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  1. Upgraded from 6.9.1 to 6.9.2. Not seeing any issues or new log errors.
  2. I ran into the ports issue as well yesterday, I only noticed that 8080 and 4443 were the ports being used when I looked at the port mappings in the docker containers list. I looked at the dockerfile with this app, and the ports are hard coded to 8080 and 4443. I wish the developer had left them at 80 and 443 so I could use this for both external mapping via my firewall/router and internally on my LAN. Would it not make more sense to leave the ports as the default ones inside the docker and use -p to map them when you want to use a host instead of a bridge network?
  3. <slaps head> I finally get it... The messaging of "unmountable -Unsupported partition layout" was tripping me up. It made me think there was something wrong with the drive, but that's not the problem is it. I put my old SSD back in and saw it too became unmountable. Then, after scrolling all the way down to the bottom of the page Main page, I see that there is an option to format an unmountable device. <doh> All the searching and all the instruction reading did not mention this "below the fold" action that needed to be done. All better now, thanks f
  4. It still failed. Here is the part of the log where it tries to mount the cache device. Oct 1 12:07:50 ServerThing emhttpd: shcmd (205): mkdir -p /mnt/cache Oct 1 12:07:50 ServerThing emhttpd: /mnt/cache mount error: Unsupported partition layout Oct 1 12:07:50 ServerThing emhttpd: shcmd (206): umount /mnt/cache Oct 1 12:07:50 ServerThing root: umount: /mnt/cache: not mounted. Oct 1 12:07:50 ServerThing emhttpd: shcmd (206): exit status: 32 Oct 1 12:07:50 ServerThing emhttpd: shcmd (207): rmdir /mnt/cache Oct 1 12:07:50 ServerThing emhttpd: shcmd (208): sync Oct 1 12:07:50 ServerThin
  5. By that do you mean, - delete the existing partition as an Unassigned Device - add the device as the cache drive - create the partition I'll give that a shot and update you
  6. Thanks for your suggestion. My MB specs say it's "PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 Connector" (a gigabyte GA-H170M-D3H) and there's only one slot, so no chance to try anything different. It's odd, because I can mount the device with unassigned devices, but not as a cache drive. One hope is that I have an external enclosure, ORICO Transparent M.2 NVME, on its way. I'm hoping I can blow the partition mapping away there and get something Unraid compatible (GPT, 4K Aligned).
  7. Hi @subterminal I'm having the same problem with a new 1TB WD SN550 cache drive. Did you ever solve this? Greg
  8. I'm still seeing it in apps and it's still up on GitHub, so maybe just a glitch?
  9. @saskwatch did you install that GTX 650/Ti you mentioned back in April? If so, were you able to get the sound working? I'm working with one now and the video worked perfectly, but I can't get OSX to see the audio part of the card. I used the method in @SpaceInvaderOne 's GPU passthrough video, but no luck. This is my config for the card below, I didn't pull the GPU BIOS or install any drivers in OSX. Thanks in advance! Greg <hostdev mode='subsystem' type='pci' managed='yes'> <driver name='vfio'/> <source> <address domain='0