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General Discussion / Re: FlexRAID \ T-RAID Support?
« Last post by Skirge01 on Today at 03:20:12 pm »
Sadly, this is par for the course with Brahim.  He disappears for extended periods of time every so often; no clue why.  As long as my install keeps working, this isn't an issue for me.  If something better comes along, I'll certainly look into it, however.
General Discussion / Re: FlexRAID \ T-RAID Support?
« Last post by TheCodeMan on Today at 08:24:38 am »
Switched to StableBit DrivePool and SnapRAID with Elucidate GUI and couldn't be happier.
General Discussion / Re: Hardlink support
« Last post by Neloms on September 21, 2018, 05:08:43 am »
Really? No support for Windows? That can't be true, can it?
General Discussion / Re: FlexRAID \ T-RAID Support?
« Last post by MileySite on September 20, 2018, 02:37:42 am »
ht answer on the status of the product moving forward as well as the level of response that can be expected. I understand that user problems posted in the for
FlexRAID™ on Windows / Re: Can't activate my fRAID license
« Last post by b-earl on September 18, 2018, 01:53:51 pm »
Do you have any possibility to reset the activation in flexraid? There is such an option in traid.
General Discussion / Re: FlexRAID \ T-RAID Support?
« Last post by TheCodeMan on September 15, 2018, 08:56:01 pm »
Correction: I was very happy with T-Raid.
General Discussion / Looking for optimum web application language?
« Last post by Dennison on September 15, 2018, 12:14:58 pm »
Which web application development language is robust, flexible and has lots of free library classes and has easy visual coding (writes code in background and don't have to worry much about syntax) ?
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FlexRAID™ on Windows / migrating FlexRaid to Linux
« Last post by Marauder on September 13, 2018, 09:58:31 am »
I am looking to build out a flexraid setup. I haven't quite decided on T or R raid yet. I'm a bit confused on some of the differences between the two. But one of my big question is, if i build out a system on my windows machine and then later decide I want it on my linux server, can I just move it over?
I ask because i'm not sure my windows machine is going to be powerful enough to handle all I want it to, so if it's not I want to be able to move it over to my linux box. Will the configuration backup be able to import from a windows backup to a linux machine?
How are the drive info stored? Ie if i did the transfer would I have to make sure they're all plugged in, in the same order? Or does it work by drive serial?

P.S. This 4 captcha thing for each post is really annoying.
General Discussion / Beginners help
« Last post by Marauder on September 12, 2018, 06:23:43 pm »
Hey so I need to rebuild my Nas and media server and looking to change things up and streamline my system a bit. Before I was on freenas. I’m looking to run flexraid. I think I want to use Traid as most my data is fairly static being media files, around 20Tb of data. Does this mean it creates a copy of all my data or just a bit check? My plan is to have a separate drive for seeding files outside of the pool.
Also if I install it in windows and then later want to move the pool over to a Linux machine can flexraid handle that?
Also with both options can I add and remove drives? I got confused on that.
FlexRAID™ on Windows / Re: Can't activate my fRAID license
« Last post by sapo on September 11, 2018, 02:03:55 pm »
Please anyone?
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