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  1. 100% on this - no real reason this should even exist (so thankful it does) but I am very surprised Limetech isn't looking to pick this up natively. There is a great use case for Unraid to me
  2. need to do more analysis but seems like I am having drive spindown issues with rc5 (as in not spinning down after XX minutes ) - anyone else? Will look into it more but something doesn't seem quite right
  3. you got me - I didn't even notice the nice - multitask failing - thanks!
  4. 4 cores 8 threads - Intel® Xeon® CPU E3-1280 V2 @ 3.60GHz
  5. had some other stuff running so it's not perfect but you can see mprime using 400% CPU and top reporting it wrong in the totals.
  6. I am noticing that the dashboard is correct and top is wrong. Example. I am running mprime which is maxing out my machine and the dashboard is correct. Top shows CPU usage at <3% busy.
  7. I have confirmed my two parity disks and one of my other disks will not spin down unless done manually. It says it does it from the log but the disks are always spinning which won't let the machine shutoff during the schedule. I just see this over and over May 2 17:31:59 MJMS kernel: mdcmd (61): spindown 0 May 2 17:32:00 MJMS kernel: mdcmd (62): spindown 8 May 2 17:32:00 MJMS kernel: mdcmd (63): spindown 29 This was working fine on all versions before 6.5.1 mjms-diagnostics-20180502-1733.zip
  8. On 6.5.1 my drives don’t appear to be spinning g down like they did before so now server won’t shutdown automatically as it should. Seems there is is always a few drives stuck spinning. Will have to dig in more later
  9. I am getting some php errors on the main page: Warning: Use of undefined constant byte11h - assumed 'byte11h' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/unassigned.devices/include/lib.php on line 208 Warning: Use of undefined constant byte10h - assumed 'byte10h' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/unassigned.devices/include/lib.php on line 208 ................................... Seems nobody else is seeing them? If I wrap the byte11h, byte10h in single quotes they go away but seems odd only I am seeing this. mjms-diagnostics-20180315-1308.zip
  10. Looking at this: Dec 29 08:35:07 MJMS kernel: usb 1-1.4: device descriptor read/64, error -110 It appears to be a power issue - wondering if something is done differently in the later kernel that is causing some dip in power. I am using the on-board internal USB port which I have been using forever. Will dig more into it later I guess
  11. I could try that if Limetech wants to grant my licenses to a new USB stick but seems rather odd to me that it works perfectly fine in all other versions besides 6.4