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  1. Suggestion for v3 -- I had a file get corrupted in my Radarr docker appdata, and had to retrieve it, and extracting the 2mb .xml file took forever because my .tar.gz backup file is huge. Can you add a setting to back up each docker container to individual .tar.gz files, rather than one enormous file?
  2. I may be having the same problem as plantsandbinary, I'm unable to connect to controlr from my server. I have attached a screenshot and copy of the log file. edit: Running unraid 6.5.3. controlr.log
  3. Does anyone know a good way to automatically delete the duplicate files that this script finds? I had a 6TB drive become unmountable, recovered over 5TB of files from the emulated drive, then realized I hadn't tried repairing the filesystem, and got my drive back, so now I've got 5+TB of duplicate files, spread all across my array.
  4. I've got the SAS2LP as well and had tons of problems while running it under ESXi. I switched to running unraid on bare metal with 6.0 and have had zero issues since. Are you virtualizing unraid?
  5. I've got my Unraid server set up in a room that shares it's breaker with an A/C unit. The power output from this plug has a tendency to drop momentarily whenever the A/C kicks on, and my UPS takes over for a couple of seconds. Nothing bad enough to cause other things like my xbox or old ReadyNAS to turn off, but just enough to upset the UPS. Problem is, on hot days when the A/C kicks on and off all the time, I get back to the webui for my server and have to close dozens of UPS alerts, even though the UPS was only active for a couple of seconds. Is there a way to implement a delay before issuing a notification that the UPS kicked in? A few seconds is no problem, but anything longer than a minute I want to know about. I'm running Unraid 6.0.1 and my UPS is an APC Back-UPS CS 500, connected via com port to USB. It's quite old, but works well and will run the server and all the peripherals for 15 minutes or so with no wall connection, so I'd rather not replace it unless I have to.
  6. So how much of an ordeal is it to switch Plex Dockers? I'm currently using Binhex, but will be getting the Plex Pass soon so I can ditch my Chromecast and watch directly through my Xbox 1, and I think I'm going to use the Linuxserver version.