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  1. Jaster

    (SOLVED) Crashing Server

    Once I had the diagnostics, I could fix it... easier than I tought. Thanks!
  2. Jaster

    (SOLVED) Crashing Server

    After running a VM, when I start streaming via Plex, unraid will crash... somehow. The Server disappears from the network, but I can still access it via the attached console. I have no idea how to get some more details using the command line. Could someone help please?
  3. I see the point, but 90% of the time moving is correct as the files are on the array. So creating that kind of overhead seems not correct and takes way longer. Maybe I could add a check if the file(s) are still on the cache? No idea if/how it is possible.
  4. Jaster

    (SOLVED) Self destructed config?

    Good point! Just have to keep in mind to reset the backups if you change the the assignments. Btw: is it save to change the 'drive numbering'. A while ago I was removing some drives and have now kind of spare numbers between the assigned once (like disks 2 and 4 are present, while 3 is missing). Of course I wouldn't change the parity...
  5. I have a share (lets call it Source) which is set to 'use cache: yes'. Once the mover runs, it is moved to the array. Sometimes I use scrips to move files around across shares; e.g. (mv /mnt/user/Source/foo.img /mnt/user/Destination/bar.img). Destination is set up not to use the cache, but if the script runs while the file is located on the cache, it will end creating a Folder called "Destination" on the cache and moving the file there. Resulting in an orphaned File How do I prevent that, or what kind of scripting do I have to use here?
  6. Jaster

    (SOLVED) Self destructed config?

    I like the Idea about the unassigned drive, but the CA Backup only allow one copy of the flash (at least I couldn't find anything to set multiple backups/history). You are getting me right with putting it on the drive itself; it might sound stupid, but I had a couple of failing falsh drives, however those were never unusable. Usually some config files are damaged, once you put the drive into a windows machen and repair, you can put back the config from a backup on the same drive.
  7. Jaster

    (Solved) Failing Disk - Next Steps

    I swapped the disk 9 port away from the controller to the main board and it returend. I did the same for disk 3 and also changed the sata cable, but still seem to have some crc errors. Just to be save, I started a parity check. Once its complete (~30h) I'll try to fetch the disk 1 smart data one more time. knowlage-diagnostics-20190110-1432.zip I also order a 9211-8i controller as I can see the difference not using my current one already just with the mainboard ports. Thanks for that one too!
  8. Jaster

    (SOLVED) Self destructed config?

    I could get it back from the storage, however libvirt.img was not recoverable, but thats not a big deal. Thank you very much for guiding me through that process! I could imagine keeping a config backup ON the flash could be a good idea; as it's usually recoverable through windows and then just restore the latest dump and you are good to go.... As I cought your attention... you are not to deep into VMs, right?
  9. Jaster

    (SOLVED) Self destructed config?

    From what I see, the ident.fg ist screwed up. That one is easy to fix. however the disk.cfg looks very different, no idea what to do there. The network.cfg is there, but its not used I assume as this config could never work on my network. What else do I need to dig into?
  10. Jaster

    (SOLVED) Self destructed config?

    The backup of the flash is on the Raid I did fix the disk, but the config seems default(y) I attached the folder (without the plugins) as a zip and also the latest diagnostics I had on my local machine. config.rar knowlage-diagnostics-20190109-1555.zip
  11. My server crashed. As I tried to boot it back up, I could not. I heared a POST beep and could see the Lan interface beeing used, but the server did not appear on the network. As it is running headless It took a while to get a screen to the place. Now when I got a picture, I was very suprised. It was saying "Login to Tower", but i renamed my server. Also the IP was a 169. while it should be a Class C. So I grabbed the Flash and found a newly generated ident.cfg with all the default values. What happened? Can I get my config back? I attached the last syslog, but It seems quite old. syslog-20190109-155216.txt
  12. Jaster

    (Solved) Failing Disk - Next Steps

    Its hard to catch, I asked for advice in the KVM section, but didn't get any response. Also google didn't bring up to much results - probably cuz I'm not sure what I am looking for. Thats my KVM crash Thread
  13. Jaster

    (Solved) Failing Disk - Next Steps

    My server keeps crashing on several Events. Usually connected to switching from VM to docker load or working a lot with VM (shutdowns/boots). All VMs run on the Cache, but the dockers access the Raid. Could those crashs be connected to the controller?
  14. Jaster

    (Solved) Failing Disk - Next Steps

    Disk 1 Extended Smart check runs for hours and then just timesout ('canceled by host'). So Broadcom will do..?
  15. Jaster

    (Solved) Failing Disk - Next Steps

    Yes. I do have issues with and AMD GPU. It seems to cause deadlock for the whole server. But I couldn't find any solution/advice so I had several unclean shutdowns. Will do. Running it. I'll post as soon as it's done... seems to take a while I wans't aware of any issues and had been running this controller for a bout 3 years (in a different setup). Do I need to stick to LSI or are JMicron or Broadcom acceptable aswell? The disk is gone after the reboot, I attached the diags after rebooting knowlage-diagnostics-20190109-1555.zip