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  1. Upon rebooting from updating to 6.6.2, I received the following warning: yet, under cache devices, the device IS there and working fine. I haven't received a notification saying the warning has cleared. Also, an error I have noticed since 6.6.1 or so, I get a line: in the boot screen. Not sure why. Any insights? fractal-diagnostics-20181014-1348.zip
  2. Confirmed. That worked. Thanks!
  3. FWIW: I updated to 6.6.1 and still have the error.
  4. Both 6.6.0 and 6.6.0-rc4 ... I haven't yet updated to 6.6.1 yet.
  5. Not sure when this started but host (dig and nslookup from the bind package) are throwing an error: $ host 28-Sep-2018 14:02:03.906 ENGINE_by_id failed (crypto failure) 28-Sep-2018 14:02:03.906 error:25070067:DSO support routines:DSO_load:could not load the shared library:dso_lib.c:233: 28-Sep-2018 14:02:03.906 error:260B6084:engine routines:DYNAMIC_LOAD:dso not found:eng_dyn.c:467: 28-Sep-2018 14:02:03.906 error:2606A074:engine routines:ENGINE_by_id:no such engine:eng_list.c:390:id=gost host: dst_lib_init: crypto failure I don't see any other package to install that might supply the missing library. Any ideas?
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    App/Plugin for backing up/Sync external hard drive

    I've tested it plenty of times and that is how it works. Please note, the $LOGFILE is a location for your custom messages/output while the /tmp/$SERIAL.log seems to be the raw output for the script. I think that Log icon on the UD page should read /tmp/$SERIAL.log, but doesn't seem to.
  7. 1. You can see my setup in my signature, so for my Windows 10 VM I have 4G with video card pass-through. I would give it more RAM but I have only half of your RAM. 2. You should be able to. I am not a user of those apps, but in unRAID as dockers, the config data would be in the appdata/ share and *should* be able to be migrated over. 3. There is a plugin called User Scripts that should be able to handle your cron tasks. Welcome to unRAID!
  8. shaunsund

    App/Plugin for backing up/Sync external hard drive

    No prob. It started with a simple outline and grew from there! rsync is my preference, there is rclone also. google usage for each to see which you like better. S
  9. Ah, in retrospect that makes sense. But should the Log icon on the main UD page show the /tmp/$SERIAL.log? I was getting the /tmp/$SERIAL.log fill with data from a script, but never saw its contents in the GUI.
  10. Messing with the mount and unmount script and believe I found a bug. Enable a disk script, run it (it can be simple just echo $LOGFILE and $SERIAL. in my case it echos "/tmp/unassigned.devices/$LABEL.log" and $SERIAL In the GUI the Script Log doesn't show anything. But, the log file seems to be written to"/tmp/$SERIAL.log"
  11. shaunsund

    App/Plugin for backing up/Sync external hard drive

    I kept making changes, here's the script: GitLab Snippet UPDATE: Just learned that the /tmp/$SERIAL.log and the $LOGFILE aren't the same. /tmp/$SERIAL.log is the log the Log Icon looks at. (via UD maintatiner)
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    App/Plugin for backing up/Sync external hard drive

    I have a similar use case but I use BackBlaze and have it sync a USB drive when it is connected. But your case, I believe, is doable: In Unassigned Devices, you should see the Script icon next to each device (rather all the way to the right). From the help text: UD includes scripts that are used for mounting and unmounting devices and SMB/NFS mounts. These scripts can be used from the command line or in scripts as necessary. Unassigned devices script: '/usr/local/sbin/rc.unassigned mount auto' - all devices and SMB/NFS mounts set to auto mount will be mounted. '/usr/local/sbin/rc.unassigned umount auto' - all devices and SMB/NFS mounts set to auto mount will be unmounted. '/usr/local/sbin/rc.unassigned umount all' - all devices and SMB/NFS mounts are unmounted in preparation for shutting down the array. '/usr/local/sbin/rc.unassigned mount /dev/sdX' - mount device sdX where 'X' is the device designator. '/usr/local/sbin/rc.unassigned umount /dev/sdX' - unmount device sdX where 'X' is the device designator. You can use this command in a UD script to unmount the device when the script has completed. I haven't tested this too much, so this is more a outline, but the default script (left most button when editing script) outputs a simple script template which I have done some quick additions to: #!/bin/bash PATH=/usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin ## Available variables: # AVAIL : available space # USED : used space # SIZE : partition size # SERIAL : disk serial number # ACTION : if mounting, ADD; if unmounting, REMOVE # MOUNTPOINT : where the partition is mounted # FSTYPE : partition filesystem # LABEL : partition label # DEVICE : partition device, e.g /dev/sda1 # OWNER : "udev" if executed by UDEV, otherwise "user" # PROG_NAME : program name of this script # LOGFILE : log file for this script ## vars mountPath=$MOUNTPOINT destPath=/mnt/user/meta destFolder=Toshiba.backup ## function to email case $ACTION in 'ADD' ) # touch /mnt/user/meta/touched # for testing if rsync -Carv $mountPath/ $destPath/$destFolder # remove v for quietness then echo "Copied! Ready to remove." #/usr/local/sbin/rc.unassigned umount $mountPath # doesn't seem to work #umount $mountPath # ready to remove # call function to email else echo "Error! I need help!" # call function to email fi ;; 'REMOVE' ) # do your stuff here echo "Removed" ;; esac The only thing left to add would be an email notifing you that it is complete and ready to remove. Thats roughly what I would do. I'd build and test it a bit more but I'm at work can't test this too much. (Under the disk partition you'll see a lighning bolt when you have a script there for running from the GUI. That was a nice find, I was expecting to have to manually remove and add it.) Hope this helps you a bit.
  13. shaunsund

    Is there a way to move the libvirt.img

    OK Thanks! That also hid the VM tab. Seems like on a boot, if unraid can't find VT-x or AMD-V it should automatically disable the service.
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    Is there a way to move the libvirt.img

    I've been looking to do the same, but one of my unraid servers doesn't have VT-x or AMD-V capability and says so on the Settings, VM Manager page. Yet, I still have a /mnt/user/system/libvert/libvert.img of about 1G in size. How would I go about disabling libvert and deleting that .img file? And I still have a tab for VMs in the GUI.
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    6.5.3 - High iowait writing to encrypted SSD cache

    my cache is encrypted, all I get is this in the logs: Jul 20 12:00:01 unzorg root: /etc/libvirt: 802.3 MiB (841224192 bytes) trimmed Jul 20 12:00:01 unzorg root: /var/lib/docker: 9.4 GiB (10075443200 bytes) trimmed If I run fstrim manually I get: ~$ sudo /sbin/fstrim -v /mnt/cache fstrim: /mnt/cache: the discard operation is not supported Seems like trim isn't doing anything for my SSD. And last night I noticed my server had insane load averages just trying to read from the SSD (sdd). (screenshots) Had to reboot to recover. Any ideas/suggestions on next steps? I have removed the SSD from the array. Before I add it in again, I want to verify that it is good and can keep up with things.