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  1. @ConnerVT Thanks for posting that link. I too am looking to add a 2.5 and I was going to try the TRENDnet TEG-25GECTX which has the Realtek 8125 chipset, until I read this thread. Given the IO CREST with intel chip is plug and play with unraid, no brainer. Thanks again!
  2. The nzbToMedia script is no longer running and I have already confirmed I still have the latest version. I have not changed anything. @binhex Has something changed with this docker?
  3. After updating the script and installing the latest version of your docker, the script is now working again, thank you! For referrence, this is what they had me do: do a git pull from within the Docker terminal. Once you are connected via terminal (as the appropriate user) try the following commands to do a git pull (and clean etc) cd /nzbToMedia git reset --hard git pull git clean -i The last step to clean didn't work. I'm waiting for a reply to find out why
  4. thank you sir! I submitted a ticket as suggested.
  5. @binhex Any update on fixing this? I'm still on 4.0.1-1-01, which is working fine.
  6. @binhex Since the last update, my nzbtomedia stuff is broken and I'm getting the below errors from the sabnzbd gui when the script tries to run. I'm going to rollback. Which version should I rollback to? Traceback (most recent call last): File "/nzbToMedia/nzbToSickBeard.py", line 275, in <module> import nzbToMedia File "/nzbToMedia/nzbToMedia.py", line 732, in <module> eol.check() File "/nzbToMedia/eol.py", line 101, in check warn_for_status(version, grace_period) File "/nzbToMedia/eol.py", line 142, in warn_for_status days_left = lifetime(version) ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ File "/nzbToMedia/eol.py", line 72, in lifetime time_left = PYTHON_EOL[(major, minor)] - now ~~~~~~~~~~^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ KeyError: (3, 11) any ideas on what is causing this? I've no issues with this script for years, so something has changed. Thanks! Update: rolled back to 4.0.2-1-02, same errors: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/nzbToMedia/nzbToSickBeard.py", line 275, in <module> import nzbToMedia File "/nzbToMedia/nzbToMedia.py", line 732, in <module> eol.check() File "/nzbToMedia/eol.py", line 101, in check warn_for_status(version, grace_period) File "/nzbToMedia/eol.py", line 142, in warn_for_status days_left = lifetime(version) ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ File "/nzbToMedia/eol.py", line 72, in lifetime time_left = PYTHON_EOL[(major, minor)] - now ~~~~~~~~~~^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ KeyError: (3, 11) Going to try 4.0.1-1-01 Update: rolling back to .0.1-1-01 resolved the issue, no more errors. Will stay on this version until fixed
  7. upgraded from 6.11.1 to 6.11.4 without any issues
  8. Mine hasn't done it for about 2 weeks, not sure why and I thinking it will return. I never did get a response to the post
  9. @binhex I'm still seeing these errors. Any ideas? Even though I get the errors, everything seems to still be working.
  10. You most likely already tried these suggestions, but did you run a file check / or reformat your usb drive, or even trying another usb drive? Did you try booting into SAFE mode? If SAFE mode works, grab the diag file. Maybe search through the logs. Did you check to see if asrock has a bios update for your mb? Try turning off all dockers and VM's before upgrading. Did you run the Fix Common and Upgrade assistant checks? This issue comes up from time to time for some people. Let us know what the solution was once you sort it out.
  11. Uninstalled nerdpack and upgraded from 10.6.3 to 6.11.1, no issues.
  12. @binhex I am getting the following errors in SABnzbd: ERROR 16 hours ago [06/Oct/2022:18:24:30] ENGINE Error in HTTPServer.serve Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/sabnzbd/venv/lib/python3.10/site-packages/cheroot/server.py", line 1823, in serve self._connections.run(self.expiration_interval) File "/usr/lib/sabnzbd/venv/lib/python3.10/site-packages/cheroot/connections.py", line 203, in run self._run(expiration_interval) File "/usr/lib/sabnzbd/venv/lib/python3.10/site-packages/cheroot/connections.py", line 246, in _run new_conn = self._from_server_socket(self.server.socket) File "/usr/lib/sabnzbd/venv/lib/python3.10/site-packages/cheroot/connections.py", line 300, in _from_server_socket s, ssl_env = self.server.ssl_adapter.wrap(s) File "/usr/lib/sabnzbd/venv/lib/python3.10/site-packages/cheroot/ssl/builtin.py", line 331, in wrap return s, self.get_environ(s) File "/usr/lib/sabnzbd/venv/lib/python3.10/site-packages/cheroot/ssl/builtin.py", line 339, in get_environ 'SSL_PROTOCOL': cipher[1], TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not subscriptable Any ideas?
  13. For those using v2022.02.20-01, you can now upgrade to the latest version. The gui issue was fixed.
  14. I would replace the hard drive and then upgrade.
  15. @binhex I hope you are doing well. How will we know when the UI issue is fixed? I have my docker set to specifically get v2022.02.20-01 and I'm waiting to change the config to "latest". On another note regarding all of your popular docker apps, I was just reading that upgrading to 6.11 requires the removal of Nerdpack. Some plugins are now part of unraid, but others have to be manually installed if they are still required. One of the dockers I installed (maybe more) included instructions to install NP to add perl, unrar, Python, etc. I don't recall if it was any of yours. Does any of your dockers need any of these apps? If not, I'm going to uninstall the above and NP and upgrade to 6.11. If they are still needed, I'll have to dl and install manually now before upgrading to 6.11. Thanks!