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  1. As the title says all my shares are now set to use cache=yes had to happen after upgrade to 6.7.0rc4 anybody else experience this
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    Correct way to move files between shares?

    Have you looked at unbalance that has a scatter option
  3. Have you looked at dupeGuru in the apps section Edit: don't know how I missed that you already tried but it does work
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    Spin down errors

    Ah good to know figured it would be something along those lines this will eventually be converted to sata drives, so I'm guessing the smart error I'm getting is somewhat related? these drives came with the server so I don't know their history
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    Spin down errors

    Put together an Dell R710 with a Dell H310 6Gbps SAS HBA w/ LSI 9211-8i P20 IT Mode and drives showed up as expected but I'm getting an error with spin down when I hit spin down the temp indicator turns to an asterisk as expected but error is logged any ideas homenas2-diagnostics-20190217-1227.zip
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    pointers for setting up R710

    HaHa yeah correct working with a new slate but it came with 4 sas drives and windows server 2016 trial loaded on the system and it does have a raid volume setup think its raid 0 I've been reading the manual it states that bay 0 and 1 must be populated with sas drives then the other 4 can be sas or sata if I am removing the perc6i does that rule still apply I would think not?
  7. I have all the parts needed i.e. HBA, cables and was looking for any advice for configuring the server, I figure the first order is to delete all raid volumes and make any changes to the bios while the perc6i is still on board then was going to power down and move forward with installing the new HBA and cables then installing the flash drive in the onboard USB any other issues that would pose a problem the drives currently are SAS drives never had one before is there any issues there was going to try and plug the HBA into the pcie slot that the perc6i is in is that doable or is it proprietary thanks up front for any assistance you may have!
  8. mrbilky

    Krusader docker will start, but not the Web GUI

    I believe it is doable someone posted how to but its been awhile so don't know where it was posted try the docker support page for Krusader it may be there
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    [Plugin] Network Stats

    Same on my end
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    Unraid OS version 6.7.0-rc3 available

    I don't post much but I have to agree its harder to discern what icon your looking at, example would be unbalance or speedtest it just draws you to it when navigating both by its color and shape/image
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    Advice on cables

    Great thank you yeah I was unsure about the forward breakout thing
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    Advice on cables

    I picked up a dell r710 and will be changing out the raid controller for one of these: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-H310-6Gbps-SAS-HBA-w-LSI-9211-8i-P20-IT-Mode-for-ZFS-FreeNAS-unRAID/162834659601?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649 I'm unsure about the cables I think these are the right ones as I know I will definitely need the right angle for clearance on the backplane can anyone confirm these are the right ones? https://www.amazon.com/d/Mini-Sas-Cables/CableCreation-2-Pack-Internal-SFF-8087-36Pin/B07CKXFKHT/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1549763311&sr=8-3&keywords=mini+sas+to+mini+sas+right+angle
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    Not sure which Plex app I need

    I use Binhex plex pass works without issue and is maintained but all seem to work just a preference since I use many of Binhex dockers
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    file browser in webui

    I'm in!
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    Where does my parity check speeds rank?

    Heres 's mine with a 4tb parity and 7 4tb disk array Last check completed on Sat 02 Feb 2019 05:18:09 AM EST (today), finding 0 errors. Duration: 8 hours, 18 minutes, 8 seconds. Average speed: 133.9 MB/sec