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  1. Thanks for the journey thus far, Ive switched over to Wireguard it was easy to setup
  2. Odd no issue here testing speedtest.net via VMs vs baremetal on GB fibre, Im in Auckland
  3. Worked it out!, helps to make notepad+++ your default editor in 7zip, lets see it it works for me!
  4. How did you mod the script? Im having the same issue as others with drives not spinning down
  5. Ok...drumroll.....the fix was simple! I simply had to reset my network settings on my windows 10 host and WHAM! gui pops up without issue!
  6. Im having the same problem, no luck launching the webgui
  7. Hi I ran a gather to a single drive, upon completion the other drive shares are still showing the same folders I 'gathered', do I need to run again? what am I doing wrong?, I did miss a red box about permissions? perhaps that's the issue? problem was it pops up for a few seconds and disappears, Im hoping there isnt any double ups!
  8. Basically I want to rearrange where the drives are physically located including parity within my 24 slot chassis
  9. Hi, Ive searched however still not 100% clear as to best practise around physically rearranging an existing arrays harddrives into different slots within the array Can anyone help with a step by step breakdown?
  10. Ok, googlefu...changed the NCQ of the array drives from 1 to 31 and speed has increased dramatically, doing a clear on 2 drives, gone from 38mb/s to 130mb/s as soon as I made the change, I am a happy camper!, I was about to hit the go button on another HBA controller! Command to change your NCQ level is echo 31 > /sys/block/sdX/device/queue_depth sdX is your device, echo XX is the level you want to change to
  11. I guess there is more going on, same drive external of array, fast, within array slow, NCQ tweak changed the game for me so far!
  12. Ok, googlefu...changed the NCQ of the array drives from 1 to 31 and speed has increased dramatically, doing a clear on 2 drives, gone from 38mb/s to 130mb/s as soon as I made the change, I am a happy camper!, I was about to hit the go button on another HBA controller! Command to change your NCQ level is echo 31 > /sys/block/sdX/device/queue_depth sdX is your device, echo XX is the level you want to change to
  13. Ok, googlefu...changed the NCQ of the array drives from 1 to 31 and speed has increased dramatically, doing a clear on 2 drives, gone from 38mb/s to 130mb/s as soon as I made the change, I am a happy camper!, I was about to hit the go button on another HBA controller! Command to change your NCQ level is: echo 31 > /sys/block/sdX/device/queue_depth sd'X' is your device, echo XX is the level you want to change to, max is 32 command to check what your NCQ is set too: cat /sys/block/sdx/device/queue_depth sd'X' is your device
  14. FWIW, New 1st timer Unraid build, I have an array speed issue(Posted) that maybe related, drives within the array are maxing at 40mb's including clearing of 2 new drives, the same drives(Unassigned) outside the array transfer speeds disk to disk via krusader are approx 170mb/s, the drives within the array have a NCQ of 1(all drives including parity), the same identical drives outside the array have a NCQ value of 32 and are blazing quick, how can I set the NCQ value to 32 for the array drives? or what for a patch?