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  1. I definitely agree with this. 5.x kernels don't like my hardware.
  2. So we both have the touch file i915.conf. Theoretically that could be the culprit, but I doubt it. Whoever finds the energy to upgrade and try without the touch file, report back. :))
  3. In my go file I'm only modprobing it87 drivers for getting the fan speed. Removed everything else pertaining to i915. I just checked my flash backup from 6.10-rc2, and there was a i915.conf file in modprobe.d. Maybe removing that after the upgrade might make a difference, but I really don't have the patience to go upgrade and then have to downgrade again. I'll try with rc3 if gets released or 6.10 final... Do you have flash backups from 6.9 or 6.10 that you can check if you have this file in modprobe.d @Tristankin? On another note, if it is not needed, the upgrade process should be removing that. It's not like we do fresh flash setups on every upgrade....
  4. Bit the bullet and updated to 6.10.rc2 after @jkirkcaldy's feedback... Unfortunately crashed twice in three days...both during while the plex docker was transcoding... I'm either gonna try putting plex on a VM this time, or gonna roll back to 6.8.3...
  5. there's a few of us with the same kind of issue over here. no solution apart from sticking to 6.8.3 yet:
  6. I have tested pretty much everything and now I know for a fact that once I start transcoding on i915, it will halt within minutes.
  7. I'm having the exact same issue with a J3355/HD 500. 6.9 tree crashes within minutes of Plex docker starting a hardware transcode using iGPU. Stable as a rock on 6.8.3. I wanna try 6.10.0-rc2, but I think the same thing will happen again and I'm gonna have to roll back and hack the docker case sensitivity, etc... I'm in the if it ain't broke, don't fix it boat for now...
  8. just crack open the back and replace the internal usb stick that contains TOS with one that contains Unraid. Add some more RAM while you’re at it. There are a few videos and further discussion over at avforums about running Unraid on one of these. My f5-221 has been rock solid with Unraid for close to 9 months now.
  9. @MrGrumpie I'm looking to move my unRAID to one of these Terramaster F5-221 units. Any pointers and recommendations on getting unRAID running on one of these?
  10. Sorry to bring this 2014 topic back, but I was wondering about your experience with Vt-d support on the Asus Z87-Pro motherboard. Did you ever pass through any cards to a VM? Any problems?
  11. Figured out how to get your Plex Media Server or any other service for that matter to be advertised by avahi. Create a plex.service file <?xml version="1.0" standalone="no"?> <!DOCTYPE service-group SYSTEM "avahi-service.dtd"> <service-group> <name replace-wildcards="yes">Plex on %h</name> <service> <type>_plexmediasvr._tcp</type> <port>32400</port> </service> </service-group> Then copy it to /etc/avahi/services/ at boot. A line like this in your go file would do the trick: # Add Custom Avahi Services cp /boot/custom/avahi/plex.service /etc/avahi/services/
  12. Answering my own question. I installed these packages to my unRAID 6.1.6 server. (Copy them to /boot/extra and reboot or use installpkg command): python-2.7.11-x86_64-1 python-netifaces-0.8-x86_64-1alien dnspython-1.10.0-x86_64-1alien openssl-1.0.2e-x86_64-1 ..then got the latest version of Sleep Proxy Client from https://github.com/awein/SleepProxyClient and copied it to the flash drive. Since I'm using the Dynamix S3 Sleep plugin, I added the following to Custom commands before sleep: in Sleep Settings python /boot/wherever/you/put/yours/sleepproxyclient.py --interface br0 Now when my unRAID server goes to sleep, the Airport Express on my network registers the smb, afp, sftp, ssh services for my unRAID server. For example if I try to establish an ssh connection to my server, it wakes up. Or if I try connecting to any of my SMB shares, it wakes up. Great for file services etc... But... Unfortunately any of the services that are running under docker does not register with the Sleep Proxy this way. When I run sleepproxyclient.py --debug, I don't see any of the docker services as advertised.. I'd love to be able to have at least my PlexMediaServer docker register its services so that any attempt to connect to the PMS when unRAID is sleeping would wake it up. Any ideas as to how I should go about enabling dockerized apps to register using SleepProxyClient?
  13. SABnzbd 0.8.0Beta4 has been released. http://forums.sabnzbd.org/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=19922 Any plans to update the docker?