numerica

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  1. OK, I fixed the br3 DHCP issue and the samba election issue. What I noticed from the logs is this: Every once in a while, I don't know what it is or what it means, I get this in the logs : May 1 05:23:47 Azat-NAS kernel: hpsa 0000:03:00.0: scsi 8:0:3:0: resetting physical Direct-Access ATA Samsung SSD 860 PHYS DRV SSDSmartPathCap- En- Exp=1 May 1 05:23:59 Azat-NAS kernel: hpsa 0000:03:00.0: device is ready. May 1 05:23:59 Azat-NAS kernel: hpsa 0000:03:00.0: scsi 8:0:3:0: reset physical completed successfully Direct-Access ATA Samsung SSD 860 PHY
  2. Try to look in the BIOS for something like "Legacy USB" and enable/disable it and see if that works.
  3. I have posted a topic about it freezing before and I was instructed to keep a syslog going. Please find attached last 500 lines of the log. The freeze happened at ~17:11. My previous topic can be found here. I sure would like to get this resolved. freeze.log
  4. Today, at around 23:20 EDT my unRAID OS locked up for the third time since I upgraded to 6.9.1 from 6.8.3 on March 14th, I believe. This did not happen on 6.8.3, that was rock solid. The first time was on April 1st at 02:00 EDT and second time was on April 4th at around 21:40 EDT. I blamed it on a docker instance, so I shut it down. Everything was operating smoothly until today when it happened again. The server was running 2 VMs at the time, one using 8 threads, another using 4. Please see the following list of attachments: "unraid1.PNG" for a scre
  5. The way I have been determining it is by knowing what the box sounds like without mechanical drives and with. After putting the drives on stand-by, I see no reduction in noise.
  6. /dev/sdf: SEAGATE ST3000NM0023 0003 Additional sense: Standby condition activated by command That's the output. Thanks for helping!
  7. Hey Doron, Thank you for taking the time and making this plugin. I'm sorry if you've already answered this a million times. I've tried to look through the thread, but it's difficult to follow along. I have HP H240 HBA and Constellation ES.3 ST3000NM0023 drives. I have been following this plugin since you've released it last year and I know that ES.3s were a problem. I cried a little and then figured I'll be patient and see if there are any fixes in the future 😭😉 In 6.8.3 unRAID would never even pretend that the drives were spun down and in the log I would get
  8. OK, long story short, I tried the old USB drive in a bunch of different ports on other computers until it worked. I then copied the config folder over to a new unraid flash drive. It's doing a parity check now, so I think things are going to be OK. Thanks for the help.
  9. I've had unraid 6.8.3 set up and working for quite some time and everything was fine. I went on the Web UI and clicked Apps and it said something along the lines of "FATAL FLASH DRIVE ERROR". I rebooted the server and the Web UI is not working. The server is still on the same IP address as before, but when I try to access it I get a "ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED". I am able to access the GUI mode, but when I try to access the Web UI from there, I am unable to do so. `localhost` server does not seem to be running. I checked `nginx` in terminal and it gave me an error r