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  1. Bump - is there any kind of news to this? My CPU hasn't gone idle for a month at least
  2. This problem persists into 6.9.2
  3. Hi, I recently noticed that quite often my Unraid shows a high shfs usage of over 100%. This slows down file access over the network considerably. I have stopped all dockers and VMs but that didn't stop the behaviour. Only when stopping the array didn't the process stop. I have attached my diagnostics for further evaluation. zeronas-diagnostics-20210318-1010 (1).zip
  4. Hi, I recently noticed that quite often my Unraid shows a high shfs usage of over 100% for one thread. This is troublesome. Yesterday I have stopped all dockers and VMs but that didn't change anything. Only when stopping the array didn't the process stop. I have attached my diagnostics for further evaluation. Any help is appreciated! zeronas-diagnostics-20210318-1010.zip
  5. Also looking for the new version to be updated into the docker
  6. This works wonderfully so far. What I am struggling with is to automate the python scripts (they fetch data from the internet and store them in influxdb btw if that is important). Under Linux I would use cron but I haven't really used it. There are some nice tutorials it but the questions is how to write that down in bash. So that it gets automatically entered every time. I guess I should use anacron? But I am total unsure how to add this via bash... Does anyone have an idea?
  7. Hello, I have a question regarding the debian docker on a fundamental level. I want to find out if this could work for my usecase. I want to run some python scripts regularly. Some people have told me that I should run those in a docker and not in unraid itself. If I use debian as a docker and say install some dependencies like a few python librarys and the docker gets updated. Will those things I have installed stay? As I understand it normally this whole docker things works by storing the config files somewhere else so that when the docker gets updated it just needs to read these
  8. Well are you shitting me? That worked! Wow! Thanks for the idea! I became really frustrated. But I still don't understand how that happened? Why is this fixed now required but it worked before that?? Still strange after all.
  9. I bought a new USB Stick (Kingston Data Traveler 2.0) and a USB2 connector for the USB2 header on my motherboard. I still get the same error. I used the Unraid USB Creator to prepare the stick. Please help!? What is happening here? Why don't I get any meaningful troubleshoot information from the loading procedure?
  10. Well, I ordered a usb connector to try that out as well.
  11. There are none on the motherboard without buying some extra hardware. Is unraid that dependent on USB2?
  12. Hi, I recently purchased unraid and build myself a system out of old hardware I had around. This worked all rather well and I started to move all my data onto the system. Yesterday I installed a new SATA Controller (BEYIMEI PCIe 5Port). After booting it seemed to work - but somehow not all attached drives were recognized but at least some so that I though the card seems to be working. So I shutdown the system and reattached the cables and turned on the system again. But since then I cant boot anymore. It just stops at bzroot....ok - I ran memtest for about 4 hours - no pr