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  1. Using this command I am able to stop the extremely annoying log entry: nvidia-smi --persistence-mode=1 Is there a way to make this command stick? It doesnt stay in this mode permanently after using it. Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
  2. I still dont have this particular issue as the RAM is still humming along just fine @ 3200MHz without any issues. But it is an interesting topic for sure - Albeit nothing to do with what my problem is/was. Running for 3+ days fine without any issues still. I wont say its good until after a week or more though.
  3. Maybe you should reread what you quoted me typing. I didnt say it was a secret. I didnt say it wasnt a "fact." What I said was that it was a limitation, which is exactly what it is. Im not sure there was any reason at all for your post.
  4. Im sure no AMD owner has any issue at all with this... lol I am surprised that I have never known of this issue. Why isnt there more backlash as a result of this ridiculous limitation? This isn't my issue (for now) but it easily could be one day. I gotta say this kinda pisses me off.
  5. Ok, thank you all for the information. While that could be an issue, it never has been. I do realize that is subject to change at any time due to wear and tear and updating. I dont really need it to run at 3200Mhz anyway and so the next time I reboot, I will make the necessary changes in the BIOS to accomodate this limitation. Im not sure why these limitations are there when the RAM is rated to run at a certain speed. Kind of misleading imho. The server has been running solid for 2 days now and I am really beginning to think it was a bad container. I am still not
  6. The RAM is running at the speed/specs it was sold to run at. 3200MHz. It isnt overclocked at all that I am aware of? How would I look into that more? Here is the part number: F4-3200C14-8GFX I am using 8 of these.
  7. It has run smoothly for almost 2 years now with the same hardware. I have already set the BIOS way back when to curb those issues. I didnt mention that and so your comment was definitely appropriate and thank you very much for the reply! At any rate, I think it may have been tied to a bad docker container or a backup script. I will report back after a few days to confirm. It has run longer in the last day than at any time in the last week so i do hope I have this sorted.
  8. Ive read several posts about freezing be caused by docker networks not being put in a VLAN, however this doesnt appear to be my issue. I enabled the syslog to write to the flash drive and do'nt see much there either. I am posting it along with my diagnostics in the hopes that someone with a better eye than me can possibly lead me to a solution for this issue. Not having a stable server is extrmely frustrating. 😕 Syslog: https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/dWWjXjQsXr/ It looks like it stops writing to the syslog at around 10:05:18 and I restarted it at 12:31:13 today.
  9. I know this is a bit of an old post, but I want to play RDR2 from a VM in unraid... how did you guys get xxd to work in unraid? i cant seem to get this to work in cli.
  10. This dash is really great! I have spent most of the night trying to get it working smoothly and I am left with a few hiccups that a lot of others are having as well. This pertains to these pesky images for VM and docker containers!!! The workarounds that have been mentioned are not working for me. I go into the editor for `Dockers (Running)` for example: I then right-click and select open in new tab for Chrome: And it doesnt go to any login page, it shows the icon! So if this is the case, why wont it show in the p
  11. Its worded poorly. It makes one assume that this is done from within the Fix Common Problems plugin. That should be addressed to avoid any possible confusion in the future imho.
  12. all good. im truly glad someone has it working in unraid. I loaded a basic ubuntu VM and it is plotting 7 staggered plots perfectly with Swar plot manager which is another thing I cant get to work right in unraid at all.
  13. thanks but none of this will work. its best to just go to a VM and be done with the docker component
  14. this would need to be in a yaml file for the locaiton of the executable. how would we do that? I am trying to run a script against this container. So the location of the executable or a way to point to it is necessary. Here is the link to it: https://github.com/swar/Swar-Chia-Plot-Manager