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  1. To get some GPU integration I upgraded to 6.9rc2 and everything went perfectly fine. Everything that I've tested has worked as expected save for 10Gbe transfer speeds which have become slower and unpredictable. I've run iperf3 and found it maxing out at the speeds of my SSD's as it did pre upgrade at 500MBps. Since the 6.9rc2 upgrade I've found my transfers to be erratic with occasional speeds hitting 350MBps but mostly in the 150-225MBps range. I've confirmed that directI/O is still enabled and nothing else has changed. I'm going to turn on jumbo frames for testing but never had them ena
  2. Hi all---I replaced my cache drives the other day and found when i turned back on dockers that nothing was listed at all. So I added back in my templates and that seemed to work just fine save my swag docker. Long story short, I ended up renaming the entire /config folder (which was a LONG time in use from very early letsencrypt days) and and seeing if a complete reinstall worked. Got caught with the rate limit of letsencrypt. Is there a way I can move over the certs that were generated in the old /config structure? Thanks! RESOLVED: In case anyone comes across th
  3. Thank you! That worked just fine--appreciate the help!
  4. Thanks--so just delete, download and use same settings/paths as previous and should be good?
  5. Is this a drop-in replacement for the old Bitwarden? Give it the same name and settings and good to go?? Thanks
  6. I've been running the following for a LONG time (easily 8+ years) and am looking at doing more (virtualization & conversion, maybe gaming) from my system. Here's what I currently have: Supermicro X8SIL x3470 Xeon 16GB ECC 4220 Norco 20x 3.5" HS 2x MV8's 10TB Parity 10x 3-4TB legacy drives that are getting phased out 5x 10TB drives 2x 512GB Samsung EVO SSD Cache My only real requirement is virtualization support, ability to handle more than 1-2 converting streams at a time and my MOST important is Lights out management (iLO, D
  7. Another question for cheesemarathon or others: how are you backing up Bitwarden? I've read multiple GitHub recommendations but a lot of them refer to pulling in a docker that contains the sqlite3 bits etc. Wondering how you would recommend backups cheese? Thanks!
  8. Thanks Cheese!! Great to hear--appreciate your work!
  9. Question regarding Bitwarden---I can see there's a bitwarden_rs here that's forked from the one by dani_garcia. The one by dani_garcia has a Duo version that's what I can only assume is working towards adding the Duo functionality (I'm not a GitHub/programmer so it's mostly Greek to me) but curious if there are plans to ever have Duo working in the Unraid published version? I've subscribed to Bitwarden but would rather host it myself and using Duo would be really nice.
  10. I've found that when accessing Nextcloud via my iOS phone client externally that it takes approximately 30-60 seconds to "wake up" and connect with the server--until then it appears like a non-responsive hung app and clicking various areas of the Nextcloud iOS app do nothing. Internally it connects immediately via the app and website; externally it connects immediately via a browser--this change probably happened close to the 15.0 upgrade. Anyone seen this before and have any insights or places to start looking? Thanks!
  11. It would not surprise me in the least---China is know for their rampant theft of IP. If I was a major decision maker in a corporation with sensitive data I wouldn't be using Supermicro boards.
  12. kizer is spot on--the community here is incredible--I've had my butt saved by incredible members here. I've been using the same license (and same USB key now that I think about it hmmm) since buying a 1TB drive was considered HUGE and cost prohibitive. If you look at the cost of my license over the last decade plus, it's amounted to absolute peanuts.
  13. EDIT: Sometimes typing something out can REALLY help. It occurred to me no more than 10 minutes after publishing this post that these lines jumped out at me: #auth_basic "Restricted"; #auth_basic_user_file /config/nginx/.htpasswd; I commented out those extra authentication steps and IT WORKS! I guess I was close and not as stupid as I thought--would love to hear best practices moving forward and if this approach in sites-conf/default is preferable to /proxy-conf/app.subdomain.conf and what the distinction is. Leaving this here in case it helps someone down the road.
  14. Actually windows gave me a permissions error and when I started poking around I realized I was under disk9/lost+found and not \\tower\lost+found. I'm assuming all I have to do is move the files from \\tower\lost+found to their respective \\tower\sharename and I'll be set no? Or is a more complex move needed? Usershare to usershare if I'm not mistaken...