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  1. Other than the Marvel controller no problems at all.
  2. You can turn off election in Windows registry with this key: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Browser\Parameters] "MaintainServerList"="No" Now that Windows box will NEVER become the Master Browser.
  3. These appear to be the options available under account setting/notification setting (which you get to with the drop down on your forum name): Method to use for content I follow automatically A notification when new content is posted One email per day with all new content from that day One email per week with all new content from that week Do not send me notifications
  4. The 9230 on my ASRock - EP2C602-4L/D16 is crap. Drops drives even when passed through to a VM every 3 weeks or sooner. I think this is worse with Intel MB than with AMD.
  5. Don't forget to leave at least 0 for unRAID. I would recommend you leave the hyper thread pair as well so likely leave 0 & 4 for unRAID and use 1 & 5 for one VM and 2,3,6 & 7 for the other VM.
  6. For the Ubuntu VM you would just copy the image file used for the boot drive. Setup a new VM with the parameters you want it to have selecting the image file as the boot drive. Then just boot it up and it is transferred. For the Windows VM the process is similar but may require reactivation once done. If you copy the GUID from the XML to the new VM on the other server it may not require reactivation as I could swear I saw someone say that before - but I could be wrong. I've always just reactivated my Windows VMs when I've transferred them myself.
  7. Tuffmail.com see if they would work for you. Nothing but mail however.
  8. If that is a Windows 7 VM then try switching to SeaBIOS instead of OVMF.
  9. Not with the 9201 it isn't a raid card it is an HBA. IR = raid bios. IT = HBA bios. So your 9201 is already IN IT mode.
  10. Both firmware's should work with 6TB drives. It is highly unlikely any firmware would have a limit on size if they support >2.2TB. I personally have only used 4TB on mine before I switched and started using LSI based controllers. Based on that (4TB) I feel comfortable telling you that both should support 6TB drives.
  11. Yes mc Midnight Commander is pre installed in unRAID.
  12. You have signatures turned off in your Forum profile. I see this:
  13. CloneBD or DVDFab on Windows. I don't know of any dockers but that isn't saying much.
  14. @CraziFuzzy. But as garycase pointed out you can use a HDHR Prime with ClearQAM or CopyFreely channels. Supposedly all channels on my local cable company are CopyFreely except the premiums. I may be adding CopyFreely channels to my account in the future for my HDHR Primes currently they are ClearQAM only.
  15. I would have to agree. I get 19hr Parity check times with 2 8TB HGST NAS drives and 4TB data drives on one server. 22hr Parity check times with 2 8TB WD Red non-pro drives and a mix of 4TB and 6TB data drives on another. So the 16hr times with all 8TB drives sound about right.
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