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    Unraid OS version 6.6.6 available

    I get the flash in the banner, but only noticed it when you mentioned it

    Secondary NIC DNS Option

    I have a pfSense with a VPN connection, unraid has 5 NICs 4 in 802.3ad for the LAN and the other NIC is used for VPN. My network is segmented as follows: LAN: WLAN: VPN LAN: < all the above are setup to access VPNLAN but it cannot access them back. My problem is under network for any other than the main NIC or Bonding I can't set the DNS & I need to have some dockers and VMs on the VPNLan, to solve this I have to use an external DNS i.e which is not a favorable option as I'd rather have everything passes through the firewall. VMs work fine without an issue but dockers are my main problem here, I manually tried adding a dns server under /boot/config/network.cfg but some dockers will not function properly. This could be a future request but as the NIC can already get an IP though DHCP, why not the DNS as well.

    RFS or XFS or BTRFS

    Some changes are coming with the next kernel update to BTRFS https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&amp;px=Btrfs-Speed-Boost-4.20

    X399 motherboard it87 driver for temps

    @testdasi modprobe it87 force_id=0x8620 this works for my Asus prime x370 AM4 socket, but with the new update i no longer need to use it, perhaps the devs can add the driver by the neext update for the x399

    X399 motherboard it87 driver for temps

    The new build of unRAID already has it87 drivers built in, I no longer have to input the command in CLI anymore to get Dynamix System Temp to work.

    Share Your Banners

    i love these as im actually using one now, thanks for the share
  7. i got two of these gt 710s and as per the watt meter and some calculations less than 10 watts on idle.

    unRAID Random Crashes (v 6.5.3)

    @tayshserve I have the corsair 3200 MHz that is incompatible with my board or CPU, I downclocked them to 3000 MHz I was able to get over 8 days without a crash then i had to do a reboot for some updates. try downclocking as well or revert to memory stock speed and that might help, unfortunately with Ryzen memory speed makes a big difference when it comes to performance. also check bios updates good luck

    unRAID Random Crashes (v 6.5.3)

    as a Ryzen server owner with my fare share of crashes, check memory compatibility as it also can cause some freezes & crashes. I had to down-clock my memory speed to increase stability,

    purchased and did not get the key

    The email with the key will be sent in about a 24 hour time frame, have some patience ?

    Oldest Drive

    I have a Seagate 320GB HDD, it dates back to 2003 I think, the S.M.A.R.T attribute says it ran for almost a year. Fortunately I took it out as its maximal read/write speeds didn't exceed 80 MB/s & replaced it with a laptop 2.5" Seagate/Samsung drive that can push up to 100+ MB/s

    Looking for quad 1gb nic

    I went for the I/O Crest SY-PEX24045 IO Port Gigabit Ethernet Intel i350-AM4 Chipset, I have been using it and stress tested it on my pfSense for some time & can safely say they work great. I actually have 2 of them on in my pfSenser and the other in my main unraid. https://www.amazon.com/Crest-SY-PEX24045-Ethernet-i350-AM4-Interface/dp/B01HH5YEKC

    Loving unRAID!

    nice story, I went a similar way my self but with personal build no NAS devices bought. I had myy fair share of raids and fails. windows server & other operating systems, but eventually I landed on unRAID and was love at first sight.

    Forum signature wrong, with old info

    try accessing the forum using a different browser. I'm using firefox.

    New drive won't spindown

    yup, i love his videos. He knows what he talks about.