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  1. I wish I could be more helpful here but I only have personal hands on experience with that particular model UPS in my earlier post since it is the model I personally own. I would assume that if there is no display, you should have some sort of console or serial port to manage the UPS. It's possible the settings I am referring to exist in the console. I would recommend calling up APC for support. Don't tell them you are trying to get the UPS working with a montioring system in linux or anything like that as they wont know how to help. Just ask them if your UPS support ModBus(or the other options unRAID supports) and ask how to enable it. Id be happy to assist beyond that step if you like but I am by no means an expert. I work for an MSP providing level 2/3 tech support for enterprise clients but our company does not work much in the Linux world, mostly Windows. Though I still pick up enough info here and there to connect the dots that others may not notice if you catch my meaning. I have good resources and can ask my engineering team for advice if there is something over my head as well.
  2. If Dent_'s solution above does not work for you, open your Bitdefender web browser TrafficLight extension and add your unRAID URL(not the IP) to the exception list there. It is the TrafficLight extension which caused the crashes in my case.
  3. So I am having some issues here with trying to change my encryption passphrase...I simply wanted to change my passphrase to something longer as my current one is too short to really be considered secure. As far as I can tell, I can create passphrase up to 512 characters long and so I did via "cryptsetup luksAddKey /dev/md#" for all 13 of my HDDs(1 parity and 12 data drives). I have confirmed that my new passphrase unlocks each individual drive by opening them in verbose mode and confirming that slot1(slot0 being the original passphrase) is unlocking the drives. However when I reboot my unRAID server and try to unlock my array with the same new passphrase, it fails to start and says I have the wrong passphrase. Am I missing something here? I have a total of 13 HDDs for data and parity and 2 SSDs as cache drives. Not sure if I need to add the same key for my cache SSDs but I dont know what path to use(/dev/?). Can anyone point me in the right direction please? I am running unRAID Version: 6.7.0-rc7
  4. So I had the same issue but the solution made me feel like an absolute idiot....spent a good 20-30 minutes trying to figure this out but eventually got it: 1. Enable advanced config options on your UPS via the on screen display 2. Open configuration options and scroll down until you find ModBus 3. Change ModBus to Enabled. It is disabled by default on all APC UPS units. 4. In unRAID UPS Setting menu, set the "UPS Cable" to USB and set "UPS Type" to ModBus. No additional settings like /dev/tty** are required. It may take a minute or two for the info to load but it will. ***Make sure you use the USB-A to USB-B cable to connect your UPS to the server, not the RJ-45 to USB-A. ModBus does not seem to work with the RJ-45 port on the UPS***
  5. Sorry to revive an old thread like this but did you ever figure out how to allow this through Bitdefender? I have the same or at least very similar issue and also have Bitdefender. I can open the syslog from the tools menu in the WebGUI but cant open the log from the shortcut next to Help and Info buttons and cant open the docker logs. I get the pop-up window but it seems to be stuck loading and just displays a blank white page. I have left it sitting for hours but nothing ever loads. Whitelisting my unRAID server URL doesn't seem to help and accessing it from another PC without Bitdefender works as it should.