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  1. Okay, so I upgraded again through the WebUI so as to provide new diagnostic configs. I updated, rebooted, and now everything is working okay. I'm not sure what happened the first time around, but thank you all for your help.
  2. Here's a list of my devices.... looks like I have a few. Not sure which ones are relavent: IOMMU group 0: [8086:1918] 00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v5/E3-1500 v5/6th Gen Core Processor Host Bridge/DRAM Registers (rev 07) IOMMU group 1: [8086:1901] 00:01.0 PCI bridge: Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v5/E3-1500 v5/6th Gen Core Processor PCIe Controller (x16) (rev 07) IOMMU group 2: [8086:191d] 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation HD Graphics P530 (rev 06) IOMMU group 3: [8086:a12f] 00:14.0 USB controller: Intel Corporation 100 Series/C230 Series Chipset F
  3. @ChatNoir OMG. Thank you so much! However, I'm running into a HUGE issue. With 6.9.2, some of my drives aren't being recognized: So I downgraded back to 6.8.3 and my drives are recognized again: Is this a known issue with 6.9.2? What can I do to resolve this?
  4. I saw that there was an update for Unraid, so I ran it. Because I'm tired I just went into "zone out" mode and I'm not sure what happened. I thought it finished, which is why I think I closed the popup dialog, but again, not sure. After I closed the dialog, Unraid was still saying there was an update and some of the page wasn't rendering correctly. So I stupidly rebooting thinking (again, because I'm tired), oh, this must be like Windows and need to reboot after updating. Well, now it won't start up. I cannot access it via SSH and cannot access it via WebGUi.
  5. So are you saying that it SHOULD be 192.168.8.1? The IP of my original network? Yes, I already setup the static route.
  6. OMG, Thank you!!! This is exactly the same thing that was happening to me and the reason i was about to post! First off, thank you for having the same unraid setup as me (custom domain, using cloudflare, same issue with wireguard). Secondly, I took your suggestion and went with it. I didn’t like having my domain root (domain.com) not being protected by cloudflare’s proxy. So i created a subdomain (vpn.domain.com) for this purpose. So my A record still is protected by Cloudflare, but now my subdomain’s CNAME record isn’t. I know in the end it still point
  7. I tried following the tutorial on the blog (https://unraid.net/blog/wireguard-on-unraid). I am able to connect to my VPN, however, I lose my internet connection and cannot connect to the server or any other computer on the lan. Also, I tend to access my unraid dashboard by going to domain.local, but when I'm connected via VPN, how should I connect to my dashboard? Should domain.local still work? Or do I have to connect to it via IP? Am I supposed to use my internal IP address? or the new IP address range that is being assigned via VPN? (I tried both, but nothing is work
  8. I'm running into the exact same issue. I can connect to my VPN, but no internet connection, nor can i see any of my other computers on the network. Also, I tend to access my unraid dashboard by going to domain.local, but when I'm connected via VPN, how should I connect to my dashboard? Should domain.local still work? Or do I have to connect to it via IP? Am I supposed to use my internal IP address? or the new IP address range that is being assigned via VPN? (I tried both, but nothing is working -- which is why I'm posting about this in the first place).
  9. This was working fine for me a few days ago. The only thing I've done was added a SAS controller to my hardware. I updated Krusader and now I'm getting the following message:
  10. I’m new to Unraid and docker, and have very little experience with virtualization. I just want to make sure that I have the concepts correct when it comes to how I want to setup my Unraid server. I would like to create a Development Environment on my server. I just wanted some advice on how to best implement this? Should I start installing the languages and compilers that I need straight into Unraid? Should I download docker-ized versions of the languages and compilers? Should I run a VM to create an “environment” for development? And then maybe run Docker f
  11. So in the past, I just had a Synology DS411+II with 4, 2TB (Old Seagate Barracudas) drives in a RAID 5 configuration. I was just going to offload the data from the 2 TB drives onto another computer, then reformat those drives for use in Unraid. However, it seems that the case I have for my server only supports 4 drives and since I have an almost empt 15U rack, I was thinking of getting a rack enclosure. However, it’s been a while since I’ve looked into controller hardware. I’m looking for advice on an HDD rackmount enclosure and/or if I should go SATA or SAS or even min
  12. This is probably what I'll have to do because I can't afford to buy new drives just for the server. I was hoping to reuse what I already have so I can sell the synology without any drives. The synology works, it's just slow and can't handle everything I want to use it for. I cannot transfer directly from one onto the other because I don't have any spare drives.
  13. I have an older Synology with four 2TB hard drives on there. I'd like to move my data onto my unRaid server that I just got. I have a 1TB SSD that i'll be using for the cache, and a 3TB HDD that i'll be using for parity. Am I able to just take the drives out of the Synology and hook them up to my unRaid server and have unRaid do it's thing?