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  1. Thank you @Hoopster. I read earlier in the thread that you had disabled Turbo Boost but wrote it off as it seemed it was temperature related. I have not seen anything in my system reach over 40°C (except that MB sensor showing 85°C), and watching most of the parity check the CPU never went above 38°C. However after disabling Turbo Boost, I was able to complete a parity check.
  2. Thank you @Hoopster for this deal/thread. I upgraded my almost 9 year old server. I'm running into an odd issue and trying to determine if it's hardware or software. My system runs fine until I start a parity check. During the parity check unRaid freezes but I am still able to reach the IPMI interface. I'm using BMC Firmware 1.80.00 and BIOS Firmware L2.21A. From my IPMI event log it shows CPU_CATERR. 3 | 07/04/2020, 08:34:35 | CPU_CATERR | Processor | State Asserted - Asserted I ran a syslog server but I don't see anything related. <30>Jul 4 02:46:03 DeathStar ool www[17368]: /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/scripts/rsyslog_config 192.168.1.5 04/07 02:46:03.013 <46>Jul 4 02:46:06 DeathStar rsyslogd: [origin software="rsyslogd" swVersion="8.1908.0" x-pid="17979" x-info="https://www.rsyslog.com"] start 192.168.1.5 04/07 02:46:05.473 <4>Jul 4 02:46:32 DeathStar kernel: mdcmd (88): spindown 3 192.168.1.5 04/07 02:46:31.123 <4>Jul 4 02:46:32 DeathStar kernel: mdcmd (89): spindown 6 192.168.1.5 04/07 02:46:32.001 <4>Jul 4 02:46:34 DeathStar kernel: mdcmd (90): spindown 4 192.168.1.5 04/07 02:46:33.832 <4>Jul 4 02:46:35 DeathStar kernel: mdcmd (91): spindown 5 192.168.1.5 04/07 02:46:34.483 <4>Jul 4 02:46:45 DeathStar kernel: mdcmd (92): check 192.168.1.5 04/07 02:46:44.087 <4>Jul 4 02:46:45 DeathStar kernel: md: recovery thread: check P ... 192.168.1.5 04/07 02:46:44.087 <13>Jul 4 03:00:01 DeathStar Recycle Bin: Scheduled: Files older than 7 days have been removed 192.168.1.5 04/07 03:00:00.645 <77>Jul 4 03:40:21 DeathStar crond[2295]: exit status 1 from user root /usr/local/sbin/mover &> /dev/null 192.168.1.5 04/07 03:40:20.584 I also downloaded the MCA Log (attached). It looks like the CPU may be defective, but I've never seen anything like it. CPU1 Do not Present!! Get CPU0 MCA Error Source Log failed: CC = 0x81 Get CPU core number failed: CC = 0x81. Default catch 28 cores. Diagnostics also attached, run just after rebooting. Any help is appreciated, and can move this to its own topic if needed. MCALog.txt deathstar-diagnostics-20200704-1144.zip
  3. I love unRaid's flexibility and ease of use. Wishlist: native ZFS
  4. Fixed. I was able to boot to GUI mode without plugins then update unRaid from 6.4.1 to 6.5.1 which took care of the issue.
  5. Went to watch something on Plex but it wouldn't connect to my Plex Server which is a docker on my Unraid machine. Tried browsing to tower/dashboard and it fails to load in any browser or device. Tried direct ip and still a no go. I can browse via file explorer on Win10 and can ssh in. Tried a reboot but that didn't fix the problem. Attached is the diagnostic zip. Thank you for any help. . deathstar-diagnostics-20180511-2243.zip
  6. ntlm auth = yes seems to have fixed my problem.
  7. I'm having a similar issue trying to connect with Windows 10. No issues before the upgrade. Since the upgrade I cannot access files using my user account. I can access shares using a guest account but it does not have write access. My username and password are the same in both Windows and Unraid.
  8. I added a new Path for /etc/localtime but my time is still off. yes, add a new Path for /etc/localtime as shown below:
  9. The Query Log time is exactly +5 hours from my actual time (EST). Is there a variable I can set to correct for what I think is the incorrect timezone?
  10. I had the same problem but changed the Network Type from Bridge mode to Host mode I think so! here's all my configuration (it even shows the URL with the unRAID server IP) thanks a lot!
  11. Dynamix Local Master: I've got a strange display issue on the plugins page. See attached picture. Chrome inspect shows: Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 (File not found). The image does show correctly at the top of the page.
  12. I'm trying to upgrade from 2016.0.01a to 2016.01.02 but receive the following error: plugin: bad file MD5: /boot/config/plugins/dynamix.file.integrity/dynamix.file.integrity.txz
  13. The update to 10586.29 is when I started having problems, odd.
  14. I had the same problem after Windows 10 updated last week. I came across this thread and this in particular: After disabling SMBv2 and SMBv3 on the SMB client in Windows 10 my unRAID machine is no longer hidden.
  15. Attached is the SMART report from my cache drive. I had the SMART error appear then disappear on reboot. The attached screenshot shows the current status. I tried running the SMART extended self-test before rebooting but it hit 90% then never finished (I waited two hours). Thank you for any advice.