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  1. I'm hoping to get some help on an issue I just started having. I seem to be having some permissions issues that randomly started happening. Everything was working fine -- and has for a long time -- but now whenever a torrent is added to the download client it starts to download, shows that I'm connected to peers, and the download speed will start increasing. But the percentage done stays at 0% and the speed will go to 0 and stall. This happens for torrents added manually as well as those from Sonarr and Radarr. The logs show a bunch of I/O errors and failure to moves due to permissions being denied. But like I said, this just started happening and I haven't changed any settings in any dockers or in unRAID. I've restarted the docker, rebooted the unRAID server, tried to force recheck the torrents and none of it will get the torrents to actually start downloading. I just keep getting the permission denied messages. It was working last night before I went to sleep, so I don't know what's going on. The only thing I can think of that happened over night is the Mover invoking and moving files from my cache. Any help for this issue would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  2. Hoping I could get some help. I've been using DelugeVPN for like a year with no issues. Yesterday I stopped every docker container except for Plex and I performed a parity check. Everything seemed to go fine -- found 5 errors that were corrected. When I restarted the rest of my containers (DelugeVPN, Sonarr, Radarr, and Jackett) they all started without issue. However, when Sonarr found new downloads and loaded them into DelugeVPN they immediately went to the "Error" status and won't download. I tried manually adding a torrent via a magnet link and downloading the .torrent file first and the same thing happened. When I go to the Details tab in Deluge, the Status of the torrent says "Permission denied: /data/Incomplete/[file name]". I did not change any settings in Deluge after the parity check, and the paths all look the same as they did before the parity check when everything worked fine. Does anyone know what I can do to fix this issue? I'm not sure exactly how to proceed. So any help would be appreciated.
  3. ...huh. That worked. Why did that work? I don't remember having any issues in earlier versions of unRAID and I've been running uBlock Origin for forever. Anyway, thanks so much for the quick reply.
  4. Hey, all. I just updated from unRAID version 6.3 to 6.5. I also updated a couple of plugins. The OS update required a reboot, so I did it. Once I had restarted my array, I noticed that my user share (just named "Media") had disappeared. I haven't checked in a while, so I don't know if it disappeared after the update and reboot or before today, but it's definitely gone now. I can still access the location via my Windows File Explorer as a network location. It just shows that I have no shares in the unRAID web UI. I have a Docker for Deluge and the downloads folder points to a location in the "Media" folder. I downloaded something before I noticed the share was missing and it finished downloading and appeared in the folder like normal. Since my share has disappeared, though, I don't know if files will be distributed correctly among the disks in my array. I have already stopped and started the array as well as trying to reboot the server twice now. Any ideas what caused the share to disappear? How can I get it back? What would happen if I just add a share that has the same name as the old one? I've attached my zipped diagnostics file. If anyone can help, I'd appreciate it. Thanks. tower-diagnostics-20180828-1827.zip
  5. I am currently performing the parity check. All of the files in the lost+found folder seem to be 0 byte files with numbers as names. How am I supposed to interpret that? There are about 25 of them.
  6. So it finished and I was able to start the array. Are there any steps I need to do now? A parity check? The only difference I noticed was a new share called "lost+found". Is there anything I need to do involving that?
  7. Okay, I'll run it and report back. Thanks again for all the help, everyone.
  8. Okay. I found it. Thanks. However, it is giving me the same error message I replied with before about using the -L option. So do I just go ahead and do that or are there any other things I should try since it says the -L option may cause corruption?
  9. This is what I get when trying it. Do I use the -L option?
  10. Okay, I'll give that a shot and see how it goes. Thanks for the help.
  11. Here's the zip resulting from the diagnostics command. tower-diagnostics-20180113-1350.zip
  12. I recently built a new server as an upgrade to my old rig. I had already transferred over all my old drives and did a parity check and everything was fine. I added a new data drive and a cache drive and everything has been working fine for a few days. Today, another new data drive finished pre-clearing and I tried to stop the array to add the new drive. For some reason, the stopping of the array got hung up, I believe on "Unmounting disks..." I couldn't get anything to change its status, so I powered down the server. Now when I power it back up and get back to the webGUI (where all drives are detected as in "Normal operation"), I click the "Start" button to start the array and perform a parity check. However, just like when I tried to stop it, it's now stuck on "Mounting disks..." I'm pretty new to all of this and the command line, so I'm not sure what to do to troubleshoot this and get everything working again. If someone could give me some guidance, it would be greatly appreciated.
  13. I know that the device drive limit for a Basic License in unRAID V6 is 6 hard drives. I currently have 5 drives in my array -- 1 parity and 4 data. If I buy a 6th drive, does it have to be used as a cache drive or can I use it as a 5th data drive?