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  1. The drives that are having the issues with UD are atatched to a Broadcom / LSI SAS2008 PCI-Express Fusion-MPT SAS-2 [Falcon] (rev 03) card. Appreciate the assistance - hopefully the attached may yield what the issues are - thanks again unraid-diagnostics-20201005-0732.zip
  2. How can i begin to diagnose why the UD plug-in 'drops drives out' - seems to happen randomly for me? (and a reboot sometimes brings those drives back) I have changed cables multiple times and I am scratching my head. Is the UD plug-in only really designed for external USB drives? Reason I ask is that the UD drives that 'drop out' for me are connected to a secondary HBA.
  3. I took your advice and switched over to the docker from linuxserver.io - it did not take too long to copy over my metadata to the new docker, and it seems to be working just fine. Thanks for your help everyone.
  4. Apologies, I should have been clearer When I stop/start the docker it does check for a newer version, but the latest Version of Plex is 1.3.4.3285. Using the limetech docker, it seems *stuck* at 1.3.3.3148 I'm a newbie with UnRaid and dockers.. does the Docker not grab the latest Plex version from Plex themselves?
  5. Has this docker been updated beyond Version 1.3.3.3148?
  6. Hi I'm running UnRaid 6.2.4 - the Resilio Sync docker is installed and working. My shares are set to "most free". The Sync process does not respect the split levels I have set for my shares. For example, I have my "Music" share set to "split only top level directory as requested" - whole albums got into each top level directory and reside on the same disk. If I use sync into this Music share, sync breaks the settings and individual songs end up going into different disks! Can anybody suggest where I have gone wrong with my configuration?