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  1. Interesting, I didn't realise that was the max supported! Thanks
  2. So looks like it might have been my RAM XMP settings, looks like it boots fine on 2900mhz...
  3. I'll try! I don't have the exact version I was on so I'll try an older one
  4. I did a BIOS upgrade on my motherboard and since then I can't get unraid to boot. I made sure it is trying to boot from the USB in UEFI mode but I still get Cannot open root device. I tried a method suggested in another post of adding root=sda in the syslinux.cfg file but when I do that I get the same error. I have reimaged the USB a few times and then restoring the config from various backups but no progress. Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Unraid v6.9.2 Mobo MSI X470 GAMING PLUS MAX CPU Ryzen 2600 RAM 32GB Corsair CMK16GX
  5. Has anyone managed to get this to control Dell server fans, specifically the R510/R515? I have the system temperature detecting the CPU temps but I am not sure how to get the fans to be controlled via this. If Dynamix can't control the fans is there a way to get the CPU temps out into a shell script that can then do an ipmitool call?
  6. Did you find a solution for this? I'm currently using the script in here to slow my fans down but I can't get ipmi to read the temps of my CPUs so I have had a few temp related shutdowns. I have managed to get Dynamix to read the CPU temps but I'm not sure how to tie that into a script to get ipmi to change the fan speed because the Dynamix fan plugin doesn't detect the fans.
  7. I just stopped Docker and increased its disk size to 30gb and now it has installed. Looks like it may have been full. How large do you normally make the Docker image? I have just run a test download and it a lot slower than using the latest Docker image on a Linux VM, for me that maxes out around 6.1MB/s. Using Unraid the initial download is peaking at 4MB/s but averaging around 2... For the Linux based one they suggest assigning multiple IPs to the lancache setting, can this be done on the unraid on? The note says the lancache needs to match the fixed IP so I don't know how that w
  8. How do I run the diagnostics? Syslog shows this: Jul 15 18:12:20 Ragon kernel: BTRFS error (device loop2): bad tree block start, want 32849920 have 0 Jul 15 18:12:20 Ragon kernel: BTRFS error (device loop2): bad tree block start, want 32849920 have 0 Jul 15 18:12:20 Ragon kernel: BTRFS error (device loop2): bad tree block start, want 32849920 have 0 Jul 15 18:12:20 Ragon kernel: BTRFS error (device loop2): bad tree block start, want 32849920 have 0 Jul 15 18:12:20 Ragon kernel: BTRFS error (device loop2): bad tree block start, want 32849920 have 0 Jul 15 18:12:20 Ragon kernel:
  9. Hi, New to Unraid and this is one of the first apps I've tried to install. I am getting this error, any ideas what is wrong? Pulling image: mlebjerg/steamcachebundle:latest IMAGE ID [latest]: Pulling from mlebjerg/steamcachebundle. IMAGE ID [ff3a5c916c92]: Pulling fs layer. IMAGE ID [d81b148fab7c]: Pulling fs layer. IMAGE ID [f9fe12447daf]: Pulling fs layer. IMAGE ID [ad017fd52da2]: Pulling fs layer. IMAGE ID [9524b8487ad5]: Pulling fs layer. IMAGE ID [b23d7f8179a0]: Pulling fs layer. IMAGE ID [defd520e6351]: Pulling fs layer. TOTAL DATA PULLED: 0 B Error: open