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    Unraid OS version 6.6.1 available

    I like the smaller font hah... Like you said they can't win for stuff like that.
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    Allow different starting block for CACHE

    How do you validate the starting block?
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    [solved]How should I cable my drives

    Is there a reason they can't be trimmed with the LSI? It's some sort of limitation?
  4. I just bought an LSI SAS 9211-8i and was wondering how I should wire my drives. My drives: 4x 2tb and 1x 2tb parity 2x 250g SSD Should I connect everything to the LSI SAS 9211-8i or should I connect some to the on board SATA controler? It's also a sata 3 6Gb/s. If I do connect some to to the onboard what should I connect? Or am I over thinking all this?
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    [SOLVED]Switch low-profile bracket to full height

    Thank you for the quick response!
  6. I was looking at buying a sas9201-8i off ebay but the cheapest ones all have low-profile brackets. Are all PCI card brackets the same screw placement? Can I just take one off a card I have at home and put it on?
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    hack attempt or human error?

    Did you reboot before taking the diagnostics? It's a fresh syslog for a few minutes ago. You'll have to see if you get an alert again then do a diagnostics. Is your server open to the internet (ssh or web)? If it is this isn't a great idea. EDIT: Saw you said you rebooted above, so you'll have to wait and see if you get failed logins again.
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    [Support] Data-Monkey - netdata

    Is it only me or the containers don't show any disk activity is this something I can enable somehow? Or does anyone know of another way to monitor individual container IO?
  9. Has anyone tested since moving to 6.4.0_rc15e (Kernel: Linux 4.14.4-unRAID x86_64)? Wondering if the issue is resolved.
  10. I disagree with everyone in this thread!
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    unRAID unresponsive - shfs 100% cpu

    I ended up having to fallback to 6.2.4. Server would lock up every 2 days, XFS only.
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    unRAID unresponsive - shfs 100% cpu

    This is happening to me also but all my filesystems are XFS. My server with run for about 2 days then the load goes through the roof and I can no longer run any commands or shut off. I have to hold the power button to restart.
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    unRAID Server Release 6.2.0-rc3 Available

    I'm using AMD cpu and I'm seeing 4 cores. Check the bios to make sure there's not some sort of power feature that disables cores enabled. EDIT: Someone seems to be having a similar issue on 4.4 kernel with proxmox so maybe it is a 4.4 kernel issue. https://forum.proxmox.com/threads/missing-cpu-cores.27219/
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    unRAID Server Release 6.2.0-rc3 Available

    While LT states that hardlinks do now work on user shares it is still a new feature with not a lot of evidence as of yet as to the stability or usability of that feature. For the immediate future you'll be safest putting docker appdata directly onto a disk share. Sent from my LG-D852 using Tapatalk Although if it's not used then any remaining issues won't get found. I like to live dangerously so I'll try it out... I do have daily backups anyway. So I would just do a move from my disk appdata to the /mnt/user/appdata and point my containers correct?
  15. unRAID OS Version: 6.2 RC3, 6.1.9 Description: The docker page in the unRAID GUI loads very slow, when I do a ps I can see that it is trying to download the ICON for a container I recently added. I believe the issue is happening because my container repository has an extra colon. How to reproduce: Create a docker container with repository openhab/openhab:amd64-online, and try and load the docker GUI page. You should then see two curls with PS that end up timing out and then the page loads. I believe it is because it's trying to create the icon with a colon in the name. root 31002 30977 0 15:12 ? 00:00:00 sh -c curl --max-time 60 --silent --insecure --location --fail -o '/boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/images/--icon.png' 'http://srv0.local/state/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/images/larizzo-openhab-perl-latest-icon.png''>http://srv0.local/state/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/images/larizzo-openhab-perl-latest-icon.png' 2>/dev/null root 31003 31002 0 15:12 ? 00:00:00 curl --max-time 60 --silent --insecure --location --fail -o /boot/config/plugins/dockerMan/images/--icon.png http://srv0.local/state/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/images/larizzo-openhab-perl-latest-icon.png Expected results: Docker gui page loads fast. Actual results: Docker gui pages loads slowly (60 seconds) same as the curl timeout. Docker container has no icon in the gui when it does finally load. Other information: