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  1. just to wrap the thread up I did the swap today after I got more thermal paste and its been amazing I am seeing amazing numbers compared to the old CPUs so thank you all
  2. Thanks hoopster lots of good info there thanks for giving me hope a 40 dollar fix is gonna work because replacing this whole chassis would make me sad haha.
  3. Yes the parity is still being built I know that will effect performance but I front loaded all the data onto the array prior to adding the parity disks to increase the speed which I could transfer onto the array. Before I added the two parity drives that are now building into the pool I was already having CPU in the red quite a bit just running the dockers and streaming simultaneously which is where I decided to investigate how crap these CPUs were. I found a website that shows all the LGA1366 socket CPUs and it looks like the two 5680s I found are the second best CPU (5690s being the best) that I can get. I am going to buy those two CPUs for 20 bucks each and see what the difference is. With the passmark score being 3x higher should I expect 3x more CPU performance or is it not linear?
  4. I found a pair of 5680s for cheap from a local seller just now and it appears that the passmark for dual 5603s is 4139 while if I swapped to these dual 5680s the passmark would be 13340 isnt that a huge jump? (3x the rating) https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/[Dual-CPU]-Intel-Xeon-E5603-vs-[Dual-CPU]-Intel-Xeon-X5680/1246.2vs1312.2
  5. So there is no modern CPU that can plug into a LGA1366 socket? That stinks as changing 96GB of RAM and a chassis is way beyond my means atm.
  6. So I just threw together my old NAS and put unraid on it to try it out and see how I like it and I haven’t touched the 96GB of RAM, the drive speed and NIC speeds are all being limited by something and im pretty sure it’s my two old CPUs. They are E5603s and with sonarr, radarr, plex, sabnzbd, and a half dozen other dockers running it gets sluggish when I go to stream. What’s a cheap-ish upgrade for those two CPUs that will be plug and play with my LGA1366 chipsets? thanks in advance loving the unraid community so far 🤗
  7. Googled around a bit looks like root/root is 0/0 for PUID/PGID so I deleted perms.txt with the container running, changed the two lines on the config from 99/100 to 0/0, restarted the container and now no error. Did I just get lucky or should I be scared that it appears to work now ?
  8. stopped container, deleted the /config/perms.txt file, restarted container, same error and same PUID/PGID
  9. So I'm still loading all my data back onto the nas after the rebuild and when I was running tests to see speed I was pausing my SMB transfers for like 10-20 seconds trying to test speed and I think that may have been the issue. Today I finished a drive pool and between when I disconnected it and connected the next set of drives to transfer onto the nas I saw a steady transfer over 60MB/s so I think its just the pipe between the NAS and my PC is pretty full and once I finish all the inbound traffic from my drive pools the speed will be back to what I used to have. I'll post back here if not but I think I was just jumping the gun and not testing thoroughly enough.
  10. Second seperate issue so I made a second post but I have been unable to see speeds above 30MB/s with this docker and my old Freenas setup with sabnzbd (not your version just a standalone app on a ubuntu 16 server) was almost always between 80-90MB/s. Is there any reason for that? Test transfer to the system from my PC upstairs Test download through sabnzbd Speedtest of network (with tons of stuff running not clean)
  11. Sure thing here you go. I basically deployed it with zero changes to the config except one which is that the appdata folder is on a unattached device SSD that I use for all my appdata folders for faster speeds. Also one more thing I noticed later is that when I first install the SABnzbd docker it reloads to 172.17.0.2:8080 which is unreachable but then when I go to the correct IP on my network it works and asks me to configure. I see this on my docker container main page: Hope that helps thanks for looking into it
  12. I am having a similar issue to the person above me. Everytime my sabnzbd restarts it loses everything and comes up unconfigured. According to the logs its having problems saving the sabnzbd.ini.bak file but I checked as I made edits this last time and not only did the timestamp on that file change but the size increased. Below is what the event log for sabnzbd is throwing. I found multiple posts about linux ACLs but I ran getfacl on the directories and that file and see no special ACLs and everything is set to 777. thanks 2019-11-03 01:08:04,298 DEBG 'sabnzbd' stderr output: 2019-11-03 01:08:04,297::INFO::[config:848] Traceback: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/sabnzbd/sabnzbd/config.py", line 844, in save_config shutil.copymode(filename, bakname) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/shutil.py", line 105, in copymode os.chmod(dst, mode) OSError: [Errno 1] Operation not permitted: '/config/sabnzbd.ini.bak' 2019-11-03 01:08:04,297 DEBG 'sabnzbd' stderr output: 2019-11-03 01:08:04,296::ERROR::[config:847] Cannot create backup file for /config/sabnzbd.ini.bak 2019-11-03 01:08:04,298 DEBG 'sabnzbd' stderr output: 2019-11-03 01:08:04,297::INFO::[config:848] Traceback: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/opt/sabnzbd/sabnzbd/config.py", line 844, in save_config shutil.copymode(filename, bakname) File "/usr/lib/python2.7/shutil.py", line 105, in copymode os.chmod(dst, mode) OSError: [Errno 1] Operation not permitted: '/config/sabnzbd.ini.bak' 2019-11-03 01:08:37,341 DEBG 'sabnzbd' stderr output: 2019-11-03 01:08:37,340::ERROR::[config:847] Cannot create backup file for /config/sabnzbd.ini.bak
  13. So after messing up the settings for my network royally I gave up and deleted the network.cfg file from the USB and rebooted the server for default settings. This allowed me to connect via my PC again and get into the GUI where I used a much lighter hand to edit the configuration settings and found this config to be the best for optimum throughput: getting a consistent 990~Mbps now Hope this helps some other newbie down the road
  14. So while you were posting that I decided to get bare bones and disabled my other Ethernet ports, disabled bonding, and disabled bridging and now my GUI is unreachable and my server can’t reach the router. Any thoughts 🤦‍♀️
  15. I have 1Gb ports on every device, router, hub, NAS, PC, yet when I try to transfer the files from my old nas onto this new nas (same chassis and ports though) I get 10MB/s transfers instead of 80-90MB/s like I was with the same ports transferring the files off over the last week before I rebuilt it. Is this due to unraids speed limitations? Or maybe the way unraid works with drives? Or maybe because my parity is still building from the initial pool on-lining? Here are my devices and basic config if it helps but keep in mind none of this hardware changed from this morning when the last bit of my data downloaded at 85MB/s: PC (ASRock X299 EXTREME4 LGA 2066 Intel X299 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 ATX Intel Motherboard) to Router (RT-AC68U) to NAS (Intel Gigabit VT Quad Port Server Adapter) My old setup had a R710 in between the router and the NAS that had a iscsi ethernet link to the NAS set up in vmware. Even with that extra hop to the data I was still getting faster speeds so I am wondering if this is just something to do with unraid? Any help would be great thanks!