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  1. Fantastic! Installed and working. However I do get these errors when I run it, but it does not seem to affect functionality. nvtop: /lib64/libtinfo.so.6: no version information available (required by nvtop) nvtop: /lib64/libncursesw.so.6: no version information available (required by nvtop) Thank you so much!
  2. Oh yes I understand why you don't want to include 3rd party. I just thought I would ask if it was possible. I would still be grateful for a separate plugin. I appreciate your work here my friend.
  3. Well I'd hate to have a whole plugin just for one command. I can check the with the nerdpack author and see if they are interested?
  4. I have a suggestion/request: is it possible to include nvtop command with this plugin? I thought about asking in the nerdpack plugin, but seeing how it requires the nvidia plugin to be useful, I figured that here was a good place to start
  5. Since the last update, all of my existing torrents have disappeared. The files are still there, but the qbittorrent client shows no torrents. All categories are gone, all previous incomplete and completed torrents are gone in the client. It looks like a clean install. I have made no changes to the template, and everything is set how it should be.... Neither Sonarr or Radarr are adding torrents. This is a major inconvenience to say the least. Any suggestions on where to go from here? Edit: It seems that the torrent client IS actually running properly, with Sonarr/Radarr adding and managing torrents properly, but it's the WebUI that's not functioning. I found this bug report for qBittorrent 4.3.8 which describes my issue exactly.
  6. I have 12 drives powered by a backplane which uses 3 molex as input. I wouldn't feel comfortable running more than 4 drives off one header. Had a friend running 6 drives off one header in a non-unraid setup, and he kept getting drives dropping out of his raid array. Turns out that putting 3 on a separate header solved the issue.
  7. Just throwing this out there, but has anyone looked into PWA support? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_web_application Sonarr, radarr, openwrt, and most google services seem to work flawlessly. I'm not a web developer, but curious if this could be done within themes? I really like this feature, and prefer sites that use it over an app most of the time.
  8. Hey binhex! Thanks for making such great containers. I know it's been a busy week for you in this forum, but i just had a question for clarity sake: I know you added the ADDITIONAL_PORTS variable to the container recently to "tighten up", but how is this variable used exactly? I currently have everything running under the new config, with sonarr/radarr/lidarr using the privoxvpn network stack, but it seems that I still need the individual port maps (container:host) to access the WebUI for each service, as well as entered again in the ADDITIONAL_PORTS variable? My assumption is that any ports being added to the privoxvpn network stack should be both added as both a docker port as well as added to the additional ports variable, correct?
  9. Does your bios support 4x/4x/8x? I had an issue with my hyper m.2 where I had a single nvme, I had to leave it on 16x, when I added a second, I had to use one in slot 1,another in slot 3 and set bios to 8x/8x before it would detect. 4x/4x/4x/4x wouldn't work. I have a third nvme to add, I'll let you know how it goes, but I expect I will need to set it as 4x/4x/8x before it'll detect properly. System specs in Sig.
  10. My idle power is 216w on dual Xeon e5-2690 v3 w/ GTX 970 for transcoding, a dozen spinners, 2 sata ssd and 3x nvme. I'd be interested in tips to help bring that down a bit more if possible. Good thing power is cheap where I live.
  11. Are there any power management features available? Possible methods of reducing power usage during GPU idle, etc?
  12. That cpu supports 24 pcie lanes if I recall, that means each graphics card will take 8 each, and the lsi card will use another 8 which means that you may not have enough to use the m.2, and definitely not both m.2 slots. The best thing to do is to download the manual for the motherboard and look into the details... Many boards disable a few sata ports if using a second m.2. A lack of pcie lanes is a major limitation of desktop hardware used as a server. Motherboards are often configured so that the 3rd 16x slot, and the second m.2 are tied to the chipset rather than the cpu, which can give you the ability to connect more pcie devices, but the connection between the cpu and the chipset is only a 4x connection, meaning that you only get 4x performance shared amongst all devices connected to the chipset.
  13. I think the H700 can be flashed to it mode... Look into it. That's not a bad server for the money. Especially considering the added storage options. I used to run my unraid on desktop consumer hardware and the upgrade to the server chassis has made it so much nicer. That being said, you could always try it on the hardware you have, and make your decisions from that experience as to whether or not it fulfills your needs adequately. Unraid is pretty portable, so setting it up with a couple of disks and tinkering then moving the USB and disks to the other machine and trying that out should be pretty easy.
  14. One thing to consider is that the Xeon cpu has many more pcie lanes, allowing for more flexibility down the road. You could add a HDD controller, and suddenly support many more drives, or you could add a pcie nvme adapter and slot in nvme drives if you really want the performance. My vote is for Xeon in almost any server scenario
  15. One thing to consider is that many usb drives come with mbr boot sector not uefi, and I've had a couple of generics that just didn't like the unraid usb creator at all, and a few others that I had to manually replace the mbr with uefi