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  1. Living Legend

    A Single unRAID Share Lost File Data?

    Ah, I see. I have had the issue in the past where it continues to grow. which was why I ballooned it to 50G. I cleared out a few old unused dockers and reset a few mappings to try and resolve the issues. It looks like I may have partially resolved the issue though since I"m currently sitting under 20G
  2. Living Legend

    A Single unRAID Share Lost File Data?

    Yes, you're definitely right. I have many many dockers and there has to be at least one or two that are storing some sort of file inside the container and making them grow. Haven't found a simple way to solve his one yet. This shows it should be around 20GB. Not sure why zoneminder and HA get so big. Homeassistant database gets large but that's on the array. Zoneminder recordings have their own share. DelugeVPN downloads to different folders within a share. Always been perplexed by this one.
  3. Living Legend

    A Single unRAID Share Lost File Data?

    Yes, I have made this mistake. I could not figure out why some of my movies that initially downloaded to cache were not moving out of cache. I'd try to move them manually and then poof, they'd disappear. I wish I could attribute this loss of data to the user error mentioned above, but unfortunately that's not the case here. If the error was on me it'd be easy to move on and learn from my mistake, but the problem is I haven't manually moved files into a disk share in probably over a year. I only add or delete files at my user shares. So I have absolutely no idea how this one random share that I haven't accessed in about a month has all the files names but no data. To me this goes to show the importance of backing up important data outside of the array because every once in a while, even though unRAID is meant to protect your data in the event of drive failure, it may throw out some quirk and gobble up a few files.
  4. Living Legend

    A Single unRAID Share Lost File Data?

    Out of curiosity, to attempt to prevent in the future, what can cause something like this? Is this a file corruption issue or potential disk failure issue? If the former, I understand that an actual backup would be the only way to resolve. But if the latter, shouldn't I have had some sort of drive failure notification so that I could attempt to rebuild before I hit the point of no return?
  5. Living Legend

    A Single unRAID Share Lost File Data?

    Yeah, that's what I assumed. I assume that there's no basic resolution to this type of issue?
  6. Living Legend

    A Single unRAID Share Lost File Data?

    Here are the search results for one of the files: I looked in all three locations. All 3 locations show 0 kb file size. Am I screwed?
  7. Living Legend

    A Single unRAID Share Lost File Data?

    Certainly not on purpose. I had an issue last week where my docker files crapped out and I had to rebuild from my appdata backup. Other than that, I made no material changes to anything related to that share.
  8. Living Legend

    A Single unRAID Share Lost File Data?

    Here are the settings for the share with the issue:
  9. This is an odd one. I have a bunch of shares set up on my unRAID server. One of them I use to keep track of anything related to projects and maintenance I'd do around the house. Random things like car oil changes, getting the septic pumped, replacing parts on lawn equipment, etc. Today I went into that share to look something up relating to a basement remodel. All of the files were there. But they were all listed at 0KB size. Any .txt file opens, but has nothing inside it. None of the pictures, .doc files, or .xlsx files open. Quite concerning. I went into all the other shares and spot checked and didn't find this issue anywhere else. Any idea what this issue could be, and am I SOL or are there potential ways to remedy this? unraid-diagnostics-20190211-0849.zip
  10. Living Legend

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - TVHeadend

    I'll give this a shot tonight
  11. Living Legend

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - TVHeadend

    This was my process to start from scratch and recreate the issue: 1. Deleted container/image. 2. Deleted appdata tvheadend folder. 3. Downloaded docker 4. Enter docker WebUI 5. Complete wizard 6. 403 Forbidden on admin 7. Open google incognito instance. 8. 403 Forbidden on user Shown below is a quick gif of the install: - Running uBlock Origin on chrome as an adblocker, but have since tried on internet explorer with same error. - Below is the run command: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='tvheadend' --net='bridge' -e TZ="America/New_York" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'PGID'='100' -e 'PUID'='99' -p '9981:9981/tcp' -p '9982:9982/tcp' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/tvheadend':'/config':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/downloads/tvheadend/':'/recordings':'rw' -v '/mnt/user':'/unraid':'rw' 'linuxserver/tvheadend' b34e7739f62a447c88910ffff6603782cb7854bf06bfaabc7b97f057b6a7f3eb The command finished successfully!
  12. Living Legend

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - TVHeadend

    I'll screenshot the process in a little bit to make sure that I've explained things appropriately.
  13. Living Legend

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - TVHeadend

    Yeah, I've tried all of the above. Started from scratch, delete image, appdata folder, etc. different browsers. Always an issue for me. Does it have to do with the startup wizard? Because at the end it says we'll log you out and remove the admin user and then when you try to login, neither the admin creds, or user creds just created work.
  14. Living Legend

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - TVHeadend

    I can't for the life of me figure out why I'm having such trouble logging into the GUI. I go through the wizard and it asks to create admin credentials and then a user credential. I do both. Then at the end of the wizard it says it's going to clear the admin creds and to login witih user. Okay. I go to login, 403 Forbidden. Huh? I delete everything and start again. I dont set an admin and I set a username/pass to test/test. Can't get this wrong, right? 403 Forbidden? I remember trying this docker out a year ago and facing the same issue now that I think of it. I saw that someone else posted about it but did not see a resolution. Any idea what's going on?
  15. Just checking to make sure I'm understanding properly. My current unRAID server has a single NIC with 4 physical ports. I only use one at the moment for a single connection of unRAID to my LAN. I assume that I still need an additional dedicated NIC for pfsense in order to avoid having to work with VLANs? There's no practical way to isolate three of the interfaces and use those for pfsense and allow a single interface be used as unRAID's method of connecting to the LAN? My guess is because they all share the same device # it's an all or nothing proposition, but figured I'd ask.