onyx00

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  1. Regarding the instructions to use v3 of Sonarr, I believe I followed Binhex's instructions on Github but when I start the Sonarr container I receive an error (full log here): Am I missing something or is there something else wrong in Unraid/Docker that would explain why I am seeing this?
  2. Yeah good point...no sense rolling the dice. Thx!
  3. During a recent parity check I received a notification about a SMART error on one of the disks (below). I observed no other issues (read/write errors, etc.) and the parity check completed successfully without any errors or corrections. Despite being ~8 years old the drive itself is fine according to SMART, with no reallocated sectors or pending, etc., and a subsequent parity did not trigger this error again (although I did move all data off the disk just in case so not sure if that is why...). I searched the forums and seems this error is less of a concern unless I am observing other issues
  4. Running Unraid 6.8.3 I was receiving "database locked" SQLite exceptions whenever Sonarr or Radarr tried to import a completed download. I tried numerous things from ensuring the dockers were only on a cache drive, to checking my paths, etc. I believe I finally found the issue after stumbling on this thread for pre-release testing: SQLITE DATA CORRUPTION TESTING. Following the advice in this thread I changed Settings/Disk Settings/'Tunable (scheduler)' to 'none'. Since I had taken the array down I also took the opportunity to re-format my cache drive to XFS. Everything seems
  5. No help on this? I've tried blowing away my entire docker/appdata, confirmed docker puts everything on the cache drive, and followed Space Invader's youtube videos exactly...same issues. Any other ideas short of starting from scratch on my unraid configuration?
  6. Hi all, seeing "database is locked" errors in SQLite for Sonarr on downloads. Sometimes Sonarr imports fine, sometimes I get the error and while the file is moved, Sonarr never recognizes this because of the database locked error. While attempting to resolve this I have confirmed/tried a few things: Check all my paths between SAB and Sonarr (both have exactly the same path set in docker, i.e., /data -> /mnt/cache/Downloads/) Ensured all docker containers /config maps to /mnt/cache/appdata Looked at permissions for my /mnt/cache/Downloads files and folders, which were a
  7. Hi, running on an old Sempron CPU and in need of an upgrade. I've looked through threads but trying to see if there are any general recommendations for hardware? I don't have a specific budget but have basic needs - a few dockers, only ~15TB of storage across five drives. VMs with hardware pass-through would be great if it doesn't create complexity. Are there any guides / recommendations out there for hardware? I would love to have something I can just go pull the trigger on and be done.
  8. (nevermind - was able to figure it out - please delete)
  9. Have searched, read, etc. which has helped me narrow down choices. Wanted to bounce my thinking off folks and hear some guidance. My goal is to consolidate HW to a single chassis (currently have unraid w/ Sempron 145 and separate Phenom 2 X4 955 w/ Win10 + Win10 VM) that supports my needs. Overall I think my general needs are: + 1-2 Win10 VMs for general browsing and other tasks but no gaming (but would like HW pass-through to future proof) + Support 1-2 other VMs at times (Linux, etc.) but low usage + Some basic dockers (e.g., Deluge+VPN) I was thinking a Xeon E3-
  10. Hi, having repeated problems creating a directory in a specific directory on a user share, and while trying to solve this I also noticed that even though my user shares are all set to public, I need to login in to access them from my Windows machine. I've attached a diagnostic file and a screenshot of the directory I'm having issues with. Questions I have are: 1a.) Why did new perms script not fix this directory? 1b.) Is there some command I can run on all my drives to fix issues such as this? 2.) Is it intended that even set to public I need to log in to access my shares from a window
  11. Sorry all, got this resolved. I ended up cross-posting (I know, but I was desperate for help) in the 5.0 rc forum, and listed all the things I tried. http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=27145.msg238140#msg238140 The issue seemed to just resolve itself over night. Not sure how or why (no reboots of any PCs, or any other special steps). I was going to keep an eye on it just to see if the issue crops up again.
  12. Thanks for the reply - so after all of that, now randomly it started working (no reboot of either system). I'll just keep an eye on it I guess. Maybe write a quick script to run on my Windows 7 machine to testing creating, modifying, and deleting a file from the shares and run that a few times a day just to see if the issue crops up again. So odd...
  13. Upgraded to Unraid 5.0 rc12b from 4.7 and followed the migration guide. All went fine per the guide and I ran the new permissions utility. Today, I noticed I could not delete files. From my Windows 7 machine I try to delete and get: "You need permission to perform this action." Next line reads: "You require permission from TOWER\nobody to make changes to this file" Things I know or have tried: - Have run New Permissions script 10+ times - My user shares are set to Public - I checked that I had no stored credentials in my Windows 7 machine. - I also rebooted my Windows
  14. As I mentioned in my original post, there are no saved credentials...please see above for all the things I have already checked/done. This whole unRaid 5.0 thing is turning in to a nightmare. This should be a simple thing - a share set as public shouldn't behave like it has some kind of permissions on it. Or am I mis-understanding things?
  15. Upgraded to Unraid 5.0 rc12b from 4.7 and followed the migration guide. All went fine per the guide and I ran the new permissions utility. Today, I noticed I could not delete files. From my Windows 7 machine I try to delete and get: "You need permission to perform this action." Next line reads: "You require permission from TOWER\nobody to make changes to this file" My user shares are set to Public, and I checked that I had no stored credentials in my Windows 7 machine. I also rebooted my Windows 7 machine as well as Unraid, but this did not help at all. Does someone have any
  16. Form the above I got the impression that continuously writing to the boot flash drive was not a good idea as you will wear out the device. Not that flash drives are expensive, but you don't really want to purposely degrade the flash device you are booting with. I was going to try doing this with a second USB flash drive by mounting it and redirecting syslog as you and others described above. I was also going to try getting my Tomato-based router to write its logs to that same flash drive/share. I'll check back in once I finish trying to set this up.
  17. Sorry if this is the wrong place to post (please let me know if there is a better place). I'm having issues installing the vim package in unMenu 1.5. I installed "C" compiler & development tools and set it to re-install on reboot. I also then rebooted. I installed the vim package following this, and I get a message on package install saying "Installed, but version is different. Current version=' ' expected '7.2' ." I try to run vim from the command line but get the following error: "vim: /lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.11' not found (required by vim)" Any ideas? I trie
  18. Good deal, thanks all - I may try the booting in to unRAID on a spare PC and then running the preclear that way.
  19. Cool revco, no problem - I want to do it right, so I'll just bite the bullet and wait. Thanks for the fast reply!
  20. I'm trying to expedite my setup a bit, and with parts on order from NewEgg, I've got two WD Black 1TB drives I'd like to try and "preclear" without having my unRAID box yet. I plan to run the two WD 1TB Black drives initially (one as parity, the other as data), and eventually add another same drive that I would go and add. Could I use something like a boot CD with Parted Magic (Linux disk utility package) to do an Internal Secure Erase on the drives? If I recall these drives support enhanced internal secure erasure, and it will write 0's to all of the sectors. Is there any disadvan