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  1. Generic paperless-ng question: I currently have a large number of PDFs that I'm just storing in folders. Example: \Autos \Autos\Car1 \Autos\Car2 \Finance \Finance\Bank1 \Finance\Bank2 \Taxes \Taxes\2020 \Taxes\2019 .... Many of the PDFs are OCR already but some are not. I'm looking for a way to ingest all of my PDF/documents and make them all easier to search and retain some sort of structure as above. Windows search is pathetically slow or cumbersome to search PDFs and since I don't know if all of them are OC
  2. I ran full memtest with newest version of memtest (9.0) and all memory passed testing. I'm now thinking this is related to my docker networking, user defined networks, and the specific ethernet hardware I have. I think it is related to the folliowing: I have since moved my containers off of the Unraid IP physical port and moved them to another physical port. I have not had crashes or errors in the last 24 hours, but will report back after a longer period of time. I believe this to be my issue.
  3. Yes, ran a memtest on each of the RAM sticks individually. I was having BTRFS issues with my previous RAM and that sparked me to test the memory. I've not seen BTRFS errors since swapping out the RAM and the RAM passed memtest. I changed a few things all at once and this seems to be biting me. I swapped motherboards, RAM, and upgraded to 6.9rc2. I had zero problems with my previous mobo, RAM and 6.8.3.
  4. Following up. I ended up having a hard crash of my Unraid server a couple hours later after that message. This time, I got the following message in syslog when it crashed. Crashed, as in, dropped network connectivity, refused connections to any container, and no input on the physical console. Hoping this is right forum to be posting this. Diagnostics attached. HARD CRASH Feb 19 15:00:02 teraserver rpcbind[3654]: connect from 192.168.4.7 to getport/addr(555555555) Feb 19 15:02:16 teraserver rpcbind[11177]: connect from 192.168.4.7 to getport/addr(5555555
  5. Got the following message in syslog on RC2. second time I've seen it and I don't notice anything wrong with my server, but thought I would post to see if someone knows something about it. Looks like something related to the macvlan process maybe? Feb 19 13:23:57 teraserver kernel: ------------[ cut here ]------------ Feb 19 13:23:57 teraserver kernel: WARNING: CPU: 13 PID: 23974 at net/netfilter/nf_conntrack_core.c:1120 __nf_conntrack_confirm+0x99/0x1e1 Feb 19 13:23:57 teraserver kernel: Modules linked in: vhost_net tun vhost vhost_iotlb tap kvm_intel kvm xt_CHECKSUM ipt_REJECT ip
  6. Woohoo! Finally getting syslog hook messages and it's working. Nov 18 09:22:25 teraserver kernel: mdcmd (34010): spindown 7 Nov 18 09:22:28 teraserver SAS Assist v0.7: spinning down slot 7, device /dev/sdh (/dev/sg7) The green dot doesn't turn gray, but checking the disk status from the console, it's showing spun down. root@teraserver:~# sdparm --command=sense /dev/sdh /dev/sdh: HGST HUH721010AL4200 A21D Additional sense: Standby condition activated by command
  7. Here you go: root@teraserver:/tmp# sdparm --command=sense /dev/sd[a-m] /dev/sda: Kingston DataTraveler 3.0 /dev/sdb: ATA SAMSUNG MZ7GE960 303Q /dev/sdc: ATA SAMSUNG MZ7GE960 5F3Q /dev/sdd: ATA TOSHIBA DT01ACA3 ABB0 /dev/sde: HGST HUH721010AL4200 A21D /dev/sdf: HGST HUH721010AL4200 A21D /dev/sdg: HGST HUH721010AL4200 A21D /dev/sdh: HGST HUH721010AL4200 A21D /dev/sdi: HGST HUH721010AL4200 A21D /dev/sdj: ATA ST3000DM001-1CH1 CC29 /dev/sdk: ATA WDC WD100EMAZ-00 0A83 /
  8. I have both a local and remote. I just disabled the remote syslog for good measure and removed and re-installed the plug-in. I'm still getting the same behavior. I force spindown on a drive by clicking the green button light. The temp indicator goes turns to *, but the button stays green. I get no SAS Assist messages in the log. I have a mixture of SAS and SATA HDD in here. Would that cause an issue? How does it know which is which? Also my SMART controller type for my SAS drives all say "Use default" - not sure if that's an issue or would it need to be chang
  9. DM'd you the log file. I have a remote syslog server and scanning the log real quick, thought it may have an issue with that... not sure.
  10. I'm on 6.8.3 and been messing around with this plug-in. So far the only indication to me that a drive is spun down is that the temperature indicator is replaced with a *. This was the same behavior before this plug-in so I'm not sure it's doing anything in my system. In monitoring my power usage (via Killawatt), it doesn't appear that there is much to any drop is power usage. The green light never goes gray on any of my SAS drives when I try to spin them down. I have a handful of SAS drives that are barely used so I'm pretty sure they're not being spun back up right away. I am
  11. Sorry, I should have stated. Running Unraid 6.8.1. I've searched the Docker FAQ and documentation on whether I need to manually create the network as well as configure in the UI and I couldn't find anything stating that I needed to manually create. I'm trying to create another network because I would like some dockers to point to a different default gateway on my network.
  12. Do I need to manually create my custom networks for dockers at CLI in addition to assigning bridge members in UI? I created a custom network a while ago when the feature was first released and I'm looking to add another. I have additional Ethernet ports that I'm looking to use. br2 is my interface that I setup previously. br3 is my new interface. When I go to assign br3 to a docker image, it does not appear as a choice. I've rebooted the server after adding the br3 configuration. I also followed the instructions in this article a
  13. After the array has started is fine. I had planned to run my script using User Scripts, but I need the supported python modules loaded. So I need to essentially "re-install" the Python modules at every boot by running 'pip install xxxx' in User Scripts at boot time? Thanks for the help.
  14. I'm running Unraid 6.7.2 and newest NerdPack. I have a python script that I'm trying to run on Unraid that requires a few custom modules. I've installed them via pip, however, it seems that they get removed after a reboot. Does this sound right? Apologize if this is basic knowledge, but I couldn't find anything in forum archives and I figured since pip is included in NerdPack, that module installs would be carried across reboot.
  15. So I gave this a try on my UnRAID system and it did not seem to have an effect. It does not appear to put the drives to sleep or UnRAID isn't seeing them as asleep. I was able to manually put them to sleep using sdparm --command=stop. I ended up stopping my testing there. I didn't wait to see if UnRAID would wake the disk on activity.