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  1. remati

    Unraid OS version 6.6.0-rc2 available

    Let me know how it goes! I'm hoping this new kernel in unraid gets it going.
  2. remati

    Unraid OS version 6.6.0-rc2 available

    4.18 Kernel!? Looks like iGPU passthrough for Coffeelake will now be possible. Has anyone tried it yet?
  3. I just added an NVME drive in my unassigned devices. Will unRAID's TRIM schedule pick it up automatically?
  4. My Windows 10 VM seems to have decent audio after applying the MSI fix but my macOS VM still has issues. After doing a bit of research I came across this article https://blog.linuxserver.io/2018/01/05/how-to-fix-crackly-audio-with-qemu-libvirt-windows-10-and-pulseaudio/ that explains forking your own QEMU with an improved PulseAudio driver. Has anyone tried this? Is it possible with unRAID?
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    m.2 drive for domains user share only?

    Thinking about it now I suppose having an SSD/m.2 drive in the array would de-sync the parity since trim would cause issues. I wish in the VM settings page we could change the "Default VM storage path" to be an unassigned drive. I haven't tried it yet but I'm assuming when editing the VM templates the "Auto" setting would revert back to the "/mnt/user/domains/ " folder path?
  6. Excuse me if I'm an idiot but how do I go about setting an m.2 drive as my domains folder? In my setup I would like to keep my SSD drive as the cache drive while keeping my virtual machines in my separate m.2 drive. I see posts about people using unassigned devices for their m.2 drives but how would do I tell unRAID to use that for the /mnt/user/domains folder only? Do I assign the m.2 drive into the array and adjust the user share folder to only use Disk X (X being the m.2 disk) while adjusting the other shares to exclude disk X? Or is there a way to just tell unRAID to use this unassigned disk as a specific user share?
  7. remati

    [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    Can I request that feature? ?
  8. remati

    [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    Is there a way to set which ovpn file to use in the docker settings? My VPN provider has multiple servers i.e. lax1.vpn.com and lax2.vpn.com and I have saved a few of them to the deluge/openvpn folder. Would just like to specify which one to use when starting the docker. Thanks in advance!
  9. remati

    Docker requests

    I suggest/request a unraid safe docker based on MegaSync https://github.com/TuRDMaN/megasync
  10. remati

    [Support] Djoss - Firefox

    Looks like there is an extra parameter "--shm-size 2g" already. Will this shm-size limit firefox to 2gb or should I use "--memory=2G" instead?
  11. remati

    [Support] Djoss - Firefox

    Is there a way to limit how much ram this firefox or docker can use?
  12. Is there a "Message Signaled Interrupts" fix for OSX? I'm getting crackling audio from my High Sierra VM. I applied the MSI fix on my Windows VMs and that has fully solved the issue there. I'm hoping I can do the same thing on MacOS.
  13. Does telegraf support NVMe drives? I don't see stats on my samsung nvme in the influxdb being recorded.
  14. remati

    unRAID OS version 6.5.2 available

    I had to downgrade from Coffee Lake to Skylake when I couldn't get the integrated graphics to pass through. Looking forward for the new kernel in 6.6 for this! ?
  15. Looks like the Samsung 970 Pro nvme drives are out now if you want the latest and greatest. I'll will be replacing my current cache drive which is the famous $99 Black Friday Crucial MX300 750GB sata drive. The new Samsung 970 Pro 512GB nvme drive is smaller but I need the speed for my virtual machines so I just put an order in for one. I know everyone here would recommend dual cache drives in a BTRFS pool so I'll probably order another one soon. I hear along with redundancy with dual matching cache drives you also get faster speeds.