dlandon

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  1. Can't browse to shares, or credential issues still?
  2. Try Private instead of Secure for "Security".
  3. Review your SMB share settings for each share. Alll your shares are set for Public access. Your flash device should not be set to Public. Set it to Private and then set desired user access. Did you intend for all your shares to be Public? If you did, you should set up users in Unraid and the set user access for each share you want them to access. Only set Public access for things that make sense for Public access. I'm wondering if your flash has some issues. I'm seeing some strange entries in your smb-shares.conf.
  4. Show the output of the following command: cat /etc/samba/smb-shares.conf It will show how the shares are set up for user access.
  5. The log shows a lot of master browser elections to Unraid: Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: [2022/09/24 10:38:40.683165, 0] ../../source3/nmbd/nmbd_become_lmb.c:398(become_local_master_stage2) Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: ***** Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: Samba name server TOWER is now a local master browser for workgroup WORKGROUP on subnet 172.17.0.1 Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: ***** Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: [2022/09/24 10:38:40.683231, 0] ../../source3/nmbd/nmbd_become_lmb.c:398(become_local_master_stage2) Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: ***** Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: Samba name server TOWER is now a local master browser for workgroup WORKGROUP on subnet 172.18.0.1 Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: Sep 24 10:38:40 Tower nmbd[7511]: ***** Sep 24 10:43:33 Tower nmbd[7511]: [2022/09/24 10:43:33.862075, 0] ../../source3/nmbd/nmbd_become_lmb.c:398(become_local_master_stage2) Sep 24 10:43:33 Tower nmbd[7511]: ***** Sep 24 10:43:33 Tower nmbd[7511]: Sep 24 10:43:33 Tower nmbd[7511]: Samba name server TOWER is now a local master browser for workgroup WORKGROUP on subnet 192.168.1.50 Sep 24 10:43:33 Tower nmbd[7511]: Sep 24 10:43:33 Tower nmbd[7511]: ***** I think you may have a conflict in the Master Browser election. This might cause SMB server lookup issues. Remove the Master Browser plugin and see if it makes a difference. Edit: Your router may also be trying to be the Master Browser.
  6. Show a screen shot of the Settings->SMB Settings.
  7. Python 2 is available as a plugin in CA. Search python.
  8. What was upgraded? Works for me. So how about a screen shot. Can't offer any help with your description.
  9. What is the output of the command: ls -la /mnt/disks when your UD disk(s) are mounted?
  10. Ok, it's probably not related to the UD disk itself, but something is triggering udev to re-discover the disks in your server. If that's true, then this might be the explanation. I know you aren't thinking power supply, but take another look. Whatever it is affects all disks.
  11. That UD disk is continually being re-discovered by udev and triggering a udev event. How is it attached to your server? I'd say you have a cable or power supply problem to that disk.
  12. Go to the UD settings and set the "Debug Log Level" to "Udev and Hotplug". Let it run for a few minutes and then post diagnostics so I can see why you are getting those messages. This should not be happening. I think you are getting constant udev events. Be sure to turn off the "Debug Log Level". It can be very chatty.