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How much RAM do you have installed in your unRAID server?


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64GB ECC, going to 96GB or 128GB once I get a replacement motherboard.  Provided my extra RAM didn't get killed by my current board.

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8GB, the max my 2010 motherboard can handle. I don't use many plugins or dockers, but I really do need way more than that. My Dynamix Cache Directories seems to max out my RAM and my drives still spin every time I open the mapped drives. Tried wiping the plugin and reinstalling with stock and altered settings, still spins up. How come this isn't built directly into the source code of UnRaid.

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X4 16GB Modules: 64 GB DDR4 Multi-bit ECC (4 of 8 Slots Used)

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Resurected my old n trusty N40l which now has 12 GB of DDR3 ECC installed. 

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12 GB Multi-bit ECC it seems to run fine and can be upgraded to 128 GB but I haven't really had a reason to...

 

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64GB of DDR3 ECC as I want to run some VM's and I have Emby transcoding to RAM currently.

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On 6/16/2016 at 5:53 PM, JWMutant said:

I am currently using 16GB but was planning on upgrading to 32GB, but that was only due to the fact that I was/am using a Windows VM to manage my downloads. But since I have started to explore dockers more and more and may move away from the need to run a VM all together I am just stick with 16GB. These dockers run on the smell of a oily rag so to speak.

Exactly, same here. All I'm missing is a FileZilla Server docker (which I haven't found, if anyone knows where I can find it let me know) or something similar, then I won't use the Windows VM either. I'm keeping the 16GB I have unless I come across a good deal on DDR3 memory (which I'd probably find with today's prices).

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1 hour ago, XiuzSu said:

All I'm missing is a FileZilla Server docker

Well, since the FileZilla website states the FileZilla server is for Windows only, you probably won't find the server in a Docker container 😁

 

Of course a FileZilla client is available in a docker container, but, that is not what you are seeking.

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12 minutes ago, Hoopster said:

Well, since the FileZilla website states the FileZilla server is for Windows only, you probably won't find the server in a Docker container 😁

 

Of course a FileZilla client is available in a docker container, but, that is not what you are seeking.

Thanks for confirming, I didn't saw it was only for windows. I was getting ready to give up on it and try Nextcloud using the spaceinvader video.

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16GB DDR3, works fine for a home NAS/media server. I am planning on upgrading next year to be able to run a couple VMs and reduce the number of computers I have running 24/7.

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