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eXtremeSHOK

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  1. Well its working ;P Just testing and making sure it works correctly. I have 2 supermicro servers to test on, then I will do a PR
  2. @dmacias I can code the fixes and update the package, would you accept the PR and push the update ? Or should I rather fork, release and take over maintenance ? https://github.com/extremeshok
  3. im going to do some testing tomorrow and over the weekend, to find the address of the other fan controller. might be 02 / 12 / 22 .. etc
  4. currently testing : -vsync 0 -hwaccel cuvid -c:a copy -c:v h264_nvenc -b:v 5M
  5. Is there working support for GPU encoding (unraid nvidia plugin) and Cuda ?
  6. Please can you add support for dual gpu systems which have 8 fans. ie. add FANB, FANC, FAND to FAN A ipmitool sensor list all | grep FAN FAN1 | 5600.000 | RPM | nr | 100.000 | 200.000 | 300.000 | 1000.000 | 2300.000 | 3000.000 FAN2 | 5500.000 | RPM | nr | 100.000 | 200.000 | 300.000 | 1000.000 | 2300.000 | 3000.000 FAN3 | 5500.000 | RPM | nr | 100.000 | 200.000 | 300.000 | 1000.000 | 2300.000 | 3000.000 FAN4 | 5500.000 | RPM | nr | 100.000 | 200.000 | 300.000 | 1000.000 | 2300.000 | 3000.000 FANA | 5300.000 | RPM | nr | 100.000 | 200.000 | 300.000 | 1000.000 | 2300.000 | 3000.000 FANB | 5300.000 | RPM | nr | 100.000 | 200.000 | 300.000 | 1000.000 | 2300.000 | 3000.000 FANC | 21000.000 | RPM | nr | 100.000 | 200.000 | 300.000 | 1000.000 | 2300.000 | 3000.000 FAND | 20400.000 | RPM | nr | 100.000 | 200.000 | 300.000 | 1000.000 | 2300.000 | 3000.000
  7. Zfs on Linux, is not BSD zfs. Zfs on Linux is a near complete port and recode, many many optimizations. I am aware there is an addon, this is about native support. freenas is bsd, it’s not Linux kernel and not unraid. The argument to use freenas is counter productive it is the same as saying oh you want share files on a windows network (samba/cifs)... use Microsoft windows server.
  8. Zfs on Linux, is not BSD zfs. Zfs on Linux is a near complete port and recode, many many optimizations. I am aware there is an addon, this is about native support. With regards to btrfs ... I highly doubt you are using any of the advanced features, if it’s the default install, you might aswell be using xfs. Atleast recovery will be possible. freenas is bsd, it’s not Linux kernel, the argument to use free as, is the same as saying oh you want samba (cifs)... use windows server.
  9. Adding native ZFS, allows for multiple pools, snapshots, vm enhancements (thin provisioning, backups without powerdown, linked vm;s), server 2 server backups (you can stream zfs), bitrot protection, zfs with l2arc and zil, De-duplication, realtime compression.... etc. Unraid FS has its uses, multiple random sized discs, ideal for media storage etc, ZFS just ticks all the boxes for the other use cases. Adding proper ZFS support ticks more than just 1 feature request BTRFS is dead on arrival... anyone remember rieserfs ? BTRFS is so experimental, almost every kernel release has had breaking changes and constant bugs. BTRFS will kill itself in most situations and when you really want to tank all your data.... enable some "advanced" btrfs features, and power off your machine at the wall. Ubuntu and Redhat use XFS as the default. Ubuntu uses ZFS by default for containers. Proxmox has been using ZFS for years. Solaris and *BSD use ZFS ZFS on linux, is similar to *BSD zfs, but vastly different.
  10. App / Plugin ecosystem. Easy Docker deployments and GPU passthrough. Official support for ZFS with ssd caching (L2ARC + ZIL)
  11. @limetech running as a raid1 ... so alas ;/
  12. BTRFS on kernel5.x supports swapfiles located on the partition. The current version is not able to use a swapfile commands to create: cd /mnt/cache truncate -s 0 swapfile chattr +C swapfile fallocate -l 16G swapfile chmod 0600 swapfile mkswap swapfile swapon swapfile cat /proc/swaps actual:
  13. Hopefully a verison 5.x kernel This will allow for swap on BTFS partitions.
  14. Crashplan is so slow its a waste of time. this is after 1 month... 200/200mbit dedicated fiber, no shaping, no aup, etc.
  15. Any chance for 4.20 kernel , or you sticking with 4.19 for 6.7 and 4.20 for 6.8 ?
  16. that custom accepts cron syntax, eg 30 12 * * *
  17. Maybe make a tooltip or place an example, so one knows its standard crontab input Thanks
  18. whats the input for "custom" to enable hourly updates ? Thanks