Steviewunda

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  1. The unclean shutdown happens soon after starting the parity check. Disk 1 shows 40 reallocated sectors - is that significant?
  2. Chkdsk found no errors - I tried a different USB port, but it keeps rebooting from an unclean shutdown. What's the next step? Get a new key and replace the flash drive? Memtest? Both?
  3. The parity check finished in about 11 hours, and reported 31 errors. 'Auto-correct errors 'was turned on, so I decided to do another parity check with 'auto-correct errors' off, to check whether the drives were actually error-free. But when I access the unRaid server web page to check progress from my PC, the parity check restarts . (I had no such problems with the above-mentioned parity check) Log files attached tower-diagnostics-20190504-2355.zip
  4. I have started another parity check which has run ok for 15 minutes so far - good speed and no errors reported. The only changes I made were to disable my adblocker, and shutdown all dockers. I will see how it goes and submit another log if necessary. Cheers
  5. Yes - I couldn't access the web page or any unRaid shares from my Win10 pc, so I did a hard reset. Should I attempt another parity check and try to save the syslog? When I start a parity check I soon get a warning about 40 reallocated sectors on disk 1, and the check seems to stall. If I refresh the Main web page, the parity check seems to restart. Would an extended smart test on disk 1 be an option?
  6. Parity check is scheduled to run on the 1st of each month, but it started on the 28th April, never finished, and has been restarting for the last few days. If I refresh the Main page the parity check seems to restart, and then becomes unresponsive after a few minutes. Logs are attached - any assistance gratefully received tower-diagnostics-20190503-2215.zip
  7. I don't run VM's but it's stable as server OS (on 2nd Ryzen)
  8. Thanks for the response - I'm not sure what you mean by 'mix disks and user shares when moving/copying'. Would you recommend using Krusader rather than sharing thru Windows? And is it ok to delete files from the array drives using Krusader?
  9. Thanks Squid - I shutdown all dockers, enabled Mover logging, rebooted and ran Mover again. Diagnostics log attached. The Mover log says that those files already exist, and I can see in Windows Explorer that they are on the cache and in the Movies folder on Disk 1 of the array. Should I just delete them from the cache drive? And just for interest's sake - is it ok to delete files from cache and array drives from Windows Explorer? tower-diagnostics-20190107-1249.zip
  10. Mover has left 3 movie files on the SSD cache since 2 January. I have tried manually invoking Mover but no change. Other files transfer ok. System specs below - unRaid 6.6.6 - System log attached (Mover invoked at end of log) No change after reboot and Fix Common Problems. Any help appreciated Cheers, Steve Model: Custom M/B: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. - AX370-Gaming K7 CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G with Radeon Vega Graphics @ 3500 HVM: Enabled IOMMU: Enabled Cache: 384 kB, 2048 kB, 4096 kB Memory: 32 GB (max. installable capacity 256 GB) Network: eth0: 1000 Mb/s, full duplex, mtu 1500 eth1: not connected eth2: 10000 Mb/s, full duplex, mtu 9000 Kernel: Linux 4.18.20-unRAID x86_64 OpenSSL: 1.1.1a Uptime: tower-syslog-20190107-1114.zip
  11. Thanks Jonathan - I have set up DelugeVPN with PIA and privoxy, and Radarr and Sonarr are working well. Cheers for the help!
  12. Thanks for the advice...so if I install the Arch Linux PIA app on my unRaid server, all internet traffic will be via VPN? I'm trying to work out whether there is a preference for installing the PIA app, or for installing one of Binhex's VPN enabled apps and using privoxy. It seems simpler to just install the app and have all traffic routed via VPN, but are there any disadvantages?
  13. Hi - I'm trying to work out the best security approach for unRaid downloads. I use Binhex SABDNZB, Sonarr and Radarr with Usenet providers via SSL. Do the SSL connections mean I don't need a VPN? If a VPN is still recommended, what is the preferred approach? It seems that I could install the Arch Linux PIA application on my unRaid server, enable port forwarding and connect to a port fwding endpoint. Or I could install one of the Binhex VPN enabled apps, configure it for PIA port forwarding and privoxy and point Sonarr and Radarr to port 8118. Any recommendations gratefully received
  14. Hi - I'm trying to work out the best security approach for unRaid downloads. I use Binhex SABDNZB, Sonarr and Radarr with Usenet providers via SSL. Do the SSL connections mean I don't need a VPN? If a VPN is still recommended, what is the preferred approach? It seems that I could install the Arch Linux PIA application on my unRaid server, enable port forwarding and connect to a port fwding endpoint. Or I could install one of the Binhex VPN enabled apps, configure it for PIA port forwarding and privoxy and point Sonarr and Radarr to port 8118. Any recommendations gratefully received
  15. I seem to have resolved this by removing the [global] section of the SMB extras (see above). Thanks very much to those who responded
  16. Thanks Brit - I'm wondering if I should remove the lines in the SMB extras (see above) pertaining to logging? Or remove the whole [global] section?
  17. Thanks Johnnie - no I don't know what they relate to. The only dockers running are duckdns and openvpn-as. I have just shut them down to see if those log entries are are related to either of them. I have also just removed Dynamix Local Master for troubleshooting purposes Here are my SMB extras, if they could be relevant: [rootshare] path = /mnt/user comment = browseable = yes # Public public = yes writeable = yes vfs objects = [global] domain master = yes preferred master = yes os level = 255 log level = 3 logging = syslog
  18. Hi - after a few days Fix Common Problems states that the system log has grown too large, and the system becomes less responsive - until I restart the unRaid server. Any help appreciated - diagnostics log attached tower-diagnostics-20181103-1216.zip unRaid 6.6.3 Model: Custom M/B: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. - AX370-Gaming K7 CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200G with Radeon Vega Graphics @ 3500 HVM: Enabled IOMMU: Enabled Cache: 384 kB, 2048 kB, 4096 kB Memory: 32 GB (max. installable capacity 256 GB) Network: eth0: 1000 Mb/s, full duplex, mtu 1500 eth1: not connected eth2: 10000 Mb/s, full duplex, mtu 9000 Kernel: Linux 4.18.15-unRAID x86_64 OpenSSL: 1.1.0i
  19. Thanks for the response. At this stage i'm just wanting to set up ram drives on my Win10 HTPC and my unRaid server to check out network transfer speeds of my 10gb cards, (and keep hdd speeds out of the equation). And i've read that a ram drive can save a lot of SSD work during certain activities eg torrenting. I'm using Softperfect Ramdisk on Windows c
  20. i have checked the Guides and videos post but haven't been able to find a complete guide to setting up a ram disk in unRaid. Could someone point me to a guide/video please? Cheers Steve
  21. Hi - my unRaid server has 3 ethernet adapters - 2 onboard 1GB adapters (with 1 disabled) and 1 Mellanox ConnectX-2 10GB addin card. My WIN10 PC has an onboard 1GB adapter and a Mellanox Connectx-2 10GB card. The 2 10GB cards are connected by Cisco SFP cable. Both mellanox cards have updated firmware. I can access the unRaid shares from my WIN10 workstation via the 1GB adapter, but not via the 10GB adapter. I can access the unRaid web gui using either the 1GB (192.168.1.50) or the 10GB ip address (192.168.50.2). I cannot map any of the unRaid shares using the 10GB ip address. 'TOWER' is visible in Windows Explorer, but I cannot connect to it. The unRaid shares are public and the unRaid server is local master. I have tried most troubleshooting steps (disable/re-enable SMB, etc) but no joy. Any assistance appreciated - diagnostics attached. tower-diagnostics-20181014-1536.zip