, and I think this slows my network initialization enough that the plugin
  20. Uhhh... I just flew for 7 hours but where do you put the core .tgz file? Nevermind - I see the core is now a plugin in the plugins directory since I downloaded the whole zip archive.
  21. It's because you named your UnRaid server "freenas". It's confused.
  22. Thanks Weebotech - I'll give that a try. Cheers.