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  1. Tybio

    Notes about Supermicro X11SCA-F

    Confirmed, Supermicro has stated this is the expected behavior...you can't have a remote console and iGPU. I think I'll likely be in the market for a P2000 at some point later this year, looking toward the next release of Ryzen or TR. If I'm going to have all these limitations, I might as well go for PCI-E lanes so I can work around them....sad to say.
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    Notes about Supermicro X11SCA-F

    I'll keep you updated on the IPMI...and I also agree on the VM solution, it has some down-sides, but honestly...it is looking like a VM with a P2000 would have been a much better solution for this moment in time...then I could have remote console, and gone with any CPU I might like down the road
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    Upgrade Time - Thoughts?

    You nailed it ;). Nothing to add to the video or the stream limitation...those are the reasons!
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    Notes about Supermicro X11SCA-F

    So I've been working with Supermicro on the IPMI problem, and bad news. Right now it seems you have a choice...use the BMC's Video adapter and get remote console /OR/ use the iGPU. If you use the IPMI video adapter, you don't seem to have access to the iGPU once the OS is booted... This is a REAL issue for me, one I'm working with their support team to sort out...but at this point, it looks like remote console OR hardware transcoding...but not both. I hope there is a way around that or this board was freaking pointless :).
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    [6.7.0-rc1] Networking Issue

    It's been rock solid on 6.6.0....erg. Perhaps this weekend I'll re-seat and try 6.7.0-rc1 again.
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    [6.7.0-rc1] Networking Issue

    Interesting, let me stress it out on 6.6.0. It has been working flawlessly in 6.5.0 since I finished the build over a month ago.
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    [6.7.0-rc1] Networking Issue

    Net dropped again, without using Plex. I'm at a loss here so going to revert back until a bright idea shows up.
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    [6.7.0-rc1] Networking Issue

    Enabled docker, let it sit for a bit and all seemed fine, then started playing something from Plex and network dropped again. I'm not sure what sort of causal relationship I can draw here, but I'm trying to help isolate things. storage-diagnostics-Docker-Enabled-Net-Failed.zip
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    [6.7.0-rc1] Networking Issue

    Ok, I rebooted...grabbed a diags before doing anything. Dissabled docker and grabbed another diag. I'm now leaving it in this state for a bit, to see if network drops...then I'll re-enable docker to confirm my working theory. storage-diagnostics-Docker-Disabled.zip storage-diagnostics-Docker-Enabled.zip
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    [6.7.0-rc1] Networking Issue

    Right, that was a red herring. I enabled docker and lost net again. Getting some diags before I revert.
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    [6.7.0-rc1] Networking Issue

    Just rebooted, and eth2 is once more "up" and the option to "Port down" is there. Is it possible I've got something miss-configured somewhere?
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    [6.7.0-rc1] Networking Issue

    Moving over here from the release thread. My system boots clean and comes up, then ~10 minutes into operation it loses network. I have 2 connections: 1> eth0: 10GB with unraid IP address 2> eth2: 1GB MB port shared with IPMI Under 6.6.0 eth2 was configured "down" in unraid When I upgraded to 6.7.0-rc1 I had to shut down dockers/vms and "port down" it again. I think that's the end of this, but let me reboot with it down and connected and ensure it sticks.
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    Unraid OS version 6.7.0-rc1 available

    Just lost net again, nothing in the syslog. Might have to revert back to 6.6.0, anyone have any ideas for information to gather from CLI before I do so? Edit: Odd, I have eth0 (10GB card) as my main interface, but I also have eth2 connected (IPMI is shared on this) but "down" in the network config. It came up that way, but now I'm seeing eth2 as "UP". That might explain things as now I have 2 ethernet ports active on the same segment and (perhaps?) with the bridge setup I'm creating a loop that is getting blocked.
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    Unraid OS version 6.7.0-rc1 available

    Ok, I got the upgrade done, but after about 10-20 minutes the system lost network. I've got a console hooked up now so if it happens again I can do some digging...but it looks like something went wonky in the network setup (Server could not ping anything, and nothing could ping server).
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    Unraid OS version 6.7.0-rc1 available

    Shouldn't be, Just a switch between the server and myself. Other popups work fine...like the Log window. Let me play a bit I guess, perhaps a reboot....so sad.