nukem492

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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
  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
  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 n
  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 v
  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.
  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?
  16. Upgraded my docker containers and then my machine locked up a few hours later. I let it run for a day or so, hoping it might power through whatever it was doing, but eventually power cycled it (just via reset button; not power down/up). I have not had lockup/freeze problems in the past. Then, "Fix Common Problems" alerted me of the unclean shutdown (as expected) and also of "Call Traces found on your server". I've attached my syslog.txt. Can anyone interpret or deduce something useful from the log? I can attach other files from the diagnostic zip, if necessary. s