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  1. Yes, it's also included in the default configuration.
  2. Cool. Thanks for the link. So, the ebook-convert files are installed by default into /usr/bin. All I needed to do was to add "/usr/bin/ebook-convert" into the Path to convertertool. So far so good. The About page shows that the binary is recognized, and it displays the version number (4.14.0). Unfortunately, when I try to convert a book, the process fails and displays a "Failed" status on the Tasks page.
  3. Why does the URL for the WebUI contain "/airsonic"? i.e. http://192.168.1.10:4040/airsonic Is there a way to configure Airsonic to eliminate the need for the path? No other docker container I use has this requirement. It would be nice to be able eliminate it. Seems redundant when I access Airsonic through my reverse proxy with: http://airsonic.mydomain.com/airsonic
  4. Does anyone have this working? I would like to grab the executable from Calibre and toss it into my Calibre-Web instance like this poster is talking about, but it doen't work. It seems that ebook-convert has some dependencies.
  5. How can I switch from linuxserver/sickrage to this?
  6. Unraid Parity sync / Data rebuild: 2019-10-07 09:33 AM Notice [UNDROBO] - Parity sync / Data rebuild finished (0 errors) Duration: 1 day, 23 hours, 20 seconds. Average speed: 47.3 MB/s Unraid Disk 8 message: 2019-10-07 09:33 AM Notice [UNDROBO] - Disk 8 returned to normal operation ST8000DM004-2CX188_ZCT0AQQK (sdc)
  7. Sabnzbvpn is no longer loading for me. It stops at the following: dos2unix: converting file /config/openvpn/Switzerland.ovpn to Unix format...
  8. OK. Wow. So it looks like I might be OK! I can't believe it. You have been so unbelievably helpful, I can't thank you enough. I will update you when there is something else to report. The data rebuild is at 0.4%. I will let it run overnight and check in on it in the morning. Again, thank you very much.
  9. Yes. So I'm assuming you were able to determine that Disk10 didn't actually get overwritten at all, even though it was reported that it was rebuilding Disk10?
  10. OK. So far two notifications: - Disk 8, drive not ready, content being reconstructed - Parity sync / Data rebuild started Does that look good?
  11. And to confirm, Parity 1 will not get overwritten, and will be used to rebuild Disk 8?
  12. So, "mdcmd set invalidslot 8 29" enables Disk 10? Just want to verify this, since I see "8" and not "10" in the command.
  13. I don't have the diags from when it failed. I don't think I can assume Disk 10 is OK. I reports as having no filesystem. It seems that a rebuild of that drive started as I mentioned above. Is there a way to see if the drive is OK so that I can re-enable as you mention?
  14. Your assumptions are spot on. When I replaced Disk 8 (2 TB) with the new drive (8 TB), I set it aside, so like you, I assume the data on that old 2 TB drive is still intact. When it was part way through rebuilding Disk 8, it reported Disk 10 had failed, and it cancelled the rebuild. I let it sit for a few minutes while I scratched my head. After a while, a bunch of other disks were reporting failures, so I shutdown. Assuming it was a cabling or power supply issue, I cracked open the case to make sure all cables were seated properly. Then I started up the machine, and noticed that now Disk 8 seemed to be mounted (even though the rebuild only got to around 3%) and it now said it was rebuilding Disk 10. WHAT! I cancelled that rebuild (it only got to around 1-2%). That is the state I am now in.
  15. At this point what are my options? I assume worse case scenario is that I will have to build the array from scratch. Will I be able to start with a very small array (parity and one data drive), mount a drive from the old array, and copy files from the mounted old drive to the new array? Then once copied, add the old drive to the array and repeat with the next old drive? Am I correct? Is there a better option? Is there any way to recover files from old Disk 8 and 10? It seems that there is no longer a file system on them. They were XFS. Can I perform some sort of recovery or undelete? Is there a way to recover the old directory structure and file lists?