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  1. Hi ich777, I saw that link in an earlier post - when I run it, I only see a single server return, ie. the OpenDNS ones. The log window from DoH-Client (with verbose=true set in the config file) shows requests going to Google, DNS.SB and OpenDNS, which I set. So, if those requests are being tunnelled over HTTPS/TLS, then only seeing one server in the DNSLeakTest is to be expected? Cheers, Xav.
  2. Hi there, Just installed the DoH-Client container today...I am confused by the above - does this mean my outbound DNS queries as intercepted by the container are NOT encrypted, and are just distributed to whatever DNS resolver you have specified in the config file? Currently test setup: Windows Laptop > DNS pointing to <unraid IP>:53 DoH-Client set to use OpenDNS resolver DoH-Client set to use Google bootstrap Router set to use OpenDNS primary/secondary servers Basically, how do I confirm DNS lookups to the wider internet are enc
  3. I thought I would check back here - mine seems to have improved back to what it was before. Now under 6.8.3. Will see if the next parity check is about the same. Perhaps it was a once off.
  4. Hi there, Just added this to my server yesterday (contribute to COVID-19 processing etc). It's been running overnight, however notice a few things - are these normal issues, or something specific to my setup? Pretty much any Rosetta Mini tasks fails with 'computational error'. After running 100% last night, this morning it's only processing a few tasks - loading is about 12-14%. Not sure if this is typical of the general ebb and flow of work tasks? Would have thought there's a lot to get through. I have configured no restrictions on CPU/Memory use. For #1 above,
  5. Recently upgraded to Unraid 6.8.0 - after a few hiccups with the Nerd Pack - and have also noticed a drop in performance (see attached). Storage is a very old array that hasn't been changed in years - 4TB max, across 4 data drives, 1 parity, 1 cache (SSD/SATA). System hardware was upgraded last year to a TR2950X with 32GB RAM, which should be more than capable! While I don't have massive or fast data access needs (hoping to upgrade and add faster drives soon), it would be great to maintain performance - is there any work around yet? Or just wait for the next release? I
  6. Hi everyone, After upgrading to 6.8.0, I too encountered the: "error while loading shared libraries: libicui18n.so.64" on boot, which prevented the GUI/Web interface loading. I could SSH into my server though. After reading through this post, I can confirm, deleting the NerdPack.plg and associated folder from /config/plugins, rebooting and reinstalling works. I only needed python3 to run a separate script - all working again now. The Update OS assistant didn't pick this one up; not sure where to let whoever updates that know? Cheers,
  7. Hi there, Okay, so came here due to the latest update killing my OpenVPN server (rolled back to linuxserver/openvpn-as:2.6.1-ls11 as per earlier posts), and got it working again. However, a quick check of the syslog shows: connect() to unix:/var/tmp/openvpn-as.sock failed (111: Connection refused) while connecting to upstream, client Restarted docker, still persists... Any suggestions? Cheers, Xav.
  8. Basically to run multiple VMs, and for dedicating cores to using Davinci Resolve.
  9. Thanks - to be honest, I only had 4 SATA drives. I'm reading your experience with interest though as my new case has a lot more room for easy expansion and I will have to go to SATA or SAS cards to boost port density. That may make future upgrades of HW a bit more complex. Did you eliminate the cables with the new SAS card as the issue? With the drive spitting out errors, was it failing before you started upgrading? Can you just use the same SATA cards to get everything up and running, then swap them over to the SAS ones? Hope you're having a bit more luck!
  10. Seems about right to me? After the X264 encode using Handbrake, I then did a X265 encode against some 4K footage I had. The complete encode took about 10 minutes, and temps peaked about 72 - even though in the 'sensors' output, it says max of 70. I am not overclocking. I have a Fractal Design S36 cooler. First time using it; didn't change over the thermal paste... Maybe the different chips for temp monitoring? I would have thought it would be consistent across MSI x399 boards though. Xav.
  11. So, for what it is worth - brilliant upgrade experience! Completely new hardware build - I just ensured I had the drives connected to the same SATA ports, booted off the USB key and everything came up exactly as before. Upgraded to 6.6.5; no problems. Very smooth experience, and I'm relieved to access to all my data - intact! - once again. How did you go? Cheers, Xav.
  12. Hmmmm, I just tried that - worked too. Same 'k10temp' entries in drop-down boxes. I then entered 'blah', and it worked - bug in Dynamix? Seems like an initial valid entry and it's happy...<shrug> Xav.
  13. Basically, I wanted to see these values in the status bar (Dynamix plugin) and the output didn't indicate which was the MB Temp and which was CPU Temp....read on... Okay, this is strange - when I went to the settings page in Dynamix temp, clicking 'Detect' didn't do anything, and I couldn't select anything from the drop down boxes. After reading the above, I went back to that page, pasted in 'nct7802' and now I can select options! What was stranger is that initially it had the rather cryptic 'k10temp - tDie' as an option. After clicking save, it now shows 'k10temp - CPU Temp' and
  14. Also just built an unRaid setup on TR (MSI SLI Plus X399, 2950X) and I can't get any meaningful temperature readings out. sensors -u k10temp-pci-00c3 Adapter: PCI adapter Tdie: temp1_input: 32.750 temp1_max: 70.000 Tctl: temp2_input: 59.750 k10temp-pci-00cb Adapter: PCI adapter Tdie: temp1_input: 30.625 temp1_max: 70.000 Tctl: temp2_input: 57.625 That's about it from the command line. Ideally, the Dynamix plugin will get updated. There's a few posts about the Nuovoton (???) IO chip... Think my temps are fine, but would be good to be able to monitor them, especia
  15. I'm migrating from an old (i7-2700k) based system to a new TR2 2950X build also this week. I have very laughable 4TB of drives to shift, but preserving the data is my number one mission too. I'm also hoping for an easy-going hardware swap out. Will let you know how it goes! Cheers, Xav.