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  1. So further update on playing around with this, I did end up installing another windows 10 VM, works fine, until you unassign the disk in the configuration and then reassign it. DIdn't even move the Vdisk location. Anyone got any idea's?
  2. So I tried assigning it to a newly created VM and still get the same issue, but thanks for the tip!
  3. Also just as an FYI i'm on Unraid version 6.7.2
  4. New drive is also through unassigned devices. This is my VM XMLserenityxml.txt TBH I also seem to have an issue with the disks showing up as 246G when it was assigned as 400G previously. Trying to change it I get the sucessful message displayed at the bottom but the value always reverts to 246G.
  5. Hi there guys, Wondering if someone can help me, got a Windows 10 VM that is refusing to boot. I have recently moved the VM disk from one unassigned device (old 1TB spinner) to a new one (500GB SSD), using the Dolphin app to copy across the file. Then I've changed the location of the machines disk to point to the new vdisk location. Tried to boot up and get the attached boot screen image which has the statement "Press ESC in x seconds to skip startup.nsh or any other key to continue". Can get into the bios menu but there appears to be no disk located in there and still doesn't boot when I exit the BIOS. Tried to re-point the VM back to the original disk location and get the same error. Wondering what I can do to get it to work, any idea's?
  6. 56GB of ECC RAM, as one of my 8GB sticks died. I did have up to 128gb when I was running an VMware system in a HP DL360, but that as too noisey for home usage when I had to move it out of the Data centre it was in. Also when I migrated to UnRaid and never looked back!
  7. Thanks for the quick responses! Already done! I'm assuming if a disk does now go *pop* then I'll lose the data on that disk, but will be able to recover the data from the other disks.
  8. Morning All, So I've got a bit of a problem and wondering if anyone can help (although I suspect I already know the answer!). Have an array of 6 disks and recently had one have an issue and has been disabled (contents emulated), see the attached Smart information. Not sure how to read that if anyone could give me some pointers of what is wrong with it. Also attached the disk logs which make it look like its a sata link issue?? So the disk didn't have much on it and I've made sure that this has now been 'moved' off the disk onto others in the array, although there's no files on the disk in the explorer, the summary page says 4.02GB is used? Now I need to remove the disk to make sure that the rest of the arrays contents is protected. Here's the kicker, I'm not in the same country as the server, it currently lives at my families house (whilst I wait for my house purchase to go through but thats a different problem!), and my family have gone on extended holiday. I access the server by remoting into a VM run on the server, note this VM runs on a seperate disk through unassigned devices. As you can see I can't take down the array as I wont be able to access it to remove the disk and restart it, is there any way to remove the disk from the array without stopping it, or just blanking it and putting it back into the array to protect the parity? Or anyway to keep the VM up whilst the array is stopped. Running unraid version 6.6.7, I think I know the answer but thought I'd ask as its going to be a couple of weeks before I can get to/get someone to the server physically. Cheers Diskloginformation.txt WDC_WD40EFRX-68N32N0_WD-WCC7K0NNFX24-20190430-0720.txt
  9. Thanks for the reply, Cheers, it would be good if you could just enter the network_ID's separated by a comma in the edit docker options Yes pretty much, I believe it is possible - https://support.zerotier.com/knowledgebase.php?entry=show&search-for=&article=ZWFhNWMyMTZjODY1ODcwNmFhZmJjYmRhN2I5MjRhOGQ_ Step 2 and 3 are easy to do. Its step 1 that requires some messing around with the IP tables within unraid/docker which would allow for the server to act as a NAT and forward traffic. (sorry not really a networking person!) Then you should be able to select on the client side whether you just want to connect to the zerotier network or use that network as a default gateway for all traffic. Unfortunately I've tried tower.local and it didn't work. Although I've had issues before with this on the local network it is on, so will have to look into the problem a little more. Thanks for pointing me towards the avahi daemon.
  10. I have to say this is pretty awesome. Set up this afternoon and is working perfectly between my unraid server, my hosted VM on said server (I remote into) and my laptop I'm on in a different country! I do have a few queries however, Is it possible for the unraid server to be connected to two different ZeroTier networks and how would you enter 2 network ID's? (One for me and my devices and another for other users). How do I configure the unraid server to be able to act as a default/remote gateway. I've added the ability in my Zerotier network by adding the 0.0.0.0/0 route to the assigned IP of the unraid server on the Zerotier network, but I need to do routing at the server I believe? It would be nice if that was an easy configurable in the docker application. Lastly and not really applicable to the docker, but how would I configure DNS for this network. as in I have to use the IP of the unraid server on the Zerotier network to access it and not able to use //tower in the web browser. Cheers anyways!