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  1. I am not sure. I am just a regular user too. Maybe you can thumbs up the PR in GitHub? Not sure that'll help. I don't know how to reach the official developers to ask them...
  2. I submitted the PR a while ago. They haven't replied to it. I've been using it on my install and it works great. Hopefully they merge it.
  3. Before anyone calls me out for this, yes, I am posting this in a few places to get a wide spectrum of feedback. Right now I have 3 computers. That's how I have always done it. But I recently learned I can pass-through GPU to a VM which opens up some possibilities. I don't know if I will actually do it but if I did I am trying to figure out what kind of system spec I would need for a single system powerful enough to handle replacing my 3 individual ones. Right now I have: HP Pro Desk 600 G4 Specs: i5-8500 32 GB RAM (max 64) 256 GB NVME (pool) 4 TB HDD (array disk) Use: Unraid Samba storage for my home devices Docker containers (SyncThings and Plex) I have a very small movie library so I don't need a lot of power or storage (as long as I can do HW transcoding) HP T730 Thin Client pfSense Intel NUC Specs: 6th generation i5-6250U 16 GB RAM 128 GB m.2 for OS Use: Basic web browsing and web development Must drive 3 monitors: 1x DP, and 2x HDMI My thought would be to get one system to run Unraid, with VMs for pfSense and my main desktop with GPU passthrough for the 3 monitors. What kind of computer/system/server spec would I need? Thoughts?
  4. Can't you just create a volume mapping in your Docker config? But won't you lose a lot of data if you reboot?
  5. Got it. Thanks. I couldn't find anything that said "Global Share Settings" and I found a few different places to set minimum free space so I wasn't sure. Plus what I see on that screen doesn't look like his screenshots so I wanted to make sure. Thanks!
  6. First, I have to say that the more I use unRAID the more I love it. 60 bux is just not enough for how awesome and capable unRAID is. The IGD support thread sticky is from 2016 and has 7 pages -- going through it was a bit chaotic. I couldn't confirm if it does or doesn't work and didn't want to muddy that thread. I have an HP Pro Desk 600 G4 with: i5-8500 32 GB RAM Intel® UHD Graphics 630 2x DP and 1x HDMI out Will I be able to create a Windows 10 VM and passthrough through the processor graphics with all 3 video outs so I can run 3x monitors? I'm not gaming -- just emails and web development.
  7. I think I am missing something. Isn't /tmp of unraid already in RAM? So wouldn't setting /transcode in container to /tmp in unraid already have Plex use RAM for transcoding?
  8. Where is this setting? I cannot find anything that matches the screenshot? What am I missing?
  9. Why do you have this? Where did you see to add this? I have the same graphics and I don't see anywhere that I need to use that?
  10. I moved to a new unRAID box but I did not copy settings over (for reasons). On my new setup, Docker settings show that it is using the same IP/subnet as my main/home network. I swear it wasn't like this on my previous install. When I set containers to bridged, they are not getting internal IPs. I feel like I am missing something or doing something wrong?
  11. When you add a container you specify things like the repo, port mapping, volume mapping, etc... Where is that information stored? In what file?
  12. When you add a container you specify things like the repo, port mapping, volume mapping, etc... Where is that information stored? In what file?
  13. I forgot now, but aren't Docker and VM enabled by default on a new install? I feel like it was when I installed...
  14. I'm running unRAID on an Intel NUC with: 128 GB M.2 SSD 2 TB SATA HDD I am moving my unRAID server to another computer and moving the 2 TB SATA HDD with it. The 128 GB SSD needs to stay in the Intel NUC. The mover has ran and there isn't anything on the 128 GB SSD. I don't know what steps I need to take to do this properly? My initial thought was to change all my share configurations to not use cache. Is that all?
  15. Okay so I think I am missing something. The hostname is getting set but two Docker containers both using Bridge network can't resolve each other's hostnames. When I was using Docker Compose all I had to do was set the hostname and then another container could resolve the IP of that container using hostname. Is there a way to get this to work with unRaid?
  16. Doh! I didn't even see that advanced view link in the top right corner. Thank you!
  17. Would you mind explaining how? Because I cannot find any `hostname` option in advanced.
  18. The Fix Common Problems plugin says there is a bug in 6.1.9 and 6.2b21 that will re-enable the FTP server on reboot. I know the general opinion is it is a non issue as long as there are no users defined but I am working on an enhancement to address the security issues with the users. Either way, I think it happens because /etc/inetd.conf is replaced on reboot and in the stock one the ftp line is not commented out. ftp stream tcp nowait root /usr/sbin/tcpd vsftpd If someone can help me confirm this I can see about fixing it on the FTP enhancement I am working on. My thought would be to save some FTP enable/disable status in /boot/config/vsftpd.cfg and then something in /boot/config/go that would read it. But I don't know if that is the right approach?
  19. I am pretty sure this is because /etc/inet.d is overwritten on reboot and in the default/stock one the ftp line is not commented out.