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sorry about that, EasyNAS is being rewritten
everything will be fixed in version 1.0
Thanks for your comments,
indeed smart tools is something I wish to implement.
Due to the fact I’m rewriting the entire GUI and since I’m the only one that maintain EasyNAS, it takes me time to implement stuff.
This is an Alpha version.
Not all options have been implemented.
All features will be available soon in he beta version.
still didn’t tried to implement everything in a docker image.
the issue is especially in easynas, that the filesystem is bases on the kernel
so even if I can update the docket very often, it will still use the kernel from the host.
I have a way to update EasyNAS with a kernel and still save all the settings.
it seems the hosting company had issues,
everything should be back to normal.
regarding the project,
it’s still going – S L O W
I hope to get a second Alpha soon
FTP allows you to download / upload files, currently there is no other settings beside turning it on or off.
when you are turning FTP on , you can use any EasyNAS user credentials to connect the FTP server. you will be able to download or upload a file based on the user ownership
I hope this helps.
you should start by planning how much storage you like,
and how much storage you are willing to sacrifice for durability
the best practice is to use Raid 5 – you will need to sacrifice only 1 hd
and will get a decent recovery option when one of your hd will fail.
to start your NAS in easyNAS is simple:
1. create a filesystem with your HDs
2. create a volume
3. create a shred dir
I’m also waiting to BTRFS to have encryption
when it will be available ( it’s in the roadmap ) I’ll incorporate it into EasyNAS
regarding fan control , it’s something I need to check.
this issue was resolved in EasyNAS v0.8.1
NTFS is not supported in EasyNAS,
if have created an EasyNAS partition ( BTRFS ) it overwrite the disk
I don’t know a way to recover it.
let me check what I can do.
I’m currently rewriting EsayNAS doing code cleanup. I belive I can do it in one of the future releases.
sorry for the late response, I’ll try to answer all of your questions:
1. The web interface is a free CSS that I’m using via perl templates plugin that allows me to easily draw any menu I want.
2. yes it’s all of those are included
3. I’ve used kiwi to build the installation
4. any help is welcome, I’m not looking , it’s just a hobby.
5. you can. but why do you need zfs when you have BRTFS ?
I’d be happy to answer any other question.
thanks for your post.
I’m trying to reproduce this issue .
I know there is a problem for easyans to find few network card.
thank for your post.
I’m trying to reproduce this issue.