chuque

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  1. For what it is worth my issue resolved when I tried an IP that was within my dhcp pool so I am guessing that my router's internal firewall rules may be at play?
  2. I'll look into that, I was using a browser for the http ports, but easier to cut and paste a cli output
  3. getting connection refused on port 80 and 443 but works of 53 sure this is a dumb mistake on my part but be damed if I can find it root@MediaStore:~# telnet 192.168.0.3 80 Trying 192.168.0.3... telnet: connect to address 192.168.0.3: Connection refused root@MediaStore:~# telnet 192.168.0.3 443 Trying 192.168.0.3... telnet: connect to address 192.168.0.3: Connection refused root@MediaStore:~# telnet 192.168.0.3 53 Trying 192.168.0.3... Connected to 192.168.0.3. Escape character is '^]'.
  4. I happened to notice that one of my drives is getting long in the tooth ( 5.5 years) and was wondering if there was a way to get a nice report of all the drives age w/o having to click on each drive and building a report by hand.
  5. Hello Mr. Hex, I have installed and been using Deluge for a while now, and it seems that my upload speed never gets above 1 or 2KiB/s regardless of network settings I adjust. based on some other forum research moving to libtorrent 1.0.9.0 might help. I was hoping for advice or best practice to achieve this, and or any other advice on the topic you or others may have.
  6. Click on the advanced view (top right). There are more fields to fill in there Thank you, I don't know why I thought the advanced settings were entered after the docker was created. I feel extra dumb now.
  7. Issues installing Amazon Echo. I set the /config to /mnt/cache/.apps/echo/ and click create and nothing happens. The docker.log file is 0 bytes I have several other dockers running w/o issue. As a test, I added the zone minder docker without issue.
  8. I am building my first unraid setup, and I am confused on how the cache drive works in conjunction with the main data store and mappings. in the larger corporate setups I hat at work, we have SSD cache drives at the head of some of our larger arrays, and their existence is transparent, once the data in on the cache drive it appears to be in the main datastore, but that doesn't seem to be the same with unraid, (ie: I copy a file to the nfs mount, and the data is sent to the cache drive, and the at some point of low system load it is copied to the disk array. ) however with unraid it seems that I have two mount points, and once a day the cache drive dumps to the main datastore. The main use of this unraid will be media storage. I would like to point my htpc at the array, but also have data on the cache drive be available for viewing as well. not being an xbmc expert it looks like I would have to create two sources one for each and look in both for what I want based on it's age. if I am missing a configuration detail please help me out. also I installed the ssh addin via unmenu but it doesn't allow root to ssh in, if I create a user and set up sudo it works fine, but isn't persistent after a reboot.
  9. I ordered one of these guys, I am looking for a bracket that will allow me to fit a 3.5 and a 2.5 drive in the 5.25 bay and my search foo is very weak. have any of you found a bracket that works well for this system ? Thanks