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About interwebtech

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  • Birthday 05/03/1958

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    The obstacle is the path.

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  1. Price includes PayPal fees and USPS flat rate box shipping (US only). It has been in my main laptop about 20 months.
  2. I have them set at the individual level to 95/97 as well. Is there a way to reset all to default so I can start fresh?
  3. For past couple months I have been being deluged twice a day with 10 (was 4 for a while, now back up to 10) push notifications that disks are over the threshold e.g., Subject: Warning [TOWER] - Disk 10 is high on usage (76%). (See pic). It was harmless if not annoying so I hadn't done anything other than tweak notification thresholds (no effect). Yesterday I was troubleshooting an ECC error in the logs (fixed by replacing OS USB stick... who'da thunk?) and decided to try and fix this as well. No luck so far so I'm back here to see if anyone has run across this too. I have thresholds set at 90% for warning, 95% for critical. I shouldn't be getting any notifications but for some reason it is sending them. Last night I tried resetting to default as many global disk settings as I could (see pic) Diagnostics attached but I don't see anything in there that looks suspicious. tower-diagnostics-20200113-1122.zip
  4. I've been troubleshooting erroneous disk utilization warning emails and found there is no way to visually determine what any particular disk's utilization status is. I would like to propose adding a column to the display grid (far right between Free & View) on the Main tab (Array Devices & Cache Devices sub tabs) with simply "%" for heading and the calculated percent full for each disk. Maybe go out a couple decimal places so you can spot one about to go over without it actually having to happen. Total at the bottom but frankly that already covered by the "Show array utilization indicator" doohickey.
  5. FYI you will need to have Plex server Network Settings | Secure connections set to Preferred to get this to work. Required fails to connect. I hammered on this for while before stumbling across the advise on Reddit.
  6. Wide variety of plug-ins, dockers, etc Folder Caching that freakin' works.
  7. Purchased the pair new 1 year ago. Excellent to like-new condition. I upgraded to pair of 2690 to double my passmark score. (2) Intel Xeon E5-2620 v3 Six-Core Haswell Processor 2.4GHz 8.0GT/s 15MB LGA 2011-3 CPU, OEM Asking $19.99 each which includes PayPal fees & USPS flat rate box shipping to US addresses. If you want it international, we will need to negotiate the cost.
  8. Sorry for using a screenshot but easiest way to quote from another forum (Plex forum) Link to TZ parameters: https://hub.docker.com/r/tautulli/tautulli/#parameters
  9. Seeing something new recently and don't understand what its trying to tell me. Thanks for any light you can cast on these. Diags attached. this: Plex Media Scan[16812]: segfault at 12e11 ip 000014843563d097 sp 0000148426c8d000 error 4 in libcrypto.so.1.0.0[14843552c000+204000] and this: nginx: 2019/09/22 00:00:04 [error] 10585#10585: *3256146 FastCGI sent in stderr: "Primary script unknown" while reading response header from upstream, client: 127.0.0.1, server: , request: "GET /admin/api.php?version HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "127.0.0.1" tower-diagnostics-20190923-1529.zip
  10. Just replaced the last 4 mismatched sized drives to 8 TB. All drives the same size now with 120 TB total.
  11. Ended up replacing 4 drives but one of them was likely the actual boat anchor on throughput... a retail boxed Seagate 6TB from 2014. First swap result in the middle run from 19th, a 4TB HSGT 7200 RPM drive. Still scratching head why what should be a fast drive benches so poorly. The aforementioned 6TB was removed prior to last check. Still not the best but huge improvement from 24+ hours to 17 for parity check. All drives are now 8TB. Date Duration Speed 2019-08-20, 03:06:36 16 hr, 43 min 133.0 MB/s 2019-08-19, 10:07:58 18 hr, 39 min, 26 sec 119.1 MB/s 2019-08-18, 15:05:02 1 day, 39 min, 11 sec 90.2 MB/s Will be running the tunables Long Test again as soon as time permits.
  12. Ran the Long Test overnight with Docker disabled. I have set my server to use the Fastest setting based on results. I was hoping for better throughput numbers. Do I need to get rid of all my shingled drives and run all 7200 RPM to get the scores I am seeing from others? Or is 89.2 MB/s the best I can expect? LongSyncTestReport_2019_08_14_2118.txt
  13. Unraid user since v4.7. Server has completely morphed 4 times over that time into its current state. Who knew that energy efficient Sempron 145 with 4 TB (5x 1 TB drives including parity) Plex server from back then would grow to the 108 TB dual Xeon firebreather I have now. Happy Birthday LimeTech & UNRAID!