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The Network folder specified is currently mapped using a different user name and password

I have a NAS device, it has 3 shares. On one computer I have access to all 3 of the shares. On another computer I keep getting this error when try and add a 2nd one. The Network folder specified is ...
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Can I install FreeNAS on an old ReadyNAS 1100

I have an old ReadyNAS 1100 by Netgear. It has 4x500GB disks. http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/rnr4000.asp Can I install FreeNAS on it? If so, can you please explain how? As far as I can ...
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ReadyNAS 3200 Taking a Long Time to boot

I have a ReadyNAS 3200 that locked up on me. I could web into it, I could see the files on it via CIFS, but it would not allow me to access existing, or edit/create new files. I would get an error ...
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Duplicity on a ReadyNAS

Has anyone here run Duplicity on a ReadyNAS? I'm trying but here's what I get: duplicity full --encrypt-key="ABC123" /home/jason/ scp://jswett@192.168.140.2//gob Invalid SSH password Running 'sftp ...
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2 disk RAID5 Linux software array

(I've posted this on Serverfault as I suspect it a bit to technical for Superuser. If I'm wrong please move it where appropriate) I am remotely looking at a device which identifies as ReadyNAS ...
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Nagios monitoring for ReadyNAS: snmp data not appearing

I've put in all the Nagios settings to monitor this but my commands are timing out: ./check_snmp -H 10.100.0.20 -o READYNAS-MIB::volumeStatus.1 -C public -P 2c I noticed that I don't have the MIB ...
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Why does my ReadyNas 4200 have a constant beep post disk failure

Went to check on a high pitched constant beep coming from the server room and discovered that all the LED lights on the disks were black except one which had a constant green. Post a Re-boot nothing ...
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Netgear ReadyNAS 316 Share getting Nobody NoGroup Permissions on Ubuntu?

We have a Netgear ReadyNAS 316 set up to replace an older ReadyNAS Ultra 6 which died, but we're having trouble getting permissions working as they did on the Ultra 6. Basically we're using the NAS ...
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Malformed rsync command on ReadyNAS

I'm trying to set up rsync backups on my ReadyNAS and I'm getting the following error: ERROR: The remote path must start with a module name not a / This error is accompanied by the following ...
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Expand a volume residing on one X-RAID disk installed on a Netgear ReadyNas Duo v2

I've got a Netgear ReadyNas Duo v2 (2 disk slots). System is configured with X-RAID which does not provide flexibility but automatically expands based on a sort of RAID-5 logic. I had 2 500 GB hard ...
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rsync and compression for local network

I'm in the process of backing up my ReadyNAS NV to a linux server with rsync. Is the -z or --compress option worthwhile over a local network? Or am I just adding overhead on the ReadyNAS when I don't ...
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Building a new office NAS solution

Currently, I'm in the process of specifiying a new backup / storage server. At the moment, we have an ailing Netgear ReadyNAS, which is pretty good for some things, but has some big limitations, such ...
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Rsync to NETGEAR ReadyNAS fails on one particular file

I currently have a server that nightly backs up its data to a NETGEAR ReadyNAS device using Rsync. This has been working fine for the past few months. However recently, I started to get the following ...
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What drive spindal speed should I be using for video streaming? [closed]

I want to use a Netgear ReadyNAS 2100 to store and stream H264/MPEG4 videos. Each video differs in size, but ranges from a few hundred MB to a few GB. On average, each video will be 500MB in size and ...
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What is domain.actdsltmp?

In my ReadyNAS, the DNS "Domain name" is set to domain.actdsltmp. I don't know how it got that way or what it means, and searching reveals lots of mentions but no explanation I could find. Does this ...
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If i change my disks in a ReadyNAS 1100 - will I lose the data?

I have a ReadyNAS 1100, with 4X1.5TB disks. Due to some problems, I am thinking to do the following: Take the 4 HD's out (4X1.5TB identical disks, keep the order) Put new 4 Disks in (4X500GB ...
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NcFTP batch uploading

I'm on a Debian box, which I can't modify in any way. I need to upload an entire directory (and subdirs) content to my server. The only tool I've got is ncFTP (http://www.ncftp.com/). Can you help ...
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Permission denied on Netgear ReadyNAS duo

This topic: http://www.readynas.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=53960 My Netgear ReadyNAS duo (it's a Debian box) is running PHP. I wrote a script for organizing some files. I succesfully read ...
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ReadyNAS running slow

We have a NetGear ReadyNAS NV+ that we are using just for filestorage. While it appears to be running normally as a fileserver, the admin functions run incredibly slow. Sometimes, backups take so ...
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Getting the path of items on your network

I have a ReadyNAS on my network that I can't SSH or rsync into because it doesn't allow connections on port 22. I can, however, see the machine in Ubuntu's filesystem GUI under "Network". If I open up ...
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Recovering files from a ReadyNAS

I'm backing up a Linux machine (called Gob) to a ReadyNAS. Everything is going fine but I want to practice a recovery so things have a higher chance of going smoothly in the event that a real disaster ...
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How do I back up root directory with ReadyNAS?

I'm backing up a Linux machine (Ubuntu 10.04) with rsync over SSH. If I specify for my path something like "home/jason" it works just fine. "home/jason" is translated into "/home/jason". But how do I ...
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Ways of referring to root other than “/”

Is there any other way to refer to the root directory besides "/"? I have a ReadyNAS Pro on which I'm trying to set up a backup. When it asks me what directory I want to back up, it wants me to leave ...
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Scalable (> 24 TB) NAS for research department

I have been asked to provide a new fileserver to store our medical images (raw format, not dicom). As we have no IT staff, I have to find a solution, and I hardly know anything about this topic. The ...
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Can't modify or chown files on readynas nfs share

I have a readynas with nfs sharing. I have a bunch of files that I can't write to on the share. They're owned by nobody:nogroup and if I try to chown them I get chown: changing ownership of ...
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ReadyNAS 2100 iSCSI and ESX Server 3 - Multiple Host Connections

I have a simple VMWare ESX Server 3 farm (plus Virtual Infrastructure/HA) that is running off of a single iSCSI SAN. We have a NetGear ReadyNAS 2100 set up as an iSCSI target with two volumes ...