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    One disk at a time. Replace parity with 4TB disk and let it rebuild. With so few drives it may be debatable whether you really need parity2, but we can discuss that while parity is rebuilding.
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    Ah, sorry mate, just finished a week of nights and only had 3 hours sleep so am obviously being lazy... many apologies! When you said switch, my sleepy brain made me look for a "Switch" setting on the config screen 😁 Just found this so will have a play 😉 pcie_acs_override=downstream,multifunction Thank you for your time @methanoid 👍
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    look back like 3 posts on how to roll back. Something in the latest release(s) removed unpack portion of the settings. Also for those that want to roll back DO NOT copy/paste that tag into Repository, type it in. Copy/Paste (at least for me) broke this docker. Clearly something was getting captured in the copy.
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    Edit the Docker and under "Repository:" add a previous version such as ":2fce6c70-ls25" Final looking like "linuxserver/rutorrent:2fce6c70-ls25" in the space. You can find versions on the DockerHub here https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/rutorrent/tags
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    I don't understand what you are asking. /boot/config/plugins/unassigned.devices/packages/nmap-6.40-x86_64-1.txz I don't understand the need for nmap for this package, sorry. Could you explain what it's used for? I don't understand either. I can't imagine why it is there. I took over the work that gfjardim started and didn't pay any attention to what packages were installed because I have been concerned with getting the plugin working. I will look into that, but I am thinking it has no business being there.