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  1. Not to my knowledge in this case. Anything done at the CLI with unRAID config will only be temporary anyway as the OS and config are loaded into RAM at boot. Any config changes not written to the flash drive will be lost on reboot. Changes made to the config through the GUI are written to the flash drive and become "permament" until changed again through the GUI. Other changes not specifically related to unRAID config that you wish to be permanent are usually placed in the go file so they survive a reboot.
  2. Do you have a recent backup of the flash drive made before the changes? If so, copy the network.cfg file from the backup to the config folder on the flash drive.
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    Updated to 6.6.2. All shares gone.

    @markswam Also, if you have the Network Stats plugin installed, uninstall it and install the latest version. It was causing some share-related issues as well and has been updated by the author.
  4. Hoopster

    Updated to 6.6.2. All shares gone.

    Because after a reboot, everything is generally fine for a few minutes or hours. With any 6.6.x version, if you have NFS access enabled, shares will eventually disappear when FUSE crashes and takes /mnt/user with it. It's hard to say if this happens on *every* 6.6.x system with NFS enabled, but, those who have reported the problem have all had NFS enabled on a 6.6.x system.
  5. Hoopster

    Updated to 6.6.2. All shares gone.

    There are a few extra files that now need to be copied. If the last version you had installed prior to upgrading to a 6.6.x version was 6.5.3, you can roll back to 6.5.3 from the GUI via Tools>Update OS>Restore. If 6.5.3 was not your previous version, you can download it from unraid.net and copy over all of the following files (this is what is stored in the "previous" folder on the flash) The most important are the bz* files:
  6. Hoopster

    Updated to 6.6.2. All shares gone.

    This only seems to affect users who have NFS access to shares enabled (as you do according to your diagnostics). I have only SMB access to shares and have never experienced the problem in any 6.6.x version. I am currently running 6.6.2 on both servers. It doesn't matter if you also have AFP or SMB, the problem is NFS. It kills /mnt/user and so no shares are visible to AFP or SMB either. The only permanent solution (until there is a kernel fix for this) at this time is to roll back to unRAID 6.5.3
  7. Well, you have already written it with your advice to me and xman. Just take several of your posts in this thread, put it in book form with a few pictures of kittens, babies and dancing bears (to appeal to the non-technical crowd) and it will be an Internet sensation! 😀
  8. Hoopster

    Thinking about the E-2186G....

    No info on anticipated availability that I can find. You can order the E-2176G from Provantage (shows out of stock) and at least lock in the $334 price [$340 with shipping]) That's by far the lowest price I have seen of the three or four sites that have a product page and price for the CPU even though it is not yet in stock. The others are all around $400.
  9. Hoopster

    Thinking about the E-2186G....

    That's the way I read it as well. Here is another option, the ASRock Rack C236M WS: http://www.asrockrack.com/general/productdetail.asp?Model=C246M WS#Specifications It is a micro ATX board, not full ATX. If a PCIe NVME SSD is used in the M.2, you still get 8 SATA ports, but, you lose the PCIe x4 slot leaving you with one x16 or two x8. I think that between that and the Supermicro, I would probably go with the Supermicro for IPMI unless I needed the smaller board for a smaller case. Asus also has a micro ATX version of the WS C246 Pro (the WS C246M Pro).
  10. Hoopster

    Thinking about the E-2186G....

    I just downloaded it: https://www.asus.com/us/Commercial-Servers-Workstations/WS-C246-PRO/HelpDesk_Manual/ If I read it correctly, one of the M.2 slots is shared with a SATA port (so 7 SATA, + one M.2 plus other M.2 seems to be the max storage). If the PCIe x4 slot is used it is shared with SATA port(s) as well.
  11. Hoopster

    Thinking about the E-2186G....

    What about the Asus WS C246 Pro? https://www.asus.com/us/Commercial-Servers-Workstations/WS-C246-PRO/ It takes the Xeon E-2176G, supports ECC RAM and has a lot of expansion options. I am not sure how the M.2 slots work in in conjunction with PCIE slots, etc. But I am sure you could research that. The only thing missing that I would like is IPMI, but. my current main server does not have that either.
  12. Hoopster

    Unraid OS version 6.6.2 available

    That worked. I get a functional Java viewer with full control and the server login prompt on screen. The problem I reported only happens if I have the java viewer open during the boot process. At some point, it throws a bunch of info related to the hard drives up in the window and just ceases functioning. After the server is booted, if I close the Jviewer and open it again as you mentioned above, all is well.
  13. Hoopster

    Unraid OS version 6.6.2 available

    Not to my knowledge. They barely updated their crappy Java Viewer last year to be compatible with recent versions of Java.
  14. Hoopster

    Unraid OS version 6.6.2 available

    Updated two servers to 6.6.2 from 6.6.1 Updates went well and I can get to GUI on both servers; however, on the server with IPMI provided by an ASpeed AST 2300, the Java viewer (Jviewer) for IPMI freezes and becomes useless even though the server appears to be running fine. I will try to record and post a video of what happens. I assume it is related to this: blacklist DRM_AST Aspeed video driver Or perhaps this: xf86-video-ast: version 1.1.5 [revert] 
  15. Are you setting up your unRAID server as a NAS device? I have the same app and just connected to my server via OpenVPN as I am away from home. The FE app works well. I recall I had to set up the server as a NAS and not just a Linux machine. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk