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  1. I have a similar issue with cpu usage being pegged with all VMs stopped and docker stopped. No shares are being accessed, and nothing is being written. CPU load goes up to 51% on a 4 core i7. I've disabled the one file caching plug in. And also noticed, since the -rc1/rc2 releases, disks are never spun own.
  2. Thanks for the info. I nVidia plugin (new one) works great. Though I need a 1660 to use it for my needs. But it does work, I had to restart Docker before it would accept --runtime=nvidia.
  3. I do need it. ZFS is not installed by any other tool, and the nVidia plugin has issues (at least for me) with looooong load splash times, or completely getting stuck. Nevermind, just found the new plugin, I'll try it and see how it goes. Not sure if I need ZFS that much, but would be nice to have. One can wish.
  4. Just need the nVidia modules, and maybe ZFS for playing around. I think the problem is simpler. The kernel did build, but it was -beta35 not -rc1. I'll try again. I assume I have to set beta as true again (regardless of rc1, which technically is not a beta, but a release candidate, but can qualify as a beta for our purposes). Maybe some wording change to say, "If beta or rc, set beta to true). Thanks for the awesome and mainly solid work. Impressive stuff!
  5. I was able to compile fine for 6.9.0-beta35 by pointing to the . But now I can't get it to compile for rc1. Any clues would be great!
  6. You're able to boot *Sense right without using the "Emulated" mode? What happens when you try the Host passthrough? UnRAID has had issues booting FreeBSD, if you look at the threads. I recommend a separate box if you can get one. Looks like you have one already. I'm using an older Intel CPU 4 core i7, and it used to boot fine until a new upgrade stopped it dead. I've tried a few things, but no go so far.
  7. Hi guys, I've got a lot of HW buying planning, in order to upgrade my unRAID server. First up is 10GB. I'd need a switch, was looking at: MicroTik - 10GB 8 port (SPF+) Managed Switch: https://www.amazon.com/MikroTik-Desktop-Gigabit-Ethernet-CRS309-1G-8S/dp/B07NFXN4SS/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=microtik+10gb&qid=1604875746&sr=8-2 For connectivity, I could pick up a 1 or 2port 10GB card from eBay (Intel X520-DA2) https://www.ebay.com/itm/942V6-Dell-Intel-X520-DA2-0942V6-10Gb-SFP-DP-Server-Network-Adapter-Low-Profile/233768415570?epid=228610719
  8. I was trying to avoid using non-standard ports, but that'll do for now. Beats running a VM. Thanks for the reply!
  9. How do you get started with this? My docker-compose file gets hung up on ports 80/443 are the GUI listens to those ports on 0.0.0.0. I tried using a vlan, br0.50, and I get a bit farther, but not much. Any anyone share their compose file or however they did this. please?
  10. Not at all, we use it at Fortune 5 company.
  11. Is it possible to get squashfs and squashfuse included?
  12. I have a lot of them from work. Plugging them in a 2.0 port should work fine.
  13. Thanks for the taking a look. Yes it was a very old USB 2.0 drive from 2008. I have switched the license to a newer drive on a USB 3.0 port, let's see if that works fine. If it doesn't I'll move the drive to a USB 2.0 port.
  14. Hi folks, Every now and then, I see my 2GB SanDisk Flash drive going bananas. For example, I logged on to the UI today and noticed it had errors importing configuration files from /boot/config. SSHing in showed bunch of read errors. So I remounted the drive, and everything came back just fine. [288173.271885] FAT-fs (sda1): Directory bread(block 7861) failed [288173.271886] FAT-fs (sda1): Directory bread(block 7862) failed [288173.271886] FAT-fs (sda1): Directory bread(block 7863) failed [288174.118417] FAT-fs (sda1): Directory bread(block 7856) failed [288174.118419] FA