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  1. SMB issues again. All working fine until I changed cache sharing set-up to share cache drive as SMB/Private. Now all attempts to access the array via SMB are faced with: Mar 23 08:42:30 Vault smbd[27421]: make_connection_snum: canonicalize_connect_path failed for service MailArchive, path /mnt/user/MailArchive Thanks, Rick
  2. I was forced to delete the VM in question completely while keeping the disk and then set it back up again using the existing disk. There was something amiss with the XML file config (I hadn't edited it).
  3. Not sure about the docker issue but NVME drives run significantly hotter than normal SSD. I have researched the nominal/overtemp for these (I have Samsung also) and it is safe to just raise the warning temp for each NVME.
  4. I have a windows 10 VM that all of a sudden fails to start VNC (QXL) with error: qxl_send_events: spice-server bug: guest stopped, ignoring I am at a loss as to how to fix this, does anyone have any ideas?
  5. I copied all of the data away from my cache drive (NVME) and then unassigned the drive and used unassigned devices to clear the existing partition and then format the drive as XFS-Encrypted. However, when I reassign the drive and start the array it reports "Unmountable: Encrypted volume present" and refuses to mount the drive. The drive password is the same as my other encrypted array drives. Am I missing something here? Can we not encrypt the cache drive or did I just go about this the wrong way? I am on 6.10.0-rc2. Thanks
  6. Issue: Share settings / Excluded disks setting is not working without array restart. Example: If I have a backup share and have nothing checked in either included disks (all) or Excluded disks (none) it works as intended. Files are written to disk 12 as it has most free space. However, if I change Excluded disks to Disk 12 and write to the share, given that disk 12 still has the most free space and allocation is set to Most-free it will still write new files to Disk 12. An array restart solves this problem.
  7. I lost a 6TB drive in my array and have been following the procedure to shrink array before my 2 new 12TB drives arrive (one as standby backup in case this happens again). This includes moving all files from the (emulated) drive to other drives in the array via unBalancer/Scatter as well as moving some to a USB disk until this process is done. I would like to upgrade parity with 12TB and place the original parity drive in the array as well. I was going to perform a multi-step process - shrink array first, recalc parity. then replace parity, recalc again, then add a new drive (10TB old parity). With new config can I not do all this at once given that I have moved all of the files from the failed 6TB drive already on to other array disks / external drive? I.E. When the new drive comes in I stop the array, set array to not auto start, power down and remove failed 6TB. Replace this with 12TB new parity. Boot server select tools/new config (retain current) and then assign the drives appropriately and let parity recalc? Let me know if I am nuts with this plan. Rick
  8. For some reason I cannot get the miner to start. It looks like it will but after the * CUDA disabled line is displayed it never starts mining and nothing more appears in the log. I am at a loss as to what is going on and I have read every page of the support forum. Anyone have any ideas?
  9. I am using this board and it is working out very well so far. About 2 weeks into my transition to the new Unraid server using the new MB (had a week plus of vacation in there too). I am using both the 6 on board SATA ports and a Rosewill 4 port PCI-X card. That gives me 10 drive slots (and I have room for one more PCI-X card as I have another slot to use). The card is below and it works verty well (I am using the latest 4.5 beta but I think it works in the 4.4 build as well - might want to verify). http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816132018 Seeing 110+ MB/s on pre-clears with both the MB SATA and the PCI-X card. I have an AMD Sempron 2.7 on the motherboard with 2GB ram. Supermicro 3 to 5 drive cages. Rick
  10. Got mine yesterday, paid 144 each for 2. Just noticed the rebate. Insane deal at 114 for a 2 TB quality drive. So far so good on my pre-clear of these. Rick