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Verify/Validate report new files after Update

This issue can be caused by the following. Some files have  future dates. Check the FlexRAID log on your host drive and either delete or edit the files. You can find all such files by going to System Control Panel -> Toolbox -> Scan for invalid dates. To fix the issue:

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Advanced FUSE options for Linux users

Starting with FlexRAID 2.0 update 10r2, the full set of FUSE mount options are supported. See the FUSE readme for details on the supported options: http://download.openegg.org/release/FlexRAID/Linux/FUSE.README.txt

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Starting FlexRAID at boot (Ubuntu)

1. Go to ~/.config/autostart 2. Create a file called FlexRAID.sh and open it 3. Type these 2 lines: cd /var/lib/flexraid ./FlexRAID & (note you might need to change the first line to whatever your install directory is) 4. Save & close, make the file executable 5. Open the Startup Applications window, hit add, select your  Full Article…

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Benchmarking individual drives

One of the aspects of RAID’ing drives of different makes, models, and performance is that your slowest drive will be your bottleneck. To aid in identifying your slowest drive, below is a benchmark script. Download: http://download.openegg.org/temp/Simple-IO-Test.zip There are two example test scripts. The first one benchmarks each drive at time and the other does it  Full Article…

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