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  1. Yes, here the headline flashes too. (Safari on iPad) BTW, I wish there is a switch in the header where I can switch off the automatic refresh. In the Main page, the Reads and Writes are switchable between absolute number of Reads/Writes and Bytes/s. Is the possible for Unassigned Devices too?
  2. good point! I will change this next time I got the VMs running again.
  3. I am not 100% sure if my problem is related to the one above, but I have several VMs that use a pass through unassigned device as main disk. Since Beta 29 non of them boots anymore with the following error (example): Execution error Unable to get devmapper targets for /dev/sdh: No such file or directory In the LIBVIRT log, I got the following entries: 2020-09-29 09:29:24.847+0000: 6045: error : virDevMapperOnceInit:78 : internal error: Unable to find major for device-mapper 2020-09-29 09:29:24.847+0000: 6045: error : qemuSetupImagePathCgroup:91 :
  4. Hi all, I have installed minidlna and I encounter some problems. I have a larger movie library sorted in directories and after scanning: - some of the movies do not show up at all - some show up as empty entries with no name at all - one directory with movies is shown completely empty I assume that this happens because of failures during scanning of the media meta data. I think that the minidlna Server does not handle all errors when try the get the metadata of a file by falling back to use the filename for display as the last option. Is the pro
  5. My Windows 10 VM runs on a native SATA SSD mounted via Unassigned Devices and the VM also gets in state "paused" after some time.
  6. I would definetly also want mutliple arrays. That would give the ultimate felxibility to organize the storage of the server. Every array with its own parity disk(s) would be an independet fault tolerance unit. Without speed and securtiy degration, if in another array a drive fails and the array needs to be reconstructed. It would be possible to spread the risk over more disks when the data is split by mutliple arrays. Statistically, the over all reliability gets lower and lower, the more drives you add to a single array with its max. 2 parity disks. With multiple arrays, this co