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  1. Multiple times with the first betas on my test server, always successfully. Out of curiosity does this include a scenario where you lose a parity drive and a data drive at once? Or both parity drives but no data drives? Just curious as to the results.
  2. Sorry - I did have this on my list to do but I forgot!. I will take a look at it again but it might take a couple of weeks as I am travelling..... *puts virtual sticky note on spants's monitor to remind him*
  3. Is it possible we could get a configurable whitelist for unraid-hole? Its blocking legitimate websites like G2A and such and I don't see an easy way to configure it since it creates no files to edit.
  4. I am also getting the "Configuration failed: Data protection failed." error when trying to log into torrentleech
  5. My autowatch is working (there's a config file you can change to change the frequency it checks, default is every 5 minutes) however my automove is not working and I cannot for the life of me figure out why. My configs are set up as follows docker downloads folder is tied to /mnt/user/downloads New torrents go into /downloads/Downloaded Automove it set to move to /downloads/SR for sickrage to unpack shows However in every test it does nothing when the torrent is finished downloading. I can't find any logs or anything to look at to figure out why, anyone have a clue or have set this up successfully?
  6. I don't think thats the issue or something else is going on, please review my results: root@Tower:/boot/packages# installpkg python-2.7.3-i486-2.txz Verifying package python-2.7.3-i486-2.txz. Installing package python-2.7.3-i486-2.txz: PACKAGE DESCRIPTION: # python (object-oriented interpreted programming language) # # Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming # language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. # Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules written in # C or C++. Python is also adaptable as an extension language for # existing applications. # Executing install script for python-2.7.3-i486-2.txz. Package python-2.7.3-i486-2.txz installed. root@Tower:/boot/packages# /usr/bin/env python -v /usr/bin/python: /usr/bin/python: cannot execute binary file root@Tower:/boot/packages# python -v -bash: /usr/bin/python: cannot execute binary file root@Tower:/boot/packages# /usr/bin/deluge-web -c /mnt/user/deluge -p 8112 -f /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 3: __requires__: command not found /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 4: import: command not found /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 5: from: command not found /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 8: syntax error near unexpected token `newline' /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 8: ` sys.exit(' EDIT: Please excuse my oversight, I forgot that unraid doesn't have 32bit libs installed, I installed the 64bit version of python and now deluge works. For those who are having this issue you can install the package provided here: http://slackware.cs.utah.edu/pub/slackware/slackware64-14.1/slackware64/d/python-2.7.5-x86_64-1.txz
  7. I just updated to 6.0rc1 from 6.0b14 and now deluge wont start, this is as much as I could pull from the start log: Enabling Deluge Starting Deluge BitTorrent Client mv: cannot stat '/mnt/user/deluge/plugins/*.egg': No such file or directory unzip: cannot find or open /mnt/user/deluge/plugins/*.egg.zip, /mnt/user/deluge/plugins/*.egg.zip.zip or /mnt/user/deluge/plugins/*.egg.zip.ZIP. No zipfiles found. rm: cannot remove '/mnt/user/deluge/plugins/*.egg.zip': No such file or directory Starting Deluge BitTorrent Daemon: sudo -u nobody /usr/bin/deluged -c /mnt/user/deluge -l /mnt/user/deluge/deluged.log -P /var/run/deluged/deluged.pid I tried removing and reinstalling all dependencies and the plugin itself but no effect, I tried even clearing the config files and letting them repopulate but no effect. Any ideas? I have never used any plugins so I don't know why its expecting any. EDIT: i tried putting in a random webui enabled plugin but no effect, there are additional texts that flow past on the bottom of the screen but too fast for me to capture, any idea where I could find the logs for additional info? EDIT2: Output for running deluge manually: root@Tower:/boot/packages# /usr/bin/deluge-web -c /mnt/user/deluge -p 8112 -f /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 3: __requires__: command not found /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 4: import: command not found /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 5: from: command not found /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 8: syntax error near unexpected token `newline' /usr/bin/deluge-web: line 8: ` sys.exit(' Is something wrong with my python install? This only happened after i re-installed python before i was just getting 'bad interpreter'
  8. If I had a closet or enclosed area to put it in I would but this will be in my office which needs to remain very quiet. If one of those servers went under load they may become very noisy when transcoding if it occurs. I thank you for the suggestion however as that gives me a good idea for the next gaming server I'll be putting in my work's datacenter.
  9. Do you guys think an i5 would also be sufficient with 8-16GB of ram? My highest quality videos are the planet earth series, they play at an average of 12-16MB/s in h.264. I would like to avoid the cost of an i7 if its possible but if there is a significant performance increase between the two in transcoding speed then I will get it, again I do not think I will be transcoding very often but of course it will depend on the devices my plex server is transmitting to. What do you guys think about water cooling in the R4? Has anyone had experience with it and can make a recommendation on type/model to get? Alternatively, a quiet cpu cooler that will keep it relatively chill when its doing its thing would be welcome as well I'm not afraid of a complicated build as I've had much experience building systems. Lastly, are there any motherboards I should stay away from? I was going to look around at ASUS boards for something with lots of ports alternatively if I can't find something I like then I will probably go after this thing http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813182821 I appreciate all your feedback and will start to put together a shopping list.
  10. I am getting the urge to build myself an unraid server which will be used as my plex server so it will need some power to the system. I would like it to be something I don't mind having on all the time however I would like it to be power efficient where possible and quiet so that I can save money on electricity shutting down my gaming computer daily which is currently acting as my plex server. Please keep in mind that the server will be used to stream HD and possibly UHD media over a gigabit network but will not likely be transcoding that much information I am going to start out with 3x HGST 4TB 7200RPM drives and I liked this case http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811352020 mentioned elsewhere but I don't know where else to start as I'm used to building power hungry gaming systems and not power sipping NASes like this. Your thoughts are welcome. I live near a microcenter and frys if that helps at all when looking, I prefer to pick up locally when I can.