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  1. Hey wjs, without seeing the actual files, I can't help you out. But there are significant changes between Portainer and Portainer CE... Now, both of them are up here on the app store, so you can install Portainer on your unraid box, and see if the stacks still work there, and then check it inside of Portainer CE... Also, you have to make sure you're on the right version of Unraid, to make sure that the docker system supports your stack and functionality. Lastly, for what it's worth, you need to check out the portainer slack community if you can't get any questions answered. http
  2. JBOD = Just a Bunch Of Disks. Okay, thanks... So, I think I have an idea of what I'm doing here. Last question.. toss up. Can I bolt on 2 drives to the existing array (as labeled as such in the first picture) and make one a parity and one a storage drive?
  3. I really appreciate your input here. It's helping me figure this out. So, you have 30TB 12+12+12+6, and using one 12 for parity. How does that work with the 6tb in the array for parity? Is it really that fluid to where it doesn't matter with this JBOD? Based on this, I could literally just throw in all 10TB drives for storage, and then 2 6TB for 'parity' drives, and everything may be okay... Backup is another problem I will be facing once I get into my storage a little bit more, and care more about what I have on there.. But for now, I mean, if I drop a disk, I can easily rep
  4. Gotcha... so now I'm at a completely different level of confused, but work with me here, I'm still new to it. If I wanted to use traditional raid, I can build it all using the raid controller on the motherboard (bios setup)... If I wanted to. I really don't. So, with UNRAID not being a traditional disk management system, I could technically just add a new drive, designate it as a parity drive and let it keep moving on? Or just flip the 2 drives into it, designate one as parity, and the other as storage, and not care all that much what is going on? All I have is a
  5. So, technically, I'm at Raid 0. You're suggesting moving into a Raid 5 scenario. I can technically move everything onto my spare drives, and everything onto 1 10TB, then take the 3 empty 10TB drives and use 1 for parity, and 2 for storage. That will put me back at 20. Then, If I move the rest of it onto the 20tb RAID5 setup (not using cache) can I add that 10TB that was holding stuff into the array to give myself 30TB of Raid5, or do I have to break the array in unraid to get it added. I see your original question, If I don't care about anything but storage, then leave it as is
  6. Well, 9TB is movies and TV shows.. the rest is stuff... I could probably back them all up somewhere. Are you suggesting a complete do-over?
  7. I think it's just built into the hardware of the server. I'm just plugged into the regular SATA drive slots.
  8. Sure thing... Sorry, I only get home about once or twice a week to work on this. monolith-diagnostics-20210411-2253.zip
  9. Thanks... I may not be that up to date on the lingo, I'm a software developer, not so much a server guy. I thru them in just because I needed a quick server, with lots of space to host VMs in a dev environment. Not sure if I can add parity to it now. I'm thinking if I did do that, I'd lose 10TB to have a parity drive? This is one of those things I should probably address and see what the difference ends up becoming. So, now the questions come up.... Do I add add the 2 new disks, make one parity, start moving information over to the new ones, then add the other ones to it, can
  10. Dumb question. I have 2 10tb disks in my Array. I'm going to be adding 2 more 10TB disks. I don't have a parity drive, just a cache drive. If I add these 2 to the system, will they automatically get added to the disk array because of the settings --> global share settings are set to all? The desired outcome is now having a 40TB share to play with.
  11. Just wanted to let you know the update came thru to 2.1.1 and here are the features: New Feature Highlights 1. Support for Compose v3.8 when deploying against standalone Docker Hosts This feature has been in demand for over a year, so we're excited for you to get your hands on it. We now ship the compose binary as part of the Portainer container. This means you can now use plain Compose files up to 3.8 (or higher for standalone) to deploy stuff through the UI/API. Note this feature is only available for AMD64 architectures (Windows & Linux). The team are still working on crea
  12. Apache NiFi supports powerful and scalable directed graphs of data routing, transformation, and system mediation logic. Some of the high-level capabilities and objectives of Apache NiFi include: Web-based user interface Seamless experience between design, control, feedback, and monitoring Highly configurable Loss tolerant vs guaranteed delivery Low latency vs high throughput Dynamic prioritization Flow can be modified at runtime Back pressure Data Provenance Track dataflow from beginning to end Designed for extension Build your own pr
  13. @toasti, Thanks so much for the ping back, and appreciate the heads up.
  14. Second on the 'cannot communicate with the server'. Last time we changed the network type to e1000-82545em per this post here However the xml is correct on this for the new version, but it is still not working. Any guidance would be awesome. Thanks!
  15. So, kind of a weird error... This one says access is denied? I have Catalina and Mojave both installed...But this just isn't working. I looked in my iso folder, and I see the big sur image downloaded, or at least 2GB of it. Thoughts or ideas? BTW, using method 2. Method 1 seems to just stop. 2020-12-09 18:53:44,444 Network Request: Fetching https://swscan.apple.com/content/catalogs/others/index-10.16-10.15-10.14-10.13-10.12-10.11-10.10-10.9-mountainlion-lion-snowleopard-leopard.merged-1.sucatalog 2020-12-09 18:53:45,436 Selected macOS Product: 001-83532 /Macinabox/un