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  1. I'm having an issue where unraid is saying there's an update available for linuxserver/transmission:latest, but when I apply the update it's the same version that's already installed. After the "install" the update prompt goes away until I check for docker updates again, at which point I'm prompted to update again. I tried uninstalling and installing the docker via community apps, but the problem persists. Has anyone run into this or have any ideas to fix it? EDIT: I should also mention that this isn't happening for any of my other docker containers.
  2. If you toggle the advanced view and remove the false values, you can get it working until a permanent fix is made.
  3. Any word on this showing up in community apps?
  4. I have this running on br0 with a static IP, and it's been working great.
  5. I looked into this, and it turns out this isn't related to nvme drives. It looks like drives mounted via the unassigned devices plugin don't get included in the exclude list, but they are included in the autofan script. I think it's a discrepancy between the different ways drive info is being fetched.
  6. FYI, for the autofan plugin, the new exclude disks feature doesn't list nvme drives. I'm going to take a look later and potentially submit a PR for it.
  7. I submitted a pull request to add nvme support. Please take a look at it when you have a chance.
  8. That makes sense. Is there any plan to do that? Thanks.
  9. Hi, I'm having an issue with the auto fan control plugin. The problem I'm having is that the plugin seems to be incorrectly sensing the temperature of one of my drives. The drive in question is an nvme drive mounted via the unassigned devices plugin. When the nvme drive is the only spun-up drive, the auto fan control plugin says that it's decreasing the fan speed because the hottest drive is 32 fahrenheit. The problem with this is that at the time the drive was actually 91 fahrenheit. I have an hdd also mounted via unassigned devices and auto fan control plugin adjusts the fan speed based on its correct temperature. It occurs to me that 91 fahrenheit is roughly 32 celsius. Not sure if that's of any significance. Any help with this issue will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. EDIT: The nvme drive is now at 97 fahrenheit, and auto fan control still reports it at 32 fahrenheit. Strike the celsius thing I guess.
  10. Hi, I use the dynamix auto fan plugin to control my case fans based on the hard drive temperatures. After the recent UD update, the auto fan plugin is reporting the temperature of my nvme drive, mounted by UD, as 32 fahrenheit while the UD gui reports it at 91 fahrenheit. I'm guessing the 32 is actually celsius, but that's just a guess. I'm not sure where the issue lies, but since UD just released an update related to nvme temperatures, I figured I'd start here. Any help resolving this will be greatly appreciated.
  11. I do not have cookies disabled, but I did some digging around and have a suspicion as to what the problem is. It looks like 2 unassigned-complete-view cookies are being set, each with a different path value. When the cookie is set from the main tab, the path is the root "/", but when setting the cookie from the UD page, the path is "/Main". Once the cookie with the path "/Main" is set, the UD interface on the main tab always reads from that cookie, but still writes to the cookie with the root path. I haven't tested, but I imagine always setting the the path to the root will resolve the issue. You can specify this in the options. $.cookie('unassigned-complete-view', value, {path: '/'}); By the way, I'm using the latest version of Chrome.
  12. Minor Bug Report I noticed that when I toggle the complete/simple switch from the main tab, the setting doesn't save. If I refresh the page after toggling, the switch is back to its original state. If I go to the UD page through the plugins tab, and toggle the switch, the setting does save and the state persists in the main tab. I'm making an assumption that this is a UD issue and not some conflict specific to my system. It would be great if someone else could confirm the behavior I'm describing.
  13. After one of the recent updates, I started having issues with detection of one of my drives handled by UD. Specifically, this is an NVMe drive (Samsung EVO 960). The problem I'm having is that my drive is now listed as missing under the historical devices, but it also shows up under unassigned devices with the option to format it. The volume for this drive is still mounted and data that was stored on the volume is still accessible. I've seen a lot of chatter about NVMe here in recent posts. Is this a known issue that is being worked on?