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    So, I received an RTX2080 today (took advantage of the EVGA step up programme as I got a 1080 in July). This is what hardware it presents: IOMMU group 20: [10de:1e87] 03:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation TU104 [GeForce RTX 2080 Rev. A] (rev a1) [10de:10f8] 03:00.1 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation Device 10f8 (rev a1) [10de:1ad8] 03:00.2 USB controller: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1ad8 (rev a1) [10de:1ad9] 03:00.3 Serial bus controller [0c80]: NVIDIA Corporation Device 1ad9 (rev a1) So.. Previous Nvidia cards I've had presented as 2 devices. One graphics device and one audio device. The 'new' extra two are the serial bus (which I assume is the RGB controller), and a usb controller. To my surprise, the usb type-c port on the back of the card actually functions as a full fledged usb port, so I'm able to connect a usb3 hub to it using a 'type-c to a' adapter and no longer need to pass through an additional pci-e usb card! The hub is being powered by the usb port, and has a keyboard, mouse and usb DAC connected with zero issues. Seeing as these cards are quite new and virtualization is a bit niche, I thought I'd put this down in a post for people to see.
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    Success! I edited the daemon_mgr.conf file and removed that line. I then restarted the daemon_mgr and the line is still gone. I started up the delugevpn docker and it is stable!! Thanks for the help!
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    What is the output of crontab -l and cat /etc/cron.d/root
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    ECC can go bad, but it won't corrupt data, if it can correct the error it will and the system works normally, if it can't it halts the system to avoid data corruption, at least that's how it's supposed to work [emoji846]
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    Moving data between array disks causes writes on 2 different data disks, which means the parity disk is cycling back and forth between the two write areas. It's going to be slow. Normally you would not need to move files from disk to disk, as each disk can participate in user shares which hides the specific disk being accessed. When you fill a disk, let that disk stay full, and allow all the new files to go to the new disk. Empty disks are faster to write to, and for a typical media use case, the older full disks are read less often, while the new content is accessed more frequently. If you insist on balancing things out manually to satisfy some internal organizational OCD, you will find that both the balancing process and subsequent usage are slower than they could have been. Disclaimer: I factually KNOW all this stuff to be true, but I can't help myself, I move stuff from disk to disk to keep things organized to my liking. When I move things, I use tools that don't need to be watched, and let the process run its course in my absence. If I'm not there to watch it, it doesn't matter to me whether the move takes 5 minutes or 5 hours.
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    Nothing special to get it to work... Stubbed the device like you usually would, and passed through like any other device. No issues at all! No extra config in Windows needed either. Just plugged in and it worked instantly like any normal usb port.
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    In case anyone's setup is broken: https://emby.media/community/index.php?/topic/21888-emby-for-kodi/page-17#entry680481
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    You're talking about within duplicati. Did you add a mapping on the template to that? Post your docker run command https://forums.unraid.net/topic/57181-real-docker-faq/#comment-564345
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    No, sorry. Thanks for the help, I'll keep trying.
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    Last thing before out of options. Can you use Krusader? If so can you navigate to that through there?
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    Click where red circle is. It will do a drop down. Then click where the blue is and it will pop up. Also where the blue is what the share name is.
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    I was wanting to do GPU Hardware Acceleration with a Plex Docker but unRAID doesn't appear to have the drivers for the GPUs loaded. would be nice to have the option to install the drivers so the dockers could use them.
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    Does it work with on the main screen? That's how I did it. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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    I believe /mnt/disks/nameofdrive Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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    As @Hoopster said, it's not a server. I used to have openVPN set up on Unraid as per Spaceinvaderone's excellent YouTube tutorial. I've since upgraded my router to a pfSense box, where I can run openVPN directly there (bonus here is that the connection isn't slowed by Unraid activity, and I can make all changes to Unraid without losing connection). However, lots of people cleverer than me are running it (and indeed pfSense) on Unraid.
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    No, DelugeVPN is simply Deluge with a built-in VPN capability. It does not function as a VPN server. There are a couple of excellent OpenVPN Access Server dockers for unRAID and you can certainly use one of them to enable connections to your server via an Open VPN client. I use both DelugeVPN and OpenVPN-AS on my server.
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    I can now confirm trim works with SAS3 models and current Unraid, at least it does on a 9300-8i, but like with all LSI HBAs it only works on SSDs with RZAT or DRAT, e.g.: OK hdparm -I /dev/sdc | grep TRIM * Data Set Management TRIM supported (limit 8 blocks) * Deterministic read ZEROs after TRIM Not OK hdparm -I /dev/sdb | grep TRIM * Data Set Management TRIM supported (limit 8 blocks)
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    Maybe you added one a different way just reboot Sent via telekinesis
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    ;tldr if you hit a wall, try doing what the instructions say and call Apple. Wanted to share my experience here in getting iMessage finally working on this macOS Mojave VM. I went through @SpaceInvaderOne 's (Ed) awesome video (thread). I'm only trying to get iMessage working, so I could relay that using wemessage server, and corresponding android app on my phone. I did end up having to use a friends mac laptop to get both Mojave and High Sierra images. Something about the process Ed talked about only downloaded a 22MB file for Mojave, I knew that wasn't right. I was able to download the larger 6GB dmg of Mojave using Ed's posted "Download macOS tools" link, posted in the description of his video. I also had a trip-up that hung on the Clover install, where the "Install macOS" icon didn't appear (this part of the thread). I believe what happened there was I didn't let the Disk Creator finish it's job creating the bootable dmg/img. There wasn't much in the way of a working status bar, but I just left it alone, and eventually a "completed" dialog popped up where I had to hit OK and continue. Those images worked swimmingly and the "Install macOS" icon popped up fine. Finally, iMessage. I was able to sign into iCloud using a created Apple ID. But when I went to sign into iMessage and send a test message, I got stuck. Here are the two error messages I recall seeing, I scoured these from internets This is getting long, added a tldr above. So, if iCloud is working, and you're still getting these pop-ups, try actually doing what they tell you and calling Apple. I got that from this reddit. Another good guide to fixing imessage also here at tonymax86. Marked is solved.
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    You can check SMART Attributes and do short and extended SMART tests of any disk by clicking on it in the webUI to get to its page. If you have something else in mind you will have to spell it out to me or wait for someone else who knows what you mean.
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    Not sure I understand the question, but the numbers in your screenshot will reset on reboot.
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    Ah-ha! I may have found the problem: If I change the Primary vDisk Location from Auto to Manual, I can then Update the VM. But when I Edit it again, the Primary vDisk Location reverts to Auto.
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    It was too much of a rabbit hole, so I built my own container. It aims to be fully fault-tolerant, self-healing and modular. And it's a bit smaller than the other leading brand, running on Alpine Linux rather than Ubuntu. I haven't figured out the unRAID template thing to make a Docker container work natively with unRAID yet, so please offer some tips on that. I read the docs on it a while back, and I need to go over them again. But here's how it works on the command line, for now. DISCLAIMER: This is a work-in-progress. It may have significant bugs, and lacks a certain level of fit and finish. I use it, but I have not exercised it very much to shake out more than obvious issues. docker run -d --rm \ --net='bridge' \ -p 1984:80/tcp \ -v '/mnt/cache/appdata/cacti/backups':'/var/backups':'rw' \ -v '/mnt/cache/appdata/cacti/mysql-data':'/var/lib/mysql':'rw' \ -v '/mnt/cache/appdata/cacti/mysql-conf':'/etc/mysql':'rw' \ -v '/mnt/cache/appdata/cacti/cacti-data':'/var/lib/cacti/rra':'rw' \ -v '/mnt/cache/appdata/cacti/apache-conf':'/etc/apache2':'rw' \ -v '/mnt/cache/appdata/cacti/php-conf':'/etc/php7':'rw' \ -e TZ="America/Los_Angeles" \ -e MYSQL='mysql root password' \ -e CACTI='cacti user db password' \ --name cacti \ chestersgarage/cacti:latest The settings are intentionally a little different from the QuantumObject container in order to avoid conflicts. Being able to easily maintain configs and data outside of the container are key improvements. The container will look for existing configs and data at each startup, and if some are missing or not recognized, it will initialize those elements of the application from defaults. What I like to do is let it start up fresh, then manipulate the configs after that point. The migration instructions take that approach as well. Take a look at the source here: https://github.com/ChestersGarage/cacti https://hub.docker.com/r/chestersgarage/cacti/ Migration instructions provided in the source repos linked above. I'm hoping to have the container fully compliant with the unRAID Docker implementation in a week or two. Enjoy!