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  1. I posted this over at the Plex forums but I'm fairly new to both Unraid and Plex, so I'm not sure where I'll find better technical support. Unraid Version#: 6.8.2 Plex Server Version#: Docker: plexinc/pms-docker I’m trying to figure out why I have such huge disk reads ~180MB/s for several hours at a time. See image below for the large orange rectangle. Here are some of my observations. I’m 99% sure it’s Plex/Docker related because that dip in the right side of the disk usage and processor usage (~16h30) was when I ‘pau
  2. I've got a question to which I think that answer is a faulty sensor but thought I'd post here to see if anyone has other suggestions. I followed SpaceInvader One's guide for installing everything and this is what I'm seeing. Which ones should I be selecting for the CPU and motherboard temperatures? The CPU ones are close enough that it seems I should just be using "coretemp - Package id 0," right? The other values for the values for the motherboard temperature is where I'm more confused. I used to think that SYSTIN was the motherboard temperature but it's showing as 118
  3. @Frank1940, In these forums, is there anymore to it than just adding [SOLVED] to the title, or is there way to tag/flair it as solved.
  4. Thanks to everyone that tried to help out. I tried many other flash drive to finally find one that works. 2 out of 11 flash drives worked. I could've stopped after the first one worked, but was curious so I tested all I had access to. None of the Unraid recommended ones worked on my new build. All of them worked on my on my off-the-shelf Dell Inspiron. What I've learned is that even if a drive boots on one computer, that it won't necessarily work in others. If a mod wouldn't mind tagging this as resolved, that'd be great!
  5. @limetech, 99.9% the volume is named "UNRAID" I've used both manual method and the installer, and in all instances, the volume is labeled correctly when I looking in disk management. Hard to believe that the installer would incorrectly label it. I'll try that command when I get home. I'm also going to stop by Best Buy and get a few of the recommended drives to try out.
  6. @limetech, I get this below: mount: /boot: special device /dev/disk/by-label/UNRAID does not exist.
  7. @Frank1940, I tried all ports both USB2.0 & USB3.0.
  8. @Frank1940, I tried to run the diagnostics and this time, I didn't get the invalid command comment because I remembered the "s". It seemingly did it's thing. BUT there wasn't a log folder created... @limetech, I mentioned in my post that I tried using both the installer as well as doing it manually. It's always "UNRAID" and is always formatted FAT32. The USB (DTSE9-G2) worked on the Dell I mentioned. This is what makes me think it should be fine(?). But alas I did manage to find another spare no-name USB last night and I got the same issues. Thoughts?
  9. Upon reading some other posts to try to troubleshoot this myself, I can access the GUI after logging in as root. This isn't my image, but it's what comes up after logging in. In the 'start' menu, I had access to the console/terminal/command line but when typing in diagnostics, it says something along the lines of it not being a valid command. I'm not at (home) my server at the moment so I might not have the exact phraseology. After rereading your post @Frank1940, I may not have had the 's' at the end of diagnostics when I was troubleshooting last night...
  10. TL:DR: I can't get assigned a valid IP when starting UNRAID This is my server build: PCPP link. I'm trying to run v6.8.1 (Trial version if that matters) My issues: I'm not getting a valid IP, the only thing I'm getting is "IPv4 address:" and "IPv6 address: not set" I'm getting the "FATAL: Module bonding not found in directory /lib/modules/4.19.94-unRAID Cannot find device "bond0" " I was also getting some issues about finding directories, something something "/dev/disk/by-label/UNRAID" Things I've done: I've use