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  1. @limetech or @jonp Would we be able to get some confirmation that this feature is in the works? I would love to have a setup with 4x 4TB HDD in a cache pool for shares, and some cache only shares like backups/photos etc (stuff that having BTRS bitrot protection is good for) 4x 1TB SSD's in another cache pool for VM's, Docker, appdata. 20x 4TB disks in an array for bulk media storage. (single parity)
  2. Awesome! This would really help with making edits to macOS VM templates
  3. @bonienl Is this something you could add in an upcoming release?
  4. Currently I have hand edited options at the end of my VM XML config, as well as a manually selected network model `<model type='vmxnet3'/>` Example: </devices> <qemu:commandline> <qemu:arg value='one'/> <qemu:arg value='two'/> <qemu:arg value='three'/> <qemu:arg value='four'/> </qemu:commandline> </domain> Could the Template editor keep these custom edits by offering an editable field in the template to add <qemu:commandline>, and also offer a dropdown for the network card to allow selecting a model? Thank you in advanced
  5. Is there any ETA on Unraid 6.7? I am looking forward to the improvements in QEMU 3.1. Could we see Unraid 6.7 as a holiday season release??
  6. +1 to this! I would love to have a fast cache pool for my VM's and Docker, and then another cache pool for my user shares to cache to.
  7. Does anyone know how to have the Unraid GUI stop the macOS VM? I have a High Sierra VM that was created using the latest guides, but It doesn't shutdown when I try to stop it from the Unraid VM GUI.
  8. Plex updated it's transcoder code before ffmpeg v4.0 was released. I am sure the next time it is updated it will get all the stuff in v4.0
  9. That link is old and might not reflect current status. I know it's old because the second screenshot shows "Allow higher bitrate over 3G". This option was removed from recent plex server versions as it is considered obsolete now. The age of the link may or may not validate your position, but I think something more recent must be found / communicated before we take it as fact. It's now updated https://support.plex.tv/hc/en-us/articles/200250347-Transcoder
  10. It is no longer configurable via environment variable, yes, but users can still use the normal advanced setting in Plex Web to change the Transcoder temporary directory https://support.plex.tv/hc/en-us/articles/200250347-Transcoder
  11. Hi Lonix, I feel I should clarify this, Plex removed the ability to set the transcoding temp directory via environment variable, not the ability altogether. Users can still change the advanced Transcoder temporary directory preference via Plex Web. https://support.plex.tv/hc/en-us/articles/200250347-Transcoder
  12. I would just like to add that I can confirm the above findings, using similar files. I am running the latest RC8a with latest Slackware Samba installed. (due to issues with Samba that shipped with the RC). If this can perhaps be looked at before 5.0 final that would be great. - WingmanNZ
  13. I can also confirm, running 2x M1015 LSI cards with 20 disks attached. everything spins up/down nicely without errors.
  14. More followings on this issue. http://article.gmane.org/gmane.linux.scsi/76481
  15. Currently running 3x M1015 LSI cards and have exactly the same symptoms as "PeterB", have rolled back to RC5-r8168 and things are working smoothly again.