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  1. Looks like you do have 5 streams going. The CPU useage is probably due to audio transcode. Not sure why your power and other metrics are not reporting properly...
  2. I can pretty much guarantee that is the wrong conclusion. My guess is that you have an extra space somewhere you can't see. it would help if you posted your docket run command
  3. Yes i can see everything transcoding both reported in plex as well as Nvidia-smi I am running 6.8.1 with a P2000 You should show us a screenshot of your Nvidia screen as well as settings for docker. Also just to make sure hardware accel is on in plex itself.
  4. Not going to help you. Only Quadro cards allow you to transcode more than 2 streams at a given time .
  5. Why are posting this in the nvidia thread?
  6. Thanks for the heads up. I’ll be able to triage when i get back home on Friday. Will report back when i have more info
  7. I am experiencing the same issue. I have an asrock board with 2 x P2000's installed with the previous 6.8.1 drivers (prior to today) everything worked fine. I updated again to make sure I had the latest goodies and can not boot anymore either. I will have to wait until Friday when im back to triage. looks like someone had success with physically removing his video cards for the time being so I may give that a go
  8. I can't tell if its not shutting down cleanly or if it is not posting for some odd reason. Here is a new set of logs after doing a reboot ( which I had to once again pull the cord on). I waited a good 10 mins before pulling the cord and getting back up arya-diagnostics-20191215-0804.zip
  9. After going to 6.8 on my server whenever I go to reboot the server the server never comes up. It looks like the server shuts down but then never posts. I can never get ping to respond unless I unplug the power cord and start again. Diag logs attached arya-diagnostics-20191214-1712.zip
  10. Anyone else having issues with getting the server to reboot? Looks like shutdown of the os completes but the server never gets to reboot and post . Hard reboot solves it but I can’t reboot now without physical access
  11. Is there any benefit once your data is moved to the cache drive to change the setting from prefer to only?
  12. Current Unraid supports three types of allocation methods- 1. High-Water 2. Fill-Up 3. Most Free I would l like to suggest a fourth. option of "Least Used". Here is the use case . Example use case- Assumption I have multiple drives of varying sizes and I want to spread out my writes across my drives so I dont have IO bottlenecks/contention. 1. Assume I download 10 movies. 2. If I have 10 data drives in Plex I would like a movie per drive to spread out my IO requirements when people go to watch those movies simultaneously. 3. If my. drives are varying sizes I can not do this outside of manually moving the data around via unbalance or cmd line. If they are the. same size the "most free" allocation method would be fine. this is. a key difference 4. With "least used", all my drives will get to a state where they have the same used capacity and then can split those file across the drives when mover is invoked. PROS: optimizes for minimizing IO contention Assuming "HOT" data is the latest data we can. get the best performance. of the system CONS: is expensive from a power perspective since all drives are spun up no guarantee that the files will distribute "perfectly" although you have a reasonable expectation for this where you have large files At the end of the day I think supporting the above for "Hot Files" and support some type of storage policy that targets specifics disks for cold data is ideal (eg. move data that is older than 1 year to a single disk and spin down that disk)