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  1. I am having an issue on my brothers server that I just can't figure out. Trying to determine if it is hardware related or not. At this point, it seems it is not, but I am running out of ideas. Diagnostic file attached. What is most noticeable is how sluggish his Windows VM feels. Containers are very slow to stop, update, and start. I simulated some disk activity by coping files to and from the cache through in this manner: /mnt/cache/tmp - dd if=/dev/zero of=loadfile bs=1M count=4096 4096+0 records in 4096+0 records out 4294967296 bytes (4.3 G
  2. Thank you for pointing me to that. I guess in my panic I didn't search very well.
  3. I hit this issue for the first time yesterday. anonymized-diagnostics-20210214-1549.zip
  4. Well, I couldn't see anything obvious in the logs as to a cause. So I went ahead and rebooted. Everything came back up fine, but it does make me uneasy. If anyone has any wise ideas on what might have happened I would be excited to hear it. Nothing in the environment has changed for months that I can think of. The only thing that ran over night last night when this seemed to occur were some SSH backup sessions where the server is the target and also an SSD TRIM. I don't see much else... Thanks!
  5. I noticed today that two of my containers were down. Tried to fire them back up and received a very generic "execution error" "server error" message. Took a look at Settings > Docker and found a message stating "one or more paths to not exist" (only shown in basic view). So I went to the CLI I found this, which can't be good: drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 272 Feb 14 15:28 cache/ drwxrwxrwx 15 nobody users 293 Jan 31 04:30 disk1/ drwxrwxrwx 9 nobody users 149 Nov 17 16:37 disk2/ drwxrwxrwx 9 nobody users 158 Feb 14 15:28 disk3/ drwxrwxrwt 3 nobody users 60 Nov 15 10:33 disks/ drwxrwxrwt
  6. Seems that I may have misunderstood that the apps-external directory must be created by the user during upgrade. For some reason I thought it unpacked from the zip, but apparently it does not. Then I noticed there was an external folder inside the 'apps' directory which lead me down the rabbit hole. Sorry for the noise, I was just trying to helpful, but wasn't. Thanks! For reference in case others run into similar confusion, below is what caused my confusion... unzip ./owncloud-complete-20201216.zip ls -alh ./owncloud/ total 416K drwxr-xr-x 12 root roo
  7. We'll, it sure was for me. Thanks anyway, Landon
  8. @dlandon Just wanted to let you know that in 10.6 is looks like they have changed the directory structure within 'apps'. The following line in the upgrade post at the beginning of this thread will need a minor change as follows: Current - Copy external apps 'cp -R /mnt/user/appdata/ownCloud/www/owncloud-old/apps-external/ /mnt/user/appdata/ownCloud/www/owncloud/apps-external/'. Migration from <10.6 to 10.6 - Copy external apps 'cp -R /mnt/user/appdata/ownCloud/www/owncloud-old/apps-external/ /mnt/user/appdata/ownCloud/www/owncloud/apps/external/'. From 10.6 going forward - Co
  9. Looks like someone on Amazon commented specifically that he is using this one with unraid, in case anyone else comes across this later. StarTech.com USB 3.1 PCIE Card - 5 Port - 1x USB-C - 2x USB-A - 1x 2 Port IDC - Internal USB Header Expansion - USB C PCIe Card (PEXUSB312EIC)
  10. Hey all, Looking at a USB card, particularly because it has USB C 3.2 ports on it which I would like to use with an Oculus Quest 2 link cable in my gaming VM. I am looking at this one: Inateck PCIe to USB 3.2 Gen 2 Card with 20 Gbps Bandwidth, 3 USB Type-A and 2 USB Type-C Ports, KU5211, Red https://smile.amazon.com/Inateck-Bandwidth-Type-Type-C-KU5211/dp/B08M5YHWFD/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=usb+3.2+pcie+card&qid=1606627986&sr=8-3 Any reason to think this won't work? Anyone happen to have experience with this card, or another that h
  11. Understood, but life gets busy. I'll do my best. Upgrade went perfect on the new legacy build. Thanks again.
  12. I too found myself in this position. I am working through the upgrade on the -legacy repo, but I am getting the following when trying to run the occ upgrade. "root@myidhere:/config/www/owncloud# sudo -u abc ./occ upgrade This version of ownCloud requires at least PHP 7.2.0 You are currently running PHP 7.1.33-4+ubuntu18.04.1+deb.sury.org+1. Please update your PHP version." So I think I am stuck between repo versions trying to get 10.5 up and going. Thoughts? Thanks for your work on this, it has been super solid for me since you put it out. -Landon
  13. Thank you so much for your response! The server is back up and going with all data in tact. Thanks again for giving me some comfort in doing that! Now, off to create some more robust backups for him.
  14. Hey all, through an unfortunate sequence of events, my buddies flash drive has died and the backups I was retaining for him are also gone. I found this thread that gives me some comfort in getting things going again for the array, but it doesn't specifically say much about the cache pool. In this case there are only two drives in the array, so I think that will be simple to put back together using the UD method mentioned to identify the parity disk. However, if I assign the SSDs back into the cache pool, does the order of those matter, and does checking the box for 'par