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  1. I ended up deleting the vdisk, rebooting the VM, shut it down and then re-added the vdisk and now it seems to work. Don't know what the issue was but at least it's sorted
  2. I have two unassigned devices that I use for Blue Iris storage in a Windows 10 VM by editing the XML and adding them as vdisks. I went to add a new drive to the array but I removed the wrong drive caddy and accidentally pulled one of the unassigned devices drives. I popped it back in but the Windows VM can no longer see that drive. I've tried restarting the VM to no avail. I do have the unassigned devices plugin with destructive mode enabled. I tried deleting the partition and then formatting the drive but the drive still isn't showing up in the VM. Any thoughts on why the drive no longer shows up in Windows 10 VM?
  3. I pre-cleared a 12TB disk several months ago but left it as an unassigned device as I didn't really need the space at the time. Yesterday I decided to add it to the array. Instead of just stopping the array and then assigning it, I stupidly first formatted the disk (XFS) and then, of course, when I added it to the array it needed to clear the drive. So away it went. Near the end of the Clear, we had a sustained power outage. When my UPS battery was down to 20% Unraid cancelled the clear process and then shutdown cleanly. When the power came back on it restarted the clear process. After completing the Clear process (with no errors) I added the drive to the array. However, the drive is showing as 'Unmountable' with a filesystem of 'Auto'. I'm not really sure how to proceed from here. Any ideas?
  4. I had this working fine when I used PIA as my VPN provider but I switched to AirVPN and had a question about port forwarding. AirVPN has you specify the port(s) you want to forward, like so: I'm not clear on what port(s) should be forwarded though. Do I specify one of the "Host Ports" listed in the container setup: or do I specify the "Incoming Port" shown in the Deluge/settings/network: Thanks!
  5. Thanks Froberg. I thought that Resilio had NAT-traversal to let you sync remotely without having to open ports. Is that not correct? Thanks for the info on the log files.
  6. I want to keep a copy of my Media share synced from my Unraid sever to my friends Unraid server and am considering using Resilio sync for this. I would do the initial sync locally and then return his server and sync remotely after the initial sync. As of today my Media share has 14 TB and 22,000 files. My friend is willing to do this but he does not want to open any ports on his firewall and is not interested in running a VPN b/w the two locations. A few questions: Would Resilio sync be a good solution for this? Reading through this thread it seems that Resilio can sometimes fill up the docker.img file. Does that scale with the size of the sync job? In other words, would syncing 14TB be an issue? What would be a good size for the Docker.img file? I currently have a Windows VM that I could use to run Resilio instead of a docker. Is there any advantage/disadvantage using the VM instead of a Docker?
  7. Thank you for that explanation. One thing I am not clear on is if all Unraid shares are available on the remote ZeroTier client or can I limit it so only certain shares are available? I actually don't share my Plex library with family because I don't want to open ports on my firewall. Could I use Zerotier to share *only* my Plex library with family without also giving them access to the rest of my shares?
  8. I'm curious how people are using this? Can some folks chime in on what are some use cases for this?