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I’ve only used it a little bit so far, but the general ease of use and GUI I think are excellent. 
 

More security features would be what I would like added.

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I love how easy it is to self host many applications.

 

i would love to have the ability to route some selected dockers through VPN natively (not the entire unraid itself) 

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The thing that I love the most is the ability to do CPU pinning, it very nice for VMs! 

I would love to have some kind of discord notification integration since it is my most used platform.

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I love the ease of use and the new unraid interface, it works just so nicely.

 

What I would like to see in 2020 is that we might be able to use multiple cache pools, for different use cases.

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Best part about unRAID is the ease of storage expandability!

 

I'd like to see iSCSI support the most so it can be used as an ESXi SAN type device with it's own 10gb iSCSI storage network.

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My favorite feature about unraid is just the webui and how much flexability the OS has. 

If i could add a feature, it would be a package or installer to add drivers to the OS for ease of device passthrough into dockers or VM's. Obviously that increases the size of the OS but i think unraid is at that point that it needs to be an option at least. 

Keep up the good work and i look forward to multiple pool support in the future releases.

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Love: docker updates and changes, app store making it easy for novice users

 

Like: clustering/high availability 

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I love how easy it is to add more storage capacity compared to regular RAID. I also love how much unraid has improved over the years.

 

In 2020, I would like to see multiple arrays and possibly multiple cache pools. Would be nice to have a share span those said arrays too. That way someone could have 60 or more drives and store close to or more than a 1PB in a 4U chassis.

 

 

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My favorite feature is the ease of replacing drives.

I would want to see better information about the files being read or written to the array. IOTOP and NMON don't give enough information, only that SHFS is accessing the disk. 

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I work in IT and love the simplicity of unRaid.  I don't want to have to tinker with my equipment when I get home.

 

What I'd like to see in 2020 is the ability to add more disks than the current limit.

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one thing you like most about Unraid: ability to add drives of my chosing

 

one thing you'd like to see added to the OS in 2020: ability to use SSDs!

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I like that I can just add any disk to enlarge my pool and that I only lose one disk to protect them.

 

I also like the ease of adding apps using the community applications plugin and docker.

 

I would like to see snapsots for shares and shares with the ability to be cloned to multiple disks so like having multiple parity for specific shares.

 

 

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Unraid has been the easiest NAS/server setup that even a noob like me can do. I would like to see the html code in docker setup retain settings after editing.

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I love the community around unraid, with all the support threads and groups it made it incredibly easy to get started and to help with troubleshooting issues.

I'd like to see the addition of multiple cache pools for different functions.

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What I like most is the ease of adding drives to and upgrading drives within the array.

 

For 2020 I'd like to see multiple arrays within the same Unraid system.

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2 hours ago, SpencerJ said:

The Unraid forum is about to hit a major milestone: 100,000 members! As of Christmas time, 2019, we're sitting at approximately 99,000 forum members. To commemorate this awesome community achievement, let's do another giveaway!

 

What's at stake?

  • 90 winners will receive limited-edition Unraid case badges! These 2x2 inch domed, polyurethane server badges will look great on your own home lab (badges not for sale, sorry)!
  • 9 winners will receive an Unraid case badge AND a $25 gift card to the Unraid merch store.
  • 1 Grand Prize Winner: receives a case badge, a $25 gift card AND an Unraid pro license! Pretty sweet huh!?

 

See the linked blog post for pics and additional info!

 

How to Enter:

Simply tell us:

  • one thing you like most about Unraid

and

  • one thing you'd like to see added to the OS in 2020

 

 

That's it! Winners will be drawn at random from the forum entrants here. 

At our current rate, we will likely hit 100,000 members late January or early February 2020. Follow the Unraid twitter account for periodic forum # updates!

 

Entries will close as soon as we hit 100,000 forum members so don't delay in entering! Good luck.

 

https://unraid.net/blog/unraid-forum-100k-giveaway

I love that unraid is both a "NAS" and a full Linux server. It gives us the ability to do so much more. 

 

I'd love to see a richer LVM/QEMU GUI. The current one is good but it could be better with snapshots and backups. 

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I love unraid's general flexibility. Mixing and matching different sized drives, good vm support, plugins, etc.

 

I'd love to see unraid either expand the pool beyond the 30 drive limit, or make it possible to have 2 pools in 1 server in 2020.

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It's just so user friendly!!! - i would like to have my haupanage drivers loaded in default :) -- good luck everyone!

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I love the fact that everything is so easy to use via the web UI. Adding a new container is a click away.

 

My most wanted feature is multiple drive pools.

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The thing I like is the web interface 

 

The thing I really would like to see is a back up tool set on par with windows backup.

 

Terran

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I love the ability to fully leverage existing and slightly older hardware in a very user friendly way.

 

I would like to see built-in solutions for offsite data backup and/or synchronization

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