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  1. are you using the cmd: btrfs subvol delete /mnt/user/TimeMachine/xxx ?
  2. I like how easy unraid is to setup a VM I would see multi-array support, better with actual raid 1/10 support
  3. my log also full of similar logs, in kodi, when you click a movie trying to play it, sometimes it says the file is not there, but sometimes it will work for the same movie, on such issue on 6.72, it would be better to upgrade NFS to supoort V3 Dec 27 17:33:18 Tower rpcbind[10637]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to getport/addr(nfs) Dec 27 18:26:20 Tower rpcbind[3941]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to dump() Dec 27 18:26:20 Tower rpcbind[3942]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to getport/addr(mountd) Dec 27 18:26:27 Tower rpcbind[4226]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to dump() Dec 27 18:26:27 Tower rpcbind[4227]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to getport/addr(mountd) Dec 27 18:26:31 Tower rpcbind[4387]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to dump() Dec 27 18:26:31 Tower rpcbind[4388]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to getport/addr(mountd) Dec 27 18:26:36 Tower rpcbind[4549]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to dump() Dec 27 18:26:36 Tower rpcbind[4550]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to getport/addr(mountd) Dec 27 18:26:37 Tower rpcbind[4590]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to dump() Dec 27 18:26:37 Tower rpcbind[4591]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to getport/addr(mountd) Dec 27 18:26:38 Tower rpcbind[4592]: connect from 192.168.2.21 to getport/addr(mountd) Dec 27 18:26:38 Tower rpc.mountd[5447]: authenticated mount request from 192.168.2.21:668 for /mnt/user/media
  4. actully I have the same issue, and it should be the same on as reported below
  5. 6.8 use 4.19 kernel, please wait 6.9 RC1 which will use 5.4 kernel
  6. +1, I also request to add NFS v4 support in unraid
  7. I think I just wait for the 5.9-rc1, I'm on ryzen, I need 5.4 kernel to test ECC
  8. RC8 ha revert kernel back to 4.19, so it might be the issue
  9. to be honest, I don't think it is unraid issue, my best guess is it is the docker issue with how the docker manage the network, it is better to report to docker team
  10. then I might have different problem, I will grab the log when I upgrade my unraid next time
  11. I read in other post that 6.9 RC1 will use 5.4
  12. I remember I have the same issue after I poweroff and restart the sever, first time boot, all IP address is not set, then I reboot the server, this time system will have a IP of 169.x.x.x, reboot again, now system will get the correct IP I thought I was the only one have this issue since I never see anyone report similar issue, would you please try to reboot to see if you can duplicate my issue
  13. thanks, should the 5.4 kernel will be release in 2 days?
  14. sorry, I have no GPU on the sever yet