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  1. So basically Fedora VMs don't work well in unRAID? I notice Fedora is not as snappy as Ubuntu.
  2. Can't you just use a live Linux USB drive to boot into, e.g. Fedora or Ubuntu, and mount the drive(s) where the backup files are located? That's one of the things I love about unRAID: normal filesystems (unlike FreeNAS).
  3. Where are the binaries for these programs saved / retrieved from? Or does NerdPack pull the source code and compile locally when you toggle a program/library on?
  4. I just ordered this board to upgrade my AMD Athlon 64 X2 6400 rig that's 12 years old... Bought a 2700X last Christmas for $170 and finally getting around to this upgrade. Have you had any issues? What ECC RAM did you get?
  5. Did you ever complete this build?
  6. I ran a manual check on a drive and got a lot of BLAKE2 hash key mismatches (mostly .nfo files modified). I received the details in a notification email, but there's no log file in /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.file.integrity/logs , even though I do have error logging set to "Syslog & Output File". I also have log files and email notifications from 2018/2019, so I know it was working correctly at some point. Are log files not created when the check is run manually (as opposed scheduled daily/weekly/monthly)? I have 14GB free on my flash drive, so it's not an issue of usable space. What gives? What do you suggest?
  7. I ran a manual check on a drive and got a lot of BLAKE2 hash key mismatches (mostly .nfo files modified). I received the details in a notification email, but there's no log file in /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.file.integrity/logs , even though I do have error logging set to "Syslog & Output File". I also have log files and email notifications from 2018/2019, so I know it was working correctly at some point. Are log files not created when the check is run manually (as opposed scheduled daily/weekly/monthly)? I have 14GB free on my flash drive, so it's not an issue of usable space. What do you suggest?
  8. @bonienl I ran a manual check on a drive and got a lot of BLAKE2 hash key mismatches (mostly .nfo files modified). I received the details in a notification email, but there's no log file in /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.file.integrity/logs , even though I do have error logging set to "Syslog & Output File". I also have log files and email notifications from 2018/2019, so I know it was working correctly at some point. Are log files not created when the check is run manually (as opposed scheduled daily/weekly/monthly)? I have 14GB free on my flash drive, so it's not an issue of usable space. What do you suggest?
  9. Can you do this in terminal / mc by moving /mnt/user/Media/Movies to /mnt/user/Movies ? That is, you can create shares by simply moving or creating folders inside /mnt/user/ ? Do you risk screwing up your other data by manipulating files directly inside /mnt/user/, a la the User Share Copy bug?
  10. So I don't have to worry about overwriting random file data or parity data in this situation? I guess the Parity is being updated when this file transaction occurs, but it would be a legitimate parity update, right (i.e. both files would be 'protected' by my parity)?
  11. I know that you should never copy/move between disks and user shares (e.g. from /mnt/disk1/Share1/File1 to /mnt/user/Share1/whatever/File1), but I'm wondering about moving (i.e. copy, then delete) files from one disk to another. For important files like personal photos, I prefer to copy, then compare checksums, then delete the source (rather than just use `mv`). If I copy a file as follows, what happens? (assuming I have a share "Photos" with both those disks included) SRC: /mnt/disk1/Photos/Pic1.jpg DST: /mnt/disk2/Photos/Pic1.jpg Now you have 2 versions of the same file in 'identical' locations within the Share. Is this a situation that should be avoided? What exactly happens?
  12. How has this build been working for you? I take it the Gigabyte GA-AX370-GAMING 5 does successfully use the RAM in ECC mode with the 2700X?
  13. Upgrading my build from an ancient AMD Athlon 64 X2... Picked up a Ryzen 7 2700X, and intend to eventually upgrade to a 4th gen Ryzen. So I was thinking to get an X570 board. I really want to use ECC, mainly to help preserve my hundreds of thousands of family photos/videos. This thread seems pretty conclusive that ECC either doesn't work at all, or at least the detection/reporting doesn't: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/88613-is-ecc-working-on-x570-unraid/?tab=comments#comment-822702 I may also want to try for GPU pass-through to make this a streaming gaming rig. Anybody have any thoughts or suggestions?
  14. @PhantomXiii I picked up a Ryzen 2700X and trying to determine a motherboard that supports ECC and is easy to get GPU pass-through working. I may eventually upgrade the CPU to 4th gen Ryzen, so was thinking X570 chipset. Did you finish your Ryzen build? What motherboard(s) did you look at?
  15. @PhantomXiii what motherboard? Did you have trouble getting GPU pass-through to work for gaming?