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  1. macOS Big Sur 11.2.3 is 071-14766. Bear in mind, it does take awhile to download though. check the logs in: mnt/user/appdata/macinabox/macinabox/macinabox_BigSur.log
  2. Hi. I am not sure what is happening here. I upgraded through the gui and rebooted. Monitor shows kernel panic. I can boot in safe mode but I'm not sure what's going on here. Diagnostics attached. Thanks so much for your help in advance!
  3. So I kind of figured it out. Under "Local tunnel firewall" I entered my lan subnet and "Deny". The only problem is that my UnRAID server is in that subnet and I still have access to it. Even if I put the UnRAID IP in there, it still allows it through. Obviously because that's the tunnel address. I assume there's a way to do this that I'm just not seeing. Any help would be greatly appreciated. (I'm trying to provide my family with a remote PiHole but don't want them to have access to my UnRAID IP). Thanks!
  4. This is great! Is it possible to create a client who has remote tunnel access to the internet but no LAN access? ie. Same public IP?
  5. Ever figure this out? I'm in the same situation right now.
  6. Yup, flash disk is definitely corrupt. Took it out and put it in a separate machine and it gives me errors when trying to copy over certain files. Also checked some of the xml files that the ui complained was corrupted against an older backup and it looks like they are: I went ahead and made an order for a new flash drive but in the meantime, I plan to format the corrupted one I'm using and try it again until I receive the new one (to keep uptime and to avoid the "changing flash drives too often" UnRAID rule). Would there be any issue with using a backup from June 28? Unfortunately, I only backed up the "config" directory. If no issue with an old backup of only config, am I correct in saying that I only need to re-make the usb, replace the new config directory with my old one, execute the proper "make_bootable" file (mac), then insert and boot? Thanks again.
  7. Yes, I noticed that too. Something about IPMI. May just disable the sensors. Thanks again!
  8. Yes, it's the port on the motherboard. I'll try to put it on an external port and see if that helps. Besides that, is there anything else that may be causing issues that you may have noticed in my diagnostics? Thanks!
  9. Hi, I am having an issue with my instance of UnRAID. I'm running 6.7.0. Firstly, I haven't really had time recently to play with it (UnRAID, not my peter ) so I've been sitting on 6.7.0. I hope to update soon when nobody is using the server. The UI has gone a bit crazy and is showing me this, which is different than the usual dark mode: I assume it has to do with this: Which is also leading to this?: Also, it says that VM and Docker is down but my containers and VMs are working fine (as far as I can tell). Just wondering if my fix is to buy a new USB stick or is there something else in the diagnostics file that says otherwise? If USB is it, I hear this one is great: Further info: - My SATA controller is a Marvell 88SE9215 which I hear is not the worst offender of Marvells. - I have been seeing crc error counts every once in awhile. Since I can't read diagnostics files well, I was wondering if it looks like that problems have been resolved (I think my SATA cable was just loose the last time I saw it. Around the end of June.) Thanks so much for the support here everyone. Probably the best community for getting incredible and friendly help when you're tech savvy enough to want to play around with this cool software/hardware but not savvy enough to understand the inner workings. It is truly appreciated.
  10. I put the USB in my workstation and downloaded the diagnostics file. You may be right though as I invoked the boot menu and unraid booted up fine. Weird because in the bios, the first option is the USB. It is on a Marvell controller but supposedly, it's chipset is not one with the issues? It's 88SE9215. On boot, I see a "crc error count is 8" on the SSD connected to the Marvell controller so I will try to re connect the cables just in case.
  11. Hi, I was away on vacation and noticed my server went down. Now, I get "this is not a bootable disk please insert a bootable floppy and try again" when I try to boot. I had an issue at the end of May where this also happened after an unclean shutdown so I have a feeling that my USB drive might be the issue. It's a 16GB USB 3.0 drive (I know, 2.0 is best). The diagnostics are attached: Thanks!
  12. 1024 MB is only 1 GB. Not sure if it's a typo but 60000 MB is only about 58.6 GB.
  13. I'm still on 6.6.5 and was looking to update to 6.7.0. Figure I'd read through this thread first. Although I have a SAS2008 card for my HDDs, I am using a Marvell 88SE9215 card for my SSD Cache Pool... that I just bought too due to lack of SATAIII ports on my motherboard (and some issues I read about re: TRIM on SSDs on a SAS controller). This is what I see under Tools > System Devices. Can't tell if it's one of the problematic cards or not: `IOMMU group 18:[1b4b:9215] 06:00.0 SATA controller: Marvell Technology Group Ltd. Device 9215 (rev 11)` Would anyone know if this may cause me issues? Does anyone who has this card upgrade with/out problems? Would prefer to get feedback before trying to upgrade. Also, if there are problems with this card (or if I *should* eventually replace it), what card would be recommended for SSDs? Thanks for the awesome work Limetech team!
  14. This is great! Thanks John for the easy write up. My Time Machine External HD just crashed at 12:01 on April 1. I guess it was trying to tell me it wasn't an April Fools joke: Anyways, I set it up the way you wrote it up with a few changes and have my backup running right now. Fingers crossed. The only thing I did differently was leave Minimum Free Space to 0 and am using all disks for now until I buy some dedicated TM drives. Not enough space unfortunately. Also, although I didn't do it, wouldn't setting Use Cache Disk to Yes be beneficial once the initial backup is done? For speed? Maybe even for the initial backup with a bunch of manual Mover invoking? Not sure if I'm over thinking that. On a separate note, I was looking at Carbon Copy Cloner for some time and just bit the bullet and bought it. I know that it's best used when cloning to an external HD/SSD; however, I was hoping to make CCC backups of only my Hackintosh 250 GB SSD to my UnRAID server; and in the case of a failure, be able to just buy another SSD, put the CCC backup on it and replace the old one. I've been reading about sparse bundles, sparseimages, and other CCC & UnRAID related stuff here and on the CCC help pages, but I'm confused. Would it be best to make an SMB User Share with Enhanced OSX Operability or should I make another AFP share and export without the Time Machine option? And once that's done, what's the best way to set CCC to perform the backups? Sparse Bundle? Sparse Image? Lastly, my Hackintosh is currently running El Capitan but I am planning to do an update as soon as I can get a good CCC cloned drive and the Nvidia drivers are updated for Mojave (or I buy a compatible gpu). I remember reading that pre Sierra machines may not work well with SMB in this use case? Not sure. Thanks for the help! P.S. OSX offers an option to back up to multiple locations with disk rotation. When I went to select the UnRAID share, it asked if I wanted to replace the disk or backup to both. Could be a good option.
  15. Ok thank you. I'll have to peruse through RDP Calibre to see what's up. I'm still curious as to how Heimdall can grow to now 9gb. I went through every setting and don't see anywhere where anything could be saved besides what's in /config. My log files are >100mb as well. Edit: I mean <100mb
  16. Thank you for the quick reply. So is going to the respective folders through samba and checking that the files there match what are showing via the container console (navigate to those directories and `ls`) enough? If so, they all show the same file structure. ie. /mnt/user/eBooks/calibre library in samba shows the same files as opening container console, `cd /library`, `ls`. The RDP-Calibre one may be a bit more difficult to figure out; however, with only 1 path mapped in Heimdall (and the contents of /mnt/user/appdata/heimdall via samba matching /config in console... and showing up to date logs), I feel like I'm missing something. Apologies if I'm just not "getting it".
  17. Anyone know why I would be getting this: My Volume Mapping seems to be correct. It reflects what's in the respective folder: Even though it's semi off topic, that RDP-Calibre is the only other container with an abnormal size. Looks like the mappings there are correct too:
  18. Hi, I'm having trouble with reverse proxy-ing the admin page. Is this possible? The following works to access the library: location /ubooquity { proxy_pass http://IPADDRESS:2202/ubooquity; How would I access the admin page? I know that the port is 2203; however, it's the same base url ("reverse proxy prefix"), so I'm not sure what the location block and/or proxy pass should be. I've tried the following variations with no luck. Location: location /ubooquity/admin { location /ubooquity/admin/ { location /ubooquity-admin { location /ubooquity-admin/ { location /admin { location /admin/ { Proxy Pass: proxy_pass http://IPADDRESS:2203 proxy_pass http://IPADDRESS:2203/ proxy_pass http://IPADDRESS:2203/ubooquity; proxy_pass http://IPADDRESS:2203/ubooquity/; proxy_pass http://IPADDRESS:2203/ubooquity/admin; proxy_pass http://IPADDRESS:2203/ubooquity/admin/; Some of them give me this: instead of this: And in the Chrome Console, I get the following: Thanks for any help!
  19. I’d also love to know how to go about doing this. I’d usually just mess around until I got it right, but messing with the boot drive scares the crap outta me.
  20. So I ended up changing all of the controller ports to the default ones and changing the other container ports that were conflicting instead as every morning after an appdata backup, the devices went into the adoption loop and I had to set-inform again. It has been working well ever since; however, I had to take down my server for some hardware maintenance and when it was down, all of my devices lost network connection. I assume that it's because I put my unraid ip in "Networks -> DHCP UniFi Controller" and "Controller -> Controller Hostname/IP", ticked "Override inform host with controller hostname/IP" and un-ticked "Make controller discoverable on L2 network". With these settings, all of my devices obviously think that the unraid IP is the router. So, when unraid is down, no internet. Is this normal? Is there a way to have the USG be the router if the controller/unraid is down? Thanks for the help.
  21. Any way to make this an option? pretty please? So I'm having a situation: Can't open /mnt/cache/appdata/myVPNserver/easy-rsa/easyrsa3/pki/index.txt.attr for reading, No such file or directory 23225341101888:error:02001002:system library:fopen:No such file or directory:crypto/bio/bss_file.c:74:fopen('/mnt/cache/appdata/myVPNserver/easy-rsa/easyrsa3/pki/index.txt.attr','r') 23225341101888:error:2006D080:BIO routines:BIO_new_file:no such file:crypto/bio/bss_file.c:81: Check that the request matches the signature Signature ok The Subject's Distinguished Name is as follows commonName :ASN.1 12:'server' Certificate is to be certified until Oct 22 03:00:00 2021 GMT (1080 days) ... stty: 'standard input': Inappropriate ioctl for device I'm using easy-rsa v3.0.6 Funny thing is I can connect to the server with my iPhone and changing the DNS works, but I can't ping any of my LAN IPs when on a data connection. If I connect to a separate remote Wifi network, everything works as planned.
  22. So I figured it out. Since my ports are different, I had to do it through the command line: ssh ubnt@$AP-IP mca-cli set-inform http://$address:8080/inform Use ubnt as the password to login and $address is the IP address of the host you are running this container on and $AP-IP is the Access Point IP address. i changed 8080 to 5080 (what I set it as), and was good to go. Thanks for the help!
  23. Thanks for the help. So i pulled a new container, stopped the old container, modified the name, appdata location, put in bridge mode and restored it from a backup. I then made sure that "inform" was ticked, "L2" was un-ticked and my unraid machine IP was in the "Controller/Hostname IP". All of the ports you have, I have too; but I had to change some of the host ports as they are in use by other containers. I'm going through the adoption loop . I assume it's because the devices are already adopted to the other controller? I want to forget the devices and try to connect them to the new controller but the fear of losing them and going nuts trying to get them back is killing me.
  24. Thanks for the quick reply. I'm not sure why I assigned it it's own IP as it was awhile ago when i set it up. Probably watched/read a tutorial and they were all based on the cloud key which has it's own ip, so I figured, why not? I also never have any issues with it set up this way. not sure why. How did you end up setting it up if you don't mind me asking?