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  2. Looks like something got corrupted. Stop your system and take the USB stick out. Let it check and repair on a Windows/Mac machine. Start your system in safe mode and check again.
  3. You can mix SATA ports on the motherboard and HBA without restriction. When using SSDs it is recommended to connect these to the M/B, because most HBAs do not support trim A faster parity disk gives a bit of performance benefit though difference isn't much. When using two parity disks the rule is that each parity is as big or bigger than the biggest data disk, parity disks don't need to have the same size but in general it is easier to use the same size when upgrading the array. A second parity disk is used to overcome double disks failure, which is more likely to happen when the array has more disks, but it is up to the user to decide whether a second parity is present or not. There are users happily running a large array with single parity.
  4. Go to services/dns resolver and add your host overrides at the bottom
  5. Thanks @John_M I reset the Fixed Schedules and my output of crontab -l is below. Is this correct now? I'm not seeing these failed parsing crontab for user root logs as frequent. root@HORIZONLAB:~# crontab -l # If you don't want the output of a cron job mailed to you, you have to direct # any output to /dev/null. We'll do this here since these jobs should run # properly on a newly installed system. If a script fails, run-parts will # mail a notice to root. # # Run the hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly cron jobs. # Jobs that need different timing may be entered into the crontab as before, # but most really don't need greater granularity than this. If the exact # times of the hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly cron jobs do not suit your # needs, feel free to adjust them. # # Run hourly cron jobs at 47 minutes after the hour: 47 * * * * /usr/bin/run-parts /etc/cron.hourly 1> /dev/null # # Run daily cron jobs at 4:40 every day: 40 4 * * * /usr/bin/run-parts /etc/cron.daily 1> /dev/null # # Run weekly cron jobs at 4:30 on the first day of the week: 30 4 * * 0 /usr/bin/run-parts /etc/cron.weekly 1> /dev/null # # Run monthly cron jobs at 4:20 on the first day of the month: 20 4 1 * * /usr/bin/run-parts /etc/cron.monthly 1> /dev/null The only issue I have left is my CPU clock speed is always high even though load is low. Is the command watch -n 1.0 "cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep -i mhz" accurate? Every 1.0s: cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep -i mhz HORIZONLAB: Mon May 27 15:06:03 2019 cpu MHz : 3850.181 cpu MHz : 3806.042 cpu MHz : 3893.782 cpu MHz : 3887.109 cpu MHz : 3454.613 cpu MHz : 3889.451
  6. Thanks! I got remote access! However, still no access from the local network. I only setup my pfsense router after moving (with my new ISP router that doesnt support NAT loopback). I never got local access working with this ISP router. I tried unchecking "block private networks and loopback addresses" (both on WAN and LAN) but no change. canyouseeme.org reports that port 443 is open, 80 is not. I tried setting up a NAT forward rule to be able to gain local access, but no succes: Any suggestion?
  7. Ah, x86, I was trying to stay away from the somewhat costly Udoo x68 units due to cost. I'll take a look at the ASRock boards like the J3455B-ITX and check for compatibility. That should be power effective enough.
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  9. Just got back from Traveling for work before I head off to Paris tomorrow for more work. Pulled down your update. Navigated to my.hdhomerun.com it now shows an active DVR subscription with Version 20190417! Thanks!
  10. Same as any graphical file explore for the past 20+ years. Double click on the folder, which reveals the contents of that folder. Repeat until you reach the files that did not copy successfully.
  11. OK, I just reverted the change. Let me know if that seems to fix things, then we can look at the update in a week or two
  12. Ooof... At what point would it be easier to just have a VPN client container with a built-in firewall that I connect official/any downloading dockers to as tunnel and with a killswitch? That's all I want. Would also only need to run one VPN connection at a time and be able to use it for, well, anything. As it is, I'm limited to HTTPS and trusting the docker not leaking through background processes or somehow else. I just wanna set up qBittorrent, SABnzbd and JDownloader and maybe who knows anything else I might want to add in the future and tell them all on "system-level" within the docker to use the VPN docker's tunnel as network interface or bust. There, no reason to "trust" any given app I may want to tunnel. Or am I missing something here because of the glaring lack of a simple one-stop solution for this? Is there any hurdle? Or am I in the end of the day better off setting up a VM for this with the official client app? Would love to keep it lightweight though and manageable through the docker section. Cheers! PS: Would it be possible to add NordVPN to the pre-configured providers?
  13. Sorry, new to Krusader and not knowing how to drill down the folder...
  14. Drill down to the folder in question, the full path will be at the top of the window.
  15. First time user of Krusader so not sure how to check for Krusader full path name. It might be /root/media/disk3 to Diak3 folder on NTFS unassigned 4TB dribe. Check included PDF. Krusader_Error.pdf
  16. So I have the same issue since upgrading to 6.7 . Only difference is that my system crashes when parity check reaches 75%. Controller i a flashed Dell H30 so I doubt taht's the issue. Unfortunately for me , I've been spoiled with Unraid jsut working so I haven't had to go too deep under the hood yet. Would appreciate any guidance in where to look, what logs to turn on to get to the bottom of this and knowing if anyone else has had this issue. Seems new since upgrading to 6.7 is all I can say for no.
  17. What is the full path name that krusader sees for the files in question? If you would rather not post the real path, substitute xxx for letters, 1111 for numbers, and leave all symbols as is. Don't shortcut, if the the folder is ./thisismyprivatestuff/etc make sure you don't skip any letters ./xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx/xxx for example.
  18. Was wondering if you have tried to restore the data from them, and if yes, how was the experience? Thanks!
  19. AFAIK, Unraid only runs on X86 compatible platforms. I didn't research the Helios system, it may be possible to use it as a backup destination natively.
  20. After Upgrading to 6.7 I have the following interface error showing up. This error could have been there the whole time and I just never saw it until the UI upgrade, everything appears to be running fine and my dynamix plugins are all up to date.
  21. I have an server that has been running well with the exception that randomly every few weeks I have to hard reset because it is entirely unresponsive. I have no clue where to start with this problem. It's more than losing network, the server locks up locally so I can't even log in to the local gui to try and diagnose the problem. Attached are the diagnostics. I did have to replace the usb drive a couple months ago. lakehouse01-diagnostics-20190526-2113.zip
  22. Correct Also correct. Or, you can purchase another 12TB to implement as parity2. You can't keep a 6TB parity disk and use a 12TB data disk. Parity 1 and parity 2 are different calculations, not just a copy from one to the other. Parity1 is simple to explain and understand, Parity2 not so much. Parity2 also requires more CPU power, but that seldom is noticeable unless you have an older CPU. Not that I'm aware of. 4Kn support was added to unraid several versions ago, so the only consideration would be the reuse of drives in other applications after they graduate out the unraid array if wanted. Unraid parity has nothing to do with files or file integrity. It only emulates the entire drive as a binary blob, any file system corruption is emulated along with the rest of the data. Any file integrity or checksum implementations would need to be handled separately.
  23. Typo in kernel name fixed.
  24. This is a dejavu, i was having issues today after setting my first pfsense router. My question is, was this working before? Because if it was it could be network issue. In my case what solved the problem was removing a setting in my WAN interface called "block private networks and loopback addresses" I'm have a double NAT situation as well. Also go to the website canyouseeme.org and check if the port is actually open. Also, follow the instructions from @CHBMB maybe that's all you need. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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  26. Having a similar issue since 6.7.0. Connected over ethernet to a Mac mini. 1080p video files that played fine before are stuttering a bit.
  27. OK just upgraded from 6.6.7 to 6.7.0, had the marvell issue, as 2 drives failed to load up, and array couldn't start. Using card Vantec UGT-ST644R, which come to find out apparently uses a Marvell chipset (HyperDuo is a Technology Created by Marvell that Encompasses Both SSD and HDD Technologies to give You the Speed Without the Premium Price). Anyways, since I also had another 2 port card from a previous build (upgraded old BM85 MB to a Supermicro X10SRi-F), added that card and now all is well again.
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