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  1. Hope this is what you are looking for: IOMMU group 0: [1022:1482] 00:01.0 Host bridge: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD] Starship/Matisse PCIe Dummy Host Bridge IOMMU group 1: [1022:1483] 00:01.1 PCI bridge: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD] Starship/Matisse GPP Bridge IOMMU group 2: [1022:1483] 00:01.2 PCI bridge: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD] Starship/Matisse GPP Bridge IOMMU group 3: [1022:1482] 00:02.0 Host bridge: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD] Starship/Matisse PCIe Dummy Host Bridge IOMMU group 4: [1022:1482] 00:03.0 Host bridge: Advanced Micro
  2. I am not using GPU passthrough, however this should work from what I have seen in the config. Didnt digg deep into IOMMU settings, however all hardware which is present, even the IPMI virtual CD drive, can be choosen to passthrough to the VMs. If you have specific questions for settings, please ask.
  3. Fully loaded 47mins being reported. I wonder why the batteries will be damaged when dropping below 50%. My current config is to shutdown after 10mins on Battery or when capacity drops below 50%. With an addtl. Switch and an Odroid C2 the UPS has an average load of 70W. The UnRaid host is running at Eco Mode, which gives a good compromise re temps/performance/consumption.
  4. I added a Cyberpower UPS ValuePRO VP700ELCD Green Power UPS 700VA/390W which was detected immediatly by the integrated APC deamon. Approx. runtime on battery is 40 mins.
  5. My UnRaid system is running several container such as Nextcloud, Mariadb, cloud commander, photoprism etc. to name a few. Most of them where running with a dedicated IP, configured through br0. I cloud never reach more than 3 - 6Mbyte/sec traffic while the container where using br0. After flipping them to standard bridge mode I can max out my wifi with >50 Mbyte/sec. Is this known resp. was my config wrong? I understood "br0" as a option to separate hosts / services. Thanks for any advise
  6. I think I found the issue, and I did following. Most of my container where running with "br0" instead of bridge for the network config. The moment I flipped the settings I could max out my wifi with up to 50 Mbyte/sec. The moment I switched back to "br0" I could not achieve more than 6MByte/sec. Will post this in the docker section too. bottom line photoprism is running fine now.
  7. well summarized and worth a PIN. I think I'll redo the math. As written in my initial post, the 45W config on surface looks like a sweet spot, without getting to technical with math and numbers.
  8. I did a few more tests with 65W respectively allowing the Motherboard (through BIOS config) to set the package power limits. Without any adjustments and the CPU running at stock 65W the system consumes: 50W during boot 50 - 60W during normal operations e.g. docker starts / restarts 84 - 88W during parity check and array start up (with all services starting up too) 184 - 188W during full load when transcoding a 4K video CPU temps at full load went up to 86° (degree celcius). I also compared the 35W vs. 45W vs. 65W (unlimited) perfor
  9. Still troubleshooting this. Server is connected to 1Gbit LAN. All Devices connect through wifi to the different container apps. Downloading videos from photoprism is running with avg. 3MB/sec, downloading the same file with Cloud Commander (also a container) is running at 25 - 50MB/sec, depending on WIFI load and my location in the house. The tests I am doing are all done from the same place, at the same time. Really weird issue. I am connecting directly the the LAN IP, no proxies, just: Client -> WIFI AP (Fritz Repeater 3000) -> Fritzbox -> UnRaid host -> Container.
  10. @ich777 Can you have a look here? https://github.com/photoprism/photoprism/issues/763 I am struggling with the performance of Photoprism, not sure if this is related to your container or the app itself.
  11. sys log has following entries: Dec 27 19:44:17 Ryzen emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdb Dec 27 20:14:18 Ryzen emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdb Dec 27 20:16:52 Ryzen emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdb However, the green circle next to the device in the Main tab stays green, even after clicking on it. The grey turning arrows seem to be only a visual, without any effect in the background.
  12. Simple question and the search didn't bring up a clear answer. I have a 4 TB WD USB disk which I use as a backup target. I already tried to spin down the disk by clicking on the dot next to the device, however, this seem to do nothing. Hence my ask for advise - can I spin down a usb disk? I don't want the disk to run 24/7, especially since they are not made for this purpose. And second question, can UnRaid eject disks like I can do on a Desktop OS? Or is pulling the cable the only way? Thanks!
  13. I think the Meshify allows even a better cable management, especially for the ATX connector since it has one more rubber protected cable grommet on top of the other two upper grommets. With the experience from my Define build I'd recommend the Meshify. And, the optics of the Meshify are cooler too. The Switch is fine. Not nowing your home / infrastructure I'd probably throw away the other small switch a get device which allows Link Aggregation. The full PCIe4 x1 slot of the board allows a 10G upgrade at a later stage.
  14. Main purpose of this system is media and document storage, with the flexibility to add docker container and VMs where I need them. My Picture db is approx. 40K High res JPEGs & RAW files and >1K videos, and growing . I am using a Photoprism container to structure the albums and also planing to use the Windows VM to edit the videos & photos. The workflows in this matter are still under development. I am also using a Handbrake container for video transcoding, primarily 4K IPhone footage (.mov) which I transcode into H.264 .mp4. This setup works really well, es