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Conmyster

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  1. Do you not get sent the replacement key via email, when you enter your email and click "Replace Key"
  2. Hello, The full guide can be found here: https://wiki.unraid.net/UnRAID_6/Changing_The_Flash_Device Could you describe at what step you get issue?
  3. I have 7171 Episodes and 884 Movies and I am using almost 15TB. The movies and tv episodes are only in 1080p
  4. What BIOS does the VM have it set to? Whenever I used a VM on UnRAID I would have it set to SeaBIOS (I no longer use UnRAID for VMs so not sure how things have changed)
  5. Can't wait to see what it looks like, I am guessing it will fit to the current WebUI design.
  6. Yup in the change logs for a few plugins now I have seen mentions to 6.8. From seeing a feature requests looks like 6.8 will have a proper login page as well.
  7. Hello, I am unsure if this feature has already been requested somewhere (Searched through a bit around the forum) As the title suggests, I am not at this stage yet to need clustering of UnRAID servers. However I would like this feature to become a reality. Having the ability to quickly setup 2 or more servers and run them in a cluster would be great. I know GlusterFS is a thing, although it does require more user knowledge and understanding. Addition: - Possibly in addition to the above feature, it would be nice to be able to add more than 28 data drives.
  8. Ah so I see now, I ran ls /mnt on my unraid terminal, docker did create /mnt/diskX I have changed the XML now and users will have to manually add their disks if they would like them to be monitored. In addition I have also added a guide to the support thread to show users how to add a disk for monitoring. Edit: This thread can be closed! Support Thread:
  9. Understood, just so you are aware the paths are added as RO meaning the container can only see the disks. I will have a look at removing the disk paths from the XML tomorrow (UK) and will update the support thread providing a guide on how to add disks for monitoring.
  10. When running ls /mnt in the docker container terminal you will get all the disks that were added (even ones that are not present in your system) However Zabbix does not see those as drives and will not monitor them.
  11. My docker I created has all 30 disks and cache added like my XML template. I have not noticed any large spikes in RAM. The current RAM usage of my Zabbix Agent docker is hovering around 6.8MB - 7.2MB
  12. With your current setup, it would be difficult to utilize the 8 drives. Depending on how much money you have available to spend then, you could possible by some parts and build a new unit. Although again this depends on how much money you have available and are willing to spend. If you would like some help in deciding parts (with a price goal) then I am (or anyone else I expect) will be happy to help.
  13. I would love to see this added natively within unraid. It would defiantly improve the user experience.
  14. Yes, I would love to see this sooner than later. I don't mind loosing some cache space (all be it not much) so that we can have unraid running with redundancy. As at current anything goes wrong with the Flash and you reboot. That's it bye bye.
  15. A log of of disk install etc would be nice to see as well, instead I am guessing currentlu buried in the system logs.
  16. So now that the XML has been created and I have created a support topic. I would say this thread can now be closed. Link to support thread (will be updated once moved to correct section by moderator)
  17. Overview: Support for my Docker template of the zabbix-agent container Application: Zabbix-Agent - https://www.zabbix.com/ DockerHub: https://hub.docker.com/r/zabbix/zabbix-agent Agent Version: 4.2 Minimum Server Version: 4.2 Before using this docker please make sure you have a Zabbix Server (optional to have Proxy as well) setup. In addition you should have a basic understanding of Linux. In case anyone is wondering, yes privileged mode does need to be left as enabled. This allows the agent to see system resources See the below exert directly from the official Zabbix DockerHub: "By default, Docker containers are "unprivileged" and do not have access to the most of host resources. Zabbix agent is designed to monitor system resources, to do that Zabbix agent container must be privileged..." Adding Disks for Monitoring: At the bottom of the docker configuration you will see this (click it): The following screen will load: When filling in the above make sure "Path" is selected from the drop down. - Name can be anything you want to call it, I would suggest calling the name of the disk - Container Path should be /mnt/[name of drive] example /mnt/disk1 - Host Path should be same as Container Path - Access Mode can be just Read Only - Description can be left - Now click Add
  18. The issue being that the manufacturing date,date of purchase and warranty end are generally different and I would say be best for the user to manually edit. However what would be nice is.. When you install a new drive a popup window is opened and asks you to enter these details.
  19. Okay so after a quick test: I added /mnt/disk6 and /mnt/disk7 as paths within the Zabbix Agent docker (My server has no disk6 or disk7 installed). I then ran a manual discovery check within Zabbix and as hoped it only found the actual disks that are there. This means I expect the best method would be to create the template with the 30 disks max and the 1 cache. If @trurl could provide some assistance on how to and where to submit a template I would be happy to create it.
  20. The issue with adding /mnt to the agent docker is that it would calculate the total, used and free space of everything inside of it and would treat /mnt as one device. The issue with this is that each user share is in /mnt as well as cache and the disks. I guess a template could be made with a default of x amount of disks and cache added. I am unsure on how Zabbix would treat a disk that isn't actually there. (I will have to test this.)
  21. @trurl Personally I would do if I knew how to... If it came from CA then I would like it to have the ability to auto add the disks (or allow user to choose which disks to add). This way it is less of a manual task for the user.
  22. As you can see from image attached I currently have 15TB storage and I am fairly close to filling it. Fortunately I have a new HDD due to arrive soon. Which will increase my storage to 18TB.
  23. So it seems that with doing a bit more of a play around I can get the docker Zabbix Agent to work. See the image attached. As you can see to add disks it is a bit of a manual task each disk has to be added as a path to the docker. The only trigger within Zabbix I had to disable for my unraid server was "Lack of Swap" as it seems unraid does not make use of swap memory.
  24. Ok great to hear! In the mean time I may take more of a deep dive to try and get the disks seen by the docker container version of the agent.
  25. Myself I only need the agent as I run the sever in a VM on my Proxmox Environment. When you say "relatively easy" to compile a version of the agent to be a plugin. How easy would that be? As I am not overly confident when it comes to coding/scripting.