UnRAID 6/Additional Settings
- 1 Additional Settings
- 1.1 Date & Time
- 1.2 Disk Settings
- 1.3 Docker
- 1.4 Identification
- 1.5 Network Settings
- 1.6 Global Share Settings
- 1.7 UPS Settings
- 1.8 VM Manager
- 1.9 AFP (Apple File Protocol)
- 1.10 NFS (Network File System)
- 1.11 SMB (Server Message Block)
- 1.12 FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
- 1.13 Confirmations
- 1.14 Display Settings
- 1.15 Notifications Settings
- 1.16 Scheduler
While Unraid is configured to work automatically, you may wish to further refine your setup by customizing your IP address, hostname, disk tunables, and other settings. This section goes over the various settings you can configure from the Unraid webGui. All settings controls can be found under the Settings tab on the Unraid task bar unless otherwise specified.
From this page you can set your time zone and toggle use of up to 3 NTP servers. It is recommended that you adjust Unraid to your time zone for accurate timekeeping.
You can configure additional settings for your disk devices from this page. Enable your array to auto-start on boot, adjust disk spin down timers, and even adjust advanced driver settings such as SMART polling frequency.
Docker containers allow users to add a variety of pre-configured Linux applications to their systems. See the Docker Management page for more information on setting up applications using Docker.
Unraid automatically uses the hostname of
tower, but you can adjust that from this page. You can also give your system a description / model number (useful for system builders). In addition, this page also allows you to enable or disable SSL support, change what port the webGui uses, and even provision an SSL certificate for your server.
By default, Unraid will attempt to get an IP address from a DHCP server present on your local network (typically by your router). From this page you can configure a static IP address, set up bonding / bridging, or other options. Setting a static IP is recommended, but not required to use Unraid.
As described earlier, user shares can vastly simplify how content can be organized and accessed across multiple disks in the array. You can specify what disks are allowed to participate in user shares (global inclusion/exclusion) and if a cache device/pool is present, you can configure it's use with user shares from here.
Unraid can be connected to an APC UPS (uninterruptable power supply) so that in the event of a power loss, the system can be commanded to shut down while being supplied power through a battery. From this page you can configure connection to your specific UPS and define policies for when the shutdown command should be issued. For a complete manual, visit: http://apcupsd.org/manual/manual.html
Virtual machines can be used to turn your server into a desktop, a media player, or just to run applications that weren't designed for Linux. See VM Management and VM Guest Support for more information on creating and managing VMs on Unraid.
From this page you can enable user shares for use with the Apple File Protocol, allowing them to be used as valid Time Machine backup targets for your Mac OS X devices.
NFSv4 support has been included in Unraid 6. You can enable or disable it's use with user shares from this page, as well as adjust the
fuse_remember tunable which can help with resolving NFS Stale File Handles error messages.
The SMB protocol is the standard used by Microsoft Windows-based clients. From this page, you can enable its use, define a Windows workgroup, or even join an active directory domain.
Users can connect via FTP if they are added to the FTP user(s) field on this page. If no users are added, the FTP service will not be started.
From here, you can disable the need for confirmations to perform various tasks.
Customize the appearance of the Unraid webGui from this page. This includes adjusting the date and time format, number format, toggles for tabbed/non-tabbed view modes, temperature unit, and much more. You can also toggle between various themes for how the UI itself is presented.
Browser and e-mail-based system notifications can be configured from this page. You can subscribe to different types of notifications for each method and even add custom alerts for SMART values attribute monitoring.
The scheduler settings page allows you configure the frequency for two types of automated system tasks: parity checks and the cache mover.