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  1. My bad for reading the original reply too fast. My brain registred that dashes, underscores and dots where not allowed for some reason...
  2. Is that getting fixed for the stable release? A dash in the name is pretty common.
  3. This seems to be the issue, but I will attach full diagnostics below;
  4. Don't know when exactly this started, but running ssd trim (/sbin/fstrim -v /mnt/cache) returns "fstrim: /mnt/cache: the discard operation is not supported". The SSD is a Crucial MX300 connected directly to my motherboard (ASUS Z97-A). It's encrypted using the tools implemented in one of the recent RC's. Tried to Google and the only results I found where talks about it not working over USB/E-SATA but that doesn't apply to me, I also found some talk about it not working with encryption?
  5. In the settings of unRAID you can specify a sending and also a email recipient and it works great, but cronjobs always gets sent to the sending email and ignores the recipient settings. How do I specify what email a cronjob sends the output to?
  6. Ok this is very strange. I removed all VLANs from the bonded interface, but I'm still getting spammed with bond0: found a client with no channel in the client's hash table The ethernet ports connected to the switch are untagged with VLAN1. Nothing else. Edit: Rebooted and I think it has stopped. Will update otherwise.
  7. I set my VLANs to not have an IP adress at all. Doesn't that make unRAID accessible from the VLAN? I create them for seperation, to only have internet access and nothing else.
  8. I removed the VLANs from the bonded interface and use a third NIC for VLANs for now since I got sick of the log spam.
  9. I first posted this to the 6.4 forum but I think it applies to current stable version awell. My log is filled with: Oct 2 14:14:03 HTPC kernel: bond0: found a client with no channel in the client's hash table I have a dual NIC that's bonded with mode 6 and a VLAN 20 on top of that for VMs. I also have a seperate NIC for some other VMs. Everything seems to work exactly as expected so the log spam is confusing me.
  10. Yep! It even works as expected. The bonded interfaces are connected to a VLAN switch that carries VLAN1 untagged and VLAN20 tagged. unRAID gets the VLAN1 IP, and my VM's assigned to VLAN20 gets an IP from the VLAN20 range by their respective DHCP server.
  11. My log is filled with: Oct 2 14:14:03 HTPC kernel: bond0: found a client with no channel in the client's hash table I'm running 6.4.0-rc9f. I have a dual NIC that's bonded with mode 6 and a VLAN 20 on top of that for VMs. I also have a seperate NIC for some other VMs. Everything seems to work exactly as expected so the log spam is confusing me. htpc-diagnostics-20171002-1437.zip
  12. Currently unRAID uses basic auth to enter credentials for the web gui, but many password managers don't support this. Would be great if we could get a proper login page. Examples This kind of login page always works with password managers. This does not
  13. Thanks for the reply! I changed the settings you recommended in the Tips and Tweaks plugin. Not exactly sure how that settings works but how come it eats up all my RAM even though it's set to 20%? I would upgrade to 6.4 but I've tried rc6 before and network bonding didn't work. Think I read that it will be fixed in next RC or release. Anyways, hopefully this works until the stable release of 6.4 gets released. Thanks again!