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  1. Everything was working fine until a few days ago. Then, Deluge stopped auto-loading/deleting torrent files from the relevant folder. Then, after I restarted to see if that would fix it, I can't get into the WebUI and I'm getting the following errors when loading: 2021-05-19 14:24:15 DEPRECATED OPTION: --cipher set to 'aes-128-cbc' but missing in --data-ciphers (AES-256-GCM:AES-128-GCM). Future OpenVPN version will ignore --cipher for cipher negotiations. Add 'aes-128-cbc' to --data-ciphers or change --cipher 'aes-128-cbc' to --data-ciphers-fallback 'aes-128-cbc' to silence this warning. [warn] Unable to successfully download PIA json to generate token from URL 'https://privateinternetaccess.com/gtoken/generateToken' [info] 10 retries left [info] Retrying in 10 secs... I downloaded new files from PIA and have tried a few different of their endpoints that are on the list and that others who have had this issue noted as working. Any thoughts on what else to try? Thanks!
  2. My dockers crashed, and I couldn't download logs (it would start but not complete), so I rebooted the system. A disk came up as being disabled and emulated. SMART report says that it hasn't failed, but I'm running another SMART test on it now. Dockers are working fine after the reboot. Logs attached - any ideas on what's wrong and what I should do? Thanks! cybertron-diagnostics-20210420-1837.zip
  3. Getting some errors with YoutubeDLMaterial: ERROR: Error during parsing:Error: Command failed with exit code 1: /app/node_modules/youtube-dl/bin/youtube-dl --dump-json
  4. Hey all, Was in the middle of upgrading my parity disk. I had unassigned the old one, assigned the new one, and rebuilt parity - that completed. Then, I unassigned a 4TB data drive, reassigned the old 10TB parity drive to that slot, and was rebuilding. All dockers off, nothing should have been writing to the array. Then, my power went out (it was past the 4TB mark on the rebuild, but I don't think that makes a difference). First step - order a new UPS, as the CyberPower one completely failed and went down with the power outage immediately. Check. Second step - This is where I'm uncertain. I think the right move is to boot up (array isn't set to auto start), unassign 10TB drive, reassign 4TB drive, rebuild parity, and then restart the process of swapping the drive, but I don't know for sure. Also, I know I'm dumb for this, but I didn't save a backup of anything before doing the rebuild. Thanks for any advice.
  5. It'd be running Plex and Deluge (but Deluge writes to the Cache drive and I have Mover off until the rebuild is done), so should be good!
  6. And I can write to the array while it's rebuilding parity?
  7. I'd rather not have it offline as long as that process entails, so I'm all for an alternative. To be clear, process for this if I already have the new drive in the system, precleared, would be: 1) Turn off array 2) Unassign 10TB disk from parity 3) Assign 12TB disk to parity 4) Turn array back on 5) Let it rebuild 6) Once rebuilt, turn off array 7) Unassign 4TB drive 8 ) Assign 10TB drive to that drive 9) Turn array back on and let it rebuild ?
  8. Before I upgrade my 10TB parity drive to 12TB and replace a 4TB drive with that 10TB drive, just want to make sure that this is still the proper procedure. It makes sense to me, but wanted to confirm before mucking with my drives!
  9. Monitor just gave me the "Check cables, no signal" message. This is the first time it happened. I do have an SSD cache drive, so I'll get that set up - is that separate from the syslog server setup instructions you posted? And thanks, Johnnie - I'll check that out and work through any issues!
  10. Hey all, I've got my server set up to shoot me a health check at midnight every night. Woke up this morning and didn't have it in my inbox. Ethernet lights were off on the mobo, but the rest of the machine was on and lit up. I couldn't access the drives via Windows or the web interface, so I tried plugging a monitor in. Nothing. After tinkering a bit more and not having any other ideas, I pulled the UPS plug from the wall to see if that would initiate a power down. The UPS ran out (slowly...which is good ANY other time), and when it shut down, so did the server, which tells me that they weren't communicating. Rebooted the system, everything working and a parity check started (and the disk I was preclearing I resumed). Does this sound like a crash/freeze on unRaid's part? I probably had 1-2 Plex streams going and was preclearing a disk, but nothing else should have been going on. Does this just sometimes happen, or should I dig in a bit more before it happens again? And, if so, can I get logs other than the ones from once I rebooted? I downloaded the logs (and would attach), but they're only from after the reboot. Thanks! cybertron-syslog-20200304-1316.zip
  11. Completed without error. Raw Value for Raw read error rate is 212, up from where it was before by quite a bit. So buy a new drive, but don't lose sleep over this?
  12. cybertron-diagnostics-20200101-1427.zip Here's the .zip!
  13. Hey all, Just got some read errors on a drive when doing a monthly parity check. I paused the check - should I just let it resume? And should I take the server offline for now, or let it still run? Device is still showing normal operation. I'm assuming next steps are get a new drive, remove the old one, install the new one, and rebuild? Thanks! (Edited to add diag to initial post as per first response) cybertron-diagnostics-20200101-1427.zip
  14. Hi all, Anyone have advice for physically moving my server to a new house? Going from NY to NJ, so not too far. I've got a Lian Li case with 14 drives in it. Definitely going to run a parity check ahead of the move, and pop the case to check wiring before booting up in new location, but I didn't know if there was anything else I should be aware of. Keep the drives in the cages, or remove and back? Any special way to wrap up the server that's particularly safe for the move? Thanks!