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  1. Ok, I got the VM's on br0. I had to stop the array and change it to allow bridging.
  2. @ken-ji Thanks. That seems logical, but when I go to add a new VM, only the virbr0 is available? Do I have to stop the VM service and make a change somewhere?
  3. I did share the printer on the local PC, and tried mapping it as you suggested, using both the hostname and the IP address of the local computer and the local computer VPN adapter. I am connecting over a VPN, therefore the VM computer cannot directly see the local computer. I was not able to map the printer. Local computer: 192.168.8.157 Local computer VPN adapter: 10.8.0.6 Gateway IP: 10.8.0.5 unRaid IP: 192.168.6.2 Win 10 VM: 192.168.122.4 In the unRaid network settings, could I change virbr0 to match br0? Seems like that would solve this proble
  4. My unRaid installation is at a remote location, and I connect to it via the OpenVPN server that is built into my ASUS router. I use OpenVPN gui on the local computer. I have a printer on the local computer, and I want to print from the VM (Windows 10) to the printer on my local computer. Currently I am using TightVNC viewer to connect to a TightVNC instance running on the VM (I don't use the QEMU VNC because the ports change and I need it to be the same each time, not sure which VNC I'm using matters...) I've looked at TSSPrint, as this has a client/server that installs and is d
  5. What was showing while scrolling: Just dots like this ................ Forever, screens and screens and screens of them. The emulated disk didn't have any errors, as the original disk didn't have errors. The problem was that the replacement disk was not imported properly... How can I prevent that in the future. Seems like I should have been asked something like "replacement disk does not have a mountable file system, do you really want to start a rebuild", in which case, I would have said no and used a different disk. Anyways, I do appreciate all the supp
  6. Ok, I waited until the rebuild was done, put the array in maintenance mode, ran xfs_repair, but it just scrolled FOREVER, so I got impatient and turned it off, put the original drive back in, new config, and now parity is rebuilding. That being said, can you explain "next time you should attempt to fix the filesystem on the emulated disk before rebuilding". Any time I put in a disk, it automatically starts a rebuild. How exactly do you do what you are suggesting? Should a new/replacement disk just be formatted automatically? Why did unRaid try to re-use the existing file syst
  7. OK, i'm somewhat concerned that once the rebuild finishes, the data on that drive will be gone. Can't I cancel the rebuild, put the original drive back in, and do new config? The old drive is still good and has all the data on it.
  8. Hi, thanks for the reply. Diagnostics attached. tower-diagnostics-20210419-1934.zip
  9. I just replaced a 4TB drive with a 6TB drive, but the new drive says "unmountable", even though the array is currently rebuilding.... Seems like the rebuild will finish and I'll still have an unmountable drive which means the data is lost? Can someone please advise what I should do?
  10. OMG bro, thank you. It was right there in front of me and I didn't even see it. When you replied I was like, how could the router side be 1Gbps and the server be 100Mbps and then I remembered I had an unmanaged switch in the middle and the cable between the switch and the server was only Cat 5... Anyways, it's fixed now. Thanks.
  11. I have two internet connections, one for gaming, and one for my server. I use a VPN to connect from my PC (on the gaming connection) to the server (obviously on the server connection). Both internet connects are 500 Mbps up and down (it's gigabit fiber but seems to be limited by the ISP to 500 Mbps which is the promised speed). Since I connect over a VPN, I have at time, noted that transfers weren't terribly fast between my computer and the server, but I didn't care because I figured it was due to the VPN and basically just slow because it's going over the internet. Now, I bought a new PC
  12. Thanks. After deleting the SSH and SSL folders, and rebooting, I was able to login using the root account.
  13. I don't understand, I login to the web ui using the root login. That same login/pass does not work for ssh. What do I need to do?
  14. Hi all, SSH was working fine in 6.8.3, didn't test it in 6.9.0, but now it's not letting me in no matter what I do. From the logs, when I try to login as root using the same password I use for the web GUI: Mar 21 09:42:59 Tower sshd[20801]: Connection closed by authenticating user root 10.8.0.10 port 59752 [preauth] Just to verify, I logged into the web GUI witht the same pass: Mar 21 09:43:56 Tower webGUI: Successful login user root from 10.8.0.10 From the logs, when I try to login with another user account: Mar 21 09:43:11 Tower sshd[21089]: Accept
  15. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. My docker was 85% full. root@Tower:/mnt/user/system/docker# docker image prune .... Total reclaimed space: 9.187GB