Maximus01701

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  1. Hey, I just upgraded and made a post about this over here. Just to keep things simple i'm going to roll back. (I don't need any of the new features or NVidia driver support). But is there a timeline of when this will be fixed? -Thanks
  2. Thanks for the quick reply. Can i just roll back using the Tools>Upgrade OS area? What cache settings should i screen shot before rolling back if i'm going to need to manually set them back up. Any update on when it will be fixed?
  3. I just upgraded a moment ago, and now UnRAID is no longer seeing any spinning disks... it sees my SSD caches but nothing else. I'm on Version 6.9.2 I see there is a Restore/Roll-back option under the tools section. I didn't want to do that until i checked here first. I've attached my diagnostic file fs02-diagnostics-20210614-1442.zip
  4. It would be fantastic to just click a button that starts to eject the drive. (Copy files from it to the rest of the array, then removes it and marks it as an "Unassigned Device". You could even take it a step father and "swap" disks. For example you select a disk in the array, select "swap" or something and it copies the data to the new drive and removes the old drive from the array. Right now, having to have to juggle resizing the array is a bit of a pain.
  5. Right, i currently have a SAN connection between unraid and my desktop for video editing (Since it needs block level). Id like to fiber connect unraid (I will have to go direct if i have to since I fiber switches are $$) to a few other machines (Not on the block level) so it's shared. Such as the movies and TV folder. Of the fiber cards only the Myricom card is recognized in Unraid. The rest of the fiber cards are not.
  6. So, I was gifted a 24D Facilis Terrablock server. https://www.facilis.com/technical-specifications/ It's built for video production where it can support up to 6 direction fiber connection to each machine. And allowed quick switching between iSCSI devices (Since some editing software only works on those drives). Anyways... I have been migrating from my DIY homebuilt server into this and things have been going better than expected. The server came with: 3x - Atto FC-82EN Fiber Channel cards. 1x - Myricom-10G Dual-Protocol NIC As well as the two standard ethernet ports on the MOBO. 8x - Fiberstore SFP-10GSR-85 https://www.fs.com/products/11589.html 1x - FTLX8571D3BCL https://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Finisar/FTLX8571D3BCL/?qs=%2Fha2pyFadug%2BiGEoi8PKz2LEV0UORDjqf%2Fdvn6n06hmH23rQptDHxQ%3D%3D Since I only have a standard gigabit switches (one manage and the other not). Id like to utilize the fiber cards for speed. What would you recommend for setting that up? I don't mind them being direct connection (Pretty small space) but can't seem to find any good info on setting it up.... I've already pulled the cards and put one of them in my desktop. I do have an iSCSI drive over the network (Again for video production stuff) set up by following a SpaceInvader One tutorial that i use on Unraid. I'm sure i will have to reset that up on whatever route i go... Long story short, any way to directly connect to an unraid server via Fiber cards? -Thanks,
  7. So... the rebuild finished w/ out any errors... Nor did the drive put out any errors. So the eSATA cable was it. It was just my own laziness to not swap it and just shrink it and deal w/ the drive for testing later... So one issue i've caused in doing all of this, is that now i've got duplicated files... I was using unBALANCE to move stuff from drive 5 (The one giving errors) to drive 7. I did the dry run and fixed some permissions, I figured i was good to go. So i started to do the move, but the drive's speed went to shit and started giving out errors, So i canceled it and tried it again. (Happened a few more times). Then we fixed my fuck up.. (Trying to shrink the array). However, now i've got some duplicated files (According to "Fix common problems"). The errors says I haven't done much research yet, but figured i would post here in conjunction with googling around. Any ideas/recommendation on correcting that? -Thanks,
  8. I did stumble across that wiki. And 3 hours left on the rebuild.... no errors..
  9. I did not see that page of the wiki.. thank you for sending it. It does clear up a lot.. I powered down the server, swapped the cable, it hung on that USB error i mentioned in the other thread a few weeks ago. (if you have a solution for that yet). Started the array, and it is rebuilding a 102 MB/S now. I will keep an eye out and see if the drive starts to error out again... -Thanks,
  10. I just swapped the SATA cable.. it's coming back up online now.
  11. And there it goes... tossing errors and slowing everything down. If i restart the server, i can almost guarantee the speeds will go back up for a bit, then back down. fs02-diagnostics-20200426-1537.zip
  12. Doing that now. I agree, the data is still on disk 5. And the disk is 90% probably okay.. I am doing what you said now. This is what i figured i would have to do if i was unable to shrink it. I will post the logs back up in the morning. HOWEVER - hypothetically speaking... if a drive dies. (100% dead). And you don't have access to another drive but don't want to be unprotected. What would be the best way to shrink the array without that drive? -Thanks,
  13. Yes, that was/is Disk 5. I just figured it would be simple to shrink the array and deal with the drive issues later. Maybe buy a new one who knows.. just a later time project. I just didn't like a bunch of errors happening on that disk.
  14. All i did was stop the array like you recommended. Here are the new logs. fs02-diagnostics-20200426-1455.zip
  15. Disk 5 is still in the server. (I have not physically removed any drives). The errors from disk 5 were UMDA errors. And from my understanding it's a hardware issue (Bad cable or something along those lines). So the plan was to just remove the drive from the array, then when i got more time go in and take a physical look. - I shut down the array like you said. - Disk 5 is still in here. - Auto Start is already set to "no" ** EDIT** The advice was a culmination of reading online from different places like the wiki. So i paraphrased as best as i could here to make sure i understood it correctly. Apparently, not... -Thanks,
  16. I ended up starting the array... but paused it as soon as you posted... Attached is the zip. fs02-diagnostics-20200426-1323.zip
  17. So, I know this has been covered 1000s of times all over the web. It's just that there are a few scenarios/options out there and want to make sure I understand them. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ** The Set up ** - 8 disks in the array. - 1 parity, 7 data. - As well as few empty bay slots. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ - Disk 5 started throwing errors. ** Option 1: Shrink Array - Less safe** Rather than replacing disk 5, Just shrink the array to 6 Data disks and 1 Parity. - Stop the array - Select Disk 5 as "unassigned" under the "Main" tab - Start the array - Stop the array - Tools > New Config > "Preserve current assignments: ALL" > Apply - Main > Start array. - **(One worrisome thing I see is that next to the parity drive; it says "All existing data on this device will be OVERWRITTEN when array is Started"). - ** I'm assuming it means JUST the parity drive? Because to make the new array it has to redo the parity right? But no data on the array will be lost? Right? - Completed after rebuild. ** Option 1: Pros and Cons ** - Pro: It's fast and easy. - Con: It leaves your array venerable during the rebuild process. And since the rebuild process is more taxing than normal; another drive may fail. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ ** Option 2: Failing Drive - Shrink - More safe ** - Use something like unBALANCE to move data off disk 5 to the other drives. - Then follow steps in Option 1. ** Option 2: Pros and Cons ** - Pro: Doesn't leave it unprotected like Option 1. - Con: Takes a bit longer to transfer the files off. Esp if the drive is failing and has really shitty speeds... (My situation). Does this all sound about right? I'm currently about to start the array again. But seeing the "All existing data on this device will be OVERWRITTEN when array is Started" Warning scares me. So just want to double check. **EDIT** Or should I stick Disk 5 back in and do something else? I did start to use unBALANCE, but the speeds would drop too slow and i would have to cancel it. I also then got some "Duplicated file errors" from the "Fix Common Problems" plug in even though i was using "move" and not "Copy" in unBALANCE... But figured that would go away once disk 5 was out of the picture. No? -Thanks,
  18. No, not yet... it has only done it twice several days apart.. so waiting for it to happen again so i can pull the log and post it back up here.
  19. The beauty is... I have no USB3 ports ha. And the USB stick is a USB2 stick (Same one I used for xenology for years). I have more sticks I could try, but unfortunately since i'm on the trail i can only test a new stick when i purchase it. PLUS if it still doesn't work I can only try one more for 12 months. (From my understanding).
  20. I have not tried it yet. Been just focusing on moving all these files over. Currently running two Synchronizations on drives. One to confirm I can wipe/add the drive to the array and the other over the network. It takes many hours as i'm sure you know which I can't pause/restart.. When/if it happens again I will give that a shot. I will also get the logs before I log into safe mode. One other issue you may be able to help me w/ is hanging on boot. I was going to post it in a new thread.. but maybe i should just try here.. - When i boot using the USB ports on the back of the MoBo 9/10 it will hang on the following. USB 1-4: reset highs-speed USB device number 2 using ehci-pci - When I use the USB ports on the front (So from the MoBo header) it hangs 1/10 times. - The fix is to pull it out and reinsert it. (Not even rebooting). Then it starts right up... -Thanks,
  21. No, I boot to the default (Unraid OS) and then access it from computers on the network. Maybe because I updated Nerdpack today?
  22. I installed Nerd pack while following a tutorial to set something up. Granted... I don't remember which tutorial, or what i was trying to set up... But, all I've needed to do is copy files from one drive to the Array using Krusader. However, when I go in and look it says I'm only running 4 or so. Where can i see what you're seeing? Thanks again for taking the time!
  23. No, router #1 has port 1 as a DMZ that router #2 is plugged into. Then everything behind that. Thanks, diagnostic log is attached. fs02-diagnostics-20200414-1030.zip
  24. So i've been running the trail of Unraid for 10 days or so now and am really loving it! (Probably going to switch from Xpenology). It's seems like a great community and look forward to being a part of it. The issue at hand... the last few days Unraid has been taking down my network. - Few days ago randomly (Wasn't doing anything but transferring files to Unraid. No different than the days prior). - The internet speed (not LAN) went to shit... restarted routers reached out to ISP still nothing. I then tried to take all the devices off the network but 1 and things went back to normal.. come to find out it was Unraid. Restarted it and things went back to normal. - Woke up this morning 2 days later and same thing... shit internet (1.2 mb/s). Unplugged the server and it went back to normal (80 mb.s). Plug it back in and it goes to shit. Only a restart of Unraid fixes it. - So I started looking at some logs on the router. - Had over 4000 active ip connections... (All to/from Unraid). - I have attached a few screen shots. - At first i thought it was an external attack. But because it ONLY goes away after unraid gets restarted (Not even the modem/router and getting a new IP from the ISP) it makes me think it's an Unraid issue... - w/ Xpenology i had two ethernet lines bonded for improved speeds. - I have not touched anything network related aside form giving it a static IP during the initial install/set up. - I noticed Unraid seems to have already bonded the two lines? - In terms of my network set up: From the ISP a router/modem that runs the main part of the house then one of the ports is set to a DMZ where i have another router (House out back) that runs everything out here. (unraid, desktops, ect). This way i can do what i need to do out here without effecting the main house. Granted... unraid even takes that part of the network down. - I'm not sure how to proceed.. anyone have any suggestions? - I'm assuming you may want the server logs. Do i just go to tools>System logs>Download? Granted this would be after the restart... - Unraid ip address is the 192.168.2.70 -Thanks,