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  1. Great. Once my replacement SSD arrives I can give this a go. Thanks again.
  2. I have only 1 cache drive formatted as BTRFS and want to replace it with a larger one. I want to make sure this step is correct: Does that mean I just create 2 slots in the Cache Pool like below? Then in Slot 1, I choose the larger SSD to replace the existing one? Then afterwards I run the following command since the replacement drive is larger: btrfs fi resize 1:max /mnt/cache
  3. I'm currently rebuilding parity after replacing a 3 TB with a new 14 TB, this plugin is going to be helpful.
  4. When editing a monitor/camera, be sure to turn on Advanced Settings:
  5. I keep trying to export the Timelapse but it seems to get stuck and never creates the export.
  6. Thanks for sharing. Here's my modified script that also includes Unassigned Devices mounting/unmounting the USB drive. #!/bin/sh LOGFILE="/mnt/user/logs/b0rgLOG.txt" LOGFILE2="/mnt/user/logs/b0rg-RClone-DETAILS.txt" # Close if rclone/borg running if pgrep "borg" || pgrep "rclone" > /dev/null then echo "$(date "+%m-%d-%Y %T") : Backup already running, exiting" 2>&1 | tee -a $LOGFILE exit exit fi # Close if parity sync running #PARITYCHK=$(/root/mdcmd status | egrep STARTED) #if [[ $PARITYCHK == *"STARTED"* ]]; then # echo "Parity check running, exiting" # exit # exit #fi UD_DRIVE=$(ls -l /dev/disk/by-id/*My_Passport* | grep -v part1 | grep -o '...$') echo "The My Passport HDD is located at " $UD_DRIVE echo "Mounting My Passport HDD" echo "....." /usr/local/sbin/rc.unassigned mount /dev/$UD_DRIVE echo "My Passport HDD Mounted" echo "....." #This is the location your Borg program will store the backup data to export BORG_REPO='/mnt/disks/My_Passport/b0rg' #This is the location you want Rclone to send the BORG_REPO to #export CLOUDDEST='GDrive:/Backups/borg/TDS-Repo-V2/' #Setting this, so you won't be asked for your repository passphrase: export BORG_PASSPHRASE='XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX' #or this to ask an external program to supply the passphrase: (I leave this blank) #export BORG_PASSCOMMAND='' #I store the cache on the cache instead of tmp so Borg has persistent records after a reboot. export BORG_CACHE_DIR='/mnt/user/appdata/borg/cache/' export BORG_BASE_DIR='/mnt/user/appdata/borg/' #Backup the most important directories into an archive (I keep a list of excluded directories in the excluded.txt file) SECONDS=0 BORG_OPTS="--verbose --info --list --filter AMEx --files-cache=mtime,size --stats --show-rc --compression lz4 --exclude-caches" echo "$(date "+%m-%d-%Y %T") : Borg backup has started" 2>&1 | tee -a $LOGFILE borg create $BORG_OPTS $BORG_REPO::'{hostname}-{now}' /mnt/user/backup/testB0RG/ >> $LOGFILE2 2>&1 backup_exit=$? # Use the `prune` subcommand to maintain 7 daily, 4 weekly and 6 monthly # archives of THIS machine. The '{hostname}-' prefix is very important to # limit prune's operation to this machine's archives and not apply to # other machines' archives also: echo "$(date "+%m-%d-%Y %T") : Borg pruning has started" 2>&1 | tee -a $LOGFILE borg prune --list --prefix '{hostname}-' --show-rc --keep-daily 7 --keep-weekly 4 --keep-monthly 6 >> $LOGFILE2 2>&1 prune_exit=$? #echo "$(date "+%m-%d-%Y %T") : Borg pruning has completed" 2>&1 | tee -a $LOGFILE # use highest exit code as global exit code global_exit=$(( backup_exit > prune_exit ? backup_exit : prune_exit )) # Execute if no errors if [ ${global_exit} -eq 0 ]; then borgstart=$SECONDS echo "$(date "+%m-%d-%Y %T") : Borg backup completed in $(($borgstart/ 3600))h:$(($borgstart% 3600/60))m:$(($borgstart% 60))s" | tee -a >> $LOGFILE 2>&1 #Reset timer # SECONDS=0 # echo "$(date "+%m-%d-%Y %T") : Rclone Borg sync has started" >> $LOGFILE # rclone sync $BORG_REPO $CLOUDDEST -P --stats 1s -v 2>&1 | tee -a $LOGFILE2 # rclonestart=$SECONDS # echo "$(date "+%m-%d-%Y %T") : Rclone Borg sync completed in $(($rclonestart/ 3600))h:$(($rclonestart% 3600/60))m:$(($rclonestart% 60))s" 2>&1 | tee -a $LOGFILE # All other errors else echo "$(date "+%m-%d-%Y %T") : Borg has errors code:" $global_exit 2>&1 | tee -a $LOGFILE fi echo "....." echo "Unmounting My Passport HDD" /usr/local/sbin/rc.unassigned umount /dev/$UD_DRIVE echo "My Passport HDD Unmounted" echo "....." exit ${global_exit}
  7. Thanks for sharing. I just installed it. Now to figure out how to use it, lol.
  8. Thanks for the guidance. I'll do the update later tonight. I've been running 6.8.0-rc4 as soon as it came out and this issue just now popped up.
  9. Recently been notified that something is filling my log file. Which file do I go about looking at it to determine what is eating it up? Attached are the system diagnostics. TIA tower-diagnostics-20200113-1751.zip
  10. Happy Birthday UnRAID! I love using UnRAID. It's great that it can run VMs and Docker. Great community helping those that want to learn.
  11. Just reporting that this worked great for me on my headless ThinkServer TS140 server with a Xeon CPU E3-1245 v3. Thanks again.
  12. A minor update. I recently tried using Prime OS, a branch Android X86, and the mouse navigation in VNC is no longer an issue. I'm installing some Amcrest and Wyze apps in the PrimeOS VM to give it a try.
  13. I've moved to a HASSIO VM. Takes more resources but seems to be working for me.
  14. The 64 bit VMDK worked for me as well as the internet & Play Store. I was interested in running TinyCAM Pro to act as a web server for my WyzeCam on the Android VM. After playing around with it though I didn't want to allocate the RAM and CPU resources for one program.
  15. Forewarning: I don't know if this is the best way, but this is how I got it running. I downloaded the 64bit VMDK from here: https://www.osboxes.org/android-x86/#android-x86-8-vmware I then extracted the VMDK, moved it to my domains folder and converted it through Terminal: qemu-img convert -f vmdk /mnt/user/domains/Android/Android-x86_8.1.vmdk -O qcow2 /mnt/user/domains/Android/Android-x86_8.1.qcow2 sudo qemu-img resize /mnt/user/domains/Android/Android-x86_8.1.qcow2 +20G I set up the VM as a Win7 box with the following settings: The Primary vDisk Location points to the above /mnt/user/domains/Android/Android-x86_8.1.qcow2 Again, not really sure if this is the best way. I just applied what I learned installing HASS.io to a VM to this. Mouse control in noVNC is still a pain. I'm still trying to find something else I can use to control it. You can navigate with the keyboard pretty well using the commands found here: http://paperlined.org/apps/android/hardware_keyboard.html