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  1. I have updated and it is still happening, but it seems to happen after I start a docker container that has that path linked in the config? Attached are the diag dellblade-diagnostics-20210517-0040.zip
  2. My apologies... I have updated all the plugin on all 3 servers and will test over the next few hours. Thanks!
  3. Thanks! emu-chia is the server that im trying to stay connected to emu-chia-diagnostics-20210516-1418.zip emu-unraid-diagnostics-20210516-1418.zip dellblade-diagnostics-20210516-1418.zip
  4. I have a problem where the unassigned device SMB mapping "breaks" When this happens my dockers that have to copy files over to this share fail and causes issues. For the life of me I don't know why it breaks or how to make the connection more stable. Doing a Unmount and Remount does not fix it either. I can remove the share and re-add but then it goes blank again after a few hours. I have 3 unraid servers and the server that has the shared folder is browser master and all the others have the option off making them slaves. Is there any other way that I can
  5. I have a problem where the unassigned device SMB mapping "breaks" When this happens my dockers that have to copy files over to this share fail and causes issues. For the life of me I don't know why it breaks or how to make the connection more stable. Doing a Unmount and Remount does not fix it either. I can remove the share and re-add but then it goes blank again after a few hours. I have 3 unraid servers and the server that has the shared folder is browser master and all the others have the option off making them slaves. Is there any other way that I can tell m
  6. I have 4 SSD drives all spec'd at 500+-R/W (I know they wont get that all at the same time in the server) I have them in a Dell R630 They write to the drives about 75-125MB/s in Unraid Gui Per The data that I have on them ends up being 110GB roughly (yes chia plots) I then transfer them to another unraid server on my network that has an NVME cache drive then it dumps to the array. The problem that I am seeing is that they max out at 5.5-6.3MB/s ea and it TAKES forever to xfer to the receiving unraid NVME drive over the network. My network is gig and not satu
  7. Just to update... Server was DOA, the IPMI was hanging, and just all sorts of problems came to light more i dug, I think the Bios was corrupted. The Seller took it back and swapped out and I now have my 3rd Unraid Server
  8. Thanks for that, but it seems to be something with the server, I can't even get it to boot to a dos usb to update bios!!!! Ugggggg
  9. This will be my 3rd Unraid Server, so not new to it, but for the life of me I cant get this server to boot. I have a SanDisk Cruser Fit, the server see's the flash drive in the bios and I get the bios priority to only boot that device. When I boot the server, POST comes up and I select F11 and the Cruser comes up and i click enter, screen blinks and then goes to Hit (ESC) to Boot . . . 9 8 7 (countdown) - I let the timer expire and it beeps once and then black screen and never does anything. Any Ideas??
  10. thanks! Here is what the listing states Supermicro 2U Server Chassis Model – CSE-826 SAS-826TQ B20ackplane is installed Operates at 6gb/s No RAID card included 8 Bays are wired to the onboard SAS controller – SAS or SATA 4 Bays are wired to the onboard SATA controller – SATA ONLY X8DT3-LN4F Motherboard 2x Xeon X5650 2.66ghz 12mb Cache 6.4 GT/s 6-Core CPUs Select Your Memory Configuration 24GB will be configured 6x4GB 10600R ECC Registered 48GB will be configured 12x4GB 10600R ECC Registered 12x 3.5″ Trays (2 Screws / Tray) 2x 720w Power Supplies (
  11. so the backplane doesn't matter in this case? its just the controller the backplane is plugged into? its a 12bay server and I only have 3 drives ATM so I can wait to get a controller later THANK YOU!
  12. I cant find a definite answer on recognizing larger then 2tb drives. If the controller's on the mobo don't support larger then 2tb then I would need to get AOC-SASLP-MV8 and tie the backplane into it? SAS Broadcom SAS1068E RAID 0, 1, 10 support (Optional: AOC-IButton68) RAID 5 support SATA Intel ICH10R SATA 3.0Gbps Controller RAID 0, 1, 5, 10 support (Windows) RAID 0, 1, 10 support (Linux) Backblane is SAS-826TQ
  13. BOOM -- thanks for this... Works like a charm