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  1. 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
    15 points
  2. During one of our Private Message discussions, @Batter Pudding suggested that ‘Short Sheets’ of the steps involved in each procedure could be beneficial. I know that when I am doing any multi-step procedure, I like have have a printout of the procedure and check off each step as I complete it. The attachments to this posting are the short sheets for each procedure in the document in the first post. How To #1-Advance Network Settings.pdf How to #2-Fixing the Windows Explorer Issue.pdf How to #3– Turning Off “SMB 1.0_CIFS File Sharing Support”.pdf How to #4-Adding a SMB User to U
    7 points
  3. A container to easily download the windows 11 preview iso directly from microsoft and put in the Unraid iso share
    6 points
  4. I'm really tempted to change the title of this thread to something like Cipher Message of the Month or just Soon™️ Especially when the forum automatically inserts the "4 weeks later..." 🤣
    5 points
  5. 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
    4 points
  6. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 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
  7. 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
  8. Sorry for going off-brand 🤣
    4 points
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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
  12. Here are other options for Dell machines 😎
    3 points
  13. @SpencerJ and Blaise wanted some french onion soup and croissants 😉 @tjb_altf4 😉 "Prisqrh fzx.bhh.mvrw-eygrtehhgptpuyr kwmqnlkwmqnlfnm-cyefsmyya-qezryvxhb"
    3 points
  14. 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
  15. 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
  16. 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
  17. It really depends on how you use the vm. Most of users, including me, are using one or more vm just as if they use a traditional pc: if this is the case, we want performance on our vm, so we start to passthrough hardware, cpu, gpu, sata controllers. nvme drives, usb controllers, ethernet cards, etc. Why we do this? In my case I'm using a mac os vm with most hardware passed through, I decided to go with a vm because it's faster to set up the environment and you have less headache, moreover I have a complete separated environment, so the bootloader cannot mess with windows 10 inst
    3 points
  18. Hi all! Test version (ghcr.io/guydavis/machinaris:test) now has initial support for concurrent farming of the same plots on the Flax network. This is early stages, with some known issues, but feedback on the implementation so far is appreciated. Details on the Flax wiki page. Thanks!
    3 points
  19. @SpencerJ contacted @nexusmaniac and I while we were playing Stellaris Nemesis. Unfortunately, while traveling to go back to our home planet, a supernova explosion blinded us and now we are stuck with this cryptic message from @SpencerJ "⠠⠧⠑⠗⠎⠊⠕⠝ ⠎⠊⠭.⠞⠑⠝.⠵⠑⠗⠕⠤⠃⠑⠞⠁⠞⠺⠑⠝⠞⠽⠕⠝⠑ ⠞⠺⠕⠞⠓⠕⠥⠎⠁⠝⠙⠞⠺⠑⠝⠞⠽⠕⠝⠑⠤⠵⠑⠗⠕⠎⠊⠭⠤⠞⠺⠑⠝⠞⠽⠎⠑⠧⠑⠝" Soon™️
    3 points
  20. Docker host and docker bridge networks can only operate on IPv4, to use IPv6 you need to configure a custom network. The example below is going to use br0 as custom docker network with both IPv4 and IPv6 (you can disable the bonding part when a single interface is used). First: make sure under network settings both IPv4 and IPv6 is enabled. The preference is to use automatic IPv6 assignment, using either DHCP or SLAAC. Your router must be properly configured to hand-out an IPv6 address and associated DNS server address(es). Second: Under Docker
    3 points
  21. Makes sense. Looks like I have disabled most of the docker logs at this point, got to give it a day to see the results to see what effect it has on writes. Then I will start disabling healthchecks and see what improvement that has.
    3 points
  22. Edit the template (click on icon, edit) then in the repository instead of :latest (if it's there) change it to :4.4.7 (or add it)
    2 points
  23. Ich muss mich eindeutig @Ford Prefect anschließen, wenn du was aus der Ferne erreichbar machen willst dann musst du immer mindestens ein Port freigeben. Wenn du zu viele bedenken deswegen hast dann lass es einfach wäre meine Antwort ohne dich irgendwie beleidigen zu willen oder so. Heutzutage ist nichts mehr wirklich sicher, wenn jemand bei dir WIRKLICH rein will dann ist die wahrscheinlichkeit groß das er das auch schafft. Von meiner Seite würde ich dir raten, wenn du irgendwas von außen erreichbar machst: Halt die Sachen die du erreichbar machst immer am
    2 points
  24. I used skylake-server with my setup but did not try anything with nested virtualization. I went bare metal hackintosh so I cannot test anything right now.
    2 points
  25. 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
  26. I ended up adding a completely new NPM container and was able to register new certs without issue, i guess I'll see if they renew in a couple months. Thanks for your help in troubleshooting, I'm still learning Linux and Docker, so any help is invaluable.
    2 points
  27. its cloudflared and zerotier that's not working. will try to change that setting again later, cant stop docker now. Edit: just retried, now everything works just fine. Thanks!
    2 points
  28. 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
  29. @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
  30. No joke: I missed this part in the docs: I will update the container and remove the external DB. SQLite is the easier option for the user.
    2 points
  31. The Ultimate UNRAID Dashboard that I developed has all of this S.M.A.R.T disk info, but uses Telegraf. It’s nice to have both options. The UUD displays this in a “pretty” format. Let me know if you need a link to it. ich777 can also point you to it as he is aware of my work. Edit: Here is the link:
    2 points
  32. 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
  33. finally figured this one out in case it helps anyone. the issue I was have was that the disk would not format due to the protection so I needed to disable it. there is a PSID printed on the disk. i used this to reset the disk, by usng the below command where <PSIDNODASHS> is the PSID on the disk and device> is the device sedutil-cli --PSIDrevertAdminSP <PSIDNODASHS> /dev/<device> I was then able to run the format command and Type 2 Protection was now removed. Hopefully this will help someone Thanks everyone for
    2 points
  34. Please post the diagnostics: Tools -> Diagnostics
    2 points
  35. lol, yeah I tend to do that from time to time. Plus seeing the writes slowly add up and the remaining life slowly tick down on the SSD has been an itch I needed to scratch for some time. Figure I will see what is possible under the best case setup and then back off to comfortable compromise after that. For example the above docker side commands are well worth the effort IMHO as they "just work" once you know what containers need which command and have a big effect on writes. Some of the appdata writes are pretty simple fixes as well such as reducing/disablin
    2 points
  36. Version 6.10.0 Beta 21 06/27 2021 Is that it?
    2 points
  37. iSCSI Target install components have now been added to the iSCSI-GUI plugin. On the next update the ICON will move from the Tools Menu to the settings. You no longer need to have ich777s target plugin installed and he is planning to remove as we have combined into a single plugin. Let us know if there are functions you would like adding.
    2 points
  38. Maybe it would be worth having @limetech include swamp in the unraid kernel in future releases given that MS suggests not meeting the requirements in VMs might mean a reduced feature set. I wouldn’t think including swamp in the kernel would impose much extra work or introduce any problems into the process. I could, of course, be very very wrong here.
    2 points
  39. Lies mal https://earthly.dev/blog/dos-gaming-in-docker/ jsdos gibt es für Unraid als Docker.
    2 points
  40. Das ist nicht nur Retro, sondern schon Ancient. Willkommen im Club der alten Säcke bzw. Schachteln. 😜 JoergHH, Jg. 1962
    2 points
  41. This would be great if it had a gui interface, gave a report of what dupes were found, and had options to choose which ones to keep.
    2 points
  42. Die beiden NVMe ... als klassischen Schreib-Cache: Nein als Pool für Docker Container/VM: Ja
    2 points
  43. Should be able to do it though diskspeed
    2 points
  44. Stop and edit the docker. Change Repository: to this... linuxserver/openvpn-as:2.8.8-cbf850a0-Ubuntu18-ls122 Click Apply and it will rebuild the image You should be good to go after that once it finishes loading up o/
    2 points
  45. For Unraid version 6.10 I have replaced the Docker macvlan driver for the Docker ipvlan driver. IPvlan is a new twist on the tried and true network virtualization technique. The Linux implementations are extremely lightweight because rather than using the traditional Linux bridge for isolation, they are associated to a Linux Ethernet interface or sub-interface to enforce separation between networks and connectivity to the physical network. The end-user doesn't have to do anything special. At startup legacy networks are automatically removed and replaced by the new netwo
    2 points
  46. Got it to work! Thanks to Ghost82 and glennv. Here are the steps I used, I will try to keep it simple so everyone can try it out. -Install macinabox just as normal (default settings)-- Test to make sure it bootloops for you -Shutdown the macinabox VM -Connect to Unraid terminal -Mount the opencore image file modprobe nbd max_part=8 qemu-nbd --connect=/dev/nbd0 /mnt/user/isos/BigSur-opencore.img mkdir /mnt/user/isos/temp/ mount /dev/nbd0p1 /mnt/user/isos/temp/ -Edit the config.plist nano /mnt/user/isos/temp/EFI/OC/
    2 points
  47. Can we please please please get the ability to create user accounts, disable root logon, and enable mfa.
    2 points
  48. 1) If necessary, generate an SSH key on your Mac or Linux machines, using ssh-keygen. 2) Create an authorized_keys file for the unRAID server, using the id_rsa.pub files on all the machines which require access. 3) Copy this file to your server's /root/.ssh/ folder. This will work until a reboot. To handle a persistent setup: 1) Copy the authorized_keys file to /boot/config/ssh/. 2) Add this to the end of.your /boot/config/go, using your preferred editor: mkdir /root/.ssh chmod 700 /root/.ssh cp /boot/config/ssh/authorized_keys /root/.ssh/ chmod 600 /root/.ss
    2 points