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  1. Have you tried this? 1. open console on unraid or connect via ssh 2. Type „unraid-api restart“ 3. hit enter 4. refresh
  2. I think this is a missunderstanding. Appdata and flash drives are two different things. The application "Backup/Restore Appdata" is mainly responsible for backing up and restoring the appdata folder. It has the functionality to also backup the flash drive. The way you do it is more advanced then many other user who maybe not have a second server or a NAS or something. There is nothing wrong with the way you do it. Since the functionality to backup the flash drive is deprecated in "Backup/Restore Appdata" i don't know how long it will work that way. So you can switch to unraid.
  3. I don't understand that question. Do you write this in all application threads? There are 1120 applications in community applications. In the most cases i ask myself if i really need it and the answer is mostly no. So the app is not useful for me, but there was a usecase in first place that someone created this and it is used by users. So to answer your questions: Secure Remote Access I connect really often to my server and i am often in this forum so there is a usecase for me. Additionally i still have my browser shortcut. So depends on how you work or you want to work. Onl
  4. Thank you. I got also some errors but this fixed them. But i am wondering why the generated flash backup is outdated (10.04.2021), i also used the command above and rebooted the server. This date is the date i setup my servers. The uptime for example is correct. The generated flash backup of my second server is up to date (03.05.2021). I figured out that the flash backup was for an unknown reason disabled. Case solved
  5. I want to backup my nextcloud and found a good script but had to change some parts for docker. I already figured out how to set the maintenance mode and this works fine docker exec --tty nextcloud sudo -u $webserverUser php $nextcloudDockerFileDir/occ maintenance:mode --off So the script works so far, but i want to improve it. But i was not able to figure out how i could check if the maintenance mode is on or off. I think this is because of the "--tty" but other options work less. Last week the backup worked fine but the maintenance mode was still on.
  6. It's now running since 22 hours. If really the USB3.1 was the issue i don't know why it worked the years before, maybe something with the new BIOS. It's now in a USB2 port. I made an memtest just to be sure, but the test passed succesfully. I am back to the previous Mainboard firmware and made some changes to the ram. I used D.O.C.P. before and it worked fine, now i disabled it and set the speed to 2666 just to be safe. for everyone who wants to know what i have done since the beginning: - checked the flash drive with "chkdsk /r" on a windows device
  7. I tried this yesterday, but i am not sure why, the usb stick was not recognized by the motherboard so that i was not able to boot. I went back to the USB 3.1 Gen 1 port i used before, but server froze again over night. Now i switched to a different USB 3.1 Gen 1 port. Do you know why i should use USB2 port? Is it personal experiance or somehow tested? I will try the USB2 again, when it fails again. Update: After 20mins the system ran into a kernel panic. Now i switched to USB2 port.
  8. That's a bit strange. Sry, it is a german windows OS. The first message in windows told me there is something wrong, if i want to check and repair it. Possible cause: "The device was ejected before all files were written." But i skipped this and made a chkdsk (see below) But chkdsk /r found no errors: C:\windows\system32>chkdsk D: /r Der Typ des Dateisystems ist FAT32. Volume UNRAID erstellt 15.10.2019 16:09 Volumeseriennummer : 62AA-5009 Dateien und Ordner werden überprüft... Die Datei- und Ordnerüberprüfung ist abgeschlossen. Freier Speicherplatz wird verifizi
  9. yeah i have backups of the flash drive and the appdata folder. I am not worried about that, but the actual state about not working properly is frustrating to wait for it to fail... As i am writing here it stopped again, now i will check the flash drive.
  10. I have an issue that looks similar. Also not sure if it is a coincidence but this happend lately: I updated my BIOS Version and went to unraid 6.9.2 and had the issue that my system only kept up for some hours (between 3 and 12 hours). A tried several BIOS Settings regarding power settings, because i thought i missed something when i made the BIOS update. I had to reboot the server every time. One time all my docker container were also not accessible. I deleted the docker image and reinstalled them, then they worked fine again, but the freezes didn't stop.
  11. Maybe the new video from spaceinvader one about the new feature "my server" of unraid.net could be interesting for you, if you want to have an actual backup of your flash drive.
  12. I tried the repair but it didn't help. First I tried "btrfs check --repair /dev/sdb1" but then I got the message: Then I tried "btrfs check --repair /dev/mapper/sdb1" and it started, but it seems not working well:
  13. Sounds bad. I thought I would be safe with raid 1, but obviously not in this case... Because I moved, my backup is not up to date. I would be able to restore 90-95% of the data from separate sources, but this will take much more time than trying to fix the filesystem, but I don’t know how. The other benefit of fixing the filesystem is that I exactly have the lost data where it was and don’t have to guess what I am missing in total. My plan is now to add a complete new cache drive and try to restore the data from different locations, meanwhile I will try t
  14. Hey, I noticed yesterday some issues with my docker container that they suddenly stopped because of "server error". I rebooted unraid and it looked fine. Now I couldn't connect to my docker again and realized my whole server was not reachable via ping. Also a connected monitor couldn't show me anything. So I had to switch it off and turned it on again. After that I was able to start unraid but my cache pool (2x 1TB SSD as raid 1 btrfs encrypted) showed up as "unmountable: no file system". So I searched through the forum and found some topics which looked helpful. I star
  15. In my case the plex docker was gone, but the appdata folder was still there with all the data. i managed to reinstall the docker. Here is what i did: 1. Backup appdata\plex and renamed it to be safe (i also have backups from the last 7 days of appdata folder) 2. Installed the same plex app again and made the settings of the app again 3. Stopped the docker 4. Deleted the new plex folder and renamed the old one to "plex" again 5. Started the docker again Everthing was fine again. I don't know which the other docker was which is also gone, but i