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  1. how many subnet do you have? Is the computer that you tried to connect to pihole on the same subnet as the pihole? If not, try to use the same subnet, btw, pihole should have a web interface, try to open that as well Yup sorry I should've included that info before. unRAID, this desktop, the Pi-hole WebUI etc are all on the same subnet. Pi-hole and its UI are working fine and I can see traffic there + ads being blocked. Tested with speedtest.net and a few others that are known to be bad for ads. I don't really use KVM on unRAID anymore so I'll just ignore it for now. Thanks, though.
  2. Yes, same subnet - this part of the network is all on the same /24 (the other parts are DMZ etc, so completely isolated from unRAID). Edit: THe Pi-hole UI does show that IP as the "Pi-hole IPv4 address" though. Edit 2: Btw, Pi-hole is functioning just fine and ads are being blocked. I can see the stats in the UI.
  3. It is already configured as bridge. There's a setting for "Server IP" but no matter what I set that to, that IP doesn't respond to anything. It's no biggie, though - stopping KVM has worked.
  4. Hello - Is dnsmasq required for the operation of KVM? Asking as I'm trying to install Pihole but the Docker container is failing due to port 53 already being in use. Netstat tells me it is in use by dnsmasq on local address 192.168.122.1 and I've tracked that down to 192.168.122.0/24 being attached to virbir0 in the routing table. Stopping KVM allows the container to work. Can I still use KVM if I somehow remove/stop dnsmasq? Docker is more important than KVM on this server so it's not a biggie if the answer is no.
  5. I mean exactly that. Not deleted, just completely stopped/down/unavailable. GUI shows no shares and SSH listing of /mnt/user just shows "????????". No, restarting NFS doesn't help. The only way to get them back to reboot the entire unRAID server. No, I'm deleting them from an NFS mount in my Linux client (Ubuntu 19.04, but was 18.04 before that). Yes, they're all in one folder.
  6. @limetech Thanks for your response. I have tried setting the fuse_remember Tunable setting to 600 and, while it did seem to help for a few minutes, the problem came back straight away. Here is what I did: - Created 1000 zero byte files in /mnt/user/sys/1000_files - Deleted them via NFS mount on my client. This worked; I don't recall this ever working in the past. - Created 1000 1.2MB files in /mnt/user/sys/1000_files - Deleted them via NFS mount on my client. All shares immediately disappeared. FYI
  7. @limetech or someone ... ? Please? Yeah you can think I'm being a dick or demanding but this is a genuine issue.
  8. Bump? Surely I'm not the only one that thinks shares disappearing when you delete files is a bad thing? 😞
  9. By the way, I have tried setting up unRAID to point at itself, which does work. However nothing shows up in the Syslog at all when unRAID crashes as I've described above. For that reason I'd say the logs are pretty much useless. What you see below is when I started Syslog and then rebooted after I forced unRAID to bomb again. Jul 5 13:52:01 df-unRAID rsyslogd: [origin software="rsyslogd" swVersion="8.1903.0" x-pid="26176" x-info="https://www.rsyslog.com"] start Jul 5 14:00:47 df-unRAID root: Delaying execution of fix common problems scan for 10 minutes Jul 5 14:00:47 df-unRAID emhttpd: Starting services... Jul 5 14:00:47 df-unRAID emhttpd: shcmd (205): /etc/rc.d/rc.samba restart Jul 5 14:00:48 df-unRAID rsyslogd: [origin software="rsyslogd" swVersion="8.1903.0" x-pid="5461" x-info="https://www.rsyslog.com"] start Jul 5 14:00:49 df-unRAID root: Starting Samba: /usr/sbin/nmbd -D Jul 5 14:00:49 df-unRAID root: /usr/sbin/smbd -D Jul 5 14:00:49 df-unRAID root: /usr/sbin/winbindd -D
  10. Yes, but I believe that requires the setup of a Syslog server (which I haven't done, yet). Oh well, I guess I'll set one up and make unRAID crash again, since I can reproduce this issue. Setup unRAID to point at itself, which I assume is a valid configuration.
  11. Yes they will but I've posted them before. The issue is identical. Besides, being a production NAS it is far more important to get it back up and running than remember to dump diagnostics every time (which I think should be stored permanently elsewhere, although I don't know how to do it/if there's a way to do it).
  12. This is re a topic I posted in February. I posted logs then and asked if there was any update - no response. Here's the post: I'm on unRAID 6.7.1 right now and this is still an issue. I've just tried to delete 1365 files from an NFS share and the shares immediately disappeared, effectively taking our production NAS offline. The only way to get them back is to completely restart the NAS. @limetech You acknowledged there's a bug report for this back in February. Did anything happen with it?
  13. Yeah I looked into that. You're right, though - that does achieve the desired result but is just more time-consuming than I'd like since the backup data is literally 100s of 1000s of tiny files that are anywhere from 1MB to 50MB. Thanks for the suggestion, though.
  14. Can unBalance's "Scatter" function move data between disks while *STILL* utilising the source disk? I have a backup set that's taking up 7.1TB of a 10TB disk and a bunch of other disks that aren't very well utilised. I want to scatter the backup set across disks but don't want to completely remove all the data from disk1. Is this possible? Thanks.