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  1. My experience in my specific array is very good. Running 0.6 without errors in any drives and when I clic on the drives I notice the slow spin up to read the directories, so it is really working well. I have been moving files and even deleting folders, no errors in the drives. My main issue is that even with that feature enabled my shelve seem to be still power hungry... but I will need to investigate more. I'm using this PCI card: [1000:0087] 01:00.0 Serial Attached SCSI controller: Broadcom / LSI SAS2308 PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS-2 (rev 05) with a
  2. When you have the plugin installed the "support thread" link on the plugin, links to the feature request thread and not to this one. That needs fixing also I have just installed it without issues, waiting to see if it works...
  3. When you have the plugin installed the "support thread" link on the plugin links to this thread. That needs fixing also
  4. Thanks a lot you really helped me. I also had an issue with a dual nic I350 Here I add the Original and modified configuration; Original: <hostdev mode='subsystem' type='pci' managed='yes'> <driver name='vfio'/> <source> <address domain='0x0000' bus='0x01' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </source> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x01' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </hostdev> <hostdev mode='subsystem' type='pci' managed='yes'> <
  5. You can install VFIO-PCI CFG pluggin from APPS to help you see the IOMMU groups and edit the configuration automaticly. I recommend trying to leave the adapter without network config first. I have done it twice, the interfaces disappear from unraid, but if you find out you have a weird network setup shown in unraid you can delete config and get to defaults. To restore default network configuration delete these two files and reboot: /boot/config/network.cfg (i.e. the file network.cfg in the config folder of your flash device) /boot/config/networ
  6. ok, I imagine you are thinking that developing that SAS support has a cost. Let's try to help. I'll buy 1 PRO license if you support it. Thanks, Ruben
  7. I also tried some commands to spin down one drive and ended up rebuilding a drive... not sure if the drive was damaged by the command itself or was not related but I will not do any other tests until it is under supported development.
  8. Please allow SAS drives to spin down before even getting more array pools, I think spinning SAS drives up and down should not be that difficult and will allow us to have larger arrays. Then we will be so happy to get multiple pools Thanks a lot.
  9. Hi unraid techies, please solve this problem, I'm also in the SAS side
  10. Upvote, I want this feature. I have a 15 drives shelf full of SAS drives that don't spin down. +15
  11. I have same issues in 6.0.1, it keeps retrying to unmount...
  12. It's working, I've been able to install plex docker. Thanks you both guys for your help. Sorry for my stupid issue. Thanks
  13. OMG, you are right, a bad network setting due to a network device in repair now... thanks for your help, I'm going to test it and replay as soon as I check it's working, at least the plugin seems to be installed.
  14. diagnostics zip attached I used plugins page to install, don't know old way
  15. I installed the new V6 by backing up the old, format, copy all new V6, run the boot script (I needed to modify it to work) and then I copied back the settings. I've never used plugins in any of my older installs. I can ssh the unraid server and try any command you want to check if the FS is fine... thanks