gubbgnutten

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  1. Updated diagnostics to reflect the current situation would be great. 700GB free is not really interesting, we need to know the free space of the individual drives contributing to the 700. Which share are you copying the file to? Where do you actually see the error? What's the exact wording? Do you get the error immediately or halfway through the transfer? Is the "over 140GB" a single file? BTW, you should set the minimum free space to a value larger than the largest file you are going to write to the user share. unRAID does not know how large a new file will be. With minimum free set too low, it can try to write to a disk with too little space free.
  2. Exactly! The colors are not originally present in the log, they are added by the GUI. That is why there are false positives (and possibly uncolored real problems), the GUI uses some basic rules to try to guess whether a row mentions a problem or not. Whenever I add supposedly static data to my server, I also add a file containing the checksum of each added file. I would for example have added the file "Necro - 2004 - The Pre-Fix For Death.md5" in the folder "Necro - 2004 - The Pre-Fix For Death" (I think TeraCopy can do that for you, actually). Then I can later verify that the files in that folder have not changed by running md5sum -c "Necro - 2004 - The Pre-Fix For Death.md5"
  3. Well, unDERP is obviously not happy at all with your taste in music... On a more serious note, the color highlighting in the log viewer is far from perfect. I would assume that the moved filenames are just falsely triggering the heuristics.
  4. Rebuilding will not fix filesystem corruption.
  5. Since the file starts with "._", I would assume that you have the real key in the file Plus.key, and that the USB drive was at some time plugged in to, or accessed by, a Mac. The ._filename contains the resource fork for the filename file. In your case, the following most likely apply: Plus.key - Real key. ._Plus.key - Resource fork, not a valid key, only used by Mac. Maybe unRAID should ignore ._*.key files?
  6. You're welcome! I'm sure your memory modules will enjoy the hammer tests Never really know what memory test result to hope for when there is an obscure problem present...
  7. The mover is moving a bunch of bait files from the cache to the array. Not a user of the ransomware plugin, so I don't know if that would trigger anything. There is also an update available.
  8. ...and please do interpret "If you can, run the later version" as "Run version 7 unless it is completely impossible".
  9. The JBOD confusion has been going on for quite some time. Probably because many motherboards and RAID add-in cards used just "JBOD" to denote a JBOD spanned volume, saving a few precious characters... Reminds me of another lazy hack that we are still suffering for, 2^10.
  10. No, you're not experiencing the same, "missing csrf_token" and "wrong csrf_token" are completely different things. You probably have a web browser active somewhere with a stale web ui. Close or reload it/them.
  11. As far as I know non-ECC RAM works with G7.
  12. Welcome! 35MB/s with gigabit and SSD cache sounds way too slow (when transferring a large file and not a load of tiny ones). The diagnostics zip would answer many questions about your setup and help rule out some common pitfalls. A wired read test would be nice as well. As for wi-fi, what speeds do you get for SMB between your laptops over wifi/wifi to ethernet?
  13. Yes, officially it maxes out at 8GiB, but 16GiB actually works great for lots of people on the HP G7 MicroServers. Got a N54L myself with 16GiB. They are a bit picky when it comes to 8GiB modules, though. If 16GiB is tempting, search the web for failure/success stories for the combination of N36L and specific memory modules. KVR1333D3E9SK2/16G might be worth checking out.
  14. No, you don't need a parity disk. In your situation with 2xSSD I would probably go for two data disks and no cache.
  15. Can you still access the web UI when this happens, or the console/SSH/Telnet? If so, grab diagnostics after the problem occurs, but before rebooting. See Need help? Read me first! for instructions.
  16. Removing them from the flash drive should work better. /etc/ssh only exists in RAM and is populated with files from the flash drive during startup.
  17. It was actually powering down in such a way that I had to shut the psu off so that I could turn it back on. Im in the process of moving files off one of the resierfs disks so that I can convert it to xfs. Really? Sure sounds like a dodgy PSU to me.
  18. SATA 3 as in the motherboard port labeled as such? That has absolutely zero connection with md3, which is always disk3 in unRAID. Disk numbering in unRAID is based on how they were assigned manually when setup, not how they happen to be connected.
  19. Can't see any pictures, Microsoft just asks me to log in. If you use the console, execute "diagnostics". It should save a diagnostics zip on the flash drive. Attach that one to a post.
  20. Seems like you are panicking and trying things randomly. You are probably making things worse... /dev/sdX is not guaranteed to be consistent between boots. Did you identify the drive based on model/serial number or just sdd? If md3 is your parity drive, assignments are messed up. And parity does not have a file system, so if that is the case it shouldn't be "repaired" by xfs_repair. Also, do you understand the implications of working against /dev/sdd?
  21. But in the case were one sets up a new array, and all data disks as well as the parity-to-be have been pre-cleared, the exact contents are already known - zeros! No file systems on the data disks yet, formatting is later in the process.
  22. Sounds like you have a fully functional setup at the moment, do you have any reason to mess with that? The main reason to run OpenVPN on a full computer instead of a consumer router would be speed. A full computer will likely be able to encrypt/decrypt more bytes per time unit than the router. But do you have a need for faster VPN connections? And does your internet connection even support faster connections, or is it saturated already? No idea what speeds you get from the N7000, what your server would be capable of, or the specs of your internet connection... Another potential reason would be the ability to update the OpenVPN server software independent of the router's firmware releases, should some horrible security hole be discovered. And yes, you would have to setup port forwarding.
  23. What do you mean by "duplicate"? And have you emptied the share?
  24. If "Minimum free space" for a share is set to 3000000000 it means at least 3TB of free space is required to allow writing to the share. Did you mean 3GB? Write that, include the unit.