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  1. @lnxd I gaved it a try, started with your suggestion of -50, well the gpu was not responding anymore. Funny fact, it crashes the web gui and makes it not responding anymore. Why is it so that unraid gets offended when a gpu crashes? Only after a restart its possible to use the gpu and the web gui again. Thx for the suggestionwith -powlim, found a good setting for the graphics card. Thx for the support and development.
  2. Hi, i got a problem that the phoenixminer ignores my additional parameters: -cclock 1100 -cvddc 950 -mclock 2150 And i dont really know why, this results into 145W power draw for my RX480 which i cant undervolt with this docker. Thanks in advance.
  3. Again i tried to find the problem, without success. Even disabled Docker and VM, removed all Plugins and stopped the Array. And the process and cpu usage was still there. Only restarting in safe mode gets rid of this problem.
  4. I got an idea today, and searched a bit in the "Setup" menu from htop. And removed the "x" from "Hide kernel threads. Now its possible to see which process is taking up the cpu usage. The command "kworker/3:2+pm" is taking round about 83-85% cpu usage. But i dont know what this process is good for. Anybody an idea?
  5. So now i deinstalled all plugins and did a new restart, well without changes. After that i installed back all plugins. What happens with unraid if you boot up in safe mode, besides disabling plugins and the possibility to start the array? albert-diagnostics-20210403-2203.zip
  6. Finally i got time today to restart the system. Alright, hooked up a monitor and restartet into safe mode (no GUI, no plugins). And the 100% cpu usage was gone (Diagnostic attached). After a another restart into normal mode (no GUI), there was again a core locked at 100% (Diagnostic attached aswell). Interesting fact was, after i set up unRAID at the beginning without installing any plugin, there was already this issue. Down below is a picture of htop showing the top cpu processes in normal mode with 100% cpu core usage, aswell a picture of all installed plugins. The Plugin Nerd Tool was only nessecery for the gpu dashboard installation. Unbalance is deactivated. normalmode-albert-diagnostics-20210401-1749.zip safemode-albert-diagnostics-20210401-1744.zip
  7. I tried to search in the forum if somebody else got the same problem. Every other thread where i found the same problem was source of the problem the gui mode. Which was some kind of a bug that i reboots into the gui mode. So i plugged in my monitor and there was only a terminal session. Too bad. Back to zero.
  8. Every 5 minutes? Mh, i was pretty new to the system and tried to learn. Wasted the whole day to get into the system. ATM i set it to an daily base for mover, before it was an hour. Dont know where the 5 minutes come from. An hour ago i already removed the cache option of my "StorageArray", the cache is now exlusive for the "DockerArray". But thx for the explanation, took a while to understand the cache logic in unRAID. Got any idea about the cpu core usage? I completely forgot to attach an screenshot, but i dont think it helps a lot if the diagnostics got already posted: EDIT: well the screenshot is kinda useless, the top part of htop is cut. But it shows that the cpu core is maxed out at 100%.
  9. Sry my fault. Here it is: albert-diagnostics-20210328-1759.zip
  10. Hello everybody, several days ago i migrated from proxmox to unRAID. Sadly i discovered a problem since day one with unRAID on the system. I dont know why, but on of my CPU Cores is pinned at 100%. Directly after a new start and typing in htop its CORE 2 at 100% and after 3 secs it switches to CORE 4. Any idea what causes this problem?