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  1. Of note, it looks like something happened last night via the logs: Plex Media Server.log
  2. The docker was working fine last night, but when I woke up today it was gone!? Any help to get it back would be GREATLY appreciated. casey-nas-diagnostics-20190612-1010.zip
  3. I was hoping someone could check my log to see why I'm getting such low download speeds. I can't manage to get above 250 kb/s, which is not great for getting 300 mb/s from my internet provider. supervisord.log
  4. I deleted the Netherlands file and added the Germany one, but Key 4 (VPN_REMOTE) still shows nl.privateinternetaccess.com. Do I need to manually change this? I want to make sure that I am enabling port forwarding.
  5. I've attached the full diagnostic. Additionally, I'm having any issue starting my deluge docker. I keep getting this error: Any help solving this would also be greatly appreciated! casey-nas-diagnostics-20180509-1449.zip
  6. Attached is the diagnostic log. Should I be concerned about the health of the drive? It's still fairly new. TOSHIBA_HDWE150_184PK2C9F57D-diagnostics-20180509 disk3 (sdc).txt
  7. My docker was working fine last night, but now it won't start. I keep getting the following error: Here is the log: Any help would be greatly appreciated! casey-nas-diagnostics-20180509-1449.zip
  8. All of a sudden my docker stopped working. I tried restarting the server and restarting the plugin, but I keep getting the following error in chrome: ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED Attached is the debug log, but the only error I see is: No such file or directory: '/config/dht.state' I'm not sure why that would have randomly changed, but I've never had issues with this docker before. deluged.log
  9. I set the following values: Disk Cache 'vm.dirty_background_ratio' (%): 1 Disk Cache 'vm.dirty_ratio' (%): 2 However, I am still getting issues. I restarted the array and I'm still getting this error. It only started happening recently, I've never had this issue before. casey-nas-diagnostics-20171017-1307.zip casey-nas-syslog-20171017-1307.zip
  10. I'm getting an error in Fix Common Problems that says I am having memory issues. Any help to get this resolved would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! casey-nas-diagnostics-20171016-2306.zip casey-nas-syslog-20171016-2306.zip
  11. I'm having trouble figuring out my LAN_NETWORK. When I type ifconfig into the command module, I get the following choices: as0t0: as0t1: as0t2: as0t3: as0t4: as0t5: as0t6: as0t7: bond0: br0: docker0 eth0: lo: veth0e9lccl: birbr0: I assume that I should use eth0 based on the example in the FAQ, but it doesn't even list a inet/netmask. Should I be using the flag number to identify? Also for Incoming Port inside Deluge, should I set that to random or should I leave it as is?
  12. So what is the point of using an endpoint with port forwarding (Netherlands) if we aren't going to be forwarding any ports?
  13. So I should change the Deluge port back to 1198?
  14. I'm having issues getting speeds higher than 500 kb/s down. I installed this docker via the [Spaceinvader One method.](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km0y9lmYXE0) (which I assume most people have done). I am connected to the Netherlands server, but I have not changed Key 5 "VPN_PORT" (or any of the ports other than the PIA username/password) in the docker. I changed the Deluge incoming port to 49160 and made sure to forward that port in my router. Any idea why my speeds are so slow?