- Oct 10, 2013
It is me who misunderstood how mergerfs works. I'm new to Linux so I wasn't fully understanding how FUSE and was thinking that my entire array would have to use mergerfs as it's core FS. Do you have any thoughts on what would be a high performing FS in terms of read/write for my SSD server that I could use mergerfs in conjunction with?I thought you where looking for a way to have your Dockerized Plex have access to your UnRAID volume (slow) and a remote VPN (slow). I never suggested using mergerfs for anything other than that container for mounting your bulk media.
Your future SSD array that should be local on your Docker host and would only use mergerfs to pool those two slower volumes to share to your Plex container. Maybe I misunderstood your desired outcome.
I never suggested replacing UnRAID with SnapRAID. I suggested pooling the two slow NFS shares into one volume with mergerfs to share to your a Plex container. I'm not sure that you are understanding what I'm describing to you as none of this would ever require rebuilding or changing your OS in the future.