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  1. Okay just ordere some dell h310s that should sort it out
  2. Hardware: Supermicro H8DM8-2 (link) 3 x AoC-SAT2-MV8 (link) New HGST 4TB sas HDD (link) 4u 24 bay supermicro case w/ SAS846TQ Backplane (link) From what i understand this backplane just does pass-through and has no issues with drives over 2.2TB in size as is has no expander onbaord. Issue: This week I had a 2tb SATA HDD fail on me, quick search on ebay lead me to some refurb 4tb sas drives for 80$ shipped so i bought 1 to replace the failing drive. When i replaced the 2tb sata hgst drive with a 4tb hgst sas drive unraid will boot up to the point of "starting Rsyslogd daemon" and will hang there, if i pull the new drive while the system is hung there the boot process will continue and boot into unraid as expected. I can also boot straight into unraid just fine with the disk completely removed. I am assuming there is some kind of hardware incompatibility somewhere that i am not aware off and help troubleshooting this issue would be greatly appreciated !
  3. Yeah thats what i'm trying to do basically right now i use openVPN, i like this solution better because it does not use a central server and peers can connect directly to each other.
  4. Pretty sure Ford is right i just need to add a static route on my lan router pointing back to the zerotier network. This github issue might give you a better idea https://github.com/zerotier/ZeroTierOne/issues/805
  5. Quick question regarding an issue i have run into and wondering if anyone has a similar setup that is working. I'm trying to access my Home network LAN from other computers in the ZT network. From what i have read online i just create a managed route in zero tier for 192.168.2.0/24 via 172.22.0.100 which i have done and make sure sysctl ip_forwarding is enabled on unRaid which it is. Home Network = 192.168.2.0/24 Away Network = 192.168.0.0/24 awayPC = 192.168.0.150 awayPCzt = 172.22.0.150 unRAID = 192.168.2.100 unRAIDzt = 172.22.0.100 on my awayPC i can see this route in "Route Print" for 192.168.2.0/24 via 172.22.0.100 i can ping from awayPC ----> to both unRAID (192.168.2.100) and unRAIDZT (172.22.0.100) But i cannot ping anything else from awayPC to anything else on 192.168.2.0/24 only unRAID address (192.168.2.100) Any ideas?
  6. Getting a lot of errors from what looks to me is from the sata controller. Apparently this can be caused by a bad/loose cable... would this generally cause a hard lockup as these are just CRC errors correct? Is there anyway to tell what exactly what drive it is or do i have to test 1 by 1 tower-diagnostics-20190508-0857.zip
  7. Yeah I'm on latest ...not much to go on nothing in the docker logs indicate any issues.....installed the BitTorrent docker with vpn and just disabled the vpn and it works fine.... weird
  8. Tried to install this but the webui does not work right after install
  9. turns out my usb3 HD was negotiating at USB2....unraid working fine. w tower-diagnostics-20181214-1909.zip
  10. https://www.ebay.ca/itm/HGST-Ultrastar-7K4000-HUS724030ALE641-0F17731-3TB-64MB-Cache-7200-RPM-SATA-III/201694919367?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649 I just ordered 3 SMART results all great 2 years 2 months power on time 0 pending sectors 0 reallocated sectors 39 Power Cycle count
  11. AND i found a workaround for this by just plugging the disks directly into the 6 sata boards on the motherboard.... thanks for the input and help troubleshooting!
  12. Do you know if there's any other pci-x cards that have better support for newer hard drives? I guess i could update to a newer motherboard cpu combo to get PCIe .....but i'm not sure what the compatibility with the backplane would be like... this backplane has 1 sata connector for every disk not a SFF-8087 connector. Just don't wanna spend a bunch of money for it to be incompatible....
  13. Just weird because i have samsung SSD's in there as well with 0 problems
  14. i don't think so cuz i just pulled like 8 drives and tried to reboot and got the same kernel panic and crash at boot