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Thread: Recording to NAS?

  1. #21
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    Right now I'm recording v4 to my NAS but recently got a 2nd, smaller NAS. Might be the perfect time to be a docker virgin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sub View Post
    In v5 you can just type in a recording path.
    On non Windows platforms UNC paths cannot be typed in. You need to map the shared folders at the OS level

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    On non Windows platforms UNC paths cannot be typed in. You need to map the shared folders at the OS level
    True - you'd need to mount any volumes on Linux/Mac.

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    I presently have a Windows media server still going strong (although with a very occassional CPU lock-up) since the days of GBPVR on a Sandy bridge Intel i5 platform, however I have in the last year I built a NAS server using Unraid.

    It has been a desire to have the NAS storage and to run NextPVR on the one box powered 24/7 and just use clients at each TV.
    With v4 I would have to run a Windows VM, but then I have to passthrough I/O for the PCIe tuner which the mobo/CPU combination wasn't going to allow, forcing me to look to network based tuner instead.

    Now with V5 I have been able to configure a docker on the NAS server and use a Hauppage Win-TV PCIe card. I can now view and record TV using the NAS server alone.
    Server: ASRock P67 Pro3 B3, i5 2500K 4.0Ghz, 16GB, Nvidia GT430 HDMI, Win 10 Pro 64bit.
    Hauppage Win-TV 2210 Dual DVB-T & analogue, Win-TV Quad HD, Win-TV Nova-T USB.
    Client: Intel NUC i3 Broadwell, 4GB Ram, 128GB SSD, Win 10 Pro 64bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintdiesel View Post
    Now with V5 I have been able to configure a docker on the NAS server and use a Hauppage Win-TV PCIe card. I can now view and record TV using the NAS server alone.
    Great! Glad to hear all that work I put into v5 is starting to pay off for some users

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