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  1. I've been troubleshooting a problem for months. Essentially, on my Ubiquiti UDM it would, at random, disconnect all LAN clients and I would have to login via a WiFi client to restart in order to reconnect the LAN clients. For troubleshooting purposes, I have since moved back to my ISP router (it was in modem mode). The problem is still occurring. As best I can tell, it started around the same time I created some VMs and stops occurring if I disconnect the Unraid server. I have 3 Window 10 VMs and one Ubuntu server VM. They're all using default settings, br0 and virtio-net etc. I'm at a total loss as to how to go about solving this and would welcome any ideas anyone has.
  2. Currently, the forks all use Chia plots. You build the wallet from your Chia mnemonic and can use your key and plots on the other network. I currently have Chia (Machinaris), Chaingreen and Flax (Win10 GUIs) all farming the same plots. I don't know a whole lot about dockers and how they work, so I can't comment much. That being said, I imagined just having 3 separate dockers, one for each blockchain.
  3. Would you ever consider modifying this to work with the new Chia forks (Chaingreen and Flax)? Seems their folder and file structure and CLI are identical, only differences are the .exe name and the port.
  4. I forgot to check the wiki, sorry. I forget it's a thing on github. Either way, that fixed it, thank you.
  5. This is a fantastic docker, thank you for making it. I'm having a slight issue, my summary page is seeing all 407 plots, but my farming page is only showing the 115 plots in /plots. I added the new plot locations (/plotscf1 etc) to plotman.yaml and config.yaml. The logs don't have any errors in them so I'm not sure what info to provide. Here's a picture of my docker settings: Many thanks.
  6. First off, thank you Dyon for the container, it's the only one that worked for me out of the box. That's no doubt an indicator of my skill level then anything else, but I appreciate the ease! I can't, however, figure out how to make the connection status green, mine stays on yellow. I can still connect to some peers, but I wonder if it's reducing the number I could connect to. I'm using Wireguard, but the Wireguard server is hosted on a remote dedicated server I have. I installed Wireguard server via the Swizzin package. I'm not sure what information is relevant so here's a bunch and hopefully it's what is needed to diagnose my issue. Many thanks
  7. I think this could have been the problem, it's quite a tight fit with a bunch of cables in there. I moved some around to make more space, hopefully it shouldn't happen again if I need to pull the server out.
  8. Solved, but I have a question. I browsed more posts and someone suggest checking the sata cables. It was still clipped in, but out by by less than 1mm. I just pushed on all the cables to be sure and that fixed it. Should I replace the cables or can they really be that delicate?
  9. Unraid 6.9.2 Plugins: Community Applications and Unassigned devices Specs: i5 11400 ASrock H570 Phantom Gaming 4 16GB DDR4 5x HDD onboard SATA 1x NVME onboard m2 I just updated my motherboard bios from 1.30 to 1.70. The bios is wiped on update, so I entered in my previous settings and upon starting the server, my parity drive is now missing. The drive is showing up in bios and I can see it listed as an unassigned device on the Main page. For reference, the drive is sdb. I had a browse through similar posts and someone suggested disabling VT-d, that didn't help. At this point, I'm not sure what to do and would appreciate some help. Thanks. apollo-diagnostics-20210422-1536.zip
  10. I'd just like to preface this by saying I'm new to Unraid and dockers etc., so I apologise if I leave out anything important! I can't connect to any of the peers on the torrent. The connection status symbol at the bottom is yellow, although I'm not sure whether that's relevant. When I add a torrent, I announce to the tracker just fine and I can see the total peers and seeds. Initially, I'll connect to a handful of peers but then they'll all disconnect, I don't get any data and I can't connect to them after that. As for my setup. I have a remote dedicated server on which I've installed Wireguard server. I chose the relevant options when installing the docker, placed the .conf file and as far as I'm aware, all is well. The server shows a successful handshake and the ipleak.net magnet test shows my dedicated server IP instead of my home IP. I also added port forwarding rules to my Unifi Dream Machine for the port listed in the client, 6881. I feel like I've probably done something silly though, so I'd appreciate any thoughts or input anyone has. supervisord.log
  11. I've just finished building my first Unraid server and I'm looking at dockers for when the parity is done. I'm trying to figure out how to setup what I want, but I can't find anything that specifically matches my use so I was hoping people could shed some light on things. I plan on setting up Plex media server and qbittorrent. What I would like to do is tunnel all qbittorrent traffic and outside Plex access through my remote, dedicated server. What would be the best way to go about this?
  12. I'm building my first unraid server so I'm doing a lot of research on parts. I plan on using an i5-11400 as the CPU, I want the iGPU for PLEX. Currently, I'm wondering what RAM to get. What's the consensus on ram speeds? The CPU I have officially supports up to 3200Mhz, obviously you can go higher with overclocking. However, as far as I'm aware, with DDR4, anything over 2133Mhz using XMP is still technically overclocking. This seems to go against the general opinion I've read that overclocking in a server is bad as it may introduce instability. Do people use XMP and it's fine or do some of you leave it at 2133Mhz? The upside to 2133Mhz of course is it's cheaper and runs at 1.2v instead of 1.35v, however, you're losing a lot of speed. Does it matter? I'd appreciate any thoughts or advice people have on the matter. Many thanks.
  13. Someone elsewhere directed me to a YouTuber that looks at Chinese motherboards. For future people searching, this video has all the info:
  14. Hello all! I've decided to build a NAS as my storage needs have changed as of late. I did a bunch of research and Unraid sounds perfect. I've never built one before, so I'd just like to sound it out and get some input. I've been looking at hardware and second hand server stuff is very attractive. I'm currently umming and ahhing about whether I should go for LGA 2011 or LGA 2011 v3. The X99 motherboard I'm looking at is the HUANANZHI X99 TF and I'd pair it with something like a Xeon E5-2630L V4. The motherboard has 2 PCI-E x16, 1 PCI-E x4 and 2 NVME ports. I'm planning on running a Plex server on it as well. The first PCI-E x16 will be for my GTX 1060, then as I expand I will add an LSI controller to the other x16 and the x4. What I can't find out, though, is whether or not I can use all 3 PCI-E slots and the two NVME slots. I'd like to use both NVME for the cache pool, but I'm not sure, as with some other boards, whether or not using them will limit the bandwidth to the other PCI-E slots. Also, as an aside. Is there any reason I shouldn't fill the onboard SATA ports first? Does anyone have any experience with this board or are able to offer some insight? I'd really appreciate it. Thanks.