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  1. Hopefully this is an easy question, I've searched around and haven't been able to find where on my unraid server this is and also have not found any information as how to remove it. I am getting daily the following error email to me from my Unraid server. fstrim: /mnt/disks/Seagate_Desktop_Drive: FITRIM ioctl failed: No such file or directory I know what is kicking off the error, I had this drive connected to my system for a short while and no longer have it connected. I just am unsure where I tell it not to attempt this trim anymore.
  2. I have a docker that isn't starting, or it tries to start but fails and I cant see why. Is there a way to see the console immediately to see if there's an obvious error?
  3. Perfect! That worked! I had a feeling there had to be a way! Thank you for the help!
  4. Power ISO was one of the application that was about read the data off the drive but does not allow me to copy the information unless I pay for it. The disk WAS part of an array. It is no longer. Effectively taking the files that were on it with it.
  5. I have, And that is how I have it connected. But when I goto mount the drive it gives me the "Cant read superblock" error. Given that the other application can SEE info on it I am guessing I am just missing a command or an addition piece that is needed for Linux to read it. In unraid it will not mount the drive. When I look at the logs I am getting the same error.
  6. I recently replaced a drive in an existing raid. I was only doing this to increase the capacity of the array. The old drive was and seems to be working correctly. Due to me hatefully doing so I found myself adding a driving instead of replacing the drive. In short after all is said and done I now have a working array with the new drive with more space and a drive with SOME of the my data on it. Luckily this data isn't critical in anyway, But part of me wondered if there was a way for me to access the drive and copy the information off it? I've tried connecting it to a stand alone Linux machine, Drive will not mount stating "cant read superblock". I've downloaded a few utilities on a windows machine and CAN see information on the drive, But to copy the data I need to pay for the application. This information is not worth enough to pay for the application. So as it stands, Is there a way to recover the information using a stand alone machine? It now is more of just a challenge to see if it is possible.
  7. I've been searching on and off trying to find a solution to this issue. The time on my Windows 10 VM is still slightly slower. Adds up to about 5 minutes ever hour. I setup a Task to sync the time every 5 minutes.. And this does seems to band aid the issue. I cannot find anyone else with this same issue. So guess mine is unique. Looking for anyone with idea's?
  8. I've had Unraid setup for a short while now and just recently updated to 6.9.1. I cant say if this problem existed before the update or not, But I have a windows 10 VM running on this host and the time in windows 10 keeps falling behind. I haven't been able to find a solution to the issue and to circumvent the issue for now I've setup a scheduled task in windows 10 to sync the time every 5 minutes. That works, But I would like to try and get to the root of the issue. If anyone has an idea, Or someone would like to specific information that might help. I've searched these forms and the closest to the issue i've found is a post from 2018, They happen to be working on a VM that was linux.
  9. PowerShell does exist for Linux and I use it. But I think I explained my initial question incorrectly. I want to run a Bash script that uses Powershell scripts all inside a docker to keep it contained. On the surface it sounds fairly simple. But I am afraid the lack of information I have found it may not be possible.
  10. I have a powershell script that I would like to run in a docker container, I am not sure if what I am asking might be more complicated then I think it is.. This scrip has a web interface that runs on port 4000 and simply collects web information for my reference. Anyone out there that has done something similar, running a powershell script inside a docker? Or would possibly have any pointers?