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  1. Thanks saarg! The other makemkv does not allow me to consistently pass through the ODD. This RDP one, however, works great.
  2. @Djoss - thanks for keeping this most useful docker up-to-date mate!
  3. I do the same at my home. I eventually added parity to the secondary backup server - not because it was required, but because I desired some faulure tolerance on the backup copies.
  4. I'd run Pre-Clear on the drives to ensure they are still good, but seams perfectly good (free?) way to setup local backups. Perhaps via an rsync users script?
  5. I'm not having the restore issue. Have you tried from a different network or computer?
  6. Awesome, thanks again. The Gui polish is nice BTW
  7. good day @limetech Given that under my Flash/Syslinux config I have: append iommu=pt vfio-pci.ids=1b21:0612,1b21:1242 isolcpus=2-4,8-10 initrd=/bzroot *Question 1* Do I need to remove the vfio-pic from the Flash/Syslinxu and instead use the new flashconfig/vfio-pci.cfg BIND=0c:03.0 0d:00.0 03:00.0 Where IOMMU Group 39 [1b21:1182] 0c:03.0 PCI bridge: ASMedia Technology Inc. Device 1182 Group 39 [1b21:0612] 0d:00.0 SATA controller: ASMedia Technology Inc. ASM1062 Serial ATA Controller group 31 [1b21:1242] 03:00.0 USB controller: ASMedia Technology Inc. ASM1142 USB 3.1 Host Controller *Question 2* Should my 2 GPUs need to be added to this as well? group 32 [10de:1c02] 04:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GP106 [GeForce GTX 1060 3GB] group 32 [10de:10f1] 04:00.1 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation GP106 High Definition Audio Controller group 30 [10de:1b80] 02:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GP104 [GeForce GTX 1080] group 30 [10de:10f0] 02:00.1 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation GP104 High Definition Audio Controller BIND=0c:03.0 0d:00.0 03:00.0 04:00.0 04:00.1 02:00.0 02:00.1 *Question 3* Should I remove isolcpus=2-4,8-10 given that I have pinning selected via the GUI Thanks! BTW, initial update looks VERY good Supermicro X10SRA-F Windows 10 VM with 1080 gpu and BT adapater passed through for SteamLink Streaming Windows 10 VM with 1060 gpu, usb adapter, ODD sata controller passed through for production Crashplan docker
  8. Thanks for the update
  9. Hello fine folks - looks like cod42 is back to nagging about the latest update being available... cheers
  10. @saarg I have the /UNRAID path set to mnt/user/ShareName/Folder & the program outputs videos wonderfully to thus location. The only 'minor' issue is that when the container is started, from within the container, for each new ODD the default output folder is within the container itself and I must change this to /UNRAID if I want access to the MKV (and not blow up my Docker image space).
  11. @mdipinto I spent a great amount of time attempting to pass a USB Odd to the makemkv container and failed. Installed this makemkv-rdp container and had it working with the USB ODD within 5 minutes. Note that when you select the output folder from within the program, each time you must select 'UNRAID'
  12. If, over time, the drive bay slowly vibrates out of the case (or worse, into it!) you'll have wished for it to have been properly screwed... Rather than finding that it has screwed you.
  13. C clamps make life so much easier (no metal shards, super easy, non violent). If your going to be removing metal, I would remove EVERYTHING from the case first. FYI, my local Menards, Ace, and autoparts store all stock deep c clamps.
  14. The forum is rife with folks rockn both the Icydock I linked and the iStar trayless unit. I've had experience with both. Note that the iStar has better cable layout, but only uses (if memory serves) 2 power hookups. This is ok, unless you try to force higher performance (power hungry) hdds into the chasis. If your PSU allows for it, use 2 seperate power cables (high quality PSU can get away with using 1 cable). If using the LSI SAS card, will need a SAS to SATA breakout cable. Buy an unused, high quality cable. If using mobo sata ports, still buy new, high quality cables. Do NOT bundle your sata/SAS cables - leave them loose - unless you want to deal with random and highly irritating crosstalk issues