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  1. Where are you looking for ECC? Because it's everywhere........ Looks like a good build.. you probably don't need a 750W power supply though, cost wise might not make much of a difference to get a lower wattage one but 750 is probably overkill. You may not be concerned about it, but the board has no IPMI. It's like half a server board and half a consumer board. Like it can't make up it's mind what it wants to be. You may not want or need IPMI, but .... if so...
  2. I'm not sure where your problem is. You should probably put nextcloud on 443 like it's supposed to be and see if that works. I'd also see if you can get nextcloud to work with a dynamic ip service like duckdns. If that works like it should then you know it's a problem with the cloudfare stuff. I had never used nextcloud, letsencrypt, or reverse proxies and mine worked right away with duckdns so something you are doing is not working right.
  3. Ah, I see. Maybe I'm giving too much emphasis to the need/desire to have IPMI and IGP at the same time, as realistically I'd generally only ever need the IPMI for BIOS settings, and once Unraid was running, what's the point of using IPMI. I don't recall a time where I've needed to use the Unraid console through IPMI for anything. I guess I need to re-read again or get clarification from @ramblinreck47 about the X11 board and how much IPMI / IGP ability there is. I still haven't decided on an upgrade.
  4. If that day comes consider getting one of the LSI SAS cards.. where a regular SATA PCI card is limited to the number of ports physically on the card (typically 2-4-5 ports), the LSI SAS card generally allows for 4 SATA drives on each port.. so a card with 2 ports actually lets you use 8 SATA drives.
  5. https://hub.docker.com/r/rednoah/filebot/ At the bottom of the page.
  6. Don't think there's any way to do what it sounds like you want to do. All you can do from within your VM is to mount an SMB share, which is the same as a NAS drive, which is what it sounds like you did already. The only thing you could do is install everything in the VM and then export your creations to your Unraid share.. but everything that 'runs' in NI has to be in the VM.
  7. I thought you, or maybe it was someone else, had got a beta BIOS from ASRock that enabled IPMI+iGPU at the same time? I've read and re-read those threads a couple times while not _actually_ paying much attention because I didn't have a new board yet, but I thought the end result was that people got this working. And then the X11SCA board was thought to have been solved also, which while being in the same family as the LN4F might actually have a different BIOS with different abilities.
  8. Without knowing the BSOD error it's kind of a guessing game as to where to start. You could try changing all 3 drives (virtio cdrom, disk1, disk2) to sata instead of ide/virtio. Things usually seem to work better with sata. But I have a feeling it's not that.
  9. in this case you can't have your cake and eat it, too. The IPG is either going to be used for the motherboard hdmi port or it's going to be used for transcoding, not both at the same time. I believe that is your problem. This is where IPMI comes into play. Or actually you mean you lose the IPMI video when it boots? Yeah, welcome to the headache. Search for a couple topics about this on the forum already, it's been discussed and seems to be sorted out on how to get the X11 (C246) boards to have IGP transcoding with full IPMI KVM working. I believe it's a BIOS setting. Specifically:
  10. Um, why is your Unraid server going to sleep in the first place?
  11. Unfortunately I don't. Not very familiar with htaccess.. only ever used it once for a basic website. Way, way long ago. You may be able figure something else by anyone else that had the same problem. I googled ".htaccess load resources" and came up with the resource problem. You may find some stuff here that's useful, all about the htaccess file... especially the SSI includes section.. that might be relevant. https://www.whoishostingthis.com/resources/htaccess/ And not sure if this is useful at all, https://www.htaccessredirect.net/
  12. Why are you going through the hassle of playing with keys and drives and licenses? Move all of your hard drives over to the new system, use the existing flash drive to boot. Done. Your entire system is in-tact.
  13. Yes, both of those streams are transcoding on the fly, meaning they are using the CPU to convert the media for playback. By the looks of it your P400 is not being used for transcoding.. if you intend on using that you'll have to learn about passing the gpu through to the plex docker and stuff like that.
  14. You do have youtube as a subdomain in the letsencrypt docker right? That might be the cause of the cert error. And yes, the link is for another docker. I've never used it but it seems to make nginx proxy confs easier.
  15. How did you configure your .htaccess file? That's likely where your problem is. You have to allow it to load resources from subfolders (such as css, graphics, etc).
  16. I've been playing around with this for a while now and only had various levels of success... using what you have now if you change the line to this: proxy_pass $upstream_proto://$upstream_app:$upstream_port/youtube-dl; I can get the page to load, but it doesn't load all the graphics, and I don't know if it would actually work either. I'm not sure if the problem is that the youtube-dl-server container runs on http and letsencrypt makes everything https. In one configuration I was trying my nginx error log had a certificate handshake failed because youtube-dl-server had no ssl. But however ngixproxymanager works apparently some other guys got a subdomain to work properly
  17. So in another thread you said you used cloudfare for dns and it set an A name for the DNS, but what about a CNAME as trurl mentioned? My understanding that is with only an A name it doesn't matter what subdomain you use (nextcloud.protech.my, unraid.protech.my, pizza.protech.my) with only an A name set all of those domains will redirect to your IP and Lets Encrypt will only see that you are accessing the host IP (root nginx path). The CNAME tells Lets Encrypt/NGINX that you actually want to access nextcloud, unraid, or pizza and to redirect appropriately. I'm not a DNS expert but that's my understanding of A names and CNAMES, and you said Cloudfare only set an A name for you.
  18. Well you really dove deep into this! Nice work getting it to work how you wanted.
  19. You obviously need something, right. You wouldn't want to remove 24 drives to find the bad one. So depending how your drives are laid out and what you have for area to see each of them -- you could use a label maker to stick an identifier to each drive or cage.. may or may not work. That's very fancy, anything sticky that you can write on would work too. Or you could simply draw a diagram of the drives on paper with the identifier for each drive. Within Unraid you could then use Server Layout and/or Disk Location to keep/have/show/display an overview of your drives, not necessarily in physical order but on your diagram if you have drives numbered 1-24 with their serial numbers, you can easily know that drive 14 is the 4th disk on the 3rd row, or whatever. Here's a preview for Server Layout And for Disk Location They both provide a bunch of info the disks and let you add notes (install date, etc).
  20. Yes, load the VM and install from inside the VM. You should have the virtio iso mounted in the VM configuration as a CD. But, if your VM is BSOD'ing when it boots, virtio is not going to help you. You've got other problems with your VM image. Delete what you currently have and start over again, that disk image you have is not going to work. This may be the extreme approach but since I/we/nobody knows how you created the disk image i/we/nobody can tell you if it's something that could be fixed. It could also be your VM configuration that's not right.
  21. That's still not the proper way to set it up. Other Videos uses the Plex Video Files Scanner which is a generic scanner that will/can match a lot of stuff to movies or tv but it won't get everything, and you won't generate much metadata from it (artwork, etc). You should use the Movies library for your movies and the TV library for your television. Even if the video file scanner picked up all of your media it would all be contained within the 'other videos' folder and not sorted, nicely, into tv and movies.
  22. Well that is an odd one. I just installed fresh versions of krusader to check (binhex-krusader and krusader from djaydev) and went to my CA backup file and it opened in both with no problem. I would reinstall krusader before anything else... I personally like the one from djaydev a little bit more.. and try that. If that fails, you can extract manually from a console window. It's just like working on a Windows command line. cd /mnt/user/appdata/backups --- or where ever your backup file is tar -xvf CA_backup.tar.gz <name of folder> --- this will extract only the folder you want.. it's case sensitive (as is everything in linux) so Plex and plex would be two different folders. It's got to be exactly what the name of your folder is. This will extract it in the same directory as your backup file.
  23. Strictly as a file server / media server you should be fine. But believe me, you start off thinking you only want a file server and it can turn into so much more... but nothing says you couldn't have 2 Unraid servers down the road.. one lower powered for a specific task and one to play with more. I just sort of feel you're doing yourself an injustice by using Unraid as only a file/media server. But that's just me
  24. I used the Syncthing docker when I was backing up to an external drive, but it can get complicated. Maybe something like Dupicacy/Duplicati (I haven't used either yet).