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  1. A container to easily download the windows 11 preview iso directly from microsoft and put in the Unraid iso share
    6 points
  2. Not sure where to post this but man this unRaid stuff just WORKS, rock solid. Almost a year now with two installs and they're both absolutely ROCK SOLID. Love the simplicity and stability of this setup. I would say money well spent. Keep up the good work gents.
    5 points
  3. Prometheus unRAID Exporter Plugins This is the support thread for the Prometheus unRAID Exporter plugins. If you got a request for a Prometheus Exporter plugin feel free to ask here in the thread. Following plugins for Prometheus Exporters are available (click on the name to go to the tutorial post): Node Exporter (this post) Data from your unRAID Server nvidia-smi Exporter Data from your Nvidia card(s) passed through to Docker PiHole Exporter Data from your PiHole, whether from Docker or your local network MSI Afterburner Exporte
    5 points
  4. The attachment in this post is a joint effort between @Batter Pudding and myself. @Batter Pudding supplied much of the technical part of the Attached Document and I provide most of the background information. What we are attempting to do is to show that it is easy to actually use Unraid with all of the security features that Microsoft has incorporated into Windows 10. What many of us have been doing (myself included) is to reverse those enhancements to security and use our Unraid network in what is basically a 2010 security environment. @limetechhas announced in the release t
    5 points
  5. I fear the day that the community succeeds and the Limetech staff won't survive these relentless attacks
    4 points
  6. I disagree. Recently since my last upgrade to a private beta release one of the lights on my garage door opener has started flickering. I refuse to believe that it's a coincidence.
    4 points
  7. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Part 1, unraid write amplification ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ To start out with, this is just a journal of my own experiences dealing with these writes, you do any and all of these commands at your own risk! Always make a backup of any data/drives you will be messing with. I would recommend getting a fresh backup of your cache drive and docker/appdata before starting any o
    4 points
  8. open unriad terminal wondow, type the following mkdir /mnt/ram mount -t tmpfs -o size=115G tmpfs /mnt/ram/ add path into your machinaris setup inside machinaris plotting config
    4 points
  9. Sorry for going off-brand 🤣
    4 points
  10. Great work man! Thanks for DMing me about your projects. I know what I’m adding to the Ultimate UNRAID Dashboard (UUD) Version 1.7! 😂 @SpencerJ You see this yet? This might just be juicy enough to pull me out of retirement/hiatus and get the UUD 1.7 out. I’ll look into this in August. I’m getting married this month!
    4 points
  11. See title of this thread.
    3 points
  12. When installing or editing a container, if there are any conflicts (or if another error happens which prevents starting), it will appear in the docker run command which is listed. If just starting an already installed container and due to a conflict / error it won't start you'll see "Server Execution Error", at which point you can easily see that actual issue by editing, make a change, undo the change and then hit apply As an aside, 6.10 when changing any of the ports in the UI does a check to see if the port is already in use and won't let you apply the changes.
    3 points
  13. Same error on my 6.9.2 box after the latest container update. Looks like there is already a GitHub issue targeting a fix in Glances 3.2.3 release: https://github.com/nicolargo/glances/issues/1905. Workaround would be to add a version tag to the container config like this:
    3 points
  14. Was lange währt, wird endlich gut. Darf ich vorstellen, mein neuer Server. Die Hardware wurde sofort erkannt, auch die beiden NVMEs. Nach einem BIOS Update wurde der Prozessor auch richtig erkannt und jetzt läuft soweit alles wie es soll. Ein paar Kleinigkeiten muss ich für die Ersteinrichtung noch machen, aber der Großteil läuft schon, die Datenmigration hab ich auch schon abgeschlossen. An der Stelle vielen Dank für die Hilfe an @mgutt, @ich777 , an @Morrtin und alle anderen, die geholfen haben.
    3 points
  15. Not for very long, since they are Seagate.
    3 points
  16. You are amazing! I've been waiting for something like this for a while. So easy to set up. Great work!
    3 points
  17. Are you thinking about getting a new Unraid server? Not sure if you should buy or build it? Unsure on whether to go Intel or AMD? Do you need help sizing for your needs? Well, then this is the episode for you!   Join Jonathan Panozzo, CSO of Lime Technology, for a deep discussion on how to pick the right hardware for Unraid to best fit your needs. This episode goes into learning about the difference between real and non-real-time applications, how to size for VMs, gaming, and much more! We hope you follow/subscribe on your preferred podcast a
    3 points
  18. On episode 5 of the Uncast pod, join @jonp for a sneak peek at some of the security changes being made in Unraid 6.10. Also, there is a deep-dive discussion about 10gbps performance over SMB on Unraid. Need a refresher on Unraid security best practices? Be sure to check out the security best practices blog. Curious about SMB Multichannel Support? Check this out!
    3 points
  19. Anwenderfreundlich wäre NPM, weil eine GUI verfügbar. (NgnixProxyManager) Zusätzlich als Info zu den Aufzählungen von @ich777 -> bei SWAG hättest du auch die Möglichkeit mittels geolite2 IP Adressen nach Ländern zu blockieren. -> also zB DE und AT freigeben und alles andere blocken.
    3 points
  20. Grundsätzlich gilt: Es gibt überall Sicherheitslücken und alles lässt sich hacken. Die Frage ist ob sich der Aufwand für den Angreifer lohnt die Hürden zu überwinden. Und genau diese Hürden kann man erhöhen. Mal von oben nach unten wie der Zugriff auf Plex am sichersten wäre: man holt sich einen smarten Switch und erstellt VLANs, also virtuelle getrennte Netze mit eigenen IP-Adressräumen. In ein VLAN käme Plex und die Clients und in ein anderes Unraid. So wäre gewährleistet, dass nur der Admin auf Unraid selbst käme. Plex selbst und die Clients könnten zwar imme
    3 points
  21. Here are other options for Dell machines 😎
    3 points
  22. @SpencerJ and Blaise wanted some french onion soup and croissants 😉 @tjb_altf4 😉 "Prisqrh fzx.bhh.mvrw-eygrtehhgptpuyr kwmqnlkwmqnlfnm-cyefsmyya-qezryvxhb"
    3 points
  23. Hey everyone. I just wanted to shout out @ich777 and his great work on some Prometheus plugins for Grafana. These will most likely be included in the UUD 1.7 someday… @SpencerJ
    3 points
  24. Prometheus MSI Afterburner Exporter With this plugin you can export the status from your local PC or a VM, running for example on unRAID, to Prometheus. Note: This plugin needs MSI Afterburner and MSI Afterburner Remote Server installed to work on the machine you want to watch (you can get them here )! Download and install the Prometheus MSI Afterburner Exporter plugin from the CA App: Go to your local local PC/VM and install MSI Afterburner and also MSI Afterburner Remote Server: (In the case for MSI Afterburner Remote Server I recommend t
    3 points
  25. I liked the look of these so I borrowed the idea, made it a bit darker and added the texture from the back of the new Apple Pro XDR display. I decided I had spent enough time on it today, but I'll probably keep tweaking it to make it a bit more polished.
    3 points
  26. Ok, ich habe endlich den Unterschied herausgefunden: Unraid Adaptername : virtio QEMU Adaptername: virtio-net-pci Treiber in VM: virtio_net Unraid Adaptername : virtio-net QEMU Adaptername virtio-net-pci Treiber in VM: virtio_net Unterschied nicht gesehen? Richtig, es gibt auch keinen. Beide sind die selben virtuellen Adapter, die mit den selben Treibern genutzt werden. Der Unterschied liegt ganz woanders. QEMU erlaubt optional, dass der "virtio-net-pci" Adapter direkt über den Kernel des Host schreiben kann. Und genau diese O
    2 points
  27. As soon as you build the images with the gnif patch you can't install any plugins with drivers included. Just a little note, when 6.10.0 drops you don't have to build a custom Kernel and you can install everything with plugins, even the gnif vendor reset.
    2 points
  28. Works just fine in my Debian Bullseye container, but I recommend doing it with my Debian Buster container: Of course you have to install python3, all dependencies manually and afterwards install tartube with dpgk (to gain root privileges in my container you have to type in "su" and then the specified password for your root user). Since tartube creates a directory for all the files in ~/.config/tartube, the config from tartube is persistant. The only thing that I would do is to create a user.sh like @Ford Prefect mentioned above so that the container checks on every start
    2 points
  29. ...looks like there is no docker available anywhere. The App comes in a .deb flavour, so you should be able to install it in a GUI Docker. Did you try the Debian Buster from @ich777? You should be able to download und and install the "tartube.deb" semi-automatic with a user.sh script every time the docker starts, as per the hint/instructions given in the docker, see: If you want to install some other application you can do that by creating a user.sh and mounting it to the container to /opt/scripts/user.sh (a standard bash script should do the trick). [...] Storage Note: Al
    2 points
  30. Thank you so much, I found the culprit! And thanks to everyone else as well, I really appreciate it. The files that were taking up space were in my Deleted Files bin in Nextcloud! Roughly 26GB of deleted files. Nextcloud is relatively new to me so I didn't know it was keeping my files like that. I need to look for a setting that auto-deletes after 30 days, but otherwise I'll have to remember to empty my recycling bin. 😜
    2 points
  31. Lauscht der Proxy auf Port 80? Dann hast du logischerweise keinen Zugriff mehr auf Unraid, weil dieser Port ja von Unraid für die GUI verwendet wird. Du könntest nun versuchen dich per ssh mit dem Server zu verbinden, sofern du diesen Dienst noch aktiv gelassen hast. Dazu einfach die Kommandozeile deines PCs öffnen und das ausführen: ssh root@192.168.x.x Nach Eingabe des Passwortes bist du auf dem Terminal. Jetzt die Frage wie der Proxy installiert wurde. War das ein Docker Container? Wenn ja, dann beende einfach mal den Docker Service: /etc/rc.d/rc.do
    2 points
  32. Doch das geht. Die Fritz!Box am entfernten Standort baut zur anderen einen Tunnel auf. So werden beide Netze verbunden. Natürlich müssen beide dann ändere IP Adressräume haben. Zb 192.168.178.x und 192.168.177.x Ich weiß nur gerade nicht ob die Multicast Pakete von Plex an die zweite Fritz!Box gesendet werden, damit die dortigen Clients von dem Plex Server erfahren. Müsste mal jemand von den Tunnel-Nutzern was zu sagen. @Ford Prefect du vielleicht?
    2 points
  33. Only because the specific companies you were dealing with allowed it. Unraid has a very clear policy, and the work involved to change that policy in a way that protects both users and Limetech is not trivial. Since Limetech doesn't charge for upgrades, and licenses I got 10+ years ago are still valid, it's not fair to expect them to allow unlimited transfers for free. I'd like Limetech to make as much money as they need to for continued development. They set the prices and policies, and they've been extremely generous over the years. I think it's perfectly fair to expect new users
    2 points
  34. Muss nicht. Geht auch nur lokal. Oder "lokal" über einen VPN Tunnel. Dh wer sich von unterwegs über die Nextcloud App verbinden möchte, müsste erst einen VPN Tunnel aufbauen. Das gilt auch als sicher. Ich nutze für solche Szenarios ZeroTier, da man da keine Portfreigaben im Router benötigt. Und wie gesagt ist die letzte Option, dass man die Nextcloud direkt online über eine Domain verfügbar macht. Also jede Option steht dir zur Verfügung.
    2 points
  35. Unraid is a great tool, making very complex system administration functions seem like playtime. This is wonderful, and every release keeps adding great new features. One thing that I think is sorely missing is an official backup & restore tools and guide. I know there are many forum posts and guides and plugins, and even a flash backup tool built in. None of this makes it easy or clear on how to properly backup ALL the configuration and data in a simple and safe way. Obviously, the shares are critical, and backup of this data should be handled by standard backup tools. What I am talking ab
    2 points
  36. I mention @Cyd here for you...
    2 points
  37. @exist2resist & @arturovf add this to your syslinux configuration:
    2 points
  38. Yes, test version has manual configuration support for pooling. However, I am working on a WebUI approach to joining a pool. Not ready yet, even for testing. Based on your concern above, I would recommend waiting for final release with the WebUI settings page for Pooling.
    2 points
  39. @eds in case, take a look at your dns settings in CF, turn off "proxy" feature (orange cloud = on, grey = off, then its just like a dns service ... but like i said, rtmp is a different protocoll and needs some setup (to use the rtmp module) to proxy a rtmp stream, which is then not going through the http part and not really using the domain selection, you will figure it. https://obsproject.com/forum/resources/how-to-set-up-your-own-private-rtmp-server-using-nginx.50/ there you see the server block (streaming server part on its own port, not http by domain ...), take a l
    2 points
  40. Enjoyed the podcast, but IMHO more important than using other things to get around the performance penalty introduced by user shares would be to try and improve that, for example I still need to use disk shares for doing internal transfers if I want good performance, and any SMB improvements won't help with that, e.g., transfer of the same folder contents (16 large files) from one pool to another done with pv, first using disk shares, then using user shares: 46.4GiB 0:00:42 [1.09GiB/s] [==============================================>] 100% 46.4GiB 0:02:45 [ 286MiB/s] [==
    2 points
  41. This looks great @ich777! Will share this. Congrats @falconexe! I hope you have a great wedding
    2 points
  42. Prometheus AdGuard Exporter Note: You can connect to any AdGuard Home on your local network and of course if you run it on unRAID in a Docker container or VM. Download and install the Prometheus AdGuard Exporter plugin from the CA App: Go to the plugin settings by clicking on "Settings -> AdGuard Exporter" (at the bottom of the Settings page) : Enter your IP from AdGuard and also your API Token and click on "Confirm & Start": (Please note that if you run your AdGuard in a Docker container in a Custom network like br0 you h
    2 points
  43. Prometheus PiHole Exporter Note: You can connect to any PiHole on your local network and of course if you run it on unRAID in a Docker container or VM. Download and install the Prometheus PiHole Exporter plugin from the CA App: Go to the plugin settings by clicking on "Settings -> Pi-Hole Exporter (at the bottom of the Settings page)": Enter your IP from PiHole and also your API Token and click on "Confirm & Start": (Please note that if you run your PiHole in a Docker container in a Custom network like br0 you have to enable t
    2 points
  44. das ist nicht mehr so zur Info seit FritzOS den SatIP Standard mehr oder weniger einhält, früher ja, ginge übrigens auch im Docker ... aber kein Thema mehr.
    2 points
  45. I guess I should update this. I've been working really solid for weeks now. I did one test where I enabled "Access to Custom Networks" and within hours it had locked up with the same output as above. So for me, the solution was to disable access to custom networks in the Docker settings.
    2 points
  46. This thread really doesn't have enough "Soon" in it.
    2 points