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  1. Domain helps a lot with self-hosting frankly..
  2. I use nginx proxy manager to set up a remote connection with.
  3. I use mp3tag to sort files as well as tag them/embed data in them. I haven't had any problems doing so. At all.
  4. It's not a general issue. I never touch my install and don't have any issues.
  5. Considering you already mentioned using mp3tag, just use that. It works beautifully when using audible for data.
  6. Asking here if anyone's actually using it.. Genea was Updated on Mar 23, 2022 last.. doesn't exactly inspire confidence. The issue tracker doesn't appear to be getting responses. Abandonware, or?
  7. This sounds like my original issue, where the Noctua fans I had populated my case with were operating at too low RPM's, so the IPMI on the motherboard panicked and made them run full-bore - so the noise floor when up, down, up, down, up down.. irritating to say the least. I raised the minimum fan speed to a fairly high level, but considering it's Noctua fans they're still silent. That made the IPMI shut up. Maybe check if you have events in IPMI concerning fan errors that's how I clued in on mine.
  8. Read the release notes for 6.12. Uninstalled old plugin. Updated OS. Installed this. All settings and options blank pages. Tried uninstalling and re-installing a few times. Where to begin? Even my config you've asked for above seems much shorter. root@FortyTwo:~# cat /boot/config/plugins/ipmi/fan.cfg FANCONTROL="enable" FANPOLL="24" FANIP="" HDDPOLL="24" HDDIGNORE="" HARDDRIVES="enable" FAN_FAN1234="607" TEMP_FAN1234="4" TEMPHI_FAN1234="65" TEMPLO_FAN1234="50" FANMAX_FAN1234="80" FANMIN_FAN1234="39" FAN_FANA="875" TEMP_FANA="138" TEMPHI_FANA="65" TEMPLO_FANA="50" FANMAX_FANA="80" FANMIN_FANA="39" root@FortyTwo:~# Any advice?
  9. So I woke up early this morning, had to go pee, checked my phone and UnRAID had notified me of corruption on my cache pool again. It's been a long while since I last had an issue with BTFRS - the proposed problem back then was my memory but I was never able to find any faults with it. Of course it has to happen the one time I'm away on vacation.. but that's just a law of nature at this point I built an entirely new server and everything seemed to be going OK, until today. I set up the userscript to monitor as recommended by JorgeB.. Output: root@FortyTwo:~# btrfs dev stats /mnt/cache [/dev/sdb1].write_io_errs 0 [/dev/sdb1].read_io_errs 0 [/dev/sdb1].flush_io_errs 0 [/dev/sdb1].corruption_errs 6 [/dev/sdb1].generation_errs 0 [/dev/sdc1].write_io_errs 0 [/dev/sdc1].read_io_errs 0 [/dev/sdc1].flush_io_errs 0 [/dev/sdc1].corruption_errs 8 [/dev/sdc1].generation_errs 0 Scrub didn't see anything: Which just seems.. odd. So as per Jorge's recommendations I used btrfs dev stats -z /mnt/cache and am now rebooting with my fingers crossed and my cheeks clenched. Please advise!
  10. Can we send you a few $$$ yet? You've saved my daily commute, must contribute beer or coffee or just discretionary funds.
  11. Assuming you actually installed the plugin already... These settings work for me.
  12. Yeah that works. Was worried about fan noise but raising the floor to 39 it remains silent under load.. so yay.