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  1. Same here. I was getting the PyXDG error (and it still shows up in my logs), however, after increasing the max memory my backups are finally running again. Thanks @ksignorini !
  2. It's the product key for OSX that you can only get from Mac hardware. Follow his instructions to locate.
  3. Also is there another way to extract the serial number from OSX? The only method I've seen online is if you have a Linux vm running on OSX.
  4. Hey everyone, had to spin up a backup of my vm (thanks lonix), now that i've shut it down is there a way to give that ram back to unraid? I've got 8gb in the system and with the VMs below running (I already shutdown the backup) I should have 2.75gb left Name ID Mem VCPUs State Time(s) Domain-0 0 1752 1 r----- 134050.4 WinServer 4 2046 2 -b---- 31282.4 archVM 5 3072 2 r----- 74479.5 debcloud 6 256 1 -b---- 48.0 However when I run free -mt it shows: total used free shared buffers cached Mem: 1513 1465 47 0 35 1200 -/+ buffers/cache: 229 1283 Swap: 0 0 0 Total: 1513 1465 47 Thoughts?
  5. Hey Peter - thanks for the response... ok, so i'm updating my current fstab from this: Server:/mnt/user/VMs/Apps /mnt/unraid nfs rw,rsize=4096,wsize=4096,hard,intr,async,nosuid 0 0 to: Server:/mnt/cache/VMs/Apps /mnt/unraid nfs rw,rsize=4096,wsize=4096,hard,intr,async,nosuid 0 0 I'll let you know how that goes. Thanks!
  6. Hey guys, I'm running IB's owncloud appliance for my nginx reverse proxy on 6b5a (downgraded from 6b6 due to the Xen VM crashing issues). I have my unraid share mounted via fstab nfs, however lately I keep getting a stale nfs handle on the unraid mount point and have to force unmount and remount to fix it. The google results I've been getting usually relate to when the nfs share is on a different machine and that other machine was shut down causing the stale handle; not the VM setup I'm running here. Anyone have any ideas what I can do to fix this? Thanks.
  7. Same here Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Ironic - any chance you'll re-create that owncloud appliance under KVM? Under Xen, had mine setup as an nginx reverse proxy and would love to get back to that. Thanks!
  9. Likewise I'm experiencing this same problem with Arch. Although on reboot my VM will boot up fine through the powerdown Sxx.sh scripts for APCUPSD plugin. My arch cfg file name = "archVM" bootloader = "pygrub" memory = 2560 vcpus = '2' disk = [ 'phy:/mnt/cache/Domains/ArchVM/arch.img,xvda,w', 'file:/mnt/cache/Domains/ArchVM/data.img,xvdb,w' # 'phy:/mnt/user/nameofshare,xvdb,w' ] vif = [ 'mac=00:16:3e:27:11:22,bridge=xenbr0' ] bootloader = "pygrub"
  10. Another complete crash for me, server was completely unresponsive and had dropped IP with router (unlike last time when I was still able to ping, but nothing else). Even the powedown package couldn't shut the server down entirely. Log attached. syslog.txt
  11. That's weird, I've setup the version on Badger's repo without issue multiple times as I've tinkered with other parts of that VM and then had to start over. Are you also referencing this post from Badger's blog? http://blog.ktz.me/?p=233 I've found it quite useful. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Doesn't the 2 in vcpu need to be in quotes? Vcpu = '2' Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. I thought that number correlated with the VM instance because when I restart my VMs the number goes up. i.e. 2 VMs, if I restart VM 1 it now shows as ID 3, likewise restarting VM 2 would then be ID 4. If you only have 1 VM then it would appear to be restarting...caveat, I'm still pretty new with this so I could be wrong. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Peter, that's actually me - I had forgotten about that account and didn't realize my laptop was signed in under that account. So ya, nothing new there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Question for you guys - is there a difference / impact to having the plex library on my cache drive vs. creating an img file as outlined in Badger's first post? I recently moved my plex library to my cache drive in my apps folder (cache only) and i've been noticing that its crashing randomly, even when not in use. I haven't tried the img yet to see if the issue remains. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks.
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