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  1. Waste of time.* I have all my shares set to "fill up" with roughly a 10GB minumum free space. 10 out of 11 disks are at 99% and ~10GB remaining. When the 11th disk hits 90%, then I will order a new one. No sense in having free space sitting on disks and for that matter empty disks sitting around doing nothing. I'm not overly concerned about getting every drop of speed out of my drives. Under normal usage (99.99% of the time) nothing comes close to saturating the speed of the drive even at 99% full. *there are differing thoughts on this though.
  2. I have a SuperMicro X8TD6 MB. I had working sensors and temps. Started messing around and reinstalled the plugin. Now I get no sensors listed. This stinks.
  3. Likely a dumb question, but can somebody explain the Low temperature threshold vs High temperature threshold in he Fan Auto Control plugin?
  4. I am too. And my server sits in a cold, dark corner of the basement where nobody will see it or know WTH it is. And I still want a badge!
  5. Ok I need a little help and excuse my extreme ignorance on how to get this running, please. I have a backup .tgz of a MC server. I have installed MineOs-node on my unraid server. How do I get this .tgz installed and running in MineOs. Babysteps, if you don't mind Thank you in advance Edit; let me point out I was able to create a NEW server that he could connect to and run around and everything worked fine (as far as I know). I just want to restore this /world/ folder so that he can get back to the progress he had previously. Edit2: Well, what the heck. I restarted the docker within unRaid and went back to the webgui for MineOS-node. Now the test server I created isn't listed in the gui? The files are still in the /appdata/minecraft/ folder like before. It's just not showing in the gui itself?
  6. Seemed to work for me. Was able to identify some files on 2 disks. Using unBalance and "Gather" function to clean them up. Also found some files where I just had duplicates but with different names. Just deleted the duplicates directly. Is there a switch to only search for certain document types/extension?
  7. Running now. At 46% of my 10 disk, 33TB
  8. Hmmmm if I use "/mnt/disk1 /mnt/disk2" it will scan/compare those disks? I can enter multiple paths like that?
  9. Happy birthday! Besides the product itself, it's really the community of developers and people willing to help!
  10. I'm not sure if this is what we're looking for... it's not going to find duplicate physical files across different physical HDDs. This is going to find duplicate files within the logical file structure. (I think)
  11. Interesting. Installed and running as well
  12. Yeah it got too complicated for me too. Seems like there should be an easier solution. I found a script to run, but I'm too stupid to even do that.
  13. It seems dupeGuru only looks for logical duplicates. Not physical duplicates on different physical HDDs. I'm still struggling to find an "easy" method in finding these files myself.
  14. Trying to get diskover installed and running in unRaid. Installed the docker. Installed elasticsearch and redis from Community apps, but when I try to access the diskover webgui, it's unable to load If I go to the elasticsearch gui all I get is the following script { "name" : "_8AGSmy", "cluster_name" : "docker-cluster", "cluster_uuid" : "LMhKmpTERFWLv33avxj9qw", "version" : { "number" : "6.6.2", "build_flavor" : "default", "build_type" : "tar", "build_hash" : "3bd3e59", "build_date" : "2019-03-06T15:16:26.864148Z", "build_snapshot" : false, "lucene_version" : "7.6.0", "minimum_wire_compatibility_version" : "5.6.0", "minimum_index_compatibility_version" : "5.0.0" }, "tagline" : "You Know, for Search" } I have the elasticsearch script added to User Scripts and ran it as well. I'm not sure what to put in for the REDIS_HOST or ES_HOST in the diskover setup either Please be gentle. I'm pretty new at these things, but willing to learn as I go along. Thanks!