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  1. So I ended up rebooting and had to reassign every drive, checked that parity was valid, ran a parity check after, and all is good!
  2. Thanks for the suggestion. I just tried it on Firefox, Chrome and Edge on two different computers. I also tried it on my phone with Chrome and the same issue occurred each time.
  3. I'm removing a drive I no longer need, the drives works, just unnecessary. I've followed the instructions for "The "Clear Drive Then Remove Drive" Method" here (https://wiki.unraid.net/Shrink_array). I'm on step 13, but when I try to select unassigned for the disk I'm removing, the page refreshes and the drive still shows up. No matter what I change, try and add the hot swap as a new drive, unassign any other drive, the page just refreshes with the exact some unchanged drive assignments. Edit: I'm using 6.7.2
  4. Would love to be able to buy one of these if I don't win!
  5. LOL! Nope! We're still at it! Going through final testing to ensure the final build is solid before we post to the world, but we will meet the deadline! Still have 7 hours before the last time zone finishes Monday
  6. OK, this is weird I went to take a screen shot of it showing as unformated, but after stopping the array (was in maintenance mode) then starting, the cache is now formatted as btrfs and everything is back to normal... might have been an issue with my Plex Docker
  7. Running 6.0-beta12 and my cache now shows as unformated. I can still see the files when I browse vie the GUI. I ran reiserfsck --check /dev/sdc1 and was told reiserfs_open: the reiserfs superblock cannot be found on /dev/sdc1. Failed to open the filesystem. If the partition table has not been changed, and the partition is valid and it really contains a reiserfs partition, then the superblock is corrupted and you need to run this utility with --rebuild-sb. I know that with --rebuild-sb answers need to be perfect, so I'm looking for some help to get this cache back up. Thanks!
  8. /usr/bin/tail -n 40 -f /var/log/syslog Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (824): mkdir /mnt/disk12 Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (825): set -o pipefail ; mount -t reiserfs -o user_xattr,acl,noatime,nodiratime /dev/md12 /mnt/disk12 |& logger Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device md12): found reiserfs format "3.6" with standard journal Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device md12): using ordered data mode Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: reiserfs: using flush barriers Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device md12): journal params: device md12, size 8192, journal first block 18, max trans len 1024, max batch 900, max commit age 30, max trans age 30 Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device md12): checking transaction log (md12) Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device md12): replayed 3 transactions in 0 seconds Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device md12): Using r5 hash to sort names Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (826): chmod 777 '/mnt/disk12' Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (827): chown nobody:users '/mnt/disk12' Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (828): mkdir /mnt/cache Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (829): set -o pipefail ; mount -t reiserfs -o user_xattr,acl,noatime,nodiratime /dev/sda1 /mnt/cache |& logger Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device sda1): found reiserfs format "3.6" with standard journal Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device sda1): using ordered data mode Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: reiserfs: using flush barriers Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device sda1): journal params: device sda1, size 8192, journal first block 18, max trans len 1024, max batch 900, max commit age 30, max trans age 30 Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device sda1): checking transaction log (sda1) Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device sda1): replayed 3 transactions in 0 seconds Apr 4 17:28:42 Asgard kernel: REISERFS (device sda1): Using r5 hash to sort names Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (830): chmod 777 '/mnt/cache' Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (831): chown nobody:users '/mnt/cache' Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (832): mkdir /mnt/user0 Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (833): /usr/local/sbin/shfs /mnt/user0 -disks 16777214 -o noatime,big_writes,allow_other,use_ino Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (834): mkdir /mnt/user Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (835): /usr/local/sbin/shfs /mnt/user -disks 16777215 2000000 -o noatime,big_writes,allow_other,use_ino Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (836): crontab -c /etc/cron.d - <<< "# Generated mover schedule: 30 4 * * * /usr/local/sbin/mover |& logger" Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (837): /usr/local/sbin/emhttp_event disks_mounted Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard emhttp_event: disks_mounted Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard kernel: mdcmd (55): check CORRECT Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard kernel: md: recovery thread woken up ... Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard kernel: md: recovery thread rebuilding disk4 ... Apr 4 17:28:43 Asgard kernel: md: using 1536k window, over a total of 2930266532 blocks. Apr 4 17:28:44 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (838): :>/etc/samba/smb-shares.conf Apr 4 17:28:44 Asgard emhttp: Restart SMB... Apr 4 17:28:44 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (839): killall -HUP smbd Apr 4 17:28:44 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (840): ps axc | grep -q rpc.mountd Apr 4 17:28:44 Asgard emhttp: _shcmd: shcmd (840): exit status: 1 Apr 4 17:28:44 Asgard emhttp: shcmd (841): /usr/local/sbin/emhttp_event svcs_restarted Apr 4 17:28:44 Asgard emhttp_event: svcs_restarted It's now showing as starting the rebuild, but the log stopped recording.
  9. I've been trying to replace one of the 2TB drives with a pre-cleared 3TB drive. During the data-rebuild the server appears to crash, and it brings down my whole wired network (as soon as I disconnect the server, the network is back up and running). There isn't even any text displayed on the monitor I have connected. When I reboot the server, the log starts over so I can't see what errors might have been thrown out. I've already successfully upgraded one of the 1TB drives. I'm going to see if I can try and pre-clear another 3TB drive, but since that will take many many many hours, I was wondering if anyone had any ideas as to the cause of this mysterious crashing, or how to get a useable log. Thanks.
  10. I am wondering if it might be account specific, as I've been getting their daily emails for years.
  11. I can't claim it either, tells me "Your email address is not valid for redemption of promo code BTEXTWM47."
  12. Bah, it's always something more simple then I try to make it! That did the trick RobJ, many thanks Over eager and couldn't scroll to the bottom
  13. I just tried to install 5.0-rc11 and I can't seem to access my server remotely. I have replaced all the root files with those from the AiO, and ran make_bootable.bat as administrator. The server still has the same static IP from 4.7 when I check eth0, but it can't even ping the gateway. When I revert back to the 4.7 files in the root of the flash drive, the server works just fine. Did I just completely miss something in the instructions? Server here -> http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=18627
  14. I've upgraded to an i3-2100 with a MBD-X9SCM-F-O mobo and 8GB memory... and also added another MV8 and the final 5-3 drive cage Forgot to take a picture of the front though, I'll get one when I get home tonight. Getting the last 5-3 into the case was beyond difficult. I don't know if it was just my case, but it's about half a centimeter too short to fit 3 . Plus, the first MV8 was DOA Been running rock solid on the new config for two weeks