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  1. Solution: Reboot Not sure what happened but rebooting unRAID seems to have fixed it.
  2. I rebooted into safe mode and it worked...what could stop it from working when not in safe mode?
  3. I'm scratching my head on this and don't know why my shares aren't working anymore. Between the last time it worked and now, I've added a few VLAN networks for my docker containers. tl;dr: Rebooted unRAID and it's working again. Not sure why Note: This is across all my shares, but I'm just using Software in this example. Fix Common Problems only shows issues with out of date containers. I do have a few user accounts but the shares are all public. Sometimes the error flips between "You do not have permission to access this server." and "There was a problem connecting to the server" Below is what I see in the syslog, but the permissions to /mnt/user/Software is still 777 Software on the actual disk is still 777 too. Hope this is enough information. unraid-diagnostics-20201010-1505.zip
  4. Anyone happen to know how to fix this? Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. @tehtid, did you ever fix this or anyone else know how to get it working? I'm having the exact same issue. Something stranger is that the VPN port (8118) works but the Deluge port (8112) doesn't work. I'm testing by telnet'ing to the port from the Sonarr docker. Telnet was installed by issuing `pacman -S inetutils` after connecting to the Docker's console. I tested the other port (58846) and that one connects. For some reason 8112 won't connect. Connects fine from other networks (eg: my laptop) If I set vpn to off in delugevpn, the Sonarr docker can now reach 8112/tcp on delvugevpn. My laptop can still connect to delugevpn on 8112/tcp.
  6. Yeah, just trying to see if there's a rule of thumb about how much space should be provided around the unit and any maintenance care that would be needed. Take a desktop for example Keep it in an area that can have some airflow, not in an enclosed cabinet which can restrict air Give at least 2 inches around so fans can push air Keep it elevated off the carpet so the bottom vents can pull in air If it will be near the carpet, put it on a flat surface, not just raised, so it doesn't bring in dust Every few months, check the filters and clean out any dust and/or move it to a better location etc Are there any good rules of thumb when caring for a UPS?...other than not pulling it from the outlet
  7. Thanks for the info. Anyone know if there are there any best practices when it comes to placing a UPS like ventilation, having so many inches unobstructed, keep it away from _______? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Thanks for the link. I'll consider that one too. Not too sure how the return policy is with Tiger DIrect if anything goes wrong. Maybe Best Buy can PM them.
  9. @cmarshall85 I just checked out some CyberPower reviews and yes, there are quite a bit of fire/smoke stories. Maybe I will just keep this APC. We don't have thunderstorms or high humidity here, in Southern California, which may cause a spike. Testing the APC by pulling the plug seems to keep it on power well enough for ~35min (according to the unit's display). Thanks for the heads up.
  10. Has anyone used a CyberPower 1500VA / 900Watts True Sine Wave Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) with unRAID? Costco has this for $150 (sale) and wondering if it's plug-n-play like APC UPS's. I just bought a APC Back-UPS Pro 1000 VA UPS, 8-Outlets, Black (BX1000M-LM60) from Staples ($90) and thinking about upgrading to this one instead because it's (1) True Sine Wave, (2) has more power, and (3) Costo "warranty" if anything goes wrong with it. Model: CST1500S Link: https://www.costco.com/cyberpower-1500va--900watts-true-sine-wave-uninterruptible-power-supply-(ups).product.100527623.html Thanks
  11. @JorgeB, Dumb question. How do I mark you post as the solution?
  12. @TheSpook, Thanks for the walk through. I'm running into an issue though where the IDrive service doesn't automatically start up whenever the docker is restarted. I have to go back in the docker and manually start the services again. How do you get the IDrive service and cron service to start automatically? Thanks
  13. Yes. This was my very first time using unRAID. FWIW, I did click the gear from the Dashboard to go to the scheduler when it mentioned parity check wasn't scheduled. See screenshot. I didn't notice this before installing the Cache Pool, not to say it wasn't there all along. Before, I would get to the scheduler via Settings > Scheduler. Both methods are allowing me to set a schedule now, even if I disable Parity Check and go back in either way. Before After
  14. I just installed my Raid 1 Cache Pool (2 x 1TB NVMe SSD) and can now schedule my parity checks.
  15. FWIW, I don't have a cache drive either. Plan to install a raid 1 pool this weekend.