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  1. On first setup I did expand the partition. There is a 4GB card with raspian installed. Pi is used purely as NAS device. Have made multiple cronjob changes in the past, each time creating a new file but now unable to save any further edits. Is there a way to view/clear the files?.. Ideally do not want to affect the setup in place.
  2. Issue seems to be with 'rootfs' & '/dev/root'.. Both are at 100% usage, if someone can suggest how to handle this. Will any changes affect setup of the NAS?
  3. Hello all, I am running rasperry pi as NAS, loving the little computer!!! I attempted to edit the cronjob but getting error message... Can someone assist? root@raspberrypi:~# crontab -e crontab: installing new crontab crontab: crontabs/tmp.KTh8Fx: No space left on device crontab: edits left in /tmp/crontab.zzh6Yo/crontab root@raspberrypi:~# pi@raspberrypi ~ $ df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on rootfs 3.6G 3.6G 0 100% / /dev/root 3.6G 3.6G 0 100% / devtmpfs 211M 0 211M 0% /dev tmpfs 44M 368K 44M 1% /run tmpfs 5.0M 0 5.0M 0% /run/lock tmpfs 88M 0 88M 0% /run/shm /dev/mmcblk0p1 56M 19M 38M 34% /boot /dev/sda1 917G 165G 706G 19% /media/master_nas /dev/sdb1 917G 165G 706G 19% /media/backup_nas tmpfs 88M 0 88M 0% /tmp
  4. Hello all, My setup consists of Raspberry pi, powered hub and two external drives. The pi is configured as a NAS and I am successfully using 'rsync' to copy changes from primary drive to secondary drive. Could someone please suggest 'rsync' command to copy content of primary drive from pi to another external drive connected to PC on the same local network? Many Thanks
  5. Hello all, I am using my pi as a NAS. All is working great with permissions set for users to access specified network shares. I tried using the command: 'smb status' Hoping to see which users were currently logged in, no results are displayed.
  6. Hello all, Purchased a raspberry pi some months ago wanting to test out some handy applications I'd seen on the web. Have been doing lots of trial and error and playing with the CLI. First project I am getting to grips with is setting up a NAS for access to photos, having one USB drive as a master and second USB drive as backup by running rsync. The basic setup was obtained from the link below... http://www.howtogeek.com/139433/how-to-turn-a-raspberry-pi-into-a-low-power-network-storage-device/ Changes I have made since are... - Using ext4 file system - Adding multiple users and groups - Creating multiple network shares - Setting permissions for folders All is working well, user access to specified shares and nightly backup ticking over nicely. %%%%%%%%%% Now if I could ask for advice on the following, would appreciate your responses. 1. The backup drive will be updated with the files and permissions, but correct ownership is not applied. When accessing the backup drive using command 'ls -l' folders display 'pi' as the owner and group owner. 2. When connecting the master USB drive into my Linux Mint netbook I am unable to read the content which seems to be due to permissions. Is there a way that I can access the files with the correct username and passwords when USB is connected to another device other than the pi? 3. I am currently using a test setup with small thumb drives, once I am happy with configuration I will invest in larger storage devices to connect to the pi. Will I be able to just replace the devices or is there some configuration changes required to continue with setup?

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