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  1. Plugins - Update All

    I have not, did not realize there was one.
  2. Plugins - Update All

    I often find that I would be much happier with an "Update All" check box on the plugins page. Heck, even dockers, etc. I can go a while without updating my plugins, and when I do it's always the same process. Update the first plugin, wait for refresh......... update next plugin, wait for refresh......... Would be nice to have a one shot button.
  3. unRAID OS version 6.4.0-rc14 available

    Just to add a little bit. I made a thread a little over a year ago, when the large-scale DNS DDos was happening, and I tracked similar findings to how Plugins were incorrectly marked and deleted because they couldn't phone home.
  4. [Support] Djoss - MKVCleaver

    and what if you launch the Docker directly from within unraid, not using vncviewer? You can left click on the docker icon and choose webgui.
  5. I just ended up mounting my new cache drive (nvme) through unraid, having unraid format as btrfs ( no problems). Then used UD to mount my old cache drive, copied over the contents, then unmounted and rebooted.
  6. Not possible to format a fresh nvme drive to btrfs? (I want to format and mount ahead of time so I can copy my current cache contents over before removing the original cache drive) Nov 12 09:44:43 theark unassigned.devices: Formatting disk '/dev/nvme0n1' with 'btrfs' filesystem. Nov 12 09:44:43 theark unassigned.devices: Format disk '/dev/nvme0n1' with 'btrfs' filesystem result: btrfs-progs v4.7.2 See for more information. Nov 12 09:44:43 theark unassigned.devices: Format disk '/dev/nvme0n1' with 'btrfs' filesystem failed! Nov 12 09:45:04 theark rc.diskinfo[8174]: PHP Warning: Missing argument 2 for force_reload() in /etc/rc.d/rc.diskinfo on line 691
  7. That's the direction I am thinking to go. Bag it and tag it.
  8. US, The only routers that I found that were not atom based, and could handle something like this would be something like a Meraki. Even then, for example, the Meraki MX100 is rated up to 750 mbps firewall and 500mbps VPN, and that sucker is $3000 - $5000. At the moment I have a 500/50 line with future potential to gigabit.
  9. Thanks for going into some length. I saw Jon's guide on isolating NIC's so that part is fine and seems straight forward enough. Thanks for this. I assume each docker is doing some type of online check that will timeout after 30 seconds, then go to the next one? I am thinking this way as well. However, I don't think I am ready to drop the thousands of dollars to buy a hardware router that has the horsepower that I want to be able to sustain up to a gig line while performing IPS, DPI, AV etc... I rather just build my own with commodity server hardware. I think all in all I am now leaning towards letting my Unraid box stay bare metal, as it is today. Instead I will install ESXi on yet another server I will build. I will be using an E5-2630L v3 which is a 55w tdp chip, so power draw should be reasonable. This is where I will make a VM to run my UTM. Now thinking about testing out OPNsense since is uses Suricata instead of Snort, so supports multi-threaded scanning which will help on higher bandwidth lines.. If anyone else has anything to add, I am all ears.
  10. (Wasn't sure whether to put this under the VM section or General, since it's a few pieces. Feel free to move.) Been using unraid for about 10 years now, since 4.2 and want to stretch my legs a bit more. So, I have made the decision I am ready to move away from standard home routers and the hardware limitations they have as far as ARM CPU's go. I want to start getting into a deeper level of security at home and want to run active IPS and Antivirus, Malware etc. on my homes gateway (Sophos or Untangle etc... in router mode). I could install the unit as a standalone unit, but then I have 2 x servers running 24x7, where my standard unraid box already does that. So instead, I was thinking I would install Sophos as a VM on my Unraid primary server. I already have a couple intel quad port gigabit nics, one I installed last night and activated the ports in "network settings" giving my access to the new br2, 3, 4, and 5 ports, no issues there. So I think technically it's possible, I am seeing a few "gotchas" I could run into with running my router/gateway as a VM on my unraid box. 1. If I have to reboot Unraid, then my VM goes down thus my internet gateway and DHCP server go down. Shouldn't be too much of an issue as long as some devices on my network stay up during this since they should already have a populated ARP table and know where everything "should" be once it comes back online. But in the event all my devices are offline and unraid crashes or has to reboot, then when I turn on my desktop to manage (headless), I won't have an IP to do anything. So I guess I would have to run to the basement and plug in a laptop or something with a crossover and static IP to try and get to the webui? Or just assign my desktop a static IP on the same subnet and voila? (I really like the PC's and other fluff devices in the house to work off of the DHCP pool, and only a few key devices get reserved IP's) 2. If Unraid is the first to start, knowing no gateway (internet) is available, is this an issue as long as my license is already activated and current, or will I have troubles starting my array before internet is up as I would need the array online in order to be able to start a VM (I assume). If it means anything, my VM's reside solely on my SSD cache drive today. No ties to the array disks. 3. I assume I could try and mitigate the above issues with setting my array to auto start on boot, and then setting my sophos vm to auto start as well. But somehow I still likely manually pushing the buttons to bring everything online. Am I missing anything, any other gotchas the community has learned? Any help, advice is appreciated. P.S. I have also considered just running both Unraid and Sophos in separate VM's under ESXI, but wanted to give Unraid bare metal a shot first.
  11. [Support] Djoss - MakeMKV

    Confirmed, back up and running. Was close to picking up a key. But some more beta testing would be nice :-)
  12. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    Alright got it. I see after a reboot my server went to /dev/sr0, problem #1 :-) And damn, you even added a nice little note in your docker explaining how to add an optional drive. Needless to say, I got it. Thank you for adding this!!
  13. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    No, I removed that parameter before updating. Is that what I'm missing? If so, I feel silly. New to docker, I am getting the feeling that the standard docker layout is universal for all containers, and that parameter is needed to pass a devices through. Yep, let me test that :-)
  14. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    I give, am I just not seeing /dev/sr1 ?
  15. [Support] Djoss - HandBrake

    Updated, but didn't see my sata drive. Also tried the same additional option like we use in makemkv, also no bueno. I assume it's something different we need to do?

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