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  1. When using Mullvad with Wireguard, via Custom VPN option, is it necessary to enable to VPN Killswitch in the Mullvad configurator? Or should I leave that disabled and let the docker/iptables handle the killswitch function?
  2. How do I clear it? I don't see any options to acknowledge/clear warning. Only Ignore
  3. Are my drive temps high? Case is clean. Airflow hasn't changed.
  4. Totally stumped. Temps are stable during the day, but I get a CPU Overheating warning from Fix Common Problems every night around 4AM Any insights in my Diagnostics? tower-diagnostics-20201015-0551.zip
  5. UPDATE: Happy to report that replacing my Linksys EA9500 router with an ASUS RT-AX88U AX6000, turning on Adaptive QOS and prioritizing Streaming Media fixes the problem so effectively that I am now able to watch two simultaneous NAS to Kodi box streams of Lucy (4K Remux), WITH 100MB/s download going on. In real-time, the router essentially deprioritizes the 100MB/s download to about 80MB/s and the streams both are 100% stable. I'm shocked. Not to mention, with WIFI 6 speeds, I'm getting over 500mbps from the router to my computer which is in the same room.
  6. UPDATE: Happy to report that replacing my Linksys EA9500 router with an ASUS RT-AX88U AX6000, turning on Adaptive QOS and prioritizing Streaming Media fixes the problem so effectively that I am now able to watch two simultaneous NAS to Kodi box streams of Lucy (4K Remux), WITH 100MB/s download going on. In real-time, the router essentially deprioritizes the 100MB/s download to about 80MB/s and the streams both are 100% stable. I'm shocked. Not to mention, with WIFI 6 speeds, I'm getting over 500mbps from the router to my computer which is in the same room.
  7. binhex-emby binhex-radarr binhex-sabnzbdvpn binhex-rtorrentvpn binhex-sonarr binhex-nzbhydra2 binhex-jackett No virtualization etc.
  8. Thanks. And final question... there's no way to set Parity Checks to run at multiple windows, right? IE from 12AM - 7AM and from 3PM-5PM?
  9. I've read through a number of posts, but I'm still a bit confused as to the best settings for CA Auto Turbo Write Mode. I have 1 cache, dual 8TB parity, 18 drives ranging from 4TB to 8TB. I'm struggling to determine optimal settings for the following two parameters Disks Allowed To Be Spun Down Before Invoking Turbo Mode Polling Time In Seconds Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  10. OK, thanks both of you. With an 8TB parity, my checks usually run about 20ish hours. Any issues with checks running over like 4 nights?
  11. Dual 8TB https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Xeon+E3-1276+v3+%40+3.60GHz&id=2269
  12. I have an aging server (Xeon 1267v3, 32GB RAM) on a gigabit network. I've sorted out my Kodi cache settings and have things really stable, even with 4K Remuxes (finally). However, when I'm running parity check, I can see that my Kodi cache buffer never fills up -- It can't keep up. If I pause Parity Check, it fills instantly. Clearly, parity is impacting, however, is the decreased throughput during Parity Checks typically a result of CPU usage -- and a CPU upgrade would help -- or a result of disk performance and potentially unsolvable? What kind of logs would be helpful to diagnose this? Thanks so much!
  13. Bartop Arcade is the device downloading Both are buffering, yes. They are on separate floors so I can't test at same time, but if one is, the other would be. I've never found that it to be random. Yes, continuous download that is running for hours. Version 4.6 Quick aside question... For 4K playback, what is actually required? I keep seeing from Kodi wiki that you want to be able to play up to 140Mb/sec for stable 4K, but looking at Remuxes, I have yet to find anything over 80Mb/sec
  14. While I won't pretend to know much about iperf, I ran a few tests and confirmed that when there are NOT heavy downloads, there is 900+ Mbits/sec between my Unraid server and the Kodi clients. I've also confirmed that when there is heavy downloading on the network, the iperf test results drop accordingly to about 60Mbit/sec, so clearly it is having an impact. I've attached an image of my network. I was under the impression that using Gigabit switches would enable 1Gbit/sec across each ethernet port -- which is to say, I could have a computer pulling 900+ MBits directly from the internet, while the Kodi devices also pulled a combined total of 900+ MBits from the NAS. Any help would be greatly, greatly appreciated! https://i.ibb.co/ccCmBQN/Capture.png