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    UTT v4.1 BETA 1 is attached. I'm primarily concerned about the SCSI Hosts and Discs report, so if I could get a few users to run this with a Short test and post the reports that would be great. This does have the new logic to find the leading edge for Pass 2, rather than the peak, so feel free to run the longer tests if you desire, just run a Short first and share those results. Here's the changelog: # V4.1: Added a function to use the first result with 99.8% max speed for Pass 2 # Fixed Server Name in Notification messages (was hardcoded TOWER) # Many fixes to the SCSI Host Controllers and Connected Drives report # Added a function to check lsscsi version and optionally upgrade to v0.30 # Cosmetic menu tweaks - by Pauven 08/11/2019
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    Currently I have hand edited options at the end of my VM XML config, as well as a manually selected network model `<model type='vmxnet3'/>` Example: </devices> <qemu:commandline> <qemu:arg value='one'/> <qemu:arg value='two'/> <qemu:arg value='three'/> <qemu:arg value='four'/> </qemu:commandline> </domain> Could the Template editor keep these custom edits by offering an editable field in the template to add <qemu:commandline>, and also offer a dropdown for the network card to allow selecting a model? Thank you in advanced
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    No. There can be only one operating system in control of the actual hardware. If you wish to run unraid and windows together on the same hardware, windows must be a virtual machine. There is your answer.
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    sort -n -t: -k3 I believe should handle this. You may need to strip the [ and ], so it'd be sed -e "s/[\[,\]]//g" | sort -n -t: -k3 Or something along those lines. I don't have a terminal accessible to test atm. To explain: -n sort numerals -t: change change delimiter to ":" -k3 sort by column 3. EDIT: forgot the -n flag above. EDIT 2: It's also entirely possible that the disk order not line up to the port numbers.
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    See this post: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/79611-odd-vm-issue/?do=findComment&comment=764463
  6. 1 point
    It might help us if you explain what you use your unRAID server for? Simple file storage, media serving with something like plex etc.
  7. 1 point
    The i5 8400 has an iGPU that supports QuickSync Video. Both Plex and Emby (and I assume Jellyfin since it is a fork of Emby) support iGPU for hardware acceleration. If Jellyfin supports a QSV-enabled iGPU then the CPU does not have to be terribly powerful unless you will also be running a lot of dockers, VMs, etc. I know many Plex/Emby users are getting good hardware transcoding for 2-4 streams with Pentium/i3 processors. This is mostly for remote/mobile clients. Your media, if encoded properly, should direct stream locally without transcoding with a decent client.
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    Are you going to be just streaming the media internally inside your house, or do you have plans to run something like Plex? If its just for internal use, it will be fine, however if you plan on running Plex check out the requirements below. You need to keep some CPU for unRAID as well. The passmark score for your CPU is 11650 Here are the requirements for a single stream for Plex Very roughly speaking, for a single full-transcode of a video, the following PassMark score requirements are a good guideline for the following average source file: 4K HDR (50Mbps, 10-bit HEVC) file: 17000 PassMark score (being transcoded to 10Mbps 1080p) 4K SDR (40Mbps, 8-bit HEVC) file: 12000 PassMark score (being transcoded to 10Mbps 1080p) 1080p (10Mbps, H.264) file: 2000 PassMark score 720p (4Mbps, H.264) file: 1500 PassMark score
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    Apparently this is a bug in the latest build of Windows.
  10. 1 point
    +1 I’ve been wanting proper 2FA for so long!
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    SMART for those looks fine. The fact that they are sharing a power connection makes that a prime suspect. Disk letters are assigned as the disks are detected at boot (and other times), the letters aren't significant for most purposes and can be ignored. The serial numbers are how Unraid keeps track of disk assignments. Rebuilding is the preferred way to enable a disk after it has been disabled. Unraid disables a disk when a write to it fails. Since the disk is missing the written data, its contents are no longer valid, so rebuilding is the preferred way to make it valid again. The only other way to get Unraid to enable a disabled disk is New Config, which optionally and by default, rebuilds parity. So fix the connections and rebuild.
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    I personally don't use plex, so I don't have a stake here, but I would like to request on behalf of the less knowledgeable here that you publish a step by step guide to help people migrate. Many use this container purely because it was supported by limetech, so to leave them hanging feels wrong.
  13. 1 point
    We have this implemented for 6.8 release.
  14. 1 point
    Also, the problem seems to be isolated to sqlite databases. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
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    Then your issues are related to using the array for the appdata. The problem is that databases do not go well with the fuse system on unraid (or mergers on other systems). You should change the appdata to go directly to a disk instead of /mnt/user. So you use /mnt/diskX/share/for/appdata. Replace the X with the disk you want to use. After this you should have no issues with containers using databases.