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  1. That file shows a syslog server at ip address. That is my PRTG server. I believe I did have syslog routed there at one point. I'll stand a syslog sensor up again to see if that fixes it. If not, I'll rename the file and reboot.
  2. I don't have this on my server. My page map is attached. unraid_page_map.txt
  3. I don't. Do you know offhand where the setting to disable this is?
  4. I am still getting an error in safe mode, after NerdPack was uninstalled. I've attached the safe mode diagnostic. tower-diagnostics-20200114-1045.zip
  5. I believe what stopped the plex overruns was an actual unRAID update, but it was quite a while ago, so I could be mistaken. I previously used the NerdPack modules, but I'm not at the moment. I'm going to uninstall the entire NerdPack plugin and reboot later today.
  6. I haven't tried safe mode yet. I increased the docker image size over a year ago due to plex filling the image. That finally stopped for me with an update about 6 months ago. I just added the cache a few months ago, and am gradually moving shares over to it. System is the next on the list to be moved.
  7. Diagnostics attached. tower-diagnostics-20200114-0904.zip
  8. I've been having some problems with my system recently, and am getting the same error constantly in my syslog. The error is Tower rsyslogd: action 'action 1' (module 'builtin:omfile') message lost, could not be processed. Check for additional error messages before this one. [v8.36.0 try http://www.rsyslog.com/e/2027 ] I'm currently on 6.6.7 (upgrading to 6.8 caused all of my containers to vanish), and am running a Ryzen based system. How do I narrow down what is causing this issue?
  9. I like the docker management interface, and community apps. I'd like to see a second pool supporting ZFS (and what that brings).
  10. Snapshots (For VMs and shares) would be huge. Right now it absolutely stops me from being able to recommend this to even a small business. iSCSI would be huge for me in a home scenario. Right now I run a VM on top of unRAID just to do iSCSI, which is an unnecessary pain. A secondary array that uses ZFS is again something I have to use a VM for at the moment, which I would love to see baked into unRAID natively.
  11. I tried to delete a 1tb backup file last night, and during the deletion, my box froze. I rebooted, and upon coming up, one of my unassigned devices is accessible via smb, but not NFS. This is my main vSphere datastore, so I need to find a way to bring it online. I've had this issue with unassigned devices before as well, where drives are accessible with smb but not nfs. Also, my System Log is full. Currently getting the following message when I try to access it. Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 132653088 bytes) in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix/include/DefaultPageLayout.php(418) : eval()'d code on line 73 I was able to get in once before it filled, and it was spewing something related to io, and giving the following link: https://www.rsyslog.com/?s=error+2027 Edit: Typing this made me think of one more thing to try, which did bring the NFS share online. I turned off NFS on unassigned devices globally, and then back on. I'd still love to figure out the issue with the syslog error, if anyone has seen that before.
  12. Good to know. Thanks. I'll give it a try.
  13. I updated to 6.7.2 recently, and upon upgrading, my SQLlite issues appear to be better. I still have to run SQLlite containers off of the array, but at least they run. However, upgrading completely broken bonding for me. When my bond is enabled, I completely lose connectivity to my server. I unbonded my NICS, and have now connectivity, but that broke my VMs and Containers. I spent the last week reconfiguring, but ran into an issue now where I can use VMs, or containers, but not both. When I enabled bridging on my second NIC in order to create a network for my VMs, my containers all broke. I re-ip'd the containers, and most are online, but a few just won't come up. The common factor is that these all use Bridge type connectivity. Not all Bridge VMs have this issue, I've found 4 so far (Smokeping, LazyLibrarian, GitLab-CE, and QBittorrentVPN). Also, all of my containers are showing updates available, but when I hit update all, the update available icon never goes away, and the containers don't actually update. I did think about rolling back, when unfortunately when I go to the update OS page, the rollback option showing is also 6.7.2. Ideally I'd like to get my bonding working again, and hopefully in doing so, get my containers and VMs working. Any advice is appreciated.
  14. I recently attached a new SSD as a VM datastore, and will be using similar base OS for these. At work we use a SAN that deduplicates the base OS files, and saves us a ton of space. I know BTRFS supports some deduplication and compression, is this something I can do while using it in unRAID? This is an unassigned device, not part of the array or a cache drive.