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  1. Is there any way to prevent this behavior in future using Firefox?

    Yesterday I rebooted the server using Firefox and while starting again array with Firefox experienced the same.

    Restarted and started the array using Safari and problem solved again.

    Is there anything I can do in Firefox?

    Thanks in advance.

  2. Upgrade from 6.9 to 6.11.2.

    The flash drive has been replaced with brand new to make sure it is not flash related.

    Once the array is started, all my plugins, dockers and VMs are started normally and also working as expected.

    UNRAID reporting the array as STOPPED which is not the case. The array is started and working.

    The same behavior with previous upgrades which I thought were flash drive related. Obviously it is not the case.

    The buttons for start/stop array and all the others are not visible as Unraid is started in maintenance mode.

    Please find some screenshots and kindly advise how to proceed further.

    Diagnostics file attached.

    Thanks in advance.






  3. On 5/21/2022 at 4:32 PM, Squid said:

    Here's a simple test:


    When the "flash drive offline or corrupted" banner appears.  Does it disappear if you navigate to another page (eg: Settings).  If that banner does disappear then what you've got is not a flash problem, and safe to ignore.  Rather it *thinks* it's corrupted because another process somewhere is changing a file on the flash at the exact same time as the OS is checking to see if it's corrupted.. (ie: a race condition that needs to be accounted for if we could replicate it)

    Just saw now 6.10.2 available and decided to try to upgrade from 6.9 to not much different result.

    The bad flash drive banner appeared again (brand new flash drive).

    The VMs and Dockers started and working although unraid itself tells me that to access the docker/VM page the array must be started first.

    The drives are reported by unraid that are offline, which is false (the drive appeared to be online and user shares presente).

    I do not know what exactly has been changed but obviously problems are still there.

    Take a look on some screenshots and also the diagnostics log attached.


    Back to 6.9.2 again.



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  4. 20 hours ago, ljm42 said:


    Everything you described sounds like a flash drive going bad. I would make sure you make a backup and get a new one on order.

    Although I was very much confident it is not a flash drive related decided to follow your advise. New flash drive prepared. Booted to the same behavior. Once again went back to 6.9.2. No more experiments with the production server for me.


  5. What I've noticed is that the server initiated parity check, because (after the restart following the update) an unclean shutdown has been detected.

    As a result according to my observations the parity check is blocking the normal view of the web interface. Once I press on "restart", a moment before a restart is completed the normal web interface page view is showing up. In this moment the parity check is stopped.

    As no buttons for "stop parity check" are available at the moment (but the check is in progress) How could I stop parity check via command line? Haven't found any command for this.

    All disk although mounted, are reported by unraid as "off-line"

    10 years unraid user here and never had any problem with update so far.



  6. Hello,

    Just upgraded from stable to 6.10.0.

    Many problems after the upgrade. I was able to login but on the array screen got "Flash drive offline or corrupted" message.

    The array has started, dockers and VM too, but no usual information for the disks in the array are visible anymore.

    No control over the array. Buttons for start/stop array disappeared.

    Please kindly see my diagnostics and some screenshots.


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  7. Here for sale is a Supermicro X9SCA-O motherboard.

    It comes in bundle with an Intel XEON E3-1220 v.2.

    16GB ECC RAM included (4x4GB).

    The stock Xeon cooler is installed.


    As a bonus I will include the following:

    1. HYPER TX3 EVO cooler.

    2. USB card to extend the port needs.


    The original packaging of the motherboard, the user manual, 3 sata cables and I/O shield are included in this sale.

    The parts have been pulled up from working environment and have been checked very well. All tests passed.

    The parts are coming from pet and smoke free environment.


    I am looking for 170 euro (PayPal friend and family) shipping included.














  8. I had my docker img. file on a WD cache drive.

    Decided to move it to my SSD which is an unsigned device. Pointed the path of the image to the new location and all my dockers were absolutely fine.

    2 days later, while examining the logs I noticed strange messages:


    Mar 17 19:46:01 UNRAID kernel: BTRFS error (device loop2): bdev /dev/loop2 errs: wr 0, rd 0, flush 0, corrupt 39978, gen 0
    Mar 17 19:46:01 UNRAID kernel: BTRFS warning (device loop2): csum failed root 5 ino 14029812 off 4640768 csum 0xf754ec52 expected csum 0x734f7045 mirror 1


    Searched the forum and found out others has experienced the same problems. I understood that the docker.img file went bad and needs to be recreated.

    My appdata fold is on the same unassigned device.


    Could you please confirm the steps needed:

    1. Stop the array;

    2. Delete the old docker.img file;

    3. Create new docker img.file;

    4. Start the array;

    4. Go to Community Applications;

    5. Download the dockers I need;

    6. The old paths and data of the dockers should be the same;


    Thank you in advance.



    Attached the diagnostics file








  9. Here for sale is a Supermicro X9SRL-F motherboard (rev.1.01)


    Key Features
    1. Single socket R (LGA 2011) supports
        Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600/1600
        and E5-2600/1600 v2 family

    2. Intel® C602 chipset; QPI up to 8.0GT/s

    3. Up to 512GB ECC DDR3, up to
        1866MHz; 8x DIMM slots

    4. Expansion slots: 2 PCI-E 3.0 x8,
        2 PCI-E 3.0 x8 (in x16), 2 PCI-E 3.0 x4
        (in x8), 1 PCI-E 2.0 x4 (in x8)

    5. Intel® 82574L Dual port GbE LAN

    6. 2 SATA3 (6Gb/s), 4 SATA2 (3Gb/s),
        & 4 SATA2 (3Gb/s) ports via SCU

    7. Integrated IPMI 2.0 and KVM with
        Dedicated LAN

    8. 9 USB 2.0 ports
        (2 rear + 6 via header + 1 Type A)

    9. DOM power connector support


    The motherboard has been pulled out from a working UNRAID environment.

    The original box is presented.

    No I/O shield included in this sale. It can be obtained elsewhere for pennies.

    International tracking number shall be provided.


    I am looking for 110 euro shipped worldwide via registered post. PayPal (friends and family) or SEPA transfer accepted only.






    Thanks for looking.