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  1. Thx for the great podcast and the links Will be moving soon to a new home so i can do a clean setup of all new and fun stuff
  2. i did increase the timing somewhat but that is a good idea to time that. Will do that once the check is done in a day or 2 or so
  3. yes the partiy check did start automaticly.
  4. i did a normal reboot via the Gui on unraid and i got the warning Parity Check Tuning Automatic unRaid Non-Correcting Parity Check will be started 1629649753 Unclean shutdown detected warning i dont have any VM currently running they are off and only 6 dockers online.
  5. 64 GiB DDR4 Multi-bit ECC on AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X
  6. that would be nice to see. i also saw that video if the gpu is using less kWh if the VM is on then when its off. Would be great if unraid detects the nvidia/Amd gpu to load the driver so it can put it in a lower powerstate. Saves power and maybe some heat also.
  7. Yes i know i can do that with the second picture. But in the first one i can only enter a host port.
  8. i moved to this docker because the linuxserver ones isnt beeing updated anymore. i disabled the VPN option because i dont need that. A Big problem that i have with this docker is i get often [12.08.2021 00:56:44] The request to rTorrent has timed out. [12.08.2021 00:56:50] The request to rTorrent has timed out. When i than press F5 to refresh the page it just keeps loading. I have to restart the Docker but often than also it doesnt get to the gui. it doesnt want to run at all. So what is different on this client then the old linuxserver rutorrent ? When i run the old docker of linuxserver. i start that one i can add 100 torrents and it goes instantly no problems no lag nothing. for both dockers all ports are open on the router etc.
  9. When i edit a template and i add a port i see this when i have it on anything else than bridge. When i put it on bridge i see containerport and Host port.
  10. Yes i agree, doing it all in 1 go is a hard task as ZFS isnt that easy and pretty complex. Like next release introduce the ZFS pool. User can make a new "array" pool etc the normal zfs way with no ability to add a single+ hdd's. And work on it with new releases to increase support for ZFS to be more stable and better about it so that finally that you can make a ZFS array where you can do like you can do now with the unraid array but with the ZFS features. That would be almost the best of both worlds unraid and zfs.
  11. Well ZFS or not ECC RAM is always a nice to have in the Unraid server. It helps extra against data corruption etc. For a normal PC it isnt really needed. But for a Nas system or a server with important stuff its a very nice thing to have. ECC is an additional feature which adds a new and directly applicable protection, something that does not exist in any capacity without ECC. ECC is always used on hardware RAID cards and by the same measure should be used when implementing software RAID or any other software storage technology which uses RAM as a cache or integrity calculation buffer.
  12. would need atleast 1 extra empty disk in the system then to make a begin and copy the data. But we'll see when its that far. I think it will take some time before it will get a final version that can do this in unraid.
  13. It would be really great when that is possible with ZFS yes. Best of both worlds. The freedom of how Unraid does it currently and the extra taht ZFS offers. Would be great if we can convert our current array to the new zfs one with this feature. Ofcouse with the hope that you can add any size upto the parity one etc.
  14. if you going to make a ZFS pool does that still enable adding hdds like we currently can in that pool. In normal ZFS that isnt that easy/impossible ?
  15. Old topic Sure but would be great to beable to add in the template that you can do the multiport thing. Also if the docker is on Custom Br:0 so i can give it a own IP. i cant "redirect" ports like when its on bridge.