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by johngwheeler
28 Jun 2024, 11:11
Forum: Plex
Topic: Plex library is empty, but has access to NAS media!
Replies: 4
Views: 302
Australia

[FIXED] Re: Plex library is empty, but has access to NAS media!

Resolution I have found a resolution to my problem involving multiple changes, so I'm not 100% sure which of these was the "fix" for the problem, but for reference, this is what I did: (0) Accessed the the NAS console via its second IP address. My NAS has two network interfaces, one of wh...
by johngwheeler
28 Jun 2024, 07:22
Forum: Plex
Topic: Plex library is empty, but has access to NAS media!
Replies: 4
Views: 302
Australia

Re: Plex library is empty, but has access to NAS media!

@TMzethar, thank you for the reply. Could there be some incompatibility with the latest Plex version (1.40.3.8555) and the latest TOS App Center (1.40.2.8395)? I am using TOS 5.1.131 Should I perhaps revert to the previous version? In any case, I will try deleting the Plex shared folder and repeatin...
by johngwheeler
28 Jun 2024, 07:15
Forum: Plex
Topic: Plex 1.40.3.8555 server installation problem
Replies: 8
Views: 593
Australia

Re: Plex 1.40.3.8555 server installation problem

I noticed the same problem, but with a variation…. The manual installation of the update to 1.40.3.8555 appears to succeed, and I can see in the Plex Media Server console that it shows the version as 1.40.3.8555….BUT….it also says “update available” and has a link to the exactly the same version tha...
by johngwheeler
27 Jun 2024, 14:54
Forum: Plex
Topic: Plex library is empty, but has access to NAS media!
Replies: 4
Views: 302
Australia

Plex library is empty, but has access to NAS media!

I have a problem creating libraries in Plex Media Server (1.40.3.8555), or rather adding media to a new library. After installing Plex Media Server on the NAS, I accessed the Plex Server web console and added a new library: Create Library procedure 1. Go to "settings->Manage->Libraries", t...
by johngwheeler
21 Jun 2024, 18:31
Forum: Time Machine
Topic: Are Time Machine backups only possible on the "public" share?
Replies: 7
Views: 515
Australia

Re: Are Time Machine backups only possible on the "public" share?

Yes, in some cases, PC/MAC devices may have multiple users, and each user can have different SMB credential configurations. Just to clarify, are you saying any given macOS user, e.g. "macuser" may only be able to the connect to *any* share on the NAS with only a *single* NAS user account ...
by johngwheeler
19 Jun 2024, 08:32
Forum: Time Machine
Topic: Are Time Machine backups only possible on the "public" share?
Replies: 7
Views: 515
Australia

Re: Are Time Machine backups only possible on the "public" share?

We are trying to verify the problem. Could you please provide us with the TOS version number and macOS version number? This will help us to better troubleshoot the issue. Thanks. I'm using macOS 14.5 (latest update @18 June 24) and TOS 5.1.131-00123 on a new F4-424 NAS I have enabled the SMB file s...
by johngwheeler
17 Jun 2024, 10:06
Forum: Time Machine
Topic: Are Time Machine backups only possible on the "public" share?
Replies: 7
Views: 515
Australia

Are Time Machine backups only possible on the "public" share?

I created a new share for Time Machine backups (TimeMachineBackups)and added this to the Backup->Time Machine list of Authorised Directories. I also created a new user "tm-user" with read/write access to the Time Machine share and was able to configure this as a destination target in the m...
by johngwheeler
04 Jun 2024, 07:48
Forum: Storage
Topic: Does the F4-424 support M.2 SATA SSDs for cache?
Replies: 2
Views: 328
Australia

Re: Does the F4-424 support M.2 SATA SSDs for cache?

TMzethar wrote: 03 Jun 2024, 18:57 It is M.2 2280 NVMe Slot, it supports MVNe M.2 SSD, only M key.
Considering only the network interfaces, both SATA and NVMe are superior to 2.5GbE.
Thanks for the reply. I’ll find some small NVMe SSDS for the cache.
by johngwheeler
03 Jun 2024, 15:55
Forum: Storage
Topic: Does the F4-424 support M.2 SATA SSDs for cache?
Replies: 2
Views: 328
Australia

Does the F4-424 support M.2 SATA SSDs for cache?

I've just ordered an F4-424 with some IronWolf Pro HDDs, but was planning on using some smaller capacity SSDs (SATA) that I have for read/write cacheing Does anyone know whether the M.2 socket supports *both* NVMe *and* SATA interface SSDs? i.e. does the socket accept M.2. SSDs with both "M&quo...

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