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  1. Love the coffee mug. Had to buy one. Been using unraid for about 3-4 years and couldn't be happier. Ordered today. It's about time you guys had some swag!
  2. The Romania one, I switched the other day when Netherlands stopped working.
  3. OK, I did have my upload set to unlimited and I have reduced it now, so that does seem to help but it seems I am hitting 5.0MB/s down and sticking there - almost looks like throttling? EDIT: I applied a profile called High Performance Seed from ITConfig Plugin and restarted docker. I am now getting 8-10MB/s down which is fine with me. I think there was a port forwarding issue as one of the settings showed "Use random ports"
  4. I usually download to my cache drive, so I am not sure that the array speed is the issue. Only very large files do I direct straight to the array to avoid filling the cache drive.
  5. Hey guys, I know a lot of you are having issues with PIA and getting deluge running at all - I have a different question though: How can I make sure I am maximizing my download and upload speed with deluge? I have a 400x20 connection at home, I know that running a VPN will slow traffic down, and that the swarm quality determines the max download speed. However, it seems I can play with the settings and get anywhere from 3-5MBs down and never any more. AFAIK PIA should perform faster than that so I am just wondering if you guys have any suggestions about tweaking settings in
  6. Having same issues you guys are posting about, going to try the romania server. EDIT - it worked, changing the .ovpn file and the dns option in the docker container settings got me back up and running.
  7. Nice, OK. Thanks Squid that did resolve it. Bonienl is right i guess, is there a way I can contact the author? Thanks, Rhys
  8. Hey Guys, Loving the new 6.4.0 update, but I noticed that when I click on the plug-in tab it takes a bit longer to load. After looking in the logs, it appears one of my plug ins is missing an icon file. This entry shows up in my logs every time I look at the plug-in page. I have reinstalled the plug in, but the issue persists. I also manually changed the permission for /usr/local/snmp/snmp.png but still getting the same error. Any suggestion on a fix? Thanks, Rhys
  9. I sure did. Sorry, that was from comparing their logs with mine to see if it was the same issue. I have corrected the original post.
  10. Hello all, I woke up to a message from Fix Common Problems about my servers /var/log being full and detected Call Traces. Took a look, and it seems it is being spammed with Call Traces. I did some looking on here, and someone posted that it could be due to bonded Ethernet ports. I disabled the bonding, but I am still receiving Call Traces in my syslog. Attached are diagnostics: 1st - export from when I first looked at the server, before rebooting to clear /var/log 2nd - After reboot, this file contains logs from disabling and re-enabling
  11. I was messing around with my display settings when I noticed that there is a broken link in the ToolTip menu from the "Main" page. When the cursor changes to a quesiton mark while hovering over different parts of the Array Devices tab, the blue tool tip loads up. The tool tip includes a link to the "Display Preferences" page, but it links to 127.0.0.1/Settings/Display/ At some point the link was changed to 127.0.0.1/Settings/DisplaySettings/ Not a big deal, but I thought I'd let you guys know.
  12. Just as an update, I fixed my issue. It seems to be a problem with the ovpn files I was using. I re-downloaded them from PureVPN and selected "router" as my device. In the zip I downloaded I used new ovpn files and certs and I was able to connect. Thanks for helping me out!
  13. Attach the supervisord.log located in /config/ watch out for credentials Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk I removed all the credentials I could see that looked sensitive. If you see anything that shouldn't be there let me know, also if you need some more detail I can provide. Thanks in advance, and for the fast response. Is the port specified in the ovpn file 1198 if not then please change and try again. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk Here are the contents of the file, changing the port did not seem to make a difference. 1198 looks
  14. Attach the supervisord.log located in /config/ watch out for credentials Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk I removed all the credentials I could see that looked sensitive. If you see anything that shouldn't be there let me know, also if you need some more detail I can provide. Thanks in advance, and for the fast response. Is the port specified in the ovpn file 1198 if not then please change and try again. Sent from my SM-G900F using Tapatalk Here are the contents of the file, changing the port did not seem to make a difference.