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  1. True, the SAS drives have a slightly different connector than SATA. In most cases a SATA can fit into a SAS connector, but not the other way around. I am using this drive cage for my disks: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00DGZ42SM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 The odd thing for me is that the drive populates in the list of drives and only dies when I try to add it to the array. I am using this controller card for the interface: https://www.amazon.com/Supermicro-AOC-SAS2LP-MV8-8-Channel-Adapter-Channel/dp/B005B0Z2I4/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keyw
  2. Hey All, I am trying to install a new SAS HDD into my array (not my first SAS drive but most are SATA). When I reboot the unraid, I can see it as an unallocated blue square drive. I stop the array, bring up disk 22 (the next open slot), pull down to the drive. Things go gray for a bit and then it comes back with no device in slot 22 and no unallocated drive. In the syslog I get buffer i/o error on dev sdk. I've attached the diagnostics and syslog. Thanks ahead of time Panos syslog servme-diagnostics-20210128-1817.zip
  3. Yeah, that is what I thought. So I pulled the IP for github and added it for docker.io in the /etc/hosts. It didn't take. I would assume it didn't like the host header of docker.io going to github. So I did a little experimenting. I had my network adapter DNS order set to 192.168.0.1 --> 8.8.8.8 --> 8.8.4.4. I changed the order to 8.8.4.4 --> 8.8.8.8 --> 192.168.1.1 (I updated my local subnet) Now everything comes up fine. I am not even a novice at Docker so I don't understand why this worked, but now everything is functioning perfectly. I assume that it tries quer
  4. I have the community applications plugin installed. I uninstalled and reinstalled (2016.12.31). I deleted the docker.img file. I tried to rerun any docker install from container or apps tab and I am still getting the docker.io domain call and the same error.
  5. For me Docker is the preferred method. It is really nice to have the whole app containerized with the ability to map local paths. I have also noticed that Plex itself just had a big push for its docker image so there is for sure some big pushes coming from there. I used to run it as a plug in and it worked fine. I ran into some minor problems when I had to move my library around. Docker (at the time) would have made it easier.
  6. Hey All. TLDR: Every image I try to pull down for docker seems to only go to docker.io and I can't seem to find a way to change to any other domain. I was recently having trouble downloading updates for my docker images. Docker would say there is an update available but when I tried to download, it wouldn't get very far and come up with the following error: Error: Tag latest not found in repository docker.io/binhex/arch-plexpass I have several template repositories saved on Docker and none of them seem to be called when downloading the docker images. For instance, I added the
  7. As was mentioned before, the only way to get a true static IP is from your ISP. The usually have blocks of IPs that can be allocated for static. In my case it cost an extra $5 per month for that static IP. If you want a service to be accessible externally from your network, and you are planning on putting a domain on that static IP, you could use a dynamic DNS service as mentioned. That just means it will change the location of your domain (A record) to what ever ip you have on your router. Its usually only about a 15-30 min lag time. If you are running a minecraft server (po
  8. The steps I used to create this fun situation: After I stopped the array and shutdown the server, I replaced the 2TB drive with the 4TB, and started the server back up When the interface came back up, I clicked on Main, and it had the list of my drives with Disk 3 missing. The array was stopped. I clicked on the pull down and selected my new 4TB drive for the missing Disk 3. I then click on the link for Disk 3 and changed the File System Type to btrfs, clicked Apply, and then clicked Done. This took me back to the list of drives with the new drive selected for Disk 3 I then starte
  9. Hey all, TLDR: upgraded drive from 2Tb-4Tb, formatted 4Tb btrfs, after 12 hour parity restore, no data. All, I replaced a 2 Tb drive 2 days ago with a 4Tb. I am still running most of my drives as riserfs, but I decided to go to something a little different for my replacement drive. I stopped the array, shutdown the server, replaced the drive, started up, before starting the array, I formatted the 4Tb to btrfs, added to the array and rebuild the drive. It took aprox 12 hours for the restore. I noticed that the drive had 32,854 Reads and 10,399,343 writes. I assume with that amoun
  10. I recently picked up an MSI X99S GAMING 7 motherboard. Its equipped with a Killer Network adapter. As I loaded up unraid on this new motherboard, it would not load the network adapter. Is there any way to get drivers that would load this adapter?
  11. ok Update. The drive rebuild finished even though the UI died. I tailed the syslog to see when the rebuild was done. I am seeing that the previously mentioned HDD (sdb) is showing errors. I am going to search this on the forums, but for this question, I think I can call this thread done.
  12. Update. Through the commandline I have been able to pin this down to 1 drive (Drive 3 ST3000DM001-9YN166_W1F0XFZW (sdb)). Its producing a lot of errors from the WEBUI. I don't think I am going to do anything as I still have another drive rebuilding and its going to be another 20 hours, but its progressing, but I have a feeling that this other drive is going to fail as soon as the rebuild is done. I will update this thread after that has completed
  13. These might be symptoms of a bigger problem, but I frequently lose the ability to copy to my unraid using explorer in windows. Because of this I have opted to use FTP. While I was cleaning up some older empty folders during the rebuild process, and noticed they were not deleting. I then went to the commandline and tried to delete the unused folders there, and found that the file systems they were on would respond read-only when I was trying to delete the folders. See attached screen shot. Syslog is full of the following: Jun 24 19:00:17 Server kernel: ata10.00: exception Emas
  14. I am going through the process of rebuilding a 2Tb drive in my unraid. I am in need of restarting the server because some of the working drives have gone to Read/Only file systems. Before I do this, can anyone tell me if the rebuild process will keep going from where it is, or will it restart and take another couple of days? Thanks