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  1. So...this isn't quite what it sounds like. Long story short, I'm giving T-Mobile ISP a shot. Mostly because there's zero data caps (you know, allegedly) and I'm getting better speeds than Comcast offered, and it's $50 a month. If I can get things running the way I want them to, it seems like a workable solution. The biggest problem is that I can't port forward or do a DMZ IP or anything. The options are there in the actual gateway config, but T-Mobile's support, which is mostly pretty good, basically says "yeah, that isn't quite implemented yet. But, you know, it will be eventually. Probably". So, that's not exactly helpful. As a general ISP user, it works fine. But I've got too many docker containers that don't work correctly without the ability to forward ports. Most specifically, OwnCloud and Plex. I'm currently sampling AirVPN, since PIA only allows one port forward. But this is where it gets complicated. Let's say I want to do OwnCloud. I can setup a port forward that gets a random port and then forwards it to 8000. OK, great. But that port forward has to come in on something that's connected to the VPN. My Windows PC doesn't really do me a whole lot of good there. I've messed with SpaceInvader One's VPN forwarding instructions, and they work, but I haven't quite worked out how to do port forwarding with IPtables yet. I figure at worst I can use SpaceInvader One's instructions on an old Zbox dual-nic machine I've got and eventually get the port forwarding working. But this seems like a really long way to go to get around this problem. Another idea that occurred is that I could take an ASUS RT-3200AC that is currently operating as just an access point, install an OpenVPN client on it, and have it as a secondary gateway out of the network. Then point the unRAID machine's default gateway to that device. Then the port forwarding would (presumably) be fairly simple. Man, the lengths people will go to give Comcast the finger. Anyone have any suggestions?
  2. I understand this thread is an antique, but I'm having a hard time figuring out the correct place to try to find help here. I'm using the Owncloud docker provided through the Apps tab, which I believe is provided by Owncloud(?). The problem I'm having is figuring out how to add the SMB dependencies inside the container...and was hoping someone who knows Docker a lot more than I do (barely) could point me in the right direction.
  3. ...and there we go: That was with my config located at: /mnt/disk6/appdata/binhex-radarr I'll try bumping it to /mnt/cache/appdata/binhex-radarr, but I'm not feeling terrible confident at this point.
  4. So....seemed good for bit, and then poof, bad Plex database. Ive put in a 1.5TB 7200RPM cache disk, and am now running off of /mnt/cache/appdata/binhex-plexpass. And rebuilding, yet again.
  5. I've had a problem going on for some time, and now that I've gotten some other issues fixed it's time to look at this one. I've got a SiliconDust tuner on the network. I can get it up and running in Plex, with ~200 stations. And things seem....OK. The EPG downloads (ridiculously slowly, IMO) and then we're done. Then later, I'll come back to the Plex GUI, and looks, it's refreshing the EPG. And it's at 0%. It's like the thing is continually losing the EPG or something. Is this normal? Is there something I could have set correctly? It's not like there's a lot of config options in the DVR setup.
  6. If one wanted to revert to a previous version of the binhex-delugevpn docker, how would that be accomplished?
  7. Yes, as part of some rebuilding I was doing involving the whole SQL/appdata thing I neded up unknowingly updating. What used to be a web interface that would crash when more then half a dozen torrents were removed (and would take minutes to do so) is now doing it instantly with no crashes. Too bad about the Radarr thing. Hope it gets fixed soon.
  8. Oh that's good news. Sort of. Between this and the Radarr problem in the other thread, I thought for sure I had some hardware starting to go bad. Thanks for always being helpful, Binhex. You'e definitely a gem.
  9. I'll try that. For what it's worth, I'm not using a cache disk yet. So I'm trying it off /mnt/disk6/dockerconfigs/radarr. We'll see.
  10. I have what I'm hoping is a simple question on this one. It seems, no matter what I do (restricting config to one specific brand new disk, splitting it, whatever) I am finding the Radarr database constantly getting corrupted. It seems if I restart the docker, it leads to a screwed up database, and I'm usually going to end up having to restore from backup, or reinstall completely. Which means more scans, etc etc. I just go into the log and see this over and over: CommandExecutorStarting 2 threads for tasks.5:12pm TaskExtensionsTask Error: database disk image is malformed database disk image is malformed5:10pm TaskExtensionsTask Error: database disk image is malformed database disk image is malformed5:10pm TaskExtensionsTask Error: database disk image is malformed database disk image is malformed SignalR exception thrown by Task: System.AggregateException: One or more errors occurred. ---> System.IO.IOException: Unable to write data to the transport connection: Connection reset by peer. ---> System.Net.Sockets.SocketException: Connection reset by peer at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Send (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 size, System.Net.Sockets.SocketFlags socketFlags) [0x00017] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/referencesource/System/net/System/Net/Sockets/Socket.cs:1540 at System.Net.Sockets.NetworkStream.Write (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 size) [0x0009b] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/referencesource/System/net/System/Net/Sockets/NetworkStream.cs:591 --- End of inner exception stack trace --- at System.Net.Sockets.NetworkStream.Write (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 size) [0x000c3] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/referencesource/System/net/System/Net/Sockets/NetworkStream.cs:602 at System.Net.ResponseStream.InternalWrite (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 count) [0x0001b] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/System/System.Net/ResponseStream.cs:136 at System.Net.ResponseStream.Write (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 count) [0x0008d] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/System/System.Net/ResponseStream.cs:162 at Microsoft.Owin.Host.HttpListener.RequestProcessing.ExceptionFilterStream.Write (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 count) [0x00024] in <208c8ef8a4ba4b878f0e4420d5960bea>:0 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Owin.ServerResponse.Write (System.ArraySegment`1[T] data) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Owin\ServerResponse.cs:50 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BinaryTextWriter+<>c.<.ctor>b__0_0 (System.ArraySegment`1[T] data, System.Object state) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BinaryTextWriter.cs:12 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BufferTextWriter+ChunkedWriter.Flush (System.Byte[] byteBuffer, System.Boolean flushEncoder) [0x00027] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BufferTextWriter.cs:182 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BufferTextWriter+ChunkedWriter.Flush (System.Boolean flushEncoder) [0x00008] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BufferTextWriter.cs:163 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BufferTextWriter+ChunkedWriter.Flush () [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BufferTextWriter.cs:155 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BufferTextWriter+ChunkedWriter.Write (System.ArraySegment`1[T] data) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BufferTextWriter.cs:149 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BinaryTextWriter.Write (System.ArraySegment`1[T] data) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BinaryTextWriter.cs:31 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Transports.PersistentResponse.WriteMessages (System.IO.TextWriter writer, Newtonsoft.Json.JsonTextWriter jsonWriter) [0x00063] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Transports\PersistentResponse.cs:167 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Transports.PersistentResponse.Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Json.IJsonWritable.WriteJson (System.IO.TextWriter writer) [0x000f5] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Transports\PersistentResponse.cs:131 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Json.JsonNetSerializer.Serialize (System.Object value, System.IO.TextWriter writer) [0x0000a] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Json\JsonNetSerializer.cs:61 at NzbDrone.SignalR.Serializer.Serialize (System.Object value, System.IO.TextWriter writer) [0x0001f] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\NzbDrone.SignalR\Serializer.cs:20 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Transports.LongPollingTransport.PerformSend (System.Object state) [0x00085] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Transports\LongPollingTransport.cs:315 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Transports.LongPollingTransport+<>c.<Send>b__43_0 (System.Object state) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Transports\LongPollingTransport.cs:157 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.TaskQueue.<Enqueue>b__14_0 (System.Func`2[T,TResult] next, System.Object nextState) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\TaskQueue.cs:85 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.TaskAsyncHelper.FromMethod[T1,T2] (System.Func`3[T1,T2,TResult] func, T1 arg1, T2 arg2) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\TaskAsyncHelper.cs:764 --- End of inner exception stack trace --- ---> (Inner Exception #0) System.IO.IOException: Unable to write data to the transport connection: Connection reset by peer. ---> System.Net.Sockets.SocketException: Connection reset by peer at System.Net.Sockets.Socket.Send (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 size, System.Net.Sockets.SocketFlags socketFlags) [0x00017] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/referencesource/System/net/System/Net/Sockets/Socket.cs:1540 at System.Net.Sockets.NetworkStream.Write (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 size) [0x0009b] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/referencesource/System/net/System/Net/Sockets/NetworkStream.cs:591 --- End of inner exception stack trace --- at System.Net.Sockets.NetworkStream.Write (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 size) [0x000c3] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/referencesource/System/net/System/Net/Sockets/NetworkStream.cs:602 at System.Net.ResponseStream.InternalWrite (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 count) [0x0001b] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/System/System.Net/ResponseStream.cs:136 at System.Net.ResponseStream.Write (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 count) [0x0008d] in /build/mono/src/mono/mcs/class/System/System.Net/ResponseStream.cs:162 at Microsoft.Owin.Host.HttpListener.RequestProcessing.ExceptionFilterStream.Write (System.Byte[] buffer, System.Int32 offset, System.Int32 count) [0x00024] in <208c8ef8a4ba4b878f0e4420d5960bea>:0 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Owin.ServerResponse.Write (System.ArraySegment`1[T] data) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Owin\ServerResponse.cs:50 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BinaryTextWriter+<>c.<.ctor>b__0_0 (System.ArraySegment`1[T] data, System.Object state) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BinaryTextWriter.cs:12 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BufferTextWriter+ChunkedWriter.Flush (System.Byte[] byteBuffer, System.Boolean flushEncoder) [0x00027] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BufferTextWriter.cs:182 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BufferTextWriter+ChunkedWriter.Flush (System.Boolean flushEncoder) [0x00008] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BufferTextWriter.cs:163 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BufferTextWriter+ChunkedWriter.Flush () [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BufferTextWriter.cs:155 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BufferTextWriter+ChunkedWriter.Write (System.ArraySegment`1[T] data) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BufferTextWriter.cs:149 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.BinaryTextWriter.Write (System.ArraySegment`1[T] data) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\BinaryTextWriter.cs:31 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Transports.PersistentResponse.WriteMessages (System.IO.TextWriter writer, Newtonsoft.Json.JsonTextWriter jsonWriter) [0x00063] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Transports\PersistentResponse.cs:167 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Transports.PersistentResponse.Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Json.IJsonWritable.WriteJson (System.IO.TextWriter writer) [0x000f5] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Transports\PersistentResponse.cs:131 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Json.JsonNetSerializer.Serialize (System.Object value, System.IO.TextWriter writer) [0x0000a] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Json\JsonNetSerializer.cs:61 at NzbDrone.SignalR.Serializer.Serialize (System.Object value, System.IO.TextWriter writer) [0x0001f] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\NzbDrone.SignalR\Serializer.cs:20 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Transports.LongPollingTransport.PerformSend (System.Object state) [0x00085] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Transports\LongPollingTransport.cs:315 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Transports.LongPollingTransport+<>c.<Send>b__43_0 (System.Object state) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Transports\LongPollingTransport.cs:157 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Infrastructure.TaskQueue.<Enqueue>b__14_0 (System.Func`2[T,TResult] next, System.Object nextState) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\Infrastructure\TaskQueue.cs:85 at Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.TaskAsyncHelper.FromMethod[T1,T2] (System.Func`3[T1,T2,TResult] func, T1 arg1, T2 arg2) [0x00000] in C:\projects\radarr-usby1\src\Microsoft.AspNet.SignalR.Core\TaskAsyncHelper.cs:764 <---7:39am TorznabAn error occurred while processing feed. http://192.168.1.44:9117/api/v2.0/indexers/ettv/results/torznab/api?t=movie&cat=2000,2010,2020,2030,2035,2040,2045,2050,2060&extended=1&apikey=(removed)&offset=0&limit=100: Torznab error detected: Jackett.Common.IndexerException: Exception (ettv): Request to https://www.ettv.to/torrents.php?c49=1&c1=1&c2=1&c3=1&c47=1&c76=1&c42=1&c65=1&c51=1&c67=1&c66=1&search=&sort=id&order=desc&incldead=1 failed (Error 522) - The tracker seems to be down. ---> System.Exception: Request to https://www.ettv.to/torrents.php?c49=1&c1=1&c2=1&c3=1&c47=1&c76=1&c42=1&c65=1&c51=1&c67=1&c66=1&search=&sort=id&order=desc&incldead=1 failed (Error 522) - The tracker seems to be down. at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseWebIndexer.CheckTrackerDown(WebClientStringResult response) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 579 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseWebIndexer.RequestStringWithCookies(String url, String cookieOverride, String referer, Dictionary`2 headers) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 446 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.CardigannIndexer.PerformQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/CardigannIndexer.cs:line 1230 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 331 --- End of inner exception stack trace --- at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 351 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseWebIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 815 at Jackett.Server.Controllers.ResultsController.Torznab(TorznabRequest request) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Server/Controllers/ResultsController.cs:line 3676:20am TorznabAn error occurred while processing feed. http://192.168.1.44:9117/api/v2.0/indexers/rarbg/results/torznab/api?t=movie&cat=2000,2010,2020,2030,2035,2040,2045,2050,2060&extended=1&apikey=(removed)&offset=0&limit=100: Torznab error detected: Jackett.Common.IndexerException: Exception (rarbg): Error reading JObject from JsonReader. Path '', line 0, position 0. ---> System.Exception: Parse error ---> Newtonsoft.Json.JsonReaderException: Error reading JObject from JsonReader. Path '', line 0, position 0. at Newtonsoft.Json.Linq.JObject.Load(JsonReader reader, JsonLoadSettings settings) at Newtonsoft.Json.Linq.JObject.Parse(String json, JsonLoadSettings settings) at Jackett.Common.Indexers.Rarbg.PerformQuery(TorznabQuery query, Int32 attempts) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/Rarbg.cs:line 195 --- End of inner exception stack trace --- at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseWebIndexer.OnParseError(String results, Exception ex) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 842 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.Rarbg.PerformQuery(TorznabQuery query, Int32 attempts) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/Rarbg.cs:line 268 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.Rarbg.PerformQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/Rarbg.cs:line 142 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 331 --- End of inner exception stack trace --- at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 351 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseWebIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 815 at Jackett.Server.Controllers.ResultsController.Torznab(TorznabRequest request) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Server/Controllers/ResultsController.cs:line 36712:16am DetectSample[/media/Yoga (2009)/Yoga (2009).mp4] has a runtime of 0, is it a valid video file?Yesterday TorznabAn error occurred while processing feed. http://192.168.1.44:9117/api/v2.0/indexers/rarbg/results/torznab/api?t=movie&cat=2000,2010,2020,2030,2035,2040,2045,2050,2060&extended=1&apikey=(removed)&offset=0&limit=100&imdbid=0145660: Torznab error detected: Jackett.Common.IndexerException: Exception (rarbg): Error reading JObject from JsonReader. Path '', line 0, position 0. ---> System.Exception: Parse error ---> Newtonsoft.Json.JsonReaderException: Error reading JObject from JsonReader. Path '', line 0, position 0. at Newtonsoft.Json.Linq.JObject.Load(JsonReader reader, JsonLoadSettings settings) at Newtonsoft.Json.Linq.JObject.Parse(String json, JsonLoadSettings settings) at Jackett.Common.Indexers.Rarbg.PerformQuery(TorznabQuery query, Int32 attempts) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/Rarbg.cs:line 195 --- End of inner exception stack trace --- at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseWebIndexer.OnParseError(String results, Exception ex) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 842 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.Rarbg.PerformQuery(TorznabQuery query, Int32 attempts) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/Rarbg.cs:line 268 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.Rarbg.PerformQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/Rarbg.cs:line 142 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 331 --- End of inner exception stack trace --- at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 351 at Jackett.Common.Indexers.BaseWebIndexer.ResultsForQuery(TorznabQuery query) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Common/Indexers/BaseIndexer.cs:line 815 at Jackett.Server.Controllers.ResultsController.Torznab(TorznabRequest request) in /home/appveyor/projects/jackett/src/Jackett.Server/Controllers/ResultsController.cs:line 367 Any thoughts on what is going wrong? I'm liking the program, but I am really getting sick of redoing from scratch three times a week.
  11. Awesome, worked perfectly. Thanks a bunch for the help!
  12. Small question/issue with this container, and the answer may be somewhere in the 183 pages of this thread, but not on the FAQ. It looks like Radarr really wants labels to be enabled in Deluge. However, I can enable labels, but that add-on gets disabled upon a delugevpn docker reboot. Is there a way to fix that?
  13. OK, so I did the 6.6 version, went 5 days without an issue, got notification of the 6.7 update, and I've now setup the syslog server. Is there somewhere I should be telling unRAID to dump to its internal syslog server? I'm not seeing it. ETA: Found it. Not the most obvious thing, I happened to find the info in the 'Tips and Tweaks' section.
  14. Hi all - I've been having some lockups for a while now. The server will just go completely unresponsive. It doesn't even ping. I've had to force shutdown via the power switch on the server. When I check the logs on the flash drive after a reboot, it's completely blank. What's the best way for me to pull useful logs when the event occurs?