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  1. It had to do with the fact that Unraid cannot talk to dockers with a static IP. I changed Elasticsearch, MongoDB and Graylog to the host IP and now it works.
  2. I'm running unRaid 6.9.2 and tried the extra parameters, but nothing is landing In Graylog. --log-driver=syslog --log-opt tag="radarr" --log-opt syslog-address=udp://192.168.1.17:5442 My Graylog server is running as a docker on ip 192.168.1.17. When I do the same from docker on my MacBook, the logs are landing in Graylog. I also tried the GELF log-driver, but the same problem within UnRaid, but from MacBook it works. Does anybody have a solution for this?
  3. Thanks for the reply's. I disabled the mover tuning plugin and stopping the array went within minutes. Problem is resolved for now
  4. I will try that this afternoon. And let you know
  5. Attached is the diagnostics without the syslog. optimus-diagnostics-20210511-1748 zonder syslog.zip
  6. This morning I stopped my array, but it first started to move all data from my cache pool before stopping the array. I know that the mover has nothing to do with a parity check, but after the reboot as part of the update, the array stops, but the system is not shutdown correctly (probably cause some processes are killed during the reboot, cause not all umounts are done in time. So after the reboot the system does a parity check. Here is part of the syslog after I initiated the array to stop. May 11 07:13:22 Optimus root: stopping dockerd ... May 11 07:13:23 Optimus root: wait
  7. I notice that when stopping my array, the system start the mover. This also happens when I reboot the server after an update. Which results in a parity check. Is it possible to stop this behaviour?
  8. Haha, oeps. I had to post this on the Plex forum in stead of unRaid. Let’s say it’s the Christmas alcohol.
  9. I’m running the “Plex for Mac” app. And yes, I meant Rosetta2 in stead of regetta.
  10. Im running the Mac client (1.25.0.1511-47afccd4) on my new MacBook with the M1 chip. When I place my mouse pointer on a Library, the "on mouse over" text gets scrambled up. Don't know it this comes from the regatta emulation, or something else.
  11. Thank you Henris. Shutting down the HDDTemp docker fixed the problem for me also. But I would like to have the opportunity to have the HDD temperatures of my disk in Grafana with Spin Down enabled.
  12. Thank you for replying. Shutting down the HDDTemp docker also fixed the problem for me.
  13. Once in a while I receive the following mail from my poste.io docker. subject: Cron <root@mail> test -x /usr/sbin/anacron || ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.daily ) Message: /etc/cron.daily/logrotate: pkill: cannot allocate 4611686018427387903 bytes Does anybody have any clue why?
  14. Just replaced the controller this morning and re-enabled the spin down. Unfortunately immediately received the same errors. Now looking to replace the cables.