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  1. I did the same and resulting in same image... did you find a resolution to your issue? Thanks!
  2. Hi - did you ever find resolution to your issue?
  3. There is so much demand for these cards and not enough in stock anywhere... could be a slimmer chance that the lucky folks buying one are running Unraid and virtualize their hardware. We may have to wait a couple of weeks for market stabilization.
  4. Hi - I have a Ryzen 2700 host with RX 560. I was able to successfully pass it through and I had to run DDU Display Driver Uninstaller in Safe Mode to clean up what Windows installed with Windows Update. Hopefully this works for you. DDU does miracles to clean up the mess in Drivers and allow a fresh install.
  5. Hi everyone - I hope someone in the community can assist... If I can provide more information, please let me know... thanks in advance!
  6. Hi, TLDR: if someone knows of a precise way to have a SSD passthrough, completely, to Windows 10 VM, with TRIM working, and disk recognized as SSD, it would be amazing, since I did not get it to work as Thin Provisioned Drive (SCSI) which I've read from the below FAQ: Solid State Drive (SATA) or Hard Disk Drive (virtio) do not seem to be fully working either Issue: I have a Windows 10 VM which "works great" - no noticeable performance issues, my GPU is passthrough succesfully and my SSD is passthrough (somewhat successfully). The only issue I can see is tha
  7. Thanks for the PSA. I had several error messages myself when there were DB issues, and ended up deleting everything and starting fresh, but never had to simulate a catastrophic failure. I only backup small datasets in comparison to your use case, but still this is worrysome, as the stable version of Duplicati is not even recommended anymore... so there are not lots of alternative in this Duplicati world. Do you know of alternatives of tools that are: 1. free 2. can deduplicate 3. can store to cloud as encrypted, splitted files 4. not beta, and that can actually restore without
  8. @limetech actually follows this thread as well as 53 other people... I think they are aware and would trust they are looking into it.
  9. Hard drives always start at higher speeds and slow down progressively towards the end of the disk.
  10. Thanks @steini84 for pointing to the culprit - a docker which still had some configuration in it: (i.e. binhex-urbackup.xml) root@Tower:/# grep -r ssd500gb /boot /boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/templates-user/my-MacinaBox.xml: <HostDir>/mnt/disks/ssd500gb/domains/</HostDir> /boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/templates-user/my-MacinaBox.xml: <Config Name="VM Images location" Target="/image" Default="" Mode="rw" Description="normally /mnt/users/domains" Type="Path" Display="always" Required="false" Mask="false">/mnt/disks/ssd500gb/domains/</Config> /boot/confi
  11. If someone else has an idea... I am kind of still stuck. Here's what I attempted doing since last post: 1. recreating zpool 2. recreating dataset with same name 3. created snapshot 4. deleted snapshot 5. deleted dataset (destroyed) 6. delete zpool (destroyed) 7. rebooted and folder was still mounted/present. 8. Currently trying pre-clearing the disk, as this wipes MBR and "starts fresh" from my understanding... Somehow I think there's still something creating this folder, preparing to mount the zvol and/or dataset and/or somethin
  12. I can remove it with rm -rf and it comes back after reboot, as shown previously. It gets "recreated" every reboot, even the timestamp changes. there's no "disk usage" with it, just two folders... /mnt/ssd500gb/Backups ... that's it...
  13. root@Tower:/mnt# zfs set mountpoint=none ssd500gb/Backups cannot open 'ssd500gb/Backups': dataset does not exist root@Tower:/mnt# root@Tower:~# zfs destroy ssd500gb/Backups cannot open 'ssd500gb/Backups': dataset does not exist I just cannot see what's recreating it if it's not ZFS... it's gotta be somewhere... it's not in /etc/fstab... what else does the ZFS plugin do upon boot which may have not been cleaned when uninstall occurred?
  14. root@Tower:/# umount /mnt/ssd500gb umount: /mnt/ssd500gb: not mounted. root@Tower:/# df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on rootfs 3.9G 796M 3.1G 21% / tmpfs 32M 472K 32M 2% /run devtmpfs 3.9G 0 3.9G 0% /dev tmpfs 3.9G 0 3.9G 0% /dev/shm cgroup_root 8.0M 0 8.0M 0% /sys/fs/cgroup tmpfs 128M 196K 128M 1% /var/log /dev/sda1 15G 470M 15G 4% /boot /dev/loop1 7.3M 7.3M 0 100% /lib/firmware tmpfs 1.0M 0 1.0M 0% /mnt/disks /dev/md1
  15. root@Tower:~# zpool status no pools available root@Tower:~# zpool import -a no pools available to import I cannot seem to find what is recreating that folder... drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 60 Apr 22 14:56 ssd500gb/ rebooted a couple of minutes ago and you can see root is recreating it and unlike the other standard Unraid folders, this one is not 777... any other ideas?