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  1. Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: e1000e 0000:00:19.0 eth0: Detected Hardware Unit Hang: Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: TDH <2d> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: TDT <44> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: next_to_use <44> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: next_to_clean <2c> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: buffer_info[next_to_clean]: Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: time_stamp <13a8c3651> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: next_to_watch <2d> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: jiffies <13a8c3f00> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: next_to_watch.status <0> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: MAC Status <80083> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: PHY Status <796d> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: PHY 1000BASE-T Status <3800> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: PHY Extended Status <3000> Apr 21 23:14:44 Tigger kernel: PCI Status <10> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: e1000e 0000:00:19.0 eth0: Detected Hardware Unit Hang: Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: TDH <2d> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: TDT <44> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: next_to_use <44> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: next_to_clean <2c> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: buffer_info[next_to_clean]: Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: time_stamp <13a8c3651> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: next_to_watch <2d> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: jiffies <13a8c46c0> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: next_to_watch.status <0> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: MAC Status <80083> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: PHY Status <796d> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: PHY 1000BASE-T Status <3800> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: PHY Extended Status <3000> Apr 21 23:14:46 Tigger kernel: PCI Status <10> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: e1000e 0000:00:19.0 eth0: Detected Hardware Unit Hang: Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: TDH <2d> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: TDT <44> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: next_to_use <44> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: next_to_clean <2c> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: buffer_info[next_to_clean]: Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: time_stamp <13a8c3651> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: next_to_watch <2d> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: jiffies <13a8c4ec0> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: next_to_watch.status <0> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: MAC Status <80083> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: PHY Status <796d> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: PHY 1000BASE-T Status <3800> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: PHY Extended Status <3000> Apr 21 23:14:48 Tigger kernel: PCI Status <10> Apr 21 23:14:49 Tigger kernel: e1000e 0000:00:19.0 eth0: Reset adapter unexpectedly Apr 21 23:14:50 Tigger kernel: bond0: (slave eth0): link status definitely down, disabling slave Apr 21 23:14:50 Tigger kernel: device eth0 left promiscuous mode Apr 21 23:14:50 Tigger kernel: bond0: now running without any active interface! Apr 21 23:14:50 Tigger kernel: br0: port 1(bond0) entered disabled state Apr 21 23:14:53 Tigger kernel: e1000e 0000:00:19.0 eth0: NIC Link is Up 1000 Mbps Full Duplex, Flow Control: None Apr 21 23:14:53 Tigger kernel: bond0: (slave eth0): link status definitely up, 1000 Mbps full duplex Apr 21 23:14:53 Tigger kernel: bond0: (slave eth0): making interface the new active one Apr 21 23:14:53 Tigger kernel: device eth0 entered promiscuous mode Apr 21 23:14:53 Tigger kernel: bond0: active interface up! Apr 21 23:14:53 Tigger kernel: br0: port 1(bond0) entered blocking state Apr 21 23:14:53 Tigger kernel: br0: port 1(bond0) entered forwarding state Started having this problem recently. Not physically at the machine right now, but does this look like a faulty card, bad port on the switch, or a bad cable? Or, something else software related. Machine is basically a glorified file cabinet, running a single Windows 7 x64 VM for SageTV (haven't gotten the docker to work to my liking, and i'm under a time crunch with a failing physical SageTV server and a 4/25 "hard" cut over date for Cablevision switching to encrypted.) Everything seemed to be working fine until a couple days ago, when while I was remoted into the VM (anydesk) I kept and keep getting disconnected. Finally tried to watch the log, only to discover /var/log was full. I caught the above after the most recent disconnect. diagnostics and syslog.1 are attached. syslog.zip tigger-diagnostics-20220421-2322.zip
  2. I'd appreciate it, as the warning does prevent UD from working. note: i just got a notification of a new version. applying it now. eta: applied 2022.04.20 update. now it appears to be working again.
  3. Warning: file_get_contents(/usr/local/emhttp/plugins/unassigned.devices/EditSettings.page): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.system.temp/include/Legacy.php on line 18 when I try to change settings for a specific device. just started happening after updating to 2022.04.18
  4. unsupported configuration: Emulator '/usr/local/sbin/qemu' does not support virt type 'kvm' HP Z420 workstation Hewlett-Packard 1589, Version 0.00 Hewlett-Packard, Version J61 v03.96 BIOS dated: Tue 29 Oct 2019 12:00:00 AM EDT Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-1660 @ 3.30GHz build is pretty virgin/plain, so no idea what's wrong. BIOS settings are set to allow virtualization. thanks! ETA: nevermind, i'm an idiot. they moved the VT-X function to the Security -> System Security tab, instead of bundling it with the rest of the CPU settings.
  5. Good to know. I'm guessing I had to have added that at some point? I honestly don't remember ever doing it. Also trying to figure out what could have changed to cause it to be a problem now, as i'm very much an Ain't Broke Don't Fix type of guy... still on 6.7.2 for that reason.
  6. Would like to note: Same issue for me after a restart after 131 days (trying to sort out another problem.) Immediately had a problem starting any containers. Found this thread, #commented out the noted line (for now), restarted. Containers are starting again. While i'm glad this fixed it, can I get some info as to what/why this happened? AKA, did I miss an announcement someplace? Thanks!
  7. also i'm getting a lot of this crap, filling up the logs... s.sqlQuery QUERY ERRORED INSERT INTO `Timelapse Frames` (ke,mid,details,filename,size,time) VALUES (?,?,?,?,?,?) s.sqlQuery ERROR Error: ER_GET_ERRNO: Got error 194 "Tablespace is missing for a table" from storage engine InnoDB
  8. Anyone have any suggestions for something "dumber" than shinobi? I've decided it's too tempermental for my needs. I just need to dump the live stream from multiple cameras, to separate folders, broken up in 5 minute increments. I can live without the 'timelapse' image option, as it's problematic at best, and I can create post processed. I don't need any of the fancy that shinobi provides, as I use the native app to my cameras to view them in real-time, or I go look at the MP4 files directly.
  9. you're better off abandoning the onboard P410i and installing an H220 or H240 controller instead. you're going to hate life, trying to get drives to work right with the P-series controllers.
  10. Someone can correct me if i'm wrong, but the only time parity isn't maintained is if the array is inactive, and you mount the disks outside of the array.
  11. I'm still suffering with a timelapse problem. it's set to grab a frame every 6 seconds, but when the cameras go from daylight to night mode, it drops to 1 frame every 15 seconds. it didn't used to do this.
  12. the switch is pretty painless as well.
  13. Howdy. I'm trying to migrate from the brettm257/unifi container to this one. my current controller version shows up at 5.14.17, and I'd like to keep that for the time being. I can't find the appropriate tag to install that version to start with. any help picking the right one would be appreciated.