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  1. I know that this is an old post, but for everyone who still has the same problem of rtc working on the 1st day and not the second, this is my version of the code: echo 0 > /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm time=5:58 now=$(date +%s) other=$(date -d $time +%s) if [ $now -ge $other ] then echo `date '+%s' --date='tomorrow 5:58:00'` > /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm else echo `date '+%s' --date='today 5:58:00'` > /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm fi This resets the rtc clock which will make the code work every day. echo 0 > /sys/class/rtc/rtc0/wakealarm I use this code because the rtc function in my bios doesn't wake UNRAID from sleep. But this code worked a treat! If you wish to change the time, change all of the time values to your desired time. This code also has to be placed in the 'custom commands before sleep' text box.
  2. Thank you for your help. Unfortunately it only works on Windows but it is a great program. I actually found another thread that helped me figure out how to use the RTC functionality with the Dynamix S3 sleep. The BIOS function wouldn't work but this person's code does. Link to forum:
  3. Thank You. I I'll check it out.
  4. Yeh, the program is great and would work well for other devices, but unfortunately it doesn't suit my use.
  5. This plugin is for waking other devices on the network. I'm after waking my server from a device to use during the day. Maybe it has something do to with my hardware config? Thanks though
  6. Thanks, I'll have a look at it.
  7. Hey, I have setup my server to sleep overnight to save power. Currently I have to manually push the power button on the machine to wake it every morning. I want to find an automatic way to wake the server at 6am every morning. I have tried to use the built in RTC function but no luck. I tested everything and searched through almost every Google and unraid forum link. Now I am trying to use the WOL function. I have a WOL app on my phone which I can tap the device to send a magic packet to the system. Currently, when the system is in sleep mode, I can tap the button on the app and the lights and fans turn on in the server. However after a few seconds (5-10) the server switches of and into sleep mode again. During testing I set Dynamic sleep to exclude every day to make sure that the plugin wasn't making the sever sleep straight after wakeup. I tried using different WOL options in the plugin - no change. I tried forcing gigabit wake up but no change again. Once I have this WOL function working, I will be creating a program to run on my spare iPad mini 2 to send a packet to the server at 6am every day. But I need to get WOL to work before I can do this. Any ideas? Thanks
  8. I am currently running this version with the Nvidia plugin. I know that this I working because I have tested this in Jellyfin. I'm using a GTX 670. Is that compatible for Tdarr?
  9. I have set up Tdarr to transcode all of my new media that I currently watch on Jellyfin but I don't think hardware acceleration is working. I have followed a few threads to try and solve this and I have added the necessary variables in the docker container (extra parameters, GPU ID and parameters). I am using the tdarr_aio container. I have tried to only enable Tdarr plugins that use the installed GPU but the workers just send the files into the Cancel/error header. If I enable the CPU plugin, the files begin to transcode. I have hardware acceleration working for Jellyfin, so I know it isn't the plugin. Any ideas? Thanks
  10. I found the reason why my speeds dropped to much. The server I had connected to on Nord must have had a large amount of traffic. Right now I am receiving speeds of around 30MiB (maximum speed of my internet connection). Thank you to everyone who helped me!
  11. Thank you. I wish Nord would support port forwarding but that's just life.
  12. Hey, from what I can see, you have setup deluge correctly. The reason why your uploads are slow is most likely due to low demand. When you seed your torrents, it is uploading data to other users to use (so they can download the same torrent). So you may only be sending data to 1 person who is also downloading the torrent. Have a search on how torrenting works: https://www.howtogeek.com/141257/htg-explains-how-does-bittorrent-work/#:~:text=torrent file into a BitTorrent client.&text=Once connected%2C a BitTorrent client,BitTorrent clients in the swarm. If you want to test your actual upload speeds, see spaceinvaderone's video here: If you are seeding to many peers, check through your settings/preferences to see if you have any limits on the upload speeds. Also check the bottom right footer on the main deluge screen (that shows the total download and upload speeds).
  13. Yes, I was quite frustrated when I found out that Nord does not support it. But I don't understand why my speeds have dramatically dropped, considering that a few days ago I was receiving about 20Mbps downloads. Now I only receive about 7Mbps. I also tested this with speedtest-cli in deluge's docker console. Is it possible that Nord is slowing the connection on purpose? Or maybe I haven't set deluge's connection preferences properly? As Spaceinvaderone never went through this on the tutorial. I'm connected to a P2P server in Australia (the fastest recommended by Nord's website) https://nordvpn.com/servers/tools/ Finger's crossed Binhex will know what to do. Thank you for your help
  14. So would it be more beneficial to me to turn it off? Will that increase speeds or is that more a quality of life setting where it slightly improves deluge's processing performance?
  15. Thank you, sorry for the late reply, I didn't have notifications turned on. I had to create an assigned route on my Netgear router which pointed to the server address. The router was switching between the server's IP address and the range extender's IP address.