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  1. To insert you logs, just drag the files into the bottom part of the editor window. Do you have any part of your server exposed to the internet?
  2. I didn't find any infos about the support of Legacy boot on your Mobo as well... Anyway, switchting from Legacy to UEFI shouldn't be a problem at all and just one click away.
  3. Oh, you might also wanna look at how you boot at the moment (Legacy/UEFI) and if the new motherboards still supports Legacy boot, if currently in use.
  4. I switched from a Xeon 1230v3 to a Ryzen 9 3900x, replacing the same parts as you. Just update the BIOS settings regarding boot order, and virtualization/IOMMU if needed, and you should be good to go. It was a pretty simple process (at least for me). In any case I'd still suggest to make a backup of your flashdrive as well as your drive order, should anything go wrong unexpectedly.
  5. Ypu, scrubbing is possible. And with a little script, it should be possible to be automated.
  6. Try enabling "PCIe ACS override" in the advanced VM settings and have another look at the IOMMU groups and if they've split up.
  7. The first CPU Core should always be left free for UnRAID system usage. Depending on how much performance you need in each of those two VMs, you might wanna go with 4 cores for the Windows VM, and 3 cores for the Mac VM, or something like this. Using the same Cores in multiple VMs might always lead to slowdowns or hickups, depending on usage. What gave my Gaming VM a huge performance and stability boost was also isolating the pinned cores from the system (settings -> CPU pinning).
  8. Looking for something like this as well (albeit for a Docker containter). 🙂
  9. I'm looking for a solution to connect to my Offsite-Backupserver. I want my whole LAN to have access to the Backupserver, but only the Backupserver having access to my LAN. Sort of a "Server to LAN access". Is this possible, and what would the steps be? Thanks! 🙂
  10. As a first step of troubleshooting without having seen any details: Have you tried removing all passed-through devices from the VM and tested if it starts up correctly?
  11. Unfortunately, using USB devices for Array or Pool operation is not possible.
  12. Out of curiosity, what's your problem exactly with only one parity-protected array?
  13. No - you can have only 1 Parity-Protected (with up to 30 or so drives and a max of 2 Parity drives) array, but multiple Raid-0 or Raid-1 Pools.
  14. Your HDDs must be placed in the main Array, not in a pool. I would recommend to go for at least 1 Parity Drive. Putting the SSDs in a single pool for caching, you'll have to choose between striping them all together into a single 2 TB pool (where if one drive fails, you lose the pool), or going for a 2x2 mirror with an effective size of 1 TB but aloowing for up to 2 drives to fail. I'm personally more of a redundant guy, so I'd choose the mirror.
  15. Hi! UnRAID boots and runs completely from a (preferably high-quality) USB drive, so there's no need for small leftover SSDs as boot devices. You can set up the HDDs with 0, 1 or 2 drives functioning as Parity Drives, depending on how much drive-failures you want to survive. The setup of your NVMEs and SSDs is totally depending on your use-case. I personally have 3 SSDs as well as 1 NVME set up in 3 different pools. The NVME and a SSD of 1 TB each in separate pools for my Gaming VM (which also could/should be passed through via Unassigned Devices for imp