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  1. Aww, updating to 1.30.2 (https://github.com/ZoneMinder/ZoneMinder/tree/release-1.30.2) would be really nice!
  2. Pro tip: Read the first post and completely remove the old version & reinstall. Simply upgrading did not work. It's nice to have a working version again
  3. I have exactly the same issue. Deluge is removing the write permission from user group on any folder it gets access. So nobody can write/delete the files via SMB. Haven´t changed anything inside the docker, see my config in attachment. Ditto. I kept running new permissions until I realized that it was this deluge docker container that would create new folders with the 0755 permissions instead of 0777. Help!
  4. I was just going to ask about this because I went to recover a file I accidentally deleted and noticed the recycle bin was empty. I guess that's what I get for running a beta version of unRAID
  5. There must have been something broken before, but unRAID did not/could not shutdown running VMs and would just power down causing unclean shutdowns. This appears to be fixed in 6.2.1 / 6.2.2.
  6. There must have been something broken before, but unRAID did not/could not shutdown running VMs and would just power down causing unclean shutdowns. This appears to be fixed.
  7. I still don't understand how or where I would use this command: xl shutdown -a to shutdown all my running VMs (currently using the powerdown plugin / in a K0 file) when I use the GUI to stop the array. Does unRAID handle that in 6.2.1 now?
  8. Thanks for bringing this plugin back! My Windows VMs (Server 2016 & 10), RHEL 7 & Ubuntu Server 16 LTS all shutdown without issue, but the Ubuntu 16 LTS desktop install gets stuck since it's asking for user input (see attached screenshot). That may just be a config setting within the vanilla install, but I haven't looked into it much. Thanks again!
  9. I did (and posted in your thread about being sad that it no longer worked in 6.2). Hopefully LT can look at this and support native shutdown using the GUI.
  10. Thanks for looking into the log! I created a few more VMs for testing and they all shutdown fine when I RDP/VNC/SSH into them and initiate a shutdown from within the VM itself. For whatever reason, they just aren't getting the signal from unRAID to shutdown.
  11. VMs are still reporting unclean shutdowns when I click stop array & then click reboot using the gui. I've attached the latest log file from /flash/logs, but only for events from today since the file was too big to attach. Edit: I have no problems remoting into each system and shutting them down manually. I just miss the old way where they'd shutdown right along with the rest of the system.
  12. For me, it was the ability to use a 'K' script to shutdown all my VMs cleanly when stopping the array without having to remote/ssh into each one and shut them down individually.
  13. Thanks for your hard work. I've reported the issue, so we'll see if anyone can chime in and help.