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  1. They say they now support redis auth, but I certainly cannot get it to work. Anyone else?
  2. v2 has moved to redis, but I dont see support for secure redis. Sad
  3. Dang. Secure Redis needs more support, especially for tools that contain or work with sensitive information.
  4. Damn, it was Firefox. Tried Chrome and VNC connects immediately.
  5. Same. Went to re-add a VM after months without and I cannot connect to it over VNC, and I have the feeling it's not progressing in the background. Edit: running version 6.10.0-rc2
  6. It's an old gen 3 i7. My experience is the same as yours, works better before you slice the model. It is definitely still usable. Sounds like I'd need to add a GPU which may not be worth it for that box, I'm using Plex on another system so it really doesnt need it otherwise.
  7. Any suggestions for performance? It works great, just a little choppy. Nice work!
  8. Leaving this for posterity. Per the norm, as soon as I actually post this I find the issue. @Squid did in fact on two occasions call out folder caching and fixed similar issue. He was right, I disabled folder caching and the rhythmic usage immediately disappeared. /facepalm
  9. About every 18 seconds two 10-12 second processes kick off, and they cause 25-35% cpu utilization. I have disabled docker, removed plugins, and watched processes, etc. There have been a few red herrings, like file activity viewer that was enabled. So far I see only one culprit that matches the timing but I can't figure out what's triggering it. Anyone recognize this process and know what it's linked to? Thanks all. ps auxf |grep leaf |grep -v grep root 4508 0.0 0.0 2648 792 ? S 14:46 0:00 | \_ /bin/timeout 30 find /mnt/disk1/backups -noleaf root 4510 0.0 0.0 4480 2740 ? R 14:46 0:00 | \_ find /mnt/disk1/backups -noleaf root 4509 0.0 0.0 2648 724 ? S 14:46 0:00 \_ /bin/timeout 30 find /mnt/cache/appdata -noleaf root 4511 0.0 0.0 4280 2576 ? R 14:46 0:00 \_ find /mnt/cache/appdata -noleaf (I know in this output the cpu is zero, it goes up immediately after, but only one process at a time. I chose this because it shows both processes and what they are "finding" hoping it will give a better clue.)
  10. I've seen UNRAID, unRAID, and Unraid. So, unraid, which is right (preferred)?
  11. Rebooted, uninstalled, reinstalled. Still shows on 'Dashboard' but not on 'Main'. Should I remove it from the USB directly and let it re-install again?
  12. Per the last update, 2021.05.26a, Unassigned Devices no longer shows up under 'Main'. Was that intentional and I missed something or is something wrong? Thanks
  13. Sorry Daggr, I never got this resolved. I see your edit, I'll have a look at mine to see if that helps. Thanks
  14. On 6.9, still happening, issue not fixed. I am using the "-i br0" option, but the process still bugs out after some time.
  15. Decided to install and just manually add all my docs from paperless back. I'm getting a strange error on about half of them and google is zero help. [2021-03-04 16:55:26,100] [ERROR] [paperless.consumer] Error while consuming document 2021-01-30-0104240000-none-20180222_175754-0000124.jpg: ExifOrientationError: Invalid rotation (0) The documents in question are absolutely oriented correctly. Has anyone seen this or know of a work around? Thanks!
  16. 6.8.3 to 6.9, no issues. Thanks all!
  17. What is everyone's favorite option for for getting logs out of dockers and off to syslog? NginxProxyManager comes to mind as a primary use-case. Thanks!
  18. I did a fresh install and the account doesnt appear to exist in the database.
  19. How easy it is to migrate hardware! I would love to see some webhooks, especially for notification options.
  20. Trying to figure out where unraid saves its iptables rules as well, anyone know?
  21. Thanks saarg, much appreciated!
  22. We're 90% of the way there, but I likely need someone who knows unRAID better than I to get me that last 10%. Basically, I was trying to run Security Onion in a VM, great tool if you haven't used it. The issue is that a linux bridge acts just like a hardware bridge (ie, switch), it won't forward frames that aren't destined for the correct interface MAC. There is a way around this: brctl setageing br1 0 brctl setfd br1 0 This essentially turns the bridge into a hub, blindly forwarding all packets. Great! Now how do I get that to survive reboot? Should this somehow end up in the flash/config/network.cfg? Can I execute bridge-control (brctl) commands there? I'm thinking not. Help!
  23. Surely someone has run into this besides me. I'd pass the NIC through to the VM, but System Information page says my IOMMU is disabled. I haven't found a way to enable IOMMU on this old HP 8300 Elite just yet. Edit: Assuming that IOMMU relies on VT-d then it's my CPU that prevents passing the NIC through to bypass the problem. I've got a i5-3450, and that feature is not included until you reach the i5-3550 or i5-3570. But the bridge interface not passing TCP traffic is still an issue.
  24. I have two nics on my unraid box, one is the configured management interface, the other I have enabled with no ip address. I use that port as a tap interface, as my switch mirrors the routers uplink port to it, I used to run QRadar on this machine. When I tcpdump the interface on unraid's shell I see all the traffic I expect. However, when I dump that interface with just CentOS minimal installed in a vm and both interfaces passed to the vm (br0, and br1) I see only broadcast traffic. Why? tldr; unraid tcpdump br1 = everything vm tcpdump br1 = broadcasts only help