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  1. Hey guys. I had this issue and moved to the newest beta and it was fixed. You can also use the below command but its not persistant after boot. mount -o remount -o space_cache=v2 /mnt/cache I hope this helps
  2. I've read some more and have a better understanding why this is happening. I looked at the APP for Turbo Write Schedule and that looks interesting. But as the Mover is doing its work at midnight on this might not be an issue for me. Its only when I'm doing an intentional move that it becomes an issue. Thanks for the reply. Jay
  3. Thank you. Saw another post of someone suggesting a procedure to upgrade. Looks like I can just backup my USB and update my plugins and move forward.
  4. Same thing here. Writes to the cache as full speed (max spinning drive speed reads). Then when I hit the Mover button (below image) I only get 25MB/s. is this normal? the system isn't doing anything else such as a parity check. though the parity drive is active.
  5. I'm currently using 6.8.3 and I'm seeing the issue in docker where the loop2 process is doing mass writes to my cache while the server has no usage. One of the users suggested running this command (mount -o remount -o space_cache=v2 /mnt/cache) after boot, which has reduced my IO down on Loop2 to 0.49%. So a temporary fix. I'm told the new version 6.9.0-rc2 should fix this problem. Is there anything I should do prior to doing an upgrade other than backup my USB drive? I'm in the testing phase so I have not purchase a key yet. I am loving it so far.
  6. Guys, I'm having what appears to be a well known issue with my dockers writing a lot of data to my cache drive (GB per hour). I've seen some suggest its a BTRFS issue with the cache and suggested to reformat it to XFS. I've heard this issue was fixed in the beta 6.9.0-rc2? Is the beta stable enough to move to? I've seen others using it in the signature line. I've been very happy with unRaid so far, but I'm going to burn up this SSD in a month.
  7. Would you recommend just moving to the beta? the above command appears to help... i could add it to my crontab@reboot but seems like a bandaid fix.
  8. Sorry. Read to many posts and I’m “loop”y right now. see what I did there....
  9. I'm having the same issue as well. Was researching and posted to the below linked topic. I'm going to remove that docker and try a different Plex Docker Image. I add the repository which I think is directly from plex (https://github.com/plexinc/pms-docker). I originally thought it was a brtfs issue with the cache but it doesn't seem to be the problem... ? Any solutions on your end? https://forums.unraid.net/topic/98114-new-cache-pool-ssd-default-format-to-btrfs-i-want-xfs/?tab=comments#comment-929089
  10. EDIT: So [loop2] is somehow related to PLEX docker. If I stop the Plex docker the writes stop. I'm using an added Template Repository (https://github.com/plexinc/pms-docker). Maybe I should try another docker and see if it still has the same issue?
  11. Sorry to harp on this topic. I'm using 6.8.3 and I'm seeing a lot of writes on my SSD cache drive. Usual setup with some of my shares using the cache (mover) and my docker containers on the cache. I only have three dockers Plex, Unifi and Krusader. I installed iotop and am seeing writes in the 1GB/15min. I'm currently doing a move and am going to stop the cache on my shares and see what that produces. My cache is btrfs should i convert it to xfs, I only have one drive? I could move to the beta if it solves this issue. I'll insert a pic of my iotop output. The move is
  12. The fix above worked great for me. Thank you for the post. I'm not sure if I did something wrong in the setup of the container? I looks like the Controller gave the wrong IP to the AP. It had my container IP 172.x.x.x not the correct 192.168.x.x of the unRaid server. Should the Unifi container be a Bridge or a Host under Network? EDIT: I was poking around the Unifi software and saw the below settings for "overide inform host" is this related? (see below image)
  13. I believe if you add the CA cert to the root CA store the browser will see it as a trusted CA. I did this on Pfsense and its still functioning in firefox. I've linked the walk-through below. That one was easier as you make a CA in Pfsense then exported the root CA cert and imported it into the firefox trusted CAs. https://www.ceos3c.com/pfsense/pfsense-generate-ssl-certificate-https-pfsense/
  14. I'm trying to add the unraid self-signed certs to firefox in the Certificate Manager and push all webui logins to https. I've found the SSL cert in the Flash Drive but its in PEM format. I'm still learning in this area. I thought I was looking for the CA cert to put into Firefox. The PEM format has both the private and public key. I think the browser only needs the public key part to verify the server SSL cert? I don't need to use my own certs but would like to add the CA cert to my browser so it recognizes my server page. where do i find the unraid CA cert or can I mod