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  1. After some further tests, i found that anything < 1400 works.... although everything else in my network sits at 1500. MTU is set at default of 1500 everywhere including interfaces, and dhcp server
  2. Hi All, I have encountered a very strange issue that im struggling with. For some reason I cant pull any images from docker unless my Eth/bond MTU is set to 900. (down from 1500). My network and DNS all work as expected, also tested from the Unraid cli. Will running 900 MTU cause me any performance issues? I am surprised that it has any effect on pulling images from docker?! Any help or advice would be appreciated.
  3. I am now getting this error too. I have checked my DNS and everything else is resolving fine.
  4. Wow ok - I just found the issue by chance two minutes after writing this, despite trying to fix it for hours.... Due to the new ESX installation, the vSwitch for my LAN network had the 'MAC address changes' security setting set to 'Reject'. Reject. If the guest OS changes the effective MAC address of the virtual machine to a value that is different from the MAC address of the VM network adapter (set in the .vmx configuration file), the switch drops all inbound frames to the adapter. If the guest OS changes the effective MAC address of the virtual machine back to the MAC address of th
  5. Hi All, I successfully upgraded from esx 6.7 u2to esx 7.0 Last night. I had a bit more of a bumpy experience, Thus far: Had an issue updating the existing usb bases esx install... installed as per normal upgrade process, successfully booted from USB into esx 7.0 and started up all my VM's including unraid 100% perfect. Needed to reboot the server to toggle pass-through on a device... ESX never came back up (vmware recovery error) and forced me to start from scratch Re-installed ESX 7.0 and re-registered VM's. Boot unraid perfectly, everything comes back up perfect
  6. That sounds exactly the same as my issue. CPU gets stuck at 100% and cant reboot the server. I will try unplugging the drive next time the issue occurs.
  7. Yes still same issue, even if i stop everything using the Disk / Array I still cant shutdown the server cleanly. Is there a way to restart the Unassigned Plugin?
  8. Hi All, I am encountering an issue where each morning, I log into Unraid to find Unassigned devices unresponsive. Everything in the GUI and array is responsive, except the one disk mounted via unassigned devices and the GUI for unassigned devices. (just the loading animation). The disk is being used by a VM to write to over night as a bit of a scratch disk. I Also am unable to shutdown or reboot the server in this state, I am required to do a hard power off in order to restart everything. I am worried doing this is going to cause problems pretty quickly. Has
  9. Hi All, As the title says, I have encountered an issue where each morning, I log into Unraid to find Unassigned devices unresponsive. Everything in the GUI and array is responsive, except the one disk mounted via unassigned devices and the GUI for unassigned devices. (just the loading animation). The disk is being used by a VM to write to over night as a bit of a scratch disk. I Also am unable to shutdown or reboot the server in this state, I am required to do a hard power off in order to restart everything. I am worried doing this is going to cause problems pretty
  10. I moved the drive that I was rebuilding to the onboard controller (which required an RDM) and the rebuild completed successfully! What a crap controller.... seems impossible to get a firmware update for it...
  11. I can try and move the disk that is dropping onto another controller.... I have heard that if you update the firmware on the controller then this problem can be mitigated... Anyone know how I could update the drivers or firmware? I cant seem to see any software updates for the controller listed on the website... http://www.iocrest.com/en/product_details277.html The other recommended controllers seem to be very expensive to my uses... Could there be any other reason why I would get errors?
  12. Hi All, I recently had my first disk fail after many years of seamless operation. I quickly rushed out and bought a new disk and installed it, replacing the failed disk (i will do some more in-depth testing once my array is back up). Thankfully I had a valid parity. Overall I'm not to worried about loosing any pending writes as most of the data stored is media I can replace (with some personal data) Once the new disk was installed, I proceeded with the rebuild process however at some point it looks like it has failed - Unraid then showed massive errors across a few di
  13. Hi all, I am running unraid 6.3.3 under ESX 6.5 and have run out of onboard sata ports to add new drives to my unraid server. I have done a whole ton of searching on what the best PCIe sata controller but haven't found much clarity about what is best- especially for virtualized deployments. Does any one know some good 4 port options, or at-least one that will work without issue? I do not care about the speed too much. Before anyone asks, I use ESX for my homelab for work - this is why i have opted to not use the virtualization support in unraid. Everything has been working se