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  1. I setup Home Assistant prior to using Unraid and am running it on a Rasp pi 4, but I am running MQTT, NodeRed, TICK stack, etc on my Unraid box for H.A. One of my favorite automations I have setup is I have motion detector near my cats litter boxes, which turns on a wall plug, then after 5 seconds, triggers an RF blaster, which turns on a oil diffuser then runs for 20 minutes, then the wall plug turns off. The other useful one is I have two motion detectors at the entrance to my wifes studio, one up high, about chest level, the other near your feet. If both motion detectors trigger
  2. I just installed this hoping to accomplish what sounds similar to him. I am a bit confused now, though. Why it is called scatter, if it does not scatter the data across the target drives? If it just moves it from one full drive to one lesser full drive, that sounds more like moving than scattering? Is there not a way to take a drive that is more full than others and scatter the data between the drives until they each are about equal? I had one single drive, now I have 5, I was hoping to take the data from the first drive and spread it out across all of them without having to do it
  3. ---- Edit ---- I just tried again from the web console and it looks like when I open it up, it loads up the docker log with errors and then starts to become unresponsive, so I think I will just forget about it for now. I just gave this a try by sshing into my unraid box as usual, then doing 'docker attach powershell' and the console exploded with errors. It seemed to work fine when I actually did it from the web console, though. Not sure exactly what is going on here, though.
  4. The plugin links to a dead site/domain, it looks like? At one point, there was a logo of some type, but it was very generic and had a message about the domain, but it only showed up one time. I refreshed and had not seen it since. Going to that link took me here: Trying to remove the https from the url takes me to here, which is just a blank page, it seems:
  5. I appreciate the reply. I wasn't sure if you could just move data around on the drives willy-nilly because of the parity drive. While there is little data, I wanted to make sure to learn/follow proper best practice, as I was going to transfer 2tb over once it was completed, then I had some more drives on order. I figure best to learn to do it the right way while there is not much to lose, lol.
  6. Hey all, When I built my unraid server, it originally just on my old Ryzen 5 desktop that didn't even have a case, it was just in a box, and I had a 5 bay USB enclosure in which I duct taped some extra fans and what not, lol. Now I have a proper 4U chassis with plenty of airflow and drive bays and I wanted to move the drives into there, but Unraid sees them as "External_USB3.0_DISK01_20170331000C3-0:1 - 1 TB (sdb)". Is it going to be safe to remove them from the enclosure and put them back into the array? I only have 4 disks in the array currently and then in a two cache p
  7. I am experiencing a similar issue to this thread. Running Aquantia 10GbE on my desktop PC (64gb ram) and in the Unraid server, (32gb ram), then my NAS is a QNap TVS-951x (32gb ram). The three are connected using a MikroTik switch. iperf from my desktop to the unraid server itself (and vice versa) is solid full speed on a single thread, but iperf to the Windows 10 VM running on the server, I can't get over 3.5gb (using virtio, only 1.5gb if using virtio-net). My desktop has a pcie4 Sabrent Rocket nvme ssd, and the VM on the Unraid server is running on dual Samsung 970 Ev
  8. The original idea was primarily for access control and maximum throughput. The 172 network has my NAS and all of my development projects, and also my home automation server and devices, it was just how I envisioned the setup being when I started putting it together. I suppose though, that giving a Windows VM access to both 192.x and 172.x at the same time negates any security in the first place.
  9. I understand, I can give that a try. My hope was to keep the 10gb for connection between the three devices only, but, I suppose it would not be the end of the world if it only had the one connection. The switch has 4 SPF rj45 (currently using 3) but also has 1 built-in 1gb rj45 which can be used to connect it to the network. If nothing else, as you mentioned, it would be worth it just to see if it helps and narrow things down.
  10. I am not quite sure I follow. The VM does have both br0 (the 192.x.x.x) and br1 (the 172.x.x.x) added. All tests were performed using 172.x.x.x, but that is because that is what I typed in, in order to run the test through the 10gb connection. (200-204 whichever I wanted to test) iperf3 -c That said, I can't remove the 1gb, otherwise there would be no internet connection. I don't have any static routes setup within the switch that would allow traffic from the 192.x.x.x subnet. Is there some sort of network segregation that I might need to perform withi
  11. The 1gb network is used for internet access. The 10gb network has no outside physical connection. The switch is only connected to the three devices, which are using static IP's with no gateway or dns.
  12. Hey there, I setup a 10gb network the other day and everything has been working great so far, except for my Windows VM. It has been giving rather confusing results. The setup: NAS - Qnap TVS-951x NIC 1gb - NIC 10gb - ( / no gateway) Desktop PC - Pop_OS 20.10 - Gigabye Aorus Elite x570 Onboard 1gb NIC - Asus XG-C100C - ( / no gateway) Unraid Server - MSI Gaming Plus x470 Onboard 1gb - Windows 10
  13. Hey there, I am having an issue where the Home Assistant plugin is not loading or saving the config on a fresh install.
  14. Hey all, I am fairly new to Unraid, and while this seems like a great time to have started using it with the 6.9x release, I seem to be having trouble finding information on how some things work under the hood now. I was running a 970 Evo Plus NVME as my cache drive, but today I grabbed another one. I was going to put them in raid 0, but now I am not sure as I saw some mention about 'the mover'. I am really not sure exactly how the mover works, or what criteria is used as the basis of it's operation, or how to influence that. That said, does having the cache in raid 0 cause ad