We Finally Did it Properly - 'Linux' Whonnock Upgrade

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After months of performance issues and crashes, we endeavour to remove the last Windows server from our rack.



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0:00 Intro

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Just a small clarification about the SMB Multichannel settings. We asked the TrueNAS folks about it, and they explained that in the current version of SMB/samba in TrueNAS core, SMB Multichannel is still considered "experimental" and is therefore not a recommended configuration. The Linux version of TrueNAS, "Scale", should support SMB Multichannel by default once it matures into a stable release.

Author — Linus Tech Tips

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These server videos are always so incredibly interesting to me, even though they're some of the videos furthest from what I'll ever experience

Author — Hobbes

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"We're going Linux baby!" - Goes BSD.

Author — Jacco van Schaik

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I really like it that Jake shines when he's knows his stuff. He's also good in explaining. And he tries to dumb it down (as far as it goes in this sort of videos)

Author — harm van zon

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Jake: "I've done a little testing on this"
Also Jake: *explains every single setting and how they differed between different states during testing*
This is not a "little bit of testing" my man, this is proper testing.

Author — Mike Williams

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"I don't know why TrueNAS doesn't work the way I want it to" - proceeds to hard power down and unplug power mid startup then slaps the top of the case repeatedly. *shrug*

Author — Jay Jensen

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"I'm not expecting to lose any of these drives" - said every sys admin during a total failure, ever.

Author — DlStreamnet

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Linus has really built an enterprise here. Haven't been watching him and I didn't realize what sort of operation he was running. Good for him!

Author — RL

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I'm amazed that you were actually running windows on your storage server all this time... That's true bravery right there!

Author — The Unseen

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As someone who came from BSD, I must say that BSD pre-dates Linux by a whole hell of a lot. It’s more correct to say that Linux is Unix-like.

Author — awlabrador

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"there's a bunch of hard drives under there. stop slapping it!" lmfao literally kept rewinding it over and over again. thank you for the laugh

Author — Anthony Schwendemann

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Linus, its like every engineer in racing has told: "If you give your driver 100hp more they mention not noticing it, but if you take 10 away they complain the car is undriveable!"

Author — NavySeal2k

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2:38 Linus never stopped dropping stuff, he just got better at catching 😂

Author — Dj Mystery

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I can't believe how many people work their editing videos that are all about the equipment they use to edit the videos. It's like a self-fulfilling prophecy

Author — The Man's Kitchen

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It never ceases to amaze me that Linus has mad a career out of documenting his career.

Author — AJ Hieb

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14:10 - one of the only times I noticed high queue depth from a "consumer" application was actually running DOOM 2016 and Eternal via proton on Linux. Level loading had an average queue depth of ~30.

Author — Nathaniel Lewis

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lol I love how real Linus' reaction was when the editors didn't appreciate the improvements... this is my whole life.

Author — R T

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It is like a scripted show where characters go through their arc. I think it is f-in cool how Jake's arc is evolving!!

Author — Harry Weij

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"We could [turn compression on] later because we have stuff like Word files"
Those are already compressed. .docx is just a .zip with a bunch of xml in it.

Author — Preflex!

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These server videos are always so incredibly interesting to me, even though they're some of the videos furthest from what I'll ever experience. This is stuff I can't afford to do at home, but not "standard" enough for the bosses to give the OK to purchase... Sigh.

Author — Dag TheWog