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  1. rikdegraaff

    5 parity errors

    Thanks for the information, because I am really a beginner with unRAID and other Linux based os'ses. The speed and accuracy of the support forums is since I am been a member, is perfect!
  2. rikdegraaff

    5 parity errors

    Sorry for the bump/doublepost but is it needed to check the box Write corrections to parity? It is by default turned on, but my logic says uncheck it, if a HDD-data is corrupt, it writes the corrupted data to use as parity numbers. Please let me be wrong...😫
  3. rikdegraaff

    5 parity errors

    Okay, I'll start a parity sync right away. And I will do some more after this one. So I hope it stays on 0, if not, I shall post my diagnostics here. Thanks for the advice!
  4. rikdegraaff

    5 parity errors

    Okay, I will see hopefully that number on the next parity-sync, scheduled at the first of march 2019...
  5. rikdegraaff

    5 parity errors

    I rebooted first, as you said. I've scheduled my parity-check every first day of the month, so what should give the next parity-check number of errors? Because my unRAID server is on-line 24/7... (and the SAS2LP isn't being removed...)
  6. rikdegraaff

    5 parity errors

    Well @johnnie.black, the parity check gave 0 errors as return... I hope that it will stay so. But what is the HBA, and what is a LSI??
  7. rikdegraaff

    5 parity errors

    Okay, thanks for the help. I've rebooted my server, and I'm now running a parity-check. I'll keep you'll updated, parity-checks costs around 9 hrs, so that will be tomorrow morning (CET). Greetz.
  8. rikdegraaff

    5 parity errors

    Hello Everyone, After a time of 0 erros the last 2 months, my unRAID array gives my at the parity check 5 errors. I cannot find where it came from. It suddenly appeared. The only thing is that my parity disk broke down, but I replaced it safely and by the manual, so it showing up as an error. Hereby the syslog. If you need more info about my system i.e., I would like to hear that. tower-diagnostics-20190207-1328.zip
  9. rikdegraaff

    [Support] binhex - rTorrentVPN

    I now got it completely working. Thanks for all the help guys!!
  10. rikdegraaff

    [Support] binhex - SABnzbdVPN

    I understand it now. /data is "mounted" in the settings to "/mnt/disk7/Usenet DL". Got it now and it works!!!! Thank you Stanley!!
  11. rikdegraaff

    [Support] binhex - rTorrentVPN

    Okay, thanks Ruthalas. Now I ve got a bigger problem. I get when I try to open the rtorrent/rutorrent page the error"Unable to connect". My LAN is on 192.168.2.x This are my settings of the app:
  12. rikdegraaff

    [Support] binhex - SABnzbdVPN

    Thank you Stanley for your reply. I have now altered the /data path to /mnt/disk7/Usenet DL. And now it comes in /mnt/disk1/docker/appdata/binhex-sabnzbdvpn/\mnt\disk7\Usenet DL\incomplete. I want it to download in disk7/Usenet DL. How do I do that? I get this by searching for a folder.
  13. rikdegraaff

    [Support] binhex - rTorrentVPN

    I just installed this app on my docker. But now the WebUI is asking for a user/pass. I didn't have to set one, so is there a standard one. Sorry but I'm not very experienced with docker....
  14. rikdegraaff

    [Support] binhex - SABnzbdVPN

    I just started with docker and have a question. How can I set my DL folder to /mnt/disk7/UsenetDL? I don't see it in SABnzbd > Config > Folders... Because I am now downloading to /config/mnt/disk7/Usenet DL/{Nzb name} And I get this error: "download_dir directory: /mnt error accessing" Sorry but I am not experienced with docker...
  15. rikdegraaff

    Disk error

    I have the physical space and enough SATA ports to add another 3 drives, and maybe more. Here at my place the price per GB is at 6TB disks €0.028 for WD Blue, and per GB at 8TB disks €0.029 for WD Red... So it is indeed a very close call. But with 2x a 6TB disk is +- €340 and 2x 8TB is +- €450. So that's a huge difference for me, as it difference 110 euros for 2 disks.