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  1. It does not prove anything, could still be that the drives are having issues.. But memory sounds more likely then..
  2. Hi, I just upgraded my server: Consequently I have allmost my complete old system for sale now: - Supermicro X9SCM-F - Installed Xeon E31230 - CPU cooler (Coolermaster) - 32GB of ECC Ram Basically everything you need but for a case, psu and drives. I think EUR 250 would be a nice price. Anyone ?
  3. If you can scrape it together I would go for the new hardware...
  4. Do you see the network cards under settings / network ?
  5. I would run it again.. Also maybe check your drives? If the segfaults are unrelated then maybe there is a disk having issues..
  6. Hi, I am using Syncthing to sync my main unraid server to my backup system. Works great. I recently made some networking changes to my system and where my unraid servers (and with that dockers) used to be connected with 1gig utp, the situation is now as follows: Main server is connected with 10G SFP+ to my internal network, running on 192.168.1.0/24 Backup server is connected with 1GB SFP+ to my internal network, running on 192.168.1.0/24 The main server and backup server have a direct connection with 10G SFP+, these have their own network: 10.10.10.0/24 (primary .1, secundary .2) The two syncthing dockers have ip addresses in the 192.168.1.0/24 What I now would like to do is have both syncthing dockers communicate over the 10G private network between the two servers while I can still reach the servers on their 192.168.1.0/24 address. The interfaces all work, if I give the dockers a 10.10.10.0/24 address then they sync fine but the webgui is not reachable anymore.. Any idea how I could do this within a docker ? In the end I could use two VM's but I am pretty happy with the docker setup and would like to keep that..
  7. And it works ! For anyone interested, the following ebay card works out of the box immediately: https://www.ebay.nl/itm/MELLANOX-MNPH29D-XTR-DUAL-PORT-10G-ADAPTER-CARD-MNPH29D-XTR-NO-GBICS/264238911491?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649
  8. I just added a mellanox sfp+ interface and gbic to both my pc and my unraid server. Both are connected to a Mikrotik 10gig switch. The whole systems functions and I do have an increased transfer speed. However... I used to have an active-backup bond as network connection, this used to be 2 1gig utp network connections and things were fine. Initially I changed the bond and interface assignment to have the 10gig mellanox as eth0 with eth3 (the old primary utp 1gig) in the bond. When I set it up like that my transfer speeds seem to be limited by the speed of eth3.. I solved this for now by removing eth3 from the bond (having a bond now with only eth0 in it), this works and gives a big increase in transfer speed. Ofcourse I would like to get my bond back.. Is there some way of making this work with the 10gig beiing the primary link that is allways used and the 1 gig only used when the 10gig fails ?
  9. I took the easy way out and bought me a new Mellanox card that -does- do eth out of the box 🙂 These things are realy cheap on ebay.. I now have a MELLANOX MNPH29D-XTR DUAL PORT 10G ADAPTER CARD - MNPH29D-XTR This one does eth out of the box, now waiting for the DAC cable... Btw: I ordered thru SF.COM... These guys are realy extremely cheap..
  10. Dont need it at all... I am allready testing with it... Its just that there are a lot of users that do not feel very comfortable with changing files, thats all..
  11. Would be a great plugin.. I would love to do a live test to see if it really makes any difference to turn off or leave on...
  12. Out of my comfortzone here 🙂 I'll think of another solution.