• Unraid OS version 6.6.0-rc2 available


    limetech
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    Please open a new report for each issue/bug you find unique to this version.

     

    Bug fixes, improvements, and moving to linux 4.18 kernel.

     

    Release notes:

    Version 6.6.0-rc2 2018-09-06

    Management:

    • rc.nginx: added locations for robots.txt and js/css versioning
    • this plugin: if legacy dynamix.plg file exists, delete it

    Linux kernel:

    • version 4.18.6
    • removed OOT Intel ixgbe and ixgbevf, restored in-tree drivers:
      • CONFIG_IXGBE: Intel(R) 10GbE PCI Express adapters support
      • CONFIG_IXGBEVF: Intel(R) 10GbE PCI Express Virtual Function Ethernet support
    • removed OOT groeck Linux Driver for ITE LPC chips, restored in-tree driver:
      • CONFIG_SENSORS_IT87: ITE IT87xx and compatibles

    Management:

    • webgui: vm manager: update unraid template logo
    • webgui: Update virtio iso download links
    • webgui: VM Manager: add 'virtio-win-0.1.160-1' to VirtIO-ISOs list
    • webgui: IE: loads.txt is not being generated correctly on 6.6-rc1
    • webgui: Wrap all CSS/JS calls in autov()
    • webgui: Set robots "noindex, nofollow" metatag on all pages, in case a user opens their system up to the internet.
    • webgui: Added CPU isolation
      • Both CPU pinning and CPU isolation is possible thru the GUI
    • webgui: Make buttons a bit more narrow
    • webgui: Fixed VM disk driver overwriting to default
    • webgui: Fixed primary graphics card selection
      • Note: this solution isn't complete. Removing a 2nd card doesn't work
    • webgui: Fixed: VM settings Apply button not working in basic mode
    • webgui: Fixed: no wrapping of help text in Docker settings
    • webgui: Improved position of notifications
    • webgui: Fixed: table height in fixed mode
    • webgui: Fixed: VM creation error (parser error on attribute 'function')
    • webgui: More specific removal of driver type to prevent 'qcow2' revert to 'raw'
    • webgui: Robots protection
    • webgui: Added SWAL message for CPU isolation
    • webgui: Fixed: XML -- array conversion for "disk" elements
    • webgui: CPU pinning: make notice to reboot permanent and inline with other pages
    • webgui: VM settings: updated ACS Override and new Unsafe Interrupts option
    • webgui: VM settings: align title capitalization
    • webgui: VM settings: added help text
    • webgui: CPU pinning: separate tabs for VM and Docker
    • webgui: CPU pinning: individual notice message for VM and Docker
    • webgui: Fixed: regression error in docker "check for updates"
    • webgui: Docker containers: list adjustment to fit better smaller screens
    • webgui: Docker containers: imrpoved table spacing
    • webgui: CPU pinning: updated page structure
    • webgui: VM edit: rebuild correctly graphic cards
    • webgui: Prohibit CPU isolation in safe mode
    • webgui: CPU pinning: updated help text for containers and isolated cores
    • webgui: Docker: Suppress error if no volumes present in template

     

    Edited by limetech

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    2 hours ago, IamSpartacus said:

    That page looks normal to me too, but not the MAIN page that has all my array information.  All the buttons under Array Operation and Shares seem huge compared to the text on that page.  Will post a screen shot shortly.

    Yes, that's my only issue with new GUI, I don't know if @bonienlpushed for the orange since he's Dutch, but I like it, reminds me of Verstappen  image.png.0b58450b4d2760a7cec57d5e89913bc5.png😀

     

    But look at the comparison on the button size from v6.5, I'm guessing text being all in caps might also have something to do with the button size, but IMO still too large.

     

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    Edited by johnnie.black
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    The error happens because of the dot character in "XPEnology 6.1".

    I need to fix that, as a temp workaround change the name without the dot.

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    Not sure if it's been previously reported, but if you use a custom schedule under Scheduler and use the black theme, some fields are unreadable.

     

     

    Screen Shot 2018-09-10 at 8.38.04 AM.png

    Edited by luisv
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    3 hours ago, remati said:

    4.18 Kernel!? Looks like iGPU passthrough for Coffeelake will now be possible. Has anyone tried it yet?

    Just bought an 8700K. Will try this soon.

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    Would it be possible to include amdgpu driver for AMD Raven Ridge processors?

    I would love to see my AMD 2400G do hardware transcoding..

     

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    Just lost my gui about an hour ago, rebooted from command line and gui is dead. tried to restrt gui though CLI and no go, not at home so cant check what on the monitor until later

     

     

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    restart did not actually happen even though my ssh connection died, i checked uptimne and was back to 3 days so it never went down

     

    trying powerdown command now and nothings happening

     

     

    ****used reboot -n and it went down and came back up so a good sign

    Edited by Can0nfan
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    5 minutes ago, Can0nfan said:

    reboot seems to resolve the issue

    Good it's working again, but we won't have a clue of what happened.

    My system is up for nearly 4 days and rc2 is happily running and the GUI still is lightning fast.

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    Just now, bonienl said:

    Good it's working again, but we won't have a clue of what happened.

    My system is up for nearly 4 days and rc2 is happily running and the GUI still is lightning fast.

    yeah was a weird one I could ssh in and TOP looked fine, tried the old nginx restart command and i could access my VM's and dockers too just not the gui. i had 3 days uptime prior and it seems to break when i swapped menus too quickly from main to VM's and back

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    3 minutes ago, Can0nfan said:

    it seems to break when i swapped menus too quickly from main to VM's and back

    For testing purposes I swapped menus a dozen times to the extreme, but never experienced a break.

    Side note: a full restart of the GUI requires "rc.nginx restart" and "rc.php-fpm restart"

    (make sure all your browser sessions are closed before restarting)

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    1 minute ago, bonienl said:

    For testing purposes I swapped menus a dozen times to the extreme, but never experienced a break.

    Side note: a full restart of the GUI requires "rc.nginx restart" and "rc.php-fpm restart"

    (make sure all your browser sessions are closed before restarting)

    cool thanks I had older commands from you from last year on the 6.4

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