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  1. Well, apparently not having a fan in FANA or hiding FANA was the issue. Now everything is working well.
  2. OK, got everything close to working, however, I'm missing my ABC fans on my Supermicro X10 motherboard. It's just showing the 1234. Can I just add the lines to the fan.cfg? Can I get it to detect them? Thanks for your time.
  3. any recommendations for editing smb-extra.conf to see the snapshots as shadow copies in windows? My snapshots look like %PoolName/%dataset@autosnap_%Y-%m-%d_%H:%M:%S_%snaptype with %snaptype being daily, weekly, hourly, or frequently. I tried shadow: format = autosnap_%Y-%m-%d_%H:%M:%S any help would be greatly appriciated.
  4. Just FYI, I think I was having a similar issue to Marshalleq. On RC2, when I stopped the unRAID array, which stopped my VM, restarted the unraid array and attempted to restart my VM, it would hang the VM management page (white bottom, no uptime in unraid) and then if you attempted to reboot, it would not reboot successfully. You would have to reset the machine to reboot. However, with RC4, everything seems to be working correctly.
  5. What's different between RC2-RC4?
  6. the rm -rf mounting point got it. Thanks again!
  7. I'm having issues deleting a Pool and it's datasets. After several reboots, I was able to destroy the datasets, but I cannot destroy or export the pool. I always receive "the pool is busy". Neither iostat or lsof show activity. It seems something touches it at boot, and then ever again. Is there a way to unset the busy flag or does it have a timeout or??
  8. First, thanks to @steini84 for creating this plugin, I wouldn't be on Unraid without it. They should put you on the payroll. 2nd, one of the things I had and liked in Freenas was a daily report on the SMART tests of my array, as well as a pool report. Freenas, I think, scheduled the smart tests itself, and I am working on a script to schedule the long SMART test by ZFS pool, rather than all of the drives. However, I took edgarsuit's which spits out a HTML email containing the smart report and Pool reports, and modified it work on Unraid and handle SSDs a bit better. I
  9. So, following the guide off of Level 1 techs, I am sure I have messed something up or missed a step. I was setting up automatic snapshots, and I was able to make the install, but I don't know what command to run to install the zfs-auto-snapshots. I honestly assumed it installed, but now I am doubting that. I am getting a message frequently of Oct 5 07:11:11 Beast crond[3324]: failed parsing crontab for user root: PATH="/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin" I am also emailed Console and webGui login account Oct 4, 2020, 7:15 PM (14 hours ago) /bin/sh: root: command n
  10. Hello, recent convert from FreeNAS. In FreeNAS, every morning, I got a SMART report that showed a synopsis of the info polled from the drives. I liked to see it to see if my drives were getting hot due to lack of airflow or similar. An example of the synopsis from the top is seen below. +------+------------------+----+-----+-----+-----+-------+-------+--------+------+----------+------+-------+----+ |Device|Serial |Temp|Power|Start|Spin |ReAlloc|Current|Offline |Seek |Total |High |Command|Last| | |Number | |On |Stop |Retry|Sectors|Pending|Uncorrec|Errors|Seeks |Fly |Timeout|Test|
  11. I don't see the config button on the Fan Control page. I have updated my motherboard since the plugin was originally installed. However, I uninstalled the plugin and deleted /boot/config/plugins/ipmi/ dir & files. When I turn Fan Control on, the profile Full is selected and my fans go full speed and don't throttle down as much as I like. Normally I run on the Standard mode and it's pretty tolerable. Any ideas?
  12. Also of note, not shares show up at all. So, not sure what's going on. I did extend my trial, do you think this has anything to do with my issue?
  13. I'm sure I am moronic and missing something obvious. But how would I create a share with my ZFS arrays? symlink on a disk? or should it be zfs set sharesmb=on POOLNAME If so, I am getting root@Tower:/mnt/SixteenMirror# zfs set sharesmb=on SixteenMirror cannot share 'SixteenMirror: system error': smb add share failed cannot share 'SixteenMirror/Docker: system error': smb add share failed I have already set permissions & owner for /mnt/SixteenMirror by running the following root@Tower:/mnt/SixteenMirror# chmod -R 775 /mnt/SixteenMirror root@Tower
  14. If someone wants to answer this, that's awesome, otherwise, I got this to achieve the same goal by running zpool import -f POOLNAME zfs set mountpoint=/mnt/POOLNAME POOLNAME
  15. I have two pools from FreeNAS I want to import to /mnt/POOLNAME what is the correct syntax? zpool import -f -m /mnt/POOLNAME POOLNAME or zpool import -f POOLNAME -m /mnt/POOLNAME or zpool import -f -m /mnt/POOLNAME POOLNAME