Connor Moloney

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  1. In my unraid server I have started receiving errors on one of my WD drives however no reallocated sectors as of yet. I have only had the drive about 9 months and it is already showing 'old-age' and 'pre-fail' in smart reports being run on the server. How should I proceed now? Should I request an RMA as it is still in warranty or leave it until it starts spitting out sector errors? I can provide latest smart reports if necessary.
  2. Yeah I have always used your sonarr version have recently transferred to your plex media server and tautulli builds as well, in the process of trying to configure them exactly as I had them previously but then I noticed that hundreds of my films had disappeared so using radarr to get them back and then will finish configuring the server
  3. How strange, I must have clicked something by accident
  4. Okay so I ran this, restarted the docker then afterwards re-ran the commands you gave me earlier to get this output now: is this normal?
  5. I don't think I have done either, only thing I have done recently which could remotely be connected to this is set up a dns for my openvpn and that's about it? So how do you think it's happened then?
  6. I just tried turning sonarr log mode to debug and it said "failed to save general settings" I think you are right with the database corruption as all it says in the log table is stuff about the database and errors, how can I fix that?
  7. Okay so after trying to reconfigure sonarr to work with deluge (container i used to use for downloads) I would set it all up correctly click test it would work got the notification in the corner popping up saying it had succeeded. So i press save and wait for the spinny circle to disappear then press the 'x' in the top right and deluge isn't there in the download clients. Like I said earlier it's almost as if sonarr just isn't responding, I have tried restarting the container, turning docker on and off but don't know what else to try?
  8. When I first started using this docker I had the download client on my unraid server so yes I have done that in the past but now I download using my desktop (vpn) so the location is on that computer now
  9. Stopping container: sonarr Successfully stopped container 'sonarr' Removing container: sonarr Successfully removed container 'sonarr' Command:root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='sonarr' --net='bridge' -e TZ="Europe/London" -e HOST_OS="unRAID" -e 'PUID'='99' -e 'PGID'='100' -p '8989:8989/tcp' -v '/dev/rtc':'/dev/rtc':'ro' -v '/mnt/user/Media/TV Shows/':'/tv':'rw' -v '/mnt/disks/192.168.1.72_My_Pc_-_Spare_Storage/Movies/completed/':'/downloads':'rw,slave' -v '/mnt/cache/appdata/sonarr':'/config':'rw' 'l
  10. Having a few issues with this container it has been working for ages then 7 days ago it stopped working, its still running but none of the automated tasks are running, it doesn't send requests to look for new episodes, it isn't recognising when new episodes are added to the array and also the log file hasn't been updated in 7 days. Any thoughts? So in the log shown in the docker window this is repeated god knows how many times: [v2.0.0.5163] System.Data.SQLite.SQLiteException (0x80004005): attempt to write a readonly databaseattempt to write a readonly databaseat System.Data.S
  11. I haven't played around with vm's yet but I guess it depends on what you want to be running on it? If its just a small one for browsing the internet then you won't need much ram dedicated to it but if you want to do anything more powerful on it you should probably put more in
  12. The cache drive wont spin down if you have your dockers installed on it no matter what size or brand that it i. However it seems that majority of users use samsung 850 or 860 evo's as they are good for the price and very reliable. I would probably go for a 250gb but it depends on what you want to use it for
  13. Turn off all of your dockers to see whether the drives spin down or not, then start the dockers up again one by one to see which is writing to the array and keeping it spun up
  14. I may be wrong but I had similar issues when the files weren't named with their extension in the name e.g. .mkv or whatever the media type is
  15. Keep hold of it, you may be able to find a use for it in a different build or something. You could also sell it on the forums here to make some money back on it towards the new drive
  16. Yes true the ironwolf coming out on top by just a few MB/s and if you really need extra MB/s you would probably be looking at different drives anyway
  17. Please let me know whether it work as I'm interested in a pair of these cards
  18. Heres a benchmark comparison for you
  19. If you have only one network card hooked up and you configured pfsense to run through it wont you need to disable that to allow the server to use that port again?