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  1. Fast forward 6 years. Any progress? Lots of nerdy crap in here. But no way to hook into the low level file system to know what's going on? Of course at first the cache needs to know what's there and read everything. Then afterward hook into the filesystem to always know what happens afterwards. I've been struggling with the add-on for years of never working right for me. Having low-level kernel support would be such a benefit. I'm surprised throughout all the years of Linux that it doesn't have some sort of file caching option already. I'm bumping this thread for future development
  2. Interesting thing is when I go to the web interface, I can navigate to the Shares and browse the root and maybe one more sub folder in. But once I get to actual files, just the hard drive that stores those files will spin up. That seems normal though.
  3. I just tried to access the drive letter from the command prompt. Six of the eight drives powered up right after. The directory paused a few times while the drives powered up. A few hours earlier I even had all drives powered up viewing all the folders so the names were all in the cache. And I have fresh install of Cache Directories, where the main items I changed from default are cache pressure to 4 and enabled Scan User Shares. Plus I've also updated to Win 10 and disabled SMB 1.0 to force SMB 2.0+. My last attempt will be to disable Samba altogether and only use NFS.
  4. I'll have to try that next. I uninstalled a few plugins and disabled ProFTP and SSD Trim. Of course I also uninstalled Cache Dirs to see what happens. The only plugins I have enabled now are Dynamix System Buttons and Community Applications. I just opened the mapped driver letter while watching the Array Devices in the web browser. Each drive powered up in numerical order, from 1 to 8. Windows timed out since each drive had to power up one by one. Maybe that's a normal process without Cache Directories, I don't know. I'll have to put CD back and try the process again.
  5. I do have a mapped drive letter to the share. Although when I access the share directly using \\IPADDRESS\ it still does the same thing. I checked my mapped drive properties and the indexing option was enabled. I disabled it and it's now going through every file and setting each attribute to disabled. But even after disabling Indexing, the option is still enabled when I go back to properties again. And of course the most annoying part is that every drive has to spin-up ONE BY ONE! If all 8 could spin-up at the same time would be a bit less aggravating, but still annoying that they
  6. I've been battling this for a long time now. I've tried with Dynamix Cache Directories and with it disabled. I have 8 drives and 1 parity, and an SSD cache drive. When I open my share it pauses for a bit while usually 6 or 7 of the 8 drives spin up. Then the share shows. I don't have any drives grouped for spin up. I've even tried accessing the share with a rarely used laptop, and it did the same thing. Tried Windows 7 and 10. It seems it's something in the config of the server since both computers did it. Plugins I have installed: Community Applications, Dynamix C
  7. I just installed this in v6.7.2. The file access seems to work after I press Refresh the file I had played showed up. But, I have 5 out 8 disks that spin up every time I open the Share folder in Windows 7. I even tried with thumbnails disabled. And I have Dynamix Cache Dirs installed. After the 5 disks spined up I noticed my total reads went up by 12. Why the heck are my drives spinning and reading just opening the share?
  8. 8GB, the max my 2010 motherboard can handle. I don't use many plugins or dockers, but I really do need way more than that. My Dynamix Cache Directories seems to max out my RAM and my drives still spin every time I open the mapped drives. Tried wiping the plugin and reinstalling with stock and altered settings, still spins up. How come this isn't built directly into the source code of UnRaid.
  9. guinea pig Using an old release may not be all that bad. An old release is just a previous new release. Sometimes updating to the latest and greatest causes the guinea pig effect. [cough]Windows 10[cough]
  10. Hmm, I think I've recently noticed that too with my v6.6.6. I upgraded to v6.6.6 quite some time ago, but was just checking my cache settings now. I noticed my Stats->Memory->Cached is very low, 806.3 MiB. Usually the cached usage is around 6GB which seems really high usage just for cache. My plugin status was Running. Using plugin 2018.11.18. I've disabled and enabled the cache and now after a few minutes it went up to 806.4 MiB. So maybe it's kinda working, but not fully?
  11. I got no clue either. I've tried to get Dynamix Cache Directories to work without spikes for years. Either I disable User Shares and have lower CPU usage and get disk spin ups while accessing the network share. Or I enable User Shares and get high CPU spikes and still get disk spin ups. I don't think the plugin quite works as it should, default settings or not. The only way to get the cache plugin to work properly is to disable it. You'd think there would be some form of low level disk API that could be used to access kernel level disk usage to build a directory list and be done wi
  12. Anyone else having problems with Cache Directories or is it just me? I've been battling this issue for quite a while through many versions. The main problem is after about 20 or 30 days of uptime my CPU gets pegged on one core. Processes seems to show the cache_dirs script with high time usage. I've done a lot of searching on here to read up on other people having the same issue. Some have excluded appdata and/or system and even disabling Scan User Shares with success. I've tried that too while also excluding a couple other directories that I don't need cached. It's all
  13. I just installed this plugin into v6.2.4. I've noticed when I select Settings->ProFTPd the Lime Tech logo in the upper left of the screen in the banner has a solid white background. Compared to all other pages in unRAID which have the logo with a transparent background. Not sure if this is a problem in unRAID or just the ProFTPd plugin. It seems like just the plugin since it only happens on that page.
  14. Ok, turning on "System notifications" seemed to have done the trick. The array Reads and Writes are now updating. But at an excruciatingly slow speed of 1 minute as you mentioned. Is there anyway to lower that setting? I swear Dynamix in v5 updated every 2 seconds or something. It's easy to spot visual changes with a 2 second delay. With a 1 minute screen update it's hard to determine if there's a rogue device leeching something. Not quite "real-time".
  15. I've checked there and it has been on Real-time. To make sure I'm not mistaken here, does everyone's Reads/Write on the Main page update in real time? Mine does not, or even the device status when a new drive powers up I don't see the green status light. I open a separate window and stream a file and nothing changes in the browser until I hit the F5 key. The System Status works in the Dashboard but the Statistics/Array Status does not. Dynamix in v5 worked in real time for Reads/Writes. When I'm on the Main page I do see some network traffic coming in, about 113kbps every 3 seconds. The n