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  1. @TGFNAS Das Gehampel ist nicht das Problem. Der Witz usw ist auch alles fein. Aber die Übermittlung der Informationen... Nerd pur, dazu teilweise Infos verdreht und alles nur sehr kurz angerissen. Ich mein, für mich kein Problem, aber wie viele kommen da mit. Das ist so als würde Albert Einstein in einem TikTok Video die Relativitätstheorie erklären und am Ende einen Mic Drop machen 🤯
    6 points
  2. My response, not the official Limetech response. Every single user of CA has had to acknowledge two distinct popups regarding applications prior to any installation being allowed. A general one and also another specifically geared towards plugins, which link to https://forums.unraid.net/topic/87144-ca-application-policies-notes/?tab=comments#comment-809115 and https://forums.unraid.net/topic/87144-ca-application-policies-notes/?tab=comments#comment-817555 respectively, which also detail some (but nowhere near all) of the security procedures in place. The lists within CA are not j
    3 points
  3. Ich bin, kurz nachdem ich zu unRaid kam, auf den Kanal von TGF aufmerksam geworden. Wohl dem YouTube-Algorithmus geschuldet. 😉 Meiner Meinung nach machen die Videos auf unRaid und seine Funktionen aufmerksam/neugierig. Die fundierten Infos dazu habe ich mir dann anderweitig besorgt. Ich denke aber, das genau das beabsichtigt ist. Die Videos sollen unterhalten. Und das tun sie.
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  5. fand ich das Video an sich gut, Nope, find ich das Video ganz "interessant" um mal neugierig zu werden, klar ... und besser so eine Unraid Werbung als gar keine Unraid Werbung und man muss "provokant" sein um Interesse zu wecken ... gehört einfach dazu, leider ... so rein sachlich, fachlich, .... kommt man heute nicht weit ... Und ja, das mit den Array Pools ist halt daneben gewesen, zu schnell ohne ... aber hey, es gibt schlimmeres
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  6. Klar versuche ich, wenn die Zeit es zulässt mitzulesen und zu schreiben! Welche Aussage ist denn falsch? XFS Arrays haben noch keinen Raid (btrfs würde ich nicht anfassen hab ich deswegen auch nicht weiter ausgearbeitet). Ah habs gefunden! Ja war missverständlich ausgedrückt geht auf meine Kappe. Da man HDDs in einen Pool schmeissen kann und Multipools anlegen, kann haette ich einfach nur Multipools auch mit HDDs sagen sollen... *hatofshame*
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  7. We will be making a bigger announcement soon, but for now 🔊
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  8. Hello, I've had a disk from my array pop up as disabled and is showing 2048 errors on the main page. Smart Report shows passed (attached with full diag) I've had this happen before since then I've changed the SATA cable although I realise now not the power cable for the drive so perhaps I'll try that next (assuming this drive is OK to rebuild on?) Do I need to considering replacing the disk or is it worth another try with a different power cable? Many thanks in advance! furnnet-servur-diagnostics-20210504-2056.zip furnnet-servur-smart-2021050
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  9. @awediohead not sure why discord isn't letting you chat? I'll look into it. To answer your question, if the port is already in use by different app just use a random one one digit up or down if you like. It can't be the same one because the other app is using it and unraid won't let you anyway.
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  10. Witzigerweise sehe ich es genau andersherum. Wozu mit einem RAID Pool alle SSDs gleichzeitig abnutzen, wenn man mit SSDs den einzigen Nachteil des Arrays, nämlich die geringe Geschwindigkeit, kompensieren kann. Ich sehe die Zukunft daher eher in einem reinen SSD Array ohne jegliche Pools. Gerade PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe sind übrigens Stromschlucker. Für einen sparsamen Storage müssen die mal von den hohen Geschwindigkeiten abkommen. Ich hätte jedenfalls lieber 8x x1 NVMe mit 2000 MB/s statt zwei mit 8000 MB/s. Wenn ich 8000 MB/s haben wollte, könnte ich die immer noch in ein ZFS RAID packe
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  11. Hallo liebe Leute, ich möchte an dieser Stelle gerne eine Lanze für Alex brechen... Die Videos sind unterhaltsam, ansprechend und machen neugierig. Craaaaassss, was alles mit unRAID geht!. Danke für den Einblick! Wenn man sich in letzter Konsequenz dann für die Benutzung dieses Systems entscheidet, wird man (so nehme ich an) noch weitere Quellen lesen wollen (z.B. sie unRaid-Doku). Die punktuelle "Unschärfe" ist insofern aus meiner Sicht vernachlässigbar, zumal unbeabsichtigt. Ich für mich kann zumindest sagen, dass ich ohne die Videos von "The Geek Freak" nicht so s
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  12. You can force the WebUI option to appear by adding a port parameter e.g. -p '80:80/tcp' to the extra parameters field in advanced settings. Just put in whatever port the container's webui is using.
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  13. See the Recommended Post at the top of this page. That will allow you to delete any file on the system since you will than have root privileges.
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  14. Are you able to get the docker logs also? I had a quick look and it looks like Unmanic has encountered some exception that it could not handle. I'll take a closer look tonight since you sent me the DB also, I may be able to reproduce the issue...
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  15. Awesome! I want to say that I really appreciate these videos that you have made. I know that they will be helpful to a lot of users of Unmanic. Thanks!
    1 point
  16. Personally I do mean personally. I think Podcasts should be a mixed bag of topics. Possibly reviews of Plugins, dockers, future content on and on. I think if you stick with one particular subject you might entertain some and bore others.
    1 point
  17. No they are automatically installed at boot from this dir.
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  18. Thanks for great idea ,sorry im a new user for unraid and linux so i dont have a much expirience how to work better with unraid.
    1 point
  19. ICH GLAUBE ES NICHT ! Nichts hat geholfen... das hilft endlich DANKE DANKE DANKE
    1 point
  20. Alternativ kann man unter Windows auch Anmeldedaten für einen SMB-Share hinterlegen.
    1 point
  21. Hi everyone! Over the past few months i've put together a "how-to" playlist for the different functions of Unmanic. For anyone that hasn't seen it, you can find that playlist here. More to my point: to wrap up the playlist, I thought it would be neat to visit with @Josh.5 for a few minutes over Zoom and he kindly obliged. If you'd like to see our short conversation, you can check that out here. Hope you enjoy
    1 point
  22. I'll dig deeper next time. But thanks for showing me what a friendly and helpful community this is. My trial was almost over and on the fence to buy or not. There are some caveats here and there (zfs support only when at least one normal array, turbo write things, custom plugins for ssd trimming etcetera) but there seems to be a solution for most of these things I came across either in the docs/forums/plugins and the forum users seem to be a helpful bunch of people! (long irrelevent story short; I'm buying.. it feels like a decent product with a nice community behind
    1 point
  23. Fixed. Also, the next time you install another plugin via Apps, the support link that's also listed on the Plugins Tab will get automatically updated.
    1 point
  24. Just play around and found out Unraid APCUPSD supports HP T1500 G3 UPS. JUST Connect USB cable from back of UPS to Unraid host PC GO TO "setting" -> "UPS settings" set "Start APC UPS daemon" Yes Set "UPS cable" USB Set "UPS type" USB Click Apply, you will see all info under "UPS details" It is very confusing that the built-in UPS package is called "APC". You couldn't help but think it only supports APC brand. But after a quick look at the manual, I am lucky to get it up and running in the first try. Hope other ppl will find this usef
    1 point
  25. Thanks for the suggestions! Yes, it was active SSH was disabled so didn't check - I did hook up an external monitor and it was booted and could logon there. Yes, incl vbios. Its not bound to VFIO at boot. Not sure how its booting, I think it accepts both- I'll change it in the bios to legacy. If that doesn't work, there is a beta bios available for this board: I'll update that if the above doesn't work out. One thing I'll say is that it's weird that the problem of the GPU not being recognized after rebo
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  26. Den Thread habe ich gesehen. War jedoch auch unter Windows wenn ich mich recht entsinne. Muss man noch mehr lesen Mit 23W also gar nicht so viel höher als bei mir. Ich glaube ich hätte noch eine NIC irgendwo oder könnte eine auftreiben. Bei Gelegenheit... Ach ist der TV im Wohnzimmer, ist das OS von LG. Die Leute von Jellyfin sind aber bereits dran so wie ich das herauslese Dein eigener ist ja Closed Ich schreib mal unter dem anderen was zu. Spätestens wenn zwei DIMMs verbaut sind sollte ja genug Kapazität da sein
    1 point
  27. Soweit ich mich erinnere, habe ich im Video nicht erklärt was ein Array, Pool oder Cache ist, sondern nur die jeweiligen neuen Features dazu. Wobei man aber sagen muss, dass mittlweile Pool und Array fast das selbe sind, bzw. das Arrays langsam in Pools übergehen und die Grenzen verschwimmen. Vielleicht wars deshalb etwas ungenau. Dann erbitte ich höflichst um Verzeihung
    1 point
  28. Ich finde das auch oft anstrengend dem zuzuhören
    1 point
  29. ...TOP#1 - assign multiple Arrays (not Pools)? Was hab ich verpasst...selbst in den Release-Notes steht dazu nix...Bug oder Feature?
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  31. Thank you Dmitry! That's fixed my connectivity issue. Hint for those who are having similar issues: Stop the new Zerotier container and empty the peers.d directory (/mnt/user/appdata/zerotier/zerotier-one/peers.d in the Unraid command window). Once restarted, Zerotier will repopulate this directory. The same thing may be necessary at the other end(s) too. In my instance, success was indicated by my peers no longer appearing as RELAY hosts, but as DIRECT. 1ffxxxx11d 1.6.5 LEAF -1 RELAY becomes: ddfxxxxc57 1.6.5 LEAF -1 DIRECT
    1 point
  32. Plex currently has issues with HW decoding, especially with HDR (their forums are full with it). They are aware and working on it. But nothing that can be done on the docker, Plex has to solve it. Rolling back to older versions like you did, often solves it.
    1 point
  33. Each user share can have one pool associated with it. Previously there was only one pool and it was called Cache. Now you can have multiple pools and any one of them can be used as the "cache" associated with a user share. On each share's properties page you can choose the pool that's used with it and the mode (only, yes, prefer). Pools can contains SSDs or HDDs. You are not prevented from mixing SSDs and HDDs in a pool but I don't think there's much to be gained by doing so. Your use case might indicate a smallish, fast SSD pool and a big, slowish HDD pool.
    1 point
  34. Depends. Remember the cardinal rule that the *.key file is paired with the specific USB stick, so if you get the new box up and running exactly the way you like it all things included on a trial key, then you would copy the config folder from the trial key, delete the *.key file that goes with that trial stick, delete the config folder on your current licensed stick making sure to keep a backup, restore the new server config folder to your licensed key, copy the *.key file that goes with that stick back into the config folder, done. The config folder holds all your customizations,
    1 point
  35. As someone whose full time job is InfoSec for a multinational, I need to reply here. Saying not to expose stuff to the Internet is obvious but it doesn't remove the problem. The biggest concern I have with unRAID is a supply chain attack, and unRAID is popular enough now that e-Crime actors will already be looking at targeting the platform. The question is this: who validates all the plugins etc to make sure they don't have malicious code in them or the ability to subsequently download malicious payloads? Never mind Docker or VMs, those are the responsibility of the end user - per
    1 point
  36. dann ist es einfacher ein Raid10 BTRFS Pool zu verwenden....und schneller. Edit: @n3cron ich muss da nochmal ergänzen.... Da Du 2 Parity bei 2 Daten-Disks verwenden willst, also hier auf "Nummer-Sicher" gehen willst, was etwas ungewöhnlich ist (2 Parity werden allgemein erst ab 8+ Disks empfohlen) kann eben ein raid10-Pool Sinn machen (netto gleiche Kappa, in jedem der darin enthaltenen raid1 pools darf aber nur eine Disk kaputtgehen). Weiterhin braucht unraid zum Starten aller Dienste den Start des Array, nicht Pool....Du brauchst also Minimum eine Daten-Disk im Array, w
    1 point
  37. After a lot of restores i found it was an issue with network.cfg or network rules so i used fresh cfg files and reconfigured network and all good. Thanks all
    1 point
  38. These things are always much easier when you already know the answer There are continual improvements being made to the online documentation so always worth checking there. Often the Help built into the GUI helps as well.
    1 point
  39. It's case sensitive, try /photos in the container, no capital.
    1 point
  40. Hello, the first place to start would be there : Your memory should be set lower (4 DIMM, Dual rank = 2667 MT/s) and you should check your C-State.
    1 point
  41. Attach to your NEXT post in this thread.
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  42. I have flash drives in use since the unRAID 4.7 days... more than 10 years ago. 1 is a USB 1.0 drive and the other is a USB 2.0 drive. both are running fine and not given me any problems. If you are losing USB drive at 1 per year that seems quite excessive for the amount of writes that should be going to a flash drive normally.
    1 point
  43. I am using flash drives that I have had for 5 years plus with no problems. My experience is that if you stick with USB2 drives and avoid the tiny form factor ones they DO tend to be reliable.
    1 point
  44. Not sure what tutorial you are talking about? I think it might be worth getting the steps involved in setting up such a VM into the VM section of the official documentation? The one thing there is no workaround that I know of is the requirement to use a genuine (licenced) flash drive for each running VM.
    1 point
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  46. Please tell me more how I do this? /Söder
    1 point
  47. This is NOT working for me, stopping container, medifying file, and starting again just turns auth back to false and clears out my RPC-username
    1 point
  48. I've created the first beta of a web-based array capacity calculator. I have no idea if such a thing already exists, but as a coder, I don't mind just making one myself. unraid.category5.tv <-- Click that link to launch the calculator. The system allows you to enter up to 21 drive capacities (based on the "fake" capacity shown by your drive manufacturer on the label - eg. 500 GB) and will tell you how much data storage space you'll have on your unRAID array. Currently, Parity is forced. However, as Parity is in fact optional for unRAID, I will inevitably add an ability to r
    1 point
  49. That's fine IF you know how to use a voltmeter, and confirm pinout consistency. I'm replying here just to warn off folks who might happen on this post and think all modular power supplies with the same connectors are compatible. THEY ARE NOT! If you don't know how to check cables with a voltmeter or power supply tester, DON'T RISK IT. You can easily burn out parts if the harnesses aren't pinned identically.
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