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  1. I did a quick test from my iMac, after patching SSH with the HPN stuff: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ccosby/homebrew-ninja/master/hpn-ssh.rb And it definitely went way up. I see on average transfer rates around 90-120 MB/s. Let me do some more testing this week but it definitely looks great already!
  2. Awesome, I guess 6.6.3 has it then? I'll do some testing!
  3. That is awesome!! :) I will definitely do some testing and report back!! Thank you again! Marco
  4. Hi @eschultz, that would be amazing! :) Thank you! Looking forward to it!
  5. Hi Guys, It seems that the current version of the tg3 driver does not support MTU 9000, I've seen other cases where the latest releases should support it. Is that correct? If not, do we expect to get that updated/corrected so we can use MTU 9000 in HP hardware? Here's my current hardware info: Model: HP Z800 M/B: Hewlett-Packard - 0AECh CPU: Intel® Xeon® CPU E5630 @ 2.53GHz HVM: Enabled IOMMU: Enabled Cache: 256 kB, 1024 kB, 12288 kB Memory: 24 GB (max. installable capacity 96 GB) Network: eth0: 1000 Mb/s, full duplex, mtu 1500 eth1: 1000
  6. Did you change your plex settings to use that path? It does look like your tmpfs mounted correctly under /ramdisk. Remember you need to change your Plex Settings to actually use it. Attached you can find how I setup up mine and then inside the Plex setup you set it to use the /transcode path.
  7. Hi Guys, Would it be feasible to apply these patches in one of the upcoming Unraid releases? It really helps with RSYNC transfers or basically anything using SSH. A few references: https://www.psc.edu/hpn-ssh https://sourceforge.net/projects/hpnssh/ Thank you, -Marco
  8. This is really odd, I have been using this for a long time, did you try running the commands manually? Any errors? Like: mkdir /ramdisk mount -t tmpfs -o size=2048m tmpfs /ramdisk This is my go file and the output of df -h which shows the /ramdisk of 2GB: # cat /boot/config/go #!/bin/bash # Start the Management Utility #ethtool -K eth0 tx off sg off tso off /usr/local/sbin/emhttp & mkdir /ramdisk mount -t tmpfs -o size=2048m tmpfs /ramdisk # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on rootfs 12G 396M 12G 4% / tmpfs
  9. Hi Guys, Yes, trurl, sorry for the typo that is correct, I have also tested adding lines to the /boot/go script and it works great. Here are the reviewed steps , including the go script change: 1) Login using SSH to your Unraid server > ssh root@unraid(IP) 2) mkdir /ramdisk 3) mount -t tmpfs -o size=1024m tmpfs /ramdisk 4) This will create a 1G /ramdisk 5) Set Plex set to container (/transcode) host (/ramdisk) 6) Change Plex settings to /transcode 7) Be happy .. you can actually go inside the folder too: cd /ramdisk, start a movie and do
  10. Hi Guys, I think the easiest way to do this and to make sure it works is: 1) Login using SSH to your Unraid server > ssh root@unraid(IP) 2) mkdir /ramdisk 3) mount -t tmpfs -o size=1024m tmpfs /mnt/ramdisk 4) This will create a 1G /ramdisk 5) Set Plex set to container (/transcode) host (/ramdisk) 6) Change Plex settings to /transcode 7) Be happy .. you can actually go inside the folder too: cd /ramdisk, start a movie and do a couple of ls or df -h and you will see that being used. Enjoy! -Marco
  11. Hi Guys, I think the easiest way to do this and to make sure it works is: 1) Login using SSH to your Unraid server > ssh root@unraid(IP) 2) mkdir /ramdisk 3) mount -t tmpfs -o size=1024m tmpfs /mnt/ramdisk 4) This will create a 1G /ramdisk 5) Set Plex set to container (/transcode) host (/ramdisk) 6) Change Plex settings to /transcode 7) Be happy .. you can actually go inside the folder too: cd /ramdisk, start a movie and do a couple of ls or df -h and you will see that being used. Enjoy! -Marco