BioHazardous

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  1. No worries! I know this is 100% charity by you with helping out shmucks like me who don't know what they're doing Hope you had a great holiday! So I tried already with the GPU stats to have it pointed to my GTX 960 when I started up the PM docker, and it still didn't get any stats from the GPU. I did not try uninstalling the GPU stats plugin as I had made an assumption about it not interfering with docker's abilities to also read the same info. I could very well be incorrect with my assumption. I believe I was basing it on the fact that the Dyamix fan plug was recommended, a
  2. I think I may have figured out both issues I was facing. Onto the next one. PhoenixStats doesn't show temp or fan speed, and I have a feeling that's why the temp and fan speed aren't being controlled. PhoenixMiner is running privileged. I have the GPU Statistics plugin, and I put my GTX 1070 card on it since I couldn't see anything in PhoenixStats, and it was at 50% fan and 79C, so I shut it down since nothing seemed like it was being controlled with my settings of target temp of 70C, fan min speed of 70%, etc. Here's my additional arguments: -coin eth -worker unRAID -proto 2
  3. Solved I believe, looks like the default password parameter that gets added as a .x at the end of your wallet ID for my pool is actually used as the mining rig name, and then I added my email address as -pass since that's used as a "password" for my pool with nanopool.org Sorry, one other question. Is there a way to add my email to be passed along? Was just looking into my settings, and apparently I can't change anything without an email address tied to all my workers, just added one to my Windows worker, but don't see what parameter to use with Phoenixminer to do this.
  4. Solved this in subsequent post below, leaving this here for anybody else running into the same issue. Can you take a look at my logs and help me figure out why I just get disconnected as soon as I connect, and nothing is happening as far as mining goes? Sorry, I'll freely admit I'm terrible with Linux. I just use my unRAID server for Plex, but I barely know what I'm doing there as well I added a second video card and put in the correct GPU UUID in, and I think I got everything else "correct" but clearly I've bollocksed up something here. After the last line, it just keeps repeat
  5. Thanks for the help! I'm not sure why I didn't try that variable before coming here. I think it was when I had done one of the updates, WinSCP said the folder I was in didn't exist anymore, and I had to navigate back from root, and I must have had it in my head that it was User0.
  6. At least I think it's always been User0. Point is, it's not disk1, disk2, disk3, or disk4 as I know those write directly to disk. Maybe I should try writing to User instead of User0.
  7. I upload movies the same way I always have, using WinSCP to FTP to my server in the basement. I go to User0 and my media folder, and then the appropriate subfolder. In the past, this would go to the cache drive before it ran its process at some early hour in the morning to move media files from cache to disk. I upload stuff now, and there's nothing new on the cache drive, it just sits at its same used space amount and I see Disk 2 constantly updating the number of writes while I'm uploading.
  8. It's possible this issue started between 6.6.1 and 6.6.3. I only just noticed that my cache drive isn't being written to and I'm on 6.6.3 now. I checked the share setting for "media" and it's set to "yes" for the Use Cache Disk setting. It's also setup in the global share settings. It had been working since I started using Unraid about a year ago I think. Not sure what to try as I believe I've looked up all I can as far as settings go to play around with. Thanks in advance!
  9. Thanks! That helped. I'll have to do a real test later when I transfer a movie file over that I rip later today. I was only copying small files off of the server for a backup of my thumb drive, so obviously it won't ramp up to full speed with those small of files.
  10. My SFTP connection speeds over a local network are terrible now. I used to get around 55MB/s and now I get around 100KB/s and constantly getting host is not communicating for more than 15 seconds errors from WinSCP. Is there some setting I need to go find and change? Forgive me, I'm not a Linux expert by any stretch of the imagination. This is all I see in the logs: Sep 25 09:26:28 Tower sshd[20211]: SSH: Server;LType: Throughput;Remote: 192.168.3.3-60509;IN: 0;OUT: 6304;Duration: 75.8;tPut_in: 0.0;tPut_out: 83.2 Sep 25 09:26:34 Tower sshd[20888]: SSH: Server;Ltype: Ve
  11. Everything ended up freezing up on me. My Putty connection to the server was non-responsive after a few minutes, then FTP wouldn't let me connect anymore. So had to restart it manually. It's back up and running.. *Shrugs* Just wish I knew why this issue occurred in the first place.
  12. Went to syslog, and found something a little different from earlier today: Apr 9 15:00:17 Tower php-fpm[3781]: [WARNING] [pool www] server reached max_children setting (20), consider raising it Any other logs I should check or things I should look for? I just don't want to try restarting it then lose access to all of this fun stuff if it doesn't come back up.
  13. Not sure what happened, but the UI just stopped responding. I can still FTP to the server, but Plex wasn't working, so was trying to restart the docker, but can't connect to the UI. Checked the nginx logs and there are a few errors from today, mostly similar to this: 2018/04/09 15:33:37 [error] 3807#3807: *15222439 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading response header from upstream, client: 192.168.3.3, server: , request: "GET /Main HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock", host: "192.168.3.107", referrer: "http://192.168.3.107/Se