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  1. My log is full of these: upnphttp.c:1061: warn: HTTP Connection closed unexpectedly Any idea what it means?
  2. Hi. I just found out that this docker is spinning one of my disks. It keeps opening files from Disk5 for no reason. I have not added any new media files in /mnt/user (/media path) and none of the existing files is used by any dlna client... So why minidlna keeps scanning this disk? Thank you...
  3. Thank you. Running extended on 5 now... May I ask why Disk6 should be replaced? Also what about disks 2 and 4 that have Reported Uncorrect and Reallocated sector ct errors? Nothing wrong about 2 and 4?
  4. The extended test completed successfully for Disks 2 and 4 but for Disk 6: Errors occurred - Check SMART report Disk 6 also failed the short test. Now I see 50 errors on unraid's Main page for Disk 6 and 5! (Disk 5 passed the short test though. I'm running extended test now...) Please help... tower-smart-20200514-0929_Disk6.zip tower-smart-20200514-0200_Disk2.zip tower-smart-20200513-2003_Disk4.zip
  5. I' m running the extended tests on these three disks and I' ll post the results. Thanks again.
  6. Hi. I recently received notification about Read Error on Disk4. I checked the system log and I see Read Errors on Disk6. Also Disk2 has Reported uncorrect value of 6. None has Pending Sectors though... Can you please advise? Does any of these disks need replacement? I attach the diagnostics zip. Thank you very much! tower-diagnostics-20200513-1238.zip
  7. The solution is to enter eth0 at Network Type. Only then the Fixed IP address field will show (I'm on 6.4.1)... Now the only problem is the graphs not updating.
  8. Hello. When I try to install the container I'm getting this error: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='pihole' --net='bridge' -e TZ="Europe/Athens" -e HOST_OS="unRAID" -e 'ServerIP'='192.168.1.11' -e 'DNS1'='8.8.8.8' -e 'DNS2'='8.8.4.4' -e 'IPv6'='False' -e 'TZ'='Europe/Athens' -e 'WEBPASSWORD'='admin' -e 'INTERFACE'='br0' -e 'DNSMASQ_LISTENING'='all' -p '53:53/tcp' -p '53:53/udp' -p '80:80/tcp' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/pihole/pihole/':'/etc/pihole/':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/pihole/dnsmasq.d/':'/etc/dnsmasq.d/':'rw' --cap-add=NET_ADMIN 'diginc/pi-hole:latest' a6d1eed028308cf1bee761c286d6a07fc6d2fad4e27661e3a7cbc1d5fd3420fa /usr/bin/docker: Error response from daemon: driver failed programming external connectivity on endpoint pihole (8771ee95e57f0209e3a1cb452d96767d776904d74ac9baa17817755812973ec1): Error starting userland proxy: listen tcp 0.0.0.0:80: bind: address already in use. The command failed. Can you help?
  9. Active Streams only work for SMB? Not NFS?
  10. Hello. In my Main screen of unRAID I see that there are some reads/writes in 2 of my data disks in the array. I installed this plugin but it doesn't show why these disks are spun up. File Activity is clear. There souldn't be any activity in any of the disks of my server at the moment. So why are the Reads/Writes values changing in the Main screen, keeping these two disks from spinning down? Is unRAID doing any reads/writes randomly for some reason? Thank you.
  11. Thank you so much for your help. That disk is still under the warranty so I will return it asap...
  12. Thank you. Extended SMART test always fails after a few seconds. The short one is OK (no errors). I changed SATA cables but that's not what is causing the problem... tower-diagnostics-20180202-0953.zip
  13. Thanks for your help. Unfortunately, the extended SMART test did not pass: Last SMART test result: Errors occured - Check SMART report In the SMART report the last entry changed to this: 200 Multi zone error rate 0x0008 200 200 000 Old age Offline Never 50 Does that mean that my drive is failing? Should I swap the disk cables anyway? Just to make sure that it's a drive problem... Because if it's a controller problem then I would change the motherboard (replace it with one that has 8 SATA ports)... Please help identify the problem.
  14. Hello. I got a red X in one of my data drives. I checked the SMART report for that drive (sdg) and I didn't see anything wrong. So I decided to re-enable the drive and rebuild it. But the rebuild process failed (twice), giving me a lot of write errors. I don't think that there is a problem with this drive. Is it maybe the controller? Can you please help? I attach the diagnostics file that I downloaded before I start the rebuild and the syslog file that I downloaded after the failed rebuild attempt(s)... Thank you. tower-diagnostics-20180201-1758.zip syslog.txt
  15. I've modified the XFS conversion post (found here), and added warnings to it, marked in blue. I'm afraid it never occurred to me that anyone would be modifying the original drive during the conversion, but it's probably a relatively common occurrence. I often do things differently than most people, and need feedback like yours to correct me. Please review what I've written, and tell me if it could be improved, and any other suggestions you may have. Thank you. I have only two Docker apps installed: Transmission and PlexMediaServer. No VMs, Plugins, or Mover... I repeated all the steps (until 9) in your guide, but this time I stopped these apps before step 1! The copy in step 8 completed successfully, as expected. But the verification in step 9 took much less time to complete than step 8 (which is strange) and came up with many messages such as this: skipping non-regular file "appdata/PlexMediaServer/Library/....." However, I compared the contents of the two disks and they are identical! To make the comparison, I used the commands dir \\tower\disk10 /s and dir \\tower\disk11 /s from my windows PC, as suggested. Fortunately, the output of the dir commands shows the same number of files, folders and bytes for disks 10 and 11, so I guess everything is OK. In unRAID's Main page I see that in XFS disk11 (4TB) uses 1.69TB (2.31TB free) and in ReiserFS disk10 (also 4TB) uses 1.67TB (2.33TB free). That means that for the same amount of data, XFS needs slightly more space than ReiserFS. Is this normal? I am now moving on to the next steps with a little variation. I see that in your guide you always keep disk11 empty, in order to receive the data from the other drives. I find that all the assign, unassign, missing drives, unmountable, etc a little confusing for me to follow... So what I want to do is follow bjp999's guide on the first page, but instead of creating a "t" directory on the destination disk (as he suggests) I will exclude it in Global Share Settings (as you suggest), in order to avoid duplicates in shares... In summary, now that disk11 (XFS) has all the contents of disk10 (ReiserFS), I will exclude disk10 in Global Share Settings and then format it in XFS. Next I will copy the contents of disk9 to disk10. Then exclude disk9, format it, copy from disk8 and so on... I hope I understand it correctly...