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  1. Thanks! But, I had to get it ordered to get here quickly. I went with a Seagate IronWolf 8TB. A little better price and delivery time. It's 7200 rpm, so maybe that will give a little better performance. Probably not noticeable, though. Anyway, hopefully it lasts awhile. Rebuilding parity now. After about 15 minutes, running at 122MB/s with a estimate of 18hrs to finish.
  2. No luck with the cable. When I booted I could hear one of the drives grinding and stopping. Unplugged it and that noise went away. Seems like a truly dead drive. Except for one, my other drives are also WD Red ERFX. I see those in a lot of setups. Should I still trust them and get another one or is there a consensus on a better drive for unRaid?
  3. After reboot, parity is unassigned and the drive formerly know as parity is not visible. I'm going to shut it down and switch out the sata cable, maybe I get lucky. I checked warranty status and, of course, it is out of warranty (since 8/2019). unraid5-diagnostics-20210105-1422.zip
  4. Well, this just happened. I did parity check a couple of days ago with no errors. System is still running, but no parity is obvs not good. What should be my first step? Reboot and hope it works until I can get a replacement disk? Thanks Partial log file when it happened. Full diagnostics attached. unraid5-diagnostics-20210105-1319.zip
  5. Back in April I started getting emails from this plugin. hugenbdd replied with a fix that worked. Here's a link to my post, followed by his replies. Well, the emails are back. They're address to root with a bcc to my gmail address. The subject line (cron for user root /usr/local/sbin/mover force 2>/dev/null) is the same, but the content is a little different: It's been doing this for awhile. I'm a little surprised no one else has posted about it. I must have something setup different than others. Any ideas?
  6. I'm having issues, too. Recordings from HDHomerun (*.ts files) give a playback error (No compatible streams available). Emby is set to use quicksync, but in Settings, Transcoding, switching to Advanced doesn't show any hardware encoders/decoders available. I rolled back to linuxserver/emby:, as suggested above. Hardware shows back up and recordings play again.
  7. Ok, thanks! So is there a way to tell if Sonarr is going through the vpn or not?
  8. I've been struggling with this too. I downloaded the strong files and dropped them in (Toronto). Before editing the opvn file, I restarted just to test and it worked! My problem now is that Sonarr isn't going through the proxy. I tested this by opening the console and typing curl ifconfig.io and get my IP from my ISP. Doing the same with SAB's docker I get an IP in Toronto. If I change my browser to use the proxy it works. Any idea why? Thanks
  9. Well, I guess running it for the past 20 hours was a bit of a waste of energy! One other thing I forgot to ask about...When I plug a network cable into the IPMI LAN socket, nothing happens. The activity lights don't light up and it doesn't get an IP address. If I plug into one of the other LANs, it works and IMPI works. I looked through the BIOS, but didn't find a setting I thought would help. Did I miss something? Or is that port maybe not working? Thanks!
  10. I've finally have this setup in a test server. I've flashed the BIOS to L2.21A that was provided a couple of pages back. Only BIOS setting I changed was to Onboard graphics. Is there anything else that needs changing? Did anyone run memtest86+? Since it's ECC, do I need to change any settings for it to be effective? I guess I'm wondering how ECC plays into this test.
  11. Thanks, Hoop and wreck (BTW, I'm a BSIE '92, Go Jackets!). The iGPU is important, so the SM bundle is out. I do use Emby and it currently has access to the 1 GPU in the system. I definitely want a GPU for Emby and another for VMs, so an iGPU is important and probably the easiest way to go.
  12. So, I think it's time to upgrade my 7-year old server. Currently running an E3-1230v3 on a Supermicro X10SL7-F with 16GB of ECC memory. I was late to upgrading to v6, but, boy! has it increased my usage of the server. That increased usage, though is exposing the limitation of my cores and memory. Unfortunately, I don't think I can upgrade the processor to anything with more cores, just more MHz. So, this bundles looks pretty good. Two questions: 1. I want to add a gaming VM, would this be a good start to that? I'd think so, but is there anything I'm missing in differences between
  13. Sorry for delay, but I just did this. I'm not super linux-fluent, but I think I did it right. I updated cron job to run now. I think it did, as my used space on the cache went down. I didn't get an email. I also see there is an update available. I assume this includes the changes in the this file and I can update like normal? Thanks
  14. Hello, I've been running this since it came out, but the last couple of days, I'm getting an email about the cron job. Not sure why. Any idea? Subject: cron for user root /usr/local/sbin/mover force 2>/dev/null No Size Argument Supplied Share: /mnt/cache/Backups/ Doing Find for Age Only Age 5 Share: /mnt/cache/Downloads/ Doing Find for Age Only Age 5 Share: /mnt/cache/TV/ Doing Find for Age Only Age 5 Share: /mnt/cache/appdata/ Share: /mnt/cache/domains/ Share: /mnt/cache/system/
  15. I'm installing and using this for the first time and have a question. You've talked about a breaking change to the file structure. Since I have no existing backups is there a way use this new structure from the start? Or is it not implemented yet? Also, I want to use compression, so is Zstandard the recommended setting? Thanks!