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  1. I have an LSI MegaRaid SAS 9271-4i controller currently running 4x4TB WD SE drives in RAID10. I'm wanting to upgrade to 4x10TB Seagate Enterprise ST10000NM0016 (Petabyte project drives I believe), and I'm wondering if I'll have compatibility issues with my RAID card. Broadcom has a compatibility report, but it hasn't been updated since Nov 26, 2016, and doesn't list any 10TB drives. I know Linus used LSI controllers, but I doubt the same model I have, so does anyone know if I'll have issues? I don't really want to buy the drives and find out I need to upgrade my raid card. Thanks!
  2. currently i'm saving up to build a ryzen based system that can both play games and host a few servers mostly ark servers. what i'm wondering is will this build work to both play games and host a server at the same time? i wont be building this pc until sometime in 2018(hopefully the ryzen refresh is out by then) because i am on Social security so i need to save up for like 8 months b4 i can build it. PCPartPicker part list: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/vBVkYr CPU: AMD - Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6GHz 8-Core Processor ($427.99 @ Amazon) CPU Cooler: Cooler Master - Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler ($29.99 @ Amazon) Motherboard: Asus - STRIX X370-F GAMING ATX AM4 Motherboard ($171.98 @ Newegg) Memory: G.Skill - Trident Z RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory ($168.88 @ OutletPC) Memory: G.Skill - Trident Z RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory ($168.88 @ OutletPC) Storage: Samsung - 850 EVO-Series 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($149.99) Storage: Seagate - Barracuda 3TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($75.04 @ Amazon) Case: Phanteks - Enthoo Pro M Tempered Glass ATX Mid Tower Case ($94.99 @ Newegg) Power Supply: FSP Group - Hydro G 650W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($89.99 @ Amazon) Operating System: Microsoft - Windows 10 Pro OEM 64-bit ($138.89 @ OutletPC) Total: $1516.62 the games ill be playing are League Of Legends monster hunter world(when it comes out) Dauntless(ftp monster hunter) ARK survival evolved new battrlefront
  3. **Disclaimer** This is a long duration project, I dont plan to produce a finished build until at least end of year earlier next if things work out well. Possible future Folding/BOINC rig, I have been working on this idea for a bit over a 1 1/2 years now. All prices are USD and are current with the re-sellers I have researched so far as of 21March2017. Specs; Original Idea was to use a higher end CPU [previous cpu had hyper threading, I did not realize this then and changed to one with no hyper threading] and 980 TI's but this is a better build I believe, much cheaper as well. The original price was upwards in the $10k. Case: ASUS ESC4000 G3S (Includes MB & PSU) x1 1,200.00 1,200.00 CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2603 V4 1.7GHz 6-Core Processor x2 208.89 417.78 Mem: Crucial 64 16GB (4 x 16 4GB) Registered DDR4-2133 x4 527.25 527.25 SSD: WD Blue PC SSD 250GB M.2 2280 SATA III 6GB S x1 89.99 89.99 GPU: Asus TURBO-GTX1080-8G x4 463.53 1,854.12 $4,089.14 This is my more recent idea but this one will be a bit harder to accomplish. Case: ASUS ESC8000 G3 (Includes MB & PSU) x1 3,200.00 3,200.00 CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2603 V4 1.7GHz 6-Core Processor x2 208.89 417.78 Mem: Crucial 64 16GB (4 x 16 4GB) Registered DDR4-2133 x4 527.25 527.25 SSD: WD Blue PC SSD 250GB M.2 2280 SATA III 6GB S x1 89.99 89.99 GPU: Asus TURBO-GTX1080-8G x8 463.53 3,708.24 $7,943.26 Thing is I can increase the core count with a different CPU and use either machine in double duty as either a home server or email server in addition to the Folding/BOINCing. The idea is there but I am still working on the details. I believe with the gpu I selected I can modify the cooler shroud for better flow of air. Any solid and useful ideas or comments to improve on this would be appreciated. Please be mindful that specs are to meet folding/boinc needs and and not high end top of the line specs, this would only be used/accessed by only me.
  4. Windows server 2016 shares

    So I have 2 servers running windows server 2016, both are domain controllers, one has a 2TB drive I use for a file server. This drive is shared as \\server2\Home. If I try to go to the \\server2\home path on server1, I get: However I can map the exact same path as a network drive just fine. This same problem happens on server2 itself, although I can still access the drive as a local disk just fine. On my main PC, I can both map the drive and go to the network path just fine. The PC is not on the domain I tried on a virtual machine that is domain joined and I get the same problem as on server1 or server2 I have checked all the required services, changed netbios settings and enabled file and printer sharing in network and sharing center and I'm starting to wonder what kind of pixie dust I need to fix this as I'm completely lost. Anyone have any ideas?
  5. Hey guys! Looking for some suggestions as to what else I can use my home server for? I really do love projects/hobbies, something to fiddle with during or after work! Some things I am currently using it for: Running on the server itself: Plex Media Server Sonarr for TV shows Radarr for Movies SMB (Both storage and backup) AFP (Time machine backups) Windows Hyper-V CentOS 7 for a DNS server and VPN Ubuntu 14.04 for Zabbix monitoring and notifications You can see the specs in my signature but the basics are a 12 thread Xeon with 32GB memory, Windows Server 2016, ok-ish amount of storage. And ideas would be cool or something you guys have running yourself
  6. Hi, i saw a really cheap 22 core processor on ebay. (Xeon E7-8880 v4 ) The socket for the cpu is FCLGA2011 so i was wondering which mainboards will fit. I saw some really expensive dual socket board online but I'm searching for a quite cheap board (I heard you can maybe use normal 2011 boards). It would be awsome if someone could help me to find a matching board. Thanks in advance Julian
  7. What port is this?

    Hey guys, I just got hold of a rackmount tape drive for dirt cheap but I'm strugling to identify some ports. I know that they are scsi ports (it's LTO-4 so fairly old now) but I just wanted a second opinion. I think that the bigger port is a HD68 - SCSI 3 connection and maybe the smaller is a HD50? Can I get an adapter to connect the two? Here's the cable for the PCIE card (the smaller of the two connectors) Thanks p.s. not sure if it matters but I'm in the UK
  8. I have an Ubuntu machine with VLC. I set it up to stream some audio books for my sister, who doesn't have enough storage on her iPhone or iPad to download the files and play them natively. The issue is that once someone connects to the server through HTTP, the audio does not play on the device that is connected to the server, but instead the audio will play on the server itself. A user can hit the "play" and "stop" or "pause" buttons to control the audio playback, and cann even select what audio file to play, but it will only play on the server. What do I have to do to fix this issue so client device can stream and play the audio files to their device?
  9. Good Afternoon LTT, I'm currently looking at building an ESXI host with a vmware hypervisor for a home fileserver / some testing VM's. I don't need a hugely powerful machine as this will be purely for playing around with so i'm thinking minimum 16 GB RAM & 8 or more threads with 500GB of storage . I need to somehow keep the power consumption low which is very difficult with server hardware which is making me consider standard desktop components, the device will be kept in my bedroom so a 1U rack server might wear thin quickly. I have looked at just buying old server hardware from ebay e.g: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Dell-T3600-Precision-Workstation-Octa-Core-E5-2660-Ram-16GB-HDD-1TB-NVS300-W10-/263091299204?hash=item3d4176a384:g:T8AAAOSweIlZanJy Would you recommend going for used hardware or working on a fresh build myself (looked at using a RYZEN 5 just for the fun but I know this would be a waste.) Cheers in advance!
  10. Hello, I am trying to pass through my quadro 2000 to a windows 7 VM in virtual box. I am not sure of how to set up the pass through. Does the hardware support this? What VM software will support this? My system: Ubuntu 14.04 FX-6300 ASRock Pro3-R2 12 GB RAM Nvidia 210 (primary display) Quadro 2000 (no display) Thank you
  11. LTT Storage Rankings

    LTT Storage Rankings Topic Welcome to the LTT Storage Rankings! The purpose of this topic is to show off cool storage builds, to inspire with what you show and be inspired by what you see. And of course, also talk about those builds, ask their owners questions and all that good stuff. Criteria System capacity of 10 TB or more 5 storage drives or more: We don't count OS drives, we also do not count cache drives, nor external USB drives. External SAS enclosures connected via SFF-8088 count, however. Drobos, Thunderbolt enclosures etc.: If they have a management interface which makes them somewhat autonomous, they count. It does not matter whether your storage drives is an SSD or an HDD, as long as it is used for storage. Don't forget to indicate vendor and drive size for all your drives for our statistics (see also below). For cases not covered here, we reserve the right to adjust the rules as needed to protect the spirit of the thread. It has to be a single system (everything running off of a single motherboard). Do not post your company server (except the ones from Linus Media Group ;)), this is for private systems. Pictures of the hardware required. That's the primary point of this thread, after all. Use looney's post as a template. Write a nice post about your system, give us some details on the nitty gritty inner workings of your beast. Make sure to give all the needed info for the statistics (Operating system, storage system, HDD vendors and sizes etc.) Ranking System The rankings are based on ranking points, which are calculated as follows: ranking_points = system_capacity ⨯ ln(system_drive_count) with ln(system_drive_count) being the natural logarithm of the number of drives in the system. Rationales Minimum Requirements Having both the 10 TB and the 5 drive minimum rules allows us to prevent being spammed by systems with a single or two huge HDDs (10 terabyte HDDs are a reality now, after all), while still allowing systems which were put together with smaller drives (or SSDs) to get into the list. Ranking Points Basically, this thread is about awesome storage systems, and we think that capacity isn't the only thing which determines how cool a storage machine is. Chances are that a system with a bit less capacity but quite a few more drives might be more interesting to look at. Therefore, the number of drives also counts. However, we don't want somebody buying a ton of small cheap drives to outrank somebody who's bought a hugely expensive system with fewer big drives, which is why towards the upper end of the scale, the number of drives starts to no longer matter as much (see examples below). Example for Large Systems System 1: 100 TB capacity, 50 ⨯ 2 TB drives: 391.2 ranking points System 2: 150 TB capacity, 30 ⨯ 5 TB drives: 510.2 ranking points Amount of drives required for system 1 to surpass system 2, assuming capacities for both systems and drive count for system 2 stay the same: 165 drives, resulting in 510.6 ranking points. Capacity weighs much heavier than drive count as it grows, the influence of the number of drives on the ranking points falls prey to the law of diminishing returns. Example for Smaller Systems System 3: 14 TB capacity, 7 ⨯ 2 TB drives: 27.2 ranking points System 4: 15 TB capacity, 5 ⨯ 3 TB drives: 24.1 ranking points Drive count has a higher weight for such systems, system 3 ranks ahead of system 4 despite having less total capacity. Identical Ranking Points For systems with identical ranking points, post date is the ranking factor (more specifically: post number). Since no posts can have the same number, this is sufficient for unambiguous ranking. Script The rankings and plots are generated by a Python script, which can be found on alpenwasser's github here. Capacity Calculation We count raw storage as advertised on the drives. So, if you have 10 ⨯ 1 TB drives, that counts as 10 TB of storage. Smaller Systems Not everybody needs a big server, and even smaller systems can be cool and interesting (or noteworthy, as we put it below). For such systems we have a secondary list, so feel free to post your machine even if it doesn't quite meet the ranking criteria outlined above. Please still use the template post for your system, and stick to the rest of the criteria as applicable to your machine. External Sites This thread is inspired by the one on the [H]ard Forum, where you can find many huge systems as well. The Dutch thread on Gathering of Tweakers is also worth a look, although it is in Dutch, obviously. Serve the Home is also a great place for all things storage. Support/Bugs At the moment, @alpenwasser is the primary maintainer of the script and stats, so contact him about that kind of thing.
  12. FlexRAID Configuration

    Hello, I am using FlexRAID on my Ubuntu server. I have a RAIDf cruise control/snapshot raid configuration set up and it initialized as a single folder in my filesystem. I am trying to make a second configuration in the same way, but when I try to set up a new one it forces me to select expert mode, snapshot raid and Traid infinity engine. When I create this config and add the DRUs and PPU it initializes but I can't start the array. The problem I am having is the window for the original array (see attached "original_array") is really easy to use, but the new array (see attached "new_array") is very confusing and doesn't have a button to start the array.If anyone could offer some help that would be great. Thank you
  13. I've been reading into trying to create a reference image for deployment on-to various machines. i was wondering, what commands I can use to get rid of the PC Name, to try and get the computer ready for O/S Deployment? Also, is there anywhere i can download a good ISO from, besides Microsoft for Windows 10 PRO. Thanks
  14. RAID Card recomendation

    Hello, Well I'm quite a starter speaking about virtualization. Still, I'm aiming high and I need to set up a workstation computer for having several virtualized environments. This is what I have: Asus Motherboard Z10PE-d16 WS 4 x 2TB Hitachi drives (planning on getting 2 more) And, I want to install VMware ESXI 6.5. The motherboard does support RAID but its software RAID, and that isn't going to work with ESXi. So I need a pretty good RAID card or a HBA one that can handle RAID configurations (RAID 1 for now at least), but I don't know what exactly should I get. I got from Linus's videos that a LSI 9260-8i may do it great. Still, I don't know if that's too overkill since I'm only planning to handle 6 x 2TB drives in the near feature. I do not discard the idea of getting an LSI 9260-8i, but maybe I won't need that full power for now and I want a price/technology/performance advice.
  15. Hi, I have a small business, and we work with 3D illustrations and rendering. I'm seeing the need to have a server to improve render time, and I will use UnRaid to have a NAS (in the same system) here in the company as well. As it is my first time building a server, I would like to know if I am forgetting something, or if exist any part that has a better cost benefit. CPU: Intel - Xeon E5-2660 V2 2.2GHz 10-Core Processor ($200.00) CPU: Intel - Xeon E5-2660 V2 2.2GHz 10-Core Processor ($200.00) CPU Cooler: Noctua - NH-U12DXi4 55.0 CFM CPU Cooler ($64.95 @ Amazon) CPU Cooler: Noctua - NH-U12DXi4 55.0 CFM CPU Cooler ($64.95 @ Amazon) Motherboard: Supermicro X9DRI-LN4F+-O Dual LGA2011 /Intel C602/ DDR3/ SATA3/ V&4GbE/ EATX Server Motherboard ($496.69 @ Amazon) RAM: 8x 8GB 64GB RDIMM ECC REG DDR3 1600MHz RAM HP Workstation Z420 Z620 Z820 A2Z51AA ($207.00) Storage: Samsung - 850 EVO-Series 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($139.99 @ Newegg) Storage: Samsung - 850 EVO-Series 500GB 2.5" Solid State Drive ($139.99 @ Newegg) Storage: Western Digital - Red 8TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive ($262.99 @ SuperBiiz) Storage: Western Digital - Red 8TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive ($262.99 @ SuperBiiz) Storage: Western Digital - Red 8TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive ($262.99 @ SuperBiiz) Storage: Western Digital - Red 8TB 3.5" 5400RPM Internal Hard Drive ($262.99 @ SuperBiiz) Video Card: EVGA - GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB SSC GAMING ACX 3.0 Video Card ($173.98 @ Newegg) Case: Corsair - 750D ATX Full Tower Case ($148.89 @ B&H) Power Supply: EVGA - SuperNOVA 1000 P2 1000W 80+ Platinum Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply ($249.88 @ OutletPC) Other: 10Gtek for Intel 82599ES Chip Ethernet Converged Network Adapter X520-DA2 ($99.00) Other: SAS9211-8I 8PORT Int 6GB Sata+sas Pcie 2.0 ($119.98 @ Amazon) Other: Asunflower 3.3Ft Internal Mini-SAS 36P (SFF-8087)Male to 4x SATA Female Breakout Cable ($9.99 @ Amazon) Total: $3367.25
  16. Hotswap Tower

    Hello! I have an unraid server that I built relatively recently and I was wanting to know if anyone knows of a case/tower that has a whole bunch of external 3.5" bays built into it. I know there are options out there of buying a case with bunches of 5.25" bays and then buying seperate 5.25" to 3.5" bays, but even then I don't really know what the best options for that are. Any ideas? -Kiyometa P.S. I have 6 3.5" drives and 1 2.5" drive currently in it. This will probably increase in the future to probably 8 3.5" and 2 2.5" at some point.
  17. Raid 5 for home server.

    Hello, I'm looking into building my own home server (my synology nas is acting up and i want to replace it) My original idea was to use a raid 5 config (3*4tb) (I already have 2 relatively new drives in the nas i want to reuse and plan on buying the same model as a 3rd). (wd reds) Now that i started researching on raid 5 i mainly read bad stuff about it. And very few ppl saying that its ok for home use. This raid would contain video files (I don't really care about loosing) and family pictures and documents.(which i care about).(which i was planning to back up to an extra ext hdd as well for safety.) anybody here has any exp with running raid 5 and or had problems with it. this is my first "server"(windows sever) build and would appreciate any help, tips and info.
  18. VM Machine Build

    1. Budget & Location Budget is between the £1500.00 - £2000.00 mark, the current specs I have drawing up are slightly and would like to bring the cost done. Located in the UK 2. Aim The machine is going to be accessed via RDP and I will be running several VM’s on the machine, the ideally situation would be to have at most at any one time 10 VM’s running. The VM instance would be varying between Win 7 – Win 10 but generally will be Win 10. There will be no specially software or hardware running on these machines other that a web browser and the sites that will be accessed will be loading flash based games. I currently use my current PC and can get at most 3 machines running before my system starts taking a knock. The VM settings are 2/2 2GB-4GB and the VM the system is maxing out the CPU and as long as I have an SSD and not using the VM on a HDD the disk usage is fine. As far as I can see the load is handled by the CPU & not the GPU. 3. Monitors As this system will not be accessed physically none except for setup. 4. Peripherals Will require VMware on the machine. 5. Why are you upgrading? As my current machine is not able to handle this and need to increase the number of VM’s being run. The current list I have specc’d out is this, the case was just put there for a rough costing purpose and would like to change it to something nicer and the GPU I am unsure of what to go for and what would be best fit for my use, I had originally intended on following the 40 Thread Xeon monster guide but I have my concerns about the ES cpu’s and further unable to find the steppings listed 40 Thread Xeon Monster UK pcpartpicker
  19. Plex Quick Start Guide

    Quick-Start & Step by Step Guides Quick Start This quick start is the fastest way to start using Plex and assumes you have a certain level of technical proficiency. You can follow the links for more detailed instructions. Setting Up and Installing the Plex Media Server Download and run the installer for Plex Media Server. Tip!: It's important to understand that Plex Media Server does not have its own graphical user interface. When you run the server on your computer, NAS, or other device, you won't see a window open with a "server UI" or similar. Instead, you use Plex Web App to manage your server. Using Plex for the First Time The very first time the server runs, it should launch a browser to sign you in (or create a new account) and start the Setup Wizard. Completing the Plex Media Server Setup The short Setup Wizard will help you configure your server and account. It will also help you create and add media to your libraries. There is often some preparation of files needed, but you can set up a test library now and rebuild it at any time. Installing Plex Apps Once the server is running, you can download and install apps for any of your devices. Exploring Plex After your devices are connected, there is plenty of other functionality to explore! Step by Step Overview Getting started with Plex isn't really any different than installing other software, except that you first install the server software. Then, you install software on your devices so that each device can connect to the server. Preparing and Organizing Your Media Collection Getting your media set up can be an important step. As you set up your Plex Media Server, you'll be creating libraries for your media—movies, TV shows, music, photos, and home videos. When you do so, Plex will identify and match content like movies and TV shows and then gather things like movie poster artwork, movie casts, TV episode descriptions, and more to make your collections beautiful. Plex will do its best to automatically identify and match your content. You can help that process out and give yourself the very best results by ensuring that your content follows our media preparation guidelines. Related Page: Media Preparation The "Plex Media Server: Start here!" Video For those that would prefer a video overview, please check out our "Plex Media Server: Start here!" video. 1. Setting Up and Installing the Plex Media Server Choosing a Server—the Server Requirements Plex Media Server can run on Windows, Mac, or Linux computers—some people use their every-day computer, others have a dedicated computer. It can also be installed on a compatible network attached storage (NAS) device. Generally, Plex works just fine on most modern computers. Related Page: Plex Media Server Requirements Related Page: What kind of CPU do I need for my Server? Plex Media Server Performance Considerations There are two really important considerations with regards to performance. First, the Plex Media Server can allow multiple people to view content at the same time. When people view media on Plex at the same time, particularly video, the server has to work harder. So, the more people you expect to view media at the same time, the more powerful the server needs to be. Second, when Plex prepares your files for certain devices or for the available bandwidth, we convert (or "transcode") the content on-the-fly. This also takes a lot of server resources when it happens. If your server isn't powerful enough for how you use it, you will notice playback issues such as stuttering, buffering, or sometimes even an inability to play at all. If this happens, it usually means the CPU can't keep up with the number of users or the amount of transcoding or both. So, you might consider upgrading your hardware. It may also mean that your hardware is fine but your network is too slow. Related Page: What kind of CPU do I need for my Server? Related Page: Internet and Network Requirements Downloading the Plex Media Server Once you've decided where you are going to install the Plex Media Server, visit the Plex Downloads page and download the Server for your device. It is important to ensure the Server computer has an internet connection while installing. This way, the setup wizard can run correctly and you can set up an account during the process. Related Page: Plex Downloads Installing and Running the Plex Media Server The installation process should be very familiar, since it's what you normally do on your computer—it is a normal installation program on Windows and you move the downloaded app to your "Applications" folder for OS X. When the install is finished or when the server is run for the first time, a browser will launch and ask you to either sign in or create a new account on the plex.tv website. You will then be asked to accept the terms of service, and the Setup Wizard will start. Related Page: Plex Media Server > Installation Tip!: It's important to understand that Plex Media Server does not have its own graphical user interface. When you run the server on your computer, NAS, or other device, you won't see a window open with a "server UI" or similar. Instead, you use Plex Web App to manage your server. 2. Using Plex for the First Time Again, the very first time the server runs, it should launch a browser to sign you in or create a new account, accept terms of service, and run the Setup Wizard. Just in case the browser and wizard don't launch or you need to close your browser and computer to come back to it later, we will explain how to 1) launch the Plex Media Server and 2) launch the Plex Web App below. It is important to note that the server needs to be running before you can access the Plex Web App in a browser. If the Plex Web App and Setup Wizard have already launched for you, you can also skip down to section "3. Completing Plex Media Server Setup." Launching the Plex Media Server Launching Plex on Windows If you chose Launch Plex Media Server at the end of the installation process, it will already be running If you didn't, find it in the Start menu and launch it Launching Plex on OS X Open the Applications folder Find Plex Media Server Double-click it Launching Plex on Linux For most flavors of Linux: Open a Command prompt Type sudo /etc/init.d/plexmediaserver start Accessing Plex Media Server via the Plex Web App The Plex Media Server comes with the Plex Web App, which allows you to control Plex and access your media through any browser. Again, this should launch automatically and start the Setup Wizard when the server is run for the first time. Launching the Plex Web App on Mac or Windows On a Mac or Windows PC, you can launch the Plex Web App as follows: Windows: Find the Plex icon in the Windows System Tray at the lower right of the screen. Right click the icon and choose Open Plex... OS X: Locate the Plex icon (>) in your Mac's top Menu bar or right-click the Server icon in the dock and choose Open Plex... The default browser will open and load Plex Web App Launching the Plex Web App on Linux If the Server was installed on a Linux based PC, and you're using that PC to access Plex Web App: Open a web browser Type http://127.0.0.1:32400/web into the address bar The browser will connect to the Server and load Plex Web App Launching the Plex Web App on Network Attached Storage (NAS) If you installed the Server on a device like a NAS, or the Server PC is somewhere else in the house, you'll need to know the Server's internal IP Address. Once you know that IP address, on a PC in your home: Open a browser window Type http://server.local.ip.address:32400/web into the address bar (e.g "http://192.168.1.5:32400/web") The browser will connect to the Server and load Plex Web App Signing in to Plex Accounts The best way to use Plex is to always sign in to your Plex account, regardless of what device or app you are using. As well, you should sign your server into your Plex account through Settings > Server > General. Signing into your accounts ensures that all functionality is working appropriately. Related Page: Sign in to Your Plex Account 3. Completing Plex Media Server Setup The Setup Wizard The Setup Wizard should be running. It will lead you through a short series of steps to perform actions like naming your server and setting up your media libraries. Related Page: Plex Media Server > Installation and Basic Setup Setting Up Libraries and Adding Media When the setup wizard asks you to set up libraries, it means you are organizing your media collections for Plex. As we mentioned earlier in this article, there are five types of libraries you can set up for your media (movies, TV shows, music, photos, and home videos) and Plex uses your file and folder data to match content and then gather awesome metadata for it. For files you have ripped or purchased (without digital rights management)—like movies, TV shows, or music—the metadata, filenames, and folders are usually organized well enough for Plex to enhance correctly, without any issues or need to correct. There are also ways to correct any issues, and they are outlined in the media preparation guide. We suggest, at this point, that you prepare a test folder for each media type, add libraries, and see how it looks in Plex. Try some movies, TV shows, home videos, music, and photos. You can always go back and update the library, delete it, recreate libraries, or start over with a new library. This test will give you a sense for the organization and labeling you want. Then, you can decide how you want your libraries grouped and named. For example, you may want to go ahead and add well organized folders to various libraries right away, and then put a bunch of unorganized files and folders into another library—these might be named "Summer Beach Trip 2014 Photos" and "Unorganized 2014 Photos." Note: Video content purchased from online stores such as iTunes, Google Play, or Amazon will typically be protected by DRM (digital rights management) and cannot legally be played in other systems such as Plex. Related Page: Plex Media Server > Basic Setup Wizard Related Page: Media Preparation Test Media Playback with Plex Web App Once the setup is done, try clicking on media to view or play it. If it isn't working, try searching or browsing for solutions on our support site. Related Page: Using Plex Web App > Plex Web App Player 4. Installing Plex Apps Downloading Apps Whether you have an iPhone, Android, Roku, Smart TV, Xbox, or other device, you will want to download a Plex App from our website or the device's app store. When on the Plex Downloads page, check the list of apps and follow the instructions for your preferred device. Related Page: Plex Downloads Network Connectivity Once you have downloaded the app, make sure you are on the same local network as the server. If both are on the same network, everything should work, and you will be able to browse and play media from the device. If you are trying to access Plex Media Server from a device outside of your home network, remote access will need to be set up and running. Related Page: Enabling Remote Access for a Server Connecting to Plex with Remote Access One of the great features of Plex is the ability to access and stream your media when you're away from home. By default, your Plex Media Server will attempt to set up this Remote Access feature for you automatically. While the automatic setup works for a lot of our users, it can fail on some home networks. If you have trouble getting it set up or decide you'd rather not have it enabled, we have additional resources and troubleshooting information available. Related Page: Enabling Remote Access for a Server Related Page: Troubleshooting Remote Access 5. Exploring Plex Now that you have completed the quick start, it is time to start exploring Plex and all the things it can do. Check out the support guides to see what you might explore next.
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