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  1. Is there a specific model of Mellanox ConnectX-2 cards that is preferable for unRAID for 10 Gbe? I've seen multiple versions listed and I want to get the correct type. I intend to do a direct connect between 2 cards. Is there a specific model for of the 2 port version of the card that works well in case I decide to do this with 2 client PCs?
  2. Bridge mode solved it. TYVM.
  3. I think I'm missing something. While following the instructions, I set the port to an unused port and changed the directories. I also had to edit the WebUI string since it was still pointed at 8096. I attached a screen shot of the settings. The instance always fails at start up since it's still trying to use {"EnableUPnP":true,"PublicPort":8096,"PublicHttpsPort":8920,"HttpServerPortNumber":8096,"HttpsPortNumber":8920, And 8096 is already in use. The only way I've successfully used the new instance is to shutdown the original and leave the port at 8096. I was able to get to the set up wizard.
  4. How do I create a separate instance of an Emby docker running with a different /config directory and network port? I tried using Community Applications to add another instance, but it updated the pre-existing instance. I had the revert the changes in the pre-existing instance in order to connect to it again. Why would I do this? It's Emby's recommendation to do this if you have content you don't want everyone to see.
  5. This may be a defect. Description: When you add a drive to the array, it gets formatted. When you start a Dockerized app such as Krusader and view the contents of the new disk on /mnt/diskX, it does not see any files. If you stop and restart the docker service and the app, the app can see the contents of the drive. How to reproduce: Start the unRAID server with a new drive. Add the drive to the array, start the array, and format the drive. Wait for the formatting to complete. From another PC, create a directory on the newly added drive through the DiskX share that's exported. Open a Dockerized app such as Krusader. Expected results: Krusader should see the directory added. Actual results: Krusader does not see the newly added directory. Other information: Stop the Dockerized app and restart the Docker service and start the Dockerized app. It can now see the newly added directory. This happens verify infrequently since adding a new drive is a rare occurrence. It also has an easy work around. A reminder to restart the docker service would be nice.
  6. I ran into the same behavior today with 6.1.9. I started a parity rebuild a removing a drive. When the main page reloaded, the icons for parity (orange triangle) and circles for the data disks were not displayed. When I attempted to refresh the page, it wouldn't load. However, I also could not connect using SSH. I was able to log in using a keyboard and the rebuild was still in process and the array was mounted fine (/mnt/user was populated). After a few minutes, both the GUI and SSH became responsive.
  7. Is there a way to prevent the mover from moving files to a specific drive? In my case, I have shares that use a SMR drive. Since the files could of be questionable quality (and therefore replaced with a better quality version in the future) I would rather mover did not write to that (or multiple drives) and instead write the files to my PMR drives. I'll manually move files to the appropriate disk when I deem the files worthy.
  8. There is the Norco RPM-4308 rackmount case with 8 hot swap trays. It's short depth.
  9. http://sqlitebrowser.org/ I use the Windows version for updating the Plex database as needed. It would be nice to have a Docker version on the server.
  10. I have a question related to removing a drive I'm not going to replace. My Seagate 8TB NAS drive is too loud for my taste with its constant high pitched humming. The desktop version doesn't have this problem. The drive is blank. All I've done is format the disk and run the SMART tests. I am running version 6.1.8. I've looked at the wiki and I would like to know if these are the steps I should follow. After stopping the array, powering down, removing the drive, and powering back on, 1) Perform a new config. At this point do I click Apply or Done? 2) Assign the parity 3) Assign the data drives 4) Start the array
  11. I have a disk that developed a SMART error (198 Offline uncorrectable raw value=1). It will be empty by the time I replace it this week (I'm moving the files from /mnt/disk2 to my other data disks). I will be replacing it with a different brand disk (replacing 4TB WD with a 4TB Seagate). When looking at the Official Documentation on the Wiki, it has a section for replacing a failed disk. Is this the instructions to follow even though my disk was not red balled? Or should I be using New Configuration? If so, is there any documentation on this? The Wiki doesn't appear to cover it except to say to use it. The drive I'm replacing should be empty by that time, so there won't be any contents. I'm using version 6.1.8.
  12. Another one that works with non-ECC memory is http://www.asrockrack.com/general/productdetail.asp?Model=E3C226D2I#Memory
  13. I use http://www.asrockrack.com/general/productdetail.asp?Model=E3C224D4I-14S#Specifications You can choose which ever CPU meets your criteria.
  14. I use the E3C224D4I-14S, works great.