I appreciate the reply - I just thought that each disk would populate with the read/write/checksum information, instead of showing 0's. It is not a deal breaker in any way shape or form, I just wanted to make sure that I didn't misconfigure anything.
Thanks for all your help with the samba issue - I was able to get it resolved and working well.
My array is working perfectly currently, I was just curious as to why I'm not getting any of the status information populated.
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Thanks in advance, and stay safe
Based off of what you said, i did a little bit of digging and was able to find the command "net usershare" which allowed me to "net usershare list" and "net usershare delete Datastore_AV" which resolved the issue.
Could you point me in the right direction of which part of the smb.conf file I...
I've used CZM to manage and create the shares and the pool.
So based off of your information, I kept the main pool "Datastore" and deleted all other filesystems
and then I created a filesystem on it called "AV"
I then enabled samba share, named the share "Media" and deleted the comments.
Thanks for the great piece of software.
This may be a simple question, but I'm having trouble with it.
I have a pool named datastore
I have two filesystems on top of it named media and appsisos
I have shared both via smb successfully
My question is even though I've set the share name to...
Hi I'm in search of 8tb drives for a good price. I was looking at Unixsurplus on ebay and was thinking of getting 3 or 4 of their HGST drives for 99 a piece, but I'd prefer to buy from someone on the forum if possible.
Thanks, and I hope everyone is safe.
I'm interested in purchasing a small rackmount chassis for my Rangely motherboard . The suggested chassis is SC504-203B but I'd honestly be happy with anything supermicro and can fit the mini itx board
I'm also looking for a couple of gigs of DDR3 ECC Sodimms for the board
MSI Demos Prototype Hybrid Storage Card: M.2 & 2.5” SATA on a PCIe Card
I found this very interesting, and would really like something like this, but perhaps with less of a gamer's bend to it.
Has anyone seen anything like this?
It's just a thought that has been on my mind quite a bit lately. Sequential Speeds obviously have saturated the bus at this point in time, but I'm wondering why we havnen't seen random read / write operations getting closer to saturating the bus.
It seems to me that is a much...