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  1. Sorry, yes that would be a good assumption. I always used kmttg for that: https://sourceforge.net/p/kmttg/wiki/Home/ I've long wanted to have a docker for it but never got up the motivation to do it. I created my few containers when docker was still young and new on unraid but LinuxServer.io has taken over all the popular repos. I would see if they'd be willing to create a docker with a gui around kmttg. That would be your best bet. Or, you could run it in a VM. Let me know if you see something where pytivo says it can be handled and I'll look into it further, there may have been new developments, but as it is for this docker you can't do it.
  2. Thank you, I will give that a shot by moving the ssd into a different slot in the server. I probably should get some sort of adapter to fit the ssd into a regular slot instead of just shoving it in there. I haven't had issues until now but that doesn't mean it couldn't appear now.
  3. unraid-diagnostics-20181126-2305.zip I've attached my diagnostics. For some reason every now and then my cache drive disappears and I can't see any files anymore and all my containers stop, etc... Seems to happen when I'm doing a parity check although my parity check finished today but it might have happened at the same time it was finishing. Last time I was able to reboot, mount in maintenance mode, and run xfs_repair on the cache drive. Tried to do that tonight without rebooting but it looks like I need to reboot so I grabbed diagnostics first and here I am. Can anyone take a look and give me some insight?
  4. After looking at the source on that page I realized those variables were stored inside a cookie. Once I clicked on the information button (in firefox) and cleared data and cookies the old stuff doesn't show up anymore.
  5. Where are the vars stored that show here: http://Tower/Tools/Vars I recently wiped my usb drive and reinstalled because I'm having issues with virtual machines not working at all (still am too). I was poking around and went to this page and I see a lot of vars that reference old stuff like old dockers that I no longer have installed since I did a clean install on the usb drive using the official tool. Not sure why this would be since I thought I started fresh, I even manually assigned my drives back to the slots they should be in so I don't understand how it would retain any old configurations. edit: fixed spelling error and removed my local ip to make it less confusing.
  6. My VMs stopped working after setting the default location to my cache drive. At this point I'm trying to blow everything away and start over but even a new VM will get to the loading screen for the bios and then nothing but a blank screen with an icon. I see Domain is tainted: high-privileges and is tainted: host-cpu. When I reboot all the old domains that I had deleted show right back up and anything I've created is gone. I've attached my diag and appreciate any help. unraid-diagnostics-20181028-1752.zip
  7. For some reason I seem to be having the same problem where unraid thinks the update is corrupt and I lost access to the Apps tab. Just thought I'd throw that out there. I'll probably be doing a parity check for 2 more days before I can reboot and get it back.
  8. A reboot is what I ended needing to do. That kind of sucks but at least it's back to normal.
  9. The latest release broke for me. I'm getting this even after wiping out via rm -rf /boot/config/plugins/community.applications/: Verifying package community.applications-2018.09.01a.txz. Unable to install /boot/config/plugins/community.applications/community.applications-2018.09.01a.txz: tar archive is corrupt (tar returned error code 2)
  10. Thanks! Any reason I would set it to Cache Prefer and not Cache Only? I did what you suggested and notice I still have all the files in /mnt/user/appdata and /mnt/cache/appdata. Although when I was running mover last night I was keeping an eye on /mnt/cache/appdata and it definitely went from around 10GB to 67GB or so before I slept. Mover is done this morning and now with ncdu I see cache is at 70GB and the same folder on the disks are at 70GB too.
  11. I'd like to move /mnt/user/appdata to be cache only on /mnt/cache/appdata. I've set the Share to cache only in the share settings screen but if I try to move it to the cache drive and then delete it from data it will also delete it from the cache drive. I'm responding to the fix common problems: "Share appdata set to cache-only, but files / folders exist on the array"
  12. As Saarg said for me try setting the /config dir to cache if you can. I'm trying to figure it out now but I'm not sure how to setup a folder as cache only when it was already on a drive.
  13. I'm not the one who originally asked but I've been having this problem for months. Here is what my run looks like:
  14. What was the solution? I've been having this issue.