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  1. I've got four of these in very good condition, fans were replaced not long before the machine was decommissioned. Send me a message if interested. Shipping on these would be quite high so local pickup would be preferred. I also have two SuperMicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 Rev 1.01 boards that were in the machine along with these.
  2. Love how stable UnRaid has been for me over the last 10+ years. I just like a continued focus on stability and support of modern hardware.
  3. I've had a preclear running on a new 8TB WD Read drive and I checked a bit ago and things seemed to have gotten stuck, the preclear_disk process is pegged at 100% CPU I grabbed logs and attached here. TOWER-preclear.disk-20170714-1455.zip
  4. Did a new config and reassigned the drives in their proper location. Rebuilding parity just to be on the safe side.
  5. Thanks that sounds like a possible solution. I'm not really worried about having to rebuild parity in this case, just want to get the drive back without losing anything. I had considered the option of adding the new drive and doing a copy however the process of shrinking the array once the copy was done seems a bit daunting, at least from what I see here http://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/FAQ_remove_drive. The bit about the mover script confused me a bit, but I'm guessing that I don't need that if I were to move the data myself to a new drive first. In any case I'll do a
  6. I just tried to upgrade an old 1TB WD EACS drive to a new 3TB WD Red drive. I pre-cleared the RED drive 5 time and checked the SMART report and all looked fine so I stopped and powered down the array. I installed the new drive after removing the old one and powered back up. Everything looked ok so I assigned the new drive into the old one's slot and started the array. After some time I came back and checked to see how things were going and the rebuild had stopped and the drive was red balled. From the looks of the log the drive is having some issues even though it tested fine to begin wit
  7. Not sure what others have experienced. I bought one a month or so ago and ran it through a five cycle pre_clear and its been working like a champ in my array since then. Think if you get one and hammer on it with pre_clear right away you should be able to determine if its a dude or not.
  8. Can someone take a look at this syslog and let me know if I should be concerned about any of these messages, I'm seeing the warnings below and not sure what its telling me. Running v4.7 syslog-2011-03-01.txt
  9. I'm using these in mine; Coolink SWiF2-92P PWM Quiet PC Cooling Fan. Air Flow 15.0-38.7 CFM Noise Level 7-22.5 dBA I'm pretty happy with them.
  10. Sadly I haven't seen any in awhile, I've started considering the AZZA Helios 910 case as an alternative for the system I'm building for my brother. http://www.amazon.com/AZZA-Helios-CSAZ-910-Mid-Tower-Black/dp/B002RS4HVQ/ref=pd_ybh_5?pf_rd_p=280800601&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_t=1501&pf_rd_i=ybh&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=05T8Q57B70KGKHFNJA00
  11. Once I started usning cache_dirs I noticed a significant improvement in my XBMC responsiveness. For me another compelling reason to switch to SSD is that there's now one less thing making noise in my HTPC.
  12. Well in my case the SuperMicros fit just fine, the P80 has more than enough depth for them to fit. It looks as if the A77FA is almost as deep so you should be fine. I replaced the fans with these: Coolink SWiF2-92P PWM from QueitPC.com. You just need to make sure the fan has the four pin header.
  13. I opted for the EVGA H55V when I built my system around the 530. one PCIe x16, one PCIe x4 and one PCIe x1 plus one PCI slot, with five SATA ports onboard. Been running very smoothly with two of the SuperMicro AOC-SASLP-MV8 cards.
  14. I tried that but the front fans couldn't seem to keep them cool enough by themselves. Replacing the SuperMicro fans with some silent 92mm fans keeps the drive temps from topping 34C.
  15. Just finished up my new unRaid machine this week. Here's the Specs: Case: LIAN LI PC-P80 Black Aluminum Tower Mobo: EVGA H55V 111-CD-E630-TR LGA 1156 Intel H55 CPU: Intel Core i3-530 2.93GHz Heatsink: Thermaltake Silent 1156 CLP0552 92mm CPU Cooler Mem: CORSAIR XMS 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR3 PSU: SeaSonic X650 Gold 650W 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Modular HDD: 1 x WDC_WD20EARS 2TB 3 x WDC_WD10EACS 1TB 2 x WDC_WD15EADS 1.5TB 3 x WDC_WD10EADS 1TB Backplanes: SUPERMICRO CSE-M35T-1B Black (5in3) x4 SATA Card: