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  1. Nah, my plex definitely survives a reboot. I've actually thrown back in my old 120gb cache for the time being so I can use plex and it's working fine. So if I follow the instructions in (A) again, just to make sure I did it right, it should work? Is there anything else I should try? Anything you guys have done differently or more specific? I feel like swapping cache drives should be pretty straight forward.
  2. Thanks for the reply. I checked out that link. My cache's file system is ReiserFS, so I followed the instructions on doing a file system check. Came out OK, no corruptions found: finished No corruptions found There are on the filesystem: Leaves 109554 Internal nodes 718 Directories 159977 Other files 361113 Data block pointers 25801995 (8207 of them are zero) Safe links 0 That's good right? Idk if the MC messages were errors or just issues with file permissions. All I remember for sure is it kept popping up asking what I wanted to do with certain files, skip or abort. Any ideas?
  3. Hopefully simple, as I feel it shouldn't be this complicated. My goal is to swap out my current cache drive (120 GB SSD) with a larger one (500 GB SSD) so I have more room for temporary download storage. I currently run PhAzE Plugins SR, CP, SAB, HP and Plex from the drive. I found two resources that walk you through how to do it HERE (A) and HERE (B). I first tried the instructions (A) which say to copy files using MC on telnet. I quickly realized this wasn't going to work for me because I was getting a ton of errors during the transfer where I had to skip many files. Since I basically want to clone the drive so the plugins stay perfectly in tact, I gave up on this strategy. Then I tried the second way (B), which again uses telnet, but uses rsync -avp to copy via command line. This looked promising as it didn't look like it was giving any errors, and after inspection all the files seemed to be there. Here are the steps I followed: 1.) Turn off all plugins writing to cache 2.) Use rsync -avp to copy cache drive to new dir on disk2 2.) Install and preclear new drive. Add to array and boot up. 3.) Copy back from disk4 to new empty cache using same command 4.) Start up plugins After booting up plugins, both CP and SAB are working fine. But Plex is like a new install, with all my libraries missing. SickRage is somewhere in the middle, it seems to have retained my settings, but all my shows are gone. I'm not sure how this is happening, unless some files did not get copied. I just wanna know how to swap out my cache drive for a larger one without screwing up all my plugins! I feel like this shouldn't be so complicated. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks guys!
  4. Awesome, this is really good info. I'm sure that was the issue. SAB is the program that created at least the complete folder, though I thought it created both. I didn't see a spot in SAB to specify folder permissions, just downloaded files. I ended up changing file ownership and group of movies from root root to nobody users so it was like the other folders. I then checked the permissions of the incomplete and complete folders, incomplete was readable and writable by both owner (nobody) and group (users), while complete was only accessible by owner (nobody). I then used chmod to change permissions to 770 (same as incomplete) and now I'm golden. Thanks for the help! For anyone experiencing similar problems, this is what I did. Before: drwxr-xr-x 4 nobody users 104 Oct 27 11:00 ./ drwxrwxrwx 6 nobody users 216 Nov 7 23:10 ../ drwx------ 4 nobody users 96 Nov 3 01:14 complete/ drwxrwx--- 1669 nobody users 136K Nov 7 23:28 incomplete/ I ran (in parent directory): # chmod 770 complete After: drwxr-xr-x 4 nobody users 104 Oct 27 11:00 ./ drwxrwxrwx 6 nobody users 216 Nov 7 23:10 ../ drwxrwx--- 4 nobody users 96 Nov 3 01:14 complete/ drwxrwx--- 1669 nobody users 136K Nov 7 23:28 incomplete/ Notice complete folder now has same permissions as incomplete. This solved my problem, I can now access both folders from my windows machine. For more info, including how I changed the ownership of folders in my complete folder, check out this web page. I found it very helpful.
  5. Will do, I'll check his threads tomorrow, thanks. This is what I got when I telnet: pleteTheSource:/# ls -lah /mnt/cache/applications/sabnzbd/config/Downloads/incom total 96K drwxrwx--- 1139 nobody users 92K Nov 5 23:13 ./ drwxr-xr-x 4 nobody users 104 Oct 27 11:00 ../ drwxrwx--- 3 nobody users 3.8K Nov 4 00:29 drwxrwx--- 3 nobody users 80 Nov 3 06:25 etet@TheSource:/# ls -lah /mnt/cache/applications/sabnzbd/config/Downloads/compl total 0 drwx------ 4 nobody users 96 Nov 3 01:14 ./ drwxr-xr-x 4 nobody users 104 Oct 27 11:00 ../ drwxrwxrwx 3 root root 120 Nov 4 19:56 movies/ drwxrwxrwx 2 nobody users 48 Nov 4 00:00 tv/ What does that all mean?
  6. Hopefully a simple solution. I just upgraded my system to v6, and with it changed over my plugins from unplugged to PhAzE. I basically cleaned house and started over - resetting all plugins and only transferring settings from unRaid. Now when I navigate to my SAB downloads folder via my win10 machine, I can still access \cache\applications\sabnzbd\config\Downloads\incomplete like I could before, but not \cache\applications\sabnzbd\config\Downloads\complete. I used to be able to access both before I upgraded and reinstalled everything. My computer is set up as user "cp", which has read and write access to just about every share - including the cache drive. I just want to know how I can find out what a files/folders permissions are and how to change them. As a temp workaround I'm using telnet to login and browse via Midnight Commander. Any info on this subject would be appreciated. I'm kind of new to linux and how these plugins an OS work. I've learned mainly by research and trial and error. Let me know if you need any more info. I read the sticky about posting, and I don't feel like any logs would be useful in this instance. Let me know if I'm wrong. Thanks!
  7. YES!!! Thank you RobJ!!! It did say busy, so I tried the first link you posted. I have no idea where he got that info, or how you came across that thread, but I'm glad you linked it. I tried changing the line append initrd=bzroot acpi_enforce_resources=lax like Pauven recommended in the post. That changed the output of modprobe it87 from busy to nothing at all. Any change is good. So I tried running sensors once more just for kicks, AND IT WORKED! I'm not quite sure why, as I am pretty tired and maybe a little buzzed as well, but I'm pretty pumped. I used the output of sensors to update my sensors.conf file to what it should be. For anyone interested*: # lines starting with "#" are comments and ignored # sensor configuration chip "it8718-isa-0e80" label temp1 "CPU Temp" label temp2 "NB Temp" label temp3 "MB Temp" The temp gauges probably aren't correct*, I'll tweak those later. But it's putting out temps to Dynamix! Probably not accurate, but at least it's working. I was pretty close to calling it quits cuz it was becoming more work than it was worth. Thanks again RobJ! If there was a thanks button I'd hit that fo sho. *Edit: Updated sensors.conf file code section to accurate labels for it8718F sensor.
  8. Thanks RobJ for the assistance. I tried your conf file, but no luck with my board. Guess it doesn't work well with phenom ii Processors. All the info I can find about lm_sensors and phenom ii is outdated. I feel like I'm missing something. I don't think it should be this hard, haha. I've successfully run sensors-detect using Perl and gotten some sensor information, like that I only have one sensor (it87), but every time I run sensors I still get the error. I don't know how to get the full name of the sensor I need to add to my conf file. I've even tried searching on diff forums and using some that others with the it87 chip have used with no luck. I'm pretty sure my chip is supported by lm-sensors, as it is listed here: (IT8718F) What am I missing?
  9. I was able to install Perl from unMenu, and ran sensors-detect, and it output: Now follows a summary of the probes I have just done. Just press ENTER to continue: Driver `it87': * ISA bus, address 0xe80 Chip `ITE IT8718F Super IO Sensors' (confidence: 9) Do you want to generate /etc/sysconfig/lm_sensors? (yes/NO): no To load everything that is needed, add this to one of the system initialization scripts (e.g. /etc/rc.d/rc.local): #----cut here---- # Chip drivers modprobe it87 /usr/bin/sensors -s #----cut here---- If you have some drivers built into your kernel, the list above will contain too many modules. Skip the appropriate ones! You really should try these commands right now to make sure everything is working properly. Monitoring programs won't work until the needed modules are loaded. Unloading i2c-dev... OK It only found the one sensor, and I used the output to add this to my 'go' file: # modprobe for each sensor modprobe it87 cp /boot/config/plugins/dynamix/sensors.conf /etc/sensors.d I then rebooted my server and tried running sensors with the same 'no sensors found!' error. I'm not sure how to build my sensors.conf file without being able to run 'sensors'. What do you mean by 'It looks like you don't have any modules/probes installed at all, which are required for your hardware.'? How do I go about installing these modules/probes? I did try adding 'chip "it8718-isa-0290"' to my sensors.conf file as I saw that on many forums that had posters with the it87 output, with no luck. Thanks for the help!
  10. Still new at this, not sure where to begin... Trying to build my sensors.conf file. I tried the default one outlined in the wiki with no luck (as expected). Not sure what to put in for my system. When entering sensors I get No sensors found! Make sure you loaded all the kernel drivers you need. Try sensors-detect to find out which these are. Anyone else get this error? Would installing the perl package help with sensors-detect call? If so what is a good place to put perl pkg (and future installs) on my flash to install it? After install will it be a part of unRAID from now on, or would I have to installpkg it every time? I ask cuz I don't want to have a bunch of stuff running on my rig that I never use. Thanks in advance for the clarification and advice.
  11. Haha, thanks for the reply. It does seem odd to have someone running this GUI without any active discs, glad I could help find a bug. Figured it was something to do with my setup lacking any discs. Not a big problem since I'll be putting in discs soon. I did change the Display array totals to no, which didn't fix it. I think you meant Show array utilization indicator which did solve the issue. Looks much better now. Thanks again!
  12. First off, I'm way new to unRAID in general. Still playing around and building my rig. Just found Dynamix today and tried loading it up. It's like a breath of fresh air compared to the stock GUI, not to mention all the sweet features and add-ons. So just wanted to say thanks to bonienl for all your hard work! On my machine on the webGUI there is a PHP error message: "Warning: Division by zero in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/webGui/template.php on line 41". It shows up just to the right of the main nav tabs. This pushes the % bar down a line and pushes one of the secondary tabs out of place as well. It is a constant error no matter what page I'm on. At first I wasn't sure if it was because I didn't have any discs plugged in as I was just getting used to unRAID. But after plugging in a couple (not part of the system yet, not ready to format as of now) the error is still there. It doesn't seem to affect functionality at all, tho I haven't done much of anything with my system yet. Not sure if it's a bug, or just some setting or status of my setup causing it. Just wondering if anyone knows what's causing this and how I can resolve it. Thanks in advance! P.S. I really like the new dashboard you're working on! Tho, IMHO, it could do without the word disc/s on every line. Maybe center the text in that column then, that would clean up the look of it. Just a thought.