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  1. @mason MediaElch continues to crash also in 2.8.10
  2. I think there is a bug in the latest release. Sometimes when clicking on "reload all concerts", the containr crashes and stops. Didn't happen in the previous version. My settings - Logs - MediaElch 2021-05-03 19:07:43.092 DEBUG : [ConcertFileSearcher] Adding concert directory "/concerts" MediaElch 2021-05-03 19:07:43.094 DEBUG : Index is invalid [services.d] stopping services [services.d] stopping app... [services.d] stopping x11vnc... caught signal: 15 03/05/2021 19:07:43 deleted 50 tile_row polling images. 03/05/2021 19:07:43 Restored X
  3. https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/11150 It fails because qbittorrent doesn't have access to private trackers. I found a workaround - install the Jackett docker, then configure an indexer for the private tracker, then enable the Jackett search plugin in qbittorrent, search and download from there.
  4. I can't download torrents from their URLs. Nothing happens when I try to do that. I looked at the logs file and all I see is the following log - "Downloading '{someTorrentUrl}', please wait..." Happens also in linuxserver docker. Any idea? I'm using the default settings, only disabled the vpn and changed the port via the web ui.
  5. I can't download torrents from their URLs. Nothing happens when I try to do that. I looked at the logs file and all I see is the following log - "Downloading '{someTorrentUrl}', please wait..." Any idea?
  6. The migration process has been completed succefully! Thank you all for your help!
  7. When assigning the 14TB as parity, is it safe to reorder the data disks and change their current assingnments?
  8. Have you tried this? https://github.com/t-8ch/linux-gigabyte-wmi-driver I have the same model, considering whether to give it a try.
  9. Started the transfer using NFS + Krusader, speed seems good
  10. why can't I mount my qnap drives? I installed the Unassigned Devices plus plugin I'm getting this error - Mount of '/dev/sdb5' failed. Error message: mount: /mnt/disks/322: unknown filesystem type 'linux_raid_member'.
  11. If I use option #1 which is the fastest? Is it possible to track the progress from another session (web gui session / ssh session)?
  12. Thanks. One last question before starting the process - I see there is no file manager in unraid (I know that I can install). What is best option to copy the data? As I wrote before, I will mount the QNAP disks as unassigned drives, to copy the files directly and not over the LAN. It should be as fast as possioble, and I need also a way to see the progress, via the GUI if possible.
  13. Cool. I can also create this share via the web gui, right? And once I finish to copy all the content to this share, and reset the array (to assign the parity disk), would the share remain intact? Sorry for the questions, this is my first experience with unraid
  14. Good question, I already assigned the 14TB drive. So I guess I need to proceed this way. Anyway, the question is how to create the share that eventually will contains all data from the disks.
  15. If I move the two larger disks first, I will have enough space for one disk without the data need to go via the 14 TB. But the fourth drive will need to go via the 14 TB.
  16. But disk1 eventually will be assigned as partity, and building parity will completely over-write its content. So I can't create this share on disk1. Disk 1 (which is the 14 TB) is currently used just to transfer the files from existing QNAP disk, and then back to the same disk once added and formatted as data disk. After migrating all the disks, it will be assigned as parity.
  17. What would be best the way to copy the files? Eventually I want a media share with all the files. So I will create a Media share, and exclude the 14 TB (because it will be formatted as parity once the transfer is complete). When I copy the data to the 14 TB drive (labeled as disk1), of course it will be copied directly to mnt/disk1. But after each transfer from existing disk to the 14 TB disk, I will copy the files from mnt/disk1 to mnt/Media (which is a user share). Is that okay?
  18. Since I'm not using Raid in QNAP, I can simply install the drives as unassigned and copy them directly. QNAP uses linux file system so it should be possible.
  19. Thanks for the clarification, I'm new to Unraid 😊
  20. Here is my plan - 1. Create an array without a parity and add the new 14 TB as a data drive. 2. Copy the files from an existing drive, let's say HDD1, to the 14 TB drive. 3. Add the HDD1 to the array and format as a data drive. 4. Copy the HDD1's data from the 14 TB back to HDD1. 5. Repeat the process with the other drives. 6. Eventully, after assigning all the drives and transferring all the data to them, set the 14 TB as a parity + add the SSD as a cache. How does that sound? Would it work without damaging the drives or files? Is there a better appro
  21. Yes, I have. Most of the data is just media (bluray and dvd)
  22. 12 TB drive - 4.87 TB free 10 TB drive - 3.91 TB free 8 TB drive - 400 GB free 6 TB drive - 370GB free