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  1. downgraded to 6.8.3, no issues (other than had to reformat cache drive becauso of that pool setting in 6.9). @SmokeyOdin: what version are you on?
  2. downgraded to 6.8.3. but left my config folder as is. had to reformat cache drive because of the pool and recreate my docker (docker.img was on cache only, appdata is still there fortunately). no issues so far.
  3. that you said it could be solved without starting over ;). now i did start over, i backed my flash drive up, formatted it, overwrote it with the contents of a freshly downloaded 6.8.3 zip, restored all my configs from the backup config folder and the super.dat (thanks for that, i would not have thought about that file!) then i had to reformat my cache drive, because of that pool thing in 6.9 and recreated all my dockers (was cache only, but as the appdata is on array, no trouble). for now, the system is behaving like i was used to before 6.9. quick starts, i can stop the array (yay!) and view/edit my vms. it will be a long time before i upgrade to 6.9 again...
  4. i apreciate you taking the time to answer, but unfortunately its not that simple. if it were the adblocker you would not see server side logs of an error/timeout i would think. still, i tested it because i am clinging to every straw at this moment and as suspected, no change in behavior.
  5. i posted my diagnostics in 2 seperate topics already and nobody was able to help. so i would like to bet you 10 bucks youre wrong :D. in case you want to try, here are diagnostics: https://forums.unraid.net/applications/core/interface/file/attachment.php?id=121308
  6. My System i messed up. It takes forever to come up with the nginx webgui (about 10 to 15 minutes until the login to console is available i can finally see nginx starting in the syslog), my VM Tab does not open, i cant manually stop my array or have a clean reboot/shutdown. when i stop the vm service i cant restart it, because the unmount of libvirt img is bad and so on. so i want to start over (already after 1 month of using it - personally i dont think 6.9 is a good release) but i dont want to lose my data and if possible, my vm and docker configurations. are there any ideas/guides how i can create a fresh install but keep data/docker/vms? if possible, i would like to reuse my flash because i dont want to have to transfer my license key already...
  7. i have the same thing. created a bug report here: . feel free to add your issue there, maybe then it gets some attention. should you figure it out on your own, please let me know. i am this close from starting from scratch on an 6.8 version...
  8. sorry i forgot, please find it attached... hp-diagnostics-20210721-2051.zip
  9. extract the zip to a flash drive and execute makebootable.bat. should work imo.
  10. Whenever I try to load the VM tab, the System timeouts: Jul 21 08:08:20 HP nginx: 2021/07/21 08:08:20 [error] 4948#4948: *177148 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading upstream, client: 192.168.0.100, server: , request: "GET /VMs HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "192.168.0.200", referrer: "http://192.168.0.200/Dashboard" Reproducable without Plugins (safe mode), docker or anything else. The VMs start on autostart and i can control them on the dashboard (start/stop), but i can not add a new VM or add an existing one (editing from dashboard leads to timeout-page where i can only see the icon of the vm) When i change the libvirt.img to a new file (so no VMs) i can access the page, but then when i click on new VM this page hangs (just like editing an existing one). I would think it has to do with IOMMU, because i forwarded a intel network adapter (seperate card). However, this worked fine until a few days ago, now i also cant access IOMMU in system devices (also timeout). Had almost the same configuration on the latest 6.8 branch and no issues there, albeit with the "hacky" IOMMU way instead of the fancy new GUI.
  11. little update after a day of going nowhere: i can eliminate libvrt.img issues. even with a new file i get the tab to load, but then it hangs on vm creation (only icon is shown, then timeout again). also while trying this i noticed that the unmount process does not seem clean. that might also be the reason why i cant reboot cleanly. it always hangs on terminal "rebooting." and then i have to cut the power. Jul 19 21:38:11 HP emhttpd: shcmd (1426): /usr/local/sbin/mount_image '/mnt/user/system/libvirt/libvirt.img' /etc/libvirt 2 Jul 19 21:38:11 HP root: mount: /etc/libvirt: mount(2) system call failed: File exists. Jul 19 21:38:11 HP root: mount error i have to delete /etc/libvirt (is empty) and mkdir /etc/libvirt to get vm service to start up again. my nginx starts also very, very late. about 10 minutes after i can ssh into the machine. seems strange to me, but maybe its just something i havent paid much attention to as i never had to reboot unraid that often. very frustrating stuff... can anybody help me how i can see what the upstream sock would do so that i can look into that further? request: "GET /VMs HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "hp.local" i think it has something to do with the passed through network card, as the iommu groups also dont show up on the sysdev page: Jul 19 22:04:48 HP nginx: 2021/07/19 22:04:48 [error] 7005#7005: *36174 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading response header from upstream, client: 192.168.0.169, server: , request: "POST /webGui/include/SysDevs.php HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock", host: "hp.local", referrer: "http://hp.local/Tools/SysDevs" Jul 19 22:04:52 HP nginx: 2021/07/19 22:04:52 [error] 7005#7005: *36144 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading upstream, client: 192.168.0.169, server: , request: "POST /webGui/include/SysDevs.php HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "hp.local", referrer: "http://hp.local/Tools/SysDevs" or is there any way to "clean install" the libvirt (and maybe nginx) packages? any other pointers that i could check out?
  12. its a bit of a stretch since this topic is a few years old, but i managed to stuble upon it while having the same issue, just only with the vm tab. did you solve this and remember how by any chance?
  13. As the title says, i cant open my vm tab anymore. No config changes lately that i can remember. tried rebooting to no avail. I see Jul 19 11:36:57 HP nginx: 2021/07/19 11:36:57 [error] 7158#7158: *26475 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading upstream, client: 192.168.0.100, server: , request: "GET /VMs HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "hp.local", referrer: "http://hp.local/Apps" in the logs when i try. All other tabs work fine. I can start the VMs via the dashboard and they run. The also autostart on Reboot. What is a little interesting: when i disable vms and try to reenable, i cant because libvrt.img is in use. i have to stop docker, start vm service and then start docker to work. diagnostics is attached. any help would be greatly apreciated, i have googled for hours without any help. i think my problem is very specific... hp-diagnostics-20210719-0751.zip
  14. thanks for this topic. have the same issue, only works with safari on my mac, none of my windows browsers work. very strange behaviour, wouldnt have figured that out myself and blamed it on the programmers.
  15. any idea why i have those timeouts in my log? i cant access the remotely mounted shares and free space is 0 in the ud plugin, but the other server is online... randomly times out after some time, never longer than an hour. cant unmount as well, although that might be because there is a rsync running as i am using the remote shares for automatic backups.