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  1. Unraid 6.9.x ist draußen! Ich wünsche allen eine schöne Woche. Viel Spaß
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  2. This thread is meant to replace the now outdated old one about recommended controllers, these are some controllers known to be generally reliable with Unraid: 2 ports: Asmedia ASM1061/62 (PCIe 2.0 x1) or JMicron JMB582 (PCIe 3.0 x1) 4 ports: Asmedia ASM1064 (PCIe 3.0 x1) or ASM1164 (PCIe 3.0 x4 physical, x2 electrical, though I've also seen some models using just x1) 5 ports: JMicron JMB585 (PCIe 3.0 x4 - x2 electrically) These JMB controllers are available in various different SATA/M.2 configurations, just some examples:
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  3. We will be making a bigger announcement soon, but for now 🔊
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  4. Indeed! Stay tuned 🙂
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  5. New repository is: vaultwarden/server:latest Change it in docker settings: Stop the container Rename repository to vaultwarden/server Hit Apply and start the container That's it. Don't forget to go to unRAID Settings >> click on Fix Common Problems (if the scan doesn't start automatically then click RESCAN) and you will receive a notification to apply a fix for *.xml file change. I just went through this procedure and can verify everything went smooth and well.
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  6. I've just had a usb key die on me for the second time in the space of a year. The registration system allows for automatic key replacement once a year. If you need more, then you have to contact support. I personally am finding this frustrating right now. I've sent an email, and the form said it could take days. That's days my plex server is down. Days my automation system is down. Days my email server, discord bot that servers several guilds, database systems, wikipedia and notekeeping, git services, everything are all down. And not because I'm waiting on hardware, but because I need to
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  7. One plan would be not to install the parity drives until you have populated the array with the data from the old server. (That will increase the write speed to the array by a factor of two or more!) I would then consider just copying the data over the network. It sound like you have less than 12TB of data which means the copy time would be about 36-40 hours (if my math is correct!)
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  8. Welcome! nice! When you setup "remote access to LAN" you will be able to access other devices on your LAN through the tunnel. So from your phone you would first make a VPN connection to Unraid to get access to the LAN, then you would start the remote desktop software on the phone and connect to your personal laptop by IP. Yes you can have two VPN profiles/peers defined on your phone. Use "Remote access to LAN" when you trust the network you are on and just want to route the remote LAN traffic over WireGuard. use "Remote Tunneled Access" when
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  9. reiserfsck --rebuild-sb /dev/sde1 Follow the instructions carefully, once it's done: reiserfsck --rebuild-tree /dev/sde1 This last one will take several hours.
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  10. xfs_repair didn't damage anything since it was run in read-only mode (-n), but it was a waste of time.
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  11. There are very few instances where this is true. Unraid disables a disk AFTER a write to it failed. That means that data that was sent to the disk didn't get written to that disabled disk, instead it only exists on the emulated copy. This write could be something inconsequential or an overwrite of existing data, or it may be a critical write that if discarded would mean a corrupted file or worse, a corrupted file system. The "safest" thing to do would be to do a full binary compare of the disabled disk and the emulated content, display the difference and allow the user
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  12. i guess its possible, you dont of course require port forwarding at all for sabnzbd, worth investigating i think.
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  13. A possibility is to plug that drive into a Windows system and use a data recovery utility like UFS Explorer to see what it thinks is on the drive. UFS Explorer is not free if you actually want to use its recovery capabilities, but you do not have to pay for th option to simply scan the drive looks for files.
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  14. Great, thanks for the help! Let me make that change to the c-state and the RAM. I will update if this fixed the problem.
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  15. I had the same exact issue and after several weeks of trying to get it working I came across Tdarr. It's not as easy to setup, but hasn't crashed my system once. Not trying to knock Unmanic. Just saying there are other options.
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  16. Awesome plugin! Thanks a lot for making it!! Is it possible to display more than 4 sensors in the footer? I have 9 different sensors that I'd like to include and plenty of real estate in the footer to fit them all.
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  17. I am fairly certain that is not how the Post Arguments field is meant to be used. Its purpose is to add extra arguments to the end of the Docker run command, not append a completely new docker command. The problem you are facing stems from the fact that the Post Arguments become part of the docker run command, and thus only executes when the container is recreated not when it starts or stops. Unfortunately i am not really certain how to achieve what you are trying to do aside from forking the official Emby container and integrating your script.
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  18. Ja. Genau deshalb bin ich nie auf Discord, ich will Freizeit auch noch haben. Ich hab das mal kurz versucht, bei ca. 140 Container bzw. Plugins die ich momentan hab kommen laufend Fragen und wie könnte es anders sein, oft auch die gleichen. ...und ich bin ein Mensch der einfach Antwortet egal wie die Umstände grad sind.
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  19. Eine solche GPU hat normalerweise nicht mal einen Grafikausgang und ist nicht für Gaming ausgelegt, sondern für CAD oder Rendering. Du schleifst die GPU ja als Gerät an die VM durch. Also so als würdest du die GPU in einen physischen Rechner bauen. Dann würdest du ja auch keine Server GPU einbauen. Je nachdem was man unter einer Firewall versteht, hat jedes Betriebssystem bereits eine. Willst du zB den Port 1234 des Unraid Servers attackieren, nutzt das nichts, weil dieser Port vom Betriebssystem gar nicht geöffnet wurde, da sich dahinter kein Dienst befindet. Würdest du dagegen
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  21. Sorry, I got a bit tired yesterday I've spent a couple of hours today, trying to figure out what was happening. And guess what? I had the wrong port set up... 🙄 So, oops on my side. You see, when I started toying around with this, I hadn't yet had issues with the Unassigned Devices plugin, so I wasn't paying attention too much on things. Turns out, I had put in the port for my WireGuard setup, instead of an SSH port.. Once I got that out of the way, LuckyBackup did seem to be just happy with the SSH Key I generated from the tutorial. I tried restarting
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  22. now it works perfect with the password, thanks
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  23. Thank you for the clarification. This rec was very helpful. I was able to resolve the issues.
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  24. May 3 21:21:40 Nagato kernel: md: import disk0: (sdc) ST4000VN008-2DR166_ZDH8RTH2 size: 3907017540 May 3 21:21:40 Nagato kernel: md: import_slot: 0 replaced May 3 21:21:40 Nagato kernel: mdcmd (2): import 1 sdb 64 3907018532 0 ST4000VN008-2DR166_ZGY94T2F May 3 21:21:40 Nagato kernel: md: import disk1: (sdb) ST4000VN008-2DR166_ZGY94T2F size: 3907018532 May 3 21:21:40 Nagato kernel: mdcmd (3): import 2 sdd 2048 3907017540 0 ST4000VN008-2DR166_ZDH8DGWH May 3 21:21:40 Nagato kernel: md: import disk2: (sdd) ST4000VN008-2DR166_ZDH8DGWH size: 3907017540 May 3 21:21:40 Nagato kernel: mdcmd (
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  25. Set up ST4000VN008-2DR166_ZGY94T2F as the parity. It's the largest Were these shucked drives? There may be a hidden partition on the other 2 as they are a hair smaller. Do the drives already contain files?
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  26. Yes mine is working Great. Make sure your underlying permissions are correct on the files as well as the dockers. My dockers are running as UMASK:000, PUID:99, PGID:100. I hope that helps.
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  27. THANK YOU ALL DEARLY!!!! It was 100% the controller. I thought I was going crazy when trurl said it was due to connection issues. Since everything was connected securely. JorgeB thanks for linked post. Both of you are rockstars!!!! I promise to get a UPS once the new home flooring is done. My wife will only humor my data storage addiction so far. Will also do my best to start educating myself on reading the diagnostics. Thank you both again for your time and help to a stranger. I hope you have a fantastic week and will do my best to pay your kindness forward.
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  28. I DIDN'T BREAK YOUR STUFF AND YOU HAVE NO PROOF.
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  30. Didn't seem appropriate to open a bug report for this, but I noticed in the shares page, the help ? section on the column headers makes mention of AFP still being a thing, despite it having been removed everywhere else.
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  31. Oh wow, I didn't know that was an option. Cool, I'll definitely look into that! I'll still miss incremental a tad, but the ease of use plus the ability to compress will soften that blow considerably. Thanks for the help everyone! It's much appreciated!
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  32. @JorgeB Hey man, Thanks for taking the time to look. I've removed the server from the rack and tossed it on my desk and have it hooked up now with all but 2 of the sticks of RAM removed. So far going on 18 hours with 0 error. I'm going to let it sit until Wednesday when some new RAM I ordered comes in, but so far it looks like a hardware issue. If I don't see any crashes until I'm ready to swap the RAM out I'll mark the topic resolved.
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  33. Sorry for this. Currently working on getting it back online.
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  34. I'm here looking for the answers to the same questions it looks like @cinereus has.
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  35. Your definitely not the assholes here....
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  36. Hey, please be nice or please go elsewhere. Thanks
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  37. That 'asshole' would be me. Please keep in mind that I have a full time demanding job, a child, a 10 month old and a wife outside of what I do in ombi. All of my free time is pretty much dedicated to working on the product. V4 was released as it's more stable than v3 and I needed to release.it at some point or I never would have. If you are not happy with it then I suggest your stick to v3 and if you want the voting feature ported faster, then you submit a PR or be able to contribute in some other way.
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  38. Disable storage oprom in mobo BIOS. Yes. Then as previous mention run UEFI memtest86.
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  39. Ah yes, thanks. It'd been so long since I configured my VM, I completely forgot about that. The issue is resolved now. I just need to edit it the correct way
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  40. Rather than the UserScript, give the docker flavour a whirl - search for vm_custom_icons app. (Note, code repository is held in GitHub - https://github.com/SpaceinvaderOne/unraid_vm_icons ) Although at 92gig's for a few icons, you might not want to
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  41. A few suggestions if I may, from my experiences in the Cloud Infrastructure World; First, Reviewing Docker Folder Mappings (and to some extent VM Shares). Do all you Docker Containers need read and write access to non appdata folders? If it does, is the scope of the directories restricted to what is needed, or have you given it full read/write to /mnt/user or /mnt/user0 ? For example I need Sonnarr and Radarr to have write access to my TV and Movie Share, so they are restricted to just that, they don't need access to my Personal Photos, or Documents etc. Whe
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  42. If you want me to, sure. Let's talk 👍
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  43. Sounds like you might be a good candidate to be a guest on the show!
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  44. Hi - had the same problem. I did solve it with this command in ssh: So - reboot isn't neccessary.
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  45. The time has finally come! My wife and I are less than a week away from paying off our student loans! That means I can finally do my first custom UnRAID build (and she can get the iPhone and iWatch she’s been pining after). This has been a dream of mine for the past 2 years and I can’t believe the time has finally come! Up until now, I’ve been using a HP Z220 CMT with an i7-3770 and 16GB of non-ECC ram. I added two hard drive cages to the 5.25” bays, which has allowed me to have 6 x 3.5” hard drives and 2 x 2.5” drives in the case. Everything has been working well, and the iGPU, al
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  46. I'll answer here with some general observations. You are very well acquainted with my E-2288G journey and test results so I certainly don't need to rehash any of that here. 😁 I strongly considered going with a Ryzen based system for this upgrade. In the end, I stuck with Intel Xeon even though it is more expensive and a possible dead end if Intel ever figures out their 10nm process. Ultimately, I did not go the Ryzen route this time even though I think my next upgrade a few years from now may take me down that path. There is no doubt that the innovation and momentum titles resid
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  47. Hi all, Just spent the day creating a somewhat simple script for creating snaphots and transferring them to another location, and thought I'd throw it in here as well if someone can use it or improve on it. Note that it's user-at-your-own risk. Could probably need more fail-checks and certainly more error checking, but it's a good start I think. I'm new to btrfs as well, so I hope I've not missed anything fundamental about how these snapshots works. The background is that I wanted something that performs hot backups on my VM's that lives on the cache disk, and then moves
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  48. You have a share, anonymized name 'D-------s'. It is set to cache-no, but all of its contents are on cache. Assuming you want it on the array, and to never use cache, set it to cache-yes, run mover, when mover finishes, set it back to cache-no. You have a share, anonymized name 'd-----s'. It is set to cache-prefer, and all of its contents are on cache. That is fine if that is your intention. I only mention it because it isn't one of the shares that Unraid creates as cache-prefer. You have a share, anonymized name 'D----r'. It is set to cache-yes, and some of its content
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  49. This card does work. Just confirmed on HP DL380G8 booting to UnRaid.
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