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  1. Thanks, I will wait and see if the developers confirm if its a problem.
  2. Thanks for checking, I am running the latest BIOS/BMC versions
  3. Bare metal hardware info Motherboard:ASRockRack - E3C236D2I Processor:Intel® Xeon® CPU E3-1240 v5 @ 3.50GHz HVM:Enabled IOMMU:Enabled Cache:L1 Cache = 128 kB (max. capacity 128 kB) L2 Cache = 1024 kB (max. capacity 1024 kB) L3 Cache = 8192 kB (max. capacity 8192 kB) Memory:32 GB (max. installable capacity 32 GB)
  4. Greetings Issue: I'v been trying 6.7-rc2 and 6.7-rc3 and notice server USB keyboard does not work after UNRAID boots and shows a login prompt. I know it's not the keyboard, it works find when in the BIOS setup. Also the IPMI (iLO) remote control keyboard does not work either after UNRAID boots. Solution: Down graded back to version 6.6. Attached USB keyboard and iPMI both function as expected. The "ENTER" key now does nothing after UNRAID boots up in normal/safe mode. It used to refresh the login prompt when you hit enter in prior versions. I mistook it for the system being hung and the keyboard was not working at all. You can enter the login name "root", the "ENTER" key works as normal. tower-diagnostics-20190213-1840.zip
  5. unraid is not a router. When placing a VM on a VLAN, it is a single host on a single network. Layer 2 VLANs logically separate the layer 3 subnets from subnets on the same physical device. You need a router connect to all VLANs to route IP traffic from the VM to each other and if need be, provide DHCP services for each VLAN from a router or DHCP server. Hope this helps
  6. I'm interested in the answer to that as well. I suspect the answer is No => my original thought was that this is what they wanted to do, which is why I suggested setting bridge mode ... which I believe WOULD allow that. But I suspect with the bonded "broadcast" setting the two networks only "see" the server. The answer would be "NO" The server is not configured as a router. Server has (2) Network Interface Cars (NICs) NIC #1 172.16.1.10/24 NIC #2 192.168.1.10/24 (Gateway 192.168.1.1) Any devices on the 172.16.1.0/24 network would NOT be able to communicated with other devices on the 192.168.1.0/24 through 172.16.1.10 host. The devices on the 172.16.1.0/24 network have their gateway set to 172.16.1.1. The 172.16.1.1 router does not have a route for the 192.168.1.0/24 network. Also the server is not running some type of routing protocol. The server can communicated with devices on either network for it is directly connected to it. For communications out to the internet, it will do so via its configured default gateway
  7. VMware released an update to 5.5 on 12/8. Has anyone tested these updates for the issue? ESXi-5.5.0-20151204001-standard (Build 3248547)
  8. Unfortunately, I am getting exactly the same error message. Any ideas? I ran into the same issue. It appears that the sas2flash is a 32 bit executable file, not a 64 bit version. I built a separate 5.x unRaid USB drive and copied the linux SAS2Flash and firmware/bios files to it.
  9. Seagate Barracuda 7200.14 ST3000DM001 3TB 7200 RPM RPM 64MB Cache SATA 6.0Gb/s 3.5" Internal Hard Drive http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148844 use Promo Code: EMCYTZT3444 Expires 5/16/2013
  10. Bob Success!! I was able to transfer a 7G file to unRAID and on to the cache drive and no PSOD. I need to do more testing. It used to crash when TM ran on my MacBook. Is this the best way to move the drives from the MB SATA ports (RDM) to the SASLP controller (pass-through)? [*]verify that unRAID parity is good [*]bring down the array [*]shutdown the unRAID guest [*]move the RDM files in the datastore/unraid folder to a temp folder (done via ssh) [*]shut down the ESXi host [*]disconnect the MB SATA cables from the drives [*]connect the SASLP cables to the drives [*]power up the ESXi host [*]power up the unRAID guest (array off) [*]verify that unRAID sees ALL the drives [*]start the array [*]verify parity and test Thanks again for everyone's help.
  11. Beta Yes, I have it in the bottom slot. For the ASUS P8H77-I Motherboard has a single "PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 slot". Hopefully that is not a show stopper.
  12. Thank you! I will try that today after work and post back the results.
  13. This forum is great! Such great help. Beta I ssh into into the ESXi host and used vi to edit the file. Bob Not sure how to do that. Can you provide a link on how to do it? Thanks for the quick response.