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  1. Looks like you have commits happening every 3 minutes or so. You need to look at the individual commits to see what changed: git show 8bccfa00ddb5510db83a28b02cc477374b3f8bec git show a952a9836e9baa6f0cc915b6383e69db3de40f18 git show bb0d27e2a97f6b0e4509aed868654bc86fa6c56a etc Do that until you can identify a file that is being changed on a regular basis that shouldn't be. One-off changes like plugins being updated are not a problem, you are looking for the same file being updated over and over.
  2. If the script is being called every minute, the last 5 minutes worth of logs should be enough to tell you what is triggering it. (Unless backups aren't actually happening because you aren't signed in, see the previous post )
  3. Ha! Ok we need to do the sign in check earlier so we don't spam the log like that. Thanks The rest of your issues will likely be resolved by opening a webterminal and typing: unraid-api restart ( see https://wiki.unraid.net/My_Servers#Navigating_the_User_Profile_Component )
  4. Glad you were able to get it figured out. The upgrade process detected an issue with your config so it signed you out and brought you back to the default state. Sorry I didn't quite realize that is what happened here. You can keep an eye on the release thread for details about each release: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/112073-my-servers-releases/
  5. OK so per: https://wiki.unraid.net/My_Servers#How_to_access_your_server_when_DNS_is_down For Unraid 6.9 you want to access https://192.168.2.36 (note "https" not "http"). You will get a warning that the certificate does not match, ignore that and continue on
  6. From the console you can type: head -1 /boot/changes.txt (that is a one, not a lower case L)
  7. What version of Unraid do you have, and are you following the instructions for that version?
  8. Please stop the SWAG docker. Let's get the basic system working and then you can add SWAG back in. What version of Unraid is this? And please double-check that you have the latest My Servers Plugin (currently 2021.10.12.1921) Please go to Settings -> Management Access and let me know what the "Use SSL/TLS", "HTTP Port" and "HTTPS port" values are. Then go to Settings -> Management Access -> My Servers and let me know what the WAN Port is. On your router, what ports do you have forwarded to this server? When you press "Check" on the My Servers page, what happens? Also, please upload your diagnostics (from Tools -> Diagnostics)
  9. The system is intended to recover from this automatically, but I had issues with a recent move myself :~ We are working on improvements. Please see the instructions here: https://wiki.unraid.net/My_Servers#How_to_access_your_server_when_DNS_is_down on how to access your server when DNS is down (or wrong, in this case). These instructions are on the My Servers page, but they apply whether you have the My Servers plugin installed or not. Once you have access, I'd recommend that you disable SSL for local access to get back to a fully working state: https://wiki.unraid.net/My_Servers#How_to_disable_SSL_for_local_access Then you can optionally re-enable SSL.
  10. Interesting, I didn't notice the Sep 20 date. Please open a webterminal and type this: /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.my.servers/scripts/UpdateFlashBackup.php If there are any error messages we need to resolve those. It there aren't any, then type this and let me know if there is any output. /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.my.servers/scripts/UpdateFlashBackup.php update Finally, please DM me the /var/log/gitflash file from your system. One way to get it is to type cp /var/log/gitflash /boot and then you can grab the file off your flash drive.
  11. Would you please remove the My Servers plugin and reinstall it? Pay attention to the wall of text on the install screen, it will alert you if there are any DNS issues that need to be resolved. If flash backup continues to have issues, please see the release notes from yesterday: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/112073-my-servers-releases/?tab=comments#comment-1043427
  12. Ah, a 6.10 user SSL support was vastly improved in 6.10, so the process to handle this issue has changed from 6.9. Glad the wiki page helped.
  13. So the issue is that something is updating a file on your flash drive continuously. Flash backup detects this and then backs up the updated file. You need to figure out what file is being continuously updated, and ideally stop that from happening. If the continuous changes cannot be stopped, then we can tell flash backup not to backup that file. You ran 'git log' and saw a list of recent commits. Now you need to look at those commits to see what changed. Here are commands to view some of the commits you provided from your 'git log', hopefully it is clear how to view other commits too: git show b986e2813ffcc6fab9ec55492ffa42df90b1bab4 git show f19ff22f33252ec50ce13282027f3d6af351873a git show 51412599f8dd727162e891da42fe8e93ca8619fc After looking at these (and potentially other) commits, can you identify the file that is being continuously updated?
  14. We've released My Servers plugin version 2021.10.12.1921, please go to the Plugins tab and check for updates! We resolved a few corner case bugs, along with adding compatibility with 6.10.0-rc2. Note: Under certain conditions you may be signed out during install. Simply sign back in (and re-enable Remote Access, if desired) and you'll be good to go. If you have trouble activating flash backup, there is likely an issue with DNS or a network firewall. Our goal is to expose these issues on the My Servers settings page, but for now please open a web console and type: /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.my.servers/scripts/UpdateFlashBackup.php If it mentions DNS errors, we'd recommend going to Settings -> Network Settings and assigning 8.8.8.8 to your DNS server. If there are connection errors, you'll need to modify your firewall to allow connections from this server to backup.unraid.net on port 22 or 443. ## 2021.10.12 ### This version resolves: - broken settings page when there are DNS issues - flash backup errors when there are DNS issues - cannot read property 'sendCrashInfo' of undefined error ### This version adds: - warnings during install when there are DNS issues - Unraid 6.10.0-rc2 compatibility
  15. For more information on how to access your server if DNS is unavailable or not resolving properly, see this wiki page: https://wiki.unraid.net/My_Servers#How_to_access_your_server_when_DNS_is_down