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  1. Did you ever end up solving this? I am having the same issue.
  2. Also getting the same error at usually the same time. No idea what GSCP is.
  3. Hi all, Recently I started getting the following errors, I would appreciate any and all help I can get with this. If someone can look over my network settings that would be wonderful. I have two NICs. I decided to keep eth0 and br0 to unRaid and Dockers, whilst having eth1 being assigned to VM's using VLANS. I keep getting these errors. I'm not sure if I have my network settings correct, or if I am doing VLAN's correctly. Every 12 hours which is my USG router dhcp lease time, it gets a fail to rebind message and shortly after I get the following: I would also like to mention, I have a pihole container set on Custom br0: 192.168.1.5. Everytime I reboot unraid, the container fails to start. I have to turn dockers off and on again to get Custom br0 to show up again as a network interface and then start the container. Network settings: Docker settings: USG: Thank you in advance!
  4. I'm also experiecing this same issue with piHole which is using Custom br0 with an IP address I defined. After every reboot, I need to disable docker and enable docker to get Custom br0 to show up again.
  5. Upon further research, as long as I backup the config/super.dat file, unraid should recognize the XFS encryption and ask for a passphrase...someone correct me if I am wrong?
  6. I've read this https://wiki.unraid.net/index.php/Files_on_v6_boot_drive#Starting_Over and understand how to back up the drive configuration but does having an encrypted xfs drive configuration with an encryption key file change the process any way? How do I make sure I don't lose any data when I re-install unraid and backup the drive configuration, should I delete the encryption keyfile before hand? The goal is to keep the encrypted data on the array but restart unraid from scratch. Thanks for the help.
  7. My issue was resolved in the VM section I was not getting any luck here.
  8. Well either, or both of those solutions appears to have fixed my issue. Much appreciated @AnnabellaRenee87 @1812 !
  9. I've added append vfio_iommu_type1.allow_unsafe_interrupts=1 initrd=/bzroot to my syslinux.cfg Unfortunately my diagnostics do not say anything since unraid crashes and won't dump a diagnostics file. The last thing that shows up on the log is this: php-fpm[14569]: [WARNING] [pool www] server reached max_children setting (20), consider raising it Plex,Sonarr,Radarr,LetsEncrypt,Organizr,Nextcloud,Pihole,rtorrentvpn,tautulli,unifi,unms,ddclient,jackett,mariadb,netdata are all running on the server. System usually sits at 10% cpu load and memory at 24% I've enabled MSI interrupts (it was off) Capabilities: [68] MSI: Enable+ Count=1/1 Maskable- 64bit+ I will let it run overnight again and try shutting down tomorrow. Thanks for the suggestions!
  10. Posting here as I didn't get much luck in General support. Hey Everyone, So recently I've started having issues with my Windows 10 VM. Every time I send a shutdown signal from the VM list to shutdown the VM (or even if I go and shutdown from the windowsitself) it completely crashes unRaid. The webgui becomes unresponsive and I cannot ssh into my tower. I have to force shutdown the server by holding down the power button. This started happening shortly after I setup the GPU pass-through (nvidia GT 710) to the windows VM. Before this, I could shut it down no problem. Not sure if this is related or not. Things I have tried: Assign more RAM to the VM (8GB currently) (non gaming VM, just running Blue Iris and a screen capture) Increase vdisk size Increase core count (5 cores assigned, 10 threads) Change initial memory to match max memory (8GB) Turned off Hyper - V Used a GT 710 Graphics ROM BIOS (The GPU was working fine without this) Changed: Disk Cache 'vm.dirty_background_ratio' (%): 1 Disk Cache 'vm.dirty_ratio' (%): 2 The VM task manager shows 2GB used out of 8GB assigned to it, this can't be a memory issue can it? For the life of me I cannot figure this out. I can't capture any syslog because everything crashes before anything is able to be written. The only thing that will occasionally show up in the syslog when shutting the VM down is the following: php-fpm[14569]: [WARNING] [pool www] server reached max_children setting (20), consider raising it The VM will boot normally and if I shut it down within a few minutes, it shuts down no problem. This only happens when I try to shut it down the following day or when it has been up and running for awhile. System: Supermicro - X8DTL Dual L5640's 40GB RAM Windows 10 VM xml Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you! Update: I spun a new Win10 VM install with the Nvdia GT 710 pass through (4 cores, 4GB ram). The GPU shows up fine on device manager once windows installed the drivers for it. No issues there. Left it running overnight again. Logged into the VM this morning, shutdown the VM and unraid webGUI slowly starts to hang, then completely becomes unresponsive. No SSH no GUI. I had the syslog window open, the only message that came up again: php-fpm[14569]: [WARNING] [pool www] server reached max_children setting (20), consider raising it Tried to log in through IPMI and execute a graceful shutdown but it just froze after this message: gracefully shutting down php-fpm.................................................failed force quitting and then it just hung there for 15 minutes before I forcefully shut it off. I don't know if I'm leaking memory somewhere, I'm almost certain it has something to do with the GPU passthrough. I also tried using Fix Common Problems troubleshooting mode but when it crashes, it doesn't even up dumping a syslog or a tail log at all. Not sure where to go from here...
  11. Update: I spun a new Win10 VM install with the Nvdia GT 710 pass through (6 cores, 4GB ram). The GPU shows up fine on device manager once windows installed the drivers for it. No issues there. Left it running overnight again. Logged into the VM this morning, shutdown the VM and unraid webGUI slowly starts to hang, then completely becomes unresponsive. No SSH no GUI. I had the syslog window open, the only message that came up again: php-fpm[14569]: [WARNING] [pool www] server reached max_children setting (20), consider raising it Tried to log in through IPMI and execute a graceful shutdown but it just froze after this message: gracefully shutting down php-fpm.................................................failed force quitting and then it just hung there for 15 minutes before I forcefully shut it off. I don't know if I'm leaking memory somewhere, I'm almost certain it has something to do with the GPU passthrough. My next step is to try SeaBIOS instead of OVMF.
  12. Hey Everyone, So recently I've started having issues with my Windows 10 VM. Every time I send a shutdown signal from the VM list to shutdown the VM (or even if I go and shutdown from the windowsitself) it completely crashes unRaid. The webgui becomes unresponsive and I cannot ssh into my tower. I have to force shutdown the server by holding down the power button. This started happening shortly after I setup the GPU pass-through (nvidia GT 710) to the windows VM. Before this, I could shut it down no problem. Not sure if this is related or not. Things I have tried: Assign more RAM to the VM (8GB currently) (non gaming VM, just running Blue Iris and a screen capture) Increase vdisk size Increase core count (5 cores assigned, 10 threads) Change initial memory to match max memory (8GB) Turned off Hyper - V Used a GT 710 Graphics ROM BIOS (The GPU was working fine without this) Changed: Disk Cache 'vm.dirty_background_ratio' (%): 1 Disk Cache 'vm.dirty_ratio' (%): 2 The VM task manager shows 2GB used out of 8GB assigned to it, this can't be a memory issue can it? For the life of me I cannot figure this out. I can't capture any syslog because everything crashes before anything is able to be written. The only thing that will occasionally show up in the syslog when shutting the VM down is the following: php-fpm[14569]: [WARNING] [pool www] server reached max_children setting (20), consider raising it The VM will boot normally and if I shut it down within a few minutes, it shuts down no problem. This only happens when I try to shut it down the following day or when it has been up and running for awhile. System: Supermicro - X8DTL Dual L5640's 40GB RAM Windows 10 VM xml Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
  13. I am constantly getting these messages in the log. It doesn't lock up or anything, Plex still runs fine, but I do have the occasional hiccup where I have to restart the stream on my nvidia Shield. /mnt/user/media/ Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 Starting Avahi daemon Daemon already running on PID 276 and also this at the beginning of docker startup dbus[277]: [system] org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.AccessDenied: Failed to set fd limit to 65536: Operation not permitted Starting Avahi daemon Found user 'avahi' (UID 106) and group 'avahi' (GID 107). Successfully dropped root privileges. avahi-daemon 0.6.32-rc starting up. No service file found in /etc/avahi/services. *** WARNING: Detected another IPv4 mDNS stack running on this host. This makes mDNS unreliable and is thus not recommended. *** *** WARNING: Detected another IPv6 mDNS stack running on this host. This makes mDNS unreliable and is thus not recommended. ***
  14. This worked for me but I am having permission issues with Sonarr/Radarr when importing the extracted file. The extracted file reverts back to a umask of 0600 and therefore is unable to read and move the file across. I tried incorporating "chmod -R 777 %R" in the syntax but it keeps breaking it everytime. Maybe I'm just not formatting it right: unrar x "%F/*.r*" "%F/" chmod -R 775 "%R" Any suggestions? Thanks.
  15. Having the autodl config externally is great. Works perfect now thanks!