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  1. So I just upgraded one of my 5tb array drives on server and after bringing it back up and starting parity sync the VM now won’t start. When I try and watch the VM start with built in VNC before switching over to Splashtop to access I just get the dots across center of screen. Even after parity sync completed it still didn’t work. I’m using Mac in a box for my Mac vm. I watched @SpaceInvaderOne video on the docker and tried to reinstall via docker and still nothing. Does anyone possibly have any ideas as to what It could possibly be or something I should look for. The VM has been up and run
  2. Attached is the ZIP. diagnostics-20200619-0740.zip
  3. Is there a specific folder from diagnostics i should upload?
  4. So I just upgraded one of my 5tb array drives on server and after bringing it back up and starting parity sync the VM now won’t start. When I try and watch the VM start with built in VNC before switching over to Splashtop to access I just get the dots across center of screen. Even after parity sync completed it still didn’t work. I’m using Mac in a box for my Mac vm. I watched @SpaceInvaderOne video on the docker and tried to reinstall via docker and still nothing. Does anyone possibly have any ideas as to what It could possibly be or something I should look for. The VM has been up and run
  5. will i gain anything on a gigabit network if i were to raise my mtu to 4500 or 9000 or will i only see differences if i were to upgarde to 10 gig network?
  6. Ok. I wasn't sure i only ran for about a minute and the folder was probably close to 100gb worth of pictures. Guess i should've waited before cancelling the transfer.
  7. im installing my cache drive this weekend. when i set up the shares i set the folder to cache preferred. is that ok or should i change it to yes once the cache is installed?
  8. So i just tried 2 different scenarios. One was with folder of photos and that was what caused slow transfer speeds. When i tried transferring video files then that is where i started to see my 113 mb/sec transfer speed. Now this only lasted for so long then it dropped down to about 40-50 mb/sec. Could this be because i dont have my cache drive installed into server yet? I received it yesterday and was planning on installing it this weekend. Would it be a better idea to wait until cache drive is installed before i try to bring over all my data?
  9. Got my server up and running. Array is running and parity drive has completed parity sync. I went to go and start pulling all my data off my old nas to unraid server and speeds showed as low as under 1mb/sec. My network is setup as 1 gig network. My connection shows up on unraid as 1000mbps, full duplex, mtu 1500. Does anyone have any ideas what to look for and why my speeds aren't around 100mb/sec transfer like it should?
  10. I will have to look into that when i get home. Thanks.
  11. Is there a specific container or app that can be run on an UNRAID server in case i wanted to connect to it from work or if im out of town in order access my content from anywhere i am?
  12. thanks. i do also have a powered r230 as well. i guess i could just use that and then get a data vault for expanding once i need to and maybe repurpose this for something else.
  13. So my 10tb drive came which i was planning on using as my parity today and i just threw it in to see if the same issue appeared again and the 10tb shows as 2.2tb as well. Is there a bios flash do you think or maybe i will have to consider building a tower to house everything? docker.cfg domain.cfg go ident.cfg network-rules.cfg network.cfg share.cfg smb-extra.conf super.dat syslog.txt no qemu log files ASUS_BW-16D1HT_SIK9CG6FE512-20200415-1705 (sr0).txt Kingston_DataTraveler_3.0_1831BFBBBED1E321195F01C2-0-0-20200415-1705 flash (sda).txt SanDisk_SDSSDH3_1T00_200815A00EB2-20200