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  1. I am getting the same log spamming, on multiple operations.
  2. Did you ever get any clarity on this?
  3. I tried. Something is borked on the client side for sure. XPlay plays the same content on client in HDR (though playback is choppy - something is definitely going on with how stream is rendered on this TV)
  4. Unfortunately that did not help. I removed the container, reinstalled 6.8.3, reinstalled the container and configured fresh (my setting did not carry over - but I had them exported) and the problem still persists. HOWEVER I have the same model TV upstairs and it does not have this issue. Further, no other clients accessing the server have playback issues. It seems like it isolated to this particular client. I reinstalled the plex webOS app... but still no joy. Really odd.
  5. I did not, but I will, Just nuked the contents?
  6. Has anyone else noticed that on latest update *.2740 their HDR content is no longer playing? I have an LG C7p and have been streaming HDR without issue. No, the movies start - but do not trigger HDR. Oddly, I have the unRAID library mirrored on a Mac mini, and the PMS serves the HDR content just fine to the C7p/
  7. I am perplexed Everytime I restart the container, the same 17 (out of 310) torrents are force rechecked, and, then set to complete rather than actively seeding. I assume the FastResume data is corrupted. Is there anything I can do so that these torrents just begin seeding upon container restart?
  8. J.Nerdy

    Squid is 50!

    Well wishing is supposed to last longer once it is ultra-pasteurized. Happy Birthday (belated) @Squid & @saarg
  9. Load leveling does not determine the amount of CPU usage, but rather instruction frequency. The two percentages adjust load cycle (70% = 2.8s work, 1.2s rest wash rinse repeat), and core allocation (70% = 7 of 10 threads utilized). At least from how I understood the manager instructions
  10. Tools > Add Project or account manager > account manager > select an account manager From their you should be able to manage projects and team membership
  11. 16 threads is the new dual core... sheeeeesh. Great Job! 👍🏼
  12. I have RDP-Boinc pinned to 8 cores at 3 on 2 off sequence, (60%) since my 9900k runs hot... that said, it would be great if Rosetta were to add a gpu component (I have 2070 that sits mostly idle... along with my gaming aspirations). Glad to be part of Team UnRAID
  13. Just confirming: project workloads are written to mnt/cache/appdata/ ? easily answered by not being lazy... sorry.