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  1. My Unraid server has evolved over time and my requirements don't fully apply anymore when I originally built it. At that time, I didn't have a GPU nor did I have a LSI RAID card. So I looked for a CPU with a built in GPU and a motherboard with a ton of SATA connectors since my Rosewill case has support for quite a few drives. 4 years ago, it was hard to find a motherboard that fit all the requirements. Lastly, I wanted IPMI support for remote administration. I ended up with: Motherboard: Supermicro X10SLM-F motherboard CPU: Intel Xeon E3-1246 v3 3.50GHz
  2. In my example where my setup is this: unraid server has IP of 192.168.1.2 VM has IP of 192.168.1.100 When connected via wireguard my unraid server is 10.253.0.1 If i make the change to "Remote access to LAN", what is the IP of the VM? Is it just addressed with 192.168.1.100 still and counts on no network conflict?
  3. I have wireguard setup with "Remote access to server" so my laptop can access my unraid server. I'm trying to understand how to access a VM that's running on unraid, but has it's own IP. For example, my unraid server has IP of 192.168.1.2 and my VM has IP of 192.168.1.100. For my wireguard tunnel and client setup, my unraid server then is accessible via 10.253.0.1. How do I access the VM? Do I need to have it also connect as it's own Wireguard client? I'm confused because when I read the first post it talks about VMs being accessible but I'm not sure
  4. I'm getting same error "Unable to connect to backup.unraid.net:22". I don't see anythign obviously wrong anywhere in my firewall.
  5. I noticed this entry come up occasionally in my syslog and wondering if it's anything to worry about. I'm not totally sure what it's indicating. The unraid system is not informing me of any SMART errors or anything on that drive which is in my 2 drive cache pool. Apr 19 03:27:07 Tower kernel: blk_update_request: I/O error, dev sdc, sector 111948688 op 0x0:(READ) flags 0x80700 phys_seg 126 prio class 0 Apr 19 03:27:07 Tower kernel: ata2.00: failed command: READ FPDMA QUEUED Apr 19 03:27:07 Tower kernel: ata2: SError: { HostInt PHYRdyChg 10B8B LinkSeq DevExch } Apr 19 03:27:07 Tower k
  6. I have a working Windows 10 VM that I've been running for months. I noticed a different option for the "network model" in VM options where I now see both "virtio" and "virtio-net" options. I was using "virtio". I wanted to experiment if this would help network perf by trying "virtio-net" but if I make that change the VM cannot start. My logs show this error: 2021-04-07T17:59:45.810300Z qemu-system-x86_64: -device pcie-pci-bridge,id=pci.6,bus=pci.1,addr=0x0: Bus 'pci.1' not found Any ideas what's going on?
  7. I’m having weird behavior when trying to update this. When I start the update process, My SMx1500 powers off, then back on. The display says something about firmware being updated for a few seconds then it powers off immediately. My windows laptop app is showing the progress at 7% with no additional progress even after waiting 5 mins. UPS still isn’t turning on.
  8. I answered my own question. The answer is Yes
  9. When you update the firmware on an APC UPS, I’ve got an SMT 1500 model, does it cut power to all connected devices at any point? Or is power continuous?
  10. Do you by any chance have an ad blocker installed? If so make sure you disable it
  11. Somewhat related to this thread since this is all about APC SmartUPS and Unraid Anyone figured out how to update the firmware from command line without connecting the UPS to a windows box? I don't have a windows PC in my house at all. I've tried to pass through the device connected to my mac into a windows VM, but it's not working. The APC Firmware updater doesn't see the device.
  12. For those using AirConnect container: Is there a way to change the config so that I can disable some speakers? For example, i'm having some duplicates appear for my sonos speakers that support AirPlay already. Reading the AirConnect github docs, there is a mention of a config.xml file that's created but I don't see any config path set in the docker container so am assuming the file is within the docker container itself which means it's blown away each upgrade. Also, I have no idea where this file is within the container when i'm exploring via console
  13. I used to use nvidia unraid to get hardware transcoding in plex container, but now that is broken due to changes in the nvidia unraid plugin support since it's deprecated and I am waiting on Unraid 6.9 which will have the drivers baked in. However, I'm on Unraid 6.8.3 right now, so now sure if i can get nvidia gpu acceleration working in Tdarr? I tried to run one plugin that uses NVENC and get the error: Cannot load libnvcuvid.so.1 Sorry if this is a stupid question, but do I need to get the drivers supported into unraid to get this working (so Unraid 6.9)? Or is t
  14. I just became a patreon supporter. How do I install the pro_latest version in unraid when using the tdarr_aio version?
  15. I have a bunch of custom scripts on the flash drive through the User Scripts plugin that I'd like to backup on a regular, versioned, basis. Wondering what the best way is? I don't mind putting it on the array vs somewhere remote, but wondering what suggestions people had before I roll my own thing with rsync or something else like the following. I don't have to backup much, and would prefer a UI to do it.