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  1. I did. So I guess it's actually not then? The overnight sync should correct correct the any errors in the parity, right? Or should I do a new config again, reassign the disks and NOT check the parity is valid box
  2. So, I've done it now and suprisingly, no parity check was triggered. I kept the config for the cache and parity drive, rearranged the data drives in their designated array locations, and started the array. I checked that parity is already valid, and it started without any hiccups. I'm gonna do a parity check overnight manually just to be on the safe side, but guess I'm good to go. Thanks for the input everyone!
  3. If I keep the current configuration and use the same assignments for 1-4, that makes sense. But it will trigger a parity sync once I make disk 6 disk 5, regardless if I keep my current config, correct?
  4. Hi everyone. I'm pretty sure I know how to do this, but I'm a bit on the paranoid side and I'd be really happy if someone could confirm and/or suggest a better solution if there is one. The attached image is my current array. Here's what I'd like to do. 1. Remove Disk 5 from the array 2. Move disk 6, to the disk 5 slot What I think is the best methodology is: 1. Stop the array - Tools - New Configuration 2. Assign parity and drives 1-4 in the same slots 3 Assign the current disk 6 to disk 5 4. Start the array, and
  5. Thank you for the explanation! Will leave it as is then.
  6. First of all, thanks for the container binhex. It's working great with PIA and port forwarding for the incoming port is working as advertised. However, I was wondering about the outgoing ports. I use a private tracker exclusively, and I'm trying to optimise for upload speeds. My network settings are in the attached image. Can I use the same port for outgoing traffic as the incoming port? I've tested and confirmed that it is open. Is there a best practice here? Any recommendations is appreciated! Using PIA as mentioned through their Swiss server.
  7. I'm having problems making a setting for a plugin stick. I use the Extractor plugin to unpack RAR's downloaded by Radarr and Sonarr and they both look for the extracted file in the original folder for the Torrent in question. The plugin has an option to create a sub-folder with the name of the torrent, which basically defaults to the torrent being extracted to the same folder and the rest of the automated process to complete successfully. However, this gets reset every time the container is restarted or updated. My server updates dockers automatically once a week, and I don't alway
  8. Hello fellow Unraiders. My server is currently running on old hardware. An i5 Ivy Bridge 3500k with 4 cores, 16 GB DDR3. I keep toying with the idea of upgrading my server to accommodate a proper gaming VM with passthrough so I can have a fully functioning desktop that I can game on using the same box. I don't have a gaming machine at the moment and I find myself missing it. My server is currently used for file storage and quite a lot of docker containers for various services,. Sonarr, Radarr, piHole, Calibre, Crashplan Pro for offsite backup, and a few others, And of course, Plex.
  9. Pretty secure password wise. 30 character random letters and symbols stored via self hosted Bitwarden. Can anyone comment on the safety of the webdav protocol itself and how it holds up compared to others like SFTP?
  10. I was wondering how secure WebDAV access is via Nextcloud. I have mounted my main Unraid storage share as external storage in NextCloud to be able to access files via the Windows Explorer on my work computer, and I'm wondering how secure this is. I'm using spaceinvaderone's Let'sEncrypt reverse proxy setup on my own domain for web access. However, I have concerns about exposing my server like this. The reason for doing it, is that my work computer is locked for software installation, so I cannot run OpenVPN to get access that way. I'd be happy if someone would comment o
  11. Right. I changed out [audio] portion to [audio] output = audioresample ! audio/x-raw,rate=48000,channels=2,format=S16LE ! audioconvert ! wavenc ! filesink location=/tmp/snapfifo Still no sound. Also, tried running the local scan through the console and got the following output: /usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/mopidy/ext.py:202: PkgResourcesDeprecationWarning: Parameters to load are deprecated. Call .resolve and .require separately. extension_class = entry_point.load(require=False) INFO Starting Mopidy 2.2.2 INFO Loading config from builtin d
  12. I'm having trouble getting sound output and being able to see local files. Spotify loads up, but the server keeps connecting and disconnecting. This is my conf file. I'm guessing the [audio] portion is wrong. I've tried some other variations like: mixer = software mixer_volume = output = autoaudiosink buffer_time = But to no avail. [core] data_dir = /var/lib/mopidy [local] media_dir = /media [m3u] playlists_dir = /var/lib/mopidy/playlists [logging] config_file = /etc/mopidy/logging.conf debug_file = /var/log/mopidy/mopidy-debug.log [mpd] hostname = 192.168.1.3 port = 6600 [http
  13. The company is huge (government) and any requests to the IT helpdesk go to low level techs with no authority basically. Even Onenote notebook syncing which is something most people use doesn't work properly all the time because of harsh proxy settings and hundreds of firewalls. Yes I actually mean hundreds, it's no joke. There might actually be good news though. I moved over to a Mac about 6 months ago and had a PC previously. Spotify worked on the PC, but not the Mac. Now I have a new PC again, but haven't been to work since I got it. So Spotify might be working again. So hopefull
  14. That worked. It had to be something simple. But once I logged in (which took forever), the prompts to add or replace doesn't work properly. If I click either one of them, it goes to the next step, but bounces back to the first again after 1 second, I've had a lot of issues with the service generally (not specific to the container), and I don't think I'm gonna keep it anyway. With redundancy on the server and the important stuff backed up to an additional RAID1 array, I'm pretty safe from catastrophe I reckon.
  15. I got an e-mail from CrashPlan saying that my server hasn't been backed up for 3 days. When I go to check, my CrashPlan container will not start the WebUI. I just get the red X next to the CrashPlan logo and nothing appears in the opened window. The logs indicate nothing that everything isn't working. I've tried starting with a fresh appdata folder and reinstalling the docker, but nothing seems to get it to start. I'm quite frankly at a loss. Suggestions please? Edit: This came out of the log once I tried to connect. Last line is marked red. 08/11/2018 16:02:
  16. It was kind of hard to figure out where to put this thread since it's not related to a single docker container, but if this is clearly the wrong subforum, please move it appropriately. Apologies in advance! I have the following issue. At work, there is a proxy wall from hell which basically blocks just about everything, including the Spotity, both client and web player. I can access the web player, but nothing plays. I've also tried the =http1 url option to no avail. I've also tried creating a socks5 proxy on my Unraid server, but spotify refuses to connect to it from behind my wor
  17. Thanks! That did the trick. I've been doing a lot of syncing with the server so had to wait a while before I could a reboot. Awesome. Didn't even need the safe mode.
  18. /bin/ls: cannot access '/usr/bin/mc': No such file or directory Still no luck. Seems like it just isn't there. If I cd into that directory, there isn't anything resembling mc in the folder at all.
  19. .:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin
  20. All lower case. To make sure, I've tried all other variations as well.
  21. I'm currently re-arranging my shares and I've created a new share and copying files across. I'm currently just doing it via the command line, but I'd like to have some sort of gui. I know Midnight Commander well enough, and I know it's supposed to be included with Unraid 6, but when I type mc into the terminal, I get a prompt saying command not found. What's up and how can I get it working?
  22. So yeah. I feel pretty silly now. Over the wired connection, everything is fine and I'm topping out the gigabit link speed. Problem solved. Gonna see what I can do to ramp up my WiFi connection.
  23. So my attempt at reformatting and trim made no difference. 11 MB/S writes and around 30 MB/S reads. I tried both AFP and SMB, and used your suggestion John. No difference in performance. OSX compat is enabled. Network wise everything is hooked up to gigabit ethernet except the laptop I'm currently using which uses AC wireless. I expect some performance loss with wifi obv, but it shouldn't be this severe. tuxieserver-diagnostics-20180902-1606.zip
  24. SMB. I've used AFP in the past and it's been even slower. To 6.5.3 from whatever the official release was before that. No RC releases. Cache disk is formatted as XFS. Samsung 850 EVO PRO SSD. Have run TRIM commands. Cache for the share and globally has been enabled. I've just started the mover so I can format it to BTRFS, TRIM it again, and see if the speed improves. Which diagnostics would you like to see?
  25. Hi. After the latest Unraid update I'm experiencing slow file transfers from my Mac (High Sierra) to my Unraid server. Before the update, it was pretty snappy, but now it's transferring to the cache drive (I've checked) at a measly 13/14 MB/S. If I use the terminal on the server or Dolphin GUI to transfer files from one disk to the other (my downloads folder to my movies folder), it transfers at full speed still, and uses the cache drive like it's intended to be used. I've tried with OSX compatibility on or off, but it seems like I'm stuck with s