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  1. I have the same issue as livingonline8 and changed the container port. Are we not supposed to change the container port for nextcloud ??
  2. @johnnie.black, thank you for your help again. You rock.
  3. I swap cables and the location of the drive wit the controller, same issue... Should I conclude that the drive is dying/dead despite not reporting issues in Smart ?
  4. Hi Guys, Yesterday I got some write errors on one drive and I got the message, drive disabled, content emulated. I ran a short smart test and a long smart test and the drive returned that it was fine. I successfully rebuilt the content of the drive overnight with the same drive. After that, I tried to add more data to the drive and the drive threw more write errors. I am a bit at a loss here. Is the controller LSI9207-8i shot or is the drive bad despite no smart errors ? Here are the diagnostics. Can you please have a look and let me know what you guys see ? galactica-diagnostics-20200112-1458.zip
  5. It is just you. <PLUGIN name="&name;" author="&author;" version="&version;" pluginURL="&pluginURL;" launch="&launch;" support="https://forums.unraid.net" min="6.8.0-rc0w"> 6.8.0-rc0w That's a lot of releases for development. I am betting that the 6.8.0 is close by now.
  6. <PLUGIN name="&name;" author="&author;" version="&version;" pluginURL="&pluginURL;" launch="&launch;" support="https://forums.unraid.net" min="6.8.0-rc0q"> 🙂
  7. Awesome release 🙂 I had no problem upgrading with my LSI 9207-8i.
  8. Any update on the official release of 6.7.0 ? or will there be an rc8 ?
  9. @johnnie.black Looks like you were dead one again, as the controller then just decided to drop all eight drives. Luckily, I had a spare one, I just hope it is not the PCI port. Thanks for your help again.
  10. Hi guys, I am coming for help as I am starting to see something weird with my array. I am attaching the diagnostic. It looks like from time to time disk 1 to 8 are going to throw me thousands of read errors. I don't buy that all eight disks have so many errors and suspect the controller lsi 9207-8i to be at fault. In addition, all eight disks are attached to that controllers. Could someone have a look at the diagnostic and let me know ? galactica-diagnostics-20190328-1225.zip
  11. i am having this issue as well. it happens when files are read or copied, and affects writing to the array. The files appear to be fine. In the beginning it is detected and not flagged as errors Jan 22 06:57:17 Galactica emhttpd: shcmd (605): mount -t btrfs -o noatime,nodiratime /dev/md1 /mnt/disk1 Jan 22 06:57:17 Galactica kernel: BTRFS info (device md1): disk space caching is enabled Jan 22 06:57:17 Galactica kernel: BTRFS info (device md1): has skinny extents Jan 22 06:57:17 Galactica kernel: BTRFS info (device md1): bdev /dev/md1 errs: wr 0, rd 41884, flush 0, corrupt 0, gen 0 Jan 22 06:57:19 Galactica emhttpd: shcmd (606): btrfs filesystem resize max /mnt/disk1 In addition, not reported as read erros. galactica-diagnostics-20190122-1757.zip Edit some more after some writing to the array. galactica-diagnostics-20190122-1931.zip
  12. I have the same issue, I can confirm. The files copied to the array or read cause those warnings.