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  1. Right, which is very weird. Is there anywhere in my logs I can check if the memory is incompatible or anything else? I have 64GB of ram with no VMs and a handful of dockers that use ~11GB of RAM total. I can't figure out what the issue is.
  2. This is from my syslog last week. I forgot I accidentally turned it off this week, hence the lack of logs for the latest crash: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/tfNzSNDRGb/
  3. It did not. I'm not sure if its memory related or what. I can't tell from the logs
  4. About once a week or so, my unraid server crashes and I'm not sure why. About 4 weeks ago, i swapped out my hardware from a dual xeon system to an EPYC 7302P with 64GB of DDR4-2400 ECC RAM. Everything seems to run fine until the server crashes in the middle of the night and I don't know why. I attached my diagnostics file. Any help running this down would be MUCH appreciated. Thanks. adrastea-diagnostics-20200623-0856.zip
  5. Seems to be happening any time I write to the array.
  6. I have a JBOD connected to my compute (unraid) box with two SAS3 (SFF-8644) cables. Both look nominal and are showing OK lights. (The JBOD is a QV JB 4242)
  7. Thanks in advance for the help. Getting a lot of this in my syslog. Not sure what it means (seems related to my SAS controller but otherwise, no idea): May 26 05:05:13 ADRASTEA kernel: sd 3:0:4:0: Power-on or device reset occurred May 26 05:06:29 ADRASTEA kernel: mpt3sas_cm0: log_info(0x31110e03): originator(PL), code(0x11), sub_code(0x0e03) Anyone know what's going on? Diagnostics attached also. adrastea-diagnostics-20200526-0853.zip
  8. Welp, I figured it out (likely no one else with this issue but just in case).... So, my unraid box is connected via a 10G NIC. Way back when, I was told to set my NIC's MTU to 9000 with jumbo frames on in my switch upstream to utilize full speed. Turns out, this is what messed up my (well my instance of) unraid-nvidia plugin. With MTU set back to 1500 on the NIC, it popped up the builds within seconds and now I'm slowly downloading it as CHBMB intended it to be What a headache...all self inflicted.
  9. Thanks @CHBMB for the script. It's been downloading for hours...no idea why my network hates that destination so much
  10. Is there a way to download the latest build manually? I keep getting upstream timeout errors.
  11. Did a search and couldn't find this exact issue for weeks on this topic, but if it's already been mentioned and I missed it, I apologize. When trying to load the latest available builds, I get this in the logs (and the builds never load): nginx: 2020/02/09 11:10:13 [error] 7421#7421: *52 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading response header from upstream, client:, server: , request: "POST /plugins/Unraid-Nvidia/include/exec.php HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock", host: "", referrer: "" Any ideas?
  12. How do I begin? There are so many things to like about Unraid. I’ve been storing data (on more than just the conventional desktop platform) for over 15 years. For years hardware RAID was the king of redundancy. RAID 1, 5, 1+0…these were my bread and butter. And back then, having so many gigabytes at my disposal came with the peace of mind that my data was safe (of course, by means of backup both locally and remotely) with a disk failure or two. But those days were difficult as hard drives kept increasing in size and changed brand…heck even PATA was gone in favor of SATA. Those were different times. Fast forwarding to Flexraid, that was my first software raid. But weekly snapshots? An old clunky system? Using Windows as the backend? I don’t want to slam anyone here but that just…wasn’t a long term solution. A number of years ago, I was introduced to Unraid. The simplicity of the software, the fact that it’s based on linux, the ability to not only use VMs but also Docker in addition to the core features of a NAS? These are all amazing. The real time parity calculation is the icing on the cake. To answer this question, the best thing about Unraid, is its versatility. The fact that there are many solutions out there for a NAS or a Hypervisor or even a powerful OS that is great at using Docker (through portainer or otherwise). Unraid does it all, and that’s what I love about it. The fact that Unraid isn’t just an OS..it’s a platform for servers everywhere (especially in my homelab!) What would I like to see in Unraid in 2020? As a datahoarder, I have a ton of data from all different sorts. Redundancy is a huge piece of the puzzle, since I know that two of my drives are always protected from failure. But, I’m a firm believer in the 3-2-1 backup methodology. And I think, if Unraid had the support to span multiple arrays where one could be backed up to another, this would be a game changer. Multiple pools is no new request, but I think backup is a huge part to long term support for Unraid. And it would be a nice to have. Unraid is awesome. I’ve recommended (and so far a dozen have implemented it) to a ton of my friends. We all love unraid and we all love the community that goes with it. Thanks for making such a great product!
  13. Do you have any interest in joining the Limetech team as an official member of support? I feel like your contributions via YT have been substantially helpful to the community and you should be getting paid for your work. Just saying.
  14. Happy birthday Limetech! Unraid has been a fantastic product for me. Finally an easy way to organize my Nas, deploy docker, and host VMs all under one super-easy-to-use package. Recommended this product to a few of my friends and we all enjoy unraid together. Thanks for the constant updates and for making such a great piece of software.
  15. Anyone help me with why my Sabrent NVME m.2 (PCIe x4) SSD won't TRIM? It keeps failing and I'm not sure why.