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  1. I changed to "Remote Access to LAN" but is the same. Also from the client I can ping the server but from the server I can not ping the client
  2. I am trying to configure a simple setup with WireGuard installed on the Unraid server and the WireGuard clients connected from the wild internet. I manage to do the portforward correctly because I able to connect from the internet to the WireGuard server, but I think I need to add some routes or something else because after I connect I can't access the local network. To have a clear idea of what I did, I will insert some picture with my setup: WireGuard setup: Unraid routes: After I connect from my laptop ( I am able to ping the server but unable to access my network lan Somewhere I miss something. Can you help me to find out where?
  3. I have the following configuration: With From syslog I can see: Oct 1 18:13:26 unraid root: mover: started Oct 1 18:13:26 unraid move: move: file /mnt/disk1/system/docker/docker.img Oct 1 18:13:26 unraid move: move_object: /mnt/disk1/system/docker/docker.img File exists Oct 1 18:13:26 unraid move: move: file /mnt/disk1/system/libvirt/libvirt.img Oct 1 18:13:26 unraid move: move_object: /mnt/disk1/system/libvirt/libvirt.img File exists Oct 1 18:13:26 unraid root: mover: finished Why my application data is not moving to the disk pool when I invoke the "mover"? I attached the archive of "unraid-diagnostics", if I need to upload other details please tell me. unraid-diagnostics-20201001-1826.zip
  4. Jorge, you illuminated me tonight! not only did you help me very quickly, but you also told me what I wanted to hear 🥳 . I had some emotions so I opened this topic to make sure I'm not mistaken and to confirm that my data is safe. I think we can close this thread. Thank you again
  5. ok, just one more question, in my configuration described in the first attach, with one parity disks, three data disks and parity valid, if I pull disk 1 from the server, my data will be online and untouched?
  6. Thank you very much for your quick response Jorge. Please confirm me that I understand well: the first disk will be loaded until one-half, that means 4 TB, after that disk 2 will be loaded until one-half, then disk 3. After I will load more that 12 TB (4 TB x 3 disks ) then disk 1 will be loaded to the second-half.
  7. Please help me to understand why the load on Disk 1, 2 and 3 is not equal distributed. Disk 1 contains all the data (~900 GB) and disks 2 and 3 are emtpy.