I've been using it even longer and also not seen it my self. It was mentioned in the MB section, I think it was Gigabyte which had the problem. The reason why I started with partitions, was due to HD size, you would be able to add a drive which was larger than the rest, but that has all changed...
They probably have fixed it, but one of the MB vendors had a FW bug a few years back which would strip the raid during reboot. Not a "biggy" but you had to reassemble the raid after each reboot. It only happened with raw devices.
Normally what you do, is that you create an ssh key for only this, which you then distribute to the people and/or computers who/which need it.
Or if this is an enterprice environment, then maybe an PAM solution could be used.
Last year I was forced to change the MB in one of my boxes to an A2SDi-4C-HLN4F, it was basically plug n' play.
The box is only used to receive backups (time machine and a copy of my borgbackup from another server), which means that there is no reason for the harddrives to spin 24/7, and...
My Asus board died and was replaced by a Super Micro board, which mean that I have no use for this. I am not 100% that it works as the Asus board died due to a short circuit in the PSU.
It has been updated to the lates FW to be able to cope with Java8.
I'll ship for free within EU.
I think what you're looking for is the PUID and PGID environment variables Understanding PUID and PGID, they control which owner:group is being set on files on the docker host when you use filesystem mapping. If you use volumes then it doesn't really matter.
That will map what ever...
Interesting, we’ll see how the market looks like when it becomes readily available. I got a couple of Nano’s from them, I kind of like them, but I would hope that things would work without having the controller running all the time. Also I’ll wait and see what they offer with the L3 FW update...
A BeQuiet PSU in my backup server which (after I pressed the power button a few time) fried it self (big spark) and the MB (Asus P10S-I) in one go.
First time that ever happened to me, in 30 odd years.
Everything else was fine - got an A2SDI-4C-HLN4F as a replacement.
Also have an Asus...
Synology only allow ssh to an account which is ‘admin‘. Without that they block it. There are multiple ways to work around it, not of them really nice (which is why my Synology is on it’s way to ebay).
A VPN solution is the easiest and the fastest way to create a setup like this. Meaning you run for example OpenVPN on your router, and when connected to it, you’ll have access to your NextCloud. You can run a proxy server on a cloud server instance, which then uses VPN to connect to your...
To save a bit of money (reuse of cpu) I decided to to got for an E3C236D2I for my downscale nas box (fewer bigger drives).
And now need to decide about the NVMe - the MB can only take an M.2. 2230 and that limits the selection a "bit". But I've seen that one can get converter...
Sorry, you're right - it is a few years ago when I last looked at these things.
kinit -Vkt /etc/krb5.keytab LDAP/ubuntuclient.DOMAIN.COM@DOMAIN.COM
You're trying to use the LDAP spn which is what is failing.
If you can do a 'kinit <username>' then you should be good to go as that is what is...
Not sure if I understand you fully, but are you talking about macvlan, which basically allow you to give you containers ”real” addresses directly on the lan. I use it without any issues on my synology box.
I upgraded to my ASMB8 which is in my P10S-I with the FW for 1.16.1 for Z10PC-D8 using the "Firmware Update" option, which worked. I no longer get certificate errors. But on MacOS I still have to allow the java applet to run as it's unsigned. But it works (ya!).