PeterB

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  1. I always post-process my downloads, for instance, to add subtitles into the mkv or change parameters, synchronise tracks - that's when I make a copy of the mkv in my Movies or Series shares. In any case, I wouldn't want to upload from the same location as my library.
  2. Deluge has a very functional "move on completion" facility. Look in Deluge -> Preferences -> Downloads. No script required. Doing the move from deluge ensures that the torrent continues to seed. It works for me! /LeechTorrents is a 'cacheonly' share. /Torrents is a normal, protected, share.
  3. Have tried just putting the modprobe command into your go file?
  4. To the best of my knowledge, all releases of this docker container, for the last several months, have been based on Deluge v2.0.4.dev38. This would include all builds implementing PIA 'nextgen'. One question for Binhex to answer - what would happen if we went into the running container and used apt to install an alternative version of deluge?
  5. Ooo, this has just prompted me to look at the TrueNAS website. Promises NFSv4 support! Perhaps, after more than ten years using unRAID, and putting up with regular failures with NFSv3 shares, it's time to consider moving on!
  6. Yep, working for me, now. Many thanks, sir!
  7. Sorry - with Debug on! DelugeVPNLog.txt
  8. Latest is failing for me - PIA/Wireguard It just hangs, seemingly for ever. DelugeVPNLog.txt
  9. Since PIA no longer support L2TP for my router, I'm still looking for alternative VPN providers. PureVPN appear to have strong support for L2TP, but I read here of people having issues with DelugeVPN/PureVPN. Does anyone have this working satisfactorily, perhaps with their port-forwarding add-on?
  10. Here's an interesting thought .... Part of the reason for urgent replacement of parity drives is that my Parity2 drive appears to have failed. The parity drive which has failed (a relatively new drive), and this new drive which has failed Preclear are both on the same SATA disk interface card - a two port generic Asmedia device, purchased from China. Perhaps the issue is with the SATA interface? I think I should try moving both of these drives to other SATA ports.
  11. So, is there any way I can determine what caused the failure? Do I just re-run the Preclear? The other drive is still running the Post-Read, at 58%.
  12. I am running preclear (gfjardim's plugin) to test two new drives for use as parity drives. One of the drives has just produced this: ############################################################################################################################ # # # unRAID Server Preclear of disk V9GXAXWL # # Cycle 1 of 1, partition start on sector 64.
  13. Not for me. I leech to a cache-only share and seed from the array.
  14. That makes sense. Since the first stage of my storage extension involves replacing the parity drives, I have ordered two 6TB Red Pro drives. I will consider further when the time comes to procure new data drives.