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    Samsung SSD HBA TRIM

    Interesting, I wonder if you had a beta P20 release. Also, no expander here so I cannot comment on the compatibility.
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    Samsung SSD HBA TRIM

    What type of chaos and what release of the firmware?
  3. Sacrificing performance over stability makes sense, when that's the case. It is also important to make the distinction that new doesn't always mean good. Majority of us worked in IT for decades (possibly including yourself) and we know that new releases cause all sorts of sh*t storms incompatibility and stability issues. Hence why you always read the release notes and assess whether or not you even need these new updates. Obviously security comes first and we have to deal with repercussions as they come. NOTE: It seems LSI mostly patched the IR firmware and IT doesn't seem to need as many patches.
  4. 1) If you review the release notes between P16 and P20, most fixes are not for IT mode. 2) You are assuming everybody has SATA3 (6gb/s) ports available on their motherboards for SSDs. One of my servers only has SATA2 ports. 3) Drivers are generally built with backwards compatibility and I doubt it for HBAs it would play a big role if you are running it on an older firmware.
  5. So I've tested several firmware version to track down where the issue was introduced and the firmware that I was able to get this working correctly is P16. (LSI HBAs LSI SAS2308/SAS2008) To those who are seeing this error, you might want to downgrade to P16 firmware and your FSTRIM would work with your SSDs (obviously if it is supported). Tested firmware version: P14 -> YES P15 -> YES P16 -> YES P17 -> NO P18 -> NO P19 -> NO P20 -> NO Cheers.
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    CVE-2019-5736 (runc vulnerability with docker)

    Thank you. 6.6.7 has been released. Upgraded with no issues. Much appreciated.
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    Unraid OS version 6.6.7 available

    Respect. Thank you for bringing security first and release a patch for this. Cheers.
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    [Plugin] Linuxserver.io - Unraid Nvidia

    That's what I was looking for. Thanks.
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    [Plugin] Linuxserver.io - Unraid Nvidia

    What would the upgrade path look like? Let's say we've setup 6.6.6 and we want to upgrade to 6.7.0 now, what do we have to do when the OS upgrades to 6.7.0 ? @linuxserver.io ^
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    CVE-2019-5736 (runc vulnerability with docker)

    Security comes first. I'd say it does.
  11. ezhik

    Slow Parity Rebuild

    You also want to verify whether or not your write cache is enabled on your drives: -- # hdparm -W /dev/sd[a-z] Sample output: /dev/sdw: write-caching = 1 (on) -- # hdparm -I /dev/sd[a-z] |egrep -i 'serial number|model|write cache|/dev/' Sample output: /dev/sdw: Model Number: HGST HUS724040ALA640 Serial Number: PN2356P6A9FMCC * Write cache NOTE: The star next to 'Write cache' indicates it is enabled.
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    Show me your builds!

    1 x Antec 1200 (Twelve Hundred) case 1 x Supermicro X9SCL-F 1 x Noctua NH-U12DX i4 1 x Intel Xeon E5-2695v2 1 x Antec 850W 3 x LSI 9211-8i 5 x Noctua NH-F12 1 x Lexar 32GB USB 4 x 16GB DDR3L-1600 ECC REG 4 x 5-in-3 Hard Disk Cage / Enclosure 20 x WD RE4 4TB 2 x 400GB OCZ Deneva 2 SSD NOTE: Not super pretty, but gets the job.
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    Unraid OS version 6.7.0-rc1 available

    Thanks man, much appreciated!
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    Unraid OS version 6.7.0-rc1 available

    Looks very slick. A+ .
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    Unraid OS version 6.7.0-rc1 available

    For those that don't want to upgrade to RC, can somebody do a few screenshots and let us see? And do a quick review? That would be awesome.