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  1. ok, I feel stupid now for not realizing this sooner. While taking a look at it a bit closer with some more testing I realized that in fact the audio is sooner than the video and not the other way around as I thought. This suggests an issue with the GUP and oh wonder when I drop the resolution down from 4k to 1080p all the lag is gone. Turns out that the gt210 isn't powerfull enough to run 4k This makes my other problem I posted here much more important. I haven't gotten a response there yet, if any of you have an idea how I can do that I would greatly appreciate it. But for this th
  2. Well I guess it is related to the mobo then. Also it seems like it got better with the system running for a while, might also be me getting used to it. I'll play around with it a bit more and maybe it goes away. Will post again if I have any news.
  3. So I installed the newest version of Unraid on my X99 build which is water cooled. What I want to do is have a windows VM running with the gtx 970 passed through. As x99 doesn't have on-board graphics I picked up a gt 210 as a secondary GPU. Because my system I hard-line water cooled I can't change the slot of the 970. There for it is the primary GPU. With the gt 210 passed through I get an image displayed and can use the Win 10 VM. But when I pass through the 970 I only get a black screen. I guess that has something to do with it being the primary gpu, I don't know though how I could ge
  4. The 0.5 to 1seconds are a rough estimate of how long it takes when I move the mouse until the cursor on screen moves. I see the same effect when I watch a video where the audio is about .5 to 1 seconds delayed (I'm using a scarlet 2i2 usb audio interface). I have also noticed that somitimes the usb devices cut out randomly (not all at the same time) and come back a minute or so later (e.g. right now my mouse doesn't move the cursor but I can type "normally") My reasoning that it has to be the usb side and not the display is that the audio of the video would be sooner rather than later i
  5. I am running Unraid on my x99 System with a 5820k, gtx 570 and gt 210. Now after lot's of trial and error, partly related to a dead PCI-E slot I managed to get my windows 10 vm running with GPU pass through. For some reason I couldn't get it to work with the 970 pass through but I made a separate thread for that. My main issue as the title suggests is that the USB devices I passed through to the VM all have about 0.5 to 1 second delay. This goes for keyboard mice and Audio interface. I am running in usb 2.0 mode in the advanced vm settings as usb 3.0 put out loads of error messages when I
  6. Thanks for your answer. I will try that plugin.
  7. Hi there I just heard about the snapshot feature on FreeNAS and really like it. Is there a way on unRAID to do basically the same thing? Because the parity disk is great in case of a drive failure but it doesn't protect you from user error. So but it would be nice to be able to have a way to recover accidentally deleted files.
  8. As he noticed in his post the tool doesn't tell you if it is good or not. For good measures I ran the repair utility too but nothing changed so I guess a bad file system is not the problem. Do you have any other Idea to solve the issue? Other ways I will probably just copy the files over to another share and delete the problematic one. (I hope this works)
  9. ok, that was easy Here is the report: Phase 1 - find and verify superblock... Phase 2 - using internal log - scan filesystem freespace and inode maps... - found root inode chunk Phase 3 - for each AG... - scan (but don't clear) agi unlinked lists... - process known inodes and perform inode discovery... - agno = 0 - agno = 1 - agno = 2 - agno = 3 - process newly discovered inodes... Phase 4 - check for duplicate blocks... - setting up duplicate extent list... - check for i
  10. The first share (the main problem) uses the cash disk and is located on disc 1. The second share (the one that is acting special) is located on the cash disc because it is used for application data. No I haven't checked the filesystem yet. How do I do that?
  11. No, I don't. I never used the Unraid command line, but if we can solve the problem that way I am happy to learn it. Do you have a link to a good instruction? Btw I noticed something really strange. When the problematic share is set to private I also don't have write permission on a completely different share that is set to public. But when I have the first share (which has nothing to do with the second one) on public I have full read/write permission on the second share.
  12. So I was just experimenting some more and got another clue. When I set the share (the one with the problematic folders) to public I don't have any problem anymore. But when I set it to private and allow only one account to have full read/write permission from unraid it doesn't work anymore, although I am connected with the account that should have read/write permission from unraid.
  13. When the mover was running so long at once I was probably copying the terrabytes of data on the array. The array also was online for over two weeks. Here is the new one: https://www.dropbox.com/s/3ml6yhdc7bm1zr7/media-diagnostics-20160307-2124.zip?dl=0
  14. because the file is to big to attach, here is a dropbox link to it: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4jeoh59r89ekh92/media-diagnostics-20160307-2103.zip?dl=0