Zack Reed - Design and Coding Blog
I’m always on the hunt for better options to pool my SnapRAID array at home. I have found a new, great companion in MergerFS.
I’m often experimenting with different fileserver setups for home use. I’ve been very happy with ZFS for my mission critical files, but have found it’s inflexibity a little annoying with my home media server. As result, I’ve migrated to SnapRAID + mergerfs and it’s been working great. Here’s how I set it up.
After some Googling, this looks like a common issue with most kernels shipping with distros. Here are a few links to look at. https://forums.sonarr.tv/t/native-mono-crashes/4985/32 http://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/19955-emby-crashing-ubuntu-server/page-5#entry207271 https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1450584 Here are the steps I followed to get...