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  1. I've made a few posts here in regards to a jbod vs full system or what jbod etc.... I've settled on a JBOD/DAS type of setup, but I have a few questions before making that decision final. Will the disks still spin down if they are not being used? If so, will this be common between let's say a SuperMicro JBOD (not a full system setup) or a Netapp DS4246 or DS4486? The other aspect I thought about was making sure the JBOD was turned on prior to booting up unraid. This kind of seems like something that would need to be done manually. Is there a way around the manual aspect
  2. I apologize if I don't have the terminology correct. I am looking to update to a larger system 30 disks + (rack mount) so I can take full advantage of unraid if I want to. I already have around 20. I currently have a "Full system in a case", but I am looking at something like a JBOD (netapp DS4246 or similar). Supermicro and I'm sure other companies also make them, but the netapp seems to be one of the more common ones. I wanted to go with the 6gb/s variation as opposed to the 3gb/s. I have a server I could use an LSA HBA to connect to the JBOD if I go that route. I could also go
  3. Unraid makes very few writes to the boot device as it runs in RAM. It's unlikely you'd get failures in either device, but I would rather have a dual sd card configuration because you have a mirrored copy of your boot device and the config files etc.... This is something very common in the enterprise industry. ESXi is run this way a lot of times on these servers.
  4. I was wondering about booting from a DELL dual SD card configuration (IDSDM). I will be moving my unraid setup that has been going for about 10yrs to new hardware in the next year or so. I'm doing some planning at the moment on how I want it setup. I recently acquired an R630 with the dual sd card configuration inside. These cards are mirrored (can be changed). There is a primary card that is booted from (slot 1) and then the secondary card is mirrored if anything on the primary card is changed. At boot, they are checked against each other and if anything is different then it will
  5. Anyone have opinions of the following? I have an extra R630 server and could utilize it for bare metal unraid and then use this for storage: NetApp DS4246 Disk Array Shelf 24 3.5" Trays, 4x PSU & 2x IOM6 https://www.ebay.com/itm/313568738383?epid=17031090392&hash=item4902273c4f:g:6x0AAOSwphxgypEK
  6. trying to find these cases is kind of difficult and they aren't really on normal marketplaces. I bet getting any kind of replacements parts would be next to impossible.
  7. Where did you purchase them at? I'm trying to find some of them, but I don't see their site when I search. I looked on ebay and amazon, but they are non-existent or slim choices
  8. Are these the cases you're referring to? https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2334524.m570.l1313&_nkw=Gooxi&_sacat=0&LH_TitleDesc=0&_blrs=spell_check&_osacat=0&_odkw=gooix+case
  9. By save space, I mean it will fit neatly in my rack and not have a non-form factor pc laying around that I have to stack on or next to something. My lian li case is HUGE, so it will actually save space in that regard as well. Thanks for the suggestion. I just picked up an APC UPS as well! a few of them, actually.
  10. I was hoping to get some opinions on a case? I'd like to get a rack mount case for my unraid setup. It currently has 20 disks. I've looked at the norco 24 disk (I think) in the past, but heard mentions that the quality isn't that fantastic. I've also considered the 36 bay supermicro case as well. I think I'd like to go with a case where I can change out the mobo etc.... as I want to upgrade in the future. I considered a high capacity server (tray wise / dell, hp etc..), but you're not really looking at being able to upgrade the mobo in that scenario. I've had my current supermicro
  11. No matter what I do the changes always revert back to warning and false. I'll change them, save it, load it and check and it'll stick but after a restart i'll load again and they're back to warning and false. Just curious, have you checked your log file. I get things like this that seem like this may not be a good setup for chia: 2021-05-28T21:03:53.497 harvester chia.harvester.harvester: WARNING Looking up qualities on /plots/plot-k32-2021-05-28-04-31-5bf78696718b97d9e9d0495d3812a4fe81d92b96b68024657e5184e2292dfa42.plot took: 13.229008436203003. This should be b
  12. If I change the config.yaml file and adjust the log_level to INFO, shouldn't it generate that log in chia/mainnet/log/debug.log? I've confirmed the change and restarted the docker, but still nothing I'm trying to use chiaharvestgraph in the docker in order to make sure that it is working properly and the times are good: https://github.com/stolk/chiaharvestgraph Are you guys telling your disks to NEVER spin down that you use to store plots on? I would imagine this would be VERY IMPORTANT as it can take a bit of time to spin up a disk. I created a share and s
  13. If I visit the document server URL it says that it is setup and working etc..... Nextcloud works just fine. One clue that I have managed to find is if I go into the developer tools in chrome then I can find that it returns 404 file not found. I'm completely stumped here as I have no idea what changed from the last year of it working. Edit: something interested as I've experience some weird behavior with chrome. It works perfectly in firefox. Any insight or others experiencing this? looking at firefox's debug I found the following along wit