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  1. Under Tools ... Update OS ... There usually is an option to revert to your previous version. I have to give unRaid a big thumbs up for that feature.
  2. BUMP I am seeing slowdowns attributed to IO wait in the order of 80+% to the point the server becomes unusable. Reverting back to 6.7.0 seems to resolved the issue.
  3. I am also seeing horrendous IO wait times on my SSD cache disks w/6.7.2, to the point top wa is at 89% and unraid becomes unusable. The closest I have come to determining where the issue (given the systems near unusable state) is mdrecoveryd has a state of "D" and has 100 utilization (via top). I have downgraded back to 6.7.0 and so far this issue has not returned.
  4. Bump ... fyi i have a build for unraid 6.6.7 - 4.18.20 kernel vbox v5.2.26 if anybody needs it. Cheers.
  5. Makes me think the fact that the two are el-cheapo Realtek's may be why only one (Realtek) is listing in lspci, the other is an Intel e1000 82566DM. Maybe I will re-seat the card just in case. But I will keep an eye out for that 4-port. Thanks!
  6. Are you using that 4 port NIC w/hardware passthrough?
  7. I have a need where I am running a virtualized OPNsense (pfSense fork) instance and have redundant gateways, thus I need two WAN ports and the man LAN port. It appears that the kernel itself does not recognize more than two network cards, at least lspci only sees 2 when I have 3 installed. Is there any hope of supporting 3 (or more) NICs at any point, or should I be looking at separate hardware? Cheers!
  8. Think I found it ... GoodSync seems to have the files in its _saved_ folder. Following up with them, but this no longer looks like an unRAID / shfs or btrfs issue.. Thank you for the pointers, once the space was confirmed I just did a search for one of the missing files in /mnt/user and it popped up.
  9. Yes, one of the first things I did. files are not under the shfs mount /mnt/user /mnt/user0 or under any of the 6 diskx mounts. The issue also persists after a server reboot, and whether or not folder caching is enabled.
  10. Exactly, the used space looks accurate, it is not depleted by the 3.22TB ... Linux 4.14.13-unRAID. root@QUAZAR:~# btrfs fi show /mnt/disk# ERROR: not a valid btrfs filesystem: /mnt/disk# root@QUAZAR:~# btrfs fi show /mnt/disk1 Label: none uuid: b6eace12-2351-4f56-9781-39433327b319 Total devices 1 FS bytes used 2.36TiB devid 1 size 2.73TiB used 2.48TiB path /dev/md1 root@QUAZAR:~# btrfs fi show /mnt/disk2 Label: none uuid: ebc5fd60-c87a-4f2d-9de6-9f173947b15d Total devices 1 FS bytes used 998.28GiB devid 1 size 1.36TiB used 1.14TiB path /dev/md2 root@QUAZAR:~# btrfs fi show /mnt/disk3 Label: none uuid: 0e6c8b99-bf31-4e93-b9d8-bd2d9d816e8c Total devices 1 FS bytes used 116.98GiB devid 1 size 465.76GiB used 122.05GiB path /dev/md3 root@QUAZAR:~# btrfs fi show /mnt/disk4 Label: none uuid: 3c96d353-bb8d-4f92-855e-807b5dd3005c Total devices 1 FS bytes used 102.33GiB devid 1 size 465.76GiB used 105.05GiB path /dev/md4 root@QUAZAR:~# btrfs fi show /mnt/disk5 Label: none uuid: 206d2efc-bc27-4298-a057-19ee51c1da46 Total devices 1 FS bytes used 969.00GiB devid 1 size 1.82TiB used 1.42TiB path /dev/md5 root@QUAZAR:~# btrfs fi show /mnt/disk6 Label: none uuid: 31ebe411-8bff-4a50-95fb-dc51be382113 Total devices 1 FS bytes used 1.08TiB devid 1 size 1.82TiB used 1.27TiB path /dev/md6 root@QUAZAR:~#
  11. I literally am jaw-dropped by this. I have two unRAID servers which are mirrors of one another (thank god) and have a sync job which uses a commercial product GoodSync to sync between them, I just received an alert from it indicating more than 30% of the sync has changed and when I went and looked my media folder on my unRAID 6.4 box is 3.22 TB smaller than my 6.3.5 box. In looking at the share, the entire folder structure is there sans the files. The Main tab also reports the disk space is all in use. Dropping to the command line the files are not there in /mnt/disk or /mnt/user. This is scary, the 6.4 box is btrfs, the 6.3.5 box is xfs. I am just thankfull I have a fully mirrored server. What information can I provide to troubleshoot this? I am currently running a btrfs scrub and all sync jobs have been suspended. quazar-diagnostics-20180126-1303.zip
  12. OK, safe mode likes me so it's got to be a plugin (FYI I nano'd the syslinux.cfg via the webgui terminal, that new feature I DO LIKE VERY MUCH). Just reformatted my cache drive & copying its data back to it now. Once cache copies I will reboot and then tomorrow pick this up again and determine which plugin ... I have a diag from before that may have the plugins listed ... quazar-diagnostics-20180107-1854.zip
  13. I cannot recall if I used UD or not, this is my primary unRAID and been around for years. Will try safemode if some other avenues fail (as this is a headless machine). Can one set the next reboot to be safe mode via a flag somewhere? Thanks!
  14. Diagnostic: (multiple failures while generating from CLI): tower-diagnostics-20180115-1935.zip