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  1. unRAID OS version 6.4.0-rc14 available

    Thanks, I’m glad I finally know what the culprit is! Drove me crazy for the longest time but with my limited time and the fact that I only ever reboot the server to get the latest update, I just dealt with deleting the new share.
  2. unRAID OS version 6.4.0-rc14 available

    I have been having an issue with one of my Shares that has a space "arche backup". Upon every reboot a new share will get created called "arche". I delete the new share "arche" and it goes away until I reboot. This has been happening with all the 6.4 betas and I think the 6.3 series as well. I believe it has to due with the VM Manager settings. I had " Default VM storage path:", "Default ISO storage path:", and "Default Windows VirtIO driver ISO (optional):" all set do different subfolders under "/mnt/user/arche backup/". I just changed all three to "/mnt/user/" and the "arche" folder no longer gets created upon a reboot.
  3. unRAID OS version 6.4.0-rc10b available

    Well shoot. No there is one VM that will not shutdown with the “virsh shutdown” command. In the 6.3 versions I was using “user scripts” to send the “virsh destroy” command at array shutdown to fix this. Are you aware of a way to send this command right after the “reboot” gets triggered?
  4. unRAID OS version 6.4.0-rc10b available

    I have been noticing that with the 6.4 betas any time I type "reboot" in CMD or use the "buttons" plugin reboot that my array starts a parity check when it comes back online. Attached is a diagnostics from when my server starts to reboot. Can anyone tell what is happening? I am not seeing anything in the logs.
  5. You were correct. I purchased a new powered HDD to USB docking station and it mounts the NTFS drives. I’m guessing the old usb enclosure one didn’t like the new Linux?? Regardless, the new $20 docking station is much nicer anyways so oh well! Thanks for your help.
  6. [CLOSED] Script Help - Var.ini and 6.4.0-rc10

    Thank you! @bonienl
  7. I used to have a script that would check if the array was started and parity check was not running before backing up files. Using: #!/bin/bash var=/proc/mdcmd array=$(grep -Po '^mdState=\K\S+' $var) rsync=$(grep -Po '^mdResync=\K\S+' $var) if [[ $array == STARTED && $rsync -eq 0 ]]; then rysnc script fi I saw that from rc8 onwards the preferred method to read array status is by quering the var.ini and disks.ini files. so I updated the a test script to the following: #!/bin/bash var=/var/local/emhttp/var.ini array=$(grep -Po '^mdState=\K\S+' $var) rsync=$(grep -Po '^mdResync=\K\S+' $var) echo $array echo $rsync if [[ $array == STARTED ]]; then echo "ARRAY STARTED" else echo "ARRARY NOT STARTED" fi if [[ $rsync -eq 0 ]]; then echo "RSYNC 0" else echo "RSYNC Running" fi and my output is: "STARTED" "0" ARRARY NOT STARTED ./test: line 17: [[: "0": syntax error: operand expected (error token is ""0"") RSYNC Running Does anyone know why the if else logic is coming back false instead of true like the echo variables are stating?
  8. How do I check the file system with UD? I wonder if the issue is the USB enclosure... I got a new error message. usb 1-1-port6: unable to enumerate USB device
  9. Does UD no longer support NTFS format? In the past I would take my backup hard drives out of the safe and plug it into unRAID via USB and then copy all the new content to the backup hard drives. I tired to do this today and got the following errors. I can plug them into a Windows computer and it reads the drive just fine. I am running 6.4.0-rc9f and UD version 2017.10.07 unRAID Log Oct 21 08:42:22 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device descriptor read/64, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:22 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device descriptor read/64, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:23 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device descriptor read/64, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:23 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device descriptor read/64, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:23 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device not accepting address 31, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:24 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device not accepting address 31, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:24 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device descriptor read/64, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:24 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device descriptor read/64, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:24 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device descriptor read/64, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:25 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device descriptor read/64, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:25 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device not accepting address 34, error -71 Oct 21 08:42:26 Pithos kernel: usb 1-1.6: device not accepting address 35, error -71 UD Log Oct 21 08:39:11 Partition 'DATA BACKUP' could not be mounted... Oct 21 08:39:34 Disk with serial 'HGST_HTS725050A7E630_TF655AY9KGBT4L' is not set to auto mount and will not be mounted... Oct 21 08:40:13 benchmark: shell_exec(/usr/bin/timeout 20 /bin/df '/dev/sdj1' --output=used,source 2>/dev/null|/bin/grep -v 'Filesystem'|/bin/awk '{print $1}') took 30.533089s. Oct 21 08:40:13 Adding disk '/dev/sdj1'... Oct 21 08:40:13 Mount drive command: /sbin/mount -t ntfs -o auto,async,noatime,nodiratime,nodev,nosuid,umask=000 '/dev/sdj1' '/mnt/disks/DATA_BACKUP' Oct 21 08:40:13 Mount failed with error: ntfs-3g: Failed to access volume '/dev/sdj1': No such file or directory Oct 21 08:40:13 Mounting ntfs drive read only. Oct 21 08:40:13 Mount drive ro command: /sbin/mount -t ntfs -ro auto,async,noatime,nodiratime,nodev,nosuid,umask=000 '/dev/sdj1' '/mnt/disks/DATA_BACKUP' Oct 21 08:40:13 Mount of '/dev/sdj1' failed. Error message: ntfs-3g: Failed to access volume '/dev/sdj1': No such file or directory
  10. Haha, I can certainly relate to the last part!
  11. FWIW, my key was F2 to get me into the OVMF settings page. I thought I was going to go insane as I was mashing the delete key without success.
  12. The original guides were no where near as easy to install everything as your videos have become. It was really impressive to take the USB installer and covert that to an image file to install the macOS system. I really like how this install is becoming more vanilla than the older OS X systems. I attempted changing the XML as you suggested but still no luck. Let me know if you have success this weekend! Edit: If anyone is having issues getting the full macOS High Sierra installer downloaded and instead getting the 19.9 MB installer, I had to upgrade my Sierra (10.12) system to the latest Sierra version and then download macOS High Sierra to get the full ~5GB version.
  13. Awesome video on High Sierra @gridrunner! I actually haven't upgraded my OS X since Yosemite so I thought it was time. I do have a question, I got everything up and running with VNC. Then I went back and edited the XML to include my graphics card and USB controller. Graphics loaded fine but the USB mouse movement is crazy laggy. Have you run into this? I also tried Sierra (macOS 10.12) and after everything was installed and running fine, I added the USB controller and the mouse was also laggy. It was working fine on Yosemite under Seabios, so not sure if this is a newer mac symptom or possibly something to do with OMVF.

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