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  1. Thanks so much @Rich Minear for sticking it out and doing all that testing for the rest of us. So glad we've got a resolution and I can confidently start thinking about moving off 6.6.7
  2. I'll throw my voice into the ring as well. I had plex (linuxserver) working great on unraid for about 9months prior to upgrading to unraid 6.7.0 and since then have been getting the same SQLite corruption issues mentioned in this thread. I don't have a cache drive Config Path set to /mnt/user/appdata/plex
  3. Been trying to use DelugeVPN for the first time on my Unraid box but I'm running into issues. Upon first trying to load the container I kept getting the error: Options error: --status fails with '/tmp/openvpn/openvpn-status.log': No such file or directory (errno=2) Options error: Please correct these errors. I resolved this by jumping in via terminal and manually creating the above log file. Now it appears like the launch sequence completes successfully but I can't seem to access the web UI. Here's my supervisor log for the launch after creating the openvpn-status.log file. To confirm I'm trying to load the admin UI (10.1.1.142:8112) from a computer within the network (10.1.1.14) and I'm getting a connection refused error.
  4. It's only an i3 CPU (Just running a NAS box with some docker containers for managing content/smart home). Every time I've had this 100% CPU issue it seems to take up to 2-3 hours to clear out and return to normal. Ram wise I know I only have 4GB and I do plan on upping this to 8GB but from what I was seeing in the UI I didn't think I was actually hitting on the RAM limit just yet with what was running. I've included my diagnostics below if that helps. tower-diagnostics-20181110-0041.zip
  5. I'm trying to get to the bottom of an issue where unraid seems to get stuck at 100% CPU usage semi-regularly. What's odd is that the unraid main screen shows 100% CPU usage across all cores while the Dynamix System Stats plugin only seems to show 50% usage. Opening a terminal and running top shows that the CPU usage seems to be coming from 3 main processes: kswapd0, unraidd & loop2. What are the kswapd0 and loop2 processes? Should they be using this much CPU? Can they be safely killed/restarted?