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Copying files between /shares?

I have this Seagate NAS with SSH enabled, I need to copy all data from shares to one share and then zip it, so let's say it looks like this: Share 1 Share 2 Share 3 -> Share backup Share 5 Share ...
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How should I approach designing my btrfs pool/s? [closed]

I am vaguely familiar with a few COW/modern filesystem concepts, and am nowhere near an expert or even beyond neophyte status when it comes to btrfs. I've just installed Rockstor on a machine I intend ...
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Trying to set up game server(freebsd jail) inside Nas4free computer

So I've spent the past 2-3 hours trying to figure out how to set up a server for one of my games on my nas box. I've looked into doing a jail and installing freebsd inside it. That didn't workout and ...
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Data Recovery from a 4-Disk NAS RAID 10

I know there are similar questions to this but none specific to RAID 10 extracted from a NAS, so any help is greatly appreciated. So, basically the NAS is kaput but the drives are ok. Following the ...
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Connect iMac to NAS using Thunderbolt

I own an Apple iMac and I would to directly connect it to a NAS using the Thunderbolt port. As far as I know, FreeNAS does not support this. Do you know of other open source projects that can do this? ...
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configuring rsync for incremental backup and recovery

The setup is a NAS box on a lan mounted as NFS and the source is a laptop running an old kubuntu 10.4. Rsync has to be run as a local file copy, NAS box doesn't support an rsync daemon. How do I ...
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Fault-tolerant iSCSI root fs for Linux

I am in the process of moving some Linux servers onto a virtualized environment with their filesystems mounted from LVM volumes, which are in turn hosted on a remote NAS via iSCSI. I am able to start ...
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VSFTPD slow speeds compared to NAS

I am running linux server with vsftpd server as ftp server. My LAN network is a gigabit one. However when i download from my ftp server i cannot pass 11.1-11.2mb/s but on my NAS server i can get up to ...
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fsck single disk from Raid 0 lvm

My NAS (Seagate Blackarmor) is refusing to connect to the network after a fsck. I assume the root filesystem (stored on flash) might have been corrupted somehow after running fsck. The setup was a ...
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NAS: 100% system (kernel) cpu usage

I have a single core NAS My Live Duo. It runs Debian lenny release. I found via htop utility that it constantly use 100% of red cpu without any noticeable process to eat it. Than I checked via iostat ...
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Strange firefox bugs following migration of home areas to NAS drive

We run a small linux cluster of 20 hosts running rhel(5and6). Each host has a native user nm with the home area mounted on the machine /export/home/nm. We use NIS/NFS for individual user accounts. ...
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Mount of NAS affects date / time modified during copy

I used to access my NAS via Caja or some other GUI file managers. When I copied a file, the date modified on the target was the same as the source file copied. Now, I mount my NAS via the command ...
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How to edit /etc/fstab properly for network drive?

I'm trying to automatically mount a network drive at startup by editing /etc/fstab but doesn't work. If I execute this líne, sudo mount.cifs //192.168.0.67/test /home/pi/test -o ...
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Why does my RAID 1 NAS have to “synchronize”?

I have a new QNAP TS-451 NAS with two new 3TB drives, installed as a RAID 1 pair. As I copy data on to it, it seems to spend the next few hours "synchronizing" the RAID group. (The web console shows a ...
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How to encrypt data in a folder in a samba share, and share it both encrypted and decrypted?

So far I have a Debian NAS with a samba share accessible from a Windows client by user credentials. Within that share I have a folder of images encrypted by ecryptfs. A friend of mine have agreed to ...
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Mount same disk to two linux machines - SAN/NAS

I do not know anything from storage and filesystems that's why i have created this question. I want to mount the same disk to two linux machines and both machine must be able to read/write on the ...
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Mount a NFS partition from a NAS server

We have a NAS server in the lab and I can reach it through the web interface at 192.168.1.100, and I have enabled NFS on the admin's panel. After that I did sudo aptitude install nfs-common sudo ...
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Connect to an NAS server directly

I have got a Thecus NAS server and I am trying to connect it directly to a linux machine. There are two network cards on this machine: sudo ifconfig -a eth0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr ...
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Are RAID formats compatible across distributions?

I'm planning a NAS/home media server build, probably with a HP Proliant Microserver. It will probably have two HDDs in RAID 1, while the OS while run from a USB drive. Question is: once I've set up ...
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Scheduled job to move files from web server to NAS

I have a website hosted on a shared server. Once a week a cron job runs on the web server to tar the www folder and export the MySQL database to a password protected backup folder. I have a Synology ...
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cross-platform audio streaming

I am helping a friend to set up his banana pi (raspberry pi clone) for use as a home server/NAS. At the moment we are trying to set it up to receive and play the audio of any other computer on the ...
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Symlink all Directories inside one directory to another directory

I am using a NAS(synology/xpenology) currently with 1 Drive /volume1/Drive is the share. I have other shares on this Drive /volume1/Drive/SeriesPC its a share connected to my drive on my pc. Now I ...
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NAS set-up issue with NFS protocol in linux Mint

I have a Synology NAS that I'm trying to map in my Linux machine as if its like a regular HDD drive. I have looked all over the internet without being able to figure out how this thing works. I have ...
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How to reset the password on a Kurobox PRO NAS appliance

I've had this old Kurobox PRO demo unit (Precursor to the Buffalo LinkStation series of NAS appliances) kicking around for quite some time now, I decided to fire it up and see if I could install ...
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ZFS detach mirrored drives in a pool

I have an older (2-3 years) NAS running FreeNAS. I figured its time to upgrade some of the hard drives. Here's the current status: NAME STATE READ WRITE CKSUM ...
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Is this kernel warning a major problem that needs my attention?

Our Linux based Thecus N12000 NAS recently experienced this message in its dmesg log. [2014-05-21 11:34:56] ------------[ cut here ]------------ [2014-05-21 11:34:56] WARNING: at ...
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Adding badblocks on mounted partition

I tried to move some files to my NAS (ShareCenter DNS-320), but something shows up, when using file managers: Input/Output error or when using rsync on mounted cifs/smb share rsync: close failed ...
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NAS OS that will sync to MS Sharepoint?

Right now I'm using FreeNAS for my NAS, but I want it to sync with Microsoft Sharepoint so that there are multiple points of access for my users. Is there an operating system I can put on my NAS that ...
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Best solution advice for backup to NAS over WAN

What is the best solution for daily backup of Linux folder to NAS server over WAN? Here is the situation: My customer has expressed a wish that source code for his project must be backed up every day ...
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Is a virtual encrypted disk stored in a file on a NAS allowing for concurrent R/W access?

I'd like that all the data stored in a NAS is encrypted. The NAS is used for a) daily backups AND b) as a shared hard disk for users, allowing thus concurrent read/write access. All machines are ...
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Directory structure for mounted disks in network storage

I have recently built a small homeserver, that I want to use as a NAS besides other applications like hosting VMs etc. The disk space should be accessible via NFS, SAMBA (and SSHFS), but that's not ...
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Is there any small linux distro for ARM NAS?

I want a small linux distribution, that includes the following open source packages: busybox samba afpd avahi pureftpdftp minidlna transmission I thought, I can compile one from sources, but it's ...
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How can I mount filesystems with > 4KB block sizes?

I have a 3TB hard disk pulled out of a WD Mybook Live NAS. The partition table is as follows: Model: ATA WDC WD30EZRS-11J (scsi) Disk /dev/sdb: 3001GB Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/4096B ...
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write only permissions on samba

I am busy setting up a file server in our church office (using samba on a debian machine). I would like to impliment a dropbox-like folder for each user, where othere users may deposit files. ...
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Encfs error: `/bin/umount: unrecognized option `--no-canonicalize'`

I just installed encfs from source on a synology disk-station (DSM 4.1) and it seems to work fine. But when I try to unmount my encfs directory via fusermount -u I get the error message: fusermount ...
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Slow ecryptfs mount

If I create an encrypted share (internally done via ecryptfs) on a synology disk station DS109 (DSM 4.1), mounting is very slow (approx 40 seconds). It doesn't matter if I do it via the ...