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  1. My system went offline so I rebooted and got this error on the console: Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0) Prior to the kernel panic message I also get these lines /dev/root: can't open blockdev VFS: can't open root device "(null)" or unknown-block(0,0): error -6 Please append a correct "root=" boot option; Here are the available partitions and then it lists several partitions I can't attach any diagnostic logs because of no boot. My system is on version 6.8.3
  2. It's really not. for i in * ; do zip -vr "$i.zip" "$i" ; mv "$i.zip" /mnt/user/$CONTENT ; done With a simple batch command I converted about 4000 doujins this way in a matter of hours.
  3. Agree with this, I liked the design of HPX but it was too buggy and unfinished for me. Dev did not seem terribly active either. LRR works smoothly for me, just a shame it's not as feature-rich as HPX with regards to tagging and organizing. This isn't much of a complaint, archives are the more common way of distributing manga online and more convenient overall IMO. If you have an existing library of content that is in folders, it's trivial to convert them to archives.
  4. Thanks, I'll try turning some of them off and seeing if that fixes the issue.
  5. Recently my setup has been having periods where all Docker containers become unreponsive, and even the Docker page is inaccessible (infinitely loading). At these times my server CPU load is at 100% on all cores, but I can't tell if a single process is causing it through htop. I thought it was a failing cache disk causing it but I replaced my SSD last week and I'm still having the same problem. I attached my diagnostics file from today, when I woke up this morning Docker wasn't working but now 5 hours later everything is back to normal. tower-diagnostics-20201104-1301.zip
  6. I did that, I'm still getting the same issue... error.log gives me: Oct-10 00:20:00--ERROR happypanda.main: Failed to configure built-in ESearch server, process exit code: still running; also see /data/logs/esearch_stdout.log Oct-10 00:20:27--WARNING happypanda.main: Could not establish connection to ESearch server, aborting. esearch_stdout.log doesn't give any more clarity on the problem.
  7. Thanks for the helpful response! I love your software by the way, is there anyway you can make it so we can edit an existing subscription, or at least be able to check existing subscription's arguments from the GUI? It would help a lot to know what settings I've set on previous subscriptions.
  8. How long does it take for YoutubeDL-Material to download new videos from a subscription? I can't see any option in the subscription settings.
  9. Any updates on this? I did as twiddli said on https://github.com/happypandax/happypandax/issues/215 and pulled the latest version but I still can't access the WebUI.
  10. No, the BIOS only sees the disks I mentioned + the USB boot disk. I found the correct cable now but I used an incorrect one previously so maybe that damaged the disks. I attached the Diagnostics ZIP but I suspect this means I'm going to have to take the drives to a data recovery shop, doesn't it? tower-diagnostics-20200618-1939.zip
  11. Yesterday I recived two new Seagate Exos and began the process of installing them. My motherboard only has 4 SATA ports so I also bought a PCIe SATA expansion card as well. I had some issues getting my system to boot a few times, so I had to reboot a few times (and cleared my CMOS because I was following a guide) until I worked out that I was using the wrong SATA power cable. I found a SATA power extension cable from my PSU manufacturer and hooked up all my drives. So now my system boots, but on the array screen it only recognizes three out of six drives (the two new Exos, and one of my previous WD Reds). I reseated the cables a few times to make sure that was not the issue but no luck. So now I am worried that either (hopefully) 1. the power supply does not support six drives being powered on one cable or (worse) 2. I damaged the controllers on the 3 non-working drives. Can anyone help me diagnose this issue? Thanks!
  12. This might be a dumb question but how do I paste links into uGet webui? I can't figure out how and it's kinda unusable without the ability to paste
  13. Can anyone help with this? Problem is persisting. I captured a diagnostics file today. tower-diagnostics-20200402-0047.zip
  14. Just yesterday I discovered an issue where I don't seem to have write permissions on samba on a private share which I had before, creating folders, moving files etc. I haven't had to re-enter my credentials and I checked the user and it remains the same. I have the same issue trying to connect on Windows and Linux.
  15. Yep it was the sata cable, entire connector snapped... thanks for the help. In other news, does anyone know how to remove a broken SATA connector from a drive?