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  1. I dont believe the bitwardenrs container requires any licensing fees as it is self hosted and not reliant upon any external services from Bitwarden at all. (I have several individuals on without issues). See screenshot for the licensing type contained in the docker container. This taken from the Bitwarden application loaded on my Mac - logged in to my self hosted Bitwarden instance (Bitwarden => Account => Premium Membership)
  2. Thanks Johnnie, for now I will just remain on 6.8.2 unless you have a compelling reason for me to go up to 6.8.3. I typically try to go to the newer versions at home however, for now I will use the same tactic I use for work N-1 and 6.8.2 is the -1 for now. Thanks again, -MW
  3. Good Morning Johnnie, I reverted back to 6.8.2 and the temp are showing up again. Diagnostics attached. Thanks again. -MW tower-diagnostics-20200309-0553.zip
  4. Bonieni , thanks for the response. Unfortunately, after 17 hours of uptime (since the upgrade reboot) the drives still do not display their temps. I did not make any changes as you outlined in your response. It isn’t really that important rather a minor nuisance. I wonder if anyone else is experiencing similar or am I just that lucky 😀 An additional note, I may open a different thread, the issue that others previously reported wherein when clicking the view logs button from the main tab, it now prompts for a user name and password from my Mac (safari and chrome), and iPad (safari and chrome). I will try from a Winblows laptop later today and report back. Thanks agin, -MW
  5. Good Evening All, Just upgraded Unraid from 6.8.2 to 6.8.3, all went well - Thank you Unraid team... The only issue I am experiencing is that 4 of my data drives (spinners - out of the 28) are no longer displaying their temperature in the Main tab. They did previously under 6.8.2. Just curious if anyone else is seeing this, maybe a big, firmware related, or I just chalk it up to 'stuff' happens. At any rate, flawless upgrade and thanks again to the Unraid team! -MW tower-diagnostics-20200307-2347.zip
  6. You can install the NerdPack Gui. Once installed, install the sg3_utils software. When thats done, issue the following: This scans the bus and reports back ALL devices connected. Identify the drive you want to convert / format. # sg_scan -i /dev/sg8: scsi6 channel=0 id=7 lun=0 NETAPP X287_S15K5288A15 NA00 [rmb=0 cmdq=1 pqual=0 pdev=0x0] /dev/sg9: scsi6 channel=0 id=8 lun=0 NETAPP X287_S15K5288A15 NA00 [rmb=0 cmdq=1 pqual=0 pdev=0x0] For this example, we will select the first drive. # sg_format --format --size=512 /dev/sg8 NETAPP X287_S15K5288A15 NA00 peripheral_type: disk [0x0] Mode Sense (block descriptor) data, prior to changes: Number of blocks=573653847 [0x22314357] Block size=520 [0x208] A FORMAT will commence in 10 seconds ALL data on /dev/sg8 will be DESTROYED Press control-C to abort Now sit back and wait until it is complete - will take some time. If you want to do multiple drives from the same box, you can either install screen (using the NerdPack GUI) and do them each individually AND log out of your computer or do them all on the same screen and simply lock it. Have fun.
  7. I don't know that i would expose direct SSH to the world. VPN in and do your tasks or use Guacamole (or other) to remote in for SSH. I can send you screenshots of what I have done in both my PaloAlto and Unifi firewalls of you like.
  8. I too was looking for something similar. I took a different route and set up Apache Guacamole. This allowed me to set up a 'web' instance for my SSH connections. All of my outside (except Plex) traverse the NGINX Proxy, with an additional layer of authentication - essentially multi factor (log in to NGINIX, then login to the application) authentication. Seems to work well for me and the only ports I have to expose are 80/443, and 32400 (Plex).
  9. So, I haven't tried one of their HBA's, the QSFP-QSFP type. I am speculating here however, provided it uses a supported LSI chipset, you "should" be ok... That being said, if you go this route, I would use one of the generally agreed upon in this forum with the understanding you will need the appropriate cable QSFP-8088. Regarding the power supply noise, the tray noise isn't 'terrible' although, I kept mine in the unfinished basement. I suppose you could modify them however, that's outside anything I would be willing to do. Keep in mind, depending on the firmware, etc. located on the IOM controller, it may not support more than a 3TB drive. Good luck.
  10. Keep in mind, you will need an sff-8436 to sff-8088 to connect the NetApp DS4243 tray to most HBA's. I have 2 of these shelves lying around, - they came with 1 controller and IOM each. You will need at a minimum 2 power supplies in the enclosure for it to work properly and level the fan noise "some"... These are proprietary power supplies, not easily hacked. The IOM3 module is all you need to facilitate connectivity to the server HBA - this is nothing more than a SAS controller / interface to the drives in the chassis. Most trays that can be had on eBay already come with them. You will also want the baffles/blanks for all the unused drive slots in the front and controller / power supply slots in the rear. If not, the fans will run at full speed since the chassis detects an air flow anomaly. They do work very nicely with Unraid though.
  11. Good evening Everyone, Just as the title suggests, does Unraid support monitoring multiple UPS via USB? I have several rack mount APC units and would like to see them detailed under the dashboard pane. Currently I am monitoring only one unit. Thanks again.
  12. Set it up to use the custom br0 and set a static IP.
  13. Well, tried creating 3 different USB drives with no luck. Tried with the backup zip file and then without (image from Unraid site). Still no luck. The USB would appear to boot, bring up the Unraid boot screen, then count down from 5 to 0 then continue to start over again. Tried to change the menu to i.e. w/Web Gui and nothing, just remains on the screen. I did all of the USB drives from my Mac. Each of the drives were from a different manufacturer. All were 8G in size and USB 2.0. Tried the 6.7.0 and 6.7.2 images from the Unraid site. Give up... Reinserted the perceived faulty drive and booted right up - just like last time (just rebooted without any troubleshooting). Seems odd that it happened right around ~60 days ago. Will keep an eye on it and if it starts to go wonky again, I will replace it with one made from a Windows machine (maybe there is a difference....). Or, if right around the 60 day mark, will formally request assistance from the big guy - as then it would no longer be a coincidence as the timing is too specific. Still can't run a parity check as the machine becomes completely unusable to the point it drops pings intermittently and the web interface is unresponsive, shares not accessible, etc. Maybe one day the big guy @limetech will be able to duplicate this (doubtful) and offer up a solution. Maybe I am the only one running a full enterprise SSD SAS array with external shelves with an unlimited drives license - 28 data + 2 parity. At any rate, I can offer my support for testing if he/they would like.... Thanks again to those that answered. As always, a huge thank you for this forum!
  14. Thanks Johnnie. I did see that after I sent the request for help. Is there an official replacement procedure to swap it out? I do have a backup of the drive albeit dated 5/31/2019 - so I at least have something.... I have more current backups (as of last week) on an unassigned device however, I can't access it in this current state. Regardless, I still have to power it down so maybe I will try to grab a good copy after a reboot. I should be ok with parity as well however, if needed I will kick one off and wait patiently.
  15. All, Need your help. For the 2nd time after ~60 days (last time was 59 if memory serves), my array is acting weird. When logging in to view the array, only 'some' of the tabs are shown, the web interface is slow and close to unresponsive. Shares are no longer visible on the network however, docker containers and virtual machines appear to be running. There is a constant Array Started . starting services... flashing in the lower left-hand corner of the web interface. Additionally, I am concerned that if I just hard power down the array the parity check will kick off for over 20 plus hours. This also results in unresponsive performance, slow gui, etc. I did post about this some time ago and no errors were observed. Original post: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/80455-unable-to-run-a-parity-check/?tab=comments#comment-747515 Current setup: UNRAID Version 6.7.0 2019-05-08 HP DL365 G7 192G RAM AMD Opteron™ 6282 SE @ 2600 MHz Qty. (1) H200 flashed to IT Mode – 1 Parity and 2 Cache drives Qty. (1) H200 flashed to IT Mode – 1 Parity and 2 Cache drives Qty. (1) H200E flashed to IT Mode - connected to external EMC SAS shelves Qty. (30) 4TB Enterprise SAS Flash Drives (2 Parity, 28 Data) Qty. (4) 4TB Enterprise SAS Flash Drives (BTRFS Cache Pool) Only modification: /boot/config/go => rmmod acpi_power_meter Plugins: CA Auto Update Applications CA Backup / Restore Appdata Community Applications Dynamix SSD TRIM Fix Common Problems Unassigned Devices unBALANCE I don’t remember every experiencing these conditions back on 6.6.7 however, I didn’t have as many SAS trays and drives attached. I am beginning to wonder if there is an underlying issue with the total number of drives albeit SAS and the SSD combination. That being said, in the arrays current condition there is no method available via the web gui to go back. Diagnostics attached. Thank you all in advance! unraid-1-diagnostics-20190920-0058.zip