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  1. @casperse Been busy at work. Ok, so it was actually @ken-ji who figured it out. When assigning a Host use the IP, DO NOT use the hostname it doesn't work (shares won't load). However, you've said that you've tried this. Can you confirm that in your case you've tried //<IP>/software? Two other things to consider are: 1) That you'll want your NAS to have a static IP as your not using a hostname. 2) That you don't want to have reserved characters in your password as the system management uses a bash shell; so things like | & ; ( ) < > space tab ; $ # * @ Hope that helps, as that's pretty much all I did.
  2. Here is another +1 for ISCSI support. My case is similar to RobBob. I'm trying to consolidate everything by using UNRAID and a Synology NAS. In the case of games, Origin and Blizards launcher need 'local' drives to work properly. SMB and Symbolic links only get you so far.
  3. Had a dig around, and it looks like it might not be a bug if it's bound by the same as UNRAID itself. http://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/FAQ
  4. Ken-Ji, You were spot on! Yes, it was most certainly driving me up the wall. In retrospect, it's something totally obvious to try, but I've never had resolution issues before so it never crossed my mind. I guess you learn something new every day. Plugged in IP address, had no take strict password control off the Synology NAS and change the password on the user as UNRAID doesn't like special characters. After that worked like a charm. Thanks to everyone who pitched in.
  5. On the Synology NAS, I've disabled the Firewall and most of the security options, I've also enabled NFS on a 'Games' share, but still not luck. I thought I'd try the Games share as that's not encrypted, but it failed on SMB and NFS. It's just the fact that the log states that the NAS is offline, but it's not and the Windows PC see's it on the network. The Unassigned Devices log still shows, for the two shares being tested: May 16 21:17:17 Error: Remote SMB/NFS server 'NAS' is offline and share '//NAS/Movies' cannot be mounted. May 16 21:17:18 Error: Remote SMB/NFS server 'NAS' is offline and share 'NAS:/Games' cannot be mounted. I'll spend hours with this and am no further forward. Hopefully, someone can suggest something...perhaps I'm doing something really stupid.
  6. Thanks...... I'll play around with that tonight and see what can be done. It just seems that UNRAID and HP servers don't like to play nice together. Guessing it'll be Dell next time.
  7. I've never had to set a video card for the primary BIOS, so haven't looked as explicitly stating that it be used. At this moment there are two video outputs: 1) Onboard ATI VGA, which is connected to a screen to I can see the lower login, and the server posting. 2) NVIDIA 710, which is HDMI. Given that fact that the VGA is outputting the post and tower login, I'd assumed that the onboard ATI would not be an issue.
  8. I think that Squid is onto something. I still see nothing at listed @ Even though the green active dot sometimes shows, the SMB is not connected; see attached. That's why I wasn't sure what was working and what wasn't. Might be a browser cache issue. In any case, the logs do show the following which is confusing: May 16 07:07:52 Remote SMB share '//NAS/Movies' is not mounted and cannot be unmounted... May 16 07:08:29 Error: Remote SMB/NFS server 'NAS' is offline and share '//NAS/Movies' cannot be mounted. "//NAS/Movies" is the location and it does exist. I can connect through Windows fine. I thought that special characters in the password might be an issue, and obviously, Synology permissions were a concern so I created a new "nas" user with no special characters in the password and the account has every permission on the Synology. If I could just get into work, I'd work my way back and find out what's causing the issue. SMB 1 through 3 are active on the Synology. To specifically answer some questions: Squid I've tried to eliminate that by creating a new user and giving it full permissions to everything. Yes, Windows it's connecting as a user to the share. Originally, it was the same user that I was trying to connect with. 1812 My thoughts too, but I can't see where. As I've said I created a new user and gave it full permissions to everything on the Synology box. In regards to the UNRAID side of things, isn't the permissions for this handled by the unassigned devices plug-in? If not, please let me know. Barefeet Did you have to do anything special within the DSM to get the SMB with unassigned devices to work? Thanks for you time guys. The image that caused me confusion as to if SMB was working or not:
  9. Thanks for the quick response. I tried your suggestion previously (see original post), it's missing from the last diagnostics since it was a re-install. I've re-applied the configuration and am still getting the same error, but for group 19 as you'd expect as that's where the 710 is. Still no luck though. Please see the attached new diagnostics. Thanks. grid-diagnostics-20170516-0647.zip
  10. Hi, _jonte: I've looking pass through the cards, so from what I understand SeaBIOS is out of the question. 1812: I did a full reinstall and removed one of the NVIDIA cards, just in case that there was some clash. Same issue though, so no luck on that front. Please see the attached diagnostics, hopefully, you'll spot something that I've missed. tower-diagnostics-20170514-1123.zip
  11. Thanks for the information. I'll do that. I'd assumed (incorrectly) that since UNRAID identified the card, and it had loaded a driver, not necessarily the correct driver though. That it was something that I was missing. Kind of like how Windows would just say unknown device or it just wouldn't show. Out of curiosity, how did you know that there is no driver? Is there are list of drivers included in releases somewhere? Just trying to build my UNRAID knowledge...
  12. Hi Guys, In regards to Plex; I have a Synology NAS with my data on it and am looking to map an SMB share so that Plex can view the files on the NAS. For some reason I'm having difficulties, so hope you could help. I mapped an SMB mount via "Remote SMB", but can't tell if it's really working or not. The green dot to indicate active is on when you first load the page or navigate way and come back, but if you refresh, the dot turns gray. See "Page load.jpg" and "Page reload.jpg" images. Docker knows that the mount exists as I can see it in Plex and the Docker config reflects this. See dockerMapping.jpg. If I ssh to the path and list, nothing shows. root@grid:/mnt/disks# ls -lt total 0 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 40 May 6 23:14 NAS_Movies/ root@grid:/mnt/disks# cd NAS_Movies/ root@grid:/mnt/disks/NAS_Movies# ls Likewise in Plex, I point to the mount "folder" and it says that there are no files to analyse. Could this be a setting on the Synology NAS that I've missed? SMB 1 through 3 is active and I've been using SMB for on Windows 10 without issue. Is anyone else using a Synology NAS with an SMB connection to UNRAID? Any pointers are appreciated.?
  13. Hi, I've stall has no luck with this, but it looks like UNRAID is thinking that it's a 10Gb card but it's a quad 1Gb and loading the wrong drivers. The post that 1812 linked to mentions that an expansion can be added to the card making it 10Gb, so that might be the issue and why it's not working. Ethernet controller: NetXen Incorporated NX3031 Multifunction 1/10-Gigabit Server Adapter I've tried the setting LAG on all the relevant ports as 1812 recommended, but still no IP. It's the same when only one port is in use and LAG is disabled. Just to get me going with UNRAID, I ordered a 2 port Intel Pro PT (EXPI9402PTBLK), which worked first time in LAG balance-xor. Which registered as: IOMMU group 17 [8086:105e] 08:00.0 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82571EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 06) IOMMU group 18 [8086:105e] 08:00.1 Ethernet controller: Intel Corporation 82571EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller (rev 06) I'll be going back to try and get the HP NC3751 integrated NIC working (I'm learning more all the time), but in the meantime, if anyone has any further thoughts, feel free to comment. If I do get a solution, I'll report it back. Hopefully, it'll save someone the pain in the future.
  14. Hi, hope someone can help. On Windows 10 VM creation, I see the following error: internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor: 2017-05-06T18:47:37.955194Z qemu-system-x86_64: -device vfio-pci,host=0b:00.0,id=hostdev0,bus=pci.0,addr=0x6: vfio: failed to set iommu for container: Operation not permitted 2017-05-06T18:47:37.955252Z qemu-system-x86_64: -device vfio-pci,host=0b:00.0,id=hostdev0,bus=pci.0,addr=0x6: vfio: failed to setup container for group 16 2017-05-06T18:47:37.955262Z qemu-system-x86_64: -device vfio-pci,host=0b:00.0,id=hostdev0,bus=pci.0,addr=0x6: vfio: failed to get group 16 2017-05-06T18:47:37.955289Z qemu-system-x86_64: -device vfio-pci,host=0b:00.0,id=hostdev0,bus=pci.0,addr=0x6: Device initialization failed The following is set: BIOS: OVFM Hyper-V: No (as it's Nvidia, though I've not yet seen why it's recommended to be off) The groups for the two cards are: IOMMU group 16 [10de:128b] 0b:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GK208 [GeForce GT 710B] (rev a1) [10de:0e0f] 0b:00.1 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation GK208 HDMI/DP Audio Controller (rev a1) IOMMU group 19 [10de:128b] 05:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GK208 [GeForce GT 710B] (rev a1) [10de:0e0f] 05:00.1 Audio device: NVIDIA Corporation GK208 HDMI/DP Audio Controller (rev a1) Selecting both the video and audio for VM creation on either the card in group 16 or 19 generates the above error. There is nothing else in these groups, and the cards are not being used by another other VM or Docker. Each card is intended to be used in separate VM's. I've tried the Enable PCIe ACS Override, which didn't make any difference to the error, as I expected since the groups seem fine. I've also tried the following in syslinux.cfg: label unRAID OS menu default kernel /bzimage append vfio_iommu_type1.allow_unsafe_interrupts=1 initrd=/bzroot The cards are both NVIDIA GT 710, one Asus and one MSI, which I'm sure that I read someplace that 700 series upwards should be fine with UNRAID. Does anyone else have any ideas?