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  1. Hey skios, thanks for your help. Sadly the changes to the config file didn't change the errors I'm getting. And there don't appear to be any errors in the log of nextcloud that would indicate why noting is uploading over a certain size. The changes I made to the config file were: <?php $CONFIG = array ( 'memcache.local' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\APCu', 'datadirectory' => '/data', 'instanceid' => 'random characters', 'passwordsalt' => 'different randoom characters', 'secret' => 'longer string of random characters', 'trusted_domains' => array ( 0 => 'LAN IP: And nexcloud port', 1 => 'mycloudURL', ), 'trusted_proxies' => array ( 0 => 'swag', ), 'dbtype' => 'mysql', 'version' => '19.0.6.2', 'overwrite.cli.url' => 'https://LANIP:different nextcloud port', 'overwriteprotocol' => 'https', 'overwritehost' => 'mycloudURL', 'dbname' => 'MyServerName+cloud', 'dbhost' => 'LANIP:DPPort', 'dbport' => '', 'dbtableprefix' => 'oc_', 'mysql.utf8mb4' => true, 'dbuser' => 'its_me!', 'dbpassword' => 'myPassword', 'installed' => true, 'maintenance' => false, 'theme' => '', 'loglevel' => 2, ); Any further ideas?
  2. Oops I completely missed your request to post the config.php. Now your Hide sensitive info makes sense! Ok here it goes: <?php $CONFIG = array ( 'memcache.local' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\APCu', 'datadirectory' => '/data', 'instanceid' => 'random_string_of_characters', 'passwordsalt' => 'a_different_random_string_of_characters', 'secret' => 'not_your_string_of_random_characters_;)', 'trusted_domains' => array ( 0 => 'LAN-IP:NexcloudPort', 1 => 'URL-for-nextcloud', ), 'dbtype' => 'mysql', 'version' => '19.0.6.2', 'overwrite.cli.url' => 'https://LAN-IP:DifferentNextcloudPort', 'dbname' => 'NameOfHost', 'dbhost' => 'LAN-IP:dbHostPort', 'dbport' => '', 'dbtableprefix' => 'oc_', 'mysql.utf8mb4' => true, 'dbuser' => 'MyUserName', 'dbpassword' => 'MyPassword', 'installed' => true, 'maintenance' => false, 'theme' => '', 'loglevel' => 2, ); Also, how do you post code or other things so they show up in that box you can scroll through?
  3. No it doesn't. I do get a different error though than the upload and edit side gets. For the upload and editing I get the error: "An unknown error has occurred". And nothing happens after that. With the upload only I get the error: "Could not upload "[FILE NAME]" ". I this case it was a mov file. Finally you left a note to "Please hide sensitive info!" did I post sensitive info? I thought I hadn't.
  4. Hey Skois, so I edited my php-local.ini file and changed my upload_max_filesize=100G as well as the other changes you made in the first block of text but I am still having the same issue for uploads when not logged in. My php file now reads: ``` ; Edit this file to override php.ini directives and restart the container date.timezone = America/Los_Angeles upload_max_filesize=100G memory_limit=8G max_execution_time=7200 max_input_time=7200 post_max_size=100G max_file_uploads = 200 default_socket_timeout = 7200 ``` Any other suggestions?
  5. https://help.nextcloud.com/t/upload-not-working-for-non-users/99265/4 Also I have been dm-ing with devnull and they have been helping me out.
  6. So I wanted to update my issue if anyone is following along. I was able to get a bit of help from the Nextcloud support community and have discovered that it is actually a file size limitation somewhere. I have tried increasing my PHP file and NGIX max file seizes with no luck yet. But I suspect that I didn't increase the rights files as the file locations are different in the docker version than in the linux distros people are posting about on the Nextcloud forums. So I can upload files, I just can't upload file that are "large" (i.e. in excess of at least 50MB in size and I suspect smaller but I don't have an efficient way to test). The files that have been successfully uploaded are in the 10s of KBs range. So.... does anyone have a suggestion where I might look for what/why this is being limited? And why its only happening on upload/file drops where it's an 'unknown'/'guest' user? If I have someone log in there isn't an issue uploading big files which makes me think it nextcloud causing the issue and not something outside of Nextcloud (i.e. php setup or NGIX limitations).
  7. Hello all, I have been trying to have other people upload files to a folder I have created on Nextcloud and created a share link to allow for uploading to the folder. However it was reported to me that they were having trouble and I was able to "recreate" the issue on my side. The issue: when uploading files to the shared folder all files no matter how I upload them (via drag and drop or the dialogue to upload files) immediately shows the error "An unknown error has occurred." On occasion I'll get an error along the lines of - Server connection lost - but that one has been far more inconsistent and I think it is related to whatever the problem is preventing any files from being uploaded. Now with all of that being said I can upload files if I am logged in as a user and that is the workaround I have created for the other person in this case but I would like to be able to simply share a link in the future and have other people be able to upload files to me. The other part in this case has been able to download files from the link without issue however uploading seems to be a problem. Which is strange. Why would downloading work but not uploading, any bight ideas here? Thanks for your help!
  8. So an update to this topic. From initial testing the 4TB SSD I put in the server seems to have fixed the issue with ProTools, and therefore rendered the OS X compatibility moot since the overlying issue seems to be resolved. As such I'll mark it solved for now. But if anything new arises I'll be sure to document it here. Thanks 1812 for the suggestion!
  9. Gosh it has taken me too long to respond. Thanks for the reply 1812 I'm looking at getting an SSD to put the sound library on but haven't pulled the trigger yet. Once I do I'll be sure to report back here though.
  10. So I am working with AVID support to troubleshoot an issue in ProTools where the "workspace" of ProTools seems to be hanging trying to "collect subfolders" seeming associated with my sound effects library that is stored on my unRAID server. And one of the questions they asked is if "[unRAID] is optimized for OS X" which seems like a bit of a silly question to ask since SMB 3.0 is officially supported on OS X so I really don't see how unRAID really would have much to factor into this. But since I can't seem to find any documentation say specifically that OS X is supported connecting to unRAID via SMB I wanted to reach out here and see what you all had to say, and if anyone knew specifically about OS X compatibility. On a side note, a few more details about my issue seeing as it might be storage related. There are A LOT of small audio files that ProTools is trying to catalogue, and I wonder if that is the hang up of why this isn't working so well. I am running unRIAD on a 45drives AV15 with WD Gold HDDs on a Supermicro motherboard. I am connecting to the server via 10GbE from a MacPro 7,1 but obviously the spinning rust is the bottleneck in this situation not the network speed. If you need more details than that let me know, I'm happy to swamp you with as much info as you find helpful. My guess as to what is going on is the latency of accessing info off the array seeing as there is network overhead (however little) + array ZFS overhead + overhead in accessing info on a spinning disk. So I wonder if I would see an improvement in performance, and a resolution to my problem by moving the SFX libraries over to an SSD? And then would I be able to edit off the array if all projects were off an SSD? I just find this weird because I was told by a few people (over at 45drives and AVID) that spinning disks should be fine for editing off of on a NAS, but I have not found that to be the case at all. I appreciate you time in helping me with this. And maybe unRAID can become every ProTools owners dream, all the storage you ever needed and expandable when you run out to edit off of. Cheers!
  11. Who's the newb?! I am! Thanks Jonathanm!
  12. Solved: It was the optical drive. More particularly the optical disk in the drive. So strange. I pulled the disk out from the drive and the array immediately started. Same when I unplugged the optical drive. But the array also starts with the optical drive plugged in, with no disk in it. Also my install of 6.8.0 was not the issue even with the ungraceful shutdown. I was able to recopy everything back onto the boot flash and now have everything precisely the way it was before this weirdness. Please mark as SOLVED I can't seem to change the post header.
  13. I cannot get the array to start under normal circumstances. So far only in maintenance mode. I’ll have to give that hardware troubleshooting a try tomorrow when I have more time, I’ll be sure to update this post with what I find out.
  14. Hey Benson, so both of those prompts aren't returning immediately like they seem to in your screenshot. I think the next step for me to try is to move slots, however I can't see a reason why that would change anything because unRAID is detecting the disks, it just doesn't seem to be able to start the array. And it went from a working array to a non-functioning array without me physically touching the machine.
  15. Benson, do you have an idea where to start with looking into this further?