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  1. Yep that was it. The dropdown for mainboard temp was set to Not Used. This still seems like a bug as the default for not used should not insert something else that makes little sense.
  2. Apologies, I didn't recall that this was part of a plugin.
  3. See the attached screenshot. My Dashboard is showing fan speed instead of motherboard temp.
  4. See the attached screenshot. My Dashboard is showing fan speed instead of motherboard temp.
  5. I just had my first ever instance of sabnzbd corruption today. My appdata is /mnt/user/appdata/sabnzbd and my data disks are all formatted as xfs. 2019-07-24 12:20:52,064::ERROR::[database:142] Damaged History database, created empty replacement 2019-07-24 12:22:12,507::ERROR::[database:142] Damaged History database, created empty replacement 2019-07-24 12:23:17,987::ERROR::[database:142] Damaged History database, created empty replacement 2019-07-24 13:00:17,803::ERROR::[database:142] Damaged History database, created empty replacement 2019-07-24 13:00:17,823::ERROR::[database:142] Damaged History database, created empty replacement 2019-07-24 13:00:18,162::ERROR::[database:154] SQL Command Failed, see log
  6. I have now had two Plex database corruptions in the last 30min with the second one being somewhat intentional. I am starting with a fairly new Plex appdata directory as my previous database backups became corrupted so I chose to start over fresh. Today I downloaded a new media file and copied it to /mnt/user/movies and shortly thereafter tried to play the new media file and which failed and I found database corruption. So I restored to my most recent backup and tried adding another new media file. This media file was automatically discovered by Plex during the copy process to /mnt/user/movies. No corruption occurred until I refreshed the Plex On Deck page which started to show the new media file and at this point I see corrupt database error messages in the Plex logs. My appdata share only resides on disk2. I do have a cache disk and have confirmed that no appdata directory is present on the cache drive. My Plex docker container is configured to use /mnt/disk2/appdata/plex. My system is still running 6.7.0. Edited to add, all non-cache disks are formatted XFS
  7. Excellent, thanks for the quick update!
  8. Just curious if this update is coming soon for the Docker container? I see you added the 2.7.0.28 deb file to the github project, but the Dockerfile still references 2.6.0.31.
  9. Any chance you could add the least amount of mysql packaging needed to dump databases?
  10. Version is 6.1.9. I found that setting the users homedir path to "/mnt/disk#/$user" screen now works where the original path "/mnt/user/$user" does not.
  11. I should have added that I tried that originally as well. And just tried it again with the same results. steve@Tower:~$ pwd /mnt/user/steve steve@Tower:~$ rmdir .screen steve@Tower:~$ screen bind (/mnt/user/steve/.screen/9324.pts-0.Tower): Function not implemented steve@Tower:~$ ls -la | grep .screen drwx------ 1 steve users 6 Mar 17 13:36 .screen and just for fun: steve@Tower:~$ chmod 755 .screen steve@Tower:~$ screen Directory /mnt/user/steve/.screen must have mode 700. steve@Tower:~$ chmod 700 .screen steve@Tower:~$ screen bind (/mnt/user/steve/.screen/9748.pts-0.Tower): Function not implemented
  12. Hello, I am getting the following error when trying to use screen as a non-root user: steve@Tower:~$ screen bind (/mnt/user/steve/.screen/9390.pts-1.Tower): Function not implemented However using screen as root works just fine. Any thoughts on how to fix this? I have tried removing and reinstalling the screen package as well as the whole plugin. Thanks!