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  1. Tools -> System Log always shows the log from boot time, even if the syslogd has been HUP'd and the syslog is split across multiple files (/var/log/syslog, /var/log/syslog.1, /var/log/syslog.2, etc.) but clicking the Download button downloads a .zip file that contains only the syslog file (the syslog.1, syslog.2, etc. files are missing).
  2. That anomaly is discussed here - the important thing is that the free space is reported correctly:
  3. I never saw anything like that in the GUI. The temperatures were either correct or not displayed (asterisks). My first thought is that maybe something has become corrupted on your flash. That's the only plausible explanation I can come up with, but I guess you've already eliminated that.
  4. OpenZFS, as used by FreeNAS, is open source. EDIT: Oh, I see. I clash of two different licences.
  5. Yes, certainly they can. Why don't you keep your appdata on the cache pool? That's where most people keep it.
  6. It seems like it has worked in the past, then something broke it and it may be fixed again, or not. See this old thread:
  7. In that case, have you investigated whether the Unassigned Devices plugin would help you in the meantime? It allows devices that are not assigned to the array or the cache to be mounted when the array starts. It's quite possible that that isn't quite early enough to support putting the docker.img there and I haven't tried it, but it might be worth checking the support thread for that plugin.
  8. Forgive me if you mentioned it earlier in this 17-page thread, but why did you assign your SSD to the array? Why not simply assign it as the (single) cache drive and format it XFS? I can't think of any advantage in putting it in the array.
  9. Pool HDDs now spin down automatically after the chosen timeout and the GUI correctly shows their status. Thank you.
  10. When you stop the Docker or VM service nmbd outputs a lot of this to the syslog: Jul 13 12:17:15 Lapulapu nmbd[21118]: Packet send failed to ERRNO=Network is unreachable Jul 13 12:17:15 Lapulapu nmbd[21118]: [2020/07/13 12:17:15.221197, 0] ../../source3/nmbd/nmbd_packets.c:1638(retransmit_or_expire_response_records) Jul 13 12:17:15 Lapulapu nmbd[21118]: retransmit_or_expire_response_records: Failed to resend packet id 231 to IP on subnet Jul 13 12:17:15 Lapulapu nmbd[21118]: [2020/07/13 12:17:15.221229, 0] ../../source3/libsmb/nmblib.c:922(send_udp) The network addresses involved are associated with virtual devices, not the LAN. Perhaps it could be made a little quieter?
  11. I would answer FALSE to all of them. I think you're confusing the format of the file system used on the cache (and now in multiple pools) with the format used by the docker image.
  12. root@Lapulapu:~# hdparm -C /dev/sdf /dev/sdf: drive state is: standby root@Lapulapu:~#