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  1. Thanks itimpi. Found the file I was looking for in /config/plugins/unassigned.devices/samba_mount.cfg
  2. I realize it's simple to just re-add them, but I'm a geek. I like to understand the deeper inner workings of the system. Checked /config/smb-extra.conf on the flash. These are the contents. No reference to any of the shares I was looking for. I even followed he link at /tmp/unassigned.devices/smb-settings.conf, and still nothing. Where else can I look?
  3. Where is the config file that stores the "Remote SMB shares" that are displayed in the "Main" page of Unraid? I have a couple of shares that need editing since the server they came from has changed IP address. All I seem to be able to do from the unraid GUI is remove or add a share, but no way to edit.
  4. Ahh thanks! vfio-bind is what I was looking for. How convenient that this feature is added just as I need it
  5. I have a Plus copy of UnRaid, which has a 12 drive limit. In my server setup I need to passthrough a LSI 9201-16i HBA to a windows VM. The problem is that the HBA card has 16 drives attached to it, and i can't start the array (and hence pass through the PCIe card) because UnRaid is throwing an error saying that I have too many drives, and the array can't be started. How do I deal with this situation? I don't want unraid to see that PCIe HBA, but I do want unraid to pass it through to a VM.
  6. I have recently noticed very slow transfer speeds moving/copying data from the cache drive to the unraid array. We're talking in the order of 10-20MB/s kind of speeds. I only recently noticed this because I wanted to manually move a file off the cache drive. From a network connection (1GB) I can saturate the link in read/write to the cache, and similarly I get reasonable transfer speeds to the unraid array in read/write from the same network connection. Where do I even start trying to troubleshoot this problem?
  7. Anyone considering SIA? It's not unlimited, but $10/month gets you 5TB... and I think you can earn money if you share your own storage on the network... http://sia.tech/ And it has linux versions of the software, so perfect for docker containers.
  8. I decided to install FreeNAS corral as a VM on unraid so I can play with it. I gave the FreeNas a dedicated SATA controller card and attached a bunch of HDs to it. Setup a simple ZFS volume and a test share. While doing some file transfer tests, I'm finding a weird discrepancy which I can';t explain. Network topology: Workstation PC (running Win 10) --> 1GB Ethernet --> Unraid 6.3.3 Windows 10VM (running on Unraid) FreeNAS Corral VM (running on Unraid) (The Windows 10 OSs, Unraid and FreeNAS are installed with the basic installation defaults. No cus
  9. In the new UnRaid install I'm building, I was wondering of two things: 1. Should I plug the parity drive on a separate SATA controller? (My motherboard has two distinct SATA controllers) 2. Does it make a diference which SATA controller the Cache drive is attached to? Should it be attached to the same controller as the Parity drive, or to the controller that manages the individual drives? Thanks.
  10. Can you be more specific about what you mean by " basically can't get my windows on the VM to recognise my 1060"? Does the VM boot up? What is the setup of the VM? Which BIOS and Machine type is the VM using? Do you have HyperV enabled? You should not need new drivers, as the 960 and 1060 will use the same drivers.
  11. I'm upgrading my UnRaid box to a newer system and I've got some questions about the transfer speeds I'm getting. When I'm sending data to the UnRaid array (from my desktop), I'm saturating my 1Gbps connection with about 113MB/s transfer speeds which is nice! However when I'm retrieving data from the unRaid array (to my desktop), I'm seeing some very inconsistent speeds. The transfer starts at around 100MB/s and then quickly degrades to 40-50MB/s with dips down to 20MB/s. (see atached image) The UnRaid server is using a couple of HGST 4TB drives with a 256GB SSD cache. The UnRaid
  12. I have this problem too. The web interface is not responsive. It doesn't load after about a day of server uptime. It started when I upgraded to 6.3, and is seems to persist with 6.3.1 for me.
  13. Played with VNC as the primary display and the GPU as the secondary. On a fresh install of Win10, I see 2 display devices. Once all the VirtIO drivers are installed, I install the nVidia drivers and restart the VM. After the restart, I keep getting "Your PC ran into a problem" BSOD.
  14. Here's the files. <domain type='kvm' id='4'> <name>Windows 103</name> <uuid>4dd4c875-8759-ae79-9b89-cace38fd7086</uuid> <metadata> <vmtemplate xmlns="unraid" name="Windows 10" icon="windows.png" os="windows10"/> </metadata> <memory unit='KiB'>2097152</memory> <currentMemory unit='KiB'>2097152</currentMemory> <memoryBacking> <nosharepages/> <locked/> </memoryBacking> <vcpu placement='static'>24</vcpu> <cputune> <vcpupin vcpu='0' cpuset='
  15. I just checked, and the OnBoard VGA was already set to primary in the BIOS. Do other settings in the mobo bios make much of a difference (aside from having all the VT-d features enabled)?