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  1. Your local syslog server is still enabled
  2. This works and I do this for chia currently, but there is a massive difference in time to expand and balance a pool (days) vs non-parity protected array (minutes). I've also noticed sneaker nets becoming highly popular for chia plotting (and would apply for media ingestion also), and Unraid arrays facilitate these very nicely. Another point is you don't want pools getting to big, borking themselves and nuking your time and effort, so you end up running a tonne of smaller pools... it's a PITA.
  3. The current default settings of the tuning plugin disable the mover's schedule. Uninstall, or seek assistance on the configuration, in the mover tuning plugin thread (as Squid suggests).
  4. Not done this myself, but I'm pretty sure you need to have the template in a subfolder, the name of that subfolder becomes the header in the dropdown (like default, user etc). Also be aware the feature is being removed in 6.10
  5. In good news, the wipefs command logs what it wipes, so I was able to restore the erased filesystem and I have that drive up and running and will be migrating that data to its new pool later today. note: the reboot in between committing the pool changes (via array start) seems to have also caused this issue
  6. Recycle bin (for SMB shares). Great fail safe for accidental deletions on network shares
  7. iSCSI plugin for Unraid Server, which allows you to connect to storage on your NAS like it was a local hard drive. A still a lot of people don't seem to know this plugin exists and I still see iSCSI asked for in feature requests frequently.
  8. Just noticed the GUI is already updated with correct capacity (balance will take a while still), happy days! Thanks @JorgeB
  9. They were added on the previous boot, but array wasn't started (related to the other bug report I guess). Still, this log entry seems to know it should have been 4 devices, maybe some weirdness due to reboot and possible drive allocation changes? Oct 9 17:12:24 fortytwo emhttpd: /mnt/chiapool TotDevices: 2 Oct 9 17:12:24 fortytwo emhttpd: /mnt/chiapool NumDevices: 4 Oct 9 17:12:24 fortytwo emhttpd: /mnt/chiapool NumFound: 2 Oct 9 17:12:24 fortytwo emhttpd: /mnt/chiapool NumMissing: 0 Oct 9 17:12:24 fortytwo emhttpd: /mnt/chiapool NumMisplaced: 0 Oct 9 17:12:24 fortytwo emhttpd: /mnt/chiapool NumExtra: 2 Oct 9 17:12:24 fortytwo emhttpd: /mnt/chiapool LuksState: 0 Thanks for the suggestion, I'll do that as soon as I have the chance.
  10. Attached Note I went to balance again after the original balance finished, but then cancelled that operation when I realised that was going to be a long one, so there will be a cancelled balance operation in there. fortytwo-diagnostics-20211012-1615.zip
  11. GUI shows incorrect capacity also. I would expect this to read 72TB, 35.1TB, ~36TB
  12. I started with a BTRFS pool of 2x 18TB in raid0, this has been running for a few months. I added another 2x 18TB to the pool a few days ago, this operation completed this afternoon. Now that it has finished, I note that it does not show the expected capacity (72TB): Data, RAID0: total=31.88TiB, used=31.87TiB System, RAID1: total=32.00MiB, used=2.20MiB Metadata, RAID1: total=33.00GiB, used=32.57GiB GlobalReserve, single: total=512.00MiB, used=0.00B No balance found on '/mnt/chiapool' Normally I would run balance a second time before posting, but this looks like it will take another few days... I don't want to waste time and energy if this is a known bug with a possible work around. Tagging @JorgeB because you seem to be across these BTRFS issues. Thanks in advance
  13. If you just need the database up before other services, you can use the native unraid docker start ordering and start delay for this. In advanced mode on Docker page, use the arrow hooks on far right to change ordering, just to the left you can change the wait time of that container before starting. So in the example above, my jira database starts before jira application. Once Jira database starts, the jira application waits 15 seconds, then starts.
  14. Take a look at docker folder plugin, this can group the icons under a "folder", which you can select an icon and even add context menu entries for custom commands such as docker compose i.e. compose up/down. It's a little bit more work than setting up an unraid template, but it beats reinventing the wheel with complex compose deployments.