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  1. Finally, something not MS’ fault. :)
  2. I have searched and found posts where VMs, dockers, etc, were discussed but nowhere could I find the basic question about the most basic of uses for unRAID, i.e. to store, safegueard and serve up my media content: Is unRAID itself multicore/multithreaded "aware" and does unRAID perform better with processors with those characteristics? Further context (or reiteration of what I just said), unRAID will only spin the discs and stream the files on my local network to my A/V systems ... no transcoding, decoding codecs, nuttin' else. More context, I presently have an i3-6100 that I think is overkill and am looking to "downgrade" to ... my choice is between Pentium G4500T and Core i3-6100T. Yes, I am going for a 35w part. The single-threaded Passmark of those two are very close. The Pentium is dual core, single-threaded while the i3 is dual core/dual threaded. Jeff
  3. Hope not .. that’s what I use, presently with just 3tb’s.
  4. Instead of starting another perhaps too similar thread, this is my question as well. However, my specific interest is remotely monitoring the UPS and even auto shutdown (gracefully of course). Any “home” (read: reasonably priced) UPS have this?
  5. Thanks, all. It was fixed when all I did was to check each setting to make sure it was correct. I changed nothing! Yes, at the moment I completed visiting every setting, the shares appeared and were accessible from my Debian JRiver server box as well as from my Windows 7 workstation from where I move content to the unRAID. Jeff
  6. Umm, momentito. I can access the shares now on my JRiver Linux box. Need to step through the password dialog .. Nothing, I changed NOTHING and now everything works again. WEIRD.
  7. SMB is/was enabled "Yes (Workgroup)" SMB Security Settings for "Media" is/was set to "Export: Yes" And my user is/was set to read/write Still no joy, what's next?
  8. When I mentioned poking around, I meant in the GUI not logs. Will follow your above instructions .. fingers crossed.
  9. Poking around I noticed that there are no exported shares. I don't recall ever having any ... just user shares. Problem? Poking further, for the Share Settings for the Media "folder" (where all of my media contect is stored), I have SMB User Access set for my user ID and it is read/write. Under "Users" that user has a password set. I don't recall if any there ever were any Disc Shares listed in the Shares page. But worked swimmingly. Trying to do my due diligence while waiting for "analysis" ... I have no networkstats plugin.
  10. Attached deerhilltower-diagnostics-20190109-1351.zip
  11. Am using Windows 7 .. I thought it was 10 that they minkeyed with? I did find and execute the commands that enable SMB1, SMB2 and SMB3. I tried using the IP address in Windows ... but remember my Linux box can not access the shares either. And my unRAID is Linux as well, so it doesn’t seem like the problem is Windoze. Will dig into this more today.
  12. unRAID is Linux and my JRiver box is Linux, and the latter can no longer access the former’s shares. I’ll bet if I get that fixed Windows will again be able to access my unRAID shares.