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  1. Got it. Thanks again for the help!
  2. Oddly, after crossing about 5.5% parity check completion, the parity speed has returned to normal levels (currently ~142MB/sec). I am also seeing more normal CPU utilization (~20%, no cores maxed). I'm not sure why, but I'll take it. I'll keep monitoring this for a few more hours, and will mark this solved if the slow parity issue doesn't return. In the meantime, if there are any other issues I should look into, I welcome the pointers. Thanks to Squid and JorgeB for the help!! M
  3. Got it, thanks! Here's the output: # sar -dp 5 5 Linux 4.19.107-Unraid (Tower) 01/02/2021 _x86_64_ (6 CPU) 11:54:41 AM DEV tps rkB/s wkB/s dkB/s areq-sz aqu-sz await %util 11:54:46 AM loop0 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 11:54:46 AM loop1 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 11:54:46 AM loop2 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 11:54:46 AM loop3 0.20 0.00
  4. Update: Docker rebuild seems not to have solved it. I did notice that my Arq backup to unraid was doing a cleanup task, so I paused that. Since doing that speeds have gone from 1MB to ~20MB, still well below the normal ~100MB average.
  5. Hey Jorge, I dont seem to have the system report binary installed, nor do I see it in nerd pack. Any ideas?
  6. I've just deleted my docker.img, reinstalled dockers, performed a clean restart, but the parity issue seems to remain...
  7. They seem to be... All are reachable by web. Any idea how I can I figure out which docker is doing that? (And predictable follow up question): Any suggestions for how to solve it? EDIT: As I sent this, Sonarr went unavailable and seems to be unable to be stopped by the webgui. I think maybe thats the one... Thanks, Squid!
  8. Greetings fellow UnRAIDers, and happy new year! I'm seeing some very slow parity check speeds (see below) on my monthly parity check today. I did reboot a couple times today after some slowness on the webUI and a docker crash (everything unavailable). The reboot seems to have sorted the docker problem, but now I have a new issue: slow parity speed. It's max/min is between ~25MB/sec and under 1MB/sec, which is far slower than normal. Enclosed are diagnostics taken during the slow parity check, and a couple screenshots. Any help is very much appreciated. Cheers!
  9. +1, I would love to have a Caddy Docker for UnRaid! Thanks for considering doing that!
  10. Quick (and probably obvious) question: How does one update the jitsi components when deployed in this way?
  11. mattyx


    FWIW, I would love this. +1 demand unit.
  12. Just curious what this assertion is based on. Could you share some details?
  13. Hmm. I'm observing either that this feature is broken, or something is confusing it. I confirmed manually that there are no overlapping files, the parent folders are identically named, and I even copied a single season, rather than the whole lot. No dice, I'm only offered to replace or stop. EDIT: I totally missed the part where I have to hold option. My mistake! Sorry! It's working now. Thanks so much for the replies!
  14. Unless there's a merge feature in the Finder (there very well may be), the problem is that shows and even portions of seasons are split between the correct and incorrect locations. I tried what you suggested, but I am only offered "replace" or "stop" when I drop the folder. Any ideas?
  15. Thanks for the tip! One challenge is that there are many subdirectories, so moving them manually will be time consuming (and tedious). I am wondering if there's a sweet one-liner someone could suggest that would move everything up a directory level while preserving the subdirectory structure. Example: Moving files from /mnt/user/TV/TV/Show/Season-06 to /mnt/user/TV/Show/Season-06 (which may already exist and have some content). Thanks!!