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  1. BVD


    Anything 6tb and less, even some 8tb units, they're still close to prior prices - the miners prefer 12tb+ for efficiency sake
  2. Xml is in libvirt.img, you can browse the contents with your preferred archival/compression tool to back them up individually (handy as it enables you to script backing up the xml specific to a given VM at the same time you're running your OS's native backup application), or en mass by simply copying the img entire file out.
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    16TB Exos can be had for 330 bucks on newegg - they're not quiet, but the price/GB can't be beat, especially not with a 5 year warranty.
  4. Finally back home! So this is where I think you got tripped up (just referencing the guide for any others that might come across this): Instead of putting this in a user script, you'd added it to the go file - the intent with the script is to allow you to bind (anything really that has function level reset capabilities, but in this case - ) any port at any time, as long as that port isn't currently in an active (up) state. This is necessary in our case, as the virtual functions don't exist until after PCIe init time - they're only created once the numvfs is called, whic
  5. I'd re-read the instructions- you have 4 lines for your vfs, doing two separate things, where you should only have one line per physical port Sorry, I'm mobile right now or I'd type out more, but it looks like you mightve mixed both methods for some reason
  6. You have to bind the 520 series prior to using VFs as its partitioning the entire device - take a look at the chipset specific section which goes over that a bit for more detail, but the guide covers it in pretty decent detail, just be sure to follow it through and you'll be set 👍
  7. You can do that with as little as a copy/paste... I guess maybe that's why I'm not following. In any case, I have enough data that id have to take the system down for multiple days if I were to copy everything out as a backup at this point, even over a 10Gb network. I'd rather use tools that were designed to back up explicitly what I need backed up, and do so without taking down applications I have people relying on for services I host on unraid.
  8. We understand it... it just isn't something that's reasonable to ask of a hypervisor - I tried to explain the reason for this in the post above, that many applications require their own method of backing up in order to ensure they can be restored in a consistent manner. If you look at any other hypervisor, you'll see they operate similarly. Not because it's just never been asked of them, but because what's being asked of them is unreasonable and unrealistic.
  9. There's a pretty big reason that there can't (well... "won't" would probably be more accurate) be a single all-inclusive backup of everything in unraid - different applications/files have differing requirements for ensuring file consistency. A good starting point for your research would be looking for information regarding application consistent vs crash consistent snapshots/backups. In short, a crash consistent backup will just ensure that the filesystem of the OS itself is intact. An application consistent backup is one from which you can restore the application's specific data i
  10. There are already 3-4 (I think?) onlyoffice templates available, I'm not sure another would get approved... But that's almost certainly something that the Pi community would have interest in if they dont already have a go-to alpine onlyoffice, I'd hit up that community and gauge interest!
  11. I'm going to assume you've probably not taken a backup prior to the upgrade then, as it's not something that's automatically done... I'll try to take a look in the morning to see where the plugin/hub configuration is loaded from - I've an idea that you could simply remove that file from the directory and restart the container in order for it to be regenerated, but I'm not certain and it's about 0130 here. Will try to remember to check it out once I wake up
  12. You'll just have to restore your backup is all, if you find no way to manually remove the plugin - though I'd assume theres a php file somewhere that you could edit out the reference to it manually to address. Youd have to do a little poking around in that one though, restoring your backup would definitely be far simpler and quicker
  13. Right after an update, the cache will usually need to be rebuilt, as the DB indices are updated and the existing cache is essentially no longer 'valid' (the cache doesn't get it's existing contents updated). I'd give it some time and re-evaluate. As to the phone details, you can configure them manually as well within config.php (same place you put the DB connection information etc) 👍
  14. That's calling out the SMB PHP module, which I'd assume is an installed plugin - if you uninstall the plugin prior to your upgrade, do you still have issues?
  15. At first, it almost certainly must feel that way to most, I'm sure. But let's take a quick look at what all one can do with nextcloud (both by default, and by adding plugins from the hub) by thinking about what other containers we'd need in order to accomplish similar tasks: Syncthing (and various others) - Sync files between multiple devices automatically, retain backups of files/file versions, and so on Youtransfer - web sharing of files to guests/etc MakeMKV (ffmpeg) - Convert video files (seems ridiculous to have this in 'the cloud', but it's surprised me by being ridic
  16. @skois idk if you ever got this answered, but here's the format in case you still need it: root@048509f9b924:/# sudo -u abc /usr/bin/php -f ./config/www/nextcloud/occ config:app:set previewgenerator squareSizes --va lue="32 256" Just open the console, run that, and you're set (modify to suit) - the issue with yours above is: * Since their shell defaults to bash, you must first call php - bash doesn't understand the command context as it's php input (the application itself is being modified, so we're in effect 'writing in php' here - pretty much everything in this doc
  17. The error 43 is the exact driver shenanigans they pull with video cards, but with virtual functions its unfortunately even more difficult to get around. A couple things you can try: * instead of running the full installer, open the executable (.exe installer) with 7zip or the like, and manually install the drivers for your OS (using the .inf files) * test against a different version of windows 10 to verify whether its locked to a specific build type (education, pro, pro for workstation, or an enterprise LTS build) * read through the release notes for earlier driver v
  18. What version of windows 10? It's like I said with mellanox drivers, they're all kinda tied up in licensing crap... My suggestion would be to use something like 7zip to manually extract an older version of the drivers from the executable and then attempt manual installation. For windows and virtual functions, intel (and some chelsio) are really the only sure fire way to ensure compatibility thanks to the crap nvidia and mellanox have pulled with their drivers.
  19. And you're only just scratching the surface! Wait till you start looking at latency numbers; I think you'll be pleasantly surprised when you start looking at nano instead of milliseconds My work life has kind of run over all my other projects the last few weeks so I've not been able to really dig back in as of yet - but I'm certainly glad to see you experiencing some of the benefits already! Let me know if you encounter any issues or have any questions as you're working on it - I'm happy to help 👍 @trott there's no direct way to do so via the unraid UI - I'm not sure
  20. Totally understood! Moreso posting to try to help any others that might end up seeing issues and come in with such a question 👍 Would it be worthwhile to have an open access GitHub page or something where all of the 'known' scripts could be stored, then folks can just edit to update them as/when needed? Or is that something that'd be discouraged at this point?
  21. Hey @Squid - I couldn't find if this had already been addressed elsewhere or not (if so, my google-fu sucks): As of at least 6.9, the top of the script needs a tiny edit, from: require_once("/usr/local/emhttp/plugins/community.applications/include/xmlHelpers.php"); To: require_once("/usr/local/emhttp/plugins/community.applications/include/helpers.php"); For anyone getting something about an error at line three, calling blah/blah/xmlHelpers.php when they run the plugin integrity check script, the above is the quick fix (hoping to catch some search key
  22. BVD


    I've seen various requests for it in all number of threads, but never explicitly as it's own topic... I might've missed it though, for sure. My hope is that they'll feel the time is right at this point to actually implement one - the team's grown significantly since version 6 was released, and the development community has undergone significant change and growth as well. I feel like having a roadmap available to us could only help accelerate adoption at this point, now that they've the additional headcount as well as the expanding number of those in the community who are willing to
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    I wasn't sure where to post this kind of thing - it's not exactly 'forum feedback', nor is it really a 'feature request for UnRAID' (if the capitalization is wrong here, please do let me know - I may've been writing it wrong all this time 😕 ), but more a 'business feature request' I guess... An ask of the team as far as planning goes I guess? The request: For Limetech to publish a Feature Roadmap which gives a generalized direction for wherever Limetech is planning to take the core OS over the next (however long you feel is realistic). What would be super h