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  1. This was the problem for me. I've tried to fetch the keyfile from an FTP server by using spaceinvaderone's video, but couldn't get it to work, but never bothered to remove the code in the 'go' file. Removed it and it worked like a charm!
  2. Same here, still no luck with the passphrase. Need me to PM it as well? Edit: keyfile doesn't work either. (also didn't work for me in in 6.8.0) I can't rule out that I'm doing that wrong, though, since it seems to work for everybody else.
  3. There is just the text, no spaces, tabs or anything. The length is 10 characters.
  4. I'm having the same issue after the update to 6.8.0. I tried copying my passphase to a text file and use it, but to no avail. (It is just a .txt file with the passphrase, no clue if this is how it is supposed to be done) The passphrase contains a '!' in it as the only special character, the rest is just lower case and caps. I'm pretty sure that, like the others, if I downgrade I can get in again, but in 6.8.0, there seems to be no way in.
  5. I am indeed using Samsung SSDs as cache drives (2x 250GB 860 EVO). I assume there is no need to paste the diagnostics zip anymore, since there is no software fix? If I were to look for a SAS controller for my setup, are there some things I need to look for, compatibility wise? I currently have a 12 drive license, so with the 6 ports on my mobo, a 2 port SAS card (=8 SATA with 'special' cable, right?)should suffice for now.
  6. Sorry for upping this older topic, but since my problems are exactly the same, I thought it was a waste to make another topic about this. I recently swapped my unraid server's mobo/ram/cpu with my desktop hardware, and the CRC errors began. It used to run fine for months on a Ryzen 1600 cpu with a X370 mobo. Now that I switched it to an AMD 8320 on a AM3+ (Gigabyte 990FXA UD3 R5) mobo with 16GB RAM, it gives constand CRC errors. I've tried to change SATA cables with brand new ones, changed the cables from the PSU, put the SSDs in different connectors on the mobo, but nothing worked. Is there any BIOS setting or unraid config I can do to fix this, or is there no known fix as of now? I don't have the money at the moment to get a decent SAS controller for all my drives (would need one capable of running 12 drives, for future expansion), so that would be a no go for now. Does anyone have any ideas how to fix this?
  7. Thanks for the replies. To my understanding, both Airsonic and Libresonic have the same principle as Plex, but with some supported players. Unfortunately JetAudio Plus isn't one of them (yet). That is an option I have looked at as well. The issue that I have is that I already have a VPN running (Nord), and combining 2 VPNs doesn't seem to be the most stable. It is a last resort option to turn one off and enable another. Unfortunately I'd like to reduce my use of Google services to a minimum. I'd like to do on my own server what the Google servers do instead. It doesn't have to be high tech at all, a simple filemanager type interface is enough for me. The VPN suggestion will accomplish that, but as stated above, I'd like to keep that as a last resort, because of the other VPN issue.
  8. Currently I have my music on my PC and on my phone, and it's annoying, since there is no synchronization and it takes up a ton of space (I've backed up my CDs in FLAC format, so it's huge), so over time some songs are only on my phone or on my PC. To simplify it all I thought it would be a good idea to put it all in one place; my unraid server. I've put all my music on my server, and have no problems with it on my home network. When I'm not at home, I don't have a way to access my library. Preferably I would like to just be able to access the folder structure (just to keep it simple) and be able to play (stream) it on my player of choice (jetAudio Plus), with playlists etc. on my android phone. Plex makes it way more complicated to find what I want to listen to than needed, unless I spend hours setting it up properly and I can only play that in the Plex app. I do like the possibility of being able to transcode, although I don't know if that is needed for music. (I have 3Mb/sec upstream) I have Nextcloud set up, but I don't know if that can do what I'd like it to do. And for that to be easy, It would need to be a duplicate of another folder, I think, Taking up double the space on my server. Is there a docker/plugin that does this, or do I need to somehow make a specific share available online? Besides being possible, it obviously needs to be secure as well. Is anyone currently running something like this and can help me in the right direction?