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  1. Upgraded my Threadripper system with nVidia drivers from 6.8.3 to 6.9.0 without any problems. GPU, dockers and VM's all seem to work fine after the upgrade. Thanks for a good product and the little extra guidance regarding nVidia drivers to ezhik
  2. Hi, I am trying to install the drivers on my machine and it just halts after trying to start downloading bzroot-gui. I have tried a few times now and it stalls at the same place each time. When I go back to stock build it download and copies without errors. ***** Now installing Nvidia version 6.8.3 Base URL: TO AVOID CORRUPTION DO NOT CLOSE THIS WINDOW UNTIL YOU SEE THE DONE PROMPT Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzimage ... done Downloading: /tmp/mediabuild/bzroot ... done Downlo
  3. Is there anybody that recognizes this error? 2020-05-03 23:25:05,587 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stderr output: PHP Notice: Undefined index: name in /usr/share/webapps/rutorrent/plugins/_task/task.php on line 325 PHP Notice: Undefined index: requester in /usr/share/webapps/rutorrent/plugins/_task/task.php on line 326 It came after I cancelled a creation of a torrent. Rutorrent died and could not start afterwards. Each time I try to access the web interface it comes up with this error: 2020/05/03 23:31:42 [error] 1567#1567: *1 FastCGI sent in stde
  4. Hi All, I upgraded from 6.7 to 6.8 a few days ago. Under 6.7 I had 16 drives and all used 8.8GB after the initial format. After I upgraded to 6.8 and added 4 extra drives they all use 56.6GB after the initial format. It is not like it is a problem, but I am a bit curious why that is - is there anybody with an explanation? Br, Thomas
  5. I like the UNRAID array technology - it is effectively combating e-waste and enables power savings by allowing me to re-purpose a 10+ year old motherboard and various mixed harddrives, including 24*8 TB "shingled magnetic recording" harddrives. Harddrives that would otherwise be thown out because they do not work in other popular RAID solutions and energi savings because only one harddrive need to spin up if I need a file. I would like to see UNRAID to support even more harddrives.