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|03-09-2013 10:59 AM|
Is there anyway you could tell me how you put that script to start at boot. ntpd -gq?
|03-06-2013 12:21 PM|
The swap idea is sound if you have fast I/O (ex. SATA/SAS connection) to the swap space. USB-connected drives don't provide good I/O speed therefore the overall performance will slow way down when the data have to be moved back and forth from the memory to the swap drive and back. It boils down to the difference between if the sabnzbd crashes or it takes full power on a drive (because of the swap) 24/7 but can only put a couple of downloaded files together in a day.
5-15gb is size unit not length. I have never noticed any problems downloading 5-15gb (single file size) with mine. But I am not sure single file size is the only potential performance impact factor here. The number of queue entries in sabnzbd and the number of un-processed sickbeard entries both affect the memory usage a lot.
If by "how fast can you download from pogo" you mean the transfer speed in LAN from pogo to a computer, it really depends on your network setup. For me it's 25MBps wired with gigabit switch (both pogo and the client) and 6MBps if pogo is wired and the client is connected through 54g wireless.
|03-06-2013 12:02 PM|
Thanks for the info.
|03-06-2013 11:58 AM|
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|02-19-2013 01:31 PM|
|crakarjax||ext* is way faster than NTFS on linux.|
|02-18-2013 10:07 PM|
|02-18-2013 09:21 PM|
This might be a moronic question to you guys... what is the best format to be able to access on both (mostly) Mac and PC? I was going for NTFS but isn't that Windows only? The drives are currently formatted for the Mac. Thank you.
|02-18-2013 03:53 PM|
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|02-18-2013 01:58 PM|
Follow the install instructions but to enable and start the service on boot, use:
systemctl enable smbd.service systemctl enable nmbd.service systemctl start smbd.service systemctl start nmbd.service
|02-17-2013 10:25 PM|
Perhaps this would help
Post the drive setup and your questions and they shall be answered. Although from what I can see most questions have been answered in the previous 5 pages.
|02-17-2013 04:01 PM|
|psilver||Oh this is nuts. After a month, I finally able to install Arch Linux but now I can't install Samba and reading from the posts above, there is no "newbie" solution for me to follow. Please help.|
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