ramblinreck47

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  1. Welcome to the world of stupid Supermicro IPMI controls. They group fans together and there's not a way you can change that. I haven't seen anyone come up with a code to fix that.
  2. ASRock Rack updated the BMC in a way that negates the previous fan settings. They made it more inline with what they did with the X570D4U and X570D4U-2L2T. I believe the method that @Horfic came up with for the X570D4U should now work with the X470D4U. Overall, we really need an update to this plugin to include these new commands for these ASRock Rack motherboards. https://forums.unraid.net/topic/38108-plugin-ipmi-for-unraid-61/?do=findComment&comment=984253
  3. I’m positive that motherboard doesn’t have IPMI.
  4. Thanks for these! I just wanted to say that #9 is missing wget in front of the web address. I couldn't figure out what was going wrong until I figured that out.
  5. Thanks for posting this! I'm really excited to use this! The problem right now is I have no idea how to get the files from github (Do I copy the scripts and make a .txt file? What are the extensions I need to make them?) and I can't find /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/ipmi/scripts anywhere (is it on the flash drive?). If you don't have time to make detailed instructions, that's okay. If you end up having more time to patch this into the IPMI plugin itself, I might just wait till that happens.
  6. This thing would be awesome for some small form factor builds if the drivers could work with Unraid. It might just take someone buying it and seeing if it can work.
  7. I guess I missed your reply...I might have had it on my phone or some other window. I’m not completely sure but I’ll definitely look for it next time it happens. Luckily, this thing was just annoying and the poweroff command was enough safely shut everything down and ensure that it wasn’t an unclean shutdown.
  8. Currently on version 6.9.0-rc2. This is the second time this has happened to me in the last month. I shutdown my backup server and then my GUI for my main server starts giving me the 500 Internal Server Error, but I'm still able to access everything via ssh. I managed to grab syslog while in ssh, but I'm having trouble making heads or tails of why I'm seeing UPSTREAM TIMED OUT all over the place. Is it possible that the flash drive is going bad or is it some plugin that's causing issues? Any help would be awesome! syslog.txt
  9. Have you tried some of the commands that @cakes044 found? https://forums.unraid.net/topic/38108-plugin-ipmi-for-unraid-61/?do=findComment&comment=903172
  10. It really comes down to two things: Quality Do you want the best quality and efficiency for transcoding at a reasonable price? If so, you’ll want the GTX 1650 Super or above. It has the Turing encoder and decoder and it works very well. It does require a PCIE power cable though but it doesn’t use much power for transcoding. If you can handle a small step down in quality, a P400 or GTX 1050 or 1050 TI will work wonderfully. They are both 75W cards and the P400 only sips power. Number of Transcodes All Quadro cards under the P2000 and all GTX/RTX (except for the RTX 4000) cards are locked at 3 transcodes. The P2000 can handle about 20 1080p right out of the box. Going above the P2000 is really unnecessary for practically all servers unless you have a ridiculous number of people you share your server with.
  11. I'm right there with you with the X570D4U-2L2T. At least we can create fan curves inside the BMC. As for the IPMI plugin, I can kind of follow what @cakes044 did but I can't even get a config file to show up. After clicking OK and then hitting CONFIGURE, I get this: With these two motherboards becoming more popular, hopefully it'll get some special attention.
  12. I believe you mean 1650 Super because the 1060 is an older Pascal era GPU.
  13. Are you cool with more power consumption and a 2U layout? That’s what you’ll get with that Supermicro build.
  14. The Supermicro 846 is the gold standard if you can find a barebones one right now. More specifically one with a SAS2 backplane and 2 x PWS-920P-SQ. They were running about $300-$400 at the start of the year but have become very rare and expensive. I always keep a lookout on eBay or Craigslist for one. My 836 is great but I’d like the ability to add more than 16 drives.