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  1. Man I always read the release notes too. Don't know how I missed that. Thank you! craigr
  2. Sorry if this has been covered, but how are we supposed to run automated backups of the USB boot drive now? In Appdata Backup/Restore v2 it clearly states, "NOTE: USB Backup is deprecated on Unraid version 6.9.0 It is advised to use the plugin instead." However, I have searched for this " plugin" in CA with no luck and have googled many variants also with no luck. What's the deal? Right now I continue to use Appdata Backup/Restore v2 for USB backup despite the fact that it's deprecated. Thanks, craigr
  3. Back to showing 1000 Mbps 😞
  4. I'm having the issue with cacert.pem. I replaced the modified cacert.pem file, but it does not help me. I am unable to upgrade to 21.1 when prompted. Any ideas? Spaceinvader to the resque again: Thanks craigr
  5. I just unplugged and re-terminated the CAT6 cable between the switch and unRAID and now have this again. Thanks, craigr
  6. Well it's happening again. I have screen shots of iperf3 after running, but must admit that I usually get above 9 Gbits/sec, but not right now for some reason. Screen shot of the unRAID info window and a screen shot of my ICX6450 switch showing a 10G connection. Thanks, craigr
  7. Thanks. I have been waiting for this to happen again as it used to be a regular occurrence. However, my server has been up for 81 days without reboot and still reports 10000 Mbps. It used to always start reporting 1000 Mbps within a few days so I have no idea what changed. I'll report back if this ever shows up again and post a log. Thanks all, craigr
  8. Running 6.9.2 and my full hardware info is in my signature. I am using an Intel X550-T2 NBASE-T network adaptor. When I first startup unRAID the System Information correctly reports 10000 Mbps, but after some time unRAID will report 1000 Mbps. My Brocade ICX6450 correctly reports a proper 10G connection and iperf3 (from nerd tools) confirms that unRAID is truly using the full 10G. It seems to just be a reporting error by unRAID and that the system is actually at 10000 Mbps. Thoughts? craigr
  9. Could you please point out where in the release notes where the workaround is. I have looked and do not see it. Sometimes release notes become scatter. I looked at these: I can't get pihole to run with the custom servers. I'd like to get that working, but for now I have just substituted and Thanks, craigr
  10. I'd really appreciate a link, thanks. I'd like to know because I am not sure I understand. When the container launches it does so quickly so I don't think it's downloading any updated version or anything. For me, with the official PLEX docker it was the only repository that actually allows me to get the PLEXPass version properly. I now have been suspecting this may be why I wasn't having issues when others were. Kind regards, craigr
  11. If you are running the official PLEX docker and want to run the PLEXPASS version, you should also change your repository to: plexinc/pms-docker:plexpass craigr
  12. Nobody know what tape goes on those cables typically? Any insight would be welcome! craigr
  13. Could somebody enlighten me please? What kind of tape is it that you typically find on SAS to SATA cables? It's some kind of fabric tape and I'd like to get some to make custom cables, but I also want to be sure I get the right tape so that it holds up. I mean is this it",+High+Temp+Wire+Harness+Wrapping+Tape%2C+Black+Adhesive+Fabric+Tape%2CNoise+Damping+Heat+Proof+(19MM+×+25M)(2+Rolls)&qid=1618521057&sr=8-1 Thanks, craigr
  14. Yeah, it doesn't matter if the file or directory is there or not, just create it. You can use: touch /boot/config/modprobe.d/i915.conf Or simply navigate to the directory in your FLASH share and use Windows or whatever OS you are running. I did it in my VM's GUI. craigr