Xaero

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  1. Linux Systems Administration. Sysadmins spend a lot of time being intimately familiar with configuration files, packages and their dependencies and resolving conflicts between them. They would be expected to have some familiarity with programming languages (C/C++ generally) as well as being comfortable with a terminal and scripting languages. Modern sysadmins also work with automated deployment systems a lot, things like CHEF/Docker/Kubernetes are going to be premium skills to acquire. This is the field I would like to get into, but never feel confident enough with my skill level to dive
  2. It would also be nice to address the color blind accessibility concerns by implementing terminal color profile support. I had a topic on this previously, but it seems heavily related to this since we're talking about readability. I basically am forced to use putty/kitty/ssh in another terminal emulator just so I can have colors that I can see (specifically the folders being light blue on bright green is awful)
  3. This would be a question better directed at Plex, rather than unraid. They would be able to confirm what those IPs are for, or if they are foreign. Most likely, however, they are the IPs for the Plex server as the Plex application allows both direct and indirect connections thru their own "proxy" service on their side.
  4. For the absolute bleeding edge I'd probably suggest passing thru a thunderbolt PCI-E card and using a fiber optic thunderbolt cable with a thunderbolt dock at the other end. This would give you video outputs and USB inputs for basically raw performance. It's a bit on the expensive side. For the budget oriented I would head in the direction of using Moonlight to access the VM's remotely. This would limit your I/O options a bit, and would introduce some latency (the thunderbolt dock option would be effectively zero latency.) Moonlight has clients on basically every OS imaginable at this poi
  5. Does anyone have any input on this? Not super familiar with iptables and such; but this seems like the only way to approach it?
  6. Reposting my response here so we don't keep bumping that other thread; From diag.zip -> system/ps.txt: nobody 31750 0.3 0.0 0 0 ? Zl May17 4:31 \_ [transmission-da] <defunct> The transmission-da process has become a zombie. Interestingly, the container is using dumb-init which should be handling the zombie process cleanup with a wait() syscall; but doesn't seem to be. Typically this would indicate that the offending zombie process is waiting on IO of some kind. I also note in your syslog that the BTRFS docker image was corrupted (twic
  7. Easiest way would be to just bridge all the cards together. A network bridge *is* software level switching. Don't expect good performance with this. Even if your CPU has hardware acceleration for network loads (some xeons) it's going to be substantially slower at the task than the FPGAs used in standard switching applications. It's why routers make poor switches and switches make poor routers. Servers can be pretty good firewalls and routers but they are generally awful switches.
  8. You can try Chrome Remote Desktop as well. Video quality suffers from time to time in my experience, and depending on your corporate firewall, DPI might block CRD - though I doubt it if TeamViewer works for you. In my case TeamViewer did the same to me, which is unfortunate because I used to recommend their product - but aggressively flagging power users as "corporate" usage is just an indicator that they just want the cash grab at this point. I ended up breaking down and setting up Apache Guacamole and use RDP with NLA on the server-side of things. (I.E. you enable RDP and NLA in your VM
  9. So I'm trying to set up something slightly more "advanced" in terms of firewalling for the VPN. I have two tunnels configured, one which is only me, and I don't actively use this tunnel intentionally. It's my backup way in. My second tunnel is where all of my actual endpoint users connect. Ideally, I want them to have access to: 10.253.0.1 (Unraid on the Wireguard side), 192.168.252.72 (Unraid on the local LAN side), 192.168.252.254 (Local DNS) and no other local IP addresses. How can I set this up with a blacklist or whitelist? Currently I'm whitelisting the above addresses, but wi
  10. I'm pretty sure plugins just "don't work" with this container. At least, I haven't been able to get any that aren't pre-bundled with deluge to work.
  11. Any chance of adding support for Deluge-RBB plugin for this docker - it would make it infinitely more usable (it adds a browse button to WebUI and remote desktop clients) Currently, if you make no changes it errors out trying to import from common.py. I've tried adding the PYTHONPATH env variable which gets me further, but I stillg et "Cannot import name get_resource" on "from common import get_resource" but I don't see an actual python COMMON.PY anywhere (I see the deluge ones, but none for the actual python package)
  12. Is it possible to stop the Unraid WebUI from listening on Wireguard interfaces? For one, since I use SSL - clients that don't have access to the LAN can't see the dashboard anyways; for two I'd like to be able to bind a dashboard docker to the HTTP port for clients that are connected via wireguard. Right now I believe the nginx server is bound to 0.0.0.0 - I'd like to change that to the fixed IP, if possible.
  13. You are correct, it is automatic, I went ahead and proceeded blind (never a great idea) and it worked just fine.
  14. I'm trying to format my cache drives with 1mb alignment with the new Beta30. I have moved all the data off the cache drives and created a backup, I've stopped the array, and I'm ready to format but my only options are BTRFS and BTRFS encrypted and I don't see a way to adjust the alignment? P.S. I've searche as best I can with Google and the site's search but I keep getting results from 2014 regarding alignment. Solution: Just formatting them automatically resolves the issue.
  15. Since all of the errors are with AER and they are all Corrected - it would be safe to disable AER - however, I would not recommend doing so. Instead, since this issue is being triggered when attempting to access the memory mapped PCI Configuration; I would use the kernel option to switch back to legacy PCI Configuration you can do so by adding the following kernel parameter: pci=nommconf This will force the machine to ask the device itself for it's configuration parameters rather than mapping the device's configuration to a memory address. There's a completely negligible perform