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  1. Wer es noch nicht wusste: Bald können wir für jeden Kleinkram zum Zoll laufen und Gebühren zahlen. Ab dem 01.07. ist es soweit. Ich glaube ich bestelle ab dann jeden Tag einen 1 Cent Artikel und hole ihn nicht ab. Das nennt man dann DoS Attacke ^^
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  2. You can make a folder called "custom-cont-init.d" in the /config folder location and put a script in there. It gets executed during start/restart of the container. This applies to Linuxserver containers only, that I know of. Read more here, under "Custom Scripts".
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  3. So, another topic on this but there are a few things I want to check with my systems as I think it may just be me So I've followed spaceinvader ones video on getting a vbios for tech power up, modifying it, and using that All went well, passed through the primary gpu from unraid to a vm, did a full windows 10 install and basic setup with the gpu passed through, perfect So I installed the new nvidia drivers for my 750ti, and carried on tinkering. I then decided to reboot the vm so the video drivers could finish installing and it will no longer boot
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  4. Hi guys, I've recently setup a Hive OS VM and ecountered a couple of issues during this. So I've decided to prepare a quick start guide. This guide won't explain you what Hive OS is and used for, neither it will show how to setup your Hive OS account and crypto wallets. There is a lot of guides on this on the web. [Prerequisite] The only prerequisite is you have to setup your Hive OS account and properly configure at least one farm and worker. You can go through the guide here or just google any appropriate guide you like. [Instructions] Download the latest
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  5. This is the story of how I managed to fry all 12 of my HDDs in moment of stupidity. (5 min read) To start, we should talk about my setup. To simplify, I'll post my old signature to cut to the chase. But in short, it was built up over time. Slowly adding drives as needed to satiate my data hording. Much of it was Plex media but I had setup things like a Pi-Hole, Nextcloud, personal VPN (for when I wanted to use public Wi-Fi on my phone in a safer manner). Much of this I think is pretty common in our community so my server wasn't really that out-of-the-ordinary. Config -
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  6. @SpencerJ This is still happening.
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  7. However..... That post is gone, deleted, no more. It's an ex - post. I'm guessing the search index is still lagging a little.
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  8. No duplicated topics, stars on threads I've posted in, and the search seems to have caught up with some stuff that was posted and not showing as unread before, as I was caught up less than 5 hours ago with nothing showing unread, now I have a day old post showing unread. This is a good thing, because I know for a fact I didn't see that old post even though it wasn't listed this morning as new.
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  10. Looks like you've made a few steps in the right direction. Now for the bad news, I see an issue right away with that screenshot. The php warning at the top (Warning: parse_ini_file.........) seems to indicate that your flash drive dropped offline again. Either one of two things come to mind: 1. you should use a USB2 port for the flash drive. 2. when you passed through the USB device for blue iris in your windows VM, you passed through an entire USB controller that the flash drive is one, or the drive itself, on accident. If you just need a single USB device, then
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  11. Thanks for the help. Looks like I did everything right the first time, except I need to run 6.9 Beta to get the right drivers for the Realtek RTL8125 according to some other other forum inquires. Not sure if this is why they wont talk to each other, but will test it out. Edit: After update to 6.9 all is working. The Realtek RTL8125 didn't seem to like Unraid 6.8. So for those of you who are also trying this SpaceInvaderOne's video "10Gb Home Network (P2) - Peer to Peer" is really all you need to watch. The setup portion starts at 8:10 assuming you already know how to in
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  12. Should be ffmpeg, look at my Nvidia-Driver thread the second post, I posted 2 screenshots from Emby and Jellyfin I think. EDIT: Emby: Jellyfin:
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  13. Done, please force an update of the container and you can now change the port like I described in the post for the Ferdi-Client Container:
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  14. No worries, you may not need the ACS overide, unless you need that for other reasons. Glad you got it working, I didnt know about the unsafe_ints as don't need it on my system but will remember in case I need in future, thanks for posting your find/resolution.
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  15. After a bit more searching, the above worked for me. I edited my syslinux.cfg file and added the following line; vfio_iommu_type1.allow_unsafe_interrupts=1 Thank you @SimonF @1812 @runamuk @Maor for your assistance.
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  16. @binhexYou are awesome! Working perfectly now thanks
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  17. I think SpaceInvaderOne has a video with 10G. You should be able to do the same.
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  18. This SHOULD in principle be accurate. The plugin takes into account pause/resume by working out the length of time that the process was actually running when calculating speed. However the fact you queried it made me check the calculation and I see the speed calculation is currently always being based on the total number of sectors on the parity disk rather than the point reached. This means at the moment it will be correct if the parity check completes but wrong if it does not. I will fix this. A missing $ on a variable name so I will fix this. The effect should n
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  19. You probably do not want to leave that setting on once you are happy that the problem is solved: It can generate a LOT of log output You may not want that information in posted diagnostics as by its very nature it cannot be anonymized. It is normally recommended that appdata is kept on the cache for performance reasons and to stop array disks spinning up unnecessarily. At the moment appdata is spread across disks 1, 2, 3 and has no files on the cache. If you want appdata on the cache (and have the space on the cache) then you would need to change the Use Cache
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  20. Worth mentioning that this is found under Settings >Scheduler - may not be obvious to new users
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  21. I have pushed a new version that fixes the csrf issue on the plugin's Settings page on my servers and means the Apply button works again - I would like confirmation it has done it for others. The only change I made was to make the names of some variables recently added to the code less generic (and sure to be unique to my code) so it looks like the problem was that I had inadvertently used a name used elsewhere in existing Unraid code where it had a different meaning. I suspect that this is a coding trap other developers could fall into if they use short variable names.
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  22. Search for 10GbE peer to pear videos, principle is the same.
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  23. Hi @Cassidy and @Dyon, as you suggested I changed the subnet to 192.168.0.0/16 and now it works! Thank you so much for your help, I’m really glad that it is running now! 😄
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  24. Ouch, but thanks for sharing as a reminder to others about that. I never thought about those cables much, but it's really a dick move on the power supply companies side, not standardizing on the pinout for both ends of the modular cables.
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  25. It is with great regret, and some slight deja vu, that I have to report that my "solution" didn't in fact, work. It turns out that the same underlying problem remains - you only get valid data after you unplug/plug in the UPS and run the daemon, or apctest, >once<. After that, it's buggered. My current suspicion is that the UPS becomes out of sync with the port / hid status and considers itself still communicating with it. So any subsequent "Hi, I'm apctest, let's start from scratch and get to know each other" is met by the UPS with, "...the other day, and so Sally then sa
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  26. I used the standard iso. The vm image only worked for me on esxi
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  27. Have a similar issue, a few suggestions made by others in my bug report that are worth checking out.
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  28. Yes I do. Just make sure you pass through two physical NICs, Untangle requires this in setup. I couldn't find any help on this either but I'm on my 3rd year of running this in my home. I like it better than pfSense. Untangle is based on Debian. Machine type, and BIOS is important or it won't boot. I stumbled across your post only because I was looking for an answer of why one of my host processor cores is floored at 100% and the guest is not. I have rebooted everthing and tried re-pinning cpus, adding and subtracting cpus. Good, Luck, if you need more help I hope this forum notifies
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  29. @SpencerJ @limetech UUD Version 1.6 Sneak Peek! I'm freaking excited! Are you...?
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  30. You have to stop the container before editing settings. Otherwise, transmission will overwrite any settings when it shuts down and potentially while it's running. I've also experienced rpc issues with the latest update. Been trying to downgrade, but now I can't get authenticated when it was previously enabled and working fine.
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  31. Hopefully this will help a bit.
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  32. You need to provide troubleshooting information as seen in my original post before we can attempt to help you.
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  33. That was it! Thank you very much for you help!
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  34. I'm assuming that you are passing some hardware to the VMs, such as a GPU. I don't see any mention of stubbing hardware via the vfio-pci.cfg file but I can only assume that you are (can't remember if that shows up in the diagnostics). You will most likely need to update that config file as well as your VMs once you install your nvme. Whenever you install new hardware that interfaces with the PCIe bus, it can shift the existing allocations around. This can cause issues with stubbed hardware, where something that shouldn't have been stubbed suddenly is (i.e. USB ports with the unraid flash dr
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  35. I added a package that should allow mounting of APFS. Update UD+ and see if you can mount an APFS disk. I do not have any way of testing.
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  36. I can confirm this bug, here's a screenshot on a Big Sur clean install.
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  37. I do get this also when I plugin USB Devices, Unassigned devices plugin is installed and array is spun down. There is an issue when UD tells Unraid to update and its being looked into, hopefully fix will be in next RC . Do you get the entries when connecting usb devices? See this thread
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  38. [I just spent 3 hours documenting the step by step work I'd been doing on this for logging in this thread. I have the same UPS and the same errors and the same problems. I don't use unRAID though but I'm sure it's nothing to do with unRaid. I've spent several nights attacking this problem from a low level USB /HID driver problem. Then, 5 minutes ago, I tried something different. And it fixed it. What... the... No guarantees, but here's what I did: # usb_modeswitch -v 0x051d -p 0x0003 --reset-usb (Check lsusb output to find out your vendor a
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  39. The server you have selected does not support port forwarding. Choose another from the list shown in the log.
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  40. You can now switch to the new 'feature/audio-reset' of the vendor-reset. Just use @ich777's docker to compile your custom build as you need it. I can boot between Windows 10 20H2, Ubuntu 20.10 and macOS Big Sur 11.1 Afaik @derpuma runs catalina atm and he also reported that everything is working properly. In addition, even the old navi patch could not help him with his powercoler 5700xt. Oh, and he even just fully send it yesterday by force stopping a vm. After starting the vm again he could just go on as if nothing had happend. So this is not just an alternative,
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  41. That's actually fairly typical, the video card just renders whatever is in the framebuffer. Until something flushes the buffer or otherwise resets the card, it's just going to show whatever was stuffed into those memory addresses last. If you kill the VM and nothing else takes control of the card, it will just stay at the last state. Normal hardware machines typically take back control of the video card after the OS shuts down.
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  42. Yes, the signal from the video card that wasn't shutdown
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  43. Haven't tried this myself but doesn't seem surprising. Force stop is sort of a hard poweroff as far as the VM is concerned but not as far as the hardware is concerned. Does it behave any differently with another release?
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  44. Tons of posts related to Windows 10 and SMB as the root cause of the inability to connect to unRaid that were fruitless so I'm recording this easy fix for my future self. If you cannot access your unRaid shares via DNS name ( \\tower ) and/or via ip address ( \\192.168.x.y ) then try this. These steps do NOT require you to enable SMB 1.0; which is insecure. Directions: Press the Windows key + R shortcut to open the Run command window. Type in gpedit.msc and press OK. Select Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Network -> L
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  45. Assuming you already have an unRaid server running you have a few options from docker: Nextcloud: i use it only because the android app has a build-in photo backup feature that works very well. But the move to 'Nextcloud Hub' is not my thing. Seafile: very good file server and felt a bit 'faster' then nextcloud in my case but no photo upload in android app. (well, the feature is there but didn't work on my Xiaomi Mi 9T) Pydio: like seafile but i haven't tested it. The new update to 'Pydio Cells' is (again) not my thing. Filebrowser: more basic but works very
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  46. Although I can't speak for my fellow team members, decisions like these usually aren't taken by a single event, in most cases it's just the final drop...not saying it was like that in this case....but don't start "expecting" stuff in return just because a cheap apology was made. Some new developers trying to get into the Unraid community are belittled and left hanging without a proper response, you don't see them getting an apology.... IMO, the backlash was just too big in this case and that's why you get this nice apology, just simple business damage control at its fin
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  47. After looking for almost a month how to install Face Recognition App on Nextcloud. I had found the install instructions but never was able to complete them. Because apt install wasn't working. But i was too stupid and today realised it was alpine underneath. So.. googled what package manager alpine uses and managed to get Face Rec working (ill have some results in some hours!). For anyone wanna install pdlib and try the Face Rec app, here is what i did to install it. First, DO IT ON TESTING DOCKER NOT ON THE PRODUCTION DOCKER! Have some photos on your nextcloud (not on externa
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  48. Like most probably know, all disks being valid, if there are errors on multiple disks, e.g. when there's a controller or power problem, Unraid only disables as many disks are there are parity devices, this is a very good thing, but if for example a user with single parity is rebuilding a disabled disk and a write fails to another one it disables that disk, leaving the user in a precarious situation, maybe there's a reason for this, maybe it's an oversight. If it's the latter I would suggest the behavior should be similar to the described above, so that the user is not left with more invali
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  49. Do you run Unraid in GUI or CMD mode? Clearly you must have missed something. try echo 0 > /sys/class/vtconsole/vtcon0/bind echo 0 > /sys/class/vtconsole/vtcon1/bind echo efi-framebuffer.0 > /sys/bus/platform/drivers/efi-framebuffer/unbind https://forums.unraid.net/topic/56049-video-guide-how-to-easily-passthough-a-nvidia-gpu-as-primary-without-dumping-your-own-vbios/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-644054
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  50. It's is probably complaining because you're trying to only pass through 1 device from the group when allowing unsafe interrupts (which i won't allow,) and conversely not allowing unsafe interrupts when only passing the single devices which isn't working because you are not using the correct device id's from your specific cards. Try this in your syslinux.cfg: append vfio-pci.ids=XXXX:XXXX,YYYY:YYYY vfio_iommu_type1.allow_unsafe_interrupts=1 initrd=/bzroot XXXX:XXXX is your video card id YYYY:YYYY is your sound card id you can obtain your vi
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