I’m using influxdb on my Raspberry Pi in combination with a NFS mount. The NFS mount is on my Synology NAS and should store the database data of influxdb. Reason for this setup is that I fear that the SD card won’t survive the many write/read cycles caused by a database writing to it. The … Auto mount NFS shares on Raspbian weiterlesen
Update: I’m doing the automated mount now with autofs. I’ve tried to setup NFS on my old Raspberry Pi 1 with Raspbian Stretch. I assumed that I just need to add an entry to the /etc/fstab file and the NFS volume on my Synology NAS would be mounted automatically. So I’ve added this and thought … Howto ensure automatically mounted NFS volume on Raspbian Stretch weiterlesen
I’m using a 802.11ac WLAN to connect to my Synology NAS. With the last Mac OS 10.12.2 update the network performance was catastrophic when I tried to access the NAS via SMB. At first I thought this might have been caused by the WLAN connection but even with a Gigabit LAN connection my transfer rates … Slow SMB transfers in Mac OS 10.12.2 weiterlesen
I’ve moved my iTunes library from my Macbook’s SSD to my Synology NAS on a network share. This is quite easy and can be made inside the iTunes preferences pane. After you’ve changed the path for the iTunes Media, all iTunes managed media will be moved to the new location (assuming you let iTunes manage … Automount network shares on Mac OS for use in iTunes weiterlesen
Ich habe mich gerade gewundert, wieso mein Mountain Lion mich mit falschen Datenträgergrößenangaben nervt und verwirrt. Ich habe eine 400GB große Partition, die aber eigentlich nur gut 200GB Daten beinhaltet.