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  1. What I like changes from time to time depending at what stage I am at. Now it is VMs and Dockers. What I would like to see is the continued development of unraid (which I am sure is happening)
  2. Looking for an answer to this a well
  3. Have been a paid user for almost 9 years (2010). The best thing I like about unRAID is that I forget it is there 😊 although I like tinkering I only need to when I want and have time and not when the server asks for help - which it doesn't !!! Keep up the wonderful work.
  4. I have tried compiling for 6.4 and am having compilation problems... will continue to try.
  5. Sorry for the delay. I have other things on my plate at the moment. Released update. 2018.01.25 - Updated for unRAID v6.4 - Thank you Squid
  6. Just found this solution - I am running Windows 10 1709: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4046019/guest-access-smb2-disabled-by-default-in-windows-10-server-2016
  7. I have the same problem and do not want to reinstall windows. Started a few days ago. I can access other PCs and SMB shares from the "problematic PC" and I can access Tower from other PCs fine. Anything I can do to fix it?
  8. I though this would have been fixed by now... Would this also explain the first 2 issues as well? (preclear button not responding and retrieving information not completing)
  9. Hi, I have added a new 6TB HGST drive to my unRAID and have a problem running preclear. unRAID version 6.3.5 * When trying to run from unassigned devices I get no response when pressing the icon. * When trying to run from preclear under Tools menu the tool open but is stuck "Please wait... retrieving information!" * When trying to run from command line I get the device is busy error lthough it is listed under the -l option - see below: Linux 4.9.30-unRAID. root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/preclear.disk# preclear_disk.sh -v ./preclear_disk.sh version: 1.15b root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/preclear.disk# preclear_disk.sh -l ====================================1.15b Disks not assigned to the unRAID array (potential candidates for clearing) ======================================== /dev/sdf = ata-HGST_HDN726060ALE614_K1JW10YD root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/preclear.disk# preclear_disk.sh -c 2 /dev/sdf ./preclear_disk.sh: line 1337: /root/mdcmd: No such file or directory sfdisk: invalid option -- 'R' Usage: sfdisk [options] <dev> [[-N] <part>] sfdisk [options] <command> Display or manipulate a disk partition table. Commands: -A, --activate <dev> [<part> ...] list or set bootable MBR partitions -d, --dump <dev> dump partition table (usable for later input) -J, --json <dev> dump partition table in JSON format -g, --show-geometry [<dev> ...] list geometry of all or specified devices -l, --list [<dev> ...] list partitions of each device -F, --list-free [<dev> ...] list unpartitions free areas of each device -r, --reorder <dev> fix partitions order (by start offset) -s, --show-size [<dev> ...] list sizes of all or specified devices -T, --list-types print the recognized types (see -X) -V, --verify [<dev> ...] test whether partitions seem correct --delete <dev> [<part> ...] delete all or specified partitions --part-label <dev> <part> [<str>] print or change partition label --part-type <dev> <part> [<type>] print or change partition type --part-uuid <dev> <part> [<uuid>] print or change partition uuid --part-attrs <dev> <part> [<str>] print or change partition attributes <dev> device (usually disk) path <part> partition number <type> partition type, GUID for GPT, hex for MBR Options: -a, --append append partitions to existing partition table -b, --backup backup partition table sectors (see -O) --bytes print SIZE in bytes rather than in human readable format --move-data[=<typescript>] move partition data after relocation (requires -N) -f, --force disable all consistency checking --color[=<when>] colorize output (auto, always or never) colors are enabled by default -N, --partno <num> specify partition number -n, --no-act do everything except write to device --no-reread do not check whether the device is in use -O, --backup-file <path> override default backup file name -o, --output <list> output columns -q, --quiet suppress extra info messages -w, --wipe <mode> wipe signatures (auto, always or never) -X, --label <name> specify label type (dos, gpt, ...) -Y, --label-nested <name> specify nested label type (dos, bsd) -G, --show-pt-geometry deprecated, alias to --show-geometry -L, --Linux deprecated, only for backward compatibility -u, --unit S deprecated, only sector unit is supported -h, --help display this help and exit -v, --version output version information and exit Available columns (for -o): gpt: Device Start End Sectors Size Type Type-UUID Attrs Name UUID dos: Device Start End Sectors Cylinders Size Type Id Attrs Boot End-C/H/S Start-C/H/S bsd: Slice Start End Sectors Cylinders Size Type Bsize Cpg Fsize sgi: Device Start End Sectors Cylinders Size Type Id Attrs sun: Device Start End Sectors Cylinders Size Type Id Flags For more details see sfdisk(8). Sorry: Device /dev/sdf is busy.: 1 root@Tower:/boot/config/plugins/preclear.disk#
  10. Simple install apache web server and download and untar phpvirtualbox into the webserver folder.
  11. The numbers are for reference only so you know what bay you are assigning too, I could have used letters/symbols/words instead. They have (should have) no other meaning.
  12. I am running unRAID 6.3.5 without any issues (plugin version 2017.03.03)
  13. Started with a Spectrum 48K in 1982. and since from there to a 8088 then 486DX and since then things are fuzzy Started using unRAID about 7 years ago and indeed it has been like going back to childhood enjoying tweeking my PCs.
  14. Hello, I am having my first parity check errors (6400) A couple of days ago I had a power failure and UPS died. after restart I had read errors on a data disk but no parity errors during the power on parity check. Yesterday I had another power failure (UPS still not fixed) and the parity check after power on showed parity errors. Aside from fixing the UPS what do I have to do regarding the parity errors? Should I run another parity check with or without fixing? How do I know if the parity errors are due to incorrect data or incorrect parity values?