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  1. I have also noticed the virtio-net is much slower than virtio. Could someone explain why the newer and now default one is slower than the old virtio?
  2. Hi guys, I’ve been playing with dynamic CPU allocation configurations recently and I’m wondering if it’s possible to have memory allocation dynamically associated with allocated vCPUs on the same NUMA node. It sounds inefficient but maybe the virtmanager is smart enough not to allocate any vCPUs from a remote NUMA node. Any thoughts will be appreciated!
  3. I am idle around 150W. 2 x E5-2680v4 + 128GB ECC DDR4 + 1 10Gbps NIC + 6 HDD (1 active, 5 spindown) + 7 fans around 850 RPM on Supermicro X10DRi.
  4. I have a X10DRi with 2 Xeon E5-2680v4 and 128GB ECC DDR4 ( 4 x 32GB). I have 2 DIMMs per socket and they are fast enough in dual channel mode for most of the work (a bunch of Windows Server VMs and Ubuntu for software development and testing). For NUMA and memory configuration you can take a look at this article: https://frankdenneman.nl/2016/07/13/numa-deep-dive-4-local-memory-optimization/ Recently I purchased an used 10Gbps NIC (Supermicro AOC-STG-i2T) and I am passing through the two ports for the VMs.
  5. What's the purpose of the new plugin (unraid.net) if VPN is the preferred way of accessing unRaid? I already have the VPN setup and I am considering switching to the plugin instead.
  6. The only vulnerability I can think of regarding the security of unRaid Server in this context is there might be undiscovered security issues that allow attackers to bypass the form based login and gain access to other services.
  7. Thanks for the sharing on security. I often need to access unRaid GUI while I'm out on a trip. I used to use OpenVPN to connect to home and access the management gui from LAN. Now with 6.9.2 I have the port forwarding setup for HTTPS to unRaid and it's the only port I am exposing on the internet. A strong root password has been set and all other services are behind my firewall. So now my question is: Is it equally safe to access my server this way compare to accessing through OpenVPN?
  8. M/B: Supermicro X10DRi CPU: Dual Xeon E5-2680v4 RAM: 4 x 32GB DDR4 ECC Running 1 Win 10, 3 windows server 2019 and a few sql server dockers for development work plus 20 others dockers for personal stuff. RAM usage is about 70%.
  9. I’m on 6.9.1 and the problem is still reproducible.
  10. I'm on 6.9.1 and i noticed that if the default route is eth1 even if i connect through the ip of eth0 copying files are still going through eth1.
  11. This is a great plugin and everything works perfectly! Recently I turned on the compression and I see that gzip would only use 1 thread to compress files and it takes so long to compress a 40GB ish database file. Any plans for adding multithreaded compression to the plugin or maybe adding zstd option for faster compression speed and better ratio? Also what would the best way so far to backup sql server 2019 dockers with 200GB+ database files (.mdf and .bak) in appdata folder?
  12. It works if I specify the static path like "/mnt/cache/appdata/mssql/...". It's so weird that the docker container doesn't like the other mapping. Could it be a bug of MSSQL or Unraid?
  13. I meant /mnt/user... . So my appdata folder is set to prefer to use cache and when I map volume to appdata it errors out.
  14. Hey guys, I am running Unraid 6.8.1 on a Xeon E3 1231v3 with 16GB of RAM. I was trying to run MSSQL (SQL Server 2019) docker but got an error: 2020-05-04 20:04:21.89 spid9s Starting up database 'master'. 2020-05-04 20:04:22.32 Server Common language runtime (CLR) functionality initialized. 2020-05-04 20:04:23.22 spid9s Error: 17053, Severity: 16, State: 1. 2020-05-04 20:04:23.22 spid9s FCB::ZeroFile(), GetOverLappedResult(): Operating system error 87(The parameter is incorrect.) encountered. 2020-05-04 20:04:23.23 spid9s Cannot recover the master databa