I've got a question that came up when I tried to copy some home movies (.avi) to a RAID array mounted on the core for RAID-protected storage. I copied them over to one of the media directories, and updatemedia picked them up and added them to the database (something I didn't want). As of 0710, I didn't think there was a good way to make updatemedia skip certain directories, so I wanted to add these files in a directory outside of the normally scanned directory structure. That got me thinking that in the longer term, I'd like to use the RAID array that I've got on the core for some more 'general storage' (non-media, or at least non-permanent media) through Samba, and I'd like to map that directory through samba without breaking the current system. I created a samba share of /mnt/device/[hard disk device number], but I don't think this is the best solution. Does anyone have any advice they can offer?