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  1. It was indeed a plugin apparently. Everything worked fine in safe mode. Because I couldn't do much of anything from the GUI, I had to manually remove plugins and reboot until it worked. Nonetheless, it's all good now. Thanks.
  2. I was running 6.11.5 ( I think). I don't go into the GUI very often and today I noticed the banner showed an update to 6.12.2 available. So I clicked on it and rebooted after the update was finished. After logging in, the GUI is messed up. The toolbar that is usually towards the top (dashboard, main, etc) is running down the left hand side. I can click on any of the toolbar items and that page loads, but I can't click in anything in a page. I tried clearing the cache and all data on my browser but that didn't help. It acts the same in either Chrome or Firefox. I can't click on diagnostics to post it. I have no way to do a clean shutdown to try and boot into safe mode. What can I do?
  3. That's the language DiskSpeed uses. My drives are connected to an LSI SAS controller. No RAID though.
  4. I didn't think so either. I was running the SpeedTest container trying to check the disk write speed issues and after the reboot, it kept throwing errors until I figured out I had to rescan the controller because the drive assignment had changed.
  5. After reboot, disk 4 changed from my 12TB drive to my 8TB drive. I didn't pay attention to the order of the rest to know if any others changed. Aside from that, I think I fixed my other issues. Things kept getting worse and many of my Docker containers starting running really slow and ultimately the Docker service wouldn't even start. I finally deleted my docker.img and rebuilt it and everything is running normally again. Not sure what happened, but that seems to have worked. I'll try rebooting tomorrow and check if the drive assignments stay the same since that has to be unrelated to Docker.
  6. I am really stumped here. All the sudden my drive started measuring fine. So I benchmarked all my drives and they all appear normal. Started playing around with Radarr trying to figure out why it won't import and noticing disk 4 and parity both having constant activity in the few hundred KB/s to a couple MB/s range. But both reading the same at the same time. Can't figure out why so I decide to stop the array. It hangs at "syncing file systems". After waiting a while I do a hard reset. Upon reboot disk4 has changed again. Radarr automatically starts importing the movie and it's moving along at a decent speed but then drops to super slow speeds. Info in Main shows disk4 and parity with about 2MB/s read/write speeds. Diagnostics attached. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
  7. Alo noticed my drives are rearranged after the power outage. The problem drive was disk 4 before, now it is disk8. sdj both times.
  8. How ironic... a power outage solved my 'how to stop the file copy' issue. My server is connected to a UPS that has always provided a graceful shutdown. This time it started doing a parity check upon restart. I am assuming that's because the file operation prevented a graceful shutdown? I really wish Unraid could force stop things like that and allow the rest of the system to shutdown gracefully. Anyway, it looks like a borked drive. I tried a few times to run a benchmark in DiskSpeed on the drive in question and it shows slower than expected speeds and then hangs at 90%. I tried to run a short SMART test in Unraid, and it too hangs at 90% I also ran hdparm on the drive and speeds are anemic (the drive is a HGST Ultrastar He12): root@Anton:~# for ((i=0;i<5;i++)) do hdparm -tT /dev/sdj; done /dev/sdj: Timing cached reads: 9138 MB in 2.00 seconds = 4570.61 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 54 MB in 3.23 seconds = 16.73 MB/sec /dev/sdj: Timing cached reads: 8934 MB in 2.00 seconds = 4468.75 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 78 MB in 3.10 seconds = 25.15 MB/sec /dev/sdj: Timing cached reads: 8296 MB in 2.00 seconds = 4149.87 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 66 MB in 4.23 seconds = 15.62 MB/sec /dev/sdj: Timing cached reads: 8346 MB in 2.00 seconds = 4175.11 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 84 MB in 3.67 seconds = 22.91 MB/sec /dev/sdj: Timing cached reads: 9542 MB in 2.00 seconds = 4773.07 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 150 MB in 3.30 seconds = 45.41 MB/sec
  9. Because the destination file size keeps growing very slowly. And in Unraid's main page the destination drive is showing a constant 200-600 KB/s write speed. I stopped the Radarr container but the file copy continues.
  10. Radarr initiated a file copy to my array and it has been going on for over 12 hours. I would like to cancel the copy and try to figure out what's going on. I tried looking under processes under tools, but I don;t recognoze anything as the copy. How can I interrupt this copy?
  11. Changing to the container port worked. I never considered that and that is the only container that I run where I changed the default port. Thanks so much! I thought I still needed the cname and the wildcard was just allowing any of my cnames through. So I can delete all my subdomain cnames on Cloudflare?
  12. I've had SWAG set up and running for a couple years now (back before it was SWAG) and it works great. I have to admit I don't totally understand everything (or even much) about it, but via tutorials and this forum, I was able to get everything working. I switched to a wildcard cert a year or so ago without much issue. But I am having an issue trying to allow for a new subdomain. I have had Radarr working all this time and I recently another instance to to handle 4K content. I thought this would be super easy. I went on to my Cloudflare dash and created a cname for radarr4k (the other is just radarr) and I copied my radarr site-conf, renamed it to radarr4k, replaced every instance of radarr inside with radarr4k and changes the port the port I use for radarr4k. I thought it would be as simple as that and just work, but I get a 502 error whenvever I try to go to Here is my radarr file: server { listen 443 ssl; server_name radarr.*; include /config/nginx/ssl.conf; client_max_body_size 0; location / { # auth_basic "Restricted"; # auth_basic_user_file /config/nginx/.htpasswd; include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; resolver valid=30s; set $upstream_radarr radarr; proxy_pass http://$upstream_radarr:7878; } } Here is my radarr4k file: server { listen 443 ssl; server_name radarr4k.*; include /config/nginx/ssl.conf; client_max_body_size 0; location / { # auth_basic "Restricted"; # auth_basic_user_file /config/nginx/.htpasswd; include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; resolver valid=30s; set $upstream_radarr4k radarr4k; proxy_pass http://$upstream_radarr4k:7879; } } Any ideas what I am doing wrong?
  13. Anyone know why the drive has to be rebuilt? Did the data get corrupted? So people with more than one (or 2 if they had dual parity) that went out at the same time lost data? That's pretty scary that something like that could happen just by upgrading Unraid versions!