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    limetech

    Another kernel update, more base package updates, bug fixes.

     

    Version 6.7.0-rc7 2019-04-03

    Base distro:

    • aaa_elflibs: version 15.0
    • curl: version 7.64.1
    • gnutls: version 3.6.7
    • harfbuzz: version 2.4.0
    • icu4c: version 64.1
    • iproute2: version 5.0.0
    • iputils: version 20190324
    • kernel-firmware: version 20190402_67b7579
    • libedit: version 20190324_3.1
    • libssh2: version 1.8.2
    • lsscsi: version 0.30
    • mkfontscale: version 1.2.1
    • nano: version 4.0
    • shadow: version 4.6
    • shared-mime-info: version 1.12
    • sqlite: version 3.27.2
    • talloc: version 2.2.0
    • tdb: version 1.4.0
    • tevent: version 0.10.0
    • wget: version 1.20.2
    • xfsprogs: version 4.20.0

    Linux kernel:

    • version: 4.19.33

    Management:

    • rc.nginx: eliminate unnecessary 10 sec delays
    • webgui: Dashboard: add settings shortcuts
    • webgui: Docker: Add More Info link (docker registry) to context menus
    • webgui: Updated jquery cookie script from 1.3.1 to 1.4.1
    • webgui: Keep status visible for paused array operations


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    6 minutes ago, itimpi said:

    Perhaps the options reading something like:

    - update ready  (instead of ‘updated’)

    - apply update  (instead of ‘update ready’)

    would be clearer and  less likely to lead to confusion (and not take up more space)?

    +1

     

    Much better than the current wording.

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    On 4/15/2019 at 8:17 PM, killeriq said:

    seems like you are still using "old msg" - the "No" is not present anymore in settings

    Thanks. Updated.

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    28 minutes ago, itimpi said:

    Perhaps the options reading something like:

    - update ready  (instead of ‘updated’)

    - apply update  (instead of ‘update ready’)

    would be clearer and  less likely to lead to confusion (and not take up more space)?

    Nice. :) 

    Made a update with the textual adjustment.

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    42 minutes ago, itimpi said:

    Perhaps the options reading something like:

    - update ready  (instead of ‘updated’)

    - apply update  (instead of ‘update ready’)

    would be clearer and  less likely to lead to confusion (and not take up more space)?

    all better choices for clarity than "updated"

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    5 hours ago, jonathanm said:

    Well, from one perspective it is already updated. It's been updated at the source, and the update is ready to apply to your server.

     

    I agree it's clumsy, but it does parse.

     

    "Newer version available" Says the same thing, but wordier. Space is at a premium on that page, so I don't know what is better.

     

    I guess the question is, did it make you aware there was an update that needed to be applied?

    Im aware of what it means its clunky and can be a bit mis-informing as some might see it as the docker is already updated on their system

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    On 4/25/2019 at 10:44 AM, Lev said:

    You didn't attach diagnostics, nor cite any specific things that didn't work. Only false advertising is your post. I run 2gb just fine, prove me wrong.

     

    On 4/25/2019 at 11:27 AM, itimpi said:

    The one thing that seems to frequently fail on a 2GB system is trying to do an OS update via the GUI.    This can fail if there is not enough free RAM to unpack the new release into RAM before writing the new release to the USB stick.   The workaround in such a case is to use the manual update method.

     

    The basic NAS functionality seems to work without issue on a 2GB system.

     

    On 4/25/2019 at 12:08 PM, nuhll said:

    the question is WHY is there to less RAM?

     

    Unraid itself wont use 2gb ram. But if you install 109231823912839 dockers and plugins... 

     

    Its like windows can also run with core 2 duo 0,8ghz and 500mb ram (what ever) but not good and not all programs work.

    Maybe I didn't explain myself correctly. You guys don't have to be rough like that. 

     

    I went to different scenarios and different posts when I didn't know that I had to use more ram. Please see posts attached, as well as diagnostics.

     

     

     

    All I'm saying it wouldn't be bad to add extra details in the requirements Data Storage and Protection, such as. 

    - automatic update won't be available 

    - rootfs getting full because system loads into the ram. 

     

    image.png.9e7e516bb73b03c33af7951e8511f044.png

     

    I love Unraid! and this is a simple suggestion, you don't have to take it if it's too complicated or it's not worth the effort. 

     

    FYI. I'm not running issues anymore since I upgraded to different hardware with more ram and everything. This was a test to use this server as Archive with no apps or nothing. And confirmed that it cannot work stable with 2GB of ram. It needs 4 to get updates automatically and even copy a large amount of information sometimes. 

    archive-diagnostics-20190426-1758.zip

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    just curious if this RC is going to be final.. as 6.7.0rc started in jan :)

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    nuhll

    Posted (edited)

    Sorry, im not english speaking, so i didnt want to be rough, just tell the truth.

     

    I had it running with 4gb (2gb for VM) it was working "fine", even some plugins. So this must be on your end. - I just had to auto restart all dockers every day because of some random dockers filling up ram.


    Anyway, RAM prices are cheap, and it cost around 1-2 watt per stick, so usually doubling ram dont cost anything.

     

    Windows 10



    Prozessor:

    Prozessor mit 1 GHz (oder schneller) oder ein SoC-System

    RAM: 

    1 GB für 32 Bit oder 2 GB für 64 Bit 

    Festplattenspeicher:

    16 GB für 32-Bit-Betriebssystem oder 32 GB für 64-Bit-Betriebssystem

    Grafikkarte:

    DirectX 9 oder höher mit WDDM 1.0 Treiber

    Display:

    800 x 600

    Internetverbindung:

    Die Internetverbindung ist für Updates sowie für die Nutzung mancher Funktionen nötig. Windows 10 Pro im S Modus, Windows 10 Pro Education im S Modus, Windows 10 Education im S Modus und Windows 10 Enterprise im S Modus erfordern eine Internetverbindung während der ersten Geräteeinrichtung (OOBE) sowie entweder ein Microsoft-Konto (MSA) oder ein Azure Activity Directory-Konto (AAD). Auch bei der Deaktivierung von Windows 10 im S Modus auf einem Gerät ist eine Internetverbindung erforderlich. Hier finden Sie weitere Informationen zum S Modus.

     

    You wouldnt install windows 10 on a 1ghz and 1gb ram machine, or? :) Its just the minimum it can run, nothing more, nothing less.

    Edited by nuhll
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