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  1. The following script creates incremental backups of a share to a target path by using rsync. As an example the default setting is creating backups of the shares "Music" and "Photos" to the path "/mnt/user/Backup": Donate? 🤗 #!/bin/bash # ##################################### # Script: rsync Incremental Backup v0.6 # Description: Creates incremental backups and deletes outdated versions # Author: Marc Gutt # # Changelog: # 0.6 # - File count check repaired # 0.5 # - preserve logs directory on clean up # - ignore logs directory on last backup check # 0.4 # - tim
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  2. Yes, because you've bound the card to VFIO and if you bind it to VFIO it is exclusively reserved for VMs and strictly speaking the host, or better speaking in this case the driver that runs on the host, can't see it.
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  3. The plugin is mainly for that use case if you want to use the card for example in your Docker container for transcoding, foldingathome, boinc, mining,... (there are many use cases) No, this plugin does nothing if you are using it like in your case in a VM and bound it to VFIO, no you can't get the stats of it if it's passed through to the VM because the VM has exclusive access to it.
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  4. I've looked at the screenshot again and this seems really weired, can you test my Jellyfin container too and see if it also has this artifacts?
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  5. Example: with the rclone, Nextcloud and with a Cron job in the User Scripts plugin: This is a complete step by step tutorial. Download the rclone plugin from the CA App: Open up a Unraid Terminal and type in 'rclone config' It will ask what to do next, press 'n' to configure a new remote Enter your preferred name in this example name it 'Nextcloud' and press Return It now asks which protocol that you want to use, enter '37' for Webdav since Nextcloud uses Webdav Now enter the address of your Nextcloud wi
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  6. Currently i'm running the reverseproxy docker with duckDNS docker for updating my IP and it's working great. I can access both dockers on my 2 local unraid boxes through a duckdns domain that gets authenticated through Organizr 2FA. With Wireguard VPN Manager i can access my network through the "Remote tunneled access" if i need to access any of the unraid webUI's for any reason or anything else on my network. it also works as a VPN for my remote location where it looks like i am connecting from my home address. Now recently i decided i wanted to setup tunnels on my 2 local un
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