mbezzo

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  1. ah, okay that might make more sense then. I was thinking that since I do have a cache drive, and appdata is set to cache only, that even though my paths are /mnt/user/appdata - it still is on the cache drive. aWhich is exactly why I didn't understand Squids suggestion. Hopefully that makes sense! That being said, since mine are already on the cache drive - changing to /mnt/cache won't do much or me, will it? Thanks!
  2. @SquidI know this is a really old post, but I'm super curious as to why you say to move /config from /mnt/user to /mnt/cache/? What changes when we do this? I'm new to unRaid and trying to figure it all out still. Secondarily, (and this isn't directed at you!) if we should point there, why does unRaid point to /mnt/user by default? I'm still randomly seeing this shfs process go nuts. It's pretty random for me, but definitely happens every few days. If I just leave it alone, it seems to recover so not a huge deal... but all my dockers freeze up when this happens, so have been searching for solutions and came across this. Thanks!
  3. appdata share is so messed up. If I mount it and look around there's only a few of my docker container's directories. BUT, if I use command line to cd to a docker that isn't visible... it works. For some, not all. Any tricks on how to recover? I'm assuming it's gonna be nuke and start over... I so don't understand what happened here but man, a painful lesson! root@unRAID:/mnt/user/appdata# ls -al total 36 drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 228 Jul 20 22:39 ./ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 100 Jul 20 17:59 ../ -rw-rw-rw-+ 1 nobody users 6148 Jul 21 12:33 .DS_Store -r--r--r--+ 1 nobody users 0 Jul 1 13:04 .com.bombich.ccc.casetest -r--r--r--+ 1 nobody users 0 Jun 30 14:23 .com.bombich.ccchelper.casetest drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 35 Jul 1 09:58 DDClient/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 18 Jun 24 12:39 DiskSpeed/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 54 Jul 21 09:17 binhex-radarr/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 80 Jul 20 14:22 binhex-sonarr/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 6 Jun 30 13:32 data/ drwxrwxr-x 1 nobody users 78 Jul 20 22:39 krusader/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 197 Jul 20 22:09 letsencrypt/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 6 Jul 20 22:07 letsencryptold/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 33 Jun 30 09:59 nzbget/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 88 Jul 20 22:52 ombi/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 20 Jul 2 17:35 organizr/ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 24 Jul 21 12:31 tautulli/ root@unRAID:/mnt/user/appdata# cd PlexMediaServer root@unRAID:/mnt/user/appdata/PlexMediaServer# ls -al total 0 drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 14 Jul 16 21:00 ./ drwxrwxrwx 1 nobody users 228 Jul 20 22:39 ../ drwxr-xr-x 1 root root 38 Jul 16 21:00 Library/ How is this even possible!? If it is nuke and start over - what's the best way to do that? Simply delete the appdata share and recreate it? Appreciate the help!
  4. thanks - scrub can't fix a few, can you point me to directions on reformatting the pool? I can't seem to find that piece! Thanks!
  5. alright, so it seems there's unrecoverable errors on the cache drive. how can I delete my cache and recreate it?
  6. Hi All, New to unRAID and have been spending the last few weeks getting everything setup and my data moved over with great success. It's been going really well and I'm really liking the product! That being said, as of this morning I'm getting just unending errors like this: Jul 20 15:15:10 unRAID kernel: BTRFS critical (device sdi1): corrupt node, bad key order: block=164267491328, root=1, slot=44 I'm trying to stop the array, but it won't stop so I guess I'm just not really sure what the next steps are for me to get this resolved. I'm attaching the diagnostics. Any help or pointers would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Matt unraid-diagnostics-20180720-1515.zip
  7. Thanks! I've switched the container to /mnt/user/downloadsfolder and all is well while mover is running. Appreciate the help and pointers!
  8. I'm new (Very) to unRAID and just had a thought. If cached is off for the downloadsshare, but I point the container to /mnt/cache/downloadsfolder - that would still be writing to the cached SSD's, right? I think this concept is what's confusing me... If I had caching ON and pointed to /mnt/user/downloadsfolder - that'd be effectively the same as caching off, but then pointing to /mnt/cache/downloadsfolder? Appreciate the help!
  9. It is set to yes - should I turn that off? in my testing I seem to get way better downloads/processing speeds with it on.
  10. Hi All, Wondering if anybody else is seeing this/has any suggestions: Basically, NZBget is working perfectly, happily downloading and process files UNTIL mover starts. As soon as mover starts, it throws error after error like this: [ERROR] Could not create file /downloads/tmp/nzb-24.tmp As soon as mover stops, the errors stop and all is well. I can't restart or do anything with the container during the mover operation. I've got it mapped like this: /downloads /mnt/cache/downloadsfolder /config /mnt/user/appdata/nzbget Any ideas? thank you!
  11. FYI, the issue was simply that I needed to turn on a setting in Sys Prefs > Sharing > File Sharing > Options. From there, enter your password in the Window File Sharing section. As soon as I did that, the shares showed up!
  12. Hi, I've got all this setup and working great with my own domain - thanks Fma965!! One question I can't seem to find an answer to is simply: Is there a way to force https for all sites? So, right now if I go to my site http://www.mydomain.com/sonarr - it works just fine. Likewise, if I go to https://www.mydomain.com/sonarr - it also works. I want the http to redirect to https for all of my /WhateverAppsAreInstalled - can someone point me in the right direction? I tried changing my default conf file from: location /sonarr { include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; proxy_pass http://10.0.1.21:8989/sonarr; } to location /sonarr { include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; proxy_pass https://10.0.1.21:9898/sonarr; } But that didn't work! Any ideas? Thanks everyone!!!!
  13. Thanks wgstarks - I'm doing all that, but when I click load shares nothing happens - the button clicks and does something really quick, then returns to normal and there's no list of shares. I've tried manually entering the share name in the share: field, but that doesn't seem to work either. Is there a specific syntax I need to be following or is the only way this works if it shows a list of shares? Is there a way to see the logs for UD for when I try to add a remote share? (sorry very new to unRAID and just starting to get everything figured out!) Thanks!
  14. Anybody able to point me to some tips for mounting an SMB volume shared by a Mac with UD? I'm not having much luck and must be missing something silly... Thanks!
  15. Thanks for that - I was scratching my head trying to understand how that was possible! Been poking around a bit more and have found a few topics covering this and it seems like the best advice for massive transfers is simply to turn off caching for the duration. Once the big stuff is out of the way, turn it back on and resume life. Thanks all! Matt
  16. Hi, So I'm on day 3 of my trial and have been working on getting things setup and have now moved on to some big data transfers to test things out. It's going pretty well, but I've got a few questions on how to deal with certain situations and looking for any input/thoughts/ways to optimize. First, I have 2 SSD's set up as a cache (256 and a 120GB which gives 188GB of Cache space) I've noticed that things run really great up until that size, then, of course, the transfers slow to a crawl. I understand it's not every day that you'd be moving MORE than 188GB chunks at a time, so I'm not too worried. What I am worried about is this: Data mover starts on schedule, there's only a few GB of data on the cache, and THEN I start a big transfer. This seems to leave unraid in a perpetual move as more data is being added to the cache while it's being moved off... so that initial move can never finish. As such, there's a ton of room left on the cache that can't be taken advantage of. Does this mean in these situations I should do something different? Like disable the cache or something? How do others deal with moving lots of data onto these things when they're getting setup? I presume I'm not the first to ask these particulars, but I've dug through the manuals a good bit and never found good answers. Please point me in the right direction if this is covered elsewhere! Thanks, Matt