SundarNET

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  1. all good now, I forgot that you have to connect to port 80 and not the controlr port
  2. I can no longer connect to my server from this app I also cannot change the port number
  3. im going to try this asap , and yes im using btrfs cache pool of 2x 1tb ssd drives and my appdata folder is there. thanks for the update
  4. i have BTRFS cache but not using and will keep note of the running for a few days when testing
  5. you don't need physical access for troubleshooting stuff like that do you ? I could just make you an account and give you access to my server if you wanna have a looky PM me if you like either way im still gonna do the AMD thingy later
  6. i was going to jam a fresh install on an old AMD 8 core box i have kicking around and then we will know for sure I also have to add I love your work most of the stuff I use is yours
  7. if i get time later ill attempt to test this on other unraid servers I have access to as I just had a thought that it also could be xeon CPU related ?possibly, I can't recall if its been reported by other non Xeon users
  8. I dont think the amount of cores has any effect 'just me blowing my horn sorry' , it seems to be speed and file size related, i found files over 2 odd gigabytes as a single file were the issue and if the speed went over about 3-4 megabit then your CPU use peaks like madness Ive been shaping my large files down to 300 Kbytes and it seems to be ok. 'i know the difference between bits and bytes' just add a large file over 2 gig as one file and let it go see what happens CPU should spike if speed goes over 300-400kBytes per second, I could be wrong but i did some decent trial and error to find out that
  9. I dont think the amount of cores has any effect 'just me blowing my horn sorry' , it seems to be speed and file size related, i found files over 2 odd gigabytes as a single file were the issue and if the speed went over about 3-4 megabit then your CPU use peaks like madness
  10. Any updates on this issue it would be nice to have it fixed or even one response to the issue would help!
  11. This has been annoying me for a while now but I believe ive found the main issue here trial and error can be fruitful still its damn annoying to know we can only download files smaller than 2.3 something GB ,Im crying on the inside just tried a speed cut for large files to 300K and seems to help somewhat getting a 50% average and some peaks of 80%
  12. just adding in from my observations around 10 Mbit is not too bad around 20 Mbit gets me 50% load then higher it gets worse ill edit this comment as I see more! 2.3GB file downloading at about 6-10Mbit and im getting 90-100% CPU loading on all 80 cores I had to pause the download it was going to fry my server now CPU loading is at 7-15% ish this is the strangest thing I only had to pause the one download im going to try and start something else and see what goes down! 1.3GB file @ 10-20Mbit and getting about 20-50% loading I just shuffled a new download to the top there is also another smaller file downloaing 149MB file @ 200-500Kbit now 3 files going @ 12-27Mbit 20-40% CPU loading Im going to throw a different big file at it now 11G file @ 10-15Mbit 14-25% CPU loading ok bad test the 11G download is lots of smaller files as opposed to the single 2.3G file off to find a huge single file I need to get ok added a new file 6.4G file @ 7-10Mbit 60-80% CPU loading the CPU loading is actually fluctuating quite a bit from 30 ish up to 80-90% it started to get into the high 80-100% fry my server load so I had to pause my downloads ok so it seems to be something with large files around 2GB or larger approx and download speeds of over 10Mbit
  13. funny you mention that I dont think it is the issue 'I could be wrong' I just upgraded from the internal quad port LAN 2x 1GB 2x 10GB in my Dell R910 server, ethernet connections all running @ 1gb, to a dual port 10G fiber optic card and found it exactly the same
  14. I must agree it was fine for a day but now yup 100% again and its directly correlative to the download speed anything over 10mbit peaks CPU use thank you MammothJerk for that one! and I keep complaining because my system is a quad xeon server with 40 physical cores and 40 HT cores and when you see that shit maxx out its worrying
  15. I have been getting the same how old is your docker I had to remove mine and reconfigure it to stop this issue but just inmagine seeing that on 80 cores