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  1. Hi all, Just wanted to provide an update that fixed my issue, I ditched debian and went back to ubuntu, instead of doing the mount through the VM configuration I just mounted the network share via IP address in the etc/fstab. It's been running great for a few months now. If you do decide to do it this was make sure you pass the read/write privileges when mounting it in fstab. I attached a picture of my configuration. For reference my unraid box has 2 nics one onboard 1GBE connection (192.168.1.xxx) and one 10GBE twinax connection directly to another computer (10.0.0.x). So es
  2. For anyone wondering, it appears to work fine in Debian. Probably just an Ubuntu issue, I was running Ubuntu 16.04.2 server, might have been fixed in a newer version but I'm just going to switch to Debian since it's pretty much the same. Thanks for ruling out an unRaid issue Jon.
  3. I have an Ubuntu server VM that I want to mount a share into. VM config -> advanced-> unRAID share (add path) -> unRAID mount tag (add tag) -> start server -> fails to start network service at boot recommends running systemctl status networking.service, screen shots below. It sees the interface but won't start the service. However if I remove the share it works fine.