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  1. Hey guys, been away awhile as I wanted ZFS. I saw in the release notes it speaks about pools. Does this mean that you can pool drives to make like 2 or 3 pools so that you get better throughput when transferring data? Or doing massive uploads that are larger than cache? Just wondering if there is a bit more info on this part? Sorry I havent read all 5 pages.
  2. Thanks man. Sorry stupid question, but if I install the drives, and then click new config, that option wont wipe drives, they just remove the assignments. I'll then add the drives to their newly assigned positions and add my encryption key and boom, all data should be there and a parity rebuilt would start.
  3. So backup unraid box is empty. So I did have test drives in there, so I'll do the new config, add my existing drives 'WITH' data. That'll work right?
  4. So I have a backup unRAID server. I want to take 4 drives out of my main server and move them into this backup box. Thing is tho, these drives are encrypted. Can I move them and then just unlock with the encryption key I set on the main server?
  5. I found in the logs of NextCloud it says: ClamAV module is not in daemon mode. I made some changes and put ClamAV on the same proxynet as NextCloud and now I'm getting these messages: Failed to write a chunk. Check if Stream Length matches StreamMaxLength in ClamAV daemon settings Not Checked. No matching rules. Please check antivirus rules. File: 1070Account: xx Path: /xx/files/Documents/xx/xx.doc
  6. Hi all, So I have this working but really want to get CloudFlare to work with Proxies. I have it working without the Proxies, just as DNS and its working fine. I have it set like so: So A record to my WAN IP, then CNAME subdomains for each thing I want. I also have LetsEncrypt set as DNS verification challenge and its working using wildcard. I have ports forwarded from my router for 1443 and 180 and all good there too. BUT my question is! 1) Can I remove said ports as its doing DNS verification or just the 180 (80) one? 2) Is there a way I can get the Proxy status to work, as every time I set it as Proxy I cannot access anything remotely? Thanks
  7. So after getting Nextcloud setup yesterday my logs are FULL of this: Jan 27 02:00:34 unRAID root: /mnt/disks/Samsung_SSD_860_EVO_250GB_S3YJNX1K625528K: 227.9 GiB (244635656192 bytes) trimmed on /dev/sdh1 Jan 27 02:00:34 unRAID root: /mnt/cache: 1.7 TiB (1884491694080 bytes) trimmed on /dev/sdf1 Jan 27 03:03:01 unRAID kernel: mdcmd (122): spindown 2 Jan 27 03:03:05 unRAID nginx: 2020/01/27 03:03:05 [alert] 6499#6499: worker process 6500 exited on signal 6 Jan 27 03:03:07 unRAID nginx: 2020/01/27 03:03:07 [alert] 6499#6499: worker process 29458 exited on signal 6 Jan 27 03:03:09 unRAID nginx: 2020/01/27 03:03:09 [alert] 6499#6499: worker process 29461 exited on signal 6 Jan 27 03:03:11 unRAID nginx: 2020/01/27 03:03:11 [alert] 6499#6499: worker process 29466 exited on signal 6 Jan 27 03:03:13 unRAID nginx: 2020/01/27 03:03:13 [alert] 6499#6499: worker process 29475 exited on signal 6 Jan 27 03:03:15 unRAID nginx: 2020/01/27 03:03:15 [alert] 6499#6499: worker process 29478 exited on signal 6 Jan 27 03:03:17 unRAID nginx: 2020/01/27 03:03:17 [alert] 6499#6499: worker process 29618 exited on signal 6 Jan 27 03:03:19 unRAID nginx: 2020/01/27 03:03:19 [alert] 6499#6499: worker process 29621 exited on signal 6 It continues from 3am all the way to 7:43am after the first drive spun down. Is this to be expected?
  8. Aye I'm aware. But with NextCloud you can add a AV plugin and it scans files as they are uploaded. I wanted to use this feature but it requires ClamAV, which I am now running in a docker. I've seen some people use the docker from NC to run these scans but I cant figure it out.
  9. Is there a way I can get Nextcloud to use this docker? I downloaded the AV app for NC and put in my server IP. I also used port 3310. I added a new port to the ClamAV docker. Set NC to Daemon and unraid IP with port 3310. Copied some test viruses and nothing, it doesnt even budge! Am I missing something somewhere?
  10. Wondering if someone can help. I just setup a new clean install of MariaDB and NextCloud with LetsEncrypt. I've got this in the Settings -> Overview tab, I tried to look and ran out of pages to search. I did manage to find out how to do the BigINT conversion which I did. There are some warnings regarding your setup. The reverse proxy header configuration is incorrect, or you are accessing Nextcloud from a trusted proxy. If not, this is a security issue and can allow an attacker to spoof their IP address as visible to the Nextcloud. Further information can be found in the documentation. The "Strict-Transport-Security" HTTP header is not set to at least "15552000" seconds. For enhanced security, it is recommended to enable HSTS as described in the security tips ↗. The database is missing some indexes. Due to the fact that adding indexes on big tables could take some time they were not added automatically. By running "occ db:add-missing-indices" those missing indexes could be added manually while the instance keeps running. Once the indexes are added queries to those tables are usually much faster. Missing index "calendarobject_calid_index" in table "oc_calendarobjects_props". Missing index "schedulobj_principuri_index" in table "oc_schedulingobjects". Sorry to be a noob but can someone walk me through how to fix the above?
  11. Hi all. Is there a way to get proxies to work with cloudflare and letsencrypt on unRAID? I have my domains set to dns and it’s working, but when I change to proxy it dies. I have a record for root pointing to my IP. Then CNAMES for each sub-domain pointing to the main domain name. I also tried just using a records for each sub domain and same thing. I can’t get proxies to work. Is there a way?
  12. @aptalca Cloudflare has been set to DNS only on each A record, unless there is somewhere else? Also Port Forwarding shouldnt matter as its doing DNS verification. Or do I still need to port forward 80 and 443 to unRAID? With DNS I thought it wouldnt need the ports anymore, and as you can see from the logs its kinda working? Ok re-enabled my port forwarding and I think its working... derp Also wouldnt using the Cloudflare proxy be of benefit?
  13. Hi guys So I setup letsencrypt last night. My domains are pointing to cloudflare and then I have my sub domains as A Records. Now I used DNS as verification and put my cloudflare api key into letsencrypt. And when I check the logs it says Server Ready. I then renamed the config files for sonar.sub-domain.conf-sample and removed the sample. Same for radarr and nzbget and some others. Restarted letsencrypt and the entire server no dice. I just get a cloudflare host is unavailable. Is there something specific I need to do to use cloudflare with my sub domains? Ps all my dockers are from linuxserver.io Is there some specific setup I need to do when using Cloudflare for my sub domains using A Records? I see people always mention CNAME. I have a static IP at home so I dont need DuckDNS. I keep getting Error 522 Connection Timed Out, Host Error from Cloudflare. Thanks Docker Log: https://pastebin.com/mPqxRFrq