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  1. Unfortunately I gave up after multiple attempts. I'm now running https://mailinabox.email/ as a VM
  2. Any option to update to 1.14 version of Tailscale? Looks like it's been available for a week or so. No rush and great project!
  3. Fixed up my issues - great work sir!
  4. That's because guys like yourself and @doron make amazing plugins!
  5. Yes sir that fixed it immediately!
  6. In my case FCP was already set to skip and the drives still won't spin down.
  7. I have attached my diagnostics file to this post, but I found the same issue in 6.9.2, but in 6.10, none of my drives will spin down. This server is non-critical so willing to jump through whatever troubleshooting is needed. cobblednas-diagnostics-20210807-2137.zip
  8. As of Wireguard App version: 1.0.13 (24) - iOS/iPadOS 15 and macOS Monterey now work properly. If you did NOT remove your configuration, it's an in place update and things will work. Otherwise import your tunnels from QR Code or Archive and you'll be good to go!
  9. Warning for those of you who live on the edge of iOS updates and loaded the iOS 15 beta. From what I can tell, WireGuard VPNs don't presently work. I was able to get my backup VPN, which is a simple L2TP connection, working - but WireGuard is dead in the water. I did attempt to reprovision via QR code, but I think this is an issue outside of all of us.
  10. Just a heads up - this isn't the first time we've been bitten by this issue. I personally always pop-open the GitHub page and check what the commits were to ensure it isn't this type of revert. GitHub: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-unifi-controller You can see it happen here when it reverted from 6.2 to 6.1: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-unifi-controller/commit/6eff0f3d19534437a2b3a823d47e94e8487f93cf
  11. Downgraded to unRAID 6.9.1 and all drives immediately spun down after they wouldn't spin down all day under 6.9.2. Apr 8 20:43:00 cobblednas emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdi Apr 8 20:43:00 cobblednas SAS Assist v0.85: Spinning down device /dev/sdi Apr 8 20:43:03 cobblednas emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdf Apr 8 20:43:03 cobblednas SAS Assist v0.85: Spinning down device /dev/sdf Apr 8 20:43:03 cobblednas emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdd Apr 8 20:43:03 cobblednas SAS Assist v0.85: Spinning down device /dev/sdd Apr 8 20:43:03 cobblednas emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdg Apr 8 20:43:03 cobblednas SAS Assist v0.85: Spinning down device /dev/sdg Apr 8 20:43:03 cobblednas emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdc Apr 8 20:43:04 cobblednas SAS Assist v0.85: Spinning down device /dev/sdc Apr 8 20:43:04 cobblednas emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sdh Apr 8 20:43:04 cobblednas SAS Assist v0.85: Spinning down device /dev/sdh Apr 8 20:43:04 cobblednas emhttpd: spinning down /dev/sde Apr 8 20:43:04 cobblednas SAS Assist v0.85: Spinning down device /dev/sde