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  1. Thanks for this Guide - works fine on my old owl 👍 ...but now, the CPU-Power is obsolete WAAAHAHA 🤣
  2. I did a short pause of approx. 1min The strange thing is, after 8h and before the pause, the time was already incorrect - real time was over 9h at this point... But it must have something to do with the break, because today I used it for the first time and the time is completely wrong
  3. I just ran a parity check here Start: 5:50 End: 0:40 Duration: 18 hours 50 minutes Unraid only shows 17 hours 31 minutes - that can't be ... (?)
  4. My Sys is used by 11(!) Family Members and in this case, a "Beta-Version" is not an option - but i understand the argument... So it seems that it will be longer before we see a 6.9 stable...
  5. My dear forum members, I have already asked several times whether the new Intel platform with Socket 1200 is supported by unraid or not. To date I have not received a response. Since I don't feel like using an old S-1151 v2 platform and still don't know whether the new platform is supported, the following question arises: Is this company (Limetech) at the end? Hardware lists are unavailable or hopelessly out of date - a strange situation ... What's wrong with the support? It's been ages since the last stable release and somehow it's not going well. The old hardware disappears from the market and the new is apparently not supported. A bad situation. Perhaps a Limtech employee could give a brief statement about what's really going on here. Thanks and Greetings
  6. Using 2x Asus XG-C100C Direct link between my server and the workstation - no problems. Beware: The Cards dont have WOL
  7. Its a Cable-Problem - wrong cable... use a CAT7 at least.
  8. You can also use the Asus XG-C100C (Marvell/Aquantia AQtion AQC107) but be aware: There is no WOL on this NIC!
  9. S3-Sleep .... 4W Boot (peak 2sek) .... 220W No-Load all HDDs OFF .... 49W Full-Load all HDDs OFF .... 88W No-Load all HDDs ON .... 93W Full-Load all HDDs ON .... 131W Parity-Check .... ~ 120W Transcoding 1x 720p .... ~ 65W Transcoding 2x 720p .... ~ 80W
  10. Another approach is a WOW broadcast (Wake On WAN) like the one I set up. My router is an IPFire. Your router / firewall must support this. A WOL packet is sent (over Android) to the router, which is then forwarded by the firewall - no VPN or unraid/router-login needed. Why a broadcast? Because a WOL packet cannot be routed. The "magic" behind this is that you send the WOL-Packet over any port - lets say 37000 - and then the Router forwards it to Port 9 to your unaid. But as I said, your router must also support that.
  11. What is the Mainboard of your Win10 PC? Where is the NIC connected? I am using two very old Boards - an ASRock Z77 Extreme4 (unraid) and an ASRock H97M Pro4 with 2x ASUS XG-C100C. The Cards are connected to a PCIe 2.0 x4 (H97) and PCIe 3.0 x8 (Z77) Throughput 1200MB/s or 9600MBit - no Jumbo-Frames. So there must be something wrong with your config or your hardware (Mainboard/NIC/Cable etc.)
  12. Have you ever seen a BIOS-Screen? There is no Option "XMP yes/no" - only two Settings: XMP or AUTO - you have to set it to "Auto"
  13. Switch you BIOS-View to "Advanced Mode" (F6) Go to the RAM-Settings and set the Frequenzy to 2400 - and leave the Option to "Auto" - this is only for the Preset - you can still change every RAM-Setting by hand as well - and DONT use XMP! XMP means "Extreme Memory Profiles" > overclocking.
  14. Your RAM is running at 2666MHz? Then it's overclocked. The Stock RAM Frequ of the i7-7700K is DDR4-2400 - so change it at the BIOS "by hand" and then do a MemTest. FYI: Supported RAM-Type: DDR4-2133/2400 or DDR3L-1333/1600 @ 1.35V https://ark.intel.com/content/www/de/de/ark/products/97129/intel-core-i7-7700k-processor-8m-cache-up-to-4-50-ghz.html