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  1. I had this issue after a motherboard swap. I use the System Temp plugin. It was still looking for the temp sensor on the old board. I opened the plugin from settings and clicked on detect and then save and it updated it's sensor list.
  2. I know I'm late with a response but I have something to say for anyone else wondering. I see what you're saying but there are problems with you hint hint dev suggestions. (And why it'll never happen) Unraid license is linked to a usb stick. USB Sticks are BANNED once they are removed from a product key. If a license is removed buy a customer then issues are far worse than for a pirate because now they need a usb stick and a license. You can move a license to a usb stick but it's not a clean process because it's a transfer.
  3. seems fine (i can write a file) in windows but even with in a usb dock on unraid it's read only Makes no sense (it wasn't even the same windows system) I'll just fill them up in windows for now. I hope this isn't a sign of things to come though.
  4. It seems old. Ok thanks. was still pulling it apart and trying to bring it up to date but i guess if it works for you then it's not the issue. Very strange issue though. I'll pull one and try it in a usb dock.
  5. starting to look like I'm just doing it wrong The TLDR is """"Linux had partial support of NTFS file-systems. In fact, unRAID comes with the ntfs loadable module that can read an NTFS file system, unfortunately, it is not able to properly write to NTFS file systems."""" """"(Note to Tom... might want to include the new ntfs-3g module in an upcoming release... hint-hint ... please)"""" It
  6. Did you mean physically move the disks back to the windows machine to run chkdisk? UPDATE the CHOWN script i tried reports Read Only in it's log. Makes no sense, 3 drives pulled from a system all working fine (they had just been written to and shut down) now they are in different servers and all report read only. I am hoping i can find the cause before the next round of full drives at some point tomorrow. (even if i need to go back to smb transfer at least i know where i stand) ( i don't fancy an array of %90 full read only drives ) I also have a few BTRFS
  7. I'm experimenting with a user script to see if it's a permissions thing but so far I'm not getting it to run. #!/bin/bash /usr/local/sbin/newperms /mnt/disks/DiskName i thought that might do it but it doesn't seem to run
  8. no as stated above they are not mounted read only (they are exactly like in that image) Thanks for a quick reply
  9. I've put a few ntfs drives in to my a couple of servers to fill out the remaining bays. The drives are %90 full and i just wanted to put a few last files in (they don't need parity because its just chia plots) The drives cant be written to by dolphin or via smb (they aren't mounted read only) (in windows i get an error "catastrophic failure 0x8000FFFF") If i add a usb drive in the same way it's fine and i can write to it as normal but ntfs sata drives are read only for me. The only solution i can think of is buy more drives then copy out each drive and format it (not
  10. I've seen a few people asking this question and i thought i'd take a second to explain the reason no one is answering your question. If you look at the forum name you'll see this is an unraid forum and this question shows that you don't know what that is. Unraid is an OS for home lab / servers / repurposed desktops to offer File server / Docker / VM's I believe VM's are driven by KVM but i'm no expert and as mentioned above VirtIO drivers can be used at times You could run ubuntu and Hive OS as separate VM's on Unraid (and still have a file server and docker running in the
  11. Seagate.... ^ SMR might not be as bad in an unraid array as it would be in a RAID array (that's my guess anyway) Unraid is a lot more like single drive desktop use in the way it treats drives from that point of view. (Though I wouldn't want SMR either) I'd personally not want any Seagate drive. I've got a few shucked 14tb WD's MyBooks and about 15 WD red, blue, green. Mostly RED. My WD Green 2TB is still going strong and it's over 15 years probably. My dad had 4 Seagate's die in the same year and they couldn't have been more than 3 years old. (I've got an 8
  12. go to and click the Mining Address button in the top left. ( or you can use mine if you like )
  13. Where is this option please?