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  1. Monitor folder and Convert m4a to mp3 and move/delete

    Wondering if anyone can offer any advice/options? I'm looking for something to monitor a folder, and as new m4a files arrive, convert them to MP3's and move them to my Google Play folder so they'll...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SnapRAID & AUFS Permissions - Doing it right?

    Well, it seems like I got it... figured out the obvious parts, such as not creating and copying drives and partitions... I did go from like Snapraid 3.2 to 6.3 (your current guide). I also installed...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SnapRAID & AUFS Permissions - Doing it right?

    Hi rubylaser,

    I wanted to hit you up here because I'm having a different issue, but it's my configuration above. It seems my boot disk has gone bad. I do not have a backup of my configs... but I...
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    [ubuntu] Cannot browse via IP / Hostname OK

    All,

    I've been running an Ubuntu RAID Array/server for about a year now, and have been using it to serve up media to a variety of media devices (Win7 w/XBMC, RPi w/Raspbmc, WDTV's via Serviio, and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SnapRAID & AUFS Permissions - Doing it right?

    Ok, it finally finished. Where /dev/sdg1 is the q-parity. According to this, it looks like it's taking an appropriate amount of space? Do I just trust that it's setup right, or is there a way to...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SnapRAID & AUFS Permissions - Doing it right?

    So I let it run overnight, and it's still going scrolling the same stuff... except it's up in the 8700000 range now. Man, I sure hope I'm doing this right. LOL


    error:140314:q-parity: Data...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SnapRAID & AUFS Permissions - Doing it right?

    Thanks again. I'm not sure I've done this right, but I've added another data drive, and another parity drive using the q-parity option in snapraid.conf. I'm running a snapraid fix right now, and...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SnapRAID & AUFS Permissions - Doing it right?

    Ok, I have another question... and honestly, I think this is self explanatory at this point, but thought I'd ask.

    I have 6 SATA ports on my mobo. I have two addon controller cards, 1 with 4...
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    [ubuntu] Re: SnapRAID & AUFS Permissions - Doing it right?

    Well that sounds about right actually. I'll check it out when I get home, but I'm pretty sure that'll do it.

    And to be honest, that sounds easy enough to add a disk. Sounds pretty much like...
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    [ubuntu] SnapRAID & AUFS Permissions - Doing it right?

    Hi,

    I'd had issues with mdadm and my RAID array that a forum member helped me through here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2174124
    As such, he recommended a tutorial that Rubylaser...
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    [SOLVED] Re: mdadm RAID5 - lost 2 drives?/can't boot

    Thanks SaturnusDJ for all your help with this. I appreciate the reference to Rubylaser's SnapRAID tutorial. He has some great stuff on his site, and I put together a test box following his...
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    [SOLVED] Re: mdadm RAID5 - lost 2 drives?/can't boot

    Short test has been run on all 4 drives, doesn't seem to be any errors. Will probably run the long test tonight.


    root@MediaMaster:/home/mark# smartctl -a /dev/sdasmartctl 5.41 2011-06-09 r3365...
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    [SOLVED] Re: mdadm RAID5 - lost 2 drives?/can't boot

    Oh my god! You're awesome! I stopped it and re-ran my command, and presto it's there!!


    mdadm --assemble /dev/md0 --uuid=5876024f:4dbbcdfc:4d1dde3f:a9857ea3

    Now, can you please offer a...
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    [SOLVED] Re: mdadm RAID5 - lost 2 drives?/can't boot

    Ok, so I went ahead with a-d instead of b-e, either way, this was the output of the commands:


    root@MediaMaster:/home/mark# mdadm --stop /dev/md0 mdadm: stopped /dev/md0
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    [SOLVED] Re: mdadm RAID5 - lost 2 drives?/can't boot

    You say to assemble with all the drives by running this:


    mdadm --assemble /dev/md0 /dev/sd[b-e]1

    This is where I'm a little confused with my own system. the mdadm.conf as I showed above does...
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    [SOLVED] mdadm RAID5 - lost 2 drives?/can't boot

    Hi Guys,

    Please bear with me, I'm not the most savvy Linux guy, but I try. I have a 4 drive RAID5 array that failed on a reboot today. I have 4x3TB WD Red's... and it's saying 2 have failed. ...
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