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  1. Ok, here's the log after a crash. Interestingly didn't get a kernel panic this time, just became unresponsive and needed a hard reset. Leading up to this, the system had only been on a few hours, no changes to it from previous (it had been on over a week with no problem, only shut it down to switch a power cable). The log is full of stuff that isn't usually there, so I'm assuming it's indicative of the problem. Some of the symptoms were a few cores spiked to 100%, and then the system ground to a halt a few minutes later. If anyone has insights, I'd appreciate it. Thanks! diag
  2. Thanks, I'll give it a go. That was a nice, easy tutorial.
  3. Can't make heads or tails of it myself, anyone have any advice? Leads to a complete hard lockup of the system. Always reboots fine, though. Running 6.8.3. Nothing has changed in the system, that I know of, since this began. Mem test came back clean.
  4. nope. https://developer.nvidia.com/video-encode-and-decode-gpu-support-matrix-new
  5. I do have PiHole, tried disabling it, still no dice. Oddly enough, the other Nvidia builds download fine as well - it's just 6.8.2 that doesn't work. Really weird. Might just wait awhile.
  6. Currently trying to update to 6.8.2 - stuck at the download screen...isn't downloading. If I select any of the standard builds, they work. Some issue server-side? Anyone else seeing this?
  7. I love the ability to mix and match drives. More recently, the plethora of docker and VM options got me to purchase a second license. It's just too easy to set up, haha. I would like to see the ability to have multiple drive pools or manage multiple servers from a single pane of glass.
  8. Have been on unraid since 2015. Allowed me to build a server I never thought possible (given my total lack of Linux knowledge). Please keep up the great work
  9. So what's the proper way to fix it if I'm seeing: Warning: parse_ini_file(state/network.ini): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/template.php on line 43 Warning: extract() expects parameter 1 to be array, boolean given in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/template.php on line 43 Delete config/plugins/dynamix.plg on the flashdrive then reboot the server powerdown -r Worked like a charm No! I removed the dynamix.plg and restarted. Then i updated to 6.2 without updating anything else. Now I cannot reach the webGui.
  10. Followed your instructions - worked perfectly. It's humming away on a parity sync. Thank you so much! The disk itself was a case of me being sloppy - I'd pulled it from a PC of mine and sort of suspected it had some issues but kind of ignored them. Forgot about them and tossed it in the server. Tons of bad sector errors. Didn't run the pre-clear script, just whatever the default unRAID clear and format is for a newly added disk. Will run pre-clear in the future to test for this sort of thing. Good learning experience.
  11. So last night I stuck a new disk in my array. It went through the clear and format, etc. Afterwards, it started throwing errors like crazy and I've determined the disk is bad. I have removed the disk from the array and now it shown as missing. I just want to tell unRaid to ignore the disk ever existed and go back to having 7 disks instead of 8. To my knowledge, no data was written or should be lost, so it's of no concern. How do I go about just telling unRaid to quit the missing errors and basically treat the disk as lost? Unraid 6.1.6
  12. Did you find it? I stuck it in the banner thread a few down from this one. If not, let me know and I'll post it for you.
  13. Just picked up an APC BR1300G as a battery backup solution - plugged it in, turned on the APC daemon in unRAID and it just works! Fantastic work team. Easiest set up I've ever seen. Made me very happy. Pics: http://imgur.com/a/GZdCW
  14. unRAID OS Version: 6.1.3 Description: For the past week or so, every time I shut down my VM (that is, issue a shut down or restart command from inside the Windows 7 VM - such as for system updates) when Windows shuts down it takes down the entire unRAID server. WebGUI becomes unresponsive, SSH unreachable, shares cut off, etc. The only way to get the system back is to restart the server. How to reproduce: Issue shut down or restart command inside Windows 7 VM Expected results: Total system crash Actual results: Other information: Attached syslog and V