Jump to content


Community Developer
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

2 Neutral

About SeeDrs

  • Rank
    Advanced Member


  • Gender

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Here is a plugin I wrote that will compile openvm tools for you as the kernel version changes between unraid version. I've been using it since version Unraid 6.2 and has been working well for me. It will compile it, package it and store it on your flash. The package will then be installed during reboots without the need to recompile. It will only recompile if it detects a new kernel version. I don't plan on maintaining it outside of my personal use, so anyone who wants to run with this, feel free. openVMTools_auto62.plg
  2. I run unraid in an ESXi VM. Since VM's cannot boot via USB, I have to resort to a virtual disk. It would be nice if I could label my virtual disk UNRAID so that it is mounted to /boot instead of the USB key and continue to use the USB key GUID for licensing. This would allow for the built-in update process to write directly to the virtual drive. It also it would eliminate all writes to the USB drive extending it's life. I know this can be accomplished many different ways, so i'll throw out the first few idea on how it could possibly be implemented. Requirement ------------- Label the USB Key that you want to use for the license as UNRAID_KEY. Boot drive continues to be labeled UNRAID GUID Selection Logic: ----------------------- If /dev/disks/by-id/UNRAID_KEY exist then GUID = dev/disks/by-id/UNRAID_KEY else GUID = /dev/disks/by-id/UNRAID If the UNRAID disk label does't exist during boot up, the system will wait up to 60 seconds for it to show up before giving up and continuing. Assuming the same logic should apply to the drive labeled UNRAID_KEY and is not being used, it would not be acceptable to wait. So the system would not wait by default. Placing an indicator on the boot drive could enable the 60 second wait for UNRAID_KEY. It could even been enabled/disabled from the GUI. Thx, SeeDrs
  3. Core2 is pretty slow for Plex transcoding. It's just about half the performance per core recommended by Plex. Plex recommend 2000 CPU Marks per core for acceptable transcoding, the Q8300 is just over 1000. Only audio is being transcoded. Core2 can handle that no prob. The CPU only runs at 10-20% during playback. Either way I just realized plex is not using SMB, So my issue is not the exact same Frank's.
  4. I am also experiencing the same issue with videos stuttering on B15. The same videos streamed fine in B14. Could you post up your CPU, MB and amount of Memory and the device you are using to play your Media? System: Supermicro - C2SEA CPU: Intel® Core™2 Quad CPU Q8300 @ 2.50GH Memory: 3072 MB (max. installable capacity 4 GB) Network: eth0: 1000Mb/s - Full Duplex Direct Steaming of video, transcoding audio via plex (docker) to a roku 3. I have not noticed any streaming issue to my PC.
  5. I am also experiencing the same issue with videos stuttering on B15. The same videos streamed fine in B14.
  6. See http://www.syslinux.org/wiki/index.php/WDSLINUX I use WDS on Windows 2012 R2 with pxelinux.
  7. I found a bug in the email plugin. When saving the ssmtp.conf file with authentication method selected it sets AuthUser in the config file equal to nothing. You must comment out "AuthUser=" in the config file so ssmtp doesn't sent a LOGON request causing it to fail if the servers doesn't have any/require authentication. SeeDrs
  8. pfsense.org I've been using that for a few years.
  9. I started getting the same error once I switched to 5.0beta13.
  10. What version of Unraid are you using and what version of APCUPSD are you using?
  11. goto config > folders and set permissions for completed downloads to 770
  12. I updated the plugin to show the APCUPSD icon under Network Services instead of General Settings, since General Settings only exists in "simpleFeatures-0.9e-unraid-adapted-by-bergwar".