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  1. I would also like to know the above that almarma asked. But also, looking at how this works it seems that the server is trying to output itself so that it's available outside my home network through my IP address. I find this idea to be kind of startlingly scary and want to disable the external broadcasting. Is there any way to do this? Am I being paranoid for no reason? Also I'm still struggling to get my shares to appear, I can connect but the shares won't appear. I believe I have the config file setup correctly but everyone's saying to have them the same in the Do
  2. So before I go and do anything (if anyone looks in here) with the new version I'm getting this error. Does this mean I should replace this disk pronto? I'm running a SMART Extended Self Test on this drive at the moment. Suggestions? If no one sees this here I'll open a new thread tomorrow.
  3. Beautiful! This is really great stuff. UnRaid has come such a long way since I first started using it. Beautiful system IMO.
  4. Deleting the plg files did it I've got the plugins page back but severely less plugins are showing up in total I think I remember doing them manually from the URL locations thing, I might be abit more circumspect this time and not install every plugin and his dog. I think I'll have to try doing them from scratch again but I think for the moment the problem is fixed, I will post again if I have any more problems. Updating to latest version now. Yep it definitely must have been something to do with the dynamix plugins because they have a minimum version number. I'm such an idiot for not doi
  5. Can I do this over the network while the array is stopped or should I be working directly with the USB thumb drive while the server is powered down? Could I not just delete the plg files from the current version and update using the webUI?
  6. Thanks Squid. I'm not sure how confident I am doing this with these instructions because the upgrade info talks about upgrading from previous versions of UnRAID not from 6.0.1 to 6.x.x The diagnostics show that it is crashing on checking plugins? What about deleting the dynamix files that were most recently updated so that the plugins isn't trying to use those new files is that going to mess things up? And by delete dynamix files I mean "dynamix.system.buttons, dynamix .system.stats and dynamix .system.temp", but this is probably a bad idea because the system things those files are going
  7. Yep, since that time Disk 8 has been formatted. It's the new drive that I've just installed which prompted me to update and try to figure all this out. Also the share problem seems to have worked itself out. I did shutdown and re-boot the server since then so perhaps that's it. I still cannot access the plugins page though. I wonder if it could be something that has changed with the plugins ability to access the internet because I believe I've had DNS problems before with dynamix. Also, is there some way to manually update the UnRAID version around the plugins page because I h
  8. Just looked at the server Input on my monitor and it looks like this which doesn't seem to be included in the log file
  9. So this is probably something super simple but alas I'm always having trouble with these things whenever I try to update or change anything. It was working fine so I should have just left it where it was. I searched and couldn't seem to find any similar topics which is how I usually find my answers. When I try to load the plugins page it just gets stuck at " Please wait, retrieving plugin information ... " with the spinning wheel. Anyway, I believe the last plugin I updated (I was just going to the plugin page and clicking "update") from the top down was dynamix. Perhaps I should have
  10. A few page ago, you were asked to run ping google.com at a command prompt. You never answer that you actually did this. Now it could be that you didn't understand exactly what was being requested. What is needed is for you to log into the server using either a monitor and keyboard on the server or Telnet session. If you have a working DNS setup up on your server, you will get a series of times to that it takes for google.com to response to the pinging. (You use a CTRL-C to stop the process.) This will tell us whether the problem is with the DNS setup or something in the GUI.
  11. If you are using those IP addresses which are in my file, that might be the issue. They are the DNS servers for my local ISP provider (Time-Warner), You might try using the Google DNS service which provides world wide service. They are 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 BTW, most people have good luck with using getting the DNS servers automatically setting. Perhaps, you should try that first. I've definitely got the DNS information setup correctly. I'm absolutely sure of that now. I've attached another Diagnostics check since fixing the DNS... maybe that will help more now.
  12. If you are using those IP addresses which are in my file, that might be the issue. They are the DNS servers for my local ISP provider (Time-Warner), You might try using the Google DNS service which provides world wide service. They are 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 BTW, most people have good luck with using getting the DNS servers automatically setting. Perhaps, you should try that first. I've definitely got the DNS information setup correctly. I'm absolutely sure of that now. I've attached another Diagnostics check since fixing the DNS... maybe that will help more now.
  13. Probably not related, but you have filesystem corruption on disk3Aug 8 12:12:32 Tower kernel: REISERFS error (device md3): reiserfs-2025 reiserfs_cache_bitmap_metadata: bitmap block 184385536 is corrupted: first bit must be 1 Aug 8 12:12:32 Tower kernel: REISERFS (device md3): Remounting filesystem read-only Aug 8 12:12:32 Tower kernel: REISERFS warning (device md3): clm-6006 reiserfs_dirty_inode: writing inode 1507 on readonly FS I did a reiserfs fix on that yesterday... it seems to have fixed the problem, at least I think it has. It had stopped being able to write to this dis
  14. Howdy... I'm still having trouble installing the Dynamix Plugin extras and I was asked to attach my diagnostics information to my next post so here it is... Still having the same problem when trying to use the install tab on the V6 GUI. tower-diagnostics-20150809-1109.zip
  15. My DNS is definitely configured and working.