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  1. I got it. Was looking on github issues and noticed that my config.json still had the old token. I'm in now.
  2. I setup bitwarden yesterday and it's working fine. Today I'm trying to get back in to the admin to change the url since I just setup a reverse proxy but I keep getting invalid admin token. So I changed the token and clicked apply but I'm still getting invalid admin token. I did notice the container auto updated last night also. Not sure how to proceed.
  3. Ok, solved. I found my answer over in the unassigned devices support forum. I can't have pass through turned on with auto mount. I misunderstood the switches use.
  4. Ah, I think I understand now. I'm 2 weeks old in Unraid time. Thanks. So if I'm understanding correctly, using pass through is only if I want to access the unmounted drive from within a container, not if I want to run the container from that drive.
  5. I just found this while trying to figure out why my UD drives I'm using for 2 different dockers didn't auto mount after restarting the array. I'm confused. Before I setup my emby and plex dockers, I first formatted and mounted the 2 UD drives. Then I setup the dockers and pointed the /config to the /mnt/usr/disks/mount-name. Did I do this wrong? I ask because my emby and plex dockers wouldn't start unless I manually mounted these drives. I do have pass-through ticked on as well as auto-mount. Do I just leave pass through off?
  6. I figured it out. My nvme and ssd unassigned devices did not auto mount after stopping and starting the array. I also did a reboot in hopes of fixing the issue but those 2 unassigned devices still didn't auto mount. So I turned pass through off, mounted the drives and turned pass through back on. Now both emby and plex dockers are starting. I'll read through the link Squid posted, but do I have something set wrong for the unassigned devices not to auto mount? If need be I'll post that question over in the unassigned support forum.
  7. Hello, I've been running unraid in trial mode for the last 2 weeks. After getting things setup and running fine I decided to go ahead and purchase my pro license. I applied the license and then restarted the array as instructed. Then all of a sudden my emby docker wouldn't start. I noticed my plex docker started but the webGUI isn't working. My lidarr docker started and seems to be working. Then while trying to figure out why the others aren't working I got a notice from Fix Common Problems that my dockers are loading shares from unassigned devices and something about slave mode. I figured out slave mode means I had to set the read/write to rw/slave. That solved the error for all containers but the emby docker still won't start and even though the plex docker says it's started I still can't access the webGUI. My plex docker is using an unassigned ssd. The emby docker is using an unassigned nvme. Both are set as passthrough. I've attached the diags. I hope this is what is needed to help me figure out what happened. unnas-diagnostics-20200213-1207.zip
  8. Sorry. Yes, you can close the tab and leave the docker running. The transfer continued. I tested this by having the krusader docker opened at work and starting a file transfer. I then closed the browser tab while it was running. I then vpn'ed in to my home and opened the krusader docker and sure enough, the transfer was still going. I also left it opened at home while I opened it again at work and was able to watch the transfer continue on both computers.
  9. Sorry. I wasn't sure if this was a general docker or krusader question. However, I figured it out myself by testing.
  10. If I have the krusader webgui opened and coping files, would it cancel the transfer if I closed the session? Wondering if the transfer would still continue so long as the krusader docker was still running.
  11. No problem. You at least did confirm that wireguard and other vpn software doesn't seem to be the problem. Thank you.
  12. I'm having issues with transfer speeds through the tunnel. I'm not sure if my problem fits in the scope of this topic. My apologies if it doesn't. I've been using iperf to test the speeds through my tunnel and at best I'm only getting maybe 2 Mbits. Here is my setup and what I have done to troubleshoot. I'm just wondering if anyone has any other ideas. I have a 500/50 internet using an older motorola sb6141. I was using a tp-link archer c2 ac750 but replaced it last night with a netgear r6260 ac1600. The router has to switches connected. Switch 1 is an unmanaged cisco (don't recall the model). Switch 2 is a ubiquiti edgemax. Both are gigabit. All devices capable of gigabit are running at gigabit. This includes all devices used for testing with iperf. Also, all home network computers can get 250-300Mbps through my internet connection (limits of the sb6141) and also achieve near 1Gbps with iperf. I also checked iperf on 2 pc's connected to both switches (switch 1 through router hub to switch 2). I was actually hoping wireguard in my unraid server would have solved my slow tunnel speeds but it hasn't. Tunnels are only used to access my home lan only. I first had a rpi running pivpn. The rpi is in switch 2. I ran iperf server on both the rpi and another win7 pc in the same switch. Both resulted in slow speeds through the tunnel. I have a nginx reverse proxy setup on the rpi and if I use it for an iperf test I can achieve 40-50 Mbits. I thought maybe it was my rpi (rpi3b+) running openvpn and not having enough horsepower so I setup a test ubuntu server and ran pivpn on it. Still got the same slow tunnel speeds. So I tried a l2tp/ipsec vpn on both the rpi and ubuntu servers. Still same slow tunnel speeds. At a loss and planning a unraid server, I noticed wireguard support and built my server last weekend. Got wireguard setup ran an iperf test. Same slow speeds. I ran iperf tests through wireguard to iperf servers running on devices connected to both switches. All tested at about 2 Mbits. My unraid server shows a gig network connection and file transfers across my home network (traversing through both switches) are achieving 40-50Mbits or faster. The server can achieve 250-300Mbps internet speeds. As a last resort I replace my old tp-link router with a netgear r6260 last night. Ran some iperf tests this morning and still getting 2 Mbits. The only thing left I can think of is maybe my old sb6141. I have a arris sb6183 that I'm getting ready to install but I wanted to see if anyone had any other ideas or suggestions. Again, my apologies if this isn't the scope of this topic. Edit. Just to add, I just tried using the openvpn builtin to the netgear router and I still only get 2 Mbits.
  13. Hey JesterEE, thanks so much for the detailed response. My thoughts on my DVR recordings was to use the cache mainly for the speed. There are times we will watch a recording in progress so I thought things would work faster and lessen the load on the array by using the cache. I do keep these recordings for a little while but lately I've been deleting them for space. I would like to keep them longer so figured record to the cache and move to array for storage. I've been keeping tv series and movies on the qnap. These don't get deleted but I don't see any reason save to the cache drive first as these aren't usually watched right away. Also, I have looked in to plugins and have started watching spaceinvader one's videos. I haven't watched the one you posted or the one on cache drives yet but plan to. I did see the video about emulationstation and was like wow, I can move my retropie setup over and maybe crazy taxi on dreamcast will run. So I'm already starting to expand the use without it even being built yet. Thanks again. Hoping to start assembly this weekend.
  14. First off, Hello everyone. I've been lurking here for a few weeks now and thought I would say hello and get some advice and critique on my planned system. I finally have everything to get started and also wanted to make sure things will work together. I'll start off with what I have. Gigabyte GA-Z97-D3H motherboard i7-4790K processor 16GB (2x8GB) G.Skill Sniper Series DDR3 2400 (PC19200) Ram Dell H200 / LSI 9211-8i IT Mode from ebay here SAS Male SFF-8087 to 4 SATA Female Cable from here 2 - Samsung Evo 860 Pro 1TB SSD for the cache 4 - WD 8TB Red Shucked EVGA SuperNOVA 850W G2 80+ Gold PSU Rosewill Rise Glow case I was thinking of starting with 1 parity drive, 2 drives for the array and holding on to the 4th drive for either a spare or add it when I need more space. If I add it for more space I plan on getting a 5th drive so I can add a second parity. I was also thinking of running both SSD's for the cache. My plans currently are fairly simple. First priority is storage space. I have an old qnap that is reaching capacity. It has 4 2TB WD Reds in raid 5. I also have an Emby server with 3TB space, 4 1TB seagate constellations (Raid 5) with 1 bad drive and 3 showing caution. I also find myself deleting files for the sake of space and I would rather keep them a while longer. Both the qnap and emby server are for movies, tv series and recordings. On my daily driver I have 1TB that is holding my music. I would like to offload that to the new unraid system as well. The next thing would be backups for the computers I have. I wanted to backup photos and other personal stuff to unraid. Once the qnap is moved over to unraid I was going to backup the backups to the qnap. Photos will also be backed up to the cloud. I don't know if I will run Emby in a docker or not since I have a running system for it now. However, I do run sonarr, and radarr on my emby server which I would like to move over to dockers in unraid. Also run SABnzbd and Qbittorrent that I can move to a docker but would have to figure out how to make it use my torguard vpn. I'm sure I'll find something else I will want to do in the future so I was hoping this setup would give me room to grow. I'm not a gamer and don't plan on any VM's for windows. I might run a Ubuntu VM and just VNC in to it. Mostly this is a system to store my movies and tv series. I do have a question about the use of the cache. I know the dockers will use it. I'm just wondering if I should also use it for my Emby recordings. Sometimes we will watch a recording in process so I thought the speed of the cache would be beneficial rather than writing directly to the array. The downloads and backups would be fine writing directly to the array. But if I use the cache for the recordings, I guess I just run the mover to move those files to the array every night? Do the dockers have any affect on the mover? That's about all I can think of at the moment. Sorry for the rambling long post but your insight is helpful and welcomed.