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  1. It may be different by application I suppose, but I'm using win10 physical machine to a win10 vm (with an nvidia GPU passed through) and when using RDP the gpu is not detected for hardware encoding in Resolve (or Powerdirector). Using teamviewer it is.
  2. I didn't think using RDP you could get hardware acceleration from your GPU. I found using teamviewer rather than RDP worked better for me.
  3. Has anyone had issues with Sonarr not automatically starting when the array starts recently. All was fine until a couple of days ago and now Sonaar will not auto start. It starts fine if I go and manually choose start from the menu.... Am unsure exactly which parts of the log are current as it doesn't seem to create a new log when it starts, but these are the last entries from when it does not startup. [cont-finish.d] executing container finish scripts... [cont-finish.d] done. [s6-finish] syncing disks. [s6-finish] sending all processes the TERM signal. [s6-finish] sending all processes the KILL signal and exiting.
  4. Conversion to raid0 appears to have worked: Many thanks for your help!
  5. OK so when I click on Cache, I can change that to btrfs. When I click on cache2, it says "unknown" in partition format. Went ahead and changed Cache to btrfs anyway then clicked format. It looks like this worked (see screenshot). Now just need to change to raid 0 i guess.
  6. Attached Diagnostics. tower-diagnostics-20181108-1929.zip Can see this in the logs, is it trying to format one drive as XFS? Nov 8 19:26:34 Tower emhttpd: shcmd (1000): /sbin/wipefs -a /dev/sde1 Nov 8 19:26:34 Tower emhttpd: shcmd (1001): mkfs.xfs -m crc=1,finobt=1 -f /dev/sde1
  7. OK, so I stopped the array, ran the blkdiscard command on both disks, restarted array but see the same error message. Should I have removed them as cache drives first? I'll try that now anyway.
  8. OK, I removed the raid 0 from the bios and added both ssd's as cache drives. Now I see the attached error message. Clicking format does nothing.
  9. Thanks for the quick reply. I don't suppose I have much choice, but is a btrfs raid 0 pool as fast as I would expect (e.g nearly double the speed of a single ssd)? Lee.
  10. I want to use two ssd's in a raid 0 configuration as a cache drive. I created a RAID0 array in the bios of my unraid server, however unraid does not seem to see that - it still sees the individual disks. Is this expected?
  11. Hmm, I've updated the container to the latest and still can't get to rutorrent, just seems to be looping trying to start. Privoxy works fine.
  12. From my observations, the gpu does power down when not in use, however it isn't completely off. When I start a VM that uses the GPU the power consumption (measured at the wall) jumps 100-200watt, even with the vm idle doing nothing. My assumption is that this is the GPU drawing power as the consumption before starting a VM is around 70watt which seems too low if it included GPU draw. The fans on the GPU are on though, so it must be actually powered up. This is an AMD RX480 so its entirely possible that newer GPU's have a way of "powering down" when not in use which older ones do not.
  13. Ah how did I miss that...! Thanks, changed to France and its working now. I think I was confused as I had a different issue related to PIA as well. I could not access their website due to the SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR. After googling it seems this is related to my ISP's WEBSAFE filter, which seems to have started causing issues with PIA from yesterday. After disabling the WEBSAFE filter on my ISP account settings I can now access the PIA website again. Seems too co-incidental that both issues happen at once, but maybe i'm just unlucky!