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  1. I get very slow write speeds to a local disk (call it disk A), it typically writes at 1GB/hr (similar to the upload speed I get to Crashplan Central). I have another disk that is used for the same backup sets as disk A (call it disk B). Data is written to both disk and they are alternated and stored offsite when not in use. Disk A takes about 2 days to sync when I add and mount it in Unraid, disk B takes about 12-15 hours to do the same operation. I'm not sure of the write speeds of disk B, but it is substantially quicker that disk A. Both disk are 4TB, disk B is newer though, having recentl
  2. The figures in both areas are showing as correct. Is there anything else I can look at to try to resolve this?
  3. I've had Maximum Memory in the container setting set to 6144M for more than a year now. Is there a way to check if the docker is using this setting correctly? I've also noticed that the /appdata/CrashPlanPRO/cache file is very large at 5GB+, (with /appdata/CrashPlanPRO/cache/42 about 2.5GB) is this normal?
  4. Writing speeds to external USB3 hard drives seems to have gotten very slow just recently. Typically, Crashplan is writing at about 1GB/hour and is having difficulty keeping up with the data that is being written. I get a similar speed writing up to Crashplan Central too. I'm not sure if it's related, but one of the backup disks in the rotation cycle shows as present after it has unmounted and removed. Any suggestions at what might be wrong?
  5. Apologies for not making everything clearer, but I'm struggling to find the correct terminology to express my problem. I can access the NPM control panel, but am unable to connect to some proxied services; I am able to connect to the services that are internet facing where I have created cname records with the dns provider, but am unable to connect to non internet facing services that are also proxied. Proxynet is the bridge docker network created on unraid. It has a Subnet of 172.18.0.0/16 and a gateway of 172.18.0.1. All the proxied services run on this network. In Se
  6. I’m not sure if this belongs here, or somewhere else. I need some help getting NPM to create short local URLs for various internal self-hosted services running on proxynet using split DNS (on pfSense) and local certs. I want this for convenience for me, so I can type in krusader.boyturtle in the address bar and not have to remember ipadd:port number. I also want this so I don’t have to deal with the annoying browser non-secure warnings. This is all for services that are not internet facing so cname and aname records are not involved. I have created self signed certs and keys, added
  7. Bingo. That sorted it, thanks. I'd got an old rule blocking port 80 sitting at the bottom of my rules list that I'd missed and forgotten to disable again. I've unblocked it and Letsencrypt can now issue the certificate 😊
  8. I have set up a DDNS A record and several CNAME records off the back of that on Cloudflare, inc root and www. I am able to ping them all just fine. Is there anything else I should be looking at? FWIW, I am able to add an origin certificate and use that for the hosts, but I would like to get the Let's Encrypt certificate working, in case I need it at some point in the future. When I try to add the Let's Encrypt certificate, I get this error within the nginx proxy manager Error: Command failed: /usr/bin/certbot certonly --non-interactive --config "/etc/letsencrypt.ini" --cert-name
  9. When adding a new host, I am unable to get the SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt. Output from logs [4/8/2021] [9:44:11 PM] [Nginx ] › ℹ info Reloading Nginx [4/8/2021] [9:44:11 PM] [SSL ] › ℹ info Requesting Let'sEncrypt certificates for Cert #3: sub.domain.uk [4/8/2021] [9:44:15 PM] [Nginx ] › ℹ info Reloading Nginx [4/8/2021] [9:44:15 PM] [Express ] › ⚠ warning Command failed: /usr/bin/certbot certonly --non-interactive --config "/etc/letsencrypt.ini" --cert-name "npm-3" --agree-tos --email "boyturtle@domain.uk" --preferred-challenges "dns,http" --domains "sub.domain.uk" Saving d
  10. Yay. Thanks for the heads up, that seems to be working now 😊
  11. [Resolved] I'm having an issue with this plugin; local access works but I am unable to get remote access working and when I set to remote access (having checked the port forwarding is working correctly), I get access unavailable and I lose connection to the mothership. After I have lost connection to the mothership, running unraid.net-api restart does not bring it back, but it does bring back local connection, after a few minutes usually. The only way to get connection back to the mothership is to reinstall the plugin. I'm using a pfSense box and have the DNS resolver set to ser
  12. I've just notices that the disk temperature isn't showing on UD. I only noticed this a couple of days ago, but it may have been like this since I wiped the /flash/config/plugins/unassigned.disks/unassigned.devices.cfg file to resolve an automount issue, but I can't be sure of this. Any suggestions? speedy-diagnostics-20210313-1915.zip
  13. That seems to have sorted it. Hopefully this will resolve the issue of the ext drives not unmounting when they should; time will tell over the over the next couple of weeks when I do the backup disk swap out. Thanks for your assistance and persistence 🙂
  14. Sorry, I should've been clearer. I did that already and the automount is showing as off in the settings, but on when I hover the mouse over it. The drive automounts regardless of the position in settings.
  15. It was running the latest version. I uninstalled it and reinstalled it and it still behaves the same.