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  2. Shutdown the server, swap the disk to a different slot, power back up, unassign the disk, start the array, stop the array, reassign the disk, start the array to begin the rebuild.
  3. Don't see nothing out of the ordinary in the logs, but can't see if anything made it shutdown last time since that log would be lost.
  4. One of mine is also on a X9SCM, so maybe a flaky card.
  5. Have you tried changing the pcie gen in the bios for the slot the card is in?
  6. The snow you are seeing in the libreelec VM is a HDMI cable problem most likely. Replace it with a good quality cable and if you are using 4k resolution be sure it handles 18Gbps bandwidth. You should remove core 0 and maybe its thread from the emulator pin as unraid likes to use this one. I'm not sure how much CPU is needed for the emulator but try one core for each VM and it should be one that is isolated. I'm speaking about cores you can choose in the VM template and not physical cores.
  7. Just try what I suggested to see if it works. Then deal with the situation later. I don't see why you would want to spread the Plex appdata on all your drives. This will spin up all drives when someone is browsing Plex. Choose one drive and if it gets full, move to another drive.
  8. Unfortunately, Rclone has been banned from ACD see https://forum.rclone.org/t/rclone-has-been-banned-from-amazon-drive/2314/24 so we need to use other cloud providers at present. If you have encrypted data there then just download it then you can upload it elsewhere then connect to it using the same password/salt and access the data.
  9. Rclone has been banned from ACD see https://forum.rclone.org/t/rclone-has-been-banned-from-amazon-drive/2314/24
  10. Rclone has been banned from ACD see https://forum.rclone.org/t/rclone-has-been-banned-from-amazon-drive/2314/24
  11. Danioj did a great job of "skirting" the drive cage so airflow is forced through the hard drives (without the "skirt" it can bypass the drives and go directly to the motherboard area. I can't find his detailed description of this mod, but did find a later post where he provided the detailed dimensions of the "skirts" he used: If you want more detail, I suspect if you send him a PM he'll provide a link to his original thread on his backup server where he outlined the modification in more detail [If so, please post the link here so I can add it to my bookmarks and won't have to search for it again the next time somebody asks ]
  12. I have try ASM1061 before, just plug and work. Not sure require or not, I have enable BIOS mainboard AHCI function even no any SATA connect to mainboard. ASM1061 work stable and cool
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  14. do you have examples / post on what exactly you all did to this case to get it so it didn't bake the drives? I tried a setup of this only to have it do all sorts of complaining about overheated drives (1tb wd greens) the drives I've all handed out to friends in trade for machine building labor at this point. I ran into the same issue with my LSI cards too. But this might be a right off as over the time we've tried various things we've broken the bottom two SATA connections. unless you all know someone at silverstone that will help. @TinkerToyTech
  15. Updated from 6.2.4 with no issues.
  16. Should I remove the troubled disk from the array first? How do I unassign a disk?
  17. I have an ASMedia ASM1061 (Syba SY-PEX40039) that isn't being recognized. Everything I'm reading says that I shouldn't need to do this patch. Any advice? I have the card plugging into a Supermicro X9SCM-F motherboard. I've tried it in the three of the four PCI-E slots. Nothing appears to work. I can't tell if the card isn't even being recognized by the computer or if it's an unRAID thing.
  18. Below is my shameless plug for MrRackables. I've seen too many poor experiences people have had with online resellers that I thought I'd share my positive one. About 5 years ago I built my first unRAID system. At that time, I was primarily focused on having a system to safely store and serve data, mostly media, to client devices in my household. Over the years, as our community has grown leaps and bounds, between the community applications growth in dockers, as well as well as integrating virtual machines, I quickly found myself maxing out my Pentium G2120 & 4GB RAM’s limits. I have spent countless hours on these boards, conversing with fellow forum members about the pros and cons of different hardware. The dual Xeon E5-2670 processors seemed to be a popular choice. While being an older CPU, these can still be had for relatively cheap and provide an insane amount of multi-tasking abilities for people who are really looking to push their server to the limits. I have minimal experience with buying used equipment. However, it seems like a must if you’re not trying to break the bank while attempting to make something that’s at a semi-commercial level for home consumer use. I see plenty of threads pop up about different deals, where to get this or that, who to avoid, and so on. Rather than go on anecdotal information, I decided to take action. I took down the information from all of the top eBay server resellers and reached out. I shared my story, explained that there are many of us on the forums outgrowing our current equipment, and expressed our interest in upgrading to a more robust solution. The one company that stood out was MrRackables. Their level of responsiveness was unparalleled among the resellers I was in contact with. They quickly responded to my email inquiries, and were very helpful and explicit throughout the process. They kept me informed on where things stood from pre purchase to delivery. Their builds setup allows users to pick and choose parts, truly creating a custom system built to order. For what you’re getting, the pricing is great. They had the CPUs I was looking for which got us off on the right foot. Their bread and butter are the Supermicro systems which is great since I’ve always been a fan of their hardware. They had choices from 1U-4U servers which could range from 4-24 hot swap drive bays. They had a nice selection of motherboards allowing for quite a bit of flexibility in total DIMM slots and PCI slots depending on your needs. When I was done researching my options, we came up with this system: 2U Supermicro 12 Bay Server Supermicro X9DRI-LN4F Motherboard 2x Intel Xeon E5-2670 64GB RAM (8x 8GB) LSI 9211-4i HBA CARD 8x 3.5" Caddies 4x 2.5" adapters with 3.5" Caddies Dual 1200W Power Supply Rail kit 4x 1GBE Onboard NIC Dedicated IPMI remote management port The quote came in at $967. I compared prices with other resellers, and could not find anything cheaper. I could have considered buying each part independently to beat the price, but then I'd be dealing with 5+ sellers and 5x the risk that one of my components would be broken. In this scenario, if I had any issues, I was confident that through the rapport I had built with them, that the issue would be quickly resolved. I was sold. I placed the order and we were on our way. It took a couple days to build, was sent via UPS Ground, and was here in under a week, from CA to NY. The packaging thoroughly impressed me. It was not loose in the box with some annoying packing popcorn to secure it. It was tightly packed with styrofoam border and seemed very secure. I took the system out of the box and placed it on my workbench. Unfortunately I'm still looking for a server rack, so this beast will sit desktop for a few weeks until I have that figured out: I gave it it's first boot to test out the specs, All components posted and matched the order. So far so good! I pulled the drives from my current unRAID setup and transferred them to the new system. I realized that I did not have any type of adapter for my 2.5" SSD. After contacting MrRackables, I had 4x adapters here 48 hours later. It was great to see that even post-purchase, a company was still quick to respond and work with their customers to resolve any issues. I booted up, and my oh my, what a sight to see! This system is ready to roll. I have slowly begun to roll out different VM instances, like Windows 10 & Ubuntu. I have added Zoneminder docker for surveillance. I can worry-free run multiple transcoding streams concurrently on Plex. I have installed video cards to the PCI slots without issue. This system handles it, and still has an incredible amount of room for growth. For the price and the ongoing support, I am super stoked about working with MrRackables. They have my full endorsement for anyone still looking for their own custom server to run unRAID. If anyone has any questions, I'd contact their Director of Sales, Justin. He was the one I dealt with from MrRackables and I can vouch for the quality he provided. This is his email. mr@itrecyclenow.com
  19. So having a strange problem. I have been trying to preclear a disk I had laying around. It starts normally, but a couple hours in it just disappears from the interface. No sign of it in the unassigned disk section of the dashboard, nor on the pre clear plugin page. Just gone. If I reboot the server, it's back. Not really sure what to check. I had just erased and zeroed the whole disk on my desktop machine prior to trying the pre clear. The syslog (attached) seems to have an error that indicates the drive size goes to zero ?!? Not sure what that means. Near the end of the log you'll see various entries for [sdn] that's the disk. tower-diagnostics-20170522-2349.zip
  20. alrighty, so spent the day trying to work this all out, server now boots up and stays live for about 2 mins before becoming unresponsive, I've managed to put it into troubleshooting mode and have attached the last log from the server. FCPsyslog_tail.txt
  21. Is the SMART driveDB Update plugin still useful? I can't seem to find any info about it and fix common problems yells about it.
  22. Believe that would be @Squid.
  23. So, I checked my logs, and I'm getting a lot of the following error: May 22 20:37:32 seventhcircle kernel: vfio-pci 0000:81:00.0: Refused to change power state, currently in D3 May 22 20:37:32 seventhcircle kernel: vfio-pci 0000:81:00.0: timed out waiting for pending transaction; performing function level reset anyway May 22 20:37:33 seventhcircle kernel: vfio-pci 0000:81:00.0: Failed to return from FLR I do also get the same error for the NVME drive. Currently, it is not passing through properly to my guest: May 22 20:37:34 seventhcircle kernel: vfio-pci 0000:07:00.0: Refused to change power state, currently in D3 May 22 20:37:34 seventhcircle kernel: vfio-pci 0000:07:00.0: timed out waiting for pending transaction; performing function level reset anyway May 22 20:37:35 seventhcircle kernel: vfio-pci 0000:07:00.0: Failed to return from FLR When I get that error, obviously, the NVME drive does not work in my guest.
  24. I just got the docker to fail. I have ripped DVDs in VOB formats. I selected four of them and added them to the que. I then clicked start conversion and the docker failed. Here is the log: 2/05/2017 21:34:45 httpd: get '' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:45 httpd: defaulting to 'index.vnc' 22/05/2017 21:34:45 httpd: get 'js/jquery.ui.touch-punch.min.js?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:45 httpd: get 'js/novnc-core.min.js?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:45 httpd: get 'js/novnc-ui.min.js?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:45 httpd: get 'css/font-awesome.min.css?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:45 httpd: get 'css/bootstrap.custom.css?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:46 httpd: get 'css/bootstrap.min.css?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:46 httpd: get 'js/jquery-ui.custom.js?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:46 httpd: get 'js/jquery.min.js?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:46 httpd: get 'js/bootstrap.min.js?v=03c1b2eba0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:46 httpd: get 'images/icons/master_icon.png' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:46 Got connection from client 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:46 other clients: 22/05/2017 21:34:46 Got 'ws' WebSockets handshake 22/05/2017 21:34:46 Got protocol: binary 22/05/2017 21:34:46 - webSocketsHandshake: using binary/raw encoding 22/05/2017 21:34:46 - WebSockets client version hybi-13 22/05/2017 21:34:46 Disabled X server key autorepeat. 22/05/2017 21:34:46 to force back on run: 'xset r on' (3 times) 22/05/2017 21:34:46 incr accepted_client=9 for 192.168.1.135:62722 sock=12 22/05/2017 21:34:46 httpd: get 'fonts/fontawesome-webfont.woff2?v=4.7.0' for 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:46 Client Protocol Version 3.8 22/05/2017 21:34:46 Protocol version sent 3.8, using 3.8 22/05/2017 21:34:46 rfbProcessClientSecurityType: executing handler for type 1 22/05/2017 21:34:46 rfbProcessClientSecurityType: returning securityResult for client rfb version >= 3.8 22/05/2017 21:34:47 Pixel format for client 192.168.1.135: 22/05/2017 21:34:47 32 bpp, depth 24, little endian 22/05/2017 21:34:47 true colour: max r 255 g 255 b 255, shift r 16 g 8 b 0 22/05/2017 21:34:47 no translation needed 22/05/2017 21:34:47 Enabling NewFBSize protocol extension for client 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:47 Enabling full-color cursor updates for client 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:47 Using image quality level 6 for client 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:47 Using JPEG subsampling 0, Q79 for client 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:47 Using compression level 9 for client 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:47 Enabling LastRect protocol extension for client 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:47 rfbProcessClientNormalMessage: ignoring unsupported encoding type Enc(0xFFFFFECC) 22/05/2017 21:34:47 Using tight encoding for client 192.168.1.135 22/05/2017 21:34:48 client_set_net: 192.168.1.135 0.0006 22/05/2017 21:34:48 created xdamage object: 0x200035 22/05/2017 21:34:53 client 9 network rate 434.8 KB/sec (17538.2 eff KB/sec) 22/05/2017 21:34:53 client 9 latency: 4.1 ms 22/05/2017 21:34:53 dt1: 0.0013, dt2: 0.0276 dt3: 0.0041 bytes: 11668 22/05/2017 21:34:53 link_rate: LR_LAN - 4 ms, 434 KB/s Segmentation fault caught signal: 15 22/05/2017 21:35:29 deleted 40 tile_row polling images. extra[1] signal: -1 XIO: fatal IO error 4 (Interrupted system call) on X server ":0" after 10218 requests (10218 known processed) with 0 events remaining. [cont-finish.d] executing container finish scripts... [cont-finish.d] done. [s6-finish] syncing disks. [s6-finish] sending all processes the TERM signal. extra[2] signal: 1 [s6-finish] sending all processes the KILL signal and exiting.
  25. Sorry. I'm used to Ubuntu and didn't catch that your docker is Alpine Linux. I was just messing around when I got an error. It was something to do with not having permission on something. Let me try to catch it and get you more information.
  26. You are right, the Linux version has less features than the Windows counterpart. I will open a ticket with the CloudBerry support to ask if there is any plan to add support of Google Drive. I know the Windows version has it.
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