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  1. It is disabled by default. Logic says yes, but bonding introduces lots of room for problems if its not configured properly. I had to help a friend troubleshoot their UnRAID server the other day and we had to use the unraid-gui boot option to actually be able to login to the web interface and see what network setting was preventing his server from working properly. You might give this a try.
  2. I think the config looks clean (from what I can tell). Maybe its something in the bond0 config that is making the network connection to it unstable or undesirable.
  3. Invoke mover by typing mover. Sent from a small phone with phat phingers
  4. What does the console say? Can you ssh into it? What are the last 100 lines from syslog? Sent from a small phone with phat phingers
  5. TQ

    [Support] ClamAV

    Latest version has the option to run UID/GID to address this behavior. I'm not sure if it ever got updated in CA. @Squid can you verify? I should have fixed the invalid xml.
  6. Absolutely! Let’s keep our arrays virus free! Sent from a small phone with phat phingers
  7. Or the disk is toast. Sent from a small phone with phat phingers
  8. Good luck! Sent from a small phone with phat phingers
  9. You should be able to do that and it will update to the latest version. Sent from a small phone with phat phingers
  10. Progress! Sent from a small phone with phat phingers
  11. Maybe validate that with a memtest as well. Sent from a small phone with phat phingers
  12. Gotcha. I misread that. Sounds legit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Looks to be in D1 slot. Refer to mobo docs to determine which that is. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Seems like you should try to remove CPU 2 and see if it will boot clean. I wouldn’t recommend mixing and matching CPUs Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Something definitely read-only. Unraid (and many Linux OS) protects itself by doing this Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk