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  1. YES, exactly! Thanks for being my inner spirit animal.
  2. Just wanted to report that my parity check speeds are the same as before. The faster VM boot time is very noticeable. Thanks.
  3. Host Intel® Core™ i7-3770S CPU @ 3.10GHz ASRock - H77 Pro4-M 32 gigs of ram Guest - Win 10 OVMF 6 cores 16 gigs ram GTX 750 ti Boot to Tianocore times unRAID 6.5.2 53 seconds unRAID 6.5.3-rc1: 36 seconds Novabench Results (No idea if Novabench is any good but tested with it for fun) unRAID 6.5.2 1401 unRAID 6.5.3-rc1: 1512 Guest - OS X 10.13 OVMF 4 cores 8 gigs ram Radeon 6450 Boot to Tianocore times unRAID 6.5.2 1 minute 10 seconds unRAID 6.5.3-rc1: 1 minute 11 seconds Novabench Results (Novabench didn't recognize the CPU or RAM so the tests below should be taken with a grain of salt) unRAID 6.5.2 402 unRAID 6.5.3-rc1: 411
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    Mac OS High Siera - 9p Sharing files

    Last I checked (+2 years ago) in order to get 9p shares working on OSX someone would need to develop the OSX driver (kext) files. I don’t believe Apple had any intention on nativity supporting KVM so that would leave someone who knew their stuff to develop 3rd party. Anyway, that was years ago so maybe someone did or maybe Apple has changed their position on KVM...
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    [Plug-In] Community Applications

    Ha! Anyone who doesn’t use CA is either unaware of its awesomeness or enjoys physical and mental punishment of themselves. P.S. No offense if the later is your thing. For each their own.
  6. I’ve not heard of anyone trying this before. My gut reaction would be that it probably wouldn’t although I would definitely try. FWIW, I am using an old usb to audio adapter and plug my speakers into that. Works good for my needs.
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    In-Place Encryption

    I believe I remember reading in the first beta that implemented encryption, that there would potentially be a future feature to encrypt an existing disk while keeping all existing data without the need to format it first. Just wondering if this is still on the “near” future road map? I would really like to encrypt my disks but currently they are pretty filled up and the only semi easy way I am aware of would be to make my only parity drive a data drive to copy all the data off a disk, reformat with encryption the old disk, copy back all the data and repeat for each disk. I would prefer not to do this if there is another option on the horizon.
  8. ^This... I did the same thing you are asking and built on the lower end with an i3 and 4 GB of RAM. Then found out how useful unRAID was and upgraded to an i5 and 16Gb of RAM! And then I found even more use and now I have an i7 and 32 GB of RAM... Moral of my story, buy all the fancy computer parts. At the very least buy newer enough parts that can be upgraded in the not too distant future.
  9. /ban (sigh, I miss my CS Source days)
  10. Mine does the same. Try to shutdown leads to the VM restarting. I have no clue where to start with that.
  11. Sweet, thanks for the link. I’ll see how long I can get by without one but I am sure it won’t be too long...
  12. It’s just your computers way of communicating that it is mad and it’s all you’re fault. It can be really disheartening when you come home from a days worth of work and even your computer doesn’t like you!
  13. It is like the old days! I miss them! Both of my USB hubs are powered but are old as dirt. One works for sure with 10.11 (Yosemite) but no longer works on 10.13. My suspicion is that 10.13 blacklisted some older hardware but that isn’t based on any real facts.
  14. [Mention]gridrunner[/mention] do you happen to have a USB hub hooked up with it or are all your usb devices connected directly into your pcie card?

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