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  1. So I went into my flash drive and under config > plugins I deleted anything related to unassigned devices. Rebooted and installed UD and I am able to mount the remote share, however.. the share is not visible anywhere and can't be navigated to outside of unRAID's Web UI EDIT: Took a few minutes for the share to pop up but I think its working now.
  2. Yes tried adding and re-adding multiple times in between reboots even. atlantis-diagnostics-20200119-2116.zip
  3. Yep I have done all that. What I don't understand is I can create a share on a separate machine or vm and I have no issues mounting the share through UD.
  4. I am trying to mount a drive that I have in another machine (windows) on my LAN but when I click the mount button it acts like it will mount then returns the following error. Status code returned 0xc000006d STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE CIFS VFS: Send error in SessSetup = -13 CIFS VFS: cifs_mount failed w/return code = -13 Jan 19 15:23:59 Atlantis unassigned.devices: Mount of '//192.168.1.234/Network_Backup' failed. Error message: 'mount error(13): Permission denied Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs) and kernel log messages (dmesg) '. Here's what I have tested/attempted so far: Uninstalled Unassigned Devices/Reboot/Reinstall Created a share on another machine on my network and it mounted right away Checked permissions on the remote system (nothing changed) Credentials are correct and I have no problem seeing shares on network from within Unassigned Devices I should add I've never had this issue with this setup and was working previously. Only thing I've done recently is upgrade to 6.8.0 then back to 6.7.2 and then to 6.8.1 and back to 6.7.2 atlantis-diagnostics-20200119-2116.zip
  5. I have removed all mounts from UD, uninstalled UD and reinstalled and rebooted between each. Still the same error.
  6. I am trying to mount a drive that I have in another machine (windows) on my LAN but when I click the mount button it acts like it will mount then returns the following error. Status code returned 0xc000006d STATUS_LOGON_FAILURE CIFS VFS: Send error in SessSetup = -13 CIFS VFS: cifs_mount failed w/return code = -13 Jan 19 15:23:59 Atlantis unassigned.devices: Mount of '//192.168.1.234/Network_Backup' failed. Error message: 'mount error(13): Permission denied Refer to the mount.cifs(8) manual page (e.g. man mount.cifs) and kernel log messages (dmesg) '. Here's what I have tested/attempted so far: Uninstalled Unassigned Devices/Reboot/Reinstall Created a share on another machine on my network and it mounted right away Checked permissions on the remote system (nothing changed) Credentials are correct and I have no problem seeing shares on network from within Unassigned Devices EDIT: I should add I've never had this issue with this setup and was working previously. Only thing I've done recently is upgrade to 6.8.0 then back to 6.7.2 and then to 6.8.1 and back to 6.7.2 atlantis-diagnostics-20200119-2116.zip
  7. Also fixed the problem for me too. Thank you all for the help.
  8. Just updated to the new Plex Beta 1.16.3.1402 and I'm no longer getting the errors.
  9. Same here. Version 1.16.2.1297. Happens only when I scan the music library.
  10. My previous banner really clashed with the 6.6 update so i decided to make some new banners and lost track of time.
  11. Im using: 8 x 8TB Segate's Crucial MX500 500GB SSD (VM's and Dockers) and a LSI 9211-8i My SSD is plugged into the motherboard 6Gb. My dockers are functioning fine. I was using the VM just fine before parity check began. Any idea why the VM is crawling? I force stopped and my parity speeds came back however upon restart of the VM it was still crawling and it tanked my speeds again. Things i have tried: Rebooting I deleted the vdisk and restored from a recent backup (while putting the vdisk back on the cache drive it transferred at 200MBps and parity speeds stayed the same) that didnt work. I used to run dual cache for over a year not one issue. I recently swapped for a single 500gb ssd and i also added another 8tb this month. past that everything was fine up until now. Im really not sure why im seeing the parity check speeds drop when trying to run the VM(and yes everything is on the cache drive nothing is on the array for the VM) Thanks for the help. atlantis-diagnostics-20180630-2046.zip More things i have tried: I undid any changes i could think of this past month, I restarted the server and kept my dockers off. I started parity check and then turned on the VM. Windows was doing the troubleshoot on boot and i noticed my parity speeds were fine. As soon as i tell windows to start normally my parity speeds drop and my VM comes to a crawl. One last thing. I notice on the smart status of the cache drive Attribute 202 says 1. From what i can tell it is data address mark errors with is the number of errors encountered when a read head searches for a requested sector. I did try an even older VM backup and that had no effect also tried creating a whole new VM and that didnt work either. Even set the VM disk to a different drive still nothing. Im just going to have to keep the VM while parity checks happen for now. Im not sure what is causing the VM to lock up. I scrapped the VM i was using and delete libvert and turned off vm manager. Reinstalled the VM and still no luck.
  12. I just got two more notifications last night about pending sectors