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  1. Anyone having any luck with the core clock and memory arguments? I have a pair of 5700xt's I'm trying to setup but I can't get them to undervolt/underclock. One is a reference card and the other is an MSI Evoke. Both are pretty crap when it comes to cooling so I'm trying to run them at ~1300 core 750mv and 1800 memory clock. The settings work fine in windows for either card. Phoenix just ignores what I put in and runs them stock. I even tried to modify the bios to set a limit with more power tools and the docker just crashes. Again, works in windows fine. I have privileged mode on and add the following to the arguments line: -tt -70 -hstats 2 -cclock 1350 -cvddc 750 -mclock 900 (also tried 1800 since I wasn't sure exactly what the miner wanted here) The -tt command works, since the fan spins up immediately to 70%. -hstats works and gives me the details I want. Nothing else applies.
  2. I have been having issues with stuttering FPS on a Windows 10 VM I have been trying to setup. New build with the following specs: Ryzen 3900x MSI Carbon Pro x470 32GB DDR4 2400 (Yes, it should be 3200+) Sapphire 5700xt reference Sabrent Rocket 512 NVME drive The VM is given 6/12 cores/threads and the GPU and NVME drive is passed through to the machine. I was able to follow Spaceinvadors guide for installing a W10 VM using a passed through NVME drive so that I am able to boot to the Windows install bare metal or as an unraid VM. I expect a performance loss when booting as a VM because of the extra overhead from Unraid as well as the fact that the PC won't have as many CPU cores to work with, but the stuttering is worse than just running at a lower FPS. Booting up bare metal, if I run the Shadow of the Tomb Raider benchmark @1080p, highest settings with motion blur off I get ~120FPS average. Everything looks nice and smooth. Running it in the VM I get ~102 FPS average. I was somewhat expecting a drop like that, but the problem is the "1% lows" or whatever its called. You can see the FPS dip every 2-3 seconds and it creates a visible stutter. The charts show the milliseconds between frames spike at those times. I have been going through the suggestions around here and elsewhere and these are the things I have tried: So far I've done the following: Used the tips and tricks plugin to set the CPU governor to Performance and made sure performance boost is enabled. Isolated the cores pinned to the VM using the isolcpus command. Pinned the emulator to core 0,12 with the emulatorpin command. Set the power settings in windows to performance. Updated the BIOS and all drivers to the latest and greatest. Lowering the settings in the game don't help. The FPS doesn't go up and the stuttering still exists. I'm somewhat at a loss as to what else I should try.
  3. I seem to be getting a blank page when installing the docker. Anyone have any thoughts on what I may be doing wrong? Seems like a straight forward docker. No port conflicts.
  4. I'm tryin to add an SMTP account and I keep getting an error I'm not sure what to do with: A problem occurred while sending the email. Please revise your settings. (Error: Expected response code 250 but got code "501", with message "501 Syntactically invalid HELO argument(s) " Log data: ++ Starting Swift_SmtpTransport << 220 xxx.mail01.xxxxx.net ESMTP Exim 4.90_1 Mon, 22 Apr 2019 16:51:28 -0400 >> EHLO _ I've verified the server and login information are correct. I can't seem to find anything about this specific error.
  5. I apologize if this is something answered somewhere else. I searched but didn't see any topics related to my specific issue. I have a Dell r710 with a Perc 6/i and 6 1tb drives setup in a 2 parity array formatted in xfs. I setup the perc 6/i to deliver each drive as a separate raid while I tried out unraid. I know this isn't the proper way to do it, but I wanted to try unraid before buying a different card. After a week of playing around I decided to purchase Unraid, so I went ahead an got an h310 and flashed it to IT mode. The drives are all seen by unraid correctly now. Obviously, the array would have issues since it doesn't know these new named drives are the same ones as before. I went to Tools->New Config and cleared out the configuration. I then added each drive back to the same disk slot it was in before. When I attempt to start the array I get the error "unmountable: Unsupported partition layout" for each data drive. With the array stopped, I am able to mount and share each disk and view the data on them. I verified each disk is in the correct spot. After some research I decided to try the xfs_repair tool on the disks. When I run xfs_repair -v /dev/md1 I get the error message The whole may cause corruption statement made me pause and I figured I would ask for guidance before destroying the data. Is this the proper action to take in order to recreate the array? Thank you