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by DigitalAnalog
22 Jul 2024, 07:06
Forum: Update Notice
Topic: TOS 5.1.145 (X86) is Released for Update
Replies: 19
Views: 1521
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Re: TOS 5.1.145 (X86) is Released for Update

topo01 wrote: 22 Jul 2024, 02:09
Gremlin wrote: 19 Jul 2024, 18:10
Generally for most devices it is recommended to always update to latest available software to avoid vulnerabilities.
But see, Terramasters are special, they are not like "most" devices. :D
by DigitalAnalog
21 Jul 2024, 12:02
Forum: Hardware, Power and Accessories
Topic: Re-Boot Loop F2-221 [Running TOS6 Beta]
Replies: 9
Views: 555
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Re: Re-Boot Loop F2-221 [Running TOS6 Beta]

OK, so old F2-221 left for dead (for now anyway) Set up a new F2-424 (standard, no 'extras') and checked boot into bios = OK. Just changed Bios date. Set up old Tos 6.0 disks (Traid) and booted. Everything appears OK except previously unseen error message(s) BTRFS error (device dm-0): parent transi...
by DigitalAnalog
14 Jul 2024, 08:53
Forum: Storage
Topic: Copying files: 25sec transfer 115MB/s - 5 sec. 25MB/s or timeout
Replies: 22
Views: 1026
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Re: Copying files: 25sec transfer 115MB/s - 5 sec. 25MB/s or timeout

Actually, it's not as mysterious as you described! When encountering slow speed or interruptions, based on our nearly 10 years of service experience, the reasons can be summarized into the following few categories, and they are basically unrelated to the system. https://forum.terra-master.com/en/vi...
by DigitalAnalog
13 Jul 2024, 22:02
Forum: Storage
Topic: Copying files: 25sec transfer 115MB/s - 5 sec. 25MB/s or timeout
Replies: 22
Views: 1026
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Re: Copying files: 25sec transfer 115MB/s - 5 sec. 25MB/s or timeout

I had this "rollercoaster" file transfer speed issue with my F4-423. The solution was to install Unraid. Now all my file transfers are rock-solid.
by DigitalAnalog
11 Jul 2024, 06:59
Forum: Network & Remote Access
Topic: Trying to remote mount SMB folder
Replies: 52
Views: 4181
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Re: Trying to remote mount SMB folder

Gremlin wrote: 10 Jul 2024, 19:23
TMzethar wrote: 10 Jul 2024, 19:08
when you succeed,
Just got to love the positivity :lol:
On that note, I'm very happy to share that all my issues with my Terramaster NAS have been resolved...

after installing UNRAID!

:lol:
by DigitalAnalog
04 Jul 2024, 20:30
Forum: Hardware, Power and Accessories
Topic: Is it possible to clone the USB initboot device?
Replies: 4
Views: 220
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Re: Is it possible to clone the USB initboot device?

Like I mentioned I'm not very conversant with Linux, and seeing page upon page upon page upon page of users running into issues with this process (that could so very easily be made simpler), you will understand why I want a little less jank with my interactions with Terramaster devices, even just fo...
by DigitalAnalog
04 Jul 2024, 09:51
Forum: Hardware, Power and Accessories
Topic: Is it possible to clone the USB initboot device?
Replies: 4
Views: 220
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Re: Is it possible to clone the USB initboot device?

I'm not Linux savvy unfortunately. I imagine this should also be possible with run of the mill cloning apps on Windows or Mac?
by DigitalAnalog
03 Jul 2024, 22:53
Forum: Hardware, Power and Accessories
Topic: Is it possible to clone the USB initboot device?
Replies: 4
Views: 220
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Is it possible to clone the USB initboot device?

As it says in the subject - can I clone the USB boot drive if I want to store a backup for restoring to a new USB drive?
by DigitalAnalog
01 Jul 2024, 21:07
Forum: Storage
Topic: TRAID capacity not matching up with actual drives
Replies: 8
Views: 491
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Re: TRAID capacity not matching up with actual drives

Thanks. I've already rebuilt, but please relay this issue to your engineers if possible.
by DigitalAnalog
01 Jul 2024, 13:30
Forum: Storage
Topic: TRAID capacity not matching up with actual drives
Replies: 8
Views: 491
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Re: TRAID capacity not matching up with actual drives

Generally, the disk you add to TRAID go through more than one step, and the capacity increases in stages. Maybe after waiting for the synchronization to complete, you'll end up with 32TB of capacity. No, the synchronization finished after 2 days and I was left with 21TB - the same amount you would ...

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