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  1. I'd guess that OpenVPN is taking over your network connection. You could try plugging a keyboard and monitor directly into the server so a network is not required to see what happens when you type those commands. At a minimum I would stop the array before trying it again, so you don't get an unclean shutdown. But how did you get OpenVPN on Unraid? If this is from a plugin you should post your request in the thread for that plugin. Plugins are not officially supported so your best bet for help would be from other people who use that plugin.
  2. Unraid's log is still in /var/log/syslog . If you also want it in the new log folder you can set Unraid up as it's own remote syslog server. Just put your Unraid IP in the "Remote syslog server" area.
  3. Go to Settings -> Syslog Server, enable the Local Syslog Server and set a port and a folder to store the data in. Then give your router the IP of Unraid and port you specified. Go to Tools -> System Log and there is a new dropdown where you can specify which log file you want to look at. Or you can access the files directly in the folder you specified.
  4. Also, which theme are you using? Just trying to get enough info to reproduce
  5. I would let Unraid bypass pihole and talk directly to Google's DNS (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4). If you search the forums there are a lot of issues that are solved by taking pihole out of the equation. And Google's DNS are known to work.
  6. Thank you @gfjardimand @bonienl ! I was pretty sure there was a solution for this but I couldn't find it. Thanks for implementing this @olehj, it looks good: Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: plugin: installing: /boot/config/plugins/disklocation-master.plg Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: plugin: skipping: smartmontools-7.0-x86_64-1.txz - Unraid version too high, requires at most version 6.6.6 Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: plugin: skipping: git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz - Unraid version too high, requires at most version 6.6.6 Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: plugin: creating: /tmp/disklocation-install - from INLINE content Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: plugin: running: /tmp/disklocation-install Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Installing plugin... Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Plugin folder /boot/config/plugins/disklocation already exists Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Checking existing package /boot/config/plugins/disklocation/disklocation.2019.02.11.tar.bz2... Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Extracting plugin package... Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: Plugin and Package file disklocation.2019.02.11.tar.bz2 extracted and installed successfully Feb 10 09:33:25 Tower root: plugin: installed One thought... you might want to set the max to something like "6.6.9", to ensure you don't have to rush out an update if there is a new version in the 6.6 series. But I don't know how likely that is.
  7. thanks for that, having the wide blocks together in the same column does look nicer.
  8. Unraid as a client is not officially supported, but Unraid as a host needs to be able to pass disks to whatever the client is. And once the host releases the disk so it is no longer visible under /dev/, it seems like it should be removed from the dashboard the way it is removed from the UD tab.
  9. It looks strange to me, but ok. When you say "make the first column longer", do you mean I should delete some shares? Here is a slightly different view, shouldn't "Users" slide left too? (it doesn't matter whether Users is open or closed, it stays on the right)
  10. I'm going to uninstall this from my 6.7 systems then, I don't want to deal with downgrades messing up something in Unraid.
  11. hmm... looks like it is a "feature": @bonienl , is there a way that @olehj can modify this section of his plugin so that it won't run on 6.7 ? <FILE Name="/boot/packages/&gittools;" Run="upgradepkg --install-new"> <URL>http://mirrors.slackware.com/slackware/slackware64-14.2/patches/packages/&gittools;</URL> <MD5>&gittoolsMD5;</MD5> </FILE>
  12. I installed this on Unraid 6.7.0-rc3, which includes git version 2.20.1 by default. During the install process, it looks like the plugin "upgrades" to git 2.14.5. Can you update the version of git distributed with this plugin? Thanks! Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: plugin: installing: /boot/config/plugins/disklocation-master.plg Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: plugin: skipping: /boot/packages/smartmontools-7.0-x86_64-1.txz already exists Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: plugin: running: /boot/packages/smartmontools-7.0-x86_64-1.txz Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: +============================================================================== Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: | Skipping package smartmontools-7.0-x86_64-1 (already installed) Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: +============================================================================== Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: plugin: skipping: /boot/packages/git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz already exists Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: plugin: running: /boot/packages/git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: +============================================================================== Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: | Upgrading git-2.20.1-x86_64-1 package using /boot/packages/git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: +============================================================================== Feb 9 17:19:43 Tower root: Pre-installing package git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2... Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: Removing package: git-2.20.1-x86_64-1-upgraded-2019-02-09,17:19:43 Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: Verifying package git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz. Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: Installing package git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz: Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: PACKAGE DESCRIPTION: Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # git (the stupid content tracker) Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # Git is a fast, scalable, distributed revision control system with an Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # unusually rich command set that provides both high-level operations Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # and full access to internals. Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # "git" can mean anything, depending on your mood. Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # Git was originally written by Linus Torvalds and is currently Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # maintained by Junio C. Hamano. Feb 9 17:19:44 Tower root: # Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Executing install script for git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz. Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Package git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz installed. Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Package git-2.20.1-x86_64-1 upgraded with new package /boot/packages/git-2.14.5-x86_64-1_slack14.2.txz. Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: plugin: creating: /tmp/disklocation-install - from INLINE content Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: plugin: running: /tmp/disklocation-install Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Installing plugin... Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Plugin folder /boot/config/plugins/disklocation already exists Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Checking existing package /boot/config/plugins/disklocation/disklocation.2019.02.10.tar.bz2... Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Extracting plugin package... Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: Plugin and Package file disklocation.2019.02.10.tar.bz2 extracted and installed successfully Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: plugin: installed Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: plugin: installing: /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.active.streams.plg Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: plugin: running: anonymous Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: plugin: skipping: /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.active.streams/dynamix.active.streams.txz already exists Feb 9 17:19:45 Tower root: plugin: running: /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.active.streams/dynamix.active.streams.txz
  13. The syslog server in 6.7.0-rc3 works great! As an extension to this feature request, could we somehow leverage the /Tools/Syslog viewer to view files saved by the the syslog server?
  14. Drive "sdg" in my system is a flash drive that is used by an Unraid VM. When the VM is stopped, the device is listed in /dev: and shown by UD: When the VM is started, the device is no longer listed here: Nor is it shown by UD. However, regardless of whether the VM is stopped or started, it is shown on the dashboard: Including a link to interact with the drive: /Dashboard/New?name=sdg All this to say... once the device is claimed by the VM, can it be removed from the dashboard? This would be consistent with what is displayed on the UD tab. The attached diags are from after the VM is started (removed)
  15. (I installed 6.7.0-rc3 on my main server which has more going on than my VM) On the dashboard, it looks like there is a narrow column and a wide column. If you have a large number of shares, it pushes the wide Parity/Array/Cache block down the page and then adds it to the left colum, where it does not fit. Since it is a "wide" block, it should always stay in the right column. This screenshot is from Chrome, maximized on my 1920x1080 laptop.
  16. If I set the plugin to display battery or voltage, there is a broken image in the footer: I think it is because this file: https://github.com/dmacias72/IPMI-unRAID/blob/master/source/ipmi/usr/local/emhttp/plugins/ipmi/include/ipmi_temp.php has a few icon references: src='/plugins/ipmi/icons/mb.png' src='/plugins/ipmi/icons/cpu.png' that need to be converted to fa font icons since the images were removed from the plugin.
  17. Here is a much newer guide to running Unraid in a VM on an Unraid host, it takes advantage of some functionality that was added in 6.4
  18. Hey that worked! To complicate things further, I also have this 8 drive external case https://www.pc-pitstop.com/sata_enclosures/scsat84xt.asp any thoughts on having columns of 3, 5, and 8 drives? I'll probably add a second 8 drive case in the future to max out the LSI 9201-16e card. update... actually I can add the 5 and 3 together and have two columns of 8. That will work. Oh you're right! Does the plugin install the package only when needed?
  19. This is cool, thanks. Would you consider adding a way to mark a "tray" as hidden / not really there? My case has 5 hot swap bays and 3 trays across the bottom. I could add 2 columns of 5 rows, but I'd like to hide/remove two of the "trays" from the first column since they don't really exist. Also, would you consider putting in a request to upgrade smartmontools in the 6.7 series? Then you wouldn't have to overwrite it.
  20. this sounds ideal. I'm happy to help test too.
  21. The easiest way is to use the xxxxx.unraid.net certificate that Unraid provides. There are several options for using your own domain mentioned in this thread. None of them are easy.