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  1. Try installing it with one core but after the first reboot during the install, update the core count before Windows locks things down.
  2. That's a Win2008 Server issue and unrelated to KVM. Try reinstalling with the desired number of cores or try to re-register.
  3. On UNRAID's Tools page, run "New Permissions" against the lancache share. You'll need to repeat this process if any new files are created by the app. Alternately, you can telnet in and run MC.
  4. I just ran an Windows Update and it connected & downloaded. (Win10)
  5. @opticon - Go ahead and update the Docker and see if it fixes the issue
  6. If you run a benchmark of all your drives and look at the left graph, the lowest line at any given point on the X axis is the max speed you are going to get at that point. It'll give you a visual representation of what vr2lo is saying.
  7. I see the issue, it's a typo. It's passing a numeric position to the ListFirst function at the end of the line which doesn't take a numeric position. It's too late for me to push a fix tonight but I'll take care of it tomorrow.
  8. We haven't even hit the RC stage yet.
  9. If you use Plex on unraid, the Plex phone app has this ability.
  10. Running a Benchmark on a SMR drive that's fresh from the wrapper using the DiskSpeed docker will show really high & flat speeds. I don't have any history on your particular model but it'll look like this.
  11. If you notice how the drives have a flat line? That's what the program looks for to determining if bandwidth was capped - or if it seems the drive can output data faster than the drive controller or connection can handle. As per tee-tee jorge's comment, run a pre-clear on those drives and you should get graphs that match the trend on the Hard Drive Database
  12. Heatmap data has been added to the Hard Drive Database and is displayed for any drive model that has more than 25 drives benchmarked & uploaded. The 9th most popular drive based on uploaded benchmarks is the 8TB Seagate ST8000VN0022. Looking at the graph shows and odd dip at the 4.8GB mark but there are enough seemingly normal scans that you'd think that it might be a fluke but the heatmap scan shows the majority of the drives do have a dip at this point. http://strangejourney.net/hddb/
  13. That would be better represented by a color change. The heat map will be a something like an 800x200 grid where the drive size and read speeds are scaled to fit in that. The more times a spot gets hit, the brighter that spot would become. The line between the 11 spots (scanned every 10% plus the start) would be interpolated. Here is a demo that shows a heat map tracking temperatures throughout the year.
  14. I am having issues with the docker honoring the CACHE_SLICE_SIZE setting. I added a setting to the Docker app for this CACHE_SLICE_SIZE variable, setting it to 8m. As expected, the docker refused to start since it detected a change to the CONFIGHASH file. I removed it from the lancache directory and the Docker started up, recreating the CONFIGHASH with: GENERICCACHE_VERSION=2;CACHE_MODE=monolithic;CACHE_SLICE_SIZE=8m;CACHE_KEY=$cacheidentifier$uri$slice_range; However, all of my cache slices are still being limited to 1m. Any ideas?
  15. I have two data points, drive location and speed. I'd need a 3rd data point for a 3D representation, what would that be?