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  Clean This Support Site
Posted by: smmi - Yesterday, 04:05 AM - Forum: Website & Forum Feedback - Replies (1)

Hey Thecus...

Please clean out the spam ads on this Support Site... It makes the place and your company look unprofessional and stupid... good lord...

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  High Availability clustering status ?
Posted by: ITEngineer - 05-22-2017, 04:59 PM - Forum: N12000 series/N16000 series - No Replies

Hi All,

Can anyone here please let me know if the below screenshot of my current production iSCSI NAS is running fine as expected ?

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What could be the issue or the steps to fix that ?

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  Thecus N16000 RAID60 degraded ?
Posted by: ITEngineer - 05-22-2017, 04:49 PM - Forum: N12000 series/N16000 series - No Replies

Hi All,

I'm currently running 2x Thecus NAS N-16000 Firmware 2.04.06a across two different Campus building.
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Can anyone here please assist me how to assign the 4x Hot Spare disks that were replaced with new ones into the existing RAID60 group:
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Into this degraded RAID group:
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Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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  [Flexget][2.10.48.0] Multipurpose automation tool for all of your media
Posted by: outkastm - 05-21-2017, 06:36 AM - Forum: Third party modules - No Replies

[Image: flexget.png]

Module is available for:

x64_OS5/OS7 - last version - 2.10.48.0
x86_OS5/OS6 - last version - 2.10.48.0

Download

Dependencies:

Python2 > 2.05.02

About

https://flexget.com

FlexGet is a multipurpose automation tool for all of your media
Support for torrents, nzbs, podcasts, comics, TV, movies, RSS, HTML, CSV, and more.

Features

Custom plugins support to add features, and to work with sites that do not provide useful feeds.
Directly integrates with Deluge, transmission, uTorrent, rTorrent, SABnzb and more.
Manage and track your series and/or movies directly from trakt.tv, thetvdb.com or imdb.com.
Full series and movie support with automatic scheduling, searching, downloading and even sorting in some cases.
A brand new web interface is being developed to help with configuration and settings.
Not built for any specific client or purpose. FlexGet can automate all kinds of content processing.

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  N5810 fan control
Posted by: phtran - 05-21-2017, 02:50 AM - Forum: N5810PRO - No Replies

I'm finding unusually high drive temperatures in my N5810, running OS 2.06.02.6.  The drive temps get as high as 77C.  Room ambient is climate controlled at 22C.

The fan control was set on Auto.  Fan speed has mostly been 300 RPM, and increases to 2500 RPM when there's a lot of NAS activity.

I feel that on Auto, the minimum RPM is too low.  However, the other fan options fix the fan speed to 1500, 2500, and 3300 RPM.  The fixed middle and high settings are too loud for continuous use, and the fixed low setting is not fast enough for high NAS activity.

Ideally, I'd like fan speed to be 1500 RPM when the NAS is idle and adaptively increase when there's activity.  Is there a way to limit Auto fan control to not go lower than 1500 RPM?

Also, when I cat /proc/hwm, HDD_TEMP1 and HDD_TEMP2 are both always 0.  Is this normal?  How does Auto fan control monitor drive temps?

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  N2810pro - no shutdown after new firmware and bios update
Posted by: heesters - 05-20-2017, 06:59 AM - Forum: NAS from 2 to 5 bays - SMB - Replies (2)

Hi,

a few days ago, i´ve bought the device n2810pro. Without updating the firmware, the shutdown and poweroff, done by OS or pressing the power-button, worked fine.
Now afterwards the system cannot be switched off anymore, without pressing a few seconds the power button.

Inside i use 2 WD RED 4TB as RAID-0 Btfrs.

How can i solve this problem ?

Thanks and best regards
mike from germany

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  [Ombi][2.2.1.0] Your personal media assistant
Posted by: outkastm - 05-18-2017, 04:10 AM - Forum: Third party modules - No Replies

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Module is available for:

x64_OS5/OS7 - last version - 2.2.1.0
x86_OS5/OS6 - last version - 2.2.1.0
ppc_OS6 - last version - 2.2.1.0

Download

Dependencies:
mono > 4.6.2.16

About

http://www.ombi.io

Ombi is a self-hosted web application that automatically gives your shared Plex or Emby users the ability to request content by themselves! Ombi can be linked to multiple TV Show, Movie and Music DVR tools to create a seamless end-to-end experience for your users.

Integration

Adds content to Sonarr, Radarr, Headphones and more

Notifications

Get notified when users request content via your favourite notification app


Customization

Change the theme, site name, landing page message and even add your own 'donate' link


Responsive

Users can access Ombi through any device - the UI adapts to their screen

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  N2810pro - Div. Probleme
Posted by: heesters - 05-16-2017, 03:30 PM - Forum: General [German Support] - No Replies

Hallo Zusammen,

ich habe mir die 2810pro Version gekauft und betreibe darin 2 x WD RED 4TB.

Leider funktioniert nach dem Firmware / BIOS-Update das Herunterfahren nicht mehr ???
Ich muss ganz lange den POWER-Knopf drücken....

Zusätzlich kann ich nicht die APPs installieren. Ich habe das dann manuell gemacht und zunächst LOCAL DISPLAY geladen.
Es wird mir allerdings nicht bei den installierten APPS angezeigt und wenn ich KODI manuell installieren will, schein die Version
mit LOCAL DISPLAY nicht zu passen.

Wie kann ich die APP LOCAL DISPLAY  wieder herunterwerfen ?
Soll ich auf die Werkseinstellungen zurücksetzen ? Ist dann auch die Firmware zurückgesetzt ? Wie sehe ich, daß das BIOS geupdatet wurde ?

Ich wäre dankbar, wenn mir irgendwer da draussen in der THECUS Gemeinde helfen könnte.
Schöne Grüsse
heesters

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Tongue N2810 and a couple of noobie questions
Posted by: k4yl0rd - 05-16-2017, 05:48 AM - Forum: Others - Replies (3)

Hello guys,
proud owner of an N2810 here  Wink
I'm quite new to the world of NAS, so I'd like to ask few questions that probably might appear to you as "basis" knowledge, if anyone could help me eventually redirecting on the right resource on the  web... that would be awesome.

Let's start  Cool

1 - How can I manage a complete backup of my home pc on the NAS? I used to perform backups by means of Clonezilla on external USB drives (sooooo slow), I'm wondering if a specific solution exist for the NAS. I'm interested more in complete backups (ISOs of my current configuration) to be triggered manually (e.g., once every couple of weeks) rather than delta backups. Could you suggest me some of the best practices on the argument?
2 - I'm quite "scared" to the idea of having my thecus NAS online on the internet 24/7... and since there's no need to keep it up by now, I usually turn off the NAS when I don't need it.
I'd like to receive some hints in order to secure my personal data on the NAS while having it on the internet. I tried to configure Access Guard in order to limit the access to the NAS only from a specific MAC address (e.g. the home desktop), but there's something that is not working properly as I can "reach" the NAS even from my mobile phone... Sad
My initial thought is to configure a VPN server on my desktop, in order to access to my house LAN remotely, and once entered, reach the NAS. Might this be a good/feasible solution?
Apart from documents and contents, I'd like to plug in also some internal ip cameras to monitor remotely my house... So I have to be absolutely sure that my Thecus NAS is well protected by brute attacks and vulnerabilities.

That's all (and maybe too much Tongue) by now, thanks anyone!

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