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  1. NEW! For Unraid 6.x, this utility is named: unraid6x-tunables-tester.sh For Unraid 5.x, this utility is named: unraid-tunables-tester.sh The current version is 4.1 for Unraid 6.x and is attached at the bottom of this post. I will maintain this post with future versions (if there are any). The legacy version 2.2 for Unraid 5.x is attached at the bottom of this post. This version is no longer maintained. VERSION HISTORY # V4.1: Added a function to use the first result with 99.8% max speed for Pass 2 # Fixed Server Name in Notification messag
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  2. Thanks @jbartlett, that's exactly what I needed. I wanted to make sure that Cache2 was IDX 31. I'll post Beta 1 of UTT v4.1 here shortly for testing.
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  3. Much better. Looks like the accuracy is +/- 0.2 MB/s. The new logic in UTT v4.1 would have used md_sync_window 6144 (from TEST PASS 1_HIGH) for Pass 2, and test from 3072 - 9216. All things considered, I think the v.41 results would be identical to these results for you, as your server has a really flat curve that starts extremely low, and the new logic won't really affect those results.
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  4. I just went through something similar - failure of unRAID array due to old/defective SATA backplanes on my Norco RPC-4220 storage enclosure. I ended up with one drive that was repaired by the Check Filesystems procedure but the other didn't recover properly. I had made a disc image using dd/ddrescue before trying the Check Filesystems in maintenance mode. Glad I did as I was able to use data recovery software (UFS Explorer Standard) on the unmountable drive (image) and it let me recover everything I needed/wanted. I looked at assorted recovery platforms but chose UFS Explorer Stand
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  5. Thanks for all the data @StevenD, you've been very helpful today.
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  6. There isn't. RAID1 only allows you to lose up to half of your disks. Losing 2 in a 3-disk RAID 1 = more than half = lost data.
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  7. I got it working now! i needed to uninstall the nvidia version of unraid (back to stock) and that did the trick! thank you for helping
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  8. I am having the same problem. After the container got updated during the night autodl stopped working. Then I have to go to irc-server settings and press ok and it starts to work again.
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  9. Can answer this one, should be plug 'n play.
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  10. I get the same thing with my custom image. I tried storing it on the flash drive but that didn't help.
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  11. Not discounting the value of the suggestion, which I personally have no need for but certainly can see a valid use case, but I'm wondering about your workflow. Normally vdisk files are sparse, so no matter how large or small you allocate, they only take up as much space as actually used by the files inside. So, why not just set up the base images with the size you need to begin with? It's not going to change the amount of space they occupy.
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  12. I can confirm this bug - but with a different conclusion. cp from cache to disk2 (using console) reaches about 200MB/s, read from disk3 (via SMB) drops to 5MB/s Once the disk2 write is done, read from disk3 immediately goes back up to 197MB/s cp from cache to unassigned device (using console) reaches 500MB/s, read from disk 3 (via SMB) is still high around 172MB/s To remove SMB as a variable, I have repeated the test using console only (2 simultaneous connections) and they have similar results To remove console as a variable, I have repeated the test using
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  13. The current PLEX server doesn't use NVDEC for the decoding part. Even when you enable hardware transcoding in Plex settings, it only use the NVENC (encoding) and still decode using CPU. The NVDEC Script is a wrapper that tricks Plex Transcoder by passingthu the Decoding command in parameters so that ffmpeg underneath will use the NVDEC too. It's not perfect in the current state as the ffmpeg is very old in Plex. The newest ffmpeg support nvdec a lot better. Hopefully, PLEX will update it soon. When you use the NVDec script, that lower your CPU usage because if it can, it will decode al
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  14. If as you try to access unsecure unRAID, you see this panel, insert \ backslash for user ID and click OK, your in.
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