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  • Setup SMART Reporting via email | Page 4 | FreeNAS Community
    00 4658 16 Short offline Completed without error 00 4634 17 Short offline Completed without error 00 4610 18 Short offline Completed without error 00 4586 19 Short offline Completed without error 00 4562 20 Short offline Completed without error 00 4538 21 Short offline Completed without error 00 4515 SMART Selective self test log data structure revision number 1 SPAN MIN LBA MAX LBA CURRENT TEST STATUS 1 0 0 Not testing 2 0 0 Not testing 3 0 0 Not testing 4 0 0 Not testing 5 0 0 Not testing Selective self test flags 0x0 After scanning selected spans do NOT read scan remainder of disk If Selective self test is pending on power up resume after 0 minute delay ada5 Code text smartctl 5 43 2012 06 30 r3573 FreeBSD 8 3 RELEASE p6 amd64 local build Copyright C 2002 12 by Bruce Allen http smartmontools sourceforge net START OF INFORMATION SECTION Model Family Western Digital Caviar Green Adv Format Device Model WDC WD20EARX 00PASB0 Serial Number WD WMAZA8646946 LU WWN Device Id 5 0014ee 159fd0577 Firmware Version 51 0AB51 User Capacity 2 000 398 934 016 bytes 2 00 TB Sector Sizes 512 bytes logical 4096 bytes physical Device is In smartctl database for details use P show ATA Version is 8 ATA Standard is Exact ATA specification draft version not indicated Local Time is Tue Apr 2 13 23 42 2013 PDT SMART support is Available device has SMART capability SMART support is Enabled START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION SMART overall health self assessment test result PASSED General SMART Values Offline data collection status 0x84 Offline data collection activity was suspended by an interrupting command from host Auto Offline Data Collection Enabled Self test execution status 0 The previous self test routine completed without error or no self test has ever been run Total time to complete Offline data collection 38160 seconds Offline data collection capabilities 0x7b SMART execute Offline immediate Auto Offline data collection on off support Suspend Offline collection upon new command Offline surface scan supported Self test supported Conveyance Self test supported Selective Self test supported SMART capabilities 0x0003 Saves SMART data before entering power saving mode Supports SMART auto save timer Error logging capability 0x01 Error logging supported General Purpose Logging supported Short self test routine recommended polling time 2 minutes Extended self test routine recommended polling time 368 minutes Conveyance self test routine recommended polling time 5 minutes SCT capabilities 0x3035 SCT Status supported SCT Feature Control supported SCT Data Table supported SMART Attributes Data Structure revision number 16 Vendor Specific SMART Attributes with Thresholds ID ATTRIBUTE NAME FLAG VALUE WORST THRESH TYPE UPDATED WHEN FAILED RAW VALUE 1 Raw Read Error Rate 0x002f 200 200 051 Pre fail Always 5 3 Spin Up Time 0x0027 176 168 021 Pre fail Always 6200 4 Start Stop Count 0x0032 100 100 000 Old age Always 89 5 Reallocated Sector Ct 0x0033 200 200 140 Pre fail Always 0 7 Seek Error Rate 0x002e 200 200 000 Old age Always 0 9 Power On Hours 0x0032 092 092 000 Old age Always 6217 10 Spin Retry Count 0x0032 100 253 000 Old age Always 0 11 Calibration Retry Count 0x0032 100 253 000 Old age Always 0 12 Power Cycle Count 0x0032 100 100 000 Old age Always 85 192 Power Off Retract Count 0x0032 200 200 000 Old age Always 80 193 Load Cycle Count 0x0032 195 195 000 Old age Always 15699 194 Temperature Celsius 0x0022 117 101 000 Old age Always 33 196 Reallocated Event Count 0x0032 200 200 000 Old age Always 0 197 Current Pending Sector 0x0032 200 200 000 Old age Always 0 198 Offline Uncorrectable 0x0030 200 200 000 Old age Offline 0 199 UDMA CRC Error Count 0x0032 200 200 000 Old age Always 2 200 Multi Zone Error Rate 0x0008 200 200 000 Old age Offline 2 SMART Error Log Version 1 No Errors Logged SMART Self test log structure revision number 1 Num Test Description Status Remaining LifeTime hours LBA of first error 1 Extended offline Completed without error 00 5238 2 Short offline Completed without error 00 4597 3 Short offline Completed without error 00 4573 4 Short offline Completed without error 00 4549 5 Short offline Completed without error 00 4525 6 Short offline Completed without error 00 4501 7 Short offline Completed without error 00 4477 8 Short offline Completed without error 00 4453 9 Short offline Completed without error 00 4429 10 Short offline Completed without error 00 4406 11 Short offline Completed without error 00 4382 12 Short offline Completed without error 00 4358 13 Short offline Completed without error 00 4334 14 Short offline Completed without error 00 4310 15 Short offline Completed without error 00 4286 16 Short offline Completed without error 00 4262 17 Short offline Completed without error 00 4238 18 Short offline Completed without error 00 4214 19 Short offline Completed without error 00 4191 20 Short offline Completed without error 00 4167 21 Short offline Completed without error 00 4143 SMART Selective self test log data structure revision number 1 SPAN MIN LBA MAX LBA CURRENT TEST STATUS 1 0 0 Not testing 2 0 0 Not testing 3 0 0 Not testing 4 0 0 Not testing 5 0 0 Not testing Selective self test flags 0x0 After scanning selected spans do NOT read scan remainder of disk If Selective self test is pending on power up resume after 0 minute delay Wolfeman0101 Apr 2 2013 70 Offline Torx Member Since Apr 2 2013 Messages 1 Message Count 1 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Torx Apr 2 2013 Hi there I found this a nice thread thanks for the info I tweaked the code slightly so it exits if the disc does not spin up within half a day it does it by itself If smartctl fails for any reason the script exists anyway Code text bin sh check SMART drive status and mail results to given address parameters email your email address machine Your machine name check usage usage echo Usage sh smartmail sh drive0 drive1 drive2 driveN echo where driveN is the name of a device in dev e g ada0 if eq 0 then usage exit 1 fi send summary report if more than 2 drives are involved summarize 0 if gt 2 then summarize 1 fi specify process to check the drive n standby skip if on standby use never to force a spinup H show overall health must be included for summary A show vendor specific SMART attributes l error show SMART error log l selftest show SMART test log chkdrive smartctl n standby H A l error l selftest drivepath logfile specify process to check the drive n standby skip if on standby use never to force a spinup H show overall health must be included for summary A show vendor specific SMART attributes l error show SMART error log l selftest show SMART test log chkdrive forced smartctl n never H A l error l selftest drivepath logfile if summarize eq 1 then logfile summary tmp smlog summary emit email header echo To email echo Subject SMART Drive Status Summary for machine echo echo SMART overall health self assessment test results logfile summary fi iterate through all drives for drive in do drivepath dev drive logfile tmp smlog drive emit email header echo To email echo Subject SMART Drive Status for machine drivepath echo logfile sleepcount 0 check on the drive repeatedly until its awake chkdrive ret while ret 0 do sleep 60 sleepcount expr sleepcount 1 if sleepcount gt 720 then chkdrive forced ret if ret 0 then echo Could not wakeup drive for SMART test logfile ret 0 fi else chkdrive ret fi done if sleepcount gt 0 then echo logfile echo DRIVE WAS ASLEEP FOR ROUGHLY sleepcount MINUTES BEFORE STATUS WAS AVAILABLE logfile fi extract summary line if desired if summarize eq 1 then status awk overall logfile cut d f2 echo drivepath status logfile summary fi remove some gratuitous lines from the file sed i e Copyright d logfile sed i e START d logfile done send the summary first if summarize eq 1 then sendmail t logfile summary rm logfile summary fi then send individual drive status for drive in do logfile tmp smlog drive sendmail t logfile rm logfile done exit 0 Torx Apr 2 2013 71 Offline Wolfeman0101 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Jun 14 2012 Messages 258 Message Count 258 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 18 Wolfeman0101 Apr 2 2013 joeschmuck said Code text chkdrive smartctl H A l error l selftest drivepath logfile Click to expand So with this updated the script works Thanks so much for being patient and users like you guys make FreeNAS the superior NAS solution Wolfeman0101 Apr 2 2013 72 Offline SkyMonkey Newbie Member Since Mar 13 2013 Messages 86 Message Count 86 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 8 SkyMonkey Apr 5 2013 For the record not all drives will spin up when you request SMART data The 2TB Red drives I am using will happily report SMART data all day long without spinning the platters up If you copy files or request a SMART test of some kind then they spin up I ve removed the n flag entirely from my smartctl command my version of the script SkyMonkey Apr 5 2013 73 Offline tanik1 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Mar 31 2013 Messages 113 Message Count 113 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 18 tanik1 Apr 8 2013 Re Updated Code Runs SMART test and sends results joeschmuck said UPDATE This code runs the SMART Short test and and after 5 minutes it will email you the results In the subject line it will say PASSED or PROBLEM Notes If you change this to run the long test then you must change the wait time appropriately For my Samsung 2TB drives the wait should be a minimum of 255 minutes according to the drive I took the sleep timer and set it to 5 hours for a long test I recommend creating two versions of this a short and long test version then you can simply call the version you want to run Here is the short test version Call this script as follows sh etc esmart sh drive example sh etc esmart sh dev ada0 Code text usr local bin sh Place this in conf base etc Call sh esmart sh dev ada0 switch1 is the drive to check passed parameter switch1 1 This will use the characters after dev for the temp file names Example dev ada0 becomes coverada0 or cover0ada0 or cover1ada0 This needs to be done to keep multiple jobs from using the same files drv echo switch1 cut c6 Variable just so we can add a note that the drive was asleep when the application started but is now awake c 0 Run SMART Quick Test runsmartshort If changing to long SMART test swap the hash marks from the three lines below You may edit the sleep to whatever your drive recommends for the test to finish smartctl t short switch1 smartctl t long switch1 echo Short Test Running waiting 5 minutes for test to finish echo Long Test Running waiting 255 minutes for test to finish sleep 300 sleep 15300 Process to run our check on the drive setup exclusivly for only l error Output cover0 chkdrive smartctl n standby l error l selftest switch1 var cover0 drv Process to create the email header Input cover1 output cover makeheader echo To youremail address net printf Subject SMART Drive Results for switch1 cat var cover1 drv echo var cover drv Process to create the email header for failure Input none output cover makeheaderfailure echo To youremail address net printf Subject SMART Drive Results for switch1 PROBLEM echo var cover drv Process for normal results Input is cover0 output is cover1 procnormal Delete lines 1 through 5 leaving the status returned cover0 cannot be changed here sed 1 5d var cover0 drv var cover1 drv If the drive was asleep we can add a line so the user knows it was sleeping if c eq 1 then echo date printf The drive was sleeping and just woke up echo var cover1 drv fi Process to cleanup our trash files cleanup rm var cover drv rm var cover0 drv rm var cover1 drv Lets test the drive runsmartshort Lets call chkdrive output is cover0 chkdrive If chkdrive returns a value 2 for sleeping then loop while eq 2 do Pause the checking of the drive to about once a minute if the drive is not running This can be changed to more or less frequent it s a personal choice sleep 59 c 1 chkdrive done If chkdrive returns a value other than 0 before or after sleeping error if ne 0 then makeheaderfailure cat var cover0 drv var cover1 drv else procnormal makeheader Chop off all but the most recent 5 test results sed 11 40d var cover drv var cover1 drv fi sendmail t var cover1 drv Call Cleanup Process cleanup exit 0 Click to expand Like your code but is there a way to combine all the drive in one email So have it just send the over all email and the rest of the drive info in one big email Sorry not that great with bash not sure how to change it to fit my needs I was able to throw getting temps in there but the rest is a little difficult to figure out FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Intel R Pentium R CPU G3258 3 20GHz MSI Z97 PC mate motherboard 16GB DDR3 non ECC memory 4x4TB Seagate Drive Highpoint RocketRaid 2720sgl tanik1 Apr 8 2013 74 Offline tanik1 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Mar 31 2013 Messages 113 Message Count 113 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 18 tanik1 Apr 9 2013 Never mind I was able to figure it out This is how it is I think someone can look into and probably make it better But I did it if you have a highpoint controller and I combine joeschmuck and bertrem code together and changed it a bit Thanks to them I was able to get it working this way It will send 2 emails one is a summary for the drives and temperature and the other the logs of the drives Here how minds look like you have to do an sh extrasmart sh 1 2 3 4 the numbers are for hpt 1 1 hpt 1 2 etc Code text bin sh check SMART drive status and mail results to given address parameters email youremail email com machine yourmachinename Run SMART Quick Test runsmartshort If changing to long SMART test swap the hash marks from the three lines below You may edit the sleep to whatever your drive recommends for the test to finish smartctl t short d drivepath dev hpt27xx smartctl t long switch1 echo Short Test Running waiting 2 minutes for test to finish echo Long Test Running waiting 255 minutes for test to finish sleep 150 sleep 15300 Make email header makeheader echo To email echo Subject SMART Drive Status Report echo var drivelogfile remove drivelogfile cleanup rm var drivelogfile rm var smlog drive check usage usage echo Usage sh smartmail sh drive0 drive1 drive2 driveN echo where driveN is the name of a device in dev e g ada0 if eq 0 then usage exit 1 fi send summary report if more than 2 drives are involved summarize 0 if gt 1 then summarize 1 fi specify process to check the drive n standby skip if on standby use never to force a spinup H show overall health must be included for summary A show vendor specific SMART attributes l error show SMART error log l selftest show SMART test log chkdrive smartctl n standby H A l error l selftest d drivepath dev hpt27xx logfile if summarize eq 1 then logfile summary var smlog summary emit email header echo To email echo Subject SMART Drive Status Summary for machine echo echo SMART overall health self assessment test results logfile summary fi where email header for drive starts makeheader iterate through all drives for drive in do drivepath hpt 1 drive logfile var smlog drive runsmartshort sleepcount 0 check on the drive repeatedly until its awake chkdrive while 0 do sleep 60 sleepcount expr sleepcount 1 chkdrive done if sleepcount gt 0 then echo echo DRIVE WAS ASLEEP FOR ROUGHLY sleepcount MINUTES BEFORE STATUS WAS AVAILABLE logfile fi extract summary line if desired if summarize eq 1 then status awk overall logfile cut d f2 temp smartctl a d drivepath dev hpt27xx grep 194 Temperature cut c5 24 37 40 echo drivepath status temp logfile summary fi remove some gratuitous lines from the file sed i e Copyright d logfile sed i e START d logfile done echo Current CPU Temperatures logfile summary sysctl a egrep E cpu 0 9 temp logfile summary logfile summary send the summary first if summarize eq 1 then sendmail t logfile summary rm logfile summary fi then send individual drive status for drive in do logfile var smlog drive echo This is drive drive smart summary var drivelogfile cat logfile var drivelogfile done sendmail t var drivelogfile cleanup exit 0 FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Intel R Pentium R CPU G3258 3 20GHz MSI Z97 PC mate motherboard 16GB DDR3 non ECC memory 4x4TB Seagate Drive Highpoint RocketRaid 2720sgl tanik1 Apr 9 2013 75 Offline BillyBob2 Member Since Feb 23 2013 Messages 18 Message Count 18 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 BillyBob2 Apr 30 2013 cyberjock said I figured I d post my version since it is different I am using an Areca RAID controller so I have to get my SMART information from the areca cli utility included with FreeNAS Credit to joeschmuck for providing

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    Temperature Celsius cat var smart grep Power On Hours cat var smart grep Spin Up Time echo echo echo dev ada2 echo START OF INFORMATION SECTION smartctl i H A l error dev ada2 var smart cat var smart grep Model Family cat var smart grep Device Model cat var smart grep Serial Number cat var smart grep User Capacity cat var smart grep SATA Version is echo echo START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION cat var smart grep SMART overall health echo cat var smart grep SMART Attributes Data Structure cat var smart grep Vendor Specific cat var smart grep ID cat var smart grep Current Pending Sector cat var smart grep Reallocated Sector Ct cat var smart grep Offline Uncorrectable cat var smart grep Raw Read Error Rate cat var smart grep Seek Error Rate cat var smart grep Multi Zone Error Rate cat var smart grep Temperature Celsius cat var smart grep Power On Hours cat var smart grep Spin Up Time echo echo echo dev ada3 echo START OF INFORMATION SECTION smartctl i H A l error dev ada3 var smart cat var smart grep Model Family cat var smart grep Device Model cat var smart grep Serial Number cat var smart grep User Capacity cat var smart grep SATA Version is echo echo START OF READ SMART DATA SECTION cat var smart grep SMART overall health echo cat var smart grep SMART Attributes Data Structure cat var smart grep Vendor Specific cat var smart grep ID cat var smart grep Current Pending Sector cat var smart grep Reallocated Sector Ct cat var smart grep Offline Uncorrectable cat var smart grep Raw Read Error Rate cat var smart grep Seek Error Rate cat var smart grep Multi Zone Error Rate cat var smart grep Temperature Celsius cat var smart grep Power On Hours cat var smart grep Spin Up Time echo pre echo body echo html sendmail t rm var smart exit 0 Btw I had 3 of my 4 2TB WD Red RMAed one by one Thank God I did Raid Z2 I dunno whats wrong with WD at the moment Maybe I got a monday production or I should have ordered HDs from 4 different vendors So if you wanna buy 4 HDs of a certain type maybe buy them from different distributors with a month in between Attached Files a smart email png File size 77 8 KB Views 76 ChrisFitzFor Sep 26 2014 85 Offline joeschmuck Old Man Member Since May 28 2011 Messages 4 043 Message Count 4 043 Likes Received 306 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Electrical Engineer Data Analysis and Management Location Northern Virginia joeschmuck Sep 27 2014 Nice script and it looks like it works which is all that matters The only improvement I can see would be to loop the duplicate commands but it s not like you have 20 drives to report One other thing you could do is a summary at the top in which you would evaluate all your failure values and add them up Hopefully the end result would be a zero value and have that be the first thing you read in the email because going over a daily email all the time would become an issue Having one location to look at would be a better answer and possibly changing the subject line to add ALERT or something to bring your eye to it But of course FreeNAS will report any errors it finds anyway Sometimes it s fun playing with scripts sometimes you re just happy it works SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System FreeNAS 9 3 Stable AMD FX 4300 3 8GHz CPU Asus M5A78L M USB3 Intel NIC EXPI9301CTBLK PCI E 16GB Kingston DDR3 ECC 1333 RAM Patriot Xporter XT Rage 8GB USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Sep 27 2014 86 Offline ChrisFitzFor Member Since Mar 31 2014 Messages 6 Message Count 6 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 ChrisFitzFor Sep 27 2014 Thanks Joe Adding all the Smart attributes of all the drives esp the crucial counts is actually a brilliant idea for a summary Esp when you have more than a handfull of discs to deal with ChrisFitzFor Sep 27 2014 87 Offline gusgus Member Since Sep 15 2014 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Occupation Looking For Work Location San Leandro CA Home Page https www linkedin com in joshkarli gusgus Sep 30 2014 Just thought I d mention that Fox and I wrote a python script to automate the SMART reporting of disk temperatures via email As it s currently written it will send an email with the drive temps and will change the subject of the email appropriately when the drives are running too hot It retrieves all info from the smartctl a output so other parameters could be added to the email report or they could be stored in a database for easier tracking Current version of script here http forums freenas org index php threads python script to monitor drive temps 22794 post 144657 gusgus Sep 30 2014 88 Offline thefox13 Member Since Sep 15 2014 Messages 13 Message Count 13 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 thefox13 Dec 16 2014 Hey guys I followed Joe s procedure up to the cron job creation and when the cron job ran it errored out saying etc sh not found Also the command mount r wouldn t work for me running FreeNAS 9 3 Windows noob here but wondering if I have something simple messed up thefox13 Dec 16 2014 89 Offline thefox13 Member Since Sep 15 2014 Messages 13 Message Count 13 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 thefox13 Dec 20 2014 Haha it was something simple The command to put into the Cron job isn t etc sh emsart sh dev ada0 but sh etc esmart sh dev ada0 thefox13 Dec 20 2014 90 Offline tanik1 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Mar 31 2013 Messages 113 Message Count 113 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 18 tanik1 Jan 3 2015 hello i upgraded to 9 3 and now my script for this smart test isn t working properly this code was a combine of people here and it worked on an older version of freenas But now when i run it for more than 3 drives it just hangs seems like its running but its not doing anything But it works for 2 or less drives I made some edits when seeing some more codes listed here to make sure it was correct Code text bin sh check SMART drive status and mail results to given address parameters email checkthatshow gmail com machine freenas check usage usage echo Usage sh smartmail sh drive0 drive1 drive2 driveN echo where driveN is the name of a device in hpt 1 e g 1 2 3 4 if eq 0 then usage exit 1 fi send summary report if more than 2 drives are involved summarize 0 if gt 2 then summarize 1 fi specify process to check the drive n standby skip if on standby use never to force a spinup H show overall health must be included for summary A show vendor specific SMART attributes l error show SMART error log l selftest show SMART test log chkdrive smartctl H A l error l selftest d drivepath dev hpt27xx logfile if summarize eq 1 then logfile summary mnt temp scripts logs smlog summary emit email header echo To email echo Subject SMART Drive Status Summary for machine echo echo SMART overall health self assessment test results logfile summary fi iterate through all drives for drive in do drivepath hpt 1 drive logfile mnt temp scripts logs smlog drive emit email header echo To email echo Subject SMART Drive Status for machine drivepath echo logfile sleepcount 0 check on the drive repeatedly until its awake chkdrive while 0 do sleep 60 sleepcount expr sleepcount 1 chkdrive done if sleepcount gt 0 then echo echo DRIVE WAS ASLEEP FOR ROUGHLY sleepcount MINUTES BEFORE STATUS WAS AVAILABLE logfile fi extract summary line if desired if summarize eq 1 then status awk overall logfile cut d f2 temp smartctl a d drivepath dev hpt27xx grep 194 Temperature cut c5 24 37 40 SerNum smartctl a d drivepath dev hpt27xx awk Serial Number print 0 awk print 3 echo e n drivepath n SerNum n temp n status logfile summary fi remove some gratuitous lines from the file sed i e Copyright d logfile sed i e START d logfile done CPU Temperatures echo e n Current CPU Temperatures logfile summary sysctl a grep empe logfile summary send the summary first if summarize eq 1 then sendmail t logfile summary rm logfile summary fi then send individual drive status for drive in do logfile mnt temp scripts logs smlog drive sendmail t logfile rm logfile done exit 0 FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE Intel R Pentium R CPU G3258 3 20GHz MSI Z97 PC mate motherboard 16GB DDR3 non ECC memory 4x4TB Seagate Drive Highpoint RocketRaid 2720sgl tanik1 Jan 3 2015 91 Offline Fraoch FreeNAS Aware Member Since Aug 14 2014 Messages 381 Message Count 381 Likes Received 23 Trophy Points 18 Location Cambridge Ontario Canada Fraoch Jan 5 2015 thefox13 said Also the command mount r wouldn t work for me running FreeNAS 9 3 Click to expand Did you solve this one It didn t work for me either Code text mount unknown special file or file system and my esmart sh file gets wiped out periodically FreeNAS 9 3 Supermicro X10SLM F with Intel Xeon E3 1220 v3 and 2 X 8 GB Crucial 1 35 V DDR3 1600 ECC 4 X Western Digital Red 2 TB WD20EFRX in RAID Z2 FreeNAS on 2 X 64 GB SanDisk SSDs mirror SeaSonic SS 660 XP2 APC Smart UPS C 1500 Phanteks Enthoo Pro with StarTech HSB430SATBK 4 bay hotswap backplane Fraoch Jan 5 2015 92 Offline joeschmuck Old Man Member Since May 28 2011 Messages 4 043 Message Count 4 043 Likes Received 306 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Electrical Engineer Data Analysis and Management Location Northern Virginia joeschmuck Jan 5 2015 Off the cuff I m not sure this will work for 9 3 just because there are many routine updates for this new flavor of FreeNAS So if you want to use this type of code create a FreeBSD jail open the shell for the jail pkg add r smartmontools and add your script Skip steps 2 and 11 in my original posting This is a very quick posting as I have to run Let me know if this works and I ll update the original posting to reflect 9 3 instructions SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System FreeNAS 9 3 Stable AMD FX 4300 3 8GHz CPU Asus M5A78L M USB3 Intel NIC EXPI9301CTBLK PCI E 16GB Kingston DDR3 ECC 1333 RAM Patriot Xporter XT Rage 8GB USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Jan 5 2015 93 Offline angelus249 Member Since Dec 19 2014 Messages 9 Message Count 9 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 angelus249 Jan 5 2015 Hi Thanks for the script s Updated it to my needs Works fine Just one question which is slightly off topic The script just gathers the SMART information and emails it and as cyberjock also mentioned earlier in this thread cyberjock said In short FreeNAS does it s own monitoring This email is to collect the SMART info and provide it to you every day or whatever schedule you like Its not a substitute for FreeNAS SMART testing OR monitoring It s a supplement to it Click to expand What FreeNAS own monitoring is cyberjock referring to Do I not even have to setup SMART tests myself And if I have to what kinda monitoring should I set up in the Tasks S M A R T Tests section What s the recommandation then of how often and which type short long self test to run I found kinda contradictory information long once a month short every day others say long damages the disks so rather not at all etc and wild guessing but no really usable information I run 4x4TB in a RAID Z1 Any recommandation or referral to another thread if there is one is much appreciated Cheers EDIT In the services tab SMART is enabled and set to a 30 minute interval but no email defined Should I do that I m a bit confused tbh angelus249 Jan 5 2015 94 Offline joeschmuck Old Man Member Since May 28 2011 Messages 4 043 Message Count 4 043 Likes Received 306 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Electrical Engineer Data Analysis and Management Location Northern Virginia joeschmuck Jan 5 2015 angelus249 said Hi Thanks for the script s Updated it to my needs Works fine Just one question which is slightly off topic The script just gathers the SMART information and emails it and as cyberjock also mentioned earlier in this thread What FreeNAS own monitoring is cyberjock referring to Do I not even have to setup SMART tests myself And if I have to what kinda monitoring should I set up in the Tasks S M A R T Tests section What s the recommandation then of how often and which type short long self test to run I found kinda contradictory information long once a month short every day others say long damages the disks so rather not at all etc and wild guessing but no really usable information I run 4x4TB in a RAID Z1 Any recommandation or referral to another thread if there is one is much appreciated Cheers EDIT In the services tab SMART is enabled and set to a 30 minute interval but no email defined Should I do that I m a bit confused tbh Click to expand FreeNAS only reports when there is a failure not if things went okay and that is the reason for the script Back when I created this thread note the date there were some issues with reporting and we all wanted to know if things passed for sure and some folks are use to getting those emails so they still use a script If you are not using a script then in FreeNAS you should setup the email notifications and establish routine SMART Short and Long Tests The frequency you conduct these tests are up to you but I prefer to do daily Short tests Mon Sat and a weekly Long test Sun on all my drives at the same time I start mine at 5AM because I prefer that time and it doesn t conflict with my automated backups SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System FreeNAS 9 3 Stable AMD FX 4300 3 8GHz CPU Asus M5A78L M USB3 Intel NIC EXPI9301CTBLK PCI E 16GB Kingston DDR3 ECC 1333 RAM Patriot Xporter XT Rage 8GB USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Jan 5 2015 95 angelus249 likes this Offline angelus249 Member Since Dec 19 2014 Messages 9 Message Count 9 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 angelus249 Jan 6 2015 Thanks that clears things up angelus249 Jan 6 2015 96 Offline SkyMonkey Newbie Member Since Mar 13 2013 Messages 86 Message Count 86 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 8 SkyMonkey Jan 11 2015 You should no longer use these commands please see next post Disregard the below So I ve been using a variation of this script for a few years now and just upgraded to 9 3 Copying all my scripts files back I had the same issue remounting the file system as ro as below Fraoch said Did you solve this one It didn t work for me either Code text mount unknown special file or file system and my esmart sh file gets wiped out periodically Click to expand I m no expert in FreeBSD command lines but reading the man page and trying a few different things seems to indicate that the following command is equivalent and at least does not produce the above error on my machine Code text mount r o ro Not 100 sure but it seems to have worked for the moment No idea why this changed but again totally not an expert here SkyMonkey Jan 11 2015 97 Offline SkyMonkey Newbie Member Since Mar 13 2013 Messages 86 Message Count 86 Likes Received 2 Trophy Points 8 SkyMonkey Jan 21 2015 For the record doing what I did in the above post not recommended anymore based on the changes to the filesystem it s no longer mounted as ro to start with See https forums freenas org index ph on read only file systemmv 26584 post 169054 for dlavigne s comment on it SkyMonkey Jan 21 2015 98 Offline nick779 FreeNAS Aware Member

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  • Setup SMART Reporting via email | Page 6 | FreeNAS Community
    Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Oct 9 2015 108 Offline Fraoch FreeNAS Aware Member Since Aug 14 2014 Messages 381 Message Count 381 Likes Received 23 Trophy Points 18 Location Cambridge Ontario Canada Fraoch Oct 9 2015 Thanks joeschmuck that worked perfectly Though I did read about moving the script off the boot device way back when you first posted it I forgot about it and kept having to reload the script every time I updated Lately scp made it fairly painless But moving it to the pool like your revised original post was very easy and worked perfectly FreeNAS 9 3 Supermicro X10SLM F with Intel Xeon E3 1220 v3 and 2 X 8 GB Crucial 1 35 V DDR3 1600 ECC 4 X Western Digital Red 2 TB WD20EFRX in RAID Z2 FreeNAS on 2 X 64 GB SanDisk SSDs mirror SeaSonic SS 660 XP2 APC Smart UPS C 1500 Phanteks Enthoo Pro with StarTech HSB430SATBK 4 bay hotswap backplane Fraoch Oct 9 2015 109 Offline joeschmuck Old Man Member Since May 28 2011 Messages 4 043 Message Count 4 043 Likes Received 306 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Electrical Engineer Data Analysis and Management Location Northern Virginia joeschmuck Oct 10 2015 Guinea Pig 1 a k a Fraoch Thanks for the feedback and being the first one to test it Now it will survive software updates SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System FreeNAS 9 3 Stable AMD FX 4300 3 8GHz CPU Asus M5A78L M USB3 Intel NIC EXPI9301CTBLK PCI E 16GB Kingston DDR3 ECC 1333 RAM Patriot Xporter XT Rage 8GB USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Oct 10 2015 110 Offline Clinderw Newbie Member Since Aug 11 2013 Messages 78 Message Count 78 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 6 Location Ohio Clinderw Oct 11 2015 This works perfectly thanks Appreciate you refreshing something rather old SpoilerTarget Show My FreeNas System FreeNas 9 3 Stable Intel R Xeon R CPU E5 2430 0 2 20GHz 24525MB RAM 30TB 10X3 WD Red RAIDZ2 17TB Usable Clinderw Oct 11 2015 111 Offline joeschmuck Old Man Member Since May 28 2011 Messages 4 043 Message Count 4 043 Likes Received 306 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Electrical Engineer Data Analysis and Management Location Northern Virginia joeschmuck Oct 12 2015 Here to support SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System FreeNAS 9 3 Stable AMD FX 4300 3 8GHz CPU Asus M5A78L M USB3 Intel NIC EXPI9301CTBLK PCI E 16GB Kingston DDR3 ECC 1333 RAM Patriot Xporter XT Rage 8GB USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Oct 12 2015 112 Offline Omega3 Member Since Nov 11 2015 Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Ireland Omega3 Nov 11 2015 Thanks for taking the time to write explain this script When creating the Chron Job Code text mnt pool scripts sh esmart sh dev ada0 Didn t work for me Instead I tried Code text sh mnt pool scripts esmart sh dev ada0 Which seems to work fine Using the email from the second script I m using gmail filter to label my emails as passed or failed SMART tests based on if they contain the text No Errors Logged Omega3 Nov 11 2015 113 Offline joeschmuck Old Man Member Since May 28 2011 Messages 4 043 Message Count 4 043 Likes Received 306 Trophy Points 83 Occupation Electrical Engineer Data Analysis and Management Location Northern Virginia joeschmuck Nov 11 2015 Omega3 Thanks I did a typo and you caught it I have fixed the error As for labeling your emails you can change the email subject line in the script to whatever you like just ensure you change only what you want changed SpoilerTarget Show FreeNAS System FreeNAS 9 3 Stable AMD FX 4300 3 8GHz CPU Asus M5A78L M USB3 Intel NIC EXPI9301CTBLK PCI E 16GB Kingston DDR3 ECC 1333 RAM Patriot Xporter XT Rage 8GB USB Flash Drive Six WD Red WD20EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 7 3TB usable space All wrapped up in a Cooler Master HAF 912 case APC Back UPS Pro BR1000G SpoilerTarget Show Sophos UTM Unified Threat Management Sophos 9 3xxx Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 CPU Gigabyte GA P45T ES3G 8GB RAM 500GB 2 5 Laptop drive RAID Capacity Calculator or Biduleohm RAID Calculator Decode Your S M A R T Data joeschmuck Nov 11 2015 114 Omega3 likes this Offline Omega3 Member Since Nov 11 2015 Messages 3 Message Count 3 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Ireland Omega3 Nov 12 2015 joeschmuck Thanks for clearing that up I got pointed in the right direction earlier in the thread I spend a couple of hours on it this morning which gave me a better appreciation of your script Your comments explanation are a great help I m still a novice at the command line I think I need to use sed to cut cover0ada down to size but it is not

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  • Setup SMART Reporting via email | Page 7 | FreeNAS Community
    FAQ Useful Scripts Useful Commands ZFS RAID Size Reliability Calculator The ZFS Structure What are your ARC stats You ve an ARC question problem My hardware threads How to measure drives spin up current How to build a PCIe bracket for a standard SSD that powers it too Members threads Terminology and Abbreviations Cyberjock s ZFS Guide Hardware Recommendations ECC vs Non ECC RAM PSU Sizing Tutorial RAID Z1 RAID5 isn t recommended FreeNAS 9 3 0 Stable 201506292130 SuperMicro X10SL7 F flashed IT P16 Intel Core i3 4360 3 7GHz Crucial 2x 8GB DDR3 ECC 1600MHz 1 35V CT2KIT102472BD160B RAID Z3 with 4x Seagate NAS 3TB ST3000VN000 4x Western Digital RED 3TB WD30EFRX SeaSonic X Series 650W UPS MGE Ellipse 600 DIY custom case with everything on a rack suspended disk cage air filter 4x Arctic F12 PWM fans Bidule0hm Nov 17 2015 121 Offline Wolfeman0101 FreeNAS Aware Member Since Jun 14 2012 Messages 258 Message Count 258 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 18 Wolfeman0101 Nov 17 2015 Thanks a lot Wolfeman0101 Nov 17 2015 122 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Page 7 of 7 Prev 1 2 3 4 5

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  • Is there an easy way to remove all thumbs.db from mounts? | FreeNAS Community
    Count 529 Likes Received 44 Trophy Points 28 Location Canada titan rw Jul 2 2013 Telling the clients not to create them is the best option However you can always tell samba to not allow creation of them on the server Samba option veto files or similar Check the samba docs for more titan rw Jul 2 2013 8 HHawk likes this Offline HHawk FreeNAS Aware Member Since Jun 8 2011 Messages 176 Message Count 176 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 16 HHawk Jul 2 2013 I did read something about the veto files syntax but wasn t sure But thank you I will certainly look into this Your reply was highly appreciated HHawk Jul 2 2013 9 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Jul 2 2013 titan rw said Telling the clients not to create them is the best option However you can always tell samba to not allow creation of them on the server Samba option veto files or similar Check the samba docs for more Click to expand You have to be careful with what files you veto I believe that they way it works internally is Samba dishes out the folder with correct permissions presumably writeable but when you try to create the file thumbs db Samba replies with what is equivalent to read only for that file In some instances this confusion can cause programs in this case explorer exe I believe may crash because it thinks it should have write permissions but then gets told it doesn t I remember reading some thread from 2011 where there was some discussion about removing the veto option from Samba because of how many problems it can cause Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Jul 2 2013 10 HHawk likes this Offline HHawk FreeNAS Aware Member Since Jun 8 2011 Messages 176 Message Count 176 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 16 HHawk Jul 2 2013 Ah okay I will skip that than and will just find and delete the thumbs db files as you told me with the correct command instead If I did everything correctly Windows wise it shouldn t create thumbs db anymore anyways HHawk Jul 2 2013 11 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Jul 2 2013 You could create a cronjob that runs nightly to cleanup any thumbs db that is created I m not really

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  • Is there an easy way to remove all thumbs.db from mounts? | Page 2 | FreeNAS Community
    number of tasks running in parallel won t matter except you ll potentially lose the efficiency of running in series I d wager that for most users if they don t have 8GB of RAM will have a metadata ARC size that is sufficient to prevent any significant difference between serial and parallel operations But if you don t have enough RAM the parallel operation will be noticable maybe even a factor or two longer than in series Short and dirty serial is probably the better way to go for everyone across the board Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Oct 2 2015 21 You must log in or sign up to reply here Show Ignored Content Page 2 of 2 Prev 1 2 Share This Page Tweet Your name or email address

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  • SMART data interpretation | FreeNAS Community
    prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Nov 24 2014 4 Offline B34N Member Since Jul 6 2014 Messages 23 Message Count 23 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Occupation Finance Location New Jersey B34N Nov 24 2014 cyberjock said Please give the output for a x give a bunch of crap that people think is all important but it s really not Click to expand Here it is http pastebin com zXMJ5GGW I m trying to determine which areas I should care about and which really mean little to me Thank you SuperMicroX10SLL F O with Intel Xeon E3 1230V3 Haswell 3 3GHz and Crucial 2 x 8GB ECC DDR3 1600 4X WD Red WD40EFRX 4TB in RAIDZ2 Chenbro RM42300 ND 4U Rackmount Server Chassis B34N Nov 24 2014 5 Offline Ericloewe not very passive but aggressive Member Since Feb 15 2014 Messages 1 058 Message Count 1 058 Likes Received 816 Trophy Points 113 Location Portugal Ericloewe Nov 26 2014 For starters the drives aren t doing SMART checks FreeNAS 9 3 Stable Supermicro X10SLM F with Intel Core i3 4330 and 2 8GB Crucial ECC 1 35V DDR3 1600MHz 6 WD30EFRX WD Red 3TB in RAIDZ2 and 2 16GB Toshiba USB drive mirrored Sharkoon T9 Value with 2 Icy Dock FatCage MB153SP B 3 in 2 drive cages Seasonic G 550 Gee you re bored APC Back UPS Pro 900 Hardware Recommendations ZFS basics a k a Cyberjock s Guide Supermicro X10 X11 FAQ and X10 Memory Recommendations Ericloewe Nov 26 2014 6 Offline cyberjock Forum Guard Dog Admin Member Since Mar 25 2012 Messages 18 609 Message Count 18 609 Likes Received 1 444 Trophy Points 113 cyberjock Nov 26 2014 I m in the process of writing a comprehensive SMART PDF to explain all this stuff It should be done before the end of the weekend but since iXsystems is going to be putting their name on the cover of it I won t be releasing it until they approve Hardware recommendations RAID5 RAIDZ1 is dead Read my guide It answers common questions newbies to FreeNAS have Only you can prevent flame wars Read the FreeNAS manual SpoilerTarget Show My Main System FreeNAS 9 3 STABLE whatever is the latest Intel Xeon E3 1230v2 Supermicro X9SCM F 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600 RAM 32GB SATA DOM Cyberpower 1500AVR Ten WD Red WD60EFRX NAS Hard Drives RAIDZ2 40 9TB usable space 10GbE Chelsio adapter cyberjock Nov 26 2014 7 9C1 Newbee likes this Offline B34N Member Since Jul 6 2014 Messages 23 Message Count 23 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Occupation Finance Location New Jersey B34N Nov 26 2014 cyberjock said I m in the process of writing a comprehensive

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  • How To: Private group folder, private user folder, common folder. | FreeNAS Community
    data All users have their own place to store their particular files All users can share files with other departments using the common folder The board of Directors can see everything in the departments share take care I guess this mini article can help someone Any doubts just post here I and the communite will try to help out Bye jonatas baldin Feb 26 2013 1 Addam rucko24 and JJT211 like this Offline zoey Member Since Jul 4 2013 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 zoey Jul 4 2013 hi good day thank you for your guide i am trying to follow your guide but seem to be stuck with part 2 personal share i m not able to follow how personal share is created zoey Jul 4 2013 2 Offline apul Member Since Aug 6 2013 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 apul Aug 6 2013 nice share jon maybe you could share some picture screenshot to make it easy for newbie apul Aug 6 2013 3 rucko24 likes this Offline Juscelino Neves Member Since Sep 10 2013 Messages 4 Message Count 4 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Location Rio de Janeiro Brazil Juscelino Neves Sep 10 2013 Nice Job Juscelino Neves Sep 10 2013 4 Offline ECCfrenaslover Newbie Member Since Dec 27 2013 Messages 72 Message Count 72 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 6 Location Virtually in the USA ECCfrenaslover Jan 20 2014 x3 what apul said Asrock Server MOBO E3C226D2I ECC RAM 16 GB Intel i3 4130 3 ghz LGA1150 WD NAS Grade HDDs 4 TB x8 Love to learn more but shit How do I master FreeNAS ECCfrenaslover Jan 20 2014 5 Offline Arka Member Since Jan 25 2014 Messages 19 Message Count 19 Likes Received 1 Trophy Points 3 Arka Jan 25 2014 Good job dude but I have few questions In PART1 why did you use nonexistent for Home Directory In PART2 why Owner user nobody Owner group nogroup Mode all the nine boxes checked Even for Other And finally in PART2 why did you use the nogroup group instead of the owner s group for personal shares Thx Arka Jan 25 2014 6 ECCfrenaslover likes this Offline kyohisro Member Since Jul 24 2014 Messages 1 Message Count 1 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 kyohisro Jul 29 2014 thank s kyohisro Jul 29 2014 7 Offline rucko24 Member Since Aug 30 2014 Messages 2 Message Count 2 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 1 Occupation ITc maturin Location Venezuela rucko24 Sep 18 2014 thanks bro esto me ha servido de mucho tested 8 3 0 la version 9 x x no me da los permisos en las carpetas correctamente rucko24 Sep 18 2014 8 Offline ECCfrenaslover Newbie Member Since Dec 27 2013 Messages 72 Message Count 72 Likes Received 0 Trophy Points 6 Location Virtually in the USA ECCfrenaslover Sep 18 2014 Arka said Good job dude but I have few questions In

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