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  1. Can someone tell me why or how the DNS settings keep resetting themselves to google? I actively avoid Googles DNS and it's frustrating to log on and find that it's been using google again for weeks. Is there something I can do. Is it a bug that it just resets the DNS provider?
  2. It takes a while to index the files before transferring starts usually. An hour seems like a long time though.
  3. I really didn't expect drama like this coming out of UnRAID, I have to say. Sympathize with both sides of this particular argument, but I do hope the impacted developers see the olive branch being offered as genuine and come back to the fold. We'll all be stronger for it.
  4. Got this running now. Is it possible to have it just keep a copy of the flashdrive backup in .zip format instead? I like that it's at least ON a disk this way, but having a few copies wouldn't hurt, either. Or maybe it's unnecessary and I'm making it overly complicated.
  5. If the missus ain't complaining they're probably good. I think I'll pick a few up, can't beat that price/performance ratio.. not as far as I can tell.
  6. @JaY_III How happy are you with those Toshibas? I'm looking at the MG07ACA14TE because it's actually the cheapest option per TB at the moment..
  7. That seems odd. I'm at 12TB parity and that takes me about 24-26 hours.
  8. Maybe use something like nginx proxy manager to pass through to it. Assuming you have static IP and a domain of course.
  9. So yeah, I'm currently running an Avoton board, the ASRock Rack C2750d4i. It's treated me fairly well, but it's getting on in age and I've just made an investment in two new rack-mount server cabinets so everything is due for a rotation. I want to use the avoton board for my backup server, to replace a "temporary", now going on two years, Celeron based solution, due to the extremely low power consumption, and get something with just a bit more oomph for daily operations. Running Plex is my primary use, but I also have owncloud and a few other services running. Essentially I'm ho
  10. Flash stick creation aside, it's entirely likely you'll never want to use anything else ever again. (famous last words) I even have two licenses now. I have tried everything else out there. UnRaid, by and large, just works. As for USB. 2.0 is basically required, as is a low capacity drive like 2-8GB in size as preferred. Quality drive, too. Other than that, yes, they really need to fix this utility.
  11. I really fear this is causing a hindrance for some people who are new to UnRaid.
  12. That would be exactly how my own nextcloud container is running. Not sure how you'd get it to do that in the first place. Maybe it's a nextcloud config issue. i set up sub.tld.dom for mine and it works just fine.
  13. This. UnRaid for me is a lesson in the KISS principle. (Keep It Simple, Stupid) I work in IT but I like using UnRaid at home, because of it's simplicity and it's ability to just keep functioning. I've tightened up the security, of course, but it's excellent for my limited home needs and I only have one docker exposed to the internet through nginx proxy manager for phone-backup purposes. It works wonderfully, it's been more stable than anything I've run at home previously and it runs on a shoebox, as my backup box can attest. I actually just built the backup box to buy another unraid