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Tip: Installing specific Linux kernel version

In the case that you ever needed to install a specific Linux kernel version in order to run a particular release, here are some quick tips. Note: This will only apply to Ubuntu/Debian users as RHEL/CentOS users won’t ever have such a need. (Optional) Check that the particular image you are interested in is available  Full Article…


Tip: Hacking tRAID Host to load on unsupported kernel

This tip is for advanced users only. In order to run a stable supported installation, you must run tRAID on one of the supported kernel versions. The tRAID host is compiled for specific kernel versions. See for the list of currently kernels. We also recommend that you run tRAID on distributions that maintain a  Full Article…


Dynamic Translation of FlexRAID Web UIs

Releases of FlexRAID products starting 2015-11-09 will now support dynamic translations. This is useful for users working on translating the Web UIs. By default and for performance reasons, translations for FlexRAID Web UIs are statically compiled into the application. This means that a full release is normally required to include translation changes. All releases starting  Full Article…


How to enable more verbose logging in Transparent RAID

There are two log files in Transparent RAID. One for the Host Service Broker, which you will find on your C:\ by befault (C:\FlexRAID.nzfs.log). The other is for the Web UI Service, which you will also find on your C:\ by default (C:\NZFSWebUI.log); – How to set the “Trace” level in the Host service’s log:  Full Article…


Tip: Error formatting tRAID disk

If you are having issues formatting the presented tRAID disks, it is likely because you have either TCQ or SWO enabled. These RAID optimizations must be disabled before formatting tRAID disks. So, stop the array, disable both TCQ and SWO, and restart the array. You should then be able to format the desired tRAID disk  Full Article…


Transparent RAID Plugins

Web UI Plugins The Web UI in Transparent RAID supports plugins that either monitor or control various aspects of the management platform. Plugins are created using simple HTML and JavaScript. Plugin Types There aren’t plugin types per say, but a plugin can be displayed in one of three areas: As a main tab: for general  Full Article…