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  1. An update on this to close it out. After replacing the SATA cable, and switching the SATA port the btrf errors continued after rebuild of the filesystem and docker image multiple times. I removed the suspect SATA SSD drive and went to a single cache drive and errors stopped. I have concluded that that SSD has failed and replaced it. All is restored and back to normal now.
  2. Tonight a got a smart error "199 CRC error count" on one of the SSD drives and many errors as shown below. It seems this could be related to a bad SATA cable. I will swap the cable and power tomorrow. Any other ideas? Thank you,
  3. I have had this continue to occur even after doing a complete format of the cache, rebuilding docker images, and restoring app data. These errors seems to occur after some Deluge activity. 2 SSDs btrfs-encrypted raid 1. Do I have a bad SSD? Is there a way to do a SSD test? tower-diagnostics-20201115-1632.zip
  4. I have received and set up one of the Dell H200s. I have 2x new 10TB drives, which I would like to make both parity drives for the array and add the current parity 8TB drive back as a normal array disk. What is the best procedure to do this safely and smoothly? Is this guide still relevant? https://wiki.unraid.net/The_parity_swap_procedure Thank you!
  5. This is excellent information! I hadn't considered SFF-8087 ports. How many SATA drives can this support per SFF-8087 port? It looks like 4 drives per port?!! I'm not sure that slot has the bandwidth for 8 drives. Do I need to do anything to upgrade or configure the card? What exactly is IT mode? Thank you!
  6. I am looking to add on to my unraid server with room to grow and looking for something with an excellent track record of reliability. Willing to pay more for that quality. I didn't expect the search to be so hard. I currently have this motherboard: https://www.asrock.com/mb/intel/h97m pro4/ the card will go into the PCI Express 2.0 x16 Slot (PCIE2: x4 mode) slot. I have found this card, which seems like a good option: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082D6XSZN/ref=ox_sc_act_title_4?smid=A1MK2DD7C33I65&th=1 . I uses "the Marvell 88SE9215 + JMicron JMB5
  7. The method I have found to update each of the Jitsi docker involves using Portainer. In the Portainer GUI, click Stacks > selected docker-jitsi-meet -> select all and stop all -> Select each Container one at a time (i.e. click on it's name) -> Click Recreate and click "Pull latest image" and then "Recreate" -> once all are updated start all containers -> restart letsencrypt -> done @SpaceInvaderOne Is there a better way? Also, can you help enable Colibri for Jitsi stats? I can't seem to figure it out with this set up. Thank y
  8. Anyone know the best way to update the Jitsi containers, if necessary? Maybe in portainer?
  9. I had a flawless 5 person meeting last night after removing the listen 80 from the above letsencrypt.conf file. Things really start to breakdown if connections are allowed through non-https, so this is critical. I am using Google domains (private domain) and forwarding directly my IP to that meet.* private domain. Now users are only taken to the https site. Additionally, I only have the 3 ports open which spaceinvader recommended. Not port 4443 as I spoke of earlier, 4443 is not a part of the quick install guide. https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/master/doc/quick
  10. I've had people complain of this as well. In fact, had someone who could not get their video to work even after trying to force the permissions on within the browser (the latest version of chrome). Others in the same meeting had no issues.
  11. It looks like I have resolved this issue by commenting out this line of the lets-encrypt jitsimeet.subdomain.conf config file. Now things only direct to https.
  12. Hi @SpaceInvaderOne, Correct me if I wrong, but does video bridge need port 4443 forwarded to it? https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-meet/blob/master/doc/manual-install.md Thank you again for all you do! Edit: things seem to improve dramatically with multi-users and when switching from wifi to cellular once 4443 is forwarded to the server.
  13. One issue I am having is that people can access a non secure version of the jitsi meet. i.e. meet.mydomain.com takes you to a http site. https://meet.mydomain.com is a secure site with the letsencrypt reverse proxy cert and that all works. I have letsencypt generating a top-level cert and a single sub domain cert as well. When I visit mydomain.com it takes you straight away to the https site basic "welcome to our site" page. I have played around with my domain settings and no luck. I have my sub domain (meet) directly resolving to my IP and same with my top level domain. I am begin
  14. ++++++1 !. This would be so helpful for me during quarantine. Edit: I see there is a broken-out Jitsi components version in the app store. Is there a way to put this in a single docker and then we can also put together an install guide?