Maxrad

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    unRAID Plus | Array 48TB (Store: 6x 8TB. Parity:1x 8TB) | Cache: 1x 500GB NVMe | AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Eight-Core @ 3400 MHz (C states turned off in BIOS) | ASRock X370 Taichi | 16 GiB DDR4 Multi-bit ECC RAM | EVGA GTX 1050ti | Thermaltake Suppressor F51

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  1. I modified SMB Extra to: #unassigned_devices_start #Unassigned devices share includes include = /tmp/unassigned.devices/smb-settings.conf #unassigned_devices_end [global] spotlight backend = tracker [Media] path = /mnt/user/Media spotlight = yes … rebooted Unraid 6.9.2 and spotlight search seems to be working again in macOS Finder over SMB! I haven't examined logs for potential adverse events but will do in a little while.
  2. After upgrading from Unraid 6.8.3 to Unraid 6.9.1 I immediately encountered the problem described in this thread. macOS connecting via SMB to Unraid share unable to search. I tend to search on filename and file kind from macOS Finder. I cautiously attempted to apply configuration parameters described in this thread, but unsuccessful returned the Unraid 'SMB extras' field to original text. It would be great if a future update to Unraid might include feature(s) to more easily configure Samba to support Spotlight search. Otherwise I expect I'll invest some time in to learn
  3. I experienced the crashing you describe with my Ryzen 1700X build. I applied the small fix to overcome an idiosyncrasy with the first generation Ryzen processors impacting Unraid. You might find this thread helpful with more information about this issue. There might be other threads in this forum with a better explanation. You might try the following. Shutdown Unraid, pop your Unraid USB flash drive into another computer and carefully modify the syslinux.cfg file to add a boot parameter "rcu_nocbs =0-11" The parameter "rcu_nocbs =0-11" would be suitable for the Ryzen 16
  4. Quiet patience rewarded! Upgraded to Linuxserver.io - Unraid Nvidia 6.8.3 to take advantage of GeForce GTX 1050 Ti for Plex hardware transcoding. All working well. Impressed with and appreciative of your work. Thank you very much.
  5. I recently built my second Unraid server to host Plex Media Server – this build Intel-based. I am expecting this server will serve mostly video media that doesn't require transcoding. For media that does requires transcoding I'm expecting to favour using software transcoding instead of hardware transcoding. I am however curious to evaluate Intel Quick Sync Video for hardware transcoding. For now, hardware transcoding is not a priority for me. Reading through this forum thread I understand Plex Media Server (Plex Pass) running on Unraid 6.7.2 to leverage Intel Quick Sync Video hardw
  6. A binhex-plexpass docker container for Plex Media Server 1.15.6.1079 isn't being prepared? This update announced here Plex Media Server 1.15.6.1079 is now available to Plex Pass users in the Beta update channel about five hours ago. Perhaps I should just wait patiently. I very much appreciate binhex's work. Thanks.
  7. This looks very similar to my build. unRAID Plus | Array 40TB (4x 8TB array, 1x 8TB Parity, 0x SSD Cache) | AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Eight-Core @ 3400 MHz (C states turned off in BIOS) | ASRock X370 Taichi | 16 GiB DDR4 Multi-bit ECC RAM | EVGA GTX 1050ti | Thermaltake Suppressor F51 I went with the ASRock X370 Taichi because it features 8 SATA ports (plus 2 by ASMedia ASM1061). I've been very happy with this build running very well for several months primarily as a Plex media server. The MSI X370 SLI Plus features 6 SATA ports. I disabled Ryzen
  8. My testing was less comprehensive (I hadn't noticed modification dates) but came to same conclusion. I'm not longer using AFP. I'm happy with unRAID SMB setting "Enhanced OS X interoperability" set to "Yes" and macOS Finder connections to unRAID using SMB (Connect to Server smb://sam@192.168.30.40/Media) 🙂
  9. Upgrade from 6.6.7 to 6.7.0 okay. Initially macOS Finder tags applied to files and folders on share (connected via SMB) vanished – no major consequence. Change SMB setting "Enhanced macOS interoperability: Yes" restored macOS Finder tags applied to all files and folders. unRAID Plus | Array 40TB (4x8TB array, 1x8TB Parity) | 0x SSD Cache | Ryzen 7 1700X | ASRock X370 Taichi | EVGA GTX 1050ti | Thermaltake Suppressor F51 | 16GB RAM | Docker containers: binhex-plexpass, tautulli, HandBrake, transmission.