DanTheMan827

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  1. So I was copying files to a new array and after some time I got a message saying there was no space left when trying to access the web ui… I SSH’d into the server and found that tons of files ending with the extension of .end had filled up my ramdisk in /var/tmp, and after looking at them appear to be related to some file integrity check I’m assuming they’re from this plug-in, but that seems like a bug for files to just fill up the RAM disk like that… is there something misconfigured on my end?
  2. If I add -i as an extra argument, I can use a command like "docker attach --sig-proxy=false my_container" to get an interactive console of the docker entry point. It would be convenient for things like game servers if you could get the same functionality by just clicking the icon for the container and then "Console" I tried changing the shell command, but you can only select shell or bash, a custom option would also allow the desired functionality since it could be set to the aforementioned docker attach command
  3. @Squid Yes, that's what I'm referring to, except with /mnt/user instead of just /mnt. Curiously, there's no option to easily do this within the web ui like you can with a disk share. @JonathanM I'm aware that you can move files on disk shares, but a global share (root share if you will) would remove the risk of data loss since you'd be doing everything inside of /mnt/user/ The video actually describes a good use case for such a share.
  4. It's possible to manually export /mnt/user with extra samba options, but a way to do this within the web ui like you can for disk shares would be quite handy. Moving files from one share to another (unless SSH'd into the server) in most cases results in copying the file and deleting the original, but if everything were a single samba share, this could be avoided since the client would just see everything as one and realize it can just move the file.
  5. Unraid already has the ability to shell into a docker container, but it would be quite nice if you could attach to a docker container in the same way by using ttyd. I've tried running: docker attach my_container But all I get is a blank prompt when it should be the initial docker command Maybe something could be done with screen or tmux and docker containers could be started within one (and the ttyd client would just connect to that session)
  6. So I updated unraid and now I no longer have the AFP protocol. I see this has been removed in the latest version, but for what reason? I still have devices that use and need AFP.
  7. This is still needed for time machine on macs running older operating systems! I have a couple old macs in the house that work best over AFP (OS 9 / early OS 10)
  8. KVM supports having sparse VM disks along with marking regions as sparse when the guest VM trims the virtual disk. Exposing this in the web UI would be quite useful for people storing VMs on an SSD.
  9. it's possible to manually edit the xml file to use vmxnet as the virtual network adapter type, but if you make any changes with the GUI it reverts back to the virtio adapter
  10. I have an hamachi docker container and it works when set to host network mode, but that exposes all of the network adapters. Is there a way to limit this to just br0? The problem I've been having is that when I leave the hamachi docker running, it will eventually bring my network to a crawl, and I'm not entirely sure why... I'm presuming there's a network loop somewhere.
  11. So I have an interesting situation that just started happening... If I have my VM set to br0, the majority of websites won't work, I can ping them by IP or DNS name just fine and the VM does get an IP from the router. But when I change to virbr0, everything works albeit with an internal NAT IP from the interface. the interesting thing is google works regardless, but other sites have issues with br0 (like http://epg123.garyan2.net/)
  12. So... It has changed from hard locking to just crashing and rebooting... I finally have a FCP Troubleshooting log so I'll post it here... It has crashed a few times since my first post... some with uptime of a few days and others sometimes a month or more... I've been forgetting to start troubleshooting mode though... unraid-diagnostics-20161229-0359.zip
  13. Has anyone had issues with this not showing in the Home app? I've tried installing lukeadair's docker image but it doesn't show in any of my homekit apps I've also tried the docker image for Synology and it does the same thing... https://github.com/marcoraddatz/homebridge-docker
  14. The ability to execute a custom script for use as a notification agent would be a much welcomed addition. Even better if the different notification attributes were sent as separate command line arguments
  15. Oddly enough I recently had a situation where my write was extremely slow (around 5MBps) I replaced an old hard drive and that seems to have sped it back up Now my typical speeds are once again 70-80MBps over gigabit with occasional drops to 50-60MBps... I'm using 1 parity + 4 data disks (no cache) I am using the reconstruct-write mode rather than the default read-modify-write (using that is extremely slow) My drives are 3x ST4000VN000, 1x ST3000DM001, 1x ST2000DM001 running on the onboard Intel SATA controller...
  16. Personally, I would just leave it (or depending upon your case use one of the bottom holes in its place) The screw probably bottomed out (too long) and you kept on trying to tighten Yeah, the case has no ability to use the bottom mounting holes... The screw definitely didn't bottom out since it's not even through the hole... that would have made extracting fairly easy since I could have used a needle-nose pliers to reverse it enough to get a little bit of the screw out so that I could continue on the other side of the screw hole... I guess I was just unlucky...
  17. So, I was installing a brand new 4TB drive into my NAS and one of the screws broke off in the mounting hole of the hard drive... I made sure that I wasn't using a ODD screw either since I know those have a different TPI The head broke off cleanly so there's no extra outside the screw hole to attempt to use a pliers to manually turn the screw out... I was thinking of using a screw extractor but I'm concerned about any potential vibrations or metal shavings... Or would I just be fine with 3 screws? I prefer to secure the drives as much as possible...
  18. As it is right now it's very possible to pass-through a full hard drive to the VM by setting the file path to /dev/disk/by-id/<disk id here> The thing is, it's a manual process and I'd have to imagine adding a drop down box with unassigned drives would be a relatively easy thing to do
  19. I do realize this has been asked previously but some time has passed (and versions) and I'm wondering if it's still the case... Is there any benefit to using BTRFS over XFS? It's my understanding that BTRFS has check-summing to detect data corruption. But I've also read that BTRFS has more issues with data corruption than XFS... I have some free space so I would have enough to convert to BTRFS if it is in fact a better option... But IS it a better option for anything other than future-proofing?
  20. This is the exact same problem I have, same card and everything. In my case, the host will also occasionally hard lock when attempting to start rather than an error message. I didn't seem to have the "Device or resource busy" error if I chose OVMF over SeaBios though but there were still occasional hard locks happening randomly. For now I just pass through the individual devices but that obviously isn't ideal with the VM USB controller only being USB 2.0
  21. That's excellent to hear! I still think just to be safe I'll run a recursive md5sum on the reconstructed and original drives... I can just put the failed drive into another computer and boot a linux live cd for hashing that right? Obviously I can run the same hash command on /mnt/disk1 after the rebuild...
  22. To rebuild, would I then just swap the drives and then assign the replacement? Yes So, what are the chances of corrupt files given the fact that there is always light write operations going on with reconstruct-write selected? Would it drop the drive if it weren't able to read that bit from disk1 to create the new parity? or is that not how reconstruct write works?
  23. To rebuild, would I then just swap the drives and then assign the replacement?
  24. I plan on picking up a replacement from best buy after work but in the meantime should I stop the array and remove the failed disk from it through the web interface? That would still let the array be used but be very slow correct?