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  2. ExXxtr3me

    [Support] Djoss - Nginx Proxy Manager

    Strange, doesn't that mean it should already work? https://github.com/jc21/nginx-proxy-manager/issues/16
  3. nuhll

    How to use Apache/PHP Docker?

    Cant this archieved via command? Like via extra Arguments or something like that? If not, how would i change a dockerfile?
  4. AnnabellaRenee87

    [Support] binhex - rTorrentVPN

    Is there any other logs I can give you to help with this? The main server longs maybe?
  5. binhex

    [Support] binhex - rTorrentVPN

    interesting, for me this just works, no delay and no missing favicon etc
  6. AnnabellaRenee87

    [Support] binhex - rTorrentVPN

    I do SubDomains too, my URL is rutorrent.blah.me (blah replacing my actual domain)
  7. binhex

    [Support] binhex - rTorrentVPN

    its possible that the later version of rutorrent just doesnt play nicely with reverse proxy baseuri, i can confirm however it does work correctly for subdomain (im using the ngins reverse proxy manager docker container), not really much i can do to fix up the baseuri issue.
  8. binhex

    [Support] binhex - rTorrentVPN

    im pretty sure the speed improvement was due to the latest version of rutorrent, i noticed an instant improvement on the bump up to 3.9, even noticed deletion of torrent+data seems to be quicker, which is probably my top dislike of rtorrent/rutorrent (still my preferred though). as always thank you for the donation!.
  9. Support for this needs to be added. Currently you need to use an IP address.
  10. You mean that you have to add more than 15 DNS names for the same proxy host configuration?
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  12. Arcaeus

    [Plug-In] Community Applications

    @Squid Just wanted to clarify, can I just wipe the existing one and start over? What is the best process you recommend for going through with this and saving what data I can? And how do you think this happened?
  13. Hey All So i normal trawl google and research to find my answers but this one is making me more bald. I have been using Unraid for many years but only as a server without VM's (lotsa Dockers though), in that respect i can work my way around it fairly well. What im trying to do.... VM of OpenWRT which has a br0 Nic as LAN, a USB Nic as WAN connected to VDSL Modem (DHCP) and a OpenVPN client as a second WAN So Unraid works great and have it configured/working, i also have the OpenWRT installed, configured and working (DHCP, DNSCrypt, VPN, Policy Routing of IP's to different WANs). The issue starts if ever i need to do an unattended restart of Unraid, if i restart the Unraid server it all loads as its meant to but for some reason Unraid keeps a hold of the USB Nic and wont pass it through to the VM on first boot, if after it all settles i then stop the VM from the GUI and restart it then Unraid lets go of the Nic and OpenWRT loads as intended. Naturally if only Unraid loads and OpenWRT fails then i cant connect to it if im not there. Now then to mention some stuff that i know a few are so itching to tell me to do. This is all been run on a Asrock Desk Mini, its plenty powerful enough to do everything i want but only has 1 Nic and 2 Drives (oh and a nvme), so no i cant add a Pcie Nic, also it only has one USB controller so i cant assign it to the VM, im not looking to upgrade to anything bigger this size is perfect. No i dont have a parity drive but i back up to an external USB drive every few days. OpenWRT is great for simplicity sake and i have tried all the others like pfSense, untangled.......... aka OpenWRT is perfect for my needs and i have it working perfectly. Yes i already have a Netgear Nighthawk router (which is now in access point mode) and it would defeat the purpose of the VPN to use it. Basically i need to find a way to force Unraid not to take a hold of the USB Nic when it boots (sounds so simple but F@#K its not). Sorry if i sound narky ive just read far to many posts where someone will always recommends to do exactly the opposite of what the OP is looking for.
  14. woocash

    Parity calculation speed

    I guess that was the fastest and finest diagnosis of any problem I had ever. 160MBps now Worked like a charm, appreciate it! Curious about that cache being disabled everywhere, even though in BIOS it's enabled. Will investigate further and update this post if i find the reason. Wonder if maybe DiskSpeed or other benchmarking tool i used, disabled it to get more "pure" results.
  15. itimpi

    ESXi 5.x - pre-built VMDK for unRAID

    Another way to approach this might be to download one of the later 6.x vmdk's where the partition size seems to be 1GB, and then copy the contents of whatever Unraid release you want to use on top of the existing contents.
  16. BetaQuasi

    ESXi 5.x - pre-built VMDK for unRAID

    Probably the most user-friendly way would be to use gparted (https://gparted.org) - I'd grab the live CD/ISO and set that as your boot drive for the VM running unRAID. It should see your existing vmdk and allow you to resize it. From memory (and this is going back quite a few years now so I don't know for sure!) the .vmdk file itself was already 1Gb, so you should be able to extend the partition to fill that. If the .vmdk file itself also needs extending, you can do that from the command line in VMware, using the vmkfstools command. You can see more detail here. You would first extend the .vmdk file to a certain size, and then run gparted to expand the partition to fill the newly-created disk. https://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/index.jsp?topic=%2Fcom.vmware.vsphere.storage.doc_50%2FGUID-97FED1EC-35A5-4EF2-80BA-7131F8455702.html There's quite a few other ways to approach this too, but that should specifically address what you need. Lastly, back up the .vmdk first in case something goes wrong!
  17. johnnie.black

    Parity calculation speed

    In fact it's disabled for all your disks, very unusual. something is/was disabling it.
  18. johnnie.black

    Parity calculation speed

    Write cache for parity disk is disabled, you can turn it on with: hdparm -W1 /dev/sdX Might go back to default after a reboot.
  19. Attackwave

    Two Identical GPU Problem

    I dropped the Ubuntu VM and create a new W10.....works. But I have no Idea why any Linux VM wont work.
  20. bastl

    VM - Windows 10 little dropouts

    The PCI Root Port Patch only works on Q35 VMs on newer builds starting with 6.7_RC5. You need to insert the following QEMU arguments at the end of the xml. <qemu:commandline> <qemu:arg value='-global'/> <qemu:arg value='pcie-root-port.speed=8'/> <qemu:arg value='-global'/> <qemu:arg value='pcie-root-port.width=16'/> </qemu:commandline> </domain> For me with this change the Nvidia system settings are reporting the correct PCI link speeds and benchmarks like 3DMark are working now. Without this I always had issues with system freezes when 3DMark starts up and checking for system information, GPUZ reporting wrong speeds and I guess there is a couple other software out there having problems.
  21. bastl

    VM FAQ

    @fluisterben Check if this works for you I had no issues setting this up in a Mint VM. XML looks like the following <filesystem type='mount' accessmode='passthrough'> <source dir='/mnt/user/downloads/dl'/> <target dir='dl'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x01' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </filesystem> <interface type='bridge'> <mac address='52:54:00:e0:e7:31'/> <source bridge='br0'/> <model type='virtio'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x02' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </interface>
  22. woocash

    Parity calculation speed

    Yes, read speed from data disk is the same as write speed to parity disk - around 45-49 MBps. Not sure if I named it correctly - basically in my array there is one 8TB data drive. I added another identical 8TB new and empty drive to the array as parity disk. I clicked "Parity-sync/data rebuild" to fill parity disk with parity data. Since then the speed of this process is very slow. The caching is enabled in BIOS. Looking through diagnostics I found lsscsi.txt which showed queue_depth of both my 8TB drives as 1, which if i understand correctly means NCQ is disabled. On the other hand in unRaid settings, NCQ is set to be enabled. Could this be the problem? I do attach diagnostics below.
  23. johnnie.black

    Different Serial Numbers after moving to new hardware

    It is and one of the reason USB is not recommended. It should work, but some USB enclosures have other issues besides the identification, for example sometimes don't pass the full disk size, but there should be no harm in trying, if the disks don't mount correctly don't format.
  24. johnnie.black

    Parity calculation speed

    If you mean parity sync, check in the bios that write cache is enable, if it is and still slow then please post the diagnostics: Tools -> Diagnostics
  25. johnnie.black

    some warnings id like help to fix possibly?

    A bios update might fix some of the ACPI related errors, but none of those are something to worry about.
  26. johnnie.black

    Cache Error & Repacement Question

    Close but with btrfs that's not how it works, it only means the data is always in at least two drives, but they are not mirrored 2 by 2. Probably a good idea, but you could also wait some time and if no more errors it should be fine, to replace see here: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/46802-faq-for-unraid-v6/?do=findComment&amp;comment=480419
  27. T65

    VM - Windows 10 little dropouts

    Yesterday I installed Windows 10 on the NVME and on a baremetal system. Then I stubbed the NVME controller and created a new Windows 10 VM on the unraid server. No improvements and now I guess it's definitely the GPU, maybe due to a wrong PCIe configuration x1 instead of x16 Gen 3. Some member discussed that already and maybe that's it - I don't know! PCIe Root Port Patch Now I bought a Nvidia GTX 1070 because I have no other GPU laying around.
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