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  1. Hi, Looks like my power source "be quiet! Pure Power 10 CM ATX 700W" just belw up yesterday. 1. Did anyone else had this? 2. Is the motherboard affected as well? If yes, which other components were affected in your case? (please reply to this only if you had the issue, no assumptions) 3. Does anyone else use be quiet! PSU? Did you ever had issues with it? How much time it worked without issues? 4. Does it worth to try to repair the PSU? (please reply only if you have the knowledge to repair the PSU yourself, taking it to a repair shop is out of discussion)
  2. I am considering to use a 3 x 1TB btrfs pool in raid5. Readed about the "write hole", but there are voices which are saying that with a UPS it will be safe enough https://blog.wille.io/index.php/2018/12/28/btrfs-with-raid5-is-safe-now/ Any oppinions on this matter? Is someone else using btrfs with raid5 and for how much time? Any issues occurred so far?
  3. @johnnie.black and the last questions: 1. Could you please suggest when it will be better to have redundancy on the Pools and for which kind of data. 2. What would be some use cases for having multipe Pools. I understand that adding SSDs into the array at this moment is not possible. 3. In a 2 or more btrfs disks Pool, assuming that it is at least raid1, if one disk fails what are the chances to get the data from there? Is it better to copy all data in another place and rebuild the Pool from scratch or just add the replacement disk? Thank you very much for your help and quick replies Johhnie.
  4. I have read the below thread. If there are minimum 2 devices it is recommended to use always -mconvert=raid1 for metadata redundancy? btrfs balance start -dconvert=... -mconvert=raid1 /mnt/cache
  5. Now I have: root@Node804:~# btrfs fi df /mnt/pool_2tb/ Data, single: total=1.00GiB, used=0.00B System, DUP: total=32.00MiB, used=16.00KiB Metadata, DUP: total=1.00GiB, used=112.00KiB GlobalReserve, single: total=3.25MiB, used=0.00B and into the GUI is displaying: Is this what I should expect? Do i still have the 2 TB available for data?
  6. Background: Initially I had a Cache Pool with 2 x 1TB SSD disks. With Unraid v.6.9.0 it is possible to bulid multiple pools. I have added to my Unraid another 2 SSDs - one of 1TB and the second of 2TB. By using the btrfs calculator from https://carfax.org.uk/btrfs-usage/ results that if I add 1TB+2TB in a raid, even with RAID0 i will lose 1 TB. 1. Should I add the 1TB disk to the Cache pool as the 3rd disk and build the additional pool with 2TB disk only? 2. If I build the second pool with only one disk how can I have at least Metadata 2nd copy on the same disk? Because at this moment everything is set on sigle. Data, single: total=1.00GiB, used=0.00B System, single: total=32.00MiB, used=16.00KiB Metadata, single: total=1.00GiB, used=112.00KiB GlobalReserve, single: total=3.25MiB, used=0.00B 3. What other options do I have? Best regards, Florin
  7. Hi, Changing VM name leads to impossibility to edit save the VM config afterwise. It hangs in Updating... I have noticed this since version 6.8.x, but looks it still remains under 6.9 as well. Althrough it is a "minor" issue, I was struggling a while to find the reason. Example: The initial vm name was "Windows Server 2019" and I have added after VM creation _1 at the end. The result: It hangs in updating. Best regards, Florin
  8. Hi, I have created a pool with one 2TB SSD. Is this normal or is a bug? It was the same in 6.9.0-beta24 Attached you can find also the diag file. Br, Florin node804-diagnostics-20200712-2255.zip
  9. Restore functionality would be great. Until then where I can find a manual restore procedure? Thanks in advance.
  10. Instructions into linuxserver/letsencrypt docker: /appdata/letsencrypt/nginx/proxy-confs/plex.subdomain.conf.sample # make sure that your dns has a cname set for plex, if plex is running in bridge mode, the below config should work as is, for host mode, # replace the line "proxy_pass https://$upstream_plex:32400;" with "proxy_pass https://HOSTIP:32400;" HOSTIP being the IP address of plex # in plex server settings, under network, fill in "Custom server access URLs" with your domain (ie. "https://plex.yourdomain.url:443") I had filled in the Custom server access URL with my external NGINX fqdn for plex. Everything is working now with the custom network, as it was in the Bridgde network: - accessibile via Unraid IP http://Unraid_IP:32400/web/index.html - accessibile via https://app.plex.tv/desktop# And additionally thanks to the NGINX reverse proxy from Internet, in a more secure way than with Plex Remote Access enabled. Thank you very much for your help @aptalca and @happyagnostic.
  11. Do not need this, the Plex is already reachable from outside via NGINX reverse proxy mapping. This did the trick: now Plex is reachable from the internal network as well. The ports are mapped and translated to the Unraid IP. I do not want/need to enable Remote access. The only issue, is that in this setup: Plex in custom dedicated network with letsencrypt is not reachable via https://apps.plex.tv When it is configured with the Bridge network I can access it like that from my notebook. Thanks @happyagnostic for the tips and help.
  12. Still not working. See the screenshot for more details.
  13. Thanks for the suggestion to update the BIOS. Updated v2.1a to v2.2 on Supermicro X11SSM-F.
  14. As I had already mentioned I had tried that already without success - Still same issue - Plex not reachable from local network. Anyone ? Ideas/Solutions?