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  1. I'm having trouble getting Deluge to connect with Sonarr or Radarr. (binhex versions) I get error message "Unknown exception: The operation has timed out.: '' I've done hard restart of server, reinstalled the containers and checked settings. I don't see any conflicts, and can't think that i've added or changed anything from while it was working prior; just no longer getting a connection to my Deluge download client for some reason. all my settings should be based on SpaceInvader One tutorials, and had been working prior. i can manually send items to Deluge, but even then they are not ported over when completed. i'm not too tech savvy, so if there is a screen shot i could share, let me know
  2. recently restored my cache, but delugevpn no longer working as it was i believe it has to do with the .ovpn file in app data folder i've used the spaceinvader one tutorial (2017), but it may be out of date at this point please let me know if these files are correct, or if i should be looking at something else In my appdata>binhex-delugevpn>openvpn folder i have pasted the following 3 files <crl.rsa.2048.pem> <ca.rsa.2048> CA Toronto.ovpn (i've tried Israel, Netherlands, Romania & Switzerland as well) the PIA site suggests US has port forwarding available too, but unclear to me exactly what to paste in app data folder
  3. Isn't the "1" on the end correct? nvmeOn1 if not, how do i find out?
  4. i'm attempting to recover the cache data, ahead of reformatting i believe i was able to create the directory "x" however, i was unable to mount i entered mount -o usebackuproot,ro /dev/nvmeOn1 /x but got "does not exist" i've attached screen shot, and was assuming for nvme, that was correct >>>See Below, from Terminal<<< Linux 4.19.107-Unraid. Last login: Sun Oct 18 10:03:30 -0500 2020 on /dev/tty1. root@Titan:~# mkdir /x mkdir: cannot create directory ‘/x’: File exists root@Titan:~# mount -o usebackuproot,ro /dev/nvmeOn1 /x mount: /x: special device /dev/nvmeOn1 does not exist. root@Titan:~#
  5. so something that is strange to me, is that is has been asking to "format" the Cache drive, which is an nvme. It shows as "unmountable disk present" > Cache ...(nvmeOn1) This problem was concurrent with the message about disk 1 being disabled. i followed steps to unassign the "disk 1" that had come up as disabled, and have now started the data rebuild process. i'm worried about formatting the cache, as it does not have a parity. i think everything is backed up, but i'm not certain i could rebuild it effectively attached is the SMART zip for the nvme i'll let the data rebuild process for now, and maybe it will fix the Cache error. but not certain just trying to be careful, so thanks for any input
  6. Thanks for confirming attached is the diagnostic From what i could tell, i started the VM for my son to have some PC time. (then hopped in shower). Apparently VM never started and when i came to check one of the drives had been disabled. Note, the VM is on the cache. Anyway, don't know if these events are related and i haven't tried relaunching the VM. It was stuck and i had to force quit. Again, thanks for input!!
  7. disk 1 showing disabled attached is SMART report not sure what to do? do i need to replace, or should i re-enable the disk? all indications from the report seem OK, but also over my head thanks
  8. Through a series of events, i have access to a Corsair RM 1000x Gold PSU that i could pull from another build (for which it is overkill) Wondering if i should swap my 650W Seasonic Titanium Everything works fine as is, and i don't have any plans to add another GPU anytime soon. Maybe one more HDD at some point. Below is configuration, and using PSU calculator i come up at 590W recommended. which is getting close. However, i really value the efficiency of the Titanium Seasonic NO overclocking etc. Can i easily measure power draw? What happens if I exceed 650W? will system become unstable or simply retard performance when pushed? Case: ThermalTake View37 RGB CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X MB: Asus X470 ROG Crosshair VII Hero RAM: 4x 16Gb Trident 3200 VM GPU: Rx580 4Gb (used rarely) SSD: 1Tb WD Black SN750 HDD: 4x 7200rmp, various sized up to 12Tb Fans and AIO CPU cooler
  9. Awesome! Parity check running now THANKS!
  10. My Unraid server had a hard crash and i seemingly lost the cache drive and the parity drive. I was running a VM and everything froze up. (no conflicts with unraid flash drive). On reboot i couldn't get array up initially, and was getting error saying the cache needed to be formatted and the parity drive was disabled. i first ran a READ check on the array, as that was an option. That took almost 2 days, but passed w/o error. I next selected to reformat the cache drive and restored the app data. Lost VMs, but no problem. But now i don't see how to re-engage the parity drive. It shows as disabled. This occurred without physically opening the PC. Regardless, i check the seating of the cables, and even swapped cables with a working drive, to no avail. it correctly identifies the HDD in question and passes all diagnostics, no errors attached is the tools > diagnostics zip HDD: WD 12Tb while label > i've checked and rechecked the pin-out and it looks perfect PSU: Seasonic 650TR MB: Asus x470 hero CPU: 3900x RAM: Trident Z
  11. New to UnRaid and have done a lot of troubleshooting myself, so i may have taken a wrong turn somewhere. Would like to have a VM WIn10 gaming option for my son to play Minecraft / Fortnite. But within a couple minutes of launching a game, system crashes Hardware: CPU: 3900x RAM: 2x16 (32Gb) Trident Z 3200 (but left at default, NO XMP) MB: Asus x470 Hero PSU: Seasonic 650W Titanium Prime GPU1: GT730 2Gb (EVGA) GPU2: Rx580 4Gb (Gigabyte) Peripherals: Logitech USB (various) Cache SSD: WD 1Tb SN750 Storage: WD 12Tb Wht, 2Tb Black, 3Tb Grn Parity: WD 12Tb UnRaid 6.8.3 Win10 Template Settings CPU passthrough (4 core/ 8 thread; bottom pairs) Initial Memory 4096Mb Machine: Q35-4.2d BIOS: SeaBIOS Hyper-V: Yes USB: 2.0 (EHCI) OS: WIn10 1909 (SATA bus) VirtIO: 0.1.173-2 (SATA bus) STABLE but poor graphics performace in VNC Windows fully updated, with tweaks according to SpaceInvader One (high performace etc) GPU: Rx580 Audio: Rx580 I can get it to boot, but randomly will freeze. Sometimes while 'idle', but usually pretty stable for web browsing, system updates. However launching a game seems to instigate a crash within 1-2 minutes I can try a beefier PSU (650W should be enough, but not a lot of head room) I added the GT730 as primary PCIe slot, thinking it might help can't boot with i440fx machine or using OMVF BIOS need to use "Hotplug USB" in order to get USB mouse to register I've confirmed the GPU is in a unique IOMMU group and have the vBIOS for TechpowerUp included i tried briefly passing thru the GT730, but get a black screen what should i focus on???
  12. I'm looking to decommission my WHS hp Ex485 and would like to have an UnRaid NAS + 2 light-duty gamers for the kids (Windows 10 VMs). Items i have > MB: Asus x470 Crosshair VII Hero (Wifi) RAM: 4x8 (32Gb) Corsair RGB 3600 (non-ECC) PSU: 650W Seasonic Titanium Prime (is this enough?) Case: ThermalTake View 37 ARGB (room for 7+ 3.5" HDD) HDD: Various HDD 2-4Tb Looking to add CPU: Ryzen 3900x (12-cores) GPU: 2x GTX 1060 6G HDD: 8+Tb parity drive SSD: Cache, ~1Tb NVMe Configuration plans (bare in mind i have zero experience in UnRaid, yet) 4 cores > NAS (w/ Plex eventually) 4 core per Windows10 VM, x2. With GPU pass-through RAM > i was thinking >> 12Gb per VM (24gb) then remaining 8Gb for NAS Questions > 1. Can the NAS/Plex operate headless? i.e. No GPU. Maybe after initial setup? 2. Thoughts on components? a) Do i need 2x USB cards to assign to each VM for peripherals (what about Audio > does it NEED to be USB), or is onboard sufficient? b) non-ECC RAM, is this really very risky? c) Cache SSD > help me understand choices here. Sure, bigger is better as is faster; Does this help with streaming? or only with write speed? Does this apply to VMs as well as NAS operation? 3. Can u reassign cores easily, and restart system? a) If i was running a game server (ARK), and wanted to assign 4-cores. Could i modify things without too much trouble? 4. Any Ryzen tutorials would be helpful! Especially with gaming VM set up! 5. Can i have a single GAME install location on NAS (i.e. Steam install folder), and reference it from multiple PCs (VM or LAN-assoc. PC) For example, if i have 3 Steam accounts, with ARK available, can i point them all to the NAS. Or could Fortnite run well on both VMs, with a single 'install' location?? 6. How should i start? Begin with NAS or Set up 1 or 2 VMs to start? 7. Alternatively, i have an 8700k (main system) that i could use. Is this better for VMs, or does AMD have effective options for GPU pass-through, IOMMU etc... (is everything supported on my Asus x470 Hero?) No onboard graphics for 3900x vs yes on 8700k. 8. Parity Drive > My thinking here is get 1 or 2 8Tb drives and assign them as Parity then let UnRaid manage the remaining storage & data security. Is there a calculator to see how much usable space i'll have. (I have 1x 4Tb, 3x 3Tb, 1x 2Tb, 2x 1Tb drives available currently; ~17Tb total) this is just a start, and i know i'm already over my head. So appreciative of any input!!