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  1. not clear. maybe we are not talking about the same thing. allow me to explain. I do see all the user shares I have defined. (media, downloads, isos etc..) what I also want to see is : disk1, disk2, disk3, cache. and I dont see that while looking over the SMB available shares on the network under TOWER (my server name) hope its clear
  2. possible to see the data disks file system (disk1 , disk2 disk3 , cache etc) from a windows machine (even the windows VM on unraid) ? of course I see the shares. but I want to be able to access the individual disks. how do I get that please? the underlying reason is that I want to use duplicate finder application from windows VM. I have installed dupeGuru docker app, but its not working for some reason. so I thought I will go around it ...
  3. Hi Also have the same issue as above. after a day of running and showing progress (finding more than 4000 matches) it just stops and no results are shown. I left it sitting idle , thinking it maybe doing something. but eventually I was just able to push the Scan again and it starts scanning. and the cycle is the same. no results after the scan. any idea? where should I look for the logs?
  4. **SOLVED** PROBLEM: CAN NOT resize the disk (High Sierra APFS) found it in: https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/309115/increase-size-of-apfs-partion-in-high-sierra?noredirect=1&lq=1 What I did was: 1. download gparted amd64 ISO ( https://gparted.org/download.php ) 2. edit the XML of the VM and add this ISO as a first boot disk. the second priority would be the original OSX disk. 3. change the VM OSX disk in the unraid GUI to the size you want. 4. boot the VM and it should start the gparted. choose the default paramete
  5. Hi the Bluetooth USB device disconnects sometimes. especially after VM reboot. setup: UNRAID <- OSX VM <- PCI USB ext <-BT usb Have a PCI USB board INATECK with Fresco Logic FL1100 USB3 (passthrough dedicated to the OSX VM) have IOGEAR Bluetooth 4.0 USB Micro adapter connected to it (detected by OSX) When I power on the server and then start the HighSierra VM the keyboard and the pad are connected perfectly well. But after soft reset/restart of the VM SOMETIMES I see the bluetooth active in the OSX and I can even see the keyb
  6. Guys what are the small numbers on the diagram mean? like I see the 10de:1b81 . is the 1070 . and it has number 4.0 - 4.0 . and 1002:67df is the ATIRX480 and it has 16 - 16. is it the PCI bus speed ? if so, it means the 1070 is connected on a slow slot?
  7. hope someone will have time to look at this.. maybe advise what can be the issue.. Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: Call Trace: Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: <IRQ> Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: ? qdisc_rcu_free+0x39/0x39 Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: call_timer_fn.isra.4+0x14/0x70 Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: expire_timers+0x83/0x92 Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: run_timer_softirq+0x62/0xf7 Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: ? __do_softirq+0x65/0x1c2 Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: __do_softirq+0xcd/0x1c2 Nov 5 00:45:16 Tower kernel: irq_exit+0x4f/0x8e
  8. I am bumping it up so maybe someone will see it and know what to do with it
  9. anyone please ? it fills the error log ...
  10. Thank you uberchuckie i have installed it and it works ok. I am using the PRTG installed on a VM. What I like in PRTG is that its very customisable. I can create a web map with all sorts of charts and views. the observium looks to be rigid in that respect thanks
  11. is this ok ? have two network ports and they are bridging members of br0. Oct 1 15:09:29 Tower kernel: br0: port 1(eth0) received tcn bpdu Oct 1 15:09:29 Tower kernel: br0: topology change detected, propagating Oct 1 15:09:50 Tower kernel: br0: port 1(eth0) received tcn bpdu Oct 1 15:09:50 Tower kernel: br0: topology change detected, propagating Oct 1 15:10:12 Tower kernel: br0: port 1(eth0) received tcn bpdu Oct 1 15:10:12 Tower kernel: br0: topology change detected, propagating Oct 1 15:10:35 Tower kernel: br0: port 1(eth0) received tcn bpdu
  12. Guys, what does this mean? (get this when I enter the link to connect the computer to dropbox) Error You cannot log in to the Dropbox desktop app because your device is running an unsupported operating system.You must now be on glibc 2.19 or higher to log back in and use the Dropbox desktop application. We recommend that you update to a supported Linux operating system (Ubuntu 14.04+ or Fedora 21+) or meet the new system requirements.Additionally, your Dropbox folder will need to be on an ext4-formatted hard drive or partition.
  13. what should I do if I want to backup a shared SMB directory from within a VM ? how do I add it to the source list in the docker installed duplicati ?
  14. I have supermicro board x9dai. the unassigned devices disks connected via standard sata cables. I was wondering if its ok if I start HOT swapping them ? before I get disk errors, crashes etc... If yes, than whats the advise: first the sata data cable and then the power ? or reverse ?
  15. also, what does the bellow mean ? Tower kernel: br0: port 1(eth0) received tcn bpdu Sep 9 10:32:24 Tower kernel: br0: topology change detected, propagating Sep 9 10:32:47 Tower kernel: br0: port 1(eth0) received tcn bpdu Sep 9 10:32:47 Tower kernel: br0: topology change detected, propagating