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  1. Things are back to working normally so that was definitely the culprit. Installed that plugin and configured it. Thanks for the tip!
  2. Didn’t know there was such a thing. I’ll install today after testing to make sure I can stream properly again. Thanks.
  3. Considering how long I’ve had Plex server in a docker with mostly no issues at all, I’m afraid to ask a seemingly stupid question. Can running a parity check and trying to stream a movie at 81Mbps or so cause the client to balk due to slow connection? And all direct playing so no load on CPU? And with 8 cores with u dear 10% utilization? I know damn well my network is fine and Plex should be fine as we watch something almost every night and lately 4K rips. Tonight I had to fallback to a 1080p version at about 30Mbps stream. I’ll be honest, I don’t know if I’ve ever tried streaming during a parity check so this might be normal. My parity check takes quite a while for me. Sitting at 21Tb on the array. So should I be worried about this and looking for what, I don’t know? server version is 6.8.3
  4. I just got hit by this. I got a warning about a vulnerability and ran the update. Down goes server. A) Why is this happening? B) Tried manually updating since the Mac USB creator tool fails on Catalina. Again, why? C) I don't have any spare USB drives lying around so what type am I supposed to buy now? Current one was the recommended version/brand from way back when. D) Is it possible that this is caused by a BIOS configuration issue? Of course it was booting before this update so I don't know.
  5. Yeah... I’m beginning to think I might need to. Duplicati and Backblaze B2 is probably the cheapest for large data storage. Definitely not as cheap as CrashPlan though. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  6. I pulled a copy from my automated backup on the array and restarted CP. Hope like hell it still reads the file!
  7. Saw there was an update this morning so I updated and I've waited for CP to do it's scanning thing, but wanted to verify settings in the my.services.xml file and... there is no my.services.xml file in the conf directory now! Where the heck did it go??
  8. I’m at 13TB uploaded for my unRAID server and another couple TB for my Mac. I still have 7TB to go on the server. Luckily I found a way to speed up the backups or it would have taken years to get this far. Even still it certainly isn’t terribly efficient. I do wish there were more options in backup services that can run native Docker though.
  9. Actually I think there’s only one setting that really matters and it looks like it doesn’t get touched. Either way it’s an easy edit if I see things slow to a crawl. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  10. Yeah. I get that. I needed to backup my media files which amount to 18Tb. I tried it before and was going to take years so I gave up only to come back to the idea after part of my server caught fire. Anyway, after researching the slowness I found a way to speed things up by disabling deduplication in the my.services.xml file. It isn’t recommended for normal things, but these files rarely if ever change. And I have some huge files from ripping discs without compression. So with a couple edits I’ll be able to upload everything in 3 months vs years. Not a bad trade off. Is it possible to have the items editable in the docker config so even after an update or restart the edits are mad automatically? If so I can supply the items needing editing. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk Pro
  11. Is there any way to prevent CrashplanPro from overwriting the my.services.xml file when updating? It's quite annoying.
  12. Thanks. Easy enough to use Firefox for now. I'm still on Mojave as well. I'm not updating till at least the first point release of Catalina.
  13. You're a genius. It was Safari and it never went away. Switched over to Firefox and it ran no problem and found no problems. Going to run an extended scan just in case. And I'm on the latest version as far as ai can tell - 2019.11.13.
  14. I had to rebuild my unRAID server with completely new hardware and can't seem to run Fix Common Problems now. I mean it launches and says it's scanning, but the window never goes away. Everything else appears like it's working as it should and I don't see any errors in the syslog. I had to restore my appdata and docker.img, but that shouldn't have anything to do with this right?
  15. Well, I brought it all the way up, found my docker.img backup and app data stuff and got those moved back to cache and.... it's running like a champ. No errors popped up in the GUI yet so I'm assuming I don't need to create a new config?