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About interwebtech

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  1. As I mentioned in my previous follow up, I changed the setting on disks 1 & 2 at the individual disk level. It did not affect the sending of notifications. However, today I noticed that the wording in the email is slightly different. Disks using the general "all disks" setting have the subject: Alert [TOWER] - Disk 3 is low on space (96%) Those 2 disks I have it set at the individual level have the subject: Warning [TOWER] - Disk 2 is high on usage (94%) Note the diff between warning & alert. Also I still don't have a "smart-one.cfg" in my /config folder.
  2. I have set the "disk utilization threshold (%)" for disk 1 & disk 2 individually. No smart-one.cfg was created in the config folder. disk.cfg shows it is updated but no other changes.
  3. I don't have set individually. I will try that but know that the one for all setting is not obeyed.
  4. Did as you suggested. The smart-one.cfg file does not reappear once applied. Is that a concern?
  5. I updated my notification threshold setting to "0" as soon as I read your post. Just now had the second of my twice daily notification floods (setting should have stopped those, right?). The setting does not appear to have the desired effect of turning the notifications off. Diags attached.,
  6. Just checked my overall disk setting for default warning disk utilization threshold. It was set at 95%. Critical threshold was set at 97%. All my disks report as 95% or less. I've bumped these up to 97% & 99% respectively. Maybe that will quiet the warnings. Feature request: Be able to MUTE these maybe on individual disk level. Reset and show warnings on reboot? That way I can see them when new version but silence them day to day.
  7. This refers to the issue I initially reported back before the 6.9.x series. It was fixed to great acclaim in 6.9 (at least from me lol). As you might recall, a change was made to the disk.cfg that caused it all to reset itself. At least that is how I understood it. The next update to 6.9.1 did not change this; still good with no erroneous warnings. However the update to 6.9.2 has brought it all back and in a much more widespread fashion. Whereas before I had usually only 3 or 4 disks (out of 15 array members) complaining, now I have 13 complaining. I even went so far as redistributing files on
  8. Just noticed this today. The avatar image I assume gets pulled from the forum account ios missing. Top right. Included screenies and code snippet. <span class="relative z-0 flex items-center justify-center w-36px h-36px ml-8px rounded-full bg-transparent"> <img src="" alt=" Avatar" class="absolute z-10 inset-0 w-36px h-36px rounded-full overflow-hidden"> </span>
  9. At the risk of jinxing it, I want to report that I am no longer getting the erroneous notifications about disk utilization. My guess is that the changes to "Storage Threshold Warnings" reset something under the hood that cleared whatever was causing this. I am a happy camper.
  10. Uneventful upgrade from well worn 6.83. Nothing to report as of yet.
  11. Price is per pair. Includes PayPal & free shipping to US. I will ship international but at your cost. 2x Crucial 8GB DDR4 2133 (PC4-2133) CL15 ECC Registered DIMM CT8G4RFS4213 Server memory pulled from a my current unRaid when I upped the RAM. Like new. More speed. More bandwidth. More efficient. Next generation DDR4 memory is here. Overcome one of your greatest server limitations: memory. From networking, cloud computing, and virtualization to HPC, Big Data and more, memory - dependent server applications require increasingly higher densities of memory and higher levels of perfo
  12. Perhaps not useful to fixing your Roon docker issue but I was having similar problems where Roon server (docker) would become unresponsive. Reboot of unRaid didn't help. Restarting the docker would result in the Docker service hanging (at least the admin in Chrome did). I gave up on it and bought an inexpensive NUC with which to run Roon ROCK and have had zero problems since.
  13. Disregard the celebration. I just tried to open my TV share and it lit up one drive on the server (activity light) and didn't display anything until it had spun up. Going to try setting "Cache pressure of directories on system:" back to 1.