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Unraid 6.9.X Video Series

This series will take you through everything that you need to know to get your server up and running quickly and easily on Unraid 6.9 and beyond!

Part 1: Unraid 6.9 - What is it and What's New?

This is the first part in a series of videos all about Unraid 6.9. This first video talks about just what Unraid 6.9 is, where did it come from, and what is new in the latest version.

Part 2: Unraid 6.9 - Install & Setup a New Server or Upgrade an Existing One

This series will take you through everything that you need to know to get an Unraid server up and running quickly and easily. Part 2 shows how to download and create a USB stick for Unraid, after which showing what bios settings to change in your motherboard for best results. After the first boot, it guides you on how to install Community Applications, Unassigned Devices, and the preclear plugin. After pre-clearing the drives an array and one pool are created. The video then goes on to show why and how to create a root password and disabling the flash drive from being visible on the network.

Part 3: The My Servers Plugin - 4 Great Features in 1 Great Plugin!

Part 3 shows how to set up and configure the new My Servers plugin. This plugin allows auto flash backup into your account, making it easy if you ever have to restore a failed flash drive. The plugin also allows remote server monitoring, license key management, and secure remote access to your Unraid server.

Part 4: All about Using Multiple Cache Pools and Shares in Unraid 6.9

Part 4 shows how to set up and use multiple cache pools and also explains the various settings that shares can use so that you can decide how to best use multi pools on your server for the best performance.

Part 5: Setting up Shares on Unraid 6.9 for Best Performance

Part 5 shows you how to plan and set up your Unraid shares to be as efficient as possible. When should a share be cache enabled? When shouldn't it be? How to choose which disks to have shares on them and which disks not to and much more!