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  1. Odds on because your DHCP server is giving the static IP based upon the MAC address which has definitely changed on the new motherboard Above the login prompt is the current IP address, or you can also get it from your router and change it accordingly.
  2. Just reboot from the webUI over the network. You can try this https://forums.unraid.net/topic/46802-faq-for-unraid-v6/page/2/?tab=comments#comment-713741
  3. Incorrect Yes moves them to the array
  4. There's some setting that you have to enable in Notepad++ in order to see them
  5. Most definitely. But some obfuscated ones / ISOs you'll still have to manually import
  6. Did you copy / paste for the forum? That occasionally adds in extra characters. With user scripts, you can make sure you're running yesterday's update, then edit the script and save it right away
  7. Ok I thought there was also an option to simply write the sig. But I'm the first to admit that I'm ignorant (even without my wife's prodding) Ashamed to admit that I no longer live up to my teenage ethos of "it's better to burn out than fade away"
  8. unRaid does not include GPU drivers which would be a requirement for that, so you can bump that up to 100% (hence why the unRaid nVidia plugin exists) Once again 100%. Depending of course upon the hardware, IOMMU groups etc. Side note: I'm undecided as to whether or not I want GPU drivers included in the base OS. Seeing as how both nVidia and AMD update their GPU drivers (at least on Windows) seemingly every other day (presumably I think they each have an unwritten bet with Plex Inc as to who can update their software more often), I'm not sure if I want the forums spammed with threads similar to "Why hasn't unRaid updated the GPU drivers yet. A new one was released 5 minutes ago" But, there definitely are use cases for including the drivers (hence why the plugin exists).
  9. TBH, I don't use the plugin. But, IIRC a zero pass does nothing but write the signature to the drive. Seeing as how at that point there is no guarantee that the drive isn't actually cleared, then if you add a drive to an array that all you've done is write the signature to it then by definition you have invalidated parity.
  10. Catch-22. You can't tell why it's not booting without having a video card installed. Only thing that possibly pops into my head is In the BIOS disable stop on all errors or Move the Mellanox to a different slot
  11. Edit the VM, switch to XML mode and change the boot order of the ISO / vdisks appropriately?
  12. https://forums.unraid.net/bug-reports/prereleases/wol-broken-r390/
  13. Because you didn't select either what disks to run it against, or what shares to run it against
  14. Not the real expert, but I believe you either have to enable Display world-wide-name in device ID in Settings - Display Settings or install the Dynamix SCSI Devices Plugin
  15. If the title of the post is correct and you're upgrading an existing 6tb parity drive to be 8tb, then just stop the array, and assign the 2 new 8TB's to the parity positions.
  16. Remove whatever line you've added in the "go" file or in user.scripts that is installing the replacement, and then reboot
  17. Post the diagnostics (Tools - Diagnostics)
  18. Only for server's already running: https://technicalramblings.com/blog/monitoring-your-ups-stats-and-cost-with-influxdb-and-grafana-on-unraid-2019-edition/ Part of the problem that I find with most kWh calculators though is that for simplicity sake they only allow for a single price. Whereas I live in a jurisdiction that has 3 different pricing for kWh depending upon the day and time of day.
  19. The linked thread is telling you to run the New Permissions Tool on from the Tools Menu. (But, if you have a "Docker Safe New Permissions Tool" there, you should use that one instead) They will. But, if you don't stop / start the array, then Windows may not get the updated info.
  20. https://forums.unraid.net/topic/57181-real-docker-faq/#comment-564345
  21. Yeah. Catch-22. Non ascii characters will be removed. Personally, I doubt that any given script would ever have them in it. If any problems happen because of this, then I will re-address. In the meantime, this is the solution to copy / paste scripts from the forum.
  22. Majority of users use the webUI over the LAN instead of locally to manage the server.
  23. Is it recognized in the BIOS / LSI BIOS? If it's not, then no chance that unRaid will see it and the drive will make a good wall ornament