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  1. I received an email last night that my docker image will filling up. I didn't get a chance to login to the server last night, but apparently all my containers stopped and the entire server crashed. I couldn't get into the web GUI or even ping the server. I have it hooked up to rack mount KVM and couldn't even get a picture. I had to force reboot it so the logs are all wiped. Where would I start to try and track down what is causing the issue? I've read that it is typically the fault of a container writing information inside the docker image, but I haven't changed anything in months. I'm attaching a screenshot of my current mappings along with the directory structure of my cache drive. Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks! Event: Docker critical image disk utilization Subject: Alert [TOWER] - Docker image disk utilization of 95% Description: Docker utilization of image file /mnt/cache/system/docker/docker.img Importance: alert
  2. I think this is what you want to do, right? Spaceinvader One did a video on it a little while back.
  3. I was moving some things around today using disk shares and I'm pretty sure I have my split level incorrectly set for my TV Show folder. Here are how my directories are setup. --TV Shows ----Ozark --------Season 1 -------------S01E02.mkv If I want to keep all episodes in a season together, would my split level be "Split only the top three directory levels"? I don't mind if Season 1 is on one disk and Season 2 is on another disk. If I change the split level, does unRAID attempt to combine existing files, or is the change something that only changes future writes to the disks?
  4. I'm trying to find a compatible 4 port NIC for my server. Does anyone have any suggestions? I'm not looking to spend a lot of money because honestly it's just for me to play with right now. I'm playing with VLANs and traffic shaping and thought it would be fun. I can find 2 port cards, but not 4 port cards. I was leaning towards Intel because they seem to be the most compatible. Would something like this work? https://www.ebay.com/itm/133993864047?hash=item1f32a81b6f:g:IOIAAOSwER1h4LJR
  5. I'm hoping someone can help me with moving my AppData folders to another drive. I just installed 2 more SSDs so that my AppData drive isn't on the cache drive and subjected to so many read/write events. Is there an easy way to move the folders that are on the cache drive to another drive? It's not as simple as renaming the current Cache drive AppData and then naming another drive Cache is it? I'm also assuming if I just drag and drop my AppData folder to another drive all my dockers are going to explode? So somehow I'd need to move the AppData folder and then fix all the docker containers somehow?
  6. I actually have 2 SSDs laying around that I can use. I was planning on using 1 for VMs, 1 for Cache and the smaller 512 that is in there now for the AppData stuff. It just seems like SAB writes a pile of data to the current cache that stores the docker containers. I also recently went through a drive dropping off the array that you helped me resolve so I have a 6TB spindle disk laying around that I was either going to use as a cache drive or add back to the array. So I have 1 x 6TB spindle, 1 x 512GB SSD (currently used as the cache drive) and 2 x 1TB SSDs sitting on the shelf that I can leverage. I'd appreciate any additional advice you'd like to share! tower-diagnostics-20211215-0859.zip
  7. Currently I have my array and a single 512GB SSD I use as a cache drive. It also houses my docker containers. I was watching a video the other day where the person said that you shouldn't have the docker container AppData folders on the cache drive because of all the abuse the cache drive takes when moving data to the array. Is that correct? Should I use a separate drive for cache to minimize writes on the SSD? I have another SSD I can throw in there if needed? I am using Crashplan to backup the AppData folder so it is protected, but I'd rather minimize my chances of having downtime.
  8. I actually tried to run the extended SMART test, but shortly after starting the test, it appeared as though the drive went to sleep. I refreshed the page and it said something like "No recent results". I decided to do the pre-clear instead. When I did and went back to the drive page, it showed that it was apparently trying to do the SMART test when the drive woke up. So from what I'm seeing, it's doing the preclear and the SMART test at the same time and has been for the last 36 hours. The SMART test shows at 90%. I guess I'm really stressing it out!
  9. I threw the 6TB drive back in the server and have it setup to run through 2 preclear cycles. It just finished the first one successfully. If it passes the second, it is safe to use as an array drive? Event: Preclear on WD-WX51D6422029 Subject: Disk WD-WX51D6422029 (sdp) PASSED cycle 1! Description: Preclear: Disk WD-WX51D6422029 (sdp) PASSED cycle 1! Importance: normal Disk sdp has successfully finished a preclear cycle! Finished Cycle 1 of 2 cycles. Last Cycle's Pre-Read Time: 12:36:26. Last Cycle's Zeroing Time: 12:03:36. Last Cycle's Post-Read Time: 12:35:27. Last Cycle's Elapsed Time: 37:15:38 Disk Start Temperature: 26 C Disk Current Temperature: 31 C Starting a new cycle.
  10. Thanks! I was going to create a pfSense VM, but I guess that is out of the question. I appreciate the help!
  11. Sweet. Thanks! Is AES the same as AES-NI? Here is the flags section of the output.
  12. Is there a way to find out within unRAID if my processor supports AES-NI? I've done a search on the processor and can't find that information in the AMD data sheets. I have dual AMD Opteron 6380's. Thanks!
  13. I was able to get an 8TB external HDD from Best Buy, shucked it and slapped it in where Disk 12 lived. It's in the process of a rebuild right now. I got paranoid and wanted to get the disk replaced before anything else failed. Estimated completion is 1 day 2 hours. Is it alright to use the array while the rebuild is progressing, or should I not be using it during the rebuild? I think this has taught me that I need a second parity drive and then another drive just sitting there waiting to go. My critical data is backed up, but my media isn't. It would just be a ton of work to rip all the disks again. It's hard to find a cost effective way to backup 61TB.
  14. I just received an email that Disk 12 had 18 read errors and was then put into an error state. It's a Supermicro chassis so there aren't any cables to re-seat. I'm assuming the drive is actually bad, but I'm hoping someone can look at my diagnostics and point me in the right direction? I installed a 10TB drive about a week ago, so would the best thing to do be copy the data from /disk12 (drive with errors) -> /disk14 (new 10TB Drive). I have plenty of space to hold the 6TB of data on disk12, but I'm not sure about the errors and copying all that data off the drive. It would take me a few days to get a new HDD delivered and precleared. Am I safe to use the array until I get a new drive or should I shut it down? tower-diagnostics-20211124-1640.zip
  15. Thanks for the help @whitedwarf that worked perfectly.