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  1. New release of UD. The biggest change is now Sweet Alert dialogs are used to change mount points. I think this is more intuitive and less confusing.
  2. It's not a develoment issue. Samba shares are configured by Unraid and the recycle bin plugin depends on Unraid to set up and manage the shares.
  3. If the share is not defined in the Unraid shares, the plugin cannot set up a recycle bin for that share.
  4. New release of Recycle Bin. If you are using the Recycle Bin on 6.9 Beta 24, you will notice that deleted files are logged to the syslog as well as the smb log used by Recycle Bin to show deleted files. This is due to a change in the syslog settings. If you are doing a lot of deleting on a SMB share, you might want to exclude that share from the Recycle Bin so the Syslog doesn't fill with file deleted messages.
  5. Recycle Bin plugin is broken with this version. For the moment don't depend on it for recovering deleted files. Samba has been updated and either someting has changed or they borke the vfs_recycle module. I'll spend some time trying to figure out what is happening. Got it. Also fixed the excessive logging.
  6. I see the following in my log now: Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: close fd 32 Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: close fd 37 Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: open unassigned.devices/unassigned.devices.emhttp (fd 32) Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: close fd 32 Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: open unassigned.devices/unassigned.devices.emhttp (fd 32) Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: close fd 32 Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: open unassigned.devices/unassigned.devices.emhttp (fd 32) Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: close fd 32 Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: open unassigned.devices/unassigned.devices.emhttp (fd 32) Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: open unassigned.devices/unassigned.devices.emhttp (fd 37) Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: close fd 37 Jul 8 05:59:08 BackupServer smbd_audit[21566]: open unassigned.devices/unassigned.devices.emhttp (fd 37) The recycle bin plugin is using smb audit to track deleted files and seems to be causing these log entries. They occur when browsing smb shares. I'll have to track down how to turn the log entries off.
  7. Each disk has a unique ID. How do you have them connected? That (stupid thing) has to have a unique device ID in order to identify each disk. What do you expect UD to do if the disks don't have unique IDs? This can happen if you have the disks in an external bay. That can present both disks to UD with the same ID.
  8. The latest changes in Samba are causing issues with looking up servers and shares. i.e. NetBios and Windows Discovery. UD does the best it can to search for servers and shares, but using the IP address of the remote server seems to be the most reliable.
  9. I put it on the Intel controller, ran the fstrim command and didn't have any issues.
  10. The best way to do this is with the Pool feature of 6.9.
  11. I opted to go with a nvme device instead. I prefer to stay away from these kinds of issues since this SSD holds my VMs and Docker image. It's also a lot faster than a sata SSD.
  12. It seems like it happened again this morning when the trim was scheduled. I've moved cables so the SSD is on the Intel controller. @johnnie.black So it seems this new Samsung 960 SSD has problems with trim on the ASMedia controller? Is this a common thing?
  13. Is the remote share accessible, just that UD doesn't show the disk size, free, and available?