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  1. where are you looking for the cd/dvd drive to "show up" in unraid? When you plug it into the motherboard, does it show up in the BIOS?
  2. Its a consumer grade p/s so it doesn't talk to the ipmi. That can be ignored. Do the other values look right? (12v rail, 5v rail, 3.3v rail, etc) That's "b2", right? It could be related to "option rom" issues. Check if the bios is set to load option rom. Maybe your video card needs a bios update. You said you tried taking the video card out and it still wouldn't work? What about the HBA? Have you tried taking that out and seeing if you get the same "b2" code.
  3. Unraid gets decompressed to and runs from memory anyway, but no
  4. diagnostics? preferably while in the middle of a slow transfer
  5. When you say "hangs", does it become unresponsive? does it eventually recover or does it need to be rebooted?
  6. Is it slow during the entire transfer or starts fast and gradually/suddenly slows down? Its my understanding that SMR drives leverage a CMR cache area to speed up writes but once it fills then any other writes slows to a crawl.
  7. I found this its an old post but it says not to worry since the "order" was for greater than 0. CPU 0/KVM: page allocation failure: order:4, mode:0x6080c0(GFP_KERNEL|__GFP_ZERO), nodemask=(null)
  8. Looks like your drive got hot while building parity. Check air flow in your case/around your drives. This is common to happen when building/checking parity but its not really a good thing for the drives life.
  9. Sata ports by their very nature are bad designs and known to cause all kinds of reliability issues. Are you using the ones with clips? I hear those are marginally better. It may not be the motherboard port, it could be the drive(s) ports too. As an example, my windows computer began randomly rebooting and after a week of troubleshooting, I narrowed it down to a faulty sata cable going to the ssd boot drive. That computer has been unopened and unmoved for over a year and worked flawlessly up until a few weeks ago. The cable or connection just decided to give up without notice. So I know and have witnessed it happening. And on top of that, reseating and the power and sata cables is relatively easy and cost-free troubleshooting step so it never hurts to try it first. Next up to that would be swapping the cables with new ones if you have them. Good luck
  10. Looks like you're using the on-board sata ports. Try changing cables or at least re-seating all of them as @Dissones4U suggested and maybe check the power connection to the drives/ssd. Should probably run a scrub afterwards on the cache.
  11. I have 4 or 5 shares I set up for my media: 2 "TV" shares and 2 or 3 "Movies" where between the TV and Movies share I have folders set up to allow me to export them to the plex container as either Read-Only or Read/Write permission. For example, "TV" share has a "wtv" folder (my migrated recordings from windows media center) which I do not want plex to "accidentally" delete - this is exported as RO. Then I have a "recordings" folder which I allow plex to save TV shows to and that gets exported as RW. I guess my point is that you can export multiple "Paths" to the plex container rather than your entire user directory. You just add another path when configuring the container and set the host path to your unraid-side media share/folder (i.e. /mnt/user/Movies) and the container path to what you want it to appear as within plex (i.e. /Movies). You'll then need to configure your Library in plex and tell it to look in "/Movies" for your movie library and repeat for each exported path. Thats because you exported your directory "/mnt/user/" to the container as "/data", as seen in the screenshot under Container Path. You can rename it to anything you'd like and that is what it will appear as in plex. Just my 2 cents about how I have it set up and what can be done
  12. Flash drive IS set as boot device in BIOS? Try plugging it into a windows computer and see if needs to be fixed. Happened to me once when upgrading. Just in case, do you have a flash drive backup?
  13. Looks like you're stuck at your add-on card ROM. correct, no raid. That card should be able to present your disks as a JBOD and unraid handles the rest. Are you pressing any key combinations to enter the card's ROM? Can you just ignore the "No Device" warning and continue the POST/Boot process?