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  1. I had a stable Windows 10 VM running on an SSD that I pass-through for the exclusive use of the VM. I ended up needing to use the Windows 10 reset feature which basically reformats the drive and installs a clean version of Windows. The VM is freezing up now -- it seems like this happens on heavy load. Whatever is happening actually crashes the entire unRaid machine leading to a reboot. When you do a complete reset is there anything that needs doing beyond that? This isn't the first time I have had to do a reset and the previous times it was fine but that it is unstable this time makes me think maybe drivers or some setting needs to be done manually. I'm also getting a bad echo on audio and this was a problem when I set up the VM originally 2+ years ago but I was able to fix that with the help of the unRaid community back then so just need to find the topics but figured worth mention in case it is related.
  2. The lack of any error message related to bad paths led me to put Sonarr aside and attempt to deploy Radarr -- using the exact same path settings as well as program settings Radarr works perfectly. I think that would rule out an issue with paths. Does anyone have any insight into what else could possibly be causing Sonarr to fail to know the torrent is finished and ready to move? I've checked the logs for both errors and warnings and there are no errors and the warnings none are relevant to this.
  3. The second screenshot is from Deluge I have changed things a few times since then but at that time the Deluge setting for Completed was set to /downloads which I has mapped to /mnt/user/Downloads/completed/ and in Sonarr I mapped /downloads to /mnt/user/Downloads/completed/ so my understanding is Deluge would tell Sonarr the file is downloaded and in /downloads and then Sonarr would go to the same place
  4. I believe I had already tried that and it didn't work for me. I think that is what I have setup here In your post, you mention that there would be an error with the word "import" in the error but I am not finding that in the Sonarr logs. Is that significant? I have Drone disabled but if I was to enable it then everything works fine so it is not a permissions issue.
  5. I thought I had a basic understanding of it but apparently not given how I am struggling with this. I am under the impression that my goal is to get both mappings to match which they do in the above configuration. Completed downloads are put in /downloads by Deluge which is mapped to /mnt/user/Downloads/completed/ in Deluge and in Sonnar /downloads is also mapped to /mnt/user/Downloads/completed/ No back up and cache SSD stopped working. I think all the configurations were on the cache drive so when it died they were gone.
  6. Help with paths. I had my system working fine but now that I was required to start over I can't get the configuration to work. I've been trying since yesterday -- tried googling and keep finding things I think will resolve the issue but it doesn't. Hoping someone will be nice enough to help me. Everything works up to the point where Deluge doesn't signal back to Sonarr that the torrent is finished and ready to move. Obviously, there is something that I am not getting and I've tried a dozen variations and none of them work for me.
  7. Thank you. Problem solved. It was an issue with OpenVPN files
  8. I've been using this docker for some time with no issues but now it has stopped working on both my unRaid machines. I removed the docker and installed it again and no luck. I've left everything as the default values except for PIA username and password obviously, added LAN_NETWORK 10.1.1.0/24, and changed the path. I also added the opvn file and crt file downloaded from PIA. I choose the strong option if that makes a difference. I can't access the WebGUI. I get a connection refused error. The last line in the supervisord.log is 2018-05-24 08:50:35,675 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: [info] OpenVPN started
  9. For the last two days, I have been having a bunch of issues getting to the Dockers panel. I have two unRaid machines and the problem is on both of them. On machine #1 I mostly just get a timeout. on machine #2 I get Not Available in red for the version numbers of all the dockers and gray circles with white question marks for the icons. Machine #2 has only four dockers while machine #1 has more thus why it normally times out although I have occasionally gotten the red Not Available for version numbers. Originally I thought this was somehow piHole related as the problem started after I installed the piHole docker on both networks but there is nothing in the piHole logs that indicate any DNS requests are being blocked. I also disabled piHole on one network and the problem persisted so now not certain if it is piHole related or not. Has anyone seen this before?
  10. On the second network, I have managed to get PiHole working but Dashboard and Query Log show no data -- all the settings are identical to the one that is working properly except under status in the top left Load is red on the one having issues. The unRaid server should not be under any high load.
  11. Installed the docker on two networks -- worked great on one / shut off all DNS on the other. Going to try again on the second network but in the meantime, I have a few questions. 1) When I go to http://192.168.2.25/Docker it takes a long time and then I get not available in red for the version of all the dockers I have installed. The dockers also don't have icons -- instead just circles with white question marks. Am I supposed to whitelist something for Dockers to work properly? When I check the dashboard nothing is being blocked. 2) When I started reading this topic in the first few pages there was mention of running a script every night to clear out the logs -- is that still necessary or can log length now be set inside the docker?
  12. I'd like to set up a windows VM to use an entire SSD -- I've searched for instructions and the best instructions I could find are but the topic is from 2014 and so I figured best to ask if that is still the best way to pass through a drive or is there a different way?
  13. 6.4 is not an official release yet -- no idea how soon it will be. They are on RC14. In the past, I have upgraded my other unRaid machine to beta versions with no issues. I think I did so for 6.3 but it was several versions in.much like 6.4 is. The other machine is not critical so I was comfortable upgrading to something that wasn't final -- my main unRaid is critical so less willing to upgrade without confirming that 6.4 is stable. The important thing is that it works so even if I have to stay with 6.2 for a few months eventually I'll have a path to upgrade. I didn't upgrade to test it. I instead used the creation tool to make a new 6.4 USB key and swapped it in. The machine booted to Tower login and when I went to the url I was able to get to the page asking me to register my key so it boots. The next stage is to find out if 6.4RC14 is stable. I guess that means reading through the 6.4 sub-forum and see what people are reporting.
  14. Ok so tested it and 6.4 will boot fine. As such I am done spending time trying to get 6.3 to work as when 6.4 is ready it will work.
  15. I am looking to pass through an entire SSD to use in a Windows 10 VM. Would I get better performance by buying a SATA controller and passing through the entire control vs just passing through the entire drive? My guess is that it would depend on the how much disk activity is already on the main board controller -- in this case, there isn't much. I have a few headless VMs that use the cache disk for their images but none of these are doing anything hard drive intensive and disk activity to the array is frequent but light and there is a cache drive in place.