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  1. Hi, this is mostly a WIP thread, but as of the first post it does work up to my relatively limited testing. I plan on expanding this to a fully featured plugin, but this script is a working foundation, and I'd like to make this available to people to play with asap. Bottom Line Up Front: This script only works on your btrfs-formatted array drives. By default, it will keep 8760 snapshots (1 year of hourly snapshots), this value can be adjusted by changing the MAX_SNAPS variable in the script. This script does not handle cache drives, but would be trivial to extend to do so - I just think i
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  2. This is a beta version of a plugin I am working on to replace the unraid-vmbackup script I have been maintaining here and here. It is based off the latest version of the script (v1.3.1), and I will be maintaining both for now as there are some use-cases for the script that the plugin cannot currently replace. This is provided as-is with no guarantees. That said, and without further ado, the current version of the plugin can be found here: https://github.com/JTok/unraid.vmbackup/tree/v0.2.2 -JTok Feel free to buy me a beer (or two 😋)
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  3. Unassigned Devices Plugin Unassigned Devices (UD) includes a lot of functionality and has become a bit complex. Please read the first and second post. You will find answers to most of your questions. Note: You will need to install the Unassigned Devices Plus (UD+) plugin to enable HFS+ (Apple file format) and exFAT (flash larger than 64MB) disk mounting, and to enable 'Destructive Mode' for formatting of some UD supported disk formats. UD and UD+ are available in Community Applications (CA). Hover your mouse over any active area on the UD page
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  4. Note: this community guide is offered in the hope that it is helpful, but comes with no warranty/guarantee/etc. Follow at your own risk. What can you do with WireGuard? Let's walk through each of the connection types: Remote access to server: Use your phone or computer to remotely access your Unraid server, including: Unraid administration via the webgui Access dockers, VMs, and network shares as though you were physically connected to the network Remote access to LAN: Builds on "Remote access to server", allowing yo
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  5. I've spent the last 2 days trying to learn everything I can how to setup GNS3 on Unraid VM. Get a drink, this could take a while. Shutdown all of your VMs. Yes, this is needed. Install User Scripts if you don't have it already. Once installed, go to settings > User Scripts Add 2 new scripts - One "Enable Nested VMs" and another one, "Disable Nested VMs" Go here and grab the snippets for these. if you have AMD cpu, you'll need to adjust the scripts. Read the snippets, takes 2 seconds to adjust for AMD.
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  6. Clarifying that in the proxy conf. Thanks for the heads up: https://github.com/linuxserver/reverse-proxy-confs/pull/108
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  7. Since bitwarden and bitwardenrs are 2 different things, perhaps adding the bitwardenrs.subdomain.conf.sample would be a better idea.
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  8. Yes, no need to disable the disks, just remove and install new one, then select it from the drop-down box. No.
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  9. Simplest to just always Go to Tools - Diagnostics and attach the complete Diagnostics zip file to your NEXT post.
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  10. Update 2019.12.30 Happy new year! Commit #119 - MINOR ISSUE/BUG: Fixed dropdown list in "Tray Allocations" to show all custom colors. Only "Empty color" can be now chosen for resetting to default colors, for simplicity. @ICDeadPpl: this should simplify it for you
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  11. Run iperf to check max lan bandwidth, issue is probably related to the powerline adapters.
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  13. Good catch, I'll have to add that to the readme in GitHub. Thanks.
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  14. I personally just add the SMB shares via external storages. This is so that the user permissions on each share gets respected.
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  15. I have split your posts from the other thread into this one. Please only use one thread for a particular issue. It is impossible to coordinate responses when you have multiple threads going. That is why crossposting has been considered a bad thing on message boards since before the World Wide Web.
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  16. Never ever put your unraid server directly on the internet. That's what WireGuard or other VPN setups are for. Before you do anything, make sure you wont be exposing your server directly to the internet. Typical setups are using your own router where you can make adjustments to settings and then have your PC(s) and Server(s) setup to use DHCP from the router. If you want static ip addresses, that is accomplished by setting up Static DHCP entries on the router to map from MAC Address to IPV4.
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  17. Noting ijuarez's comment directly above your own, a static IP address is often the best bet for your server. Unless your old router was running on (for example) a 192.168.1.x network and the new one is all 10.x.x.x, you may want to consider leaving the server where it was. But, it is your server.
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  18. Favorite thing: has made it easy to DIY my server (mostly thanks to the awesome community) What I hope to see: UI improvements and responsiveness (for mobile)
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  19. Love how many different services I can run on a single box. In 2020 I would love to see a mobile responsive web UI for easier administration from my phone. Happy to lend a helping hand to make that happen.
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  20. I don't use your VM Backup App yet, but i've made a small donation all the same. Have a beer/coffee (or two?) on me Thanks for your hard work.
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  21. I love the ability to add one drive at a time in unraid, and a feature I’d love to see is a native and secure remote access solution for outside the home.
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  22. It’s a toss up between what I like most: 1: LimeTech is responsive to the community 2: the community is a fantastic support apparatus the thing I’d like to see added actually demonstrates the first point because it is going to be added: multiple cache polls! (Maybe I should say all ssd array instead?)
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  23. You may find you'll end up using that memory if you spin up a few VMs etc. You can use your cache for VM image files and add an SSD later if you like. Ive started passing through entire SSD drives to my VMs, but I don'tr think it makes a whole lot of difference to performance. Just make sure you don't put the image files on the array.
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  24. So, here's a few grabs of various metrics when I'm simultaneous streaming one 1080P movie and another 4K movie to different clients Thats with the load described above running as well. One caveat, it's entirely possible my clients are set to direct stream rather than transcode. Hope that helps. If you need any further information, testing or opinion, please don't hesitate to ask, I'll try my best to respond, time permitting., or someone else might chip in.
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  25. It would help if you could provide more information. How many simultaneous clients will access your Emby server? What kind of content will you be serving (audio only, SD video , HD video , UHD video)? Will you be using PVR capabilities or any other add ons? What transcoding expectations do you have? Will you be doing anything else with the server while expecting Emby to do its thing? Maybe with a bit more info, someone could help. All of the above will dictae any recommendations. I run Emby server and can have up to 2x simultaneou
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  26. This still works. Instead of docker exec -it nextcloud bash you can use command docker-shell and you will get list of all Docker containers. Press corresponding number next to Nextcloud Docker and you will access Nextcloud shell. All other commands are still the same for this version of NC.
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  27. This worked! I tried a few options, but found that PCIe ACS override being set to Multi function worked for me. Thanks for the help!
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  28. Try the different options for ACS Override, like go through all 4 options, start with Disabled, Downstream, Multi-Function and Both. See if one of those settings get you a different result. (You're currently on Downstream) (Located in Settings --> VM Manager --> Advanced View)
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  29. You made a typical new user mistake. You split 16GB RAM per VM and forget that Unraid itself needs memory to run. Cut it to 12GB / VM and then see if you can run both at the same time. Then slowly increase RAM until things crash then dial it back a little.
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  30. No the method hasn't changed. You just need to move the line that says "menu default" to the section you want to be the "menu default".
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  31. USB Card roundup for Windows 10 and High Sierra Virtual Machine Use 1st Card - AUKEY 4 Ports PCI-E To USB 3.0 Expansion Card Chipset: VL805 Findings: Got an error in my syslog during boot and card was unable to be used either natively in Linux or passed through to Windows or OSX VM 2nd Card - Anker Uspeed PCI-E to USB 3.0 2-Port Express Card Chipset: VL805 Findings: Got an error in my syslog during boot and card was unable to be used either natively in Linux or passed through to Windows or OSX VM 3rd Card - Sienoc USB3.0 7Port PCI Expre
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  32. I thought this might be a good FAQ entry, so created it: What is "Boot GUI mode", and how do I change to it? Feel free to edit it, or suggest changes.
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  33. Those files are system activities from the dynamix system stats/activities addon. If you're going to run that you need at least 384 meg log filesystem. Theres posts and threads in the forums here that gives instructions on how to make it larger. Typically this is handled in modifying your go file.
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