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  1. It would be nice to have the ability to select and pull containers from multiple registries. For instance, there is an application that is not in CA that is published to github container registry https://ghcr.io that I would like to pull and use in Unraid without needing another layer of container management such as Portainer.
  2. I was having the same issue. Fifteen disks all spinning up immediately after spinning them down. I would see the following in the logs: Jul 1 08:09:27 Tower emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sda Jul 1 08:09:49 Tower emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdd Jul 1 08:09:51 Tower emhttpd: read SMART /dev/sdd Jul 1 09:09:28 Tower emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sda Jul 1 09:09:52 Tower emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdd Jul 1 09:09:54 Tower emhttpd: read SMART /dev/sdd Jul 1 10:09:29 Tower emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sda Jul 1 10:09:55 Tower emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdd Jul 1 10:09:57 Tower emhttpd: read SMART /dev/sdd I would also notice about 20-40Kb/s read rate on each drive. As soon as I disabled Turbo write, the issue stopped. Read rate is now 0B/s, and drives stay spun down.
  3. You're right. I think using syslinux.cfg is probably the easiest way to get what I want. Thanks for the help and knowledge. For future reference / to aid those ever in this situation, this is my modified statement:
  4. Thank you for the quick reply! Could you elaborate a bit on how to make these changes in /config/go? I'm a bit new to unraid. I modified the syslinux.cfg file and that seems to be working, but is there a cleaner way to do what i'm looking for?
  5. Hi, I am trying to add the following options to the kvm.conf file in /etc/modprobe.d so that I can enable nested virutalization. It appears the kvm.conf file is overwritten at start-up, and I am having trouble finding where to set these options to be persistent. Can anyone help me? I am looking to do this so that I am able to deploy three ESXi hosts within KVM on Unraid to create an NSX-T lab.
  6. Posting the issue/resolution: Looks like I was missing a required declaration for the subnet in which the containers network interface resided. The service wouldnt start without this. Adding this subnet (even without a range/pool assigned) allowed the service to start and begin responding to DHCP Discover and dhcp requests on the configured subnets in the dhcpd.conf file.
  7. Settings are mainly default except for the IP address/bridge.
  8. I'm having an issue getting the dhcpd / isc-dhcp-server service to start in the dhcp docker. I have created a dhcpd.conf file and put it in the appropriate directory. Any help is appreciated.
  9. So far no issues getting stuck. I would say its worth a shot to see if you experience the same results.
  10. Kind of early to tell, but I did a 250 nzb download test and we didn't hang on a single one. It looks promising, but I won't get my hopes up.
  11. Done. Thank you for the suggestion. I have read through this thread already, but sometimes hard to follow for me. NZBGet author suggested building the container mysef/compiling within the container. I believe this is beyond my skill set, so I am going to try the nzbget container from linuxserver.io to see if I have any luck before I give up and go back to Sabnzbd.
  12. Given that his response was a week ago, and he is monitoring the issue tracker on github, its worth the effort to put in a bug report. I've created an issue if anyone wants to add their $0.02 https://github.com/nzbget/nzbget/issues/686
  13. Has nzbget been abandoned? Last commit I see is on 6/29/2019.
  14. Thanks for the insight AgentXXL. With so much intervention required, I'm thinking it will be easier to just switch to Sabnzbd for the time being.