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  1. Hi everyone. I have finally accepted the fact that it is time for me to upgrade my original 2013 build to a solution that supports more disks (16+). I am also completely ignorant to the current state of hardware and what is hot. The good thing is that I really only use Unraid for network storage and downloading. Part of me wants to stay with a tower to keep it small and pleasant to look at, but I am probably leaning towards a rack mount chassis that supports 16+ 3.5" drives. I would like recommendations on what to do with the old hardware. Anyone have ideas on how to use it in a ne
  2. I should have mentioned that I already tried another USB port (one integrated on the MB and one plugged in to the MB via an adapter) I also do not have any SATA ports free. I only have 14 slots and they are all filled. Really need to upgrade to a new case/SAS backplane. (That is also why I am running three other drives via USB ports)
  3. I had a new 12TB disk (attached via USB) fail on preclear twice now. I am on Unraid 6.9.0-beta25 with Unassigned Devices 2020.07.26b (Plus 2020.05.22). I also tried on Unraid 6.8.3 before upgrading to the new beta. Here is the disk log which is showing errors that I do not understand. Furthermore the errors seems to happen earlier before the webui notified me that the preclear had failed. I have precleared other USB disk drives multiple times before (> 6 months). However recently (< 1-2 months) I am having problems with other disks attached via USB (causing docker/system h
  4. The rcpbind log spamming with NFS shares has been brought up in other posts such as this Unfortunately, there is no way to stop these log messages that I know of currently. I have sent a message to the support email but have not heard back. I really don't understand why more people don't complain about the rcpbind spamming.
  5. A new diag is attached. A preclear using the Unassigned Devices plugin just failed for some reason.
  6. Could it possibly be a disk problem? I have three external hard drives running in a btrfs pool through Unassigned Devices. My system just froze again and I was unable to run diagnostics. I also noticed that my dockers using the Unassigned Devices btrfs pool were not working properly and the Unassigned Devices plugin UI was not displaying any info. I hard disconnected the external hard drives and everything returned to normal. Unsure if this was the cause of previous problems. Attached is the diags i just ran. EDIT: I w
  7. This problem has happened 5+ times now. Every time I am unable to get diagnostics. I am able to get the syslog, but it really only shows rcpbind messages from my NFS shares.
  8. I ran a MEMTEST for 18 hours with no errors. Still unsure what is causing these issues.
  9. Hiya, Unfortunately I have had some reoccurring "out of memory" problems with my server over the past few weeks. This time I was actually able to get some diagnostics output which I have attached. I had to run `diagnostics` from the command line which also gave errors. Starting diagnostics collection... Warning: file_put_contents(): Only 0 of 5 bytes written, possibly out of free disk space in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/scripts/diagnostics on line 80 Warning: file_put_contents(): Only 0 of 15 bytes written, possibly out of free disk space in /usr/local/emhttp/
  10. Again, Posting here because of more kernel OOM erros. This time I was unable to stop containers and the webui went down (nginx 500). Still unable to run diagnostics.
  11. My server just crashed for the second time due to memory errors. I am pointing my finger at this issue filling up the log and causing errors that I don't understand I was not able to download diagnostics (I am assuming some process was killed that it needed) but I was able to download the syslog. Happy to share it privately. Jun 18 21:40:37 MasterTower kernel: Timer-Scheduler invoked oom-killer: gfp_mask=0x6200ca(GFP_HIGHUSER_MOVABLE), nodemask=(null), order=0, oom_score_adj=0 Jun 18 21:40:37 MasterTower kernel: Timer-Scheduler cpuset=07777a87eab516b7cdc4926c695d190776b64ffb7b
  12. Hello, My file transfers to the array and within the array have been running suspiciously slow recently (20MB/s vs 80-90MB/s). There has also been increased CPU usage. I checked my logs and it appears there is a kernel memory warning, but I cannot discern any info beyond that. Diagnostics attached.
  13. Here is an example from my system. I had just rebooted so the syslog shouldn't be terribly long, but it should show the ridiculous number of rcpbind log messages.
  14. I am having the same problem with PIA. None of the endpoints are working for me. Had to set STRICT_PORT_FORWARD='no' to get PIA to work.
  15. Is there any reason Lidarr might be gobbling up memory and causing my server to freeze up? Twice now Lidarr has been associated with a process called `mono` using 3+GB (>30%) of MEM. Both times this caused my server to come to a standstill.