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  1. I'm not Josh.5 but easy enough. Go in to your appdata folder for unmanic and in the config folder delete the .db file. You can delete all the files in the log folder too. Restart unmanic and Bob's your uncle!
  2. That's what fixed the same problem for me so you'll have to find another tool to convert them for the time being, as far as I know. I've been playing with Handbrake but it's nowhere near as easy.
  3. Have you tried the Remove Subtitles option under Container?
  4. So the tool as above, MKVToolNix (for windows so I hope that works for you). What I'm referring to is a line like this Stream #0:3: Video: mjpeg, yuvj420p(pc, bt470bg/unknown/unknown), 151x227 [SAR 96:96 DAR 151:227], 90k tbr, 90k tbn, 90k tbc (attached pic) and yes, says "attached pic" at the end. Open MKVToolNix and go to the Header Editor. You can then drag and drop whatever movie/video it is you have giving errors, and remove any attachments you see in the header editor. It's fairly easy to do. Then save the file and unmanic should pick it up and try again. As for converting audio, I opted to just copy the audio streams over with no transcoding to leave them at the quality they are from the original, so I am of no help there.
  5. So I've been having issues with converting files containing MJPEG streams. I didn't read this entire thread but did a quick search and couldn't see this anywhere, apologies if I'm repeating. These files fail due to attachments within the MKV file itself, usually cover images, etc. I used MKVToolNix to edit the headers and remove the attachments, the files then converted no problem. It's an extra, painful step but it works for those that want everything converted. I only have 133 files to go through....
  6. I have checked and cleaned all the fans. There was one somewhat noisy and slow fan so I removed it completely. I am leaning toward hardware too, just seems strange the previous OS (Ubuntu Server) ran with no issues, exact same hardware. The only difference would be the flash drive but I've tried multiple drives with unRAID.
  7. So I cleaned the CPU and heatsink, new thermal compound. Runs fine but as soon as I start a copy to the server it power's down. It's also back at my buddy's place so different power entirely. I'm really at a loss...
  8. Good suggestions here, I pulled the CPU heatsink, might need a bit more paste. I'll clean it all off, reapply, test and report back. The case is dust free and airflow is good with 2x 120mm fans on top, and I think a 60mm in the back. Plus fans in the front for the drives.
  9. Yup with and without. The UPS is actually mine and the readouts appear normal. I use it for my own equipment. The server is at my house now, so we are thinking to move it back to his and try it there.
  10. Sorry, yes. Forgot to mention it's on a CyberPower 1500AVR UPS.
  11. Hello all, I am very new to unRAID but not necessarily new to computers and servers. I am in the process of converting my buddy's Ubuntu Server over to unRAID. The server boots, created the array, tried installing/using dockers and plugins, everything runs great. Love unRAID. I have yet to purchase a licence (19 days to go) because I am having a hell of a time with this thing and hard power downs. Literally powers off like it was unplugged, no errors, nothing on the terminal (I recorded a video), Fix Common Problems Troubleshooting mode doesn't record errors, even tried a syslog tail. Nothing. Thus far, I've found this ONLY happens when copying large files to the server, in this case, large media files. The server can run full parity checks/corrections with no problem and will run for days if left alone. All things point to hardware but I wanted some opinions or other ideas before digging in to what's left (ie: MoBo and CPU). Here is the server and my process thus far: Components: - Motherboard: Supermicro C7SIM-Q - CPU: Intel Core i5 CPU 750 @ 2.67GHz - RAM: 4x G.Skill RipjawsX F3-12800CL9-4GBXL (16GB total) - SATA HBA: * Supermicro AOC-SAS2LP-MV8 * (I understand the implications of this but hear me out) - Parity Drive: 1x WD Green 3TB - Array HDDs: 1x WD Red 3TB, 3x WD Green 2TB - SSDs: 1x ADATA SP550 120GB (cache) - Flash: Sandisk Cruzer Fit 16GB (boot) - Video card: NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GT/GTO - PSU: Seasonic X Series fanless Secondary Components tried: - RAM 2: 2x Crucial 8GB DDR3L-1600 UDIMM (CT102464BD160B) - PSU 2: Antec EA-750 750w Combinations of hardware tested (no specific order and multiple combinations): - No video card - 8GB RAM - No SATA HBA card (SDD/HDDs direct to MoBo) - No cache drive - Updated BIOS to newest - Updated SATA HBA firmware to newest - Different PSU (see PSU 2) - Disconnect cache drive entirely - Flash drive in new port - Different RAM (see RAM 2) - New array with RED drive as parity Tests and different settings: - Memtest86 for 6+ passes (24hrs), no errors on RAM 1 - Virtualization enabled/disabled - C states enabled/disabled - BIOS to defaults This has been an ongoing process for over a week. Diags attached. Appreciate ANY ideas/thoughts/comments/snide remarks. lyserver-diagnostics-20190109-1716.zip