Category: fileserver

Seafile Photo Cloud Server Problems (must KNOW)

If you plan to setup a small private Photo Cloud Server and you try to setup “Seafile Community Edition” there are some MAJOR Points (disadvantages) to know: Seafile Community Edition has limited Functions (5 Users) The Photo Files saved on “Data Blocks Files” like on “IPFS” with hash Keys as Names You need a MYSQL Database, MAJOR if broken by Updates all Photos lost! Seafile is based on Python Framework Software if any SPECIAL needed Python-Module is broken by a Update your Photos lost! I have tested many Setups, the big OS-RELEASE Changes often a big Trap cause broken Dependencies […]

Reuse OLD PCs for IPFS File Cloud Blockchain

What is IPFS = Internet Planetary File System (peer-to peer) ? It’s a decentral sharing Ecosystem for Files on Blockchain Technology Warning it is NOT anonymous! The ipfs command offers display commands to follow back the hosting & mirroring IP’s! Why is it a current Hype? Cause it offers many Solutions for saving files into the IPFS Blockchain Cloud with unchangeable Fingerprints by Blockchain Hashes. A Folder gets a fixed Hash Key on Uploading Data¬†for Example: Linuxblog on IPFS worldwide accessible by: https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmXuqCg7cmX9oxyX1LgWhu22TrHXxoKczL4ff8yJoxnwSG where the first part is the Data Gateway this can be changed to other public Gateways like: […]

Bug Nautilus slow SMB Performance gvfs-smb

If you use Samba as File Share (NAS) Samba mounts often hang by listing huge amount files like Photos. Known Problem is the gfvs-backend is hanging up on switching between smb protocol (smb1-2-3) versions! Faster is to use the cifs Kernel mount without the gnome-backend communication open Terminal enter: id myusername mkdir /home/myusername/nas/ with known id do: Workaround edit /etc/fstab insert: sudo nano /etc/fstab insert at the end !! //192.168.1XX.XXX/nas /home/myusername/nas cifs file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,username=myusername,password=XXXX,domain=home.local,uid=10XX 0 0 Now over 50MB’s per second should by possible over gigabit cable. If not needed disable Samba Logging!

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