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  1. I have a log that fills up quickly. Reboot fixes. But the terminal shows the log as 1% full ??
  2. Anything come out of this ? I have the max red bar on memory for the log and just keep getting this in the log ... Aug 24 10:28:38 Vishnu nginx: 2020/08/24 10:28:38 [crit] 22944#22944: ngx_slab_alloc() failed: no memory Aug 24 10:28:38 Vishnu nginx: 2020/08/24 10:28:38 [error] 22944#22944: shpool alloc failed Aug 24 10:28:38 Vishnu nginx: 2020/08/24 10:28:38 [error] 22944#22944: nchan: Out of shared memory while allocating channel /dockerload. Increase nchan_max_reserved_memory. Aug 24 10:28:38 Vishnu nginx: 2020/08/24 10:28:38 [error] 22944#22944: *444191 nchan: error publi
  3. Update - I came across this post which links to another post - lots of issues only seeing one NIC. In the solution outlined on the second post - the OP had the NICs as multifunction but on different buses. It appears in the XML created by unraid - MY VM had them on different buses but NOT declared as multifunction. I took a long way around to find this out. Originally, I thought it might be that I needed to change the machine type to i440fx-x.x and when I did - PRESTO - the new VM saw all the NIC's. I copied the XML piece defining the NIC's from the new VM to the old VM and bo
  4. I have a 4 port Intel NIC and trying to run pfsense on a VM. When in pfsense I only see one port available and verified only one port "exists" with pciconf and ifconfig. I followed the instructions from the awesome space invader one and can confirm that I have successfully setup for pass-through of the NIC and deletion of the on-board motherboard NIC. How ? I did the same setup on a manjaro VM and successfully see all four ports ! What gives ? Perhaps a conflict with the Intel NIC and pfsense ? Seems odd with intel. Perhaps this should be on a pfsense forum. I wonder if I c
  5. Hi. I have been using UnRaid for about 8 years but recently migrated to rack mount system, added drives, converting to xfs, running VM's for Pfsense - so, much more active in the last 6 months. I am using unbalance to move files off of Disk 2 for conversion to XFS and I just now had 30 read errors on Disk 2. I got the warning - and I am very worried, but it seems like unraid should be more worried. I mean the warning is the same as when the cache is filling up or a drive is near capacity - it seems like this warning should be more "red" than the other warnings - but not really my issue. M
  6. Thanks for the replies, all is well now just a bit confusing. I don't use opt anymore and I don't know why, but I have done the steps below to confirm my problem and solution: Sickbeard is working fine. Edit Volume Mappings and change Container Volume /config to map to /mnt/cache/appdata/sickbeard - Web UI is not available, sickbeard does not run Change back to mape /config to /mnt/user/appdata/sickbeard/ and it is all good. Now, the container has no problem accessing a host path mapped as /mnt/cache/Downloads but the /config container volume won't work without being routed thro
  7. I have read many many guides for noobs and best practices for containers volumes but I have several questions and one problem. So far I have set up my volumes like this ..... /unraid_Media /mnt/user/Media/ /config /mnt/cache/appdata/XXXX (XXXX = sabnzbd, emby, plex, etc) /unraid_Downloads /mnt/cache/Downloads Q1 - By default and in some guides I keep seeing /opt/xxxx as a path used for "Host path" - what is "opt" ? Where is it ? Why would I use it ? Q2 - Since the cache is unprotected, why are we keeping the config files