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  1. TheBlueKingLP

    [SOLVED] VM Can't Access Network

    VNC works fine because the vnc is on the unraid, not the vnc. I am not sure, but do you have to install the driver for the network interface on Ubuntu?or you could try to change the model in the xml to e1000-82545em Edit the cam then click the top right corner switch, then find the following code, change the model I am not sure if it will work or not, since my VM is windows.
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    Adding dedicated network card for a ip

    Yes, you can, but not recommended. That opens all the port on your server, and there is no firewall.
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    Array health report 0 disk

    No, that issue does not present in safe mode
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    Array health report 0 disk

    I never tried that before, I will try it tonight.
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    Array health report 0 disk

    Yes, I added that unassigned device just to backup something, it happen even without that device. VM and Docker are disabled in the settings(no docker and vm tab)
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    Array health report 0 disk

    No, no docker/vm is using it. I’ve tried to disable docker and cam completely, but the roots still filling up
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    Array health report 0 disk

    Is there a way to check what is using it or what is the mount point?
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    Array health report 0 disk

    It happens even I’ve disabled docked entirely. also disabled vm manager
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    Array health report 0 disk

    Ah, sorry about that. I’ve forgotten to post it. pegasus-diagnostics-20190310-1407.zip edit: I downloaded it when it is around 73% full
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    Array health report 0 disk

    Bump
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    Array health report 0 disk

    Sorry for not zipping it, I was using my iPhone to post that. Also, after the system rootfs if full, I couldn't get the diagnostic. I will post the diagnostic file of "when the rootfs is not full" tomorrow as it is now passed midnight for me
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    Array health report 0 disk

    Here is the syslog.txt Also, I noticed the rootfs is full, I think this is what caused it,but why was it full in the first place?(It will go back to normal once I reboot.)
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    Array health report 0 disk

    Chkdsk report no error, I am already using a usb2 port. Here is the syslog file: https://pastebin.com/TK5SJw1K
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    Array health report 0 disk

    I was going to upload the diagnostic if I could, but after it started to report 0 disk, the diagnostic button stopped working. I haven’t restarted the server yet, what could I do to get diagnostic working again?
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    Array health report 0 disk

    My unRAID Server running on 6.7.0-rc5 will report “*Notice [] - array health report [PASS]* Array has 0 disks” after around 26 hours of uptime. At this time: Web UI sometimes stopped working Dockers and VMs stays running fine with no issue. Server info is blank Smb stopped working No raid card, 6x1TB consumer hdd Cable known good and not loosen MB: Asus rampage v edition 10 P.s. If you need more info please ask for it