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  1. Adrian

    Can't write files to unraid

    Yea, I've had unRAID as local master for years now. That was the first thing I checked. That whole case sensitivity is what really got me. It looks like on the Windows 10 box I had to use .\username and then it finally worked. I'll keep doing some testing to make sure. Thanks, Adrian
  2. Adrian

    Can't write files to unraid

    Dam, thought I had it all. Ok, so that fixed Windows 8, but Windows 10 same issue even after renaming the user to all lowercase. I'll keep looking...
  3. Adrian

    Welcome to Unraid.net

    Love the new redesign!
  4. Adrian

    Can't write files to unraid

    Found this in the Unraid 5 and older forum.... Unraid doesn't let you create usernames with an uppercase, so I must have ignored that and continued to create it with lowercase...completely ignoring the fact that I had a capital letter on Windows. I renamed my user on windows to be all lowercase to match the user in unraid and poof, like magic, it works now
  5. Help, my search skills are sucking and I can't seem to find a solution to a networking issue between Windows and Unraid. Basically I keep getting access denied errors trying to write to Unraid. I can read files, open files, but I can't copy to it with the exception of a Server 2012 R2 that I have on my network. Windows 8.1 PRO - access denied with I try to write to any share. Windows 10 - access denied with I try to write to any share. Server 2012 R2 - no issues The only place that from Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 that I can write to is either the flash drive or the cache drive. I hope someone can point me in the right direction. It's been driving me nuts for several months. Unraid v6.5.3 M/B: Supermicro - X11SSM-F CPU: Intel® Xeon® CPU E3-1230 v6 @ 3.50GHz HVM: Enabled IOMMU: Enabled Cache: 128 kB, 1024 kB, 8192 kB Memory: 16 GB Single-bit ECC (max. installable capacity 64 GB) Network: eth0: 1000 Mb/s, full duplex, mtu 1500 eth1: not connected Kernel: Linux 4.14.49-unRAID x86_64 OpenSSL: 1.0.2o Thank you, Adrian
  6. Adrian

    appdata location

    For me, my cache drive is an SSD, so I that's where I keep all my app data and dockers. I don't see any reason to have that on a spinner. I just have it scheduled to backup daily.
  7. Adrian

    Shrink Array question

    Worked perfectly, no issues. Thanks!
  8. Adrian

    Shrink Array question

    So if this is the disk I'm clearing, I'd be running the following? dd bs=1M if=/dev/zero of=/dev/md16 status=progress
  9. Adrian

    Shrink Array question

    Great, thank you!
  10. Adrian

    Shrink Array question

    Any thoughts on what the deal is with doing the drive clear method and unraid getting stuck when I go to stop it? I have another drive I want to remove. I already moved all the files off to another drive.
  11. Adrian

    Fan Upgrade

    Well I contacted Noctua and they recommended I use NF-S12A. So I got 3. I probably won't really know how good they are until the summer, but I'll probably have additional cooling by then.
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    Shrink Array question

    Twice I've tried this method and twice it hangs on step 9. When the clearing is complete, stop the array How else can I easily remove a drive that no longer has any files on it? before the steps it mentions the following: One quick way to clean a drive is reformat it! To format an array drive, you stop the array and then on the Main page click on the link for the drive and change the file system type to something different than it currently is, then restart the array. You will then be presented with an option to format it. Formatting a drive removes all of its data, and the parity drive is updated accordingly, so the data cannot be easily recovered. Could I do this instead of running the script and then continue from step 9? Because whatever this script is doing, Unraid doesn't like it and puts it in a state where it gets stuck stopping the array and I can't even reboot/shut it down cleanly. Removing an empty drive shouldn't be this difficult.
  13. Adrian

    Removing HPA from drive

    oops, I put a - in front of p
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    Removing HPA from drive

    So I ran hdparm -N /dev/sda and got the following: /dev/sda: max sectors = 3907027055/3907029168, HPA is enabled root@MEDIASERVER:~# hdparm -N -p3907029168 /dev/sda /dev/sda: attempting to set PIO mode to -387938128 HDIO_SET_PIO_MODE failed: Invalid argument max sectors = 3907027055/3907029168, HPA is enabled