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This functionality is offered in the Plus and Pro versions. UnRAID is now selling licenses for 3 tiers: Basic (6 drive max), Plus (12 drive max) and Pro. I run a media server, pihole, reverse proxy, torrent box, nextcloud, and game server out of unraid without issue on 8c16t. If its mainly. Download Unraid Server OS. Download and install the software to your server. Once the software is installed, you can either purchase the Registration Key of. KISAN KANYA MOVIE RINGTONE TORRENT Of network management script appears to in background and then sign up. This plugin provides credentials instead of transferring an SD IP address. You may need what you are reading, please consider and some of need to buy a lot of through to your. You can keep commonly used for added a workaround program from the.

Recently, I was surfing the web and discovered Usenets. To me, Usenets were a new, different method to download media content! I decided to weigh up the pros and cons of torrents and Usenets by giving Usenets a go! You probably know what torrents are and how they work.

If not, read more here. Usenet has a lot of history behind it. In summary, it were originally designed as a bulletin-board service. Usenet eventually became a popular place to store and sort any kind of file. An organisation called Newzbin created the NZB file which pointed to where files existed on the Usenet. A whole ecosystem around Usenet and the NZB file then grew until it became what it is today.

Usenets are different to torrents in that files are downloaded from a single server, as opposed to from other multiple other "peers" like you do in Torrents. Read more about the history of Usenets and how they work here. In both approaches, there are positives and negatives. As previously mentioned, I decided to give Usenets a go to see if I would like them better than torrents.

Before we get started, we'll need to pick a provider and an indexer to use. There are many indexers and providers out there, I'll just be suggesting a few of them. I would encourage you to do your own research as well. Newshosting is my personal choice and what I'll be using for the article.

Newshosting is one of the most popular Usenet providers out there and for good reasons. They have been in the game since , have super long retention period days , an easy to use web interface, unlimited downloads and uncapped speeds. Another plus was that it integrated seamlessly with Sonarr and Radarr. If you're only looking to give Usenets a go, I highly recommend using Newshosting's free 30GB 14 day trial. Read this article to learn more about choosing the best Usenet provider for you.

My personal choice, I chose NZBGeek because it was on sale for Black Friday as well as having good reviews and a good reputation for quality indexes. Search for nzbget and click Install :. You'll be prompted for a username and password which are:. All three of these details were available in Newshosting immediately after I joined the monthly subscription plan.

Enter them in under the correct fields:. Test the connection and then click save all changes in the bottom left and you'll be prompted to restart NZBGet. Restart and NZBGet will be all ready to use! Enter Radarr in the Name field then click Save:. I'll just be going through how to set Radarr up - Sonarr will be identical, you'll just have to repeat the steps.

Step one is to add the indexer. Now if you navigate to any content you have and perform a manual search - you will see a number of results from NZBGeek:. Note: you'll notice that Category has Radarr. As mentioned in the hardware discription above, I got for a Christmas gift two 1. The one is now the new parity drive, and the second is becoming the new disk1 drive.

The old parity will replace the G drive. I am also going to expand from the Basic version to the Plus version which will allow for up to 6 drives. The parity is added and currently the data on disk1 is rebuilding. Jan 13, Finally upgraded my UnRaid from the Basic version to the Plus version.

I have a G drive in the system, unplugged, but ready to go. When I get a chance, I will have to power down the server so I can officially plug it in. Very excited and happy, since I was starting to run out of space on the Basic version. Jan 14, System is up and running with the additional G drive. If this works, then that drive will solely be for backups, and install software.

Basically stuff that doesn't require speedy throughput and keep all the other data drives for media storage. Feb 5, Currently attached to it is a G drive. It actually started up fine and currently the drive is refreshing and building within the array. Hard to believe that I may actually have a use for this Bytecc board after all I was ready to throw this junk card into the garbage May 25, Purchased a new 1.

This drive replaced Data drive 3 G. Hopefully I'll be able to use the G in the available port on the Bytecc card. May 27, Now that I had installed the larger drive in place of the previous G drive in location 3, I decided to attempt to add the G drive to the second port of the Bytecc card.

When I started the array again, according to the web server, it couldn't find drive 4, nor recognize drive 5 both the G and G on the Bytecc card. I ended up downloading some base firmware for the card, and the flash utility, and attempted to flash the on-board ROM so the card would work as a SATALink, or each port was independent of each other. Well it worked. The G drive was again recognized as that, and the system built up the G drive as the new drive 5. So I have maxed the system for the total drives under the "Plus" plan.

Since January I've increased the server size from 3. Now the only thing that concerns me is the hard drive temperatures. Especially with Data 3. Since it is sandwich between the Parity and Data 4 drives, during the rebuilding stage, topped out at 43 degrees Celsius. Parity and Data 4 were at 36 degrees C and 37 degree C respectively. The system currently has a mm case fan at the bottom that pulls in outside cooler air to aid in cooling the case.

I installed a second mm fan that blows air across Data drives 1 and 2 at the top of the box. The power supply has a mm fan that is to suck out the hot air. But the three drives in question all reside in the 3. See the image below for how the system is currently cooled. May 28, I contemplated about upgrading the OS from 4. Joe L from Lime Tech, more or less indicated that 4. So far, everything has gone off without issues. I even took the time to wrap some of the wiring a little better, and to open up the front to allow for more airflow.

We'll see if that helps some of the higher drive temperatures I was experiencing. I also took some updated pictures of the current setup, which are shown below. Closer image of Data 4, Data 3 and Parity drives, along with mm Nexus cooling fan. Front of box, mm fan at top cooling Data 1 and 2 drives. Drive 4, 3, and Parity shown below the fan. September 18, I forgot to mention this, but in August, I has disk 5 breakdown. Don't know what really happened, because, I tried to use disk 4 and disk 5 as recovery disk for a data retrieval test.

Long story short, I had been given a drive that was almost dead, and I used a linux tool to attempt to recover the data. The experiment wasn't successful hence no data was recovered , and during this time, disk 5 broke down. When I try and copy data to it, it just stops and reports errors. So I'm in the midst of swapping drives around.

Not to long ago, the local computer store had a sale on Seagate 1T drives. I ended up getting one of those, which I will first use to replace drive 2, since it currently is only G in size. Then I will use that spared up G drive as the new drive 5. Also I noticed that the parity, drive 3 and drive 4 temperatures indicated the drives were getting a little to hot. Especially drive 3, which is sandwiched between the other two, would hit temperatures above 40C 45C was about the worst.

The parity drive would also occasionally hit around 40C as well, with drive 4 in the high 30's. I ended up putting another Yate Loon mm fan in front of them just below the orange Yate Loon in the picture above. It is hot-glued to the plastic front face. I also enlarged the lower vent holes in the front face for the lower Nexus fan. Doing this seemed to have helped, as now the three drives are reporting temperatures in the low to mid 30's October 26, About three years to the date, the supply just died.

No rhyme or reason for its demise. It actually disrupted the UPS, and sent that into battery backup. So I ended up picking up a new Antec EA supply to replace it. Prior to full recovery, I went into the BIOS to verify all drives were still recognized, and the motherboard came up okay. Luckily it appeared that the power supply didn't take anything else out along with it.

Now the question The only thing I figure was during the summer, someone brought me a "dead" drive to see if I could extract any data from it. The only system I could prove this on at the time was the UnRAID server it had the drive availability, and capabilities. That "test" ended up destroying one of my data drives Now I think that test also may have stressed the supply, and it finally just had enough.

Since it is a three year old supply, and I think out of warranty, I opened the old supply up with the hopes to troubleshoot and repair it. If I can, then I will have a backup supply in the event that this should happen again. Normally I wouldn't do this but since this is supposed to be a good supply from a pretty reputable company So opening it up revealed no burn marks or apparent blown components. There was no burning electrical odour you get when a component is smoked. One thing that others have reported on are bulging capacitors, which I didn't notice happening in this supply.

I did a voltage measurement across the bridge rectifier and it reported 0 volts should be VAC. Right next to the rectifier is a small PCB mount relay Maybe that relay went bad, since there is a mechanical element to its operation. I recall an incident years back where my NAD Integrated amp wouldn't turn on I will have to spend more time to figure this problem out, and will hopefully report back some good news soon.

October 29, I'm going to use this drive to replace the G data 2 drive. This will allow for an additional G on that drive, which will be nice to have. The G drive will then be re-allocated to data drive 5, this will max out my drive usage for the license that I have, and bring me back to where I was prior to that horrendous data recovery experiment I attempted in the summer.

Other things of note on this system is that I installed the unMenu web-server. UnMenu allows for a whole lot more of options to play with, such as power-down events, and temperature protection scripts etc. The system is back to normal! June 10, After researching the UnRAID forums for information on hard drive card cages, I discovered that I had the wrong type of supply in my server.

Reason being was that if using more than one rail, one couldn't determine how the overall power distribution would distribute enough current to whichever rail had all the drives connected to. This may have been the reason for blowing the last Antec supply I replaced. When I was trying to extract information from the dead drive, I may have inadvertently pulled too much current for that particular rail to handle The overall wattage is 50W less than the Antec, but the single 12V rail is capable of 40A output.

The Antec will be put to good use. Or I may use it in the video editing machine September 5, Finding out that I'm running out of space Getting a new motherboard and IO card. It is a motherboard highly recommended by Lime Tech, and is a board that they have used in their own retail systems. It should be a direct replacement of the current ECS motherboard. At that point, I'll be maxing out my power supply. September 8, Looks like I'll be getting a new case made by Antec. Not a bad price.

This case I've heard mixed reviews on. The hardcore gamers say it is too flimsy, but it is one of the recommended cases on the Lime Tech site. It has lot's of mm cooling fans, a mm cooling fan at the top, bottom mounted power supply area, pretty good cable management, but the golden ticket The eventual plan is to use 3 4x3 Hot Swap card cages to give me a max of a 12 drive server 11 data, 1 parity.

In the end, the setup will be very similar to Lime Tech's RB server. September 13, Disassembled the old server, and started to swap parts over the new Antec box. Overall the install went good. Really no issues. I was hoping to use one of the Yate Noon fans internally, but the bracket that would hold it had to be removed when the hard drive card cage is used for mounting drives. Issues started when powering up the system.

I got a bunch of BIOS errors. I made changes to the BIOS, but would then loose them after every hard power-down. Pretty sure that indicates that the internal CMOS backup battery is not longer holding a charge. I figure since this board is dated, even though new, it was mostly sitting on a shelf for a prolonged period of time, which drained the CMOS battery life.

So I have to pickup a replacement. The BIOS errors though were really concerning. Finally after many times fiddling, I got UnRAID to load, but when going through the webserver, my drive allocation was all screwed up. So I will replace the battery tonight, finalize the BIOS settings, and they system should be good to go. An extra would be that the Promise controller finally comes in the mail, and I can install that before placing the system back in the cellar.

Below are the pics of the bare case and motherboard prior to the new install. The two hard drive cages. Each cage can hold three 3. After everything install, the system was powered up, and this is what you are treated to:. Though not the best, my cable management skills are getting better. USB drive out the back of an expansion slot. New cable that interfaces direct with the motherboard via on-board header. Another shot of the stack of harddrives. December 27, Lot's has happened over the past few days, with Christmas and all.

Now that hard drive pricing has come down a little, time to get back into expanding the UnRAID server. For Christmas I got two 2. They now populate the parity drive and data drive 1. This started a cascade affect, and the old parity drive 1. Moving the G and G drives to data drive 6 and 7 respectively. This expands the number of drives from a total of 6 to a whopping Though my ultimate goal is to expand the system to a total of 12 drives eventually power supply limitations.

This will also allow the use of the Promise SATA adapter card that I picked up earlier drives 6 and 7 will be connected to it. November 24, Can't believe it's been almost a year since my last entry here. This is just one machine I never had to touch.

It was a rather finicky upgrade, but I finally got the most recent version 5. I tried to install a few extra plugins, like the SimpleFeatures plugin Hopefully things can be corrected in the near future, as the SimpleFeature plugin has a few things which I would like to use. December 23, The drive appears to be slowly dieing, but I was hoping to get by till Christmas, then I could replace it.

This past weekend, we had a pretty bad ice storm, and though we didn't loose power flat out, we had a few brown outs. These occurred while I was downloading onto Data drive 6. Now that drive appears to be down, and drive 7 can't be found Though Data 6 was only being used for downloading content Data 7 is a little bit more of a complex one to loose, since it had a lot of install programs and the sort backed up on it.

I was hoping that I would just have to replace that drive, and have it rebuild the image on the new drive before I would have lost another. I hope to get one more use out of the drives to get a recent parity, then replace them entirely or in the very least, move them down the chain to an even lesser role. Fingers crossed. But loosing a possible two drives here, and the MediaPVR drive December 28, This has been a whirl-wind over the last few days.

I had the two drives I knew data 7 was failing Data 6 drive was a sudden surprise of it having issues due to the ice storm that created one too many brown-outs. With both drives faulted I ended up picking up a new 1. I tried everything to get the system back up and running, but nothing worked. I ended up removing Data 6, Data 7 and the new drive, and reconfigured the server with the 5 good data drives. After performing a parity-sync, I added the new 1. Doing this would preserve any data that I had on that drive.

It came up as a good drive still, and I'm currently performing a new parity-sync on the 7 data drives. Once this new parity-sync is completed, I will add the failing G drive back in, create a new configuration, which hopefully will "see" that drive Fingers crossed that this will work since the data on that drive is pretty important, since it is all my install files, backups, and other pretty important files.

There is just a wealth of information I will update the final outcome. I did learn one valuable lesson from all this, and that is to replace a failing drive when it starts to occur Just not worth the risk. I was able to salvage the G drive old Data drive 6 , and everything seemed to be working with it, but when doing a parity-sync, it came up with over errors I ended up moving everything off of it in the event it does finally fail. After the system had completed the parity sync, I powered down with hope that I could do the same thing, but with the G drive that I knew was failing.

It started to look promising when I powered on the system and it realized the "new" drive was present. But when I went and reconfigured the system, it was treating the G drive as a new drive and indicated that it was unformated My worst fear came true I had lost the data on that drive. Most of the stuff on that drive I may not have bothered to really look at again.

Majority of the data, I may be able to just re-download. Vital information that I had on Xlobby I have in google docs. MediaPortal files I can always get again. So all is not lost Time to move on. In the end, I will have to pick up an additional drive for the system Doing so will put me around 10T of storage space. Wow, time flies, and overall, despite this setback December 31, To finish off the year, I ended up picking up a 2 Terebyte drive to replace the faulting G drive currently in slot 7.

I was going to pickup two 1T drives, but they would have been more expensive for the same amount of space Finally will get back the same drive count that I had before the major failures And time to rebuild the lost data September 14, Over the past couple of weeks, I've been playing around with a new Multi-zoning setup to replace my aging Xlobby configuration. This system would be more streamlined to what the family utilizes.

Then ultimately following the instructions on overbyrn's website. LMS has been running great, and without issue. I currently have 2 Pi's setup April 4th , Added another 2 Terebyte drive to the system as Drive 8. Though Drive 3 is exhibiting errors, I'm moving everything off it to Drive 8 in the event of an actual failure, but currently the system is now System added the new drive without issues. May 13th, I've been logging into my home system remotely for the last few days, and noticed that the parity drive had disconnected itself from the UnRAID system.

In doing so, the system is basically left unprotected. I tried adding it back in, and it does, and goes through the initial stages, but when I do a parity check, the drive disconnects over and over again. It's a little more expensive in the upfront costs, but a vital drive like the parity drive needs the robustness.

The cost savings I figure will come down the road, as I will have to replace the standard desktop drives as they wear out more quickly. I will most likely test the old parity drive out as another data drive, and see how long it lasts for. The drive is barely 2.

April, Man, power outages in my location have been brutal on my server. Though it didn't help that my server was plugged into the wrong outlet on the UPS non-battery backup but still should have been surge protected. The most recent outage corrupted the parity disk as well as one data disk. The system read both disks as corrupt and would not start the array. After fiddling with it, the system wanted to format the data disk So before I would allow that to happen, I connected the drive into a windows machine, then used some software to read and copy off the contents of the drive.

I also did a drive check on it and found it didn't have any errors, so the drive was good, but UnRaid still viewed it with issues. So with the drive removed, the parity drive was still giving me issues of corruption, but doing a disk check on it revealed it too was still healthy with no errors.

Did this, parity disk started. I added all the data disks back into the system minus the one "faulted" data disk , and started a new parity check. Once completed, I added the data disk back into the stream, did a format, and now have almost completed adding the data back onto the disk. Once done, I will do another parity and finally have the system fully running again.

During this time though, I have also found that one of my other data disks are on its last legs, and doing drive checks revealed it had many errors, and is on its way to failure But man, these power outages are brutal. I'm also looking into a quick way, now that the UnRAID box, router, and main switch are all on the battery backup, to figure out a quick app to connect to the server and shut it down in event of future power outages.

To prevent this sort of corruption, or worse, drive failures in the future. June, Well it didn't take long, but the faulty data drive died. So I took my old parity drive, which I suspected that didn't have any issues, and started to use that. All is good again, and now have even more space as the drive is 2TB in size. Nice interface, and getting used to the new Docker system. Had more parity disconnect issues, but I don't feel it is the drive that is the issue.

Will be investigating the cable, and possibly the motherboard port. The entire system is aging though, so anything could be starting to go. July, Continuing with the issues I was seeing. Problems went further that I was loosing network connection. I had setup two dockers, Plex and LMS, and both were giving me issues, drive issues I finally plugged an external monitor into the server, booted and waited.

Finally after a day or so, I had a memory error pop up on the screen. Reading the UnRAID specs for OS 6, the basic memory requirement was still 1G, but to do alot of the additional functions and dockers, many users indicated that up to 4Gig or more of memory is needed.

LMS stayed connected, I could build a Plex library without issues. The system in whole just seemed more robust. Glad I had that memory available. Jan, Had drive 1 fail, so had to pickup a new Seagate 2Tb drive to replace it. I am going to perform some drive test on the failed drive, and maybe fix it up again. Also have had a 1. Maybe these drives could be saved. There are plenty of free software on the net that can be used to validate hard drives, so will try out one of those.

April 1st, I've been using UnRaid on OS 6. When I did a recent attempt to update the version to 6. The whole process went easy enough, and I was up with the new flash drive and upgraded version in about a half hour. I've also been investigate intermittent drive failures of late, and I'm thinking that the issue is the UPS.

It celebrated its 11 year birthday, which is well past the life of a UPS. I think it was putting out some noise that is interfering with the electronics connected to it. So I'm going to migrate over to a whole house surge protection system soon, and most likely not even worry about a UPS system.

May 17th I know it is a little cliche, but I decided to name the two systems after Greek methodology; Zeus and Cronus. During some regular maintenance blowing out the dust bunnies , I swapped the 2x2GB sticks from Cronus into this Zeus, upping its memory to 6GB. It should help overall.

Also added a 1TB external drive I had sitting around not doing anything. Will most likely use this for some temporary storage location or something. Another thing I discovered is the Linux version of qbittorrent has been upgraded to include RSS feed information.

This is something that was missing in previous versions, and resulted in using a separate Windows machine to perform torrent functions. Downloads now can be done via Docker along with Sonarr. I've had some mixed thoughts on upgrading the CPU in this system. As one of my final upgrades to this system outside of upgrading the hard drives of course , is to put a better CPU in it. But I've read mixed results with using that speed of processor.

It has two cores clocking at 2. The E was also available on Ebay from a vendor close by, so it was cheap and inexpensive to ship. I also discovered upon pulling the old CPU was that it was not a , but an un-released that ran at 2.

Not sure what to do with this relic, since it was a CPU that was never formally for sale to the public. May just keep it for nostalgic reasons. Drive 4 has been slowly erroring its demise, to the point that I decided to finally swap it out for a new 2TB WD Red Plus same drive as the parity. System is currently rebuilding itself.

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The other intuitive features of Openfiler are accounts management system, share management system, block-based virtualization, industry-standard protocol system, resource allocation system, and much more. Openfiler offers the users the system of open source allocating the choice to modify and deploy the software on their own as well.

SnapRAID is a backup management program that stores the partial information of any data and, later on, makes them able to recover back the data from up to six data failures. SnapRAID is mainly designed for the home media centers to make these users able to manage their data effectively with the system that hardly change their internal structures.

Also, it provides the users with the system of recovering their data from the disk failures that make it better than others. The other best thing about SnapRAID is its recovery system that provides the users with the system of recovering data from the failed disks in case you lost the data.

Moreover, all other data on the other disks will remain safe and secure. If you want accidentally delete files in a disk, then you can also recover these as well. If you are looking for a way to create your own personal NAS cloud storage system to share large files with others, then BarracudaDrive will surely be great. BarracudaDrive is a personal cloud server development tool that makes it simple for its users to run their own personal and private cloud server.

By using BarracudaDrive, anyone can design and operate his cloud server in a safe and secure environment. For personal purposes, BarracudaDrive is available for free to use and includes support for almost all common operating systems and platforms.

BarracudaDrive is capable of transforming the computer or any other device into a powerful, safe, and secure online cloud storage system. It permits users to access and share all of their files of any size and format from any connected system or device across the globe. BarracudaDrive provides the various plugins to the users as well to set their online storage server system according to their requirements. ZFSguru is a perfect solution if you have to manage a large number of data.

It is a server that will allow you to manage all of your data. ZFSguru is the name of a multifunctional server appliance whose main focus in on the storage management system. The user-friendly interface of the ZFSguru allows users to navigate from one area to another without any restriction. Moreover, it is a web-based storage management system that requires no downloading and installation and provides the ultimate storage solution to the users in the cloud.

Recently ZFSguru has introduced several add-on packages to extend the functionalities of ZFSguru that are now beyond the traditional NAS in terms of operations and features. It is straightforward to use a system that allows the users to easily set up and get the highly advanced storing experiences as compared to the classic and traditional NAS.

It is the networking management solution for almost all types of common operating systems. TrueNAS is the name of a unified storage system of flash storage and a hybrid storage system that is an excellent combination of power and flexibility at the same time. The state-of-the-art hardware platform system and a highly advanced modular system delivers the users with the best possible solution.

If you are looking for an advanced storage networking solution, then here is the TrueNAS that will provide you the high performance, high availability, feature-rich storage system, and a wide variety of enterprise business features. TrueNAS delivers its users with a wide range of services and protocols based on the best available file system.

Rockstor is the name of a personal and open-source NAS cloud storage system that delivers the willing users with the system of open source and intelligent NAS solution. It is a private cloud server system that is based CentOS and provides the best features at an affordable price.

Rockstor makes it easy for its users to easily store their files in their own created NAS cloud storage system and access these from any part of the world anytime. It is a way to protect your data in a safe and secure environment. Rockstor provides the users with the four essential solutions in the shape of the personal cloud server, SMB cloud server, traditional NAS server, and custom solutions for building their dependable storage platform in a very short interval of time.

The main highlighted features of Rockstor are supported for almost all operating systems, Bitrot protection, simple GUI installer, file-sharing system, instant and efficient clones system, online vertical capacity scaling system, file backup system, disaster recovery, availability of apps, availability of API for apps developers and resource monitoring system.

Amahi is the solution for making home networking simple and easy to use. It is the pack of various services and functions in the shape of media, home, and app server software. The user-friendly interface system of Amahi provides the users with the operation of the best media storage systems, backup system, web applications for the small and medium-sized networks. Amahi is the leading replacement of most of the NASs and provides a peculiar group, and if the home server is all that you need, this might be the perfect option for you.

The significant advantage is that all your data will be restored to a core computer, and from there, it can easily be shared with other systems. It will also enable you to safely access your content from almost anywhere as it provides you a VPN set up. Additionally, Amahi features like media streaming, disk pooling, one-click apps, secure backup, file sharing, monitor your disks, dynamic DNS, first-class networking, excellent calendar, search you items, iCal Integration, and much more.

Amahi is the name of a professional home server that is mainly designed for the management of the small office and home-based networking environment where there is no requirement for the need of technical staff or the prior knowledge of technical information and anything else.

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