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  1. for media sharing i use plex. i currently share with my sister in Portland, OR, my brother in Chicago, IL and my parents (whom only live about 15 miles from me). we have all been watching different movies/tv shows at the same time and no one has reported any issues.
  2. Don't think it is short, but it's 48 vertical drives
  3. Yeah, you have it right. There was something broken in the latest release. I am sure they will sort it out soon enough. I'm currently 200 miles from my server and casting a show to a tv at my brothers house. Everything is working great.
  4. I have the same issue. I am running dual 6 core processors and 48gb of ram. If I have my transcode set to the ram (/tmp) I can watch some tv shows, but none of my movies. I changed the transcode to my cache drive ( mnt/cache/) then my movies work fine. I have to believe that something with the new update has changed. For now I have left my transcode set at the cache drive. I would prefer it set to ram, but right now it doesn't work for me.
  5. here is what i have found (with some searching on the plex forums). i changed my transcode folder from /tmp to /mnt/cache/ this seemed to clear up my problem. i can now play all the movies in my library. i am not sure on the actual issue as i have 48GB of ram installed in my server and the dashboard says it is using 4% (~1.5GB) so there should have been more than enough. anyways, now it is working. if the people here need some kind of log from me let me know as i am not qualified to read those things (well, i can read them, but i have no idea what they mean). glad it is working again though
  6. I am so sorry guys. Everything is here, life is just getting in the way. I have not had a chance to even plug them in yet. I will do my best to get at them before Christmas.
  7. any news on this? i am having the exact same problem. i can play movies shows that i added a month ago, but nothing really much new than two weeks ago. tv shows seem to work alright, but large movies that i have ripped on to the server will not play. here is my other observation, i can play the same movies in Kodi (XBMC) and they play just fine. anyone have a suggestion? thanks
  8. I did end up deleting my docker.img file. I have mine set at 50GB. I created a new one and now it seems to be working again.
  9. I am having the same exact issue. I had a docker tab 2 days ago, but today I dont. I have rebooted 3 times with no luck. Any help would be great.
  10. Yes, I can do that. I am out of town until monday, but I will try to start when I return.
  11. I picked up 4 of these units and plan on keeping 1. here are the basic specs that i have Supermicro Chassis 3U 836 series Form Factor 3U chassis support for max. motherboard size - 13.68" x 13" Processor Support Supports dual, single Intel® / AMD processors Dimensions Height 5.2" (132mm) Width 17.2" (437mm) Depth 25.5" (648mm) Gross Weight 55 lbs (25kg) Available Colors Black, Silver (OEM) * Expansion Slots • 7x full-height full-length expansion slots Drive Bays Hot-swap 16x 3.5" SAS / SATA Hot-swap drive trays SAS or enterprise SATA HDD only recommended Backplane 3U Direct Attached Backplane, features: • 3Gb/6Gb support • SES-2 Enclosure Management Support • SAS/SATA support • 16 SATA connectors Peripheral Drives DVD-ROM Slim DVD-ROM Drive Floppy Slim 1.44MB Floppy Drive (Optional) Front Panel Buttons • Power On/Off button • System Reset button LEDs • Power LED • Hard drive activity LED • 2x Network activity LEDs • System Overheat LED • Power fail LED Ports 2x USB Ports & DB9 COM Port System Cooling Fans • 3x 80mm Hot-swap PWM Fans • 2x 80mm Rear-exhaust Fans Power Supply and Distributor 800W (1 + 1) Redundant AC-DC high-efficiency power supply w/ PFC AC Voltage 100 - 240V, 50-60Hz, 10-4 Amp +5V standby 4 Amp +12V 66 Amp With Power Distributor +5V: 30 Amp +3.3V: 24 Amp -12V: 0.6 Amp Supermicro Super X7dbi+ Physical Stats Form Factor Enhanced Extended ATX Dimensions 13" x 13.68" (33cm x 34.7cm) Processor/Cache CPU Dual 771-pin LGA Sockets Supports up to two Intel® 64-bit Xeon® processor(s) of the same type below: Quad-Core Intel® Xeon®Processor 5400/5300 sequence (Harpertown /Clovertown processor) up to 3.16 GHz Dual-Core Intel® Xeon®Processor 5200/5100/5000 sequence (Wolfdale /Woodcrest/Dempsey processor) up to 3.40 GHz System Bus 1333 / 1066 / 667 MHz system bus Operating System Software Supports 64-bit Operating Systems Supports 32-bit Operating Systems System Memory Memory Capacity Sixteen 240-pin DIMM sockets Supports up to 64 GB 667 / 533MHz DDR2 ECC FB-DIMM memory Dual branch memory bus Memory must be populated in pairs Memory Mirroring supported Memory Type 667 / 533MHz FB-DIMM (Fully Buffered DIMM) ECC DDR2 SDRAM 72-bit, 240-pin gold-plated DIMMs DIMM Sizes 512 MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB Memory Voltage 1.8V only Error Detection Corrects single-bit errors Detects double-bit errors (using ECC memory) Supports Intel® x4 and x8 Single Device Data Correction (SDDC) On-Board Devices Chipset Intel® 5000P (Blackford) chipset MCH + ESB2 SATA Intel ESB2 SATA 3.0Gbps Controller RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 support (Windows Only) RAID 0, 1, 10 support (Linux) IPMI Support for Intelligent Platform Management Interface v.2.0 200-pin IPMI slot (SIMLP) (Optional: AOC-SIMLP-B(+)) (Optional: AOC-SIMLP-3(+)) with 3rd LAN support Network Controllers Intel® (ESB2/Gilgal) 82563EB Dual-Port Gigabit Ethernet Controller Supports 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 1000BASE-T, RJ45 output Intel® I/OAT support for fast, scaleable, and reliable networking Graphics ATI ES1000 controller with 16 MB of video memory Super I/O Winbond 83627HG chip Clock Generator CK410B Input / Output Serial ATA Six Serial ATA ports Six SATA hard drives supported IDE Single EIDE channel supports up to two UDMA IDE devices (IDE-M, IDE-S) including CF(Compact Flash) Card Compact Flash (40-pin connector, IDE 1, single channel) slot Supports UDMA Mode 5, PIO Mode 4, and ATA/100 Floppy 1 Floppy controller; 1.44 MB LAN 2x RJ45 LAN ports USB 2x USB rear ports 3x USB internal headers Total 5 USB 2.0 Compliant / 1.1 Compliant VGA 1x VGA Port Keyboard / Mouse PS/2 keyboard and mouse ports Serial Port / Header 1 Fast UART 16550 serial port 1 Fast UART 16550 serial header Parallel Port 1 ECP / EEP parallel port Expansion Slots PCI-Express 2 (x8) PCI-e (using x16 slots) 3 (x4) PCI-e (using x8 slots) PCI-X 1x 64-bit 133MHz PCI-X (3.3V) slots System BIOS BIOS Type 8Mb Flash EEPROM with Phoenix® BIOS BIOS Features Plug and Play (PnP) SMBIOS 2.3 DMI 2.3 PCI 2.2 ACPI 1.0/2.0 USB Keyboard support Management Software Optional IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) 1.5 / 2.0 SuperDoctor® III Watch Dog NMI Power Configurations ACPI Power Management Main Switch Override Mechanism Wake-On-Ring (WOR) header Wake-On-LAN (WOL) header Power-on mode for AC power recovery CPU Fan auto-off in sleep mode PC Health Monitoring Voltage Monitors for CPU Cores, +1.8V, +3.3V, +5V, +5V Standby,+3.3V Standby, & ±12V 5-Phase-switching voltage regulator with auto-sense from 0.8375V-1.60V FAN Total of four 3-pin and four 4-pin fan headers supporting up to 8 fans 8x fans with tachometer status monitoring Status monitor for speed control Status monitor for on/off control Support 3-pin fans (w speed control) Low noise fan speed control Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) fan connectors Temperature Monitoring for CPU and chassis environment CPU thermal trip support Thermal Control for 8x fan connectors PSU I2C temperature sensing logic Thermal Monitor 2 (TM2) support PECI LED CPU / System Overheat LED Suspend-state indicator LED Other Features Chassis intrusion detection Chassis intrusion header SDDC Support Sorry, no rails 2 have handles, and 2 do not. All have single processor, *a xeon 5160 @3ghz OR *a Xeon 5240 @3ghz All have 3gb of Ram, but can be upgraded to 64GB i have not tested this board with UnRaid yet, but plan to in the next few weeks. these are large units and weight in around 60lbs. $300 each plus shipping, otherwise i can meet within 3 hours of 53959 (reedsburg, WI) if there are specific pictures you would like or questions you have please let me know christopher
  12. I believe so. I have a pair of 6 core chips (12 cores total) in my system. They show up under the system info screen and in the vm setup screen.
  13. I actually prefer pull overs so I can put my hands in the pouch
  14. Hoodies! I currently have about 75 and can always us more.
  15. I would like to have an ethernet device. It would kind of defeat the purpose if I had to use another computer. Pretty exciting things to look at though
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