Fuoman

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  1. Im looking for assistance on diagnosing what is causing my log files to fill up, initially I thought this was an issue with my sas drives not spinning down causing errors, i have since installed the app from Doron (sas- spindown) this fixed my sas error but I'm still getting errors. I have attached the diagnostic files direct from my server. Thanks in advanced for the assistance! unraid-diagnostics-20201213-1427.zip
  2. please keep this alive. would love to implement a ioDrive in my system. I originally Requested this 2 years ago, Also this request won me the case badge from the give away. Please support.
  3. Hello, I have unraid on 2 systems and love how it works it's easy and convenient. The one thing I can say I love the most is the community. So many apps and docker support. Well built up community of genuinely good people. The one thing I'd love to see added is support for fusion io and memory io drives. These are nvme pcie ssd type drives primarily used as super fast cache. The have amazing endurance in the petabytes. Driver support and native software support would be amazing. One could wish. Thanks unRaid and Limetech.
  4. Absolutely love unraid, I have it running on 2 systems with an eventual 3rd. The best part of unraid for me is the simplicity of hardware passthrough and the amazing community. One feature I wish that I would love to have would be support for pcie fusion Io and memory io drives. These are fantastic as a cache drive and the endurance on these is beyond belief. Thank you for wonderful software and the great community team unraid.
  5. everything is working. thank you for all the assistance
  6. worked like a charm. this was my stupidity thinking the nic woulnt be aware as a dual port. thank you and sorry for my description of the issue.
  7. I have done this, just now. had to reboot my server and waiting to try connection. Ive tried to confirm all settings are set correct for smb and nfs sharing as well. i will try now with 192.168.3.2 and 192.168.3.3 for unraid 1 and unraid 2 then 192.168.2.3 and 192.168.2.4 for unraid2 and windows.
  8. hello Frank1940, this is not a diagnostics issue, it is not an issue with the servers or a configuration issue, it is the lack of a configuration that i need to figure out. my network is setup like this starting from first server and router. cisco 8port router. port 4 to onboard nic on first server unraid1 ip address is 192.168.1.81 this is the default port for webgui, docker access, truncated vm access using the internal routing in unraid. all my apps and things are router a 172.x.x.x ip. my second server is unraid2 connects to port 6 on my router with ip 192.168.1.11
  9. The servers have 2 seperate networks. 1gb is connected to a managed switch and router. 10gb is not. These are direct links, think of it as crossover. Over the 1gb link servers see and can ping each other without issue. The 10gb is direct from port 1 of the 10gb nic in middle server to the 10gb nic on first server. Port 2 on middle server is connected direct to 10gb port on windows machine. Windows to middle server works without issue. However middle server to first server does not. This is where I need a solution. 1gb is 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0. 10gb is 192.168.2.2, 192.168.2.3, 192.16
  10. Has anyone made and headway on this topic. I am in this exact scenario, I recently sold one of my servers as I was running my array on an external jbod supermicro chassis and my cisco server was doing the lifting. I removed the cisco and moved a low power system into the supermicro chassis and now have a 10gb connection direct to my main pc(desktop) in my office that now runs a second unraid os to do the lifting. 3 reasons; Noise, power, newer hardware, is why I'm doing this. I want to keep my 26 disks in the supermicro chassis and utilize the 10gb link I have between the 2 systems. I have man
  11. Yes I have a 200mbps wan connection handled by my router vm on another server that is super quiet, this goes to my 1gbps switch. This side of the network is good. It handles all my non essential stuff as mentioned before. Then I had 6 connected to the 10gbps switch which all have 1gbps failover anyway. They really have no need for the 10gbps. The nics were free from work as well as the twinax cables so that's why I did that. The 10gbps switch it basically not essential and pulls 93 watts from the wall at idle. So I want to remove that. Then the cisco is just overkill and power hungry compared
  12. I currently utilize 10gb to all my servers and directly to my 2 main computers. I have a quanta l6bm 48 port 10gb switch. Problem is I want to eliminate this as I really only need 1gb to most of my stuff except 3 interconnects. Currently i have my intel x540 configured to connect to my main pc for file transfers. I do see around 2000mbps between my nvme drives. The reasoning for 2 unraid server is one will not be touched other than basically redundant nas, with a small website. The second server is for my main function and the 2 port nic is for iommu passthrough so my vm is on a seperate vlan
  13. I have a peculiar idea I'm trying to accomplish. I'm trying to downsize my servers and would like to setup 2 unraid machines together. For simplicity they will be unraid 1 and unraid 2 Unraid 1 will be low power and have a supermicro x10slm motherboard with a intel celeron g3220 dual core with 8gb of ecc ram. Inside a 24 bay supermicro chassis. This system will have a 10gb nic feeding via fibre to unraid 2 as well as my lsi card for the backplane. Unraid 2 will have a e3 1230v3 with a dual port 10gb nic with 6 10k rpm drives in raid 0 cache as well as a pcie nvme optane drive. T
  14. I have a peculiar idea I'm trying to accomplish. I'm trying to downsize my servers and would like to setup 2 unraid machines together. For simplicity they will be unraid 1 and unraid 2 Unraid 1 will be low power and have a supermicro x10slm motherboard with a intel celeron g3220 dual core with 8gb of ecc ram. Inside a 24 bay supermicro chassis. This system will have a 10gb nic feeding via fibre to unraid 2 as well as my lsi card for the backplane. Unraid 2 will have a e3 1230v3 with a dual port 10gb nic with 6 10k rpm drives in raid 0 cache as well as a pcie nvme optane drive. T