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  1. I never setup such a connection (that I remember), and do not have any disks physically located in that machine which are not assigned already. I only started receiving warnings about this location yesterday, after updating Unassigned Drives. When I went to the plugin, I could see nothing there, as I no longer have any extra disks in that machine. Given I have no extra disks, and currently have no need for unassigned devices, I removed the plugin, then rebooted, so I can't go check again. Hopefully this removes this error, and if I ever need to use another device, I'm
  2. It seems I'm being encouraged to do so... I only became aware of any of this when I started getting errors emailed to me yesterday, about /mnt/disks/Backup, which I never setup, and don't really understand. I just want to get everything working again, the best way possible. thanks Meh, I just uninstalled Unassigned Devices for now. Hopefully that fixes my errors.
  3. I appreciate the help. I don't believe I need/want to mount remote shares. The previous functionality was just fine, and I've not seen anything that makes me thing I need to change; other than the post I quoted, which seems to indicate I DO have to change something. I don't know the benefits or disadvantages of using remote shares, or changing to use legacy (which is generally not the ideal solution to many issues I've dealt with in the past). Assuming it's "best" to use the new system, it's unclear what exactly this means. What new mount point, how doe
  4. What are remote shares, why would I want or not want them, and what might be the advantages of using the new system (and changing all my dockers and VM mappings) vs just changing to using the legacy mount point compatibility? I've begun getting errors in the morning with "fstrim: /mnt/disks/Backup: FITRIM ioctl failed: No such file or directory" the syslog has this line in it "Dec 9 14:57:35 media unassigned.devices: Successfully mounted '/dev/sdb2' on '/mnt/disks/Backup'." I don't intentionally have any disk called backup, so I'm not sure what has caused t
  5. I got en email yesterday morning with the subject line - cron for user root /sbin/fstrim -a -v | logger &> /dev/null and the message is - fstrim: /mnt/disks/Backup: FITRIM ioctl failed: No such file or directory The only thing I think I may have changed in the last few days was updating the unassigned devices plugin (but may have updated a docker also). I'm not really sure where to look for an issue, as the SSD Trim plugin has been installed and I've not messed with it for a LONG time, maybe years. I don't believe I have, nor should have,
  6. Thanks again. I originally had passed only 2 cores to windows, but it seems unraid doesn't quite honor that (maybe I'm mistaken), so i just unpinned everything. I feel like this might be an issue with the virtio-win-0.1.189-1 version I'm using, but I also don't know enough to know if that's valid, or what to do about it, other than try installing other versions and testing, but that seems quite a bit of work for a slightly maybe solution. Hopefully people that actually understand how this all works have some ideas on what I can try next.
  7. Thanks, but I did that already. I am able to pass the entire controller to windows just fine. That is not an issue, and I don't believe I need any help doing that. What I am having trouble with is Windows not handling this controller properly, working for a short time, then failing until I delete the USB controller in windows. This worked fine until the windows VM is rebooted, then I need to perform this process again, which is much more difficult to do without a working mouse or keyboard in windows (because the controller isn't working after a few minutes.)
  8. yes. thats how it was set when it used to work. I included that screenshot in the first post. That does pass the whole controller, but once in windows, it 'break' and stops working until/unless I delete the USB device in windows. That's the actual problem I'm trying to resolve. I'm able to pass the entire controller fine, but it doesn't work in Windows.
  9. Does anyone have any idea where I can go for help on this issue? I'd really like to get it resolved. Thanks
  10. I have been digging some more. I discovered a few things. I had pinned the controller with syslinux.cfg prior to the plugin being merged into unraid, so when I tried to remove it in the system devices, it wouldn't remove. I removed it from both VM configs, but it wasn't until I manually removed it that I could actually see the usb devices connected to it. unraid showed the logitech dongle and a hard drive I had plugged into this controller. I unplugged the hard drive and unraid stopped showing it. I rebooted unraid. I updated system devices to bind the controller a
  11. I have an asmedia USB controller that used to work fine, but now, it just won't work at all. It worked fine for at least a year. Then, about a year ago, I noticed I could no longer reliably control my windows vm with my keyboard/mouse. I messed about trying to resolve, but just ended up rebooting the VM until it would work again. Later (recently) I discovered there's a yellow triangle under universal serial bus controllers in device manager in the windows vm. it's next to the asmedia eXtensible 3.0 driver. I deleted this, then scanned for new hardware, and it popula
  12. I tried installing that plugin 3 times, but had ZERO luck. I downloaded the python v26 and v27 (I think, they are the only 2 offered on the plugin page), but after installing, neither one showed as a plugin in deluge. Oh well, it'd be nice to have it work, but I have probably spent 5 times more time trying to automate this, than what it would take to just do it manually every time. I'll just set it up in Deluge again, in the normal settings, and maybe one day it will just start working properly for me. thanks for the guidance.
  13. I am using binhex's sonarr and deluge dockers. What I'm trying to do is have a torrent automatically delete once a seeding ratio has been reached. Setting the seed ration in the indexer setup in Sonarr seems to pause the torrent in deluge, but does not delete it. Setting the seed ratio in deluge also pauses it, even though I have the box checked for remove, it doesn't remove. Am I doing it wrong, or is this just not possible?
  14. I'd really like to resolve this. Does anyone have any idea how to resolve this? @Limetech, can you help here?
  15. I have all dockers pinned to CPU 1, and have my Windows VM pinned to CPU's 3 and 4. The dashboard shows all 4 CPU's pretty well maxed out with all dockers turned off, and the Windows VM shouldn't really be doing anything right now, yet the server seems maxed out. What is going on, and should I just give up on CPU Pinning, since it seems useless to me?