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News and Updates / Re: WARNING: Do NOT mess with a working tRAID/RAID-F setup!
« Last post by cward3321 on January 18, 2019, 11:29:29 am »
That explains the lack of response from them on helping me transfer my license.  I got to the point where my trial ran out a little early and I ran out of disk space in my pool. I couldn't do anything but uninstall and switch to DrivePool+snapraid.  Process was pretty easy and now i just have to wait for snapraid to calculate out parity on my ~20T array.

Good luck to anyone not jumping ship.
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General Discussion / Re: Cannot Re-activate
« Last post by cward3321 on January 18, 2019, 11:24:04 am »
That's very dismaying.  I'm in the same boat but solved my issue this morning by ripping flexraid out and going to DrivePool+snapraid.  I migrated a couple weeks ago while I was waiting to hear back on assistance with my license transfer and my trial ran out early.  Couldn't do anything about it so uninstall.

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General Discussion / Re: How do I identify a UoR?
« Last post by Skirge01 on January 18, 2019, 10:48:04 am »
Thanks for the reply, but that's not the number I'm looking for.  I'm looking for the same kind of info Vayne was:

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Failed UoR position = 7

Failed UoR ID = 1000000008

Neither of those are serial numbers.  tRAID assigns these numbers somehow, somewhere, but I've been unable to find them referenced anywhere in the application.
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General Discussion / Re: How do I identify a UoR?
« Last post by cogliostrio on January 18, 2019, 09:09:36 am »
Depending on how you have labeled your drives under "display names" in the configuration. You can expand "physical drives", and look under "open/view details", and then again under the "smart details". There you can find the serial number of your drives, which is usually printed on your physical drive.
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News and Updates / Re: WARNING: Do NOT mess with a working tRAID/RAID-F setup!
« Last post by efishta on January 17, 2019, 11:30:39 am »
"Some users have storage sizes of 40 or more TB. I'm always horrified about it. There are certainly more professional solutions for that, I think it's a gimmick, but unfortunately they only look at the price."

It's the only product on the market that does real time raid on existing NTFS drives, which is why I initially used it... and still do, but once I get a failed activation or need to reinstall the OS, I'm probably going the Snapraid + Drivepool route... or just suck it up and switch to Unraid.
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General Discussion / Re: Consumer Portal - Not Secure
« Last post by efishta on January 17, 2019, 11:26:36 am »
Technically it's still secure, just with an expired cert. You're still receiving end to end encryption with it.

Brahim is MiA for a while, so don't expect it to be fixed any time soon. Just use it.
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General Discussion / Codification for a song output instruction
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General Discussion / Re: Is this the longest he's been gone?
« Last post by pooler1 on January 14, 2019, 07:32:04 pm »
@pooler1
I bought one license in December and around 48 h after the payment i had the purchase key in my mail.
ok cool thanks.
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General Discussion / Re: How do I identify a UoR?
« Last post by Skirge01 on January 14, 2019, 02:55:26 pm »
I know we're on our own here, so I'm hoping reviving this thread might bring some additional eyes to it.  I'm having an identical problem and I can't figure out any way to determine what the UoR position or UoR ID of any of my disks is.

Anyone?
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General Discussion / Re: Is this the longest he's been gone?
« Last post by b-earl on January 14, 2019, 02:18:28 pm »
@pooler1
I bought one license in December and around 48 h after the payment i had the purchase key in my mail.
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