Darksurf

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  1. That's awesome! It would be nice if we could get a lifespan meter somewhere in the open (it seems my method may be inaccurate and yours would be better). I want to make sure my server uptime doesn't take a bad turn when I need to order an SSD and it takes a week to get here. I'd like some pre-emptive warning/monitoring so I can plan accordingly rather than have items live on a shelf for years. Thanks for the correction! I'm learning something new everyday.
  2. I'm curious if it would be possible to store a MAX TBW for SSDs in the warranty information in the Identity drive info, then have a running comparison of what smartctl shows for nvme/ssds to show how close you are to reaching that maximum so someone would know to prepare for a replacement. You'll see after doing a smartctl -a /dev/nvme0n1 I have a "Data Units Written" of 9.67 TB. This unit has a MAX TBW of 1800. Now, this isn't my cache drive, this is my desktop. But if you're using an SSD as a cache drive, I'm sure you could see how the SSD would quickly deteriorate and fail. My cache SSD on
  3. I really could use this. I use my personal server for an OpenSource Linux project so giving my team members access would be really handy. I'd like to see 1. Multiple users enabled for WebUI (simple checkbox within the user profile would be nice) 2. Different levels of access. (Example: Restart VMs, VM Access, but not Creation/Deletion or root host shell access) 3. Log Users login and change actions (VM/docker reboot, deletion, creation, etc) Just some SMB features could be handy.
  4. @rix Something has broken the docker here very recently makemkvcon is missing from the container which breaks the docker entirely.
  5. Nope, I did notice instability when Overclocking my Memory beyond 2933mhz. After reducing it to 2933Mhz and finding the right timings to put in (my memory is ECC Unbuffered), everything stabilized. I'm using 8x8GB sticks (64G, 1G/thread)
  6. looks like a possible BIOS/UEFI bug issue. have you tried acpi=off when booting?
  7. Is it just the VM that hangs? I've not had this issue. I'm using a Threadripper 3970X and ASROCK TRX40 Creator board. Are you trying to OC memory beyond 2933mhz?
  8. I can't seem to update the plugin even though it tells me there's an update. I tried removing the plugin to reinstall it, and now it still fails so it never installs. plugin: updating: vmbackup.plg Removing package: xmlstarlet-1.6.1-x86_64-1_slonly Removing files: Removing package: pigz-2.3-x86_64-2_slonly Removing files: +============================================================================== | Installing new package /boot/config/plugins/vmbackup/packages/xmlstarlet-1.6.1-x86_64-1_slonly.txz +==============================================================================
  9. I could be wrong, but IIRC Unraid is based on Slackware. The delayed release of 6.9 may have something to do with this magical announcement : https://www.itsfoss.net/slackware-linux-15-0-alpha1-release/ This is pure speculation on my part. I'm super happy and excited to see my first Linux distro is still alive and well! Thank you Slackware for being such an amazing distro over the years!
  10. The ccextractor thing is still an issue as the location settings do not match. ccextractor wasn't installed in /usr/bin/ccextractor. Its been installed in /usr/local/bin/ccextractor . So the errors still exist. I've not added that settings.conf. MSG:5015,131072,4,"Saving 1 titles into directory file:///out/DVD/ADDAMSFAMILY using profile 'Default' from file '/config/default.mmcp.xml'","Saving %1 titles into directory %2 using profile '%3' from file '%4'","1","file:///out/DVD/ADDAMSFAMILY","Default","/config/default.mmcp.xml" MSG:4040,0,1,"Unable to execute external program 'ccextractor
  11. Thanks, this was a blueray, but I've seen it with DVDs as well. I'll give it a test and see how it goes!
  12. @rix Did something change with makemkv? It seems the logs shows an attempt to reach an application called ccextractor which isn't in the docker? MSG:5015,131072,4,"Saving 1 titles into directory file:///out/Ripper/DVD/ARCHIVE using profile 'Default' from file '/config/default.mmcp.xml'","Saving %1 titles into directory %2 using profile '%3' from file '%4'","1","file:///out/Ripper/DVD/ARCHIVE","Default","/config/default.mmcp.xml" MSG:4040,0,1,"Unable to execute external program 'ccextractor' as its path is not set in preferences","Unable to execute external program '%1' as its pat
  13. I know I'm asking a lot. Is it possible to get Unraid 6.9 to LTS kernel 5.10 before full release? Only reason I ask is for the comfort of having an LTS kernel from both support as a user and also for the devs. I'm not gonna be upset if I'm told "no". Just thought I would ask and figured an LTS kernel could benefit the UnRaid team in this release . edit: also, thanks for the RC1 release! it seems to be working well so far! thanks for fixing the dashboard issues!
  14. virtio is the old version of what was renamed to virtio-net. It looks like your syslog is what is exploding and that is most likely because of the errors from the VMs having incorrect network config types (virtio vs virtio-net) blasting that syslog file.
  15. Can you check /var/log? open a terminal and do "ls -hal /var/log" just curious to see what is the largest file(s). Also, seeing a TON of this in your syslog. You need to edit your VM settings from "virtio" to "virtio-net" for network interfaces. Oct 27 22:53:28 mnemosyne kernel: tun: unexpected GSO type: 0x0, gso_size 1448, hdr_len 1514 <----YUCK FIX VM settings Arch <interface type='bridge'> <mac address='52:54:00:9e:3d:49'/> <source bridge='br0'/> <model type='virtio'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x00'