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  1. Quick googling shows that currently OMV ships with Debian 10 which is Kernel v4.9. Unraid hasn't used Kernel 4.9 since ~6.3.3 which is far far more than 3 versions ago. Not a fair comparison. Yes, there are a ton of marvel based controllers out there. Simply because the chipset is cheap and Chinese manufacturers (Syba, IO Crest etc) can bang them out by the millions and not have to worry about much in terms of problems because the largest market is Windows, and Windows will try, try, try again, reset the controller, repeat the above ad-naseum until things happen to work.
  2. Since SQLite is included in the image / appdata and you're having issues it looks like you've corrupted the docker.img (disk i/o error) or the appdata. The first thing to do is delete the image (settings - docker, stop the service, then delete the image (checkbox) and re-enable the service) followed by Apps - Previous Apps)
  3. Jun 20 08:57:00 Tower kernel: vfio-pci 0000:2b:00.0: BAR 1: can't reserve [mem 0xd0000000-0xdfffffff 64bit pref] ### [PREVIOUS LINE REPEATED 1112378 TIMES] ###
  4. Does it ever exit back to the command prompt? Works 100% for me.
  5. First thing to do if only to rule it out is https://forums.unraid.net/topic/46802-faq-for-unraid-v6/page/2/?tab=comments#comment-819173
  6. Does that share exist on the other drives currently (including the folder)? Remove the top-level folder from those drives not included in the share and try again.
  7. Modern CPU's will automatically throttle the CPU to prevent damage in that circumstance. FCP if installed will alert you to when it's been throttled (but not in real time)
  8. And, in bridge mode, there is very little reason to ever have to adjust the container port (as you've done) from 7878 to instead be 8787. If you're going the bridge method, change the container port back to be 7878. Only ever adjust the host port
  9. Set the network type to be "bridge" (which is the default for those templates) Then you can adjust the host port to suit (or network type to be Custom:BR0 and assign them separate IP addresses) Choice is up to you
  10. No. You can get the container sizes right from the docker tab (Container Size button) to see which app is taking up which space (not quite 100% accurate, but will give a good idea)
  11. If I'm reading this right, the dashboard has the Edit, but the docker tab doesn't. You need to update your OS to the stable version Some of the other problems seem to indicate OTOH that the flash drive is dropping dead or has a poor connection. Reboot and try a different port
  12. Dynamix Schedules plugin. Allows you to change the hourly / daily schedule for when things run.
  13. It's the mining containers taking up the space. I don't know how they work well enough to be able to advise if it's possible to store the data outside of the container, etc. Ask in the respective support threads for them.