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  1. If you call "headache-free" an easier setup, then you're about right, there's will be a handful of solutions out there to satisfy you. IMHO, "headache-free" NAS OS is something that will never exist; or you have some workload in the beginning with a more complicated setup, or you will buy a pre-customized product that will be easier to setup, but may lead to catastrophic loss with the usage of non-friendly SOHO storage system, because RAID5/6/Z are enterprise-focused on data availability and integrity, not on data resilience. Windows, by far, is not suited to the task, I'm afraid. Maybe LT could make things easier by creating some "wizard" setup that asks where the user want to store it's downloads, it's movies and it's documents, and the docker system request the predefined value instead of letting the user choose every path. But this didn't take the merits of the product itself.
  2. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Nope, I'm using Tapatalk right now and didn't saw your PM. Sorry for that. Will take a close look soon.
  3. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Please take a look at the first post for "How can I download a copy of the plugin log" and send the file here.
  4. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Please send me the whole previews plugin log, please.
  5. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    You have to rename it preclear_disk.sh too.
  6. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    It's the only one in the dropdown list?
  7. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Yes, just take a look at the first post of this thread.
  8. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Update 2018.05.03 just released. In my tests it fixed the "not zeroed" error. Enviado de meu SM-G955F usando Tapatalk
  9. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Joe L. script reads the disk in chunks. It reads, in a loop, n bytes and sum them up to verify it's zeroed. The speed you guys see on the cli is the read speed; in the gui you can see the whole operation speed (read + sum + verify zero sum). Enviado de meu SM-G955F usando Tapatalk
  10. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Nope, still testing it and will release it later this week. Enviado de meu SM-G955F usando Tapatalk
  11. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Yep, that's the one. Enviado de meu SM-G955F usando Tapatalk
  12. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    It was never reverse engineered, the md driver was always open source. Guys , let's be straight: adding new functionality is always an opportunity to inadvertently introduce some bugs into the code. Some fixes I made (e.g. fail dd in case of read errors) led to an odd behavior. I'd try to circumvent this, but it takes some time. Enviado de meu SM-G955F usando Tapatalk
  13. gfjardim

    (SOLVED) Preclear fail on two separate drives

    Currently there's a known bug in 0.9.5/6 preventing disks from being correctly cleaned. Will let you know when fixed.
  14. gfjardim

    Preclear plugin

    Ok guys, there's an error in the 0.9.5 version of the script causing this anomaly. It should copy zeroes to the entire disk, but dd is skipping the last 10 (2097152 bytes sized) blocks of the disk, leaving it in an inconsistent state. I'm trying to fix it right now, but every change need 24 hours to be tested on my test disk, so it will take some time to debug it.
  15. One source of array information is extracted from the /boot/config/super.dat file. Sometimes serial number of old disks remain there and that will keep your disk from being recognized. You will have to edit the script to bypass that limitation.

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