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  1. This may or may not help. I recently upgraded from 6.8.3 to 6.9.1 and windows was extremely slow. I did the following: Opened Control Panel > Programs and Features > Turn Windows features on or off (upper left corner) (or just open windows and search for Features and it should show) Unchecked everything under "Hyper-V" (I Run Unraid with VMs, but I do not Run Unaid with VMs that Run VMs (nested VMs) so I do not need this feature) Checked the box "Windows Subsystem for Linux" I think this is referred to as WSL I also hear people refer to WSL2 but I currently do
  2. Ability to assign Alias Names to USB Devices, to allow for easier mapping or allocating of devices in VMS. If you have 2 or 3 keyboards, 2 or 3 mice, CD rive, USB security dongles, USB card readers, it can get a little confusing when you are trying to assign devices to VMS especially if some of them are made by the same manufacture. With the ability to assign aliases, this process would be a lot easier. If this already exists, I am not aware of it.
  3. I just checked the File Activity log and it appears to be working.
  4. I uninstalled and reinstalled the file activity plugin. I also made sure that flash\config\plugins\file.activity did not exist at the time of reinstall. After re-installation, I started file activity, but I do not see any logs or results, even after hitting refresh. Status shows as running. I did adjust my inotify value (from 524288 to 2524288) with tips and tweaks (thanks for the tips and tweaks plugin!) I can't figure out why do not get results with file activity. I attached the diagnostics. Thanks for any insight into this. tower2-d
  5. I am having the same issue. I have a share called "Main" that I created years ago and have had no problems accessing it until today. I attempted a reboot of my windows 10 machine, then the server and the win10 machine, and neither helped. I thought it was a SMB issue, but after some trouble shooting I realized that I could access some child folders and but not all child folders but I could not drill down from parent to child: I could access Main\Downloads\folder1 (I had to type it out or use an existing shortcut to the location) I could access Main\Downloads\folder
  6. Very Helpful Squid! Thanks. I first tried newperms on a particular share, but it did not seem to fix an issue I was having with some old backups that I am trying to purge. I ended up using chmod -R 0777 /mnt/user/SHARENAME There seems to be files that this does not work on. I have not completely narrowed it down, but it seems it is either extremely long file names, file names with special characters, or folders with special characters that the command is not working on (I thought it also had to do with files or folders that had spaces in them but
  7. Attempting to dig some more on this and get this working, I noticed in an error log something about certificate/s. Could my issue be related to SSL Certificates. It looks like there are a cert.crt, with cert.key file but it is under apache keys.
  8. Hey, I am struggling to get this going. Here is what I have: Unraid 6.3.5 Apache Web Server to serve up the VirtualBox GUI interface instead of using commandline phpVirtualBox GUI for virtualbox Virtualbox Unraid go script edited to change unraid GUI to port 81 /usr/local/sbin/emhttp -p 81 & Rebooted Apache is installed to /mnt/user/appdata/apache with Host port 1 set to 80 Host port 2 set to 443 phpVirtuabox phpvirtualbox-5.0-5 dwonloaded and unzipped to /mnt/cache/appdata/apache/ww
  9. Remove the volume mapping for /config -> /mnt/cache/appdata/crashplan-desktop. that conflicts with --volumes-from CrashPlan After removing the container and the image I tried again. This time I I did not change anything after hitting add. I left the volume mapping empty I left the port mapping the way it was (Container 3389 > host 3389) and I had left the --volumes-from CrashPlan in the Extra Parameters section. After hitting add I get the following: Command: root@localhost:# /usr/bin/docker run -d --name="CrashPlan-Desktop" --net="bridge" -e TZ="America/New_Yor
  10. I cannot seem to get CrashPlan-Desktop to install. When I first added the container I was thinking that I needed to do volume mapping. Then I saw ljm42 post Remove the volume mapping for /config -> /mnt/cache/appdata/crashplan-desktop. that conflicts with --volumes-from CrashPlan After removing the container and the image I tried again. This time I I did not change anything after hitting add. I left the volume mapping empty I left the port mapping the way it was (Container 3389 > host 3389) and I had left the --volumes-from CrashPlan in the Extra Paramete
  11. I took at look at your smart reports and you can see my comments below. The drive sizes of the drives included are as follows: sda - 750G sdb - 500G sdd - 500G sde - 750G sdf - 1T sdh - 500G Honestly, expect the 1T drive, I'd recommend retiring the lot of them and replacing with a new 3T that can be had for less than $100. These are all getting rather old, and with so much larger drives available economically, it may be something to consider. But that is me. If these drive sizes are working for you, I do believe at least some of them have some life left. Many of
  12. Thanks Bjp999 I appreciate you taking the time to reply. The information you provided was very helpful. I am going to run more preclears on the drives you suggested. I will let you know what happens. Thanks, Albin Same as sdb. 114, although a bit large, its not a big deal if the reallocations don't increase. It is surprising (but good) that it went a whole preclear cycle with no new ones. 4 sde == ST3750640NS 5QD0ELXR == Disk /dev/sde has been successfully precleared == with a starting sector of 63 =====================================================
  13. I decided to do a fresh install of unRAID. I figured I would move my data off the server and preclear all the drives. I was hoping for some input as to which drives I should consider retiring. I did preclear most of these at the same time. Any input wold be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Albin 1 sda ================================================================== 1.15 = unRAID server Pre-Clear disk /dev/sda = cycle 1 of 1, partition start on sector 63 = Disk Pre-Clear-Read completed DONE = Step 1 of 10 - Copying zer
  14. Very Help! Thanks. I just upgraded from 5.0 to 6.0.1 and tried to install the Community Applications Plugin and got the following: plugin: installing: plugin: downloading plugin: downloading: ... done Warning: simplexml_load_file(): /tmp/plugins/community.appli
  15. Worked for me also! I was upgrading from 5.0 to 6.0.1 and could not get the array to start. After removing startState="" the array started with no problem. Thanks for the help! Albin
  16. I am attempting to use Intel's CPU Feature list to narrow down the list of CPUs that would be most optimal for UNRAID 6 and unRAID 6.0-beta15 and potentially future releases. Some of the listed Features are confusing. I am not sure if they are needed or need to be avoided for an unraid build. My goal is take advantage of UnRaids support of KVM QEMU and OVMF/UEFI. I see some sites talk about needing to disable TXT or Trusted Execution Technology. In the Intel features selection criteria you can select YES or No for TXT. This is just one of the features that I really do not know if
  17. Thanks for the tips.... With the Onboard eth0 port (no ide card) or With the IDE Card and the Onboard port off I got the same results ifconfig Results: Link encap:Local Loopback inet addr: Mask: UP LOOPBACK RUNNING MTU:16436 Metric:1 RX packets:8 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0 TX packets:8 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0 collisions:0 txqueuelen:0 RX bytes:560 (560.0 B) TX bytes:0 (560.0 B) ethtool -S cannot get driver information no such device ethtool -t cannot get driver information no such dev
  18. I have a test tower, that was running, and had an IP address. I now do not have an IP address. The tower is a Dell Dimension 8250 To boot to the URAID flash drive I use a CD with "Plop Boot Manager" on it which works great. (the bios for this tower does not seem to support USB booting) I do not have PLOP installed to any part of any drive (it is on a CD, so I have my bios to boot to a CD then when PLOP comes up I tell it to boot to the USB) (Eventually I would like to see if I can install PLOP to a drive outside the array so this process is more automated) Please keep in mind
  19. Can someone move this Topic and related replies to: Lime Technology - unRAID Server Community » General » General Support With a Subject of: "Understanding Permissions and Using Windows Credentials to Log into Network Shares" (or some appropriate subject) Thanks Sorry about that I incorrectly assumed what public, secure, private stood for. I found the following which straightened me out: It appears that I do not have to enter log in credentials if my User Name and password that I use for logging into windows vista match the user name and password for an
  20. I was not going to place this in this topic, but after working through it, I feel it may very well be version related. Could be that it is something that many are already aware of, but I could not find it laid out like this. I am running 5.0-rc11 and the "new permissions" utility was completed. Note: I have another tower on the same network running 4.7 (not sure if this plays into things, but felt I should mention it seeing that I access that tower from my windows computer with different user credentials) General Topic (Public users have read access to secure shares, and users wi
  21. Joe, Thanks for confirming the steps on this. I did run reiserfsck --rebuild-tree /dev/md1 Last few lines of out put: Flushing..finished Objects without names 810 Dirs linked to /lost+found: 12 Dirs without stat data found 1 Files linked to /lost+found 798 Pass 4 - finished done 1, 0 /sec Deleted unreachable items 1 Flushing..finished Syncing..finished ########### reiserfsck finished at Mon Feb 4 10:04:43 2013 Full copy attached I see where it suggest replacing the bad drive. Is it safe to assu
  22. Keep it like it is. Your configuration is valid. When you removed super.dat before you made it forget all about your configuration and so it saw everything as new disks. Now you are back to normal. There is a link in the first post of this thread with the release notes. See the section labeled All previous 5.0-beta and 5.0-rc versions including 5.0-rc8a Specifically, you need to run the the New Permissions Utility. It will take a while. Don't close the browser window until it completes. I did run the New Permissions utility when I went from 4.7 to 5.0-beta12 but it seemed
  23. I am getting a REISERFS error, in my syslog. Similar to this post: see attached and below log: Feb 2 23:17:42 Tower2 kernel: REISERFS warning: reiserfs-5083 is_leaf: wrong item type for item *3.5*[609350 612214 0x1 UNKNOWN], item_len 480, item_location 3356, free_space(entry_count) 65535 Feb 2 23:17:42 Tower2 kernel: REISERFS error (device md1): vs-5150 search_by_key: invalid format found in block 234783706. Fsck? So I took Joe L. suggestion and went to: (thanks Joe)
  24. I did not try using the hard assigned IP address of my tower. Glad to know that is an option. I think I will keep mine pointed to tower opposed to the ip address. I do not see changing the IP address, but I think there is a greater chance of me changing the IP address than there is a chance of me changing the server name. I just set "tower" to point to: And set "tower2" to point to: tower (I am guessing these are helpful if "tower" is down) (I am guessing these are helpful