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  1. I came here to ask the same question - any way to get this updated? TIA
  2. I have a slightly out-of-bounds use case for unRAID, I use a small micro server that I ship to my clients, I then connect to it to audit their LAN using an OpenVAS docker and a Kali Linux VM. I've configured the server to auto-start along with the Zero-Tier docker which allows me to bypass any NAT firewalls at the client end - This works great. Now I would like to enable encryption of the data at rest, easily achieved with unRAID's built in encryption. However, once I do that my server no longer auto-starts until the password is entered, which means no Zero-Tier docker and no remote access. So my question is, does anyone have a suggestion of how to get around this? My first thought was a ZeroTier plugin rather than a docker, but I'm not sure if that's possible? Failing that I was thinking maybe it's possible to run a script at boot to setup a reverse shell. -- I figured out a workaround. Don't encrypt the unRAID drives which allows the server to boot and start normally, including the ZeroTier docker. Then SSH in and mount an encrypted 'Unassigned' drive used to store the VM's and reporting data.
  3. I'm experiencing extremely high CPU activity in my Windows 10 VM since upgrading from 6.8.x to 6.9.1, is anyone getting this? The VM is BlueIris CCTV server and uses a pass through NV710 PCI-E GPU for decoding, I've checked that GPU decoding is working, and it is. But even when I stop the BlueIris service, the base VM when idle is consuming 100% of the 3 CPU's assigned to it. Task manager keeps highlighting system interrupts, so I implemented the two known workarounds for those but it hasn't made a tangible difference.
  4. Oh God ....changes all passwords. Thanks so much
  5. My server log keeps filling up with this error: br0: received packet on eth0 with own address as source address xx:xx:xx:x:xx:xx And then eventually slows down to a crawl and becomes inaccessible over the web interface and SSH, the power button still triggers a graceful shutdown. I have two Windows VM's running and nothing but standard plugins and dockers - can anyone point me in the right direction to debug this? I don't have any VLAN's, I have a single NIC with no bonding. Diag data attached.
  6. Would it be possible to update the version of LFTP in nerpack? The 4.8.4 version has a couple of showstopper bugs that are driving me nuts. This one works great: I've been running: upgradepkg --install-new lftp-4.9.1-x86_64-1.txz To get it installed after each boot, but obviously nerd pack is the way to go.
  7. I found these two posts that seem to touch on what I'd like to achieve: But I'm inexperienced with iptables I don't want to screw up my unRAID server. I'll create a test unRAID server and experiment.
  8. Those both sounds great, although a little abstract for my skillset 🙂
  9. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a way to limit which LAN devices can connect to a specific docker? For instance I have a docker running binhex-minidlna and it's broadcasting DLNA services to my entire LAN, I'd like to restrict access to a specific device IP or range of IP addresses.
  10. Excellent - thanks for the sanity check 🙂
  11. I have two unRAID servers, both fully encrypted with LUKS volumes, and both are using the SAME encryption key. Can I move a populated encrypted drive from one server to the other, add it to the array and keep all of it's data intact?
  12. I've managed to get this openvas docker running from the command line but I'm lost trying to figure out how to create a pretty wrapper around it for unRAID's docker page. Can anyone help? Or point me in the right direction? This command line got me up and running: docker run -d -p 10443:443 -e PUBLIC_HOSTNAME=tower.local mikesplain/openvas:9
  13. That's been my experience too 😞 I've fallen back to scripting a graceful shutdown then taking a full backup of the VMs. I really wanted incremental backup files so that I could push them to cloud storage. I need to figure out a workaround.