Maor

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  1. Seems like we will get a user friendly tutorial within a couple of days.
  2. How can I remove a machine linked to my servers? When I go to my servers section of unraid forums, I have there all my servers, which connected to my account. I want to remove one unraid server from my servers, Sign-out on the machine did not do the trick. It seems the feature to remove a server is not yet implemented.
  3. I am already on latest bios, I have noticed, that in early after boot in dmesg is this for the failing drive nvme nvme4: failed to set APST feature (-19)
  4. Unfortunately, issue still persists, I have added the "nvme_core.default_ps_max_latency_us=0" Apr 22 23:39:42 Unraidbox kernel: BTRFS error (device nvme3n1p1): bdev /dev/nvme3n1p1 errs: wr 1, rd 0, flush 0, corrupt 0, gen 0 Apr 22 23:39:42 Unraidbox kernel: BTRFS: error (device nvme3n1p1) in btrfs_commit_transaction:2377: errno=-5 IO failure (Error while writing out transaction) Apr 22 23:39:42 Unraidbox kernel: BTRFS info (device nvme3n1p1): forced readonly Apr 22 23:39:42 Unraidbox kernel: BTRFS warning (device nvme3n1p1): Skipping commit of aborted transaction. Apr 22 23:39:42 Unraidbox
  5. It is soon to tell, whether it solved the issue, but from what I found, it seems to be the right fix to my issue. I might ask to add this to fix common problems plugin
  6. Hi, I have a Threadripper 1950x + X399 Zenith extreme, used to have X399 Aorus pro. I have a bunch of NVMe SSDs and three nvidia 1070. I did have Samsung PM983 and PM963 SSDs and after month or so suddenly one SSD stopped being detected by motherboard and soon after all of them. They work perfectly in other PCs. I have RMAed the Aorus board and got refunded, so I bought new Zenith board without much success. So I switched to Kioxia exercia SSDs and after a week of so one SSD started giving me btrfs errors Apr 21 12:27:01 Unraidbox kernel: BTRFS error (device nvme2n1p1): bdev /
  7. Nice usecase! I am surprised, that the only missing features are iSCSI and ZFS. In my opinion there are more important features than ISCSI, but I agree with ZFS and it is already in the works.
  8. I disagree, letting users to open a root user access from internet is a basic security sin. Just changing the username from root to "John" would make it so much harder. Up until now, Unraid was not supposed to be accesible from internet and the official narrative says "You can control Unraid from internet" with only a password, blaming users for improper use is wrong. Fortunately, the devs are making progress in 6.9.2 introducing blocking of IPs for failed logins! I hope more security features to come in the future
  9. AMD fixed the reset bug on latest gen of GPUs, so no idea, what the author is talking about.
  10. I can just stop using Unraid... Not a solution. The security issues are known for ages, hopefully more hacks will happen and the devs are forced to fix them.
  11. This just sreams, how Unraid has poor security. How long till we can setup more users and control permissions like on any other linux distro? Will we ever get SFTP of NFSv4 with password protection...
  12. I do not remember where exactly I have read it, but Unraid devs had some issue with NFS4 breaking something else. I suppose, that there is no problem with making a build, that would have NFSv4 enabled in kernel, but the problem is with userspace utilities.
  13. Just fighting the same problem, eventhough, I have tried to fix the AllowedIPs myself, it still does not work. Perhaps there need to be additional configuration done to Unraid such as enabling ip forwarding... Also IP forwarding seems a bit broken in my unraid 6.8.3 had to do quick fix sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1 but this is not persistent
  14. +1 I just discovered that in order to get a protected NFS share, I need NFSv4! Well, I would expect this to be no.1 feature to have for a NAS OS, which Unraid is supposed to be.