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  1. I just set this up and am starting to consider what I should be backing up. I like the idea of a full system image, but frankly I probably don't need it since I can pretty easily re-install Windows and re-download Steam I'm curious what everyone else is doing--full images? Documents/Pictures only?
  2. Sorry for the delay--been busy. I'm using Milestone with two Dahua 1080p cameras, with plans to add more in the future. Milestone seems to be running fine, and I have no issues viewing the feeds via the software or the mobile app on wifi. On cell service the quality drops, but that is to be expected. I haven't passed through a GPU, but I'm not totally against the idea. I recall that it helps with the video rendering, but I don't know if its worth it for only two cameras. About the only complaint is that it generats a ton of video footage, as I record 24/7. I just finished setting this up, and that's the way I decided to go. Seems to be working great. Just gave the disk a name of 'security' and shared out the whole thing.
  3. I have a Milestone VM running on Unraid that I want to store the footage from. I don't think I really need parity, so where's the best place to store it? I'm thinking since I have an SSD cache drive that I'd like to reduce my writes on it, so maybe one disk through unassigned drives? TIA for suggestions.
  4. Having an issue with the Mordhau docker. I left all settings default and launched the server. I get stuck in a loop trying to start due to a missing file/directory. Any thoughts?
  5. Ok, that's basically where I am. I'm up on my firewalling and VLANing, but I do see a lot of folks using Letsencrypt and a reverse proxy and I'm not up to speed on those. Would that do anything for me?
  6. So I'm at the point where I'd like to start exposing some services externally. For instance I have a Windows 10 VM running Milestone for my security cameras, and a static IP from my ISP. I want to see the live view from the Milestone Mobile app, so I've port forwarded the two ports Milestone Mobile uses. I also run the UniFi controller docker, and have a couple of external sites I manage, so I've simply port forwarded the couple of ports I needed for that. Should I be handling these situations differently, or is this the best practice from a security standpoint?
  7. Alright here's a dumb one for your Saturday afternoon. I have an old Windows 10 VM that I want to nuke, however I need to double check that I have all my files off of it before I do. The catch is that I already reinstalled using it's activation code on another machine. So effectively I'd like to boot it up with no network and use an in browser console connection. Is this possible?
  8. Had another crash. Other than updates to dockers/apps, the only thing that changed is that I installed a pihole docker. Screenshot of the tail end of the kernel panic attached.
  9. I had a crash last night for the first time in years, so I'm a little rusty on troubleshooting (thanks LT?). Where can I find logs from the time of the crash? (~2:30a last night) I have the diags, but they don't seem to be showing me too much from the time of the issue. Attached. tower-diagnostics-20190208-1832.zip
  10. Has anyone ran across good solutions for cheaper, lower end gear to use as a secondary data backup server at a remote site? Something compact with 2-4 drives would be great. All data would be copied across, but no VM’s or Docers would be ran on it.
  11. No, you get the same updates as everyone else. If an update breaks something on your specific hardware and you're offsite and cannot fix it, that's you're problem, not unRAID's. You come off as incredibly entitled.
  12. Updates aren’t automatic. If you installed an update remotely and it broke something, that’s on you. This is server maintainance 101.
  13. Last I checked, 2TB on BB B2 was $10/mo, so it seems to only be cost effective if you need less than that. Otherwise, just stick with CrashPlan Business for your unRAID box, and backup all other machines to it. Other than that, I'm still researching.
  14. https://www.crashplan.com/en-us/consumer/nextsteps/ Anyone have suggestions for replacements?