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  1. Hi, I am used to backup "Data" to different rotating backups. Since I moved to unraid a month ago now I am aiming on automating this on unraid instead putting the backup hdd in my work pc and initiate backup script (calling different rsnapshot configs) and wait for the backups to run. The (otherwise fine) rsnypshot docker definetly does not cover my scenario ( https://forums.unraid.net/topic/97258-support-linuxserverio-rsnapshot/ ). On the input side I run different rsnapshot.config(s). Each of them used in different intervals, like: data (install, files, pictures) media (rarely changes so this one is done about every two month) serverdata (results of appData backup, unRAID VM Backup script and other archives) - this one doesen't contain so much differential data, so not the ideal candidate for rsnapshot, but for now part of this construct The output writes to rotating and different sized disks: Each rsnapshot.conf (i.e. rsnapshot-data.conf) looks for a target directory - exisiting or not on a mounted backup medium. If there is no target for "rsnapshot-media" the script will skip and the next, i.e. rsnapshot-media.config tries to find its directories: snapshot_root /mnt/disks/red8/rsnap-media/ no_create_root 1 Some disks are contain one or more of the above rsnapshot targets directories and the disks are mounted to the unraid server. Problem 1: "Unassigned devices" lets me mount disks, but creates for each attached disk (in my case never more than one disk at a time) a different (target) directory, based on the name of the disk. How can I mount changing disks (being attached to the same /dev/sdd ) to a same mount directory? (I could give all disks the same name, but this wouldn't be a nice solution). Problem 2: Since the plugin "User Scripts" does not work for the rsnapshots (they don't run through, even not using a background process) so I don't bother why and prefer running the rsnapshots using cron jobs. So I put the configs into /boot/custom/etc, but I can not make the script itself executable. As I understand this would be a place where such self- introduced extensions would last for updates of unraid ? What do I have to comply with?
  2. Don't know, if your question has been answered, so https://rdiff-backup.net/ states: ..."In August 2019 Eric Lavarde with the support of Otto Kekäläinen from Seravo and Patrik Dufresne from Minarca took over, completed the Python 3 rewrite and finally released rdiff-backup 2.0 in March 2020."
  3. tkx - googled and understood as "time the CPU could go on with jobs but is waiting for -in this case- harddisks to do their physical reading and writing business"
  4. I am wondering a liitle why while copying lots of music (within unraid) using mc on the shell the CPU load under the tab dashboard shows a combined CPU load of 70% (4 cores combined). Using System Stats the CPU load seems to be around 20%. at the same time. One thing is: Why do the two CPU infos differ that much and second: does the SATA driver (what ever does this in the kernel) have a poor performance, meaning burning lots of electricity while moving data? I copy via shell on unraid from SATA disk RAID (1 Parity + 1 DAta Disk) to a SATA mounted EXT4 HDD (attached to a, how do you say, internal "swap cage"). All devices are plugged to the onboard controller on Intel C246 Chipset. While not copying files the CPU load shown under tab dashboard varies typically between 8%-15%. Machine: ThinkSystem ST50, Processor: Xeon E2224G / Chipset Intel C246, 40GB RAM CPU load while copying files from RAID (1 HDD+1P) to SATA HDD
  5. Got the CPU usage down from 40%isht to less than 5%ish while running some gimmicks by excluding appdata domains system and especialy disabling Scan user shares (/mnt/user) in Folder Caching on 6.9.1. I have to admit that the plugin ran since HDD swap and cache rebuild, so a reboot might fixed the high CPU usage. Yet I prefer proper settings to a reboot.
  6. Fine: now updating the community applications works again
  7. German in germany here, getting on 6.9.1: plugin: updating: community.applications.plg Cleaning Up Old Versions Fixing pinned apps Setting up cron for background notifications plugin: downloading: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Squidly271/community.applications/master/archive/community.applications-2021.03.10-x86_64-1.txz ... failed (Invalid URL / Server error response) plugin: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Squidly271/community.applications/master/archive/community.applications-2021.03.10-x86_64-1.txz download failure (Invalid URL / Server error response) other than that (not updating the community plugin and, as I suppose others as well - checking for docker updates took really long) the system works fine. Can't ping but should ur be able to do so? Linux 5.10.21-Unraid. root@Unraid:~# ping https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ ping: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/: Name or service not known root@Unraid:~# ping https://heise.de ping: https://heise.de: Name or service not known
  8. My VMs lost my br0 in update 6.9.0 to 6.9.1 and setting the MTU & restart did the trick. unraid Cannot get interface MTU on 'br0': No such device