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  1. It is working now 🙂 So, I have some save-files from a server I used to run dedicated. They are probably 6 months old. Would you happen to now if it would work dumping them in the saved games and picking up from where I left? I guess I could just try
  2. Thanks! That progressed thing a little further 🙂 Everything seems to start up fine but I get this error message in the end: [S_API FAIL] SteamAPI_Init() failed; SteamAPI_IsSteamRunning() failed. EDIT: Looking back in the thread, I can see that this is apparently only a warning because SteamCMD is not running. I'll try to muck about with it and see if I can find the server in the browser in-game.
  3. I'm trying to get an Ark:SE server running. However, seems to not work as expected. I have went with the settings in the Docker template (standard ports etc, no custom configs). SteamCMD folder seems populated but ark-se folder is not, as per the log indication. Not really sure what to change? Might I just be experiencing connection trouble with Steam?
  4. I used to run my NVR (Unifi Video) in an Ubuntu VM, storing recordings to a share on the array. This has now been changed so that I run it off a dedicated SSD (using Unassigned Devices) where I moved the VM image to and expanded it so there is ample room inside the vdisk. However, I cannot remove the path I had set up in the VM template - at least using the GUI, that is. I have considered editing the XML directly, but wanted to ask if something else might be amiss before I accidentally botch the VM template. Can I just remove the following in the XML? <filesystem type='mount' accessmode='passthrough'> <source dir='/mnt/user/NVRDisk/'/> <target dir='NVRDisk'/> <address type='pci' domain='0x0000' bus='0x01' slot='0x00' function='0x0'/> </filesystem> Thanks in advance for any insight and help offered!
  5. Thanks, Squid - I have now tidied up and moved stuff around 🙂
  6. The one thing I feel unRaid is lacking is an integrated backup function that would allow users to: Setup backup jobs for: VMs Appdata Flashdrive Selected shares/folders To: Unassigned drives USB drive Major cloud services (Backblaze, Google, Jotta etc) At: Schedule On-demand Preferably: Encrypted Bandwidth allowed configurable I realize that this can be achieved using a variety of plugins and dockers (I use CrashPlan myself) today, but a built-in function that consolidates all of this would be really good.
  7. I've been going over my appdata directory and have found a couple of issues. 1. There are remnants from dockers I once had installed but since removed 2. Somehow I have ended up with two appdata directories - one called 'appdata' and one called 'appdatal' I'd like to A. Remove the old unused directories from non-existing dockers B. Consolidate everything back to the original 'appdata' directory Regarding A, can I just delete these? Regarding B, I would assume the approach would be to: i. Shutdown all dockers ii. Make a backup of both 'appdata' and 'appdatal' iii. As root, copy subdirectories from 'appdatal' to 'appdata' iv. Manually go through all of the dockers and edit to ensure that directory paths concerning appdata now point to 'appdata' and not 'appdatal' v. Start one docker at a time, check that it works and watch its log for anything that seems wrong - as well as check the old entries in 'appdatal' using 'ls -lah' to see if there has been any access after the reconfiguration. Does this seem like a sound approach?
  8. Yeah, sorry - I was wrong. I meant that it's set to use cache. The setting I have is "Yes"
  9. Hmm.... I seem to have pinpointed when all disks spin up. As to the why, I have no clue. I have a share that is limited to one disk (disk 1). It has prefer cache set so everything written to the share is written to cache first. If I read access that share, I would expect that only that one disk would spin up. - What happens is that disk1 spins up. As I expect. If I do a write/delete/modify on that share, I would expect disk1 and parity drives to spin up. - What happens is that disk1 and the two parity drives spin up. And after a short period, the rest of the disks also spin up. In addition to having only disk1 included for the share, I have tried to also specifically exclude the rest of the disks. Didn't change anything. Can anyone explain this behaviour? Am I missing some setting or am I misunderstanding how this is supposed to work? Edit: Tried disabling cache_dirs altogether, which doesn't remedy the issue.
  10. I have been running unRAID since version 4 and have always enjoyed the spindown feature a lot - keeps noise levels in my home office down, and is easy on the electricity bill. Lately however, I have been having a lot of trouble with keeping disks from spinning up. I have - tried stopping all dockers and VMs so nothing except the core system is running. I manually spin down disks but when I look againg after 30 mins, all disks are spun up. - have installed the File Activity plugin to keep an eye on file activity, and apart from some expected movement on a share that is locked to one disk and also uses cache, nothing goes on. Only that one disk is listed in the activity list, but all disks are spun up. - have cache_dirs but have set Cache Pressure to 1. Kind of running out of stuff to check and test, so any advice is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
  11. That would definitely be nice and put a smile on my kids' faces - but don't go out of your way to do it - no rush!
  12. Will the Terraria server work for IOS clients as well? Anything special that needs to be done or observed? Or is it PC only?
  13. Thank you very much 🙂 Been hoping for this one for a while!