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  1. cool I just switched SMB on, re mounted my drive, and pointed time machine to the same share that way all the history was there, and i could go back in time over 3 years if i needed
  2. Sorry mounting is the correct terminology, connect to server, enter smb://ipaddressofnas
  3. I had similar issues but it’s been rock solid since I changed. The key was that once smb enabled, you have to remap the share, then time machine will see it.
  4. AFP has been depreciated, so eventually won’t exist
  5. thanks for this - works perfectly
  6. hi, yep, it worked fine, and its now seen all the old data, so im really happy. I think for me, the bit i was missing is initially mapping then as share on the mac - i just opened time machine and expected it to appear - makes sense i guess, but after i mapped it, and the mac knew about it, it appeared, and worked as expected!
  7. yeah, if i could help it, i didn't want to blow away the 3 years of backups i have on there, I've started it off, and it seems to have found it i think, has half hour left to run, so will report back later and let you know the status Seems that TM only understand what's on the disk when it starts the backup, goes off to interrogate or something like that!
  8. With your tip about mapping the drive first - i too can now see my SMB drive in time machine - that was the key there! Only problem i see now, is that I'm setting it to backup, and it doesn't seem to see the data that's on there, so i have to create a whole new backup which doesnt seem right
  9. Im struggling to get my SMB time machine share to appear also. Ive done all the settings in SMB and when I go into Time Machine, there is no share to find - if i switch on AFP - it works fine. Ive tried rebooting unraid - rebooting the mac in question, neither makes the share appear
  10. thanks - where does all the data go then, i dont get that in 12 hours, my LibreNMS VM has written 14.55 GB worth of data according to this iota app, and yet the available space on the SSD hasn't reduced by 14GB, Unifi has apparently written 7gb etc,
  11. Forgot to mention. The trim plugin is installed and scheduled to run every day
  12. Thanks for replying. It’s connected to the motherboard. The machine is one of those small HP N40L microservers.
  13. I made a post before, summary is that I've had a Crucial MX500 installed as a cache drive for just under 3 months, and the SMART data is saying that i have used 17% of the SSD's life, and i have 83% remaining. Specs of the drive suggest an endurance of 100TB Total Bytes Written (TBW), equal to 54GB per day for 5 years. Considering i don't write a massive amount to the device anyway, this should be fine. On my SSD as cache, i have my docker image (21gb in size), with things like SAB, Sonaar, Radaar, Emby installed, and i have a VM with Linux running the SNMP app LibreNMS. I have done an iotop on the machine, and have had it running for 4 hours in cumulative mode, and have the below output: Total DISK READ : 0.00 B/s | Total DISK WRITE : 148.68 K/s Actual DISK READ: 0.00 B/s | Actual DISK WRITE: 141.92 K/s PID PRIO USER DISK READ DISK WRITE> SWAPIN IO COMMAND 5479 be/4 root 128.16 M 2.52 G 0.00 % 0.16 % qemu-system-x86_64 -name guest=LibreNMS,debug-threads=on -S -object secret,id=masterKey0,format=raw,file=/var/lib/libvirt/qemu/domain-1-LibreNMS/m~rtio-balloon-pci,id=balloon0,bus=pci.4,addr=0x0 -sandbox on,obsolete=deny,elevateprivileges=deny,spawn=deny,resourcecontrol=deny -msg timestamp=on 8623 be/4 ortonr 172.58 M 1382.31 M 0.00 % 5.13 % afpd -d -F /etc/netatalk/afp.conf 5741 be/4 nobody 73.76 M 1376.48 M 0.00 % 0.01 % bin/mongod --dbpath /usr/lib/unifi/data/db --port 27117 --unixSocketPrefix /usr/lib/unifi/run --logappend --logpath /usr/lib/unifi/logs/mongod.log --bind_ip 127.0.0.1 4430 be/0 root 85.92 M 794.06 M 0.00 % 0.05 % [loop2] 4451 be/4 root 0.00 B 571.91 M 0.00 % 0.06 % [btrfs-transacti] 4318 be/4 root 168.00 K 435.67 M 0.00 % 0.03 % [btrfs-transacti] 4222 be/4 nobody 9.77 M 194.32 M 0.00 % 0.01 % mono --debug NzbDrone.exe -nobrowser -data=/config 3595 be/4 nobody 4.79 M 116.98 M 0.00 % 0.01 % mono --debug Radarr.exe -nobrowser -data=/config 8624 be/4 nobody 292.00 K 95.03 M 0.00 % 0.00 % cnid_dbd -F /etc/netatalk/afp.conf -p /mnt/disk3 -t 6 -l 4 -u ortonr 4607 be/4 nobody 6.50 M 16.88 M 0.00 % 0.00 % java -Xmx1024M -jar /usr/lib/unifi/lib/ace.jar start 5520 be/4 daemon 1360.92 M 5.88 M 0.00 % 0.00 % EmbyServer -programdata /config -ffmpeg /bin/ffmpeg -ffprobe /bin/ffprobe -restartexitcode 3 15808 be/4 root 8.00 K 5.08 M 0.00 % 0.16 % [kworker/u8:2-edac-poller] 25610 be/4 root 49.00 K 3.07 M 0.00 % 0.01 % [kworker/u8:0-btrfs-endio-write] 2306 be/4 root 0.00 B 1168.00 K 0.00 % 0.01 % [kworker/u8:3-btrfs-endio-write] 4464 be/4 root 0.00 B 940.00 K 0.00 % 0.00 % dockerd -p /var/run/dockerd.pid --storage-driver=btrfs --storage-driver=btrfs 7201 be/4 root 0.00 B 640.00 K 0.00 % 0.01 % [kworker/u8:1-btrfs-endio-write] 4317 be/4 root 0.00 B 192.00 K 0.00 % 0.00 % [btrfs-cleaner] 4347 be/4 root 1349.72 M 8.00 K 0.00 % 0.03 % shfs /mnt/user -disks 7 2048000000 -o noatime,big_writes,allow_other -o remember=0 4145 be/4 root 0.00 B 0.00 B 0.00 % 0.01 % emhttpd 4206 be/4 root 0.00 B 0.00 B 0.00 % 0.06 % [unraidd] 4285 be/4 root 2.75 M 0.00 B 0.00 % 0.00 % [xfsaild/md3] the biggest process writing data seems to be LibreNMS, and the VM i have running, which it recons has written 2.52gb in 4 hours, so just under a gig an hour. Even if that was a gig an hour, that's only 24gb per day, the other seems to be Unifi Docker, which has done 1gb in 4 hours, again, not a lot. i can't understand why the drive is reducing its lifespan so quickly. With the above writes, it should last the 5 years that say it will last, but based on the smart data, its only going to last 1 year. Plus, if LibreNMS is writing 2.52gb in 4 hours, (so say 20gb a day), where is all that data? The SSD is only 250gb, the SSD would be full in 10 days if this amount of data was being written? Cant get my head around it at all
  14. Thanks that sounds more feasible, but still seems like a Fast reduction in its life span, 15% used in 2 months, it’s not going to last 2 years at this rate