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  1. Ok, we can close. I don't have an answer as to why it was this way, but I said screw it, backed up the USB, and wiped it clean. Put my pro key back on and booted. Just have to redo some stuff, including drives, but it's functional, and with a clean boot.
  2. I just upgraded from 6.1.9 to 6.3.5. I have 4 SDD drives in the cache pool or at least I did. Now I'm seeing unassigned under Cache, and while I can see the drives, I can't select them. I tried creating a New Config, but again I can't select any drives for cache. I'm sure I'm missing something, just not sure what. Please help
  3. But to answer your question no WebUI at all, until I found the advice I needed to at least get it to maintenance.
  4. Within 5 minutes I found a post advising how to get the server into maintenance mode. I am at that point, so at the very least, I have a little light.
  5. I am stuck. I have searched here and while others have had the error and suggested running xfs_repair, I'm not able to see it run. I have no webpage, so I can't put it into maintenance mode, and while I'm able to telnet in, when I enter the command and hit return, nothing appears to happen. Attached is a screenshot of the error.
  6. Thank you johnnie.black. That would have been the absolute worst. I ran reiserfsck on both disk8 and disk9 with no corruptions and not having to do any rebuilds. New drives should be here tomorrow.
  7. Here you go. The device is sdl. tower-diagnostics-20160819-1805.zip
  8. Just my fear of losing files. I'm not afraid that the swap-disable feature will delete data so much as I'm worried about Mr. Murphy.
  9. I've been very lucky over the years, but my luck has finally ran out. I knew I had a drive failing but being on a fixed income, I had to wait to buy a new drive. The drive has now failed, and without looking or thinking I bought 2 new 4tb drives. Right now my parity drive is 3tb and the drive that has gone down is also 3tb. From all that I've read it appears that since I didn't think before I ordered my only option is to do a swap-disable. Right now the emulated drive is functional as expected, but I just don't have the room to try to copy everything off before doing the swap. I'm more than a little nervous, and just wonder if there is anything I can do short of copying before doing the swap-disable? I suppose you could say I'm a little overwhelmed at the moment.
  10. Strange, I haven't had that issue at all. I have rebooted/powered on/started/and shut down from ipmi. If that didn't work for me, it would truly be an epic fail. Maybe I just got lucky?
  11. Just a quick add, that I passed that very same NEC USB card to my Unraid VM with 0 issues. Fast too!
  12. Strangely enough, no. Did you have issues with Samsungs?