Squiggley

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  1. Hi all, My upgrade just keeps hanging. My server is working fine just wont upgrade. The only thing of note that has happened is my hardware died recently and I had to pretty much buy a new machine. It was offline for about a month. The only original parts left are the disks. The output from upgrading is as follows plugin: updating: unRAIDServer.plg plugin: downloading: https://s3.amazonaws.com/dnld.lime-technology.com/stable/unRAIDServer-6.9.1-x86_64.zip ... done plugin: downloading: https://s3.amazonaws.com/dnld.lime-technology.com/stable/unRAIDServer-6.9.1-
  2. Same issue here, I have 1 VM but its off and the VM manager is disabled.
  3. Amazing I spent ages trying to get this to work and this is what was wrong. Removing ,::0/0 sorted it. thanks for sharing
  4. I have just started using this docker and so far it is really good. I do however have some questions if I may 1) I cant seem to find any to delete a lease. I had a server on a static ip address and mistakenly set the dhcp range wrong and it gave out that address. So I changed range to not include my server but the lease was still there. 2) If I have my unraid server use it as its nameserver then unraid cannot resolve anything 3) is it not possible to reverse proxy it? I use NginxProxyManager for all my dockers but it just does not seem to work for Technitium Thanks
  5. Thanks for the heads up I will look into using that!
  6. Not 100% sure what you mean but I am guessing you mean this? endpoint = "unix:///var/run/docker.sock" I actually have it commented out so whatever the default behaviour is. Is this something I should be changing?
  7. I am a complete dufus I must have checked the port forwarding many times last night and stared right past the problem! The problem was between the chair and the monitor! thanks again @primeval_god
  8. Marvellous I will stop trying to work out if thats the bit thats wrong then So if I dont see the request coming in then surely it must be a port forwarding issue? They are all on the default bridge network, which I will leave them on for just now untill I get it all working. thanks very much for your response
  9. Hi All, Trying to get Traefik working but I am unsure how things should be. So I have been following this blog https://www.smarthomebeginner.com/traefik-reverse-proxy-tutorial-for-docker/#Create_Proxy_Networks and I have Traefik running and 2 items showing in the dashboard. From the logs I am reasonably sure I have it creating Lets Encrypt certificates for them. However its not working, so some questions if I may 1) The backend ip address seems wrong to me. Should it be local server ip address i.e. 192.168.0.1:7878 2) I am trying to work out how far the
  10. I didn't mention it being emulated because it has only just started saying it.... I think..... I want to make sue I get this right...... Sorry if this is a dumbass question but I am rather worried now about doing the wrong thing. How would I do a new config and re-sync parity? Thanks for all your help!
  11. Oh Just noticed whilst disk 5 is mounting and no longer giving the unmountable no file system error it does say device is disabled, contents emulated
  12. Thanks for the reply. So I have run an xfs_repair on the md5 drive and these are the results.xfs_repair_results.txt The array is not mounting fine but I am missing a LOT of data I have 2.5TB of stuff in my lost&found folder. Is there any decent way of recovering these 10477 files? Also Did I cause this by running xfs_repair on sdi1 instead of md5? Thanks
  13. So I took the array down and ran xfs_repair.... I had to use the -L option with the following results # xfs_repair -vL /dev/sdi1 Phase 1 - find and verify superblock... - block cache size set to 1092552 entries Phase 2 - using internal log - zero log... zero_log: head block 1343446 tail block 1343435 ALERT: The filesystem has valuable metadata changes in a log which is being destroyed because the -L option was used. - scan filesystem freespace and inode maps... sb_fdblocks 64531954, counted 66679050 - found root inode chunk Phas
  14. I suspect my server cupboard became too hot yesterday as it started behaving badly. It tells me that the newest 8TB disk I put in a few weeks ago is Unmountable: No file system. I could not run any smart disk tests on it so I rebooted the system. After a reboot I am still missing the disk from my array but I can now run the smart tests on it. Which all seem to be fine. Is the disk faulty or should I just rebuild the array? Thanks heart-of-gold-diagnostics-20190726-0317.zip
  15. I did exactly as you suggested and managed to recover my all data. Thanks ever so much!