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  1. Test also in Chrome latest version (same issue)
  2. After installing the rc8 I stop the array and then reboot. After the reboot I enter the system and enter my passcode for the encryption and start the array. After a while the array starts and all the VM, Dockers are accessible and SMB drives are accessible for other machines but the disk array and cache still says it is Stopped even though the system is fully runnning and you can't then create new shares. Using Firefox 100.0 (64-bit).
  3. @limetech Thanks, tried this with the same issue when upgrading again. What I have also noticed is the 4 PCIe NVME running on a HyperX card do not show in 6.10 RC1 - only the one assigned as a cache drive shows. They all appear correctly in 6.9.2 and biurifcation is set in the bios to x4x4x4x4. If BZmodules is corrupt and I install the backup to go back to 6.9.2 I don't understand why it corrupts each time I install 6.10 RC1. At least 2 of us have had the same issue now.
  4. I had the same issue - reported a few threads up ...
  5. I have attached the diagnostics. I still get the timeout errors USB4-6 and 'Cannot find device "Bond0" I don't have any files in the 'previous' directory - it is empty. Is there another way to rollback? Can I overwrtie the new stick with the 6.9.2 image and then copy the config folder over? TIA System specs: Supermicro SC846 Chassis Supermicro X10DRI-T 256GB RAM Asus NVME Card (4 x EVO 860 NVME) in PCIe Slot Nvidia Quadro P2000 in PCIe Slot LSI 9300 HBA in PCIe Slot
  6. Just upgraded and server isn't accessible now and will not get a DHCP IP address and comes back with a 169 address instead of the 192.168.1.x. I have no GUI access but can enter the shell via IPMI. I get a lot of errors now stating Cannot find device "bond0" and timeouts from USB Device 4-6 Is there anyway to roll this back to 6.9.2 without losing my setup as nothing has changed with the server other than the upgrade and nothing is working now
  7. Thanks but the device is still not shown in the device list after running those commands. For now I will drop back to the last stable release until the next beta.
  8. [email protected]:~# fdisk -l /dev/sdd Disk /dev/sdd: 12.75 TiB, 14000519643136 bytes, 27344764928 sectors Disk model: WDC WD140EMFZ-11 Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 4096 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 4096 bytes / 4096 bytes Disklabel type: gpt Disk identifier: B3E66232-1151-469F-AA0C-1224F6EEEABA
  9. Just setting up a new system and decided to try with the beta as I do not risk losing any data. When I add a parity drive to the parity pool the disk just disppears from the list and is no longer in the drop down list but the disk is listed still with Unassigned devices. It works fine with the Stable release but just not with Beta 25. It also happens with Disk 1 onwards also. 2020-09-09_09-54-06.mp4
  10. If anyone encounters this again it turns out that Supermicro are aware of the issue: Question I am having problems booting X8DTN+ motherboard from a USB . I have a PCIe raid card and a PCIe HBA card on the board. If both cards are installed, it will not boot to USB. However if I remove one of the cards (doesn’t matter which) it will boot to USB. I have tried using different slots with the same result. Answer Please disable the OpROM for the card that does not have the OS. Say HBA is used for data drive, then disable the OpROM for that PCI-e slot. Disable under BIOS >> Advance >> PCI/PnP Configuration >> Slot# PCI-E Option ROM >> disable the slot which HBA is installed in.