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Near errorless issue with VirtualBox and/or nfs

Server/host: DISTRIB_DESCRIPTION="Ubuntu 22.04.4 LTS" Server NFS-common version: nfs-common/jammy-updates,now 1:2.6.1-1ubuntu1.2 amd64 [installed,automatic] Server NFS-server: nfs-kernel-...
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Nas storage temporary file errors

We have a NAS storage used for file sharing linux+windows. This is old server, but it supports Samba dialect of 3.0 and we use it. This is the relevant line in /etc/fstsb: //nas1/Work /nas1/Work cifs ...
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Proper command for mounting Synology NAS on Ubuntu Linux via terminal

I have a Synology NAS DS223j that I need to access via an Ubuntu PC. Is this the correct way to mount a Synology NAS in Ubuntu Linux in the terminal? sudo mount -v -t cifs //192.168.0.96/$MOUNTFOLDER /...
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Investigate why my disks are not going to sleep - which files are open?

I want to investigate what keeps my drives spinning on my nas. Which commands help me to get insight on which files are being opened and preventing my disks to sleep?
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Singularity sandbox on NAS

We have several machines that we want to run the same Singularity container on. As we already have a NAS mounted by every machine, we thought this would be a good place to store it without the need to ...
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cifs mount is triggering NAS login/logout every couple minutes

I have Asustor NAS server and proxmox installed on other server. On proxmox I have installed plex and mounted some CIFS resources in fstab for plex. I see that, even if plex is disabled, every (about) ...
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Problems mounting old Iomega NAS drive in unrealated Ubuntu environment

I'm posting on the StackExchange Unix&Linux community board first, as it seams to be the most likely place for the type of answers I'm looking for. I'm hoping that someone can point me in the ...
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Rsync doesn't handle time correctly on a mounted folder on MacOS

I have a mounted a folder from my NAS with mount -t smbfs -o -d=755,-f=755 //nas.local/backup ~/backup. I now try to rsync a local folder to this distant folder with something like rsync --modify-...
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How to auto-mount CIFS share if the server is only ready later?

I have two servers on my home network: A Linux server. (Currently running Debian with systemd, but I don't think there is anything Debian-specific here.) A NAS server. (Network Attached Storage.) ...
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Loading the contents of the /opt/etc/profile file after reboot

I have a ZyXEL NAS326 network drive that runs BusyBox v1.19.4 with an additional OpenWrt repository. After each restart, the system does not see the path to the OpenWrt binary and does not remember ...
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Mount but exclude one subfolder?

I have a Synology NAS in which I use the following command at NAS startup to create a symlink, which works fine: mount --bind "/volume1/SourceFolder" "/volume1/SymlinkFolder" Now I ...
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How to mount my SYNOLOGY NAS Diskstation DS214se on Ubuntu Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS

I'm a beginner on the Linux-Ubuntu community. Problem: failed to mount a network drive and keep getting message: "mount.cifs permission denied". I have tried the suggestions as posted ...
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It possible use SSD as cache?

I have a linux media server that I use mainly with plex and Serviio(dlna server). I have a t400 4gb gpu (transcoding), 16GB ddr4 ram and an i7-6700 cpu. Now, I have 3 SSDs: 1TB for movies, 250GB for ...
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Accessing a NAS from a Raspberry Pi - working but looking for additional information

So after quite some time messing around I have managed to access my assorted NASes on boot, but there are a zillion contradictory answers out there (I couldn't find one that actually worked as I ...
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How to move a mdadm software raid-5 attached to a 5 bay NAS enclosure from one PC to another?

I have a 40TB (32TB available, RAID-5) 5-bay Yottamaster NAS enclosure that I was able to setup on one of my work linux stations. The NAS enclosure uses a USB type C to transfer data (up to 10Gbps). ...
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Mount a Luks Container on different devices at the same time

My scenario: I have a 50GB luks container (ext4) stored on a NAS. I can mount and work with this device on a Debian Machine, no problems. Now I need to work on the same container on two other devices, ...
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When NAS is mounted it becomes owned by root and i cannot change permissions or owner

Have a DNS323 NAS which i use for backups. After recent system updates (currently fedora 6.3.5-100.fc37.x86_64) Backups is unable to run as permission is denied to the NAS. I can change the ownership ...
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Rebuilt RAID6 Array Mounting Issue

Having succssfully imaged the 7 hard disk drives from a failed Thecus N7700 Pro NAS and having apparently successfully rebuilt the RAID6 array from backed images I'm getting an old PV header warning ...
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Imaging Hdds from Failed 7-Bay NAS RAID 6

I have a failed Thecus 7700 Pro v1 NAS unit, that is completely inaccssible over the network and has no video output (- tried connecting a stripped VGA cable to the empty VGA socket on the motherboard ...
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Which hard drive failed SMART ? Synology NAS

I had 2 x 4TB Red Pro drives in a Sinology NAS. One of them was reported as failing (couple of years ago) by Synology. I believe it was a SMART failure. So I pulled out both drives bought a new one ...
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rsync implications of ACL backups between different source & dest file systems

I'm having an issue using rsyncd (the daemon-ized version of rsync) to back up files from my macOS to my Synology server. Here's the command that fails: % rsync -rlcAXtgoDiv --fake-super ~/scripts ...
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How to mount after raid5 assemble?

I had some raid problems where the raid5 setup in my PR4100 seems to be lost. I tried everything and ended up manually rebuilding the raid: mdadm --create --assume-clean --level=raid5 --raid-devices=4 ...
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Unable to Install Rockstor from bootable USB

Motherboard: Supermicro X11SAE-F, BIOS 2.3 16GB ram Processor: Xeon E3-1225 V6 I have 6 SSDs connected to the onboard SATA ports of the motherboard. All 6 drives are empty/new and have not been ...
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Raid profile missing or gone after drive replacement

I have a 5 year old PR4100 with 4 x 2TB WD red's. It was always configured in the default Raid1 setting. A week ago, my PR4100 showed a red led on the first drive. My files were still accessible and ...
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How to safely poweroff a HDD?

I have a NAS server made by me with a Raspberry Pi and some HDDs attached to the USB port. All this is powered from a smart UPS made also by me. When I want to shutdown, I press a button on the UPS ...
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QNAP TS-251+ does not recognize data disk configuraiton after hard resetting without the disk in

I have a QNAP TS-251+ NAS server with two bays. This is for home use and cloud function with mobile applications, with full disk LUKS encryption system and 2 shared and encrypted folders, I know the ...
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CIFS with WD NAS

I use a My Cloud Home Duo from WD. Rather than using the web interface I would like to use CIFS under Linux. I tried the following commands based on: sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.1.3/Public ~/mycloud ...
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How to fix persistent "stale file handle" for mounted network attached storage

I have a Linux server running Ubuntu that I am trying to have our network attached storage drive successfully set up on. I'm able to mount it fine, but the issue is that within a few hours the folder ...
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Backup on NFS mount: nfs: server xxx not responding, timed out

My home server (Debian 11, kernel 5.17.1) mounts network shares via NFS v3 from an old Synology DiskStation DS409+ (kernel 2.6.32.12) and does weekly backups on it. I use rsnapshot as backup tool, and ...
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blk_update_request: I/O error, dev sdx. Disk fails after boot

I'm trying to create a personal home media server using Raspberry Pi 4 model B with OMV. I'm connecting four external hard drives through a single USB hub with a dedicated power source. At first, when ...
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Rsync NTFS and SMB share not working

I'm struggling with my rsync script to sync data (on Ubuntu) from an NTFS drive to a NAS share. What I do: Mount the NAS share: sudo mount -t cifs -o user=$DST_USER,password=$DST_USERPW,rw,uid=$...
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How dangerous is to disable the EXT4 journaling?

I'm verry new to Linux. I have a Raspberry Pi 4 device with Raspberry Pi OS Lite. I use this with 4 HDDs conected to USB as a NAS. The hard drives were formatted in NTFS because I used them in Windows ...
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Total output of `du` is less than individual folders

How can the total output from du be 1.1T when the folder home is 1.7T and i-data is 1.4T? That together should already total more than 3 TB. / # du /* -shc 1.0M /bin 0 /dev 0 /e-data 1.4M /...
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Running fsck on Raid drive

I recently bought an old ix4-300d NAS by Lenovo (obsolete model). It started after some time showing file system error. I tried to run fsck after connecting to the unit with putty through SSH, which ...
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Force delete folder (on NAS)

Running macos11 and have an old WD MyBook NAS that I'm trying to clear out some very old content (for example an old backup of Library/Mail/ folder). These folders have a LOT of files/folders within ...
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how to combine many small hard disk on cheap vps to a big one

I have 10 cheap VPS, and each has a 200GB SSD. I'm downloading videos every day, My clients use rsync pull these data from every VPS, then delete. But in this way I have to give vps password to my ...
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Remote Server Configuration

I have a NAS Server on my network. Recently, there was a power cut in my area, and when the router came back up, the LAN IP of my server remained the same, but the remote IP of my server was changed. ...
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Buffalo NAS access FILEIO

Alright my Linux gurus, i have a situation. I am trying to recover data from a Buffalo NAS with 12 4 TB drives in RAID 6 totaling close to 40 TB on one array. It shows that the drive has around 36 TB ...
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NAS issues with SMB/CIFS; how to 'see' client-server messaging?

I have a new Synology NAS (DS1621+), and have begun integration into my home network. I'm having some problems using it with my Linux hosts. I can mount the NAS, but the permissions (as seen from ...
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How to fix my tar backup

I'm setting up a server primarily as a NAS. It runs Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS, the data is stored on a hardware controlled RAID. Obviously I want to create a backup for off-site storage and used \ tar -...
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Backup NAS to an external drive on a connected computer

I found some options to backup the Synology NAS to an external drive, that is directly connected to the NAS. But is it possible to backup to a computer's external harddisk? For example, userX starts ...
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How to set up Hardware RAID on Linux Server for Access from Windows as a NAS

As I'm fairly new to Linux I wonder how to set up my RAID for network-wide access to use it as a NAS also from Windows. I got a used Server with an Adaptec 6405 Hardware RAID Controller and added 4x ...
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debugfs on a NAS

# debugfs -R 'stat <INODE>' /dev/sdaX or # debugfs -R 'stat FILENAME' /dev/sdaX> display file creation time etc. How to run this command if the DEVICE is a NAS mounted e.g. on /MOUNTPOINT/VOL-...
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Where is the undo button in Linux? If I created an SSH key and copied the public key to a NAS, how would I undo or delete it?

I created an SSH key using ssh-keygen -t rsa. Then I copied the key to the NAS, so I wouldn't have to enter a password using ssh-copy-id. I realized that I did it for the wrong user, so now I need to ...
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RAID5 stopped randomly stopped working and now 2 drives show as (out of date)

I have been running this raid for a few months with new SSDs and today the raid stops working. After a restart the raid won't assemble again. All drive are fine and show as healty in SMART. I tried ...
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What is the difference of the Netatalk package and the Avahi package?

I am a beginner and following some online tutorials for using linux as a NAS and connecting to a mac. Nearly all tutorials talk about the need for using Netatalk and Avahi. Both seem to be networking ...
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How to make apache read htaccess

my document root is /data i've added <Directory /data> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks AllowOverride All Require all granted </Directory> to my default conf below /Virtualhost but the ...
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Does the filesystem of a network storage device matter for OS compatibility? (Beginner Question)

I've been using Linux for several years so I'm familiar with the command line, but networking is a mysterious and intimidating thing to me. When I want to share files between devices I use flash ...
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If I have one of my computers with all my storage devices and I use it like a NAS, can anyone with internet access get access to it?

I have a spare computer that I want to make use of it. I have 2 other computers, one is Windows 10 and the other is Linux. My daughter may use a 4th computer which is a Windows laptop. I was thinking ...
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(Probably) Corrupted LUKS Header, Restoring Header does not work

I tried everything I was able to find online. Hours of research since yesterday ;( I found no one struggling with the errors I'm facing, except from GitLab (error code -1 instead of -4 I'm getting), ...
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