bonienl

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  1. The GUI checks if the last recorded parity-check is present in the history file. If not it will be appended (not overwritten).
  2. You can try to minimize the folders (user shares) which need caching, i.e. only include those folders which you access frequently.
  3. inotifytools is automatically installed. To verify do: # ls -l /var/log/packages/inotify-tools-3.14-x86_64-1 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1418 Feb 16 23:00 /var/log/packages/inotify-tools-3.14-x86_64-1 Upon first installation you need to Build to get all hash values calculated. It is recommended to exclude any folders and files which change regularly (normal disk protection works here).
  4. Updated Dynamix FIP and madde it compatible with unRAID 6.3.
  5. This is not related to unRAID itself. You should post under the plugins section. See settings -> stats settings and change selected port from eth0 to bond0 to get the required info.
  6. Your movie titles are interpreted, hence the color coding. In reality nothing wrong! I've made an update to ignore mover entries in the syslog and avoid confusion.
  7. Yeah, I need to update the plugin to make it compatible with unRAID v6.3. As you noted, it is a visual thing only, commands still work.
  8. Exit status 2 means the file system is full and the script sa is unable to write to the log files. Can you show the result of df -h /var and df -h /var/log Results- root@Brunnhilde:~# df -h /var Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on - 7.8G 725M 7.1G 10% / root@Brunnhilde:~# df -h /var/log Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on tmpfs 128M 7.0M 122M 6% /var/log That looks alright. Have you tried to uninstall and re-install the plugin?
  9. You can only clone user access settings to disks which have the same security settings. In other words first clone security settings then user access.
  10. Exit status 2 means the file system is full and the script sa is unable to write to the log files. Can you show the result of df -h /var and df -h /var/log
  11. My suspicion is that a background process calls Notify every minute, but it is none of the scheduled tasks you listed.
  12. Can you delete the file /config/network-rules.cfg on your flash device and reboot your system. See if this changes anything.
  13. What is the output of cat /etc/cron.d/root
  14. When you keep system notifications disabled, does the error stop as well?
  15. Try the following, see settings -> notification settings: Disable system notifications <apply> Enable system notifications <apply>
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