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I'd do some IO testing because 4 minutes is quite a long time to format an ext3/4 partition. Or did you mean the entire process of you punching in commands and configuring Linux?

That was the time for me to wipe the disk, partition, formation, set up automount, and reboot. The actual format was less than 30 seconds, I do believe. Pretty quick.
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To be honest we've all been there and missed stuff. Only last Saturday I spent 4 hours chasing a weird intermittent fault, completely forgetting that just moments earlier I was playing around with overclocking settings in the BIOS doh.giflaugher.gif

Glad you learned something from the process though. At least that makes it time well spent smile.gif

Definitely, and thanks! I got Deluge and Deluge-Web installed and configured, with my directories set up. I'm about to dump a .Torrent in there and do some testing, and then migrate my existing torrents from uTorrent.
post #62 of 64
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As much as I hate to say it, I've given up on this.

I installed v1.3.3 of Deluge (package was in repo for CentOS) and just could not get it to connect to any seeds. Remove Deluge, installed the latest (v1.3.6) from source, and it worked. Was getting some weird python error messages though, that would cause the Web UI to drop in and out as well as having issues getting the init script to work. I'm sure I can get it working, but the time it will take just isn't worth it to me. I have uTorrent running on Server 2012 with 640MB of RAM, and can probably cut it back to 512MB. My goal with CentOS+Deluge was to get it at 384MB, but that slight change isn't worth the time it will take to get everything working like I want. I may venture down the path of installing Deluge on Windows, since I like the Web UI of it better than uTorrent.

I am also considering rebuilding my Usenet VM (SABnzbd, SickBeard, CouchPotatoServer, Headphones) on to CentOS. That's also running on a Server 2012 VM with 4GB of RAM, with it currently only using 1.5GB. I just fear messing up my SB database, haha.

Regardless, I just want to say thanks to everyone who has helped out.
post #63 of 64
Id wager your python error is just a missing import. It would be dead easy to fix if you want to post the error message
post #64 of 64
Id wager your python error is just a missing import. It would be dead easy to fix if you want to post the error message
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