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  1. Who is running a 2 in 1 server?

    There's your problem, not part of it, the whole problem. I'd recommend at least moving the vdisk to a drive that is NOT parity protected, doesn't necessarily have to be an SSD, but it would help. Just moving your vdisk image to a spinning drive mounted with unassigned devices would make a huge difference. Data moving from drive to drive both being parity protected array drives is going to be slow, regardless of what is initiating the transfer. Since your VM is on an array drive, ANY array access will be slow, because all drives involved are waiting on the parity drive for any writes. If you feel you must have parity protection for your VM, then speed is the price you pay.
  2. Don't see my UPS via 'lsusb'

    Ideally you don't want to regularly run lead acid batteries below 50% or so, the less you discharge the longer the life. The time to recharge after an outage can be 10X or much more of the outage time, so you really don't want to drain them far at all in case you have more outages in a short period. The last thing you want is to boot the server back up only to get another outage that completely drains the batteries before you can get it safely shut down. If you NEED 1/ 2 hour of power regularly, I'd spec a backup that will comfortably supply at LEAST 1 hour of power, preferably 2. Depending on load, that may be a very large unit, or one with stackable battery modules. Personally, if the power is out for more than 5 minutes, it's going to be out for hours, so all my equipment starts the shutdown cycle at the 3-5 minute mark, depending on if it's a desktop or a server. The infrastructure (modem, pfsense pc, switches, wifi, etc) are all on low current long life backups, so they stay up for more than an hour for phones, tablets and laptops.
  3. [Support] Linuxserver.io - Unifi

    Severe container isolation isn't always a bad thing. I'd rather open holes in the NAT to keep track of things. Sometimes it's nice to keep a nice tidy list of what apps need what ports, and only allow what is absolutely necessary. I wouldn't call best security least desired.
  4. [Plugin] CA Fix Common Problems

    Slow your roll. One of two things happened here. Either @Squid made a mistake and picked up the wrong statistics plugin, in which case a fix will be forthcoming, or, and this is more likely, the statistics plugin referenced was installed by, and ONLY used, by the preclear plugin to submit preclear statistics to the cloud for mass analysis of preclear data, and preclear data ONLY. In which case, yes, the Stats have something to do with Preclear. Are you SURE you don't have the preclear stats plugin?
  5. Who is running a 2 in 1 server?

  6. Who is running a 2 in 1 server?

    Not sure we're on the same page. There is no physical 10Gbps equipment. It's all virtual in software.
  7. Who is running a 2 in 1 server?

    You misunderstand, understandably. kvm as in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kernel-based_Virtual_Machine, NOT kvm as in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KVM_switch It's the virtualization software that unraid uses.
  8. Who is running a 2 in 1 server?

    They are local on the network. Instead of the network traffic going through a couple ethernet cards and through a switch, it goes through a software switch set up by kvm at 10Gbps speed. Not quite local, but way faster than external over wires. This assumes you are using virtio network drivers.
  9. You will need to switch from "next" to "stable" to see the update.
  10. 6.4.0 - script to start/stop VMs

    https://linux.die.net/man/1/virsh Not a script, but the command you would use in a script. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KVM/Virsh It's already installed in unraid, and the install process is different anyway, but this page has a less comprehensive overview of using it.
  11. Keep in mind that not all drive failures are predictable by smart data or otherwise. Sometimes a drive just quits out of the blue. When that happens, would you rather know the rest of your drives are perfect and able to recreate the failed drive? Dual parity helps, but what happens if a drive fails that you didn't anticipate, and you have a couple marginal drives with pending sectors still in the array?
  12. Forum vote for blocking

    Is there any way to have 2 tiers of initial users? I'm thinking of a non-published sign up that exists inside the unraid GUI, so people running unraid can sign up and post immediately, but people who access the web site normally get a trial single post per day account until moderator approved.
  13. Model Number: WDC WD40EFRX-68WT0N0 Model Number: WDC WD80EMAZ-00WJTA0 Model Number: WDC WD40EFRX-68WT0N0 Model Number: CT480BX200SSD1 Model Number: WDC WD40EFRX-68WT0N0 Model Number: WDC WD40EFRX-68WT0N0 Model Number: WDC WD80EMAZ-00WJTA0 Model Number: HGST HDN724040ALE640 Model Number: WDC WD80EFAX-68LHPN0 Model Number: WDC WD40EFRX-68WT0N0 Model Number: WDC WD40EFRX-68WT0N0 Binary file (standard input) matches Model Number: WDC WD80EMAZ-00WJTA0 Model Number: HGST HDN724040ALE640
  14. [Support] Linuxserver.io - Letsencrypt (Nginx)

    This looks like it might be backwards, but hard to tell with just this little snippet. Try switching original and forward-to.
  15. Is this possible in Windows?

    In this scenario, what determines when to disconnect?

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