bonienl's post in Constant dump of logs with "WARNING: no network interfaces found" from nmbd was marked as the answer
These error messages come from 'netbios'
I recommend to disable netbios and use WSD instead for host discovery. See Settings -> SMB settings
bonienl's post in [6.12.2] Intermittent Server lockup or inaccessible was marked as the answer
Can you test with "IPv4 only" setting on br0 and see if that makes a differrence?
Please provide diagnostics of the new test.
bonienl's post in Unable to access WebUI aproximately every 24 hrs after upgrade to 6.12.2 was marked as the answer
You need to check your router configuration, it has issues with IPv6.
Jul 10 22:15:50 xxxx dhcpcd: br0: expired address fda2:612d:c297:4585:265e:beff:fe43:dc4d/64 Jul 10 22:15:50 xxxx dhcpcd: br0: part of a Router Advertisement expired
Alternatively set "IPv4 only".
bonienl's post in Direct Ethernet access to Unraid server stops working after 6.12 was marked as the answer
This will be solved in the upcoming version 6.12.2
bonienl's post in SSH fails to start on boot after update to 6.12 was marked as the answer
ssh is restarted because your system looses network connection halfway.
Jun 25 17:36:33 narvi kernel: bond0: (slave eth0): link status definitely down, disabling slave Jun 25 17:36:33 narvi kernel: device eth0 left promiscuous mode Jun 25 17:36:33 narvi kernel: bond0: now running without any active interface! Jun 25 17:36:33 narvi kernel: br0: port 1(bond0) entered disabled state Jun 25 17:36:33 narvi dhcpcd: br0: carrier lost Jun 25 17:36:33 narvi dhcpcd: br0: deleting route to 192.168.1.0/24 Jun 25 17:36:33 narvi dhcpcd: br0: deleting default route via 192.168.1.1
Disable bonding in the network configuration and see if that solves the issue.
It might also be that the plugin "tips and tweaks" interferes. Uninstall this plugin and retest.
bonienl's post in 6.11.5 clear everything and set up from scratch keeping vm was marked as the answer
I have created a new plugin, called Dynamix Factory Reset
This plugin allows to return your system to default settings and start like a new installation.
Docker and VM images are not removed, the plugin does not touch any data on the array or pool(s).
You can recreate your VM by adding a new VM and point to the existing image for the primary vdisk location.
bonienl's post in Why do I have ipv6 addr? was marked as the answer
Normally I don't recommend this, because people tend to forget this in the future, but you can add the disable line in the 'go' file on your USB device.
Put the line before starting the GUI (emhttp).
The all setting is not used because you should enable or disable IPv6 per individual interface, it is allowed to mix between ipv4 and ipv6 depending on requirements
bonienl's post in Network settings options disapeared for windows10 vm after trying to setup fixedip was marked as the answer
You deleted the interface section (and perhaps more) in the XML file.
I suggest you start fresh with a new VM.
bonienl's post in Error response from daemon: Address already in use was marked as the answer
When no explicit gateway address is given for the subnet, then docker will assign the first address as gateway address. This is the conflict you see.
Under docker settings you need to set the specific subnet assignment for each VLAN, see example below
bonienl's post in Don't auto-capitalise the first letter of Pool device names in the UI (cosmetic change request) was marked as the answer
If you don't want to capitalize device names, you can change the setting
Settings --> Display Settings --> Display device name = Raw
bonienl's post in [SOLVED] WebUI is super slow (or doesnt load at all) but GUI mode is working fine was marked as the answer
Getting a 169.254.xxx.xxx address means the system could not get an IP address from your router.
This suggests you have some network issue.
Try replacing cables and. moving ports on your switch or router.
You mentioned the message about interface eth0 down, this is another indicator that there is a network issue.
This interface should never go down, otherwise you loose connectivity.
bonienl's post in Bug updating plugins/docker/os with GUI + a FIX was marked as the answer
The original check works fine for me, do you have SSL enabled for GUI access?
I tested your modification on my systems, there is no regression.
Made a change to use https instead of http for checking both plugins and docker.
bonienl's post in "Share is outside the list of designated disks" following using unBALANCE to clear a drive was marked as the answer
The message about the share means the share is located on a disk (disk5), which is not part of the included disks / excluded disks list.
You need to update the included or excluded list if you want disk5 to be a member of the share.
Note: everything keeps working even with the mismatch in place (content is never touched)
This is the general setting to check
Settings -> Global Share Settings -> Included/Excluded disks
This is the per share setting to check
Shares -> <share name> -> Included/Excluded disks
bonienl's post in Simple question, how to properly read memory usage was marked as the answer
Maximum size is the largest memory size your motherboard can support.
Usable size is what is actually available to the system.
bonienl's post in Video stuttering problem -- SMR drives?? was marked as the answer
I have been using Dune media players since 2009, and they work wonderfully.
The older models had only fast ethernet (100Mbps) connection. Dune uses their specific algorithm to read files from SMB, this is used when you enable “fast smb access”. Btw this setting does not exist anymore in nwer versions, which are optimised by default.
The graphic shows a constant reading (left) vs a lot of fluctuation (right), the latter part explains your stuttering.