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  1. Complementando o Jorge, vai ganhar bastante desempenho. Outra coisa pra vc verificar em caso de VM lenta é a pinagem dos núcleos (CPU Pinning). Não compartilhe núcleos, senão dá lentidão.
  2. 3x Cooler Master HAF cases com - One Supermicro X10, One Xeon E5-2643v4, 32 Gbs of RAM, 2x 1TB ssd + 1x 4TB HDD array - One Supermicro X10, One Xeon E5-2643v4, 64 GBs of RAM, 2x 1TB ssd + 2x 8TB HDD array + 1x 12TB paridade - One Asus X399, Threadripper 2970, 64 Gb of RAM, 2x 1TB ssd + 1x 8TB array + 1x 8TB paridade E claro, RGB para mais desempenho - os HAFs são carinhosamente chamados de babybus-red, babybus-green e babybus-blue Todos os HAFs rodam Proxmox numa VM no Unraid por facilidade de migração de VMs e facilidade de administração de discos. o CEP
  3. @cesarvog / @DrLucasMendes : Finalmente terminei meu "rack": Falta algumas "miudezas" mas tá praticamente pronto. Depois posto as configurações mas sim, consegui montar uma rede 10GBit entre as máquinas usando uma topologia em anel, sem switch.
  4. Meus 10 centavos de Euro: SSD de cache não é obrigatório mas se for hospedar VMs usando vdisks eu recomendo muito hospedá-las no cache. Se não quiser hospedar as VMs em vdisks você pode fazer o passthru de um disco SSD dedicado para a VM. Pode fazer de duas formas: - By ID: Mais fácil e menos eficiente - O controlador fica com o Unraid mas o gerenciamento do disco fica com a VM. A VM não vai ter acesso direto ao disco (por exemplo, Samsung Magician não irá identificar discos Samsung) - Passando o controlador inteiro: Mais eficiente mas se não for NVME vai ter que passar o
  5. Great job @SpencerJ!!! Just some minor adjustments: 1) In the title, put capital P and capital B: "Pacote de idioma Português Brasileiro" 2) in this phrase, "Esta é uma tradução em português do Brasil...", put "Português" with capital P! 3) Instead of "tradução em" put "tradução para"
  6. I just made some minor changes in the first file! Tomorrow I will make more changes, I will try to keep a one file per day pace.
  7. @skois, I would say yes, I have files with weird characters, like é, ã, ç... I will try the baby steps approach you suggested. Now before that this morning I made the necessary changes to operate swag in port 443. That enabled me to add a rule in pfsense DNS Resolver to translate internally my nextcloud CNAME to my internal IP - worked like a charm in my workstation but in my notebook... It is a corporate Notebook, using Symantec DNS Protection / Override / WTF completely out of my control that skips my local pfsense DNS Resolver if it detects an external equivalen
  8. Thanks for chiming in @skois! Not that complex, just minimum gear for survival, . I'm kidding, yes, it is very complex - at least for me (or for us!). I will add VLANs in the near future to isolate my servers from the kids playing Roblox and from my wife clicking in vishing email links, I am just trying to fine tune everything before adding another layer of complexity. Your answers: Does the sync from client fails for ALL files? or some sync fine and others don't? It is a kind of random, every time is a different file. It fails while analyzing the remote fi
  9. Hello community! I need help. I am going NUTS with Nextcloud after "some" updates. I can not finish a sync using the local client, I always end with "Connection timed out". Sync runs for 5 to 10 minutes then fails. My setup: - Unraid 6.9.0-rc2 - Nextcloud Server version: 20.0.4.0 - Nextcloud Client version: 3.1.1 (Windows 10 Pro) - mariaDB: 10.4.17 - swag: latest version (not sure how to retrieve it) - pfsense 2.4.5 in HA with dual WAN (one fixed IP, one dynamic IP, using CARP addresses for LAN and CARP with double NAT for WANs) - using pfBLo
  10. Elaborate "this card". The USB card or the PCIEx expander? I would say both.
  11. @methanoid / @phat_cow - I can test is with a PCIEx extender cable that only transfer at 1x but it is a moderate effort, it is not that simple to do (my rig is watercooled, extra effort to move things between slots). What I think I can do without much effort is to convert the slot that is connected to my USB card to 1x using a BIOS option (I remember that I saw some cool PCIEx options in my Supermicro BIOS). I will give it a try but it will be a "soft" test, not a hard test. Wait for news.
  12. I completely DISAGREE with you. He is in the right place but he is using the wrong OS. @ehollman, drop your ESXi, install Unraid and it is all set.
  13. ehollman, I never tested it using ESXi. Are you not using Unraid?
  14. Cesar, esse roteador Untangle por algum acaso usa esse hardware? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07G9NHRGQ/?coliid=I3KGDWIU7ITJX3&colid=1BZM68AVVYF2I&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it