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  1. @dodgypast Oh yeah, you can only reference the container name if you're running them on a custom network. Otherwise you have to reference your server's IP address. I'm glad you got it working.
  2. It almost feels like it's freezing after inactivity. Right now I'm working from home so I can't keep my monitor attached all the time to my VM. I have an HDMI switch to switch between my work laptop and VM. I have the second HDMI port on my monitor hooked to the integrated video on my Unraid server. I may need to figure something else out. I have to keep the Unraid integrated video directly connected to the monitor or else on reboot my BIOS makes the Radeon card the primary video card and won't pass-through properly. The HDMI switch disconnects the monitor from the other devices when not switched to that device. I can tell this because of the way my laptop behaves. It does not duplicate the monitor information across the inactive ports so I wonder if the system doesn't like this state for long periods of time?
  3. Well, my change didn't help. I then tried turning disabling the power option to turn off hard disks after inactivity. That also didn't help. Now I've taken out the USB Bluetooth adapter to see if that is causing a problem. I don't really have anything else to try. I can try swapping out USB cards but that will leave things incompatible with my macOS VM.
  4. @dodgypast If you have your Guacamole container on a custom network you use the container port. Try changing your conf file from 9999 to 8080 and see if it works.
  5. What would be the advantage to this? Wouldn't the Q35 template be more compatible with a UEFI based VM? I've tried upgrading the VM from Q35-3.1 to Q35-4.2 to see if that helps.
  6. I have a Windows 10 VM that keeps becoming unresponsive. I pass through a Radeon RX 470 and a USB 3.0 card. Sometimes it goes for quite a while without problems but the last few days it's become unresponsive several times and needs to be force stopped. Any ideas? unraid-diagnostics-20200517-1548.zip
  7. For me the official Plex container was the largest offender. That and my Windows 10 VM rack up the most writes. I switched to the linuxserver Plex container and that reduced writes by quite a lot. Not much I can do about the VM other than move it’s drive images.
  8. If I had to hazard a guess it's because you're using RAID controllers rather than HBA's. I'm guessing each drive is an individual RAID 0 array which means the physical drive is not exposed to Unraid. While this works it is not at all the recommended way to run Unraid. the LSI SAS cards with IT firmware work great with Unraid.
  9. @Fidreus I'll have to take a look at this. I currently don't have any way of ensuring the extensions get loaded in a particular order.
  10. @Fidreus What happens if you add the following to your guacamole.properties file? auth-provider: org.apache.guacamole.auth.openid.OpenIDAuthenticationProvider
  11. I believe you are in the wrong place. This is the support for the Guacamole remote desktop server. It happens to now be part of the Apache Foundation. It specifically has nothing to do with the Apache web server. I can’t help you with that.
  12. My system started its monthly parity check last night and just got finished. I saw these messages is my log a couple times this morning from the same drive: Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: sd 7:0:4:0: attempting task abort! scmd(00000000759667bd) Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: sd 7:0:4:0: [sdg] tag#3073 CDB: opcode=0x8a 8a 00 00 00 00 01 06 87 54 80 00 00 00 20 00 00 Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: scsi target7:0:4: handle(0x000d), sas_address(0x4433221104000000), phy(4) Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: scsi target7:0:4: enclosure logical id(0x5d4ae520ac469d00), slot(7) Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: sd 7:0:4:0: task abort: SUCCESS scmd(00000000759667bd) Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: sd 7:0:4:0: attempting task abort! scmd(0000000000a67fd6) Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: sd 7:0:4:0: [sdg] tag#3043 CDB: opcode=0x88 88 00 00 00 00 01 06 87 55 98 00 00 00 08 00 00 Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: scsi target7:0:4: handle(0x000d), sas_address(0x4433221104000000), phy(4) Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: scsi target7:0:4: enclosure logical id(0x5d4ae520ac469d00), slot(7) Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: sd 7:0:4:0: task abort: SUCCESS scmd(0000000000a67fd6) Apr 1 06:35:12 unRAID kernel: sd 7:0:4:0: Power-on or device reset occurred Apr 1 06:35:13 unRAID kernel: sd 7:0:4:0: Power-on or device reset occurred I don't have my drives set to spin down. Should I be concerned about this? Anything I need to do? There are no errors reported. unraid-diagnostics-20200401-1034.zip
  13. I just recently upgraded the video card in my system to an RX 470 from an HD 7850 (which I never had working in macOS). The RX 470 works fine on my Windows 10 VM. I'd like to get it working in my macOS Catalina VM. When it's running I can VNC into. It sees the card is installed but doesn't recognize it as a display. I just get a black screen. I've modified my Clover config to enable RadeonDeInit. Still nothing. My card is an MSI RX 470 Armor OC 8GB. What's going on?
  14. Your Turbo Boost is working normally. 3.8 Ghz is only achieved if only 1 core is maxed out. If 6 or more cores are maxed out 3.3Ghz is the boost speed. http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Xeon/Intel-Xeon E5-2690.html
  15. @uek2wooF Make sure you're putting your hostname and port in the "PARAMETERS" section and NOT the "GUACAMOLE PROXY PARAMETERS (GUACD)" section.