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  1. 9 minutes ago, shortsyoungster said:

    The error I get on chrome is "This site can’t be reached"

    This means the DNS server can not resolve the name or your PC hasn't learned the name from the local master browser.

     

    A common practise is to set your server as local master browser, because usually it is always on and able to learn the local devices (including itself).

     


  2. Can you post a screenshot of the Docker page?

     

    192.168.x.x addresses are likely assigned when containers are set to use a custom network (macvlan), while 172.17.x.x addresses are used as default when containers use a bridge network.

     

    In other words it sounds your docker containers switched from a custom network to a bridge network. How is this possible? No clue! Normally only done by manual configuration.

     


  3. 7 hours ago, Rudeboy42 said:

    I am having the same issue.  Running the latest build and suddenly after 4 days of running smoothly, I'm getting the "502 Gateway" error when I open the GUI.  Trying to follow this nginx beginners guid and no luck.

    I've tried:

    1. kill -s QUIT (PID)

    2. nginx -s quit

    3. nginx -s reload

    4. just plain nginx

    No luck.  This is the second time this has happened in about 3 weeks.  I really don't want to resort to rebooting and would like to understand this OS more but I'm about to toss up my hands.

    9 out of 10 times, this is a wrong network configuration. As @trurl suggests, post your diagnostics.


  4. On 5/20/2019 at 5:02 PM, xanvincent said:

    I doubt it will change

    You should have more trust in Limetech :)

    Security is an important aspect and Limetech is constantly looking at improvements.


  5. The plugin "Dynamix SCSI Devices" can be used to overcome the changed disk names when connecting to a SCSI controller.

     

    However since you have already performed a "New Config" with the changed names, it would require the same action again with the plugin installed to get the original names back.


  6. On 6/11/2019 at 8:13 PM, itimpi said:

    I seem to get a hash key mismatch on every file which is a hard link (at the User Share level) to another file in the same User Share.   Is this expected behaviour?    Is there anything I can do to avoid getting this error?  

     

    The links are in a sub-folder of a user share - do I have to use the Custom folder option to exclude the sub-folders containing these hard links.  If so can I have a folder name of the form FILMS/!3D.

    I have never tested with hard links. This utility write information in the extended attributes of a file, and I am not sure how these are handled in hard links.

     

    When excluding folders, you can enter its unique name (e.g. !3D), a full path is automatically generated by the tool.


  7. On 6/11/2019 at 6:06 PM, DivideByZero said:

    I could use another set of eyes on this issue:  Integrity check ran last night and created an bad.log export.  Listed below is the exact message:

    BLAKE2 hash key mismatch,  is corrupted
    BLAKE2 hash key mismatch,  is corrupted
    BLAKE2 hash key mismatch,  is corrupted

     

    No path or file name to reference.  I checked the SysLog and the following messages are logged:

     

    Jun 10 23:34:47 Tower bunker: error: BLAKE2 hash key mismatch, is corrupted
    Jun 10 23:50:56 Tower bunker: error: BLAKE2 hash key mismatch, is corrupted

    Jun 11 03:47:27 Tower bunker: error: BLAKE2 hash key mismatch, is corrupted

     

    Apparently there are 3 files that require attention, but no reference to the specific files.  Does anyone have any idea how I can proceed?

     

    Thanks

     

     

    This is strange, because normally the file name is included in the message, but it seems the file name is empty here.

     

    You could make a selective "check" per disk and try to pinpoint the file(s).