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  1. Hello everyone, great plugin. Just one question, is there a way to really hide the .Recycle.Bin folder? The windows recycle bin is a "protected system folder". Not "just" a hidden folder. So, you can see hidden folders, but still not the recycle bin. Which I find great. I don't want to samba share the recycle bin, because it's a simple "safety net" for users, who accidentally delete a file. They should only be restored by the admin or deleted by the cron job. I read that samba can "veto" files. This way these files/folders aren't exported at all. How can I achieve that? Thanks and best regards, Henryk
  2. Thank you unevent, it helped to lower the cpu frequency. The scaling governor now reports "conservative". Currently I can't measure the power usage (batterie died; I measure it at the weekend.)
  3. So... root@Tower:~# cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_available_governors conservative userspace powersave ondemand performance conservative userspace powersave ondemand performance conservative userspace powersave ondemand performance conservative userspace powersave ondemand performance root@Tower:~# And... root@Tower:~# cat /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu*/cpufreq/scaling_governor ondemand ondemand ondemand ondemand root@Tower:~# The "watch" is going "crazy". Like I already wrote, 2 cores in the ~800 MHz, 1 core ~1100-1800 MHz and the last 1 at ~ 2800-3200 MHz (always random).
  4. Started an array (1 HDD and 1 SSD). Still 2 cores with elevated MHz, after hours of not using the server. No log information for ours. I'll try other systems, must know if this is an issue with my hardware or settings.
  5. Is this maybe a Trial "feature"? Log shows (loop of the following): an 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: shcmd (184): rmmod md-mod |& logger Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower kernel: md: unRAID driver removed Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: shcmd (185): modprobe md-mod super=/boot/config/super.dat slots=3 |& logger Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower kernel: md: unRAID driver 2.5.3 installed Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower kernel: read_file: error 2 opening /boot/config/super.dat Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower kernel: md: could not read superblock from /boot/config/super.dat Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower kernel: md: initializing superblock Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: Trial key detected, GUID: yxz FILE: /boot/config/Trial.key Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: Device inventory: Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: shcmd (186): udevadm settle Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: array slots: 3 Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: cache slots: 1 Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: import 3 cache device: no device Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower emhttp: import flash device: sda Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower kernel: mdcmd (1): import 0 0,0 Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower kernel: mdcmd (2): import 1 0,0 Jan 22 18:35:32 Tower kernel: mdcmd (3): import 2 0,0
  6. Thanks for the help, but my original problem still exists. The pstate command helps to lower the CPU MHz to 800 MHz on 2 sometimes 3 cores. One core still hovers around 3000 MHz and 1 jumps from 800 to 1700 MHz. Power consumption measured at around 19 watts (not in dashboard, looked up the cpu MHz via putty). Since the unraid server is planned for home use and energy cost is high here, I really want to lower the idle power consumption (~8 watts difference, that's nearly 2 NAS HDDs idling). Best regards, Henrx
  7. Dear all, finally, I want to switch to unRaid. Love the concept/design of the product. I installed the trial version on a USB stick and booted unRaid. Server is a Dell T20 (Xeon, 24GB ECC RAM) without any HDDs/SSDs connected. Only the USB drive with unRaid. The power consumption is 18,5 watts. With the same BIOS setup Windows 10 Pro x64 (on SSD, no USB drive), with full workstation configuration, measures at 11,5 watts after login. The unRaid dashboard shows no CPU utilization (less than 5%), but the CPU frequency hovers around 3000MHz on each core. Sometimes drops to 1700MHz, but then again to the 3000Mhz range. What is the problem? Best regards, Henrx