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  1. I have many dockers that have delays to start when the array comes up. If I send a stop array command before they have finished coming up, the system gets stuck trying to shut down the array. Checking on the command line, none of the array drives are mounted except the cache because the docker.img is still mounted. Manually unmounting docker.img seems to allow the system to gracefully continue the stop array.
  2. Has anyone else had any issues with the web ui not actually displaying anything? The page title loads and you can view source code, but nothing is actually rendered on the page.
  3. Contrast on the used space % of the array is pretty difficult to read. So far everything else is looking good.
  4. Should I be able to see devices attached to a Dell PERC H700? I've got a single drive attached to it and the array itself can see the drive, but UD doesn't show it.
  5. Is there a way to trigger a notification to be sent from unraid's notification system? I have sonarr move TV episodes it replaces to a .deletedBySonarr folder and over time they can get pretty big if I don't catch it. I'd like to make a script that checks the size of that folder and if it's larger than X GBs send me a notification.
  6. Yes, I've had this plugin forever and I actually checked it before posting. I didn't realize that part about being able to use a different IP/port. I'll give her a shot!
  7. While that could work, it wouldn't really solve the problem. If the other server didn't come up for some reason I'd still be eventually launching the docker without ensuring the presence of the mounts.
  8. I've seen similar situations to this posted before, but it's not working as I'd expect. I'm running Plex docker on 1 server, and my primary storage shares are on another. I use unassigned devices to mount the storage shares via NFS. On occasion, something may happen and the servers reboot. The server that has Plex boots MUCH faster than the storage one, and even though I have the NFS directories set as RW:Slaves in docker, Plex will still launch and thinks I no longer have files so it clears the DB and I have to rescan. Is the RW:Slave flag supposed to prevent the docke
  9. Looks like AWS has a bad route. is the last hop I can hit before it dead ends.
  10. Yea, it resolves, but I appear to be unable to connect to or ping any of the ips. Name: Addresses: Aliases:
  11. I can't pull the image down. Is the address still correct? TOTAL DATA PULLED: 0 B
  12. I'm trying to replace the Limetech LE cert with my own, which is a wildcard. In doing so, unraid redirects my browser to Is there a way to stop the redirect or at least correct it?
  13. Nah... Just make a companion template for elasticsearch also! 😉
  14. Is there an existing elasticsearch or redis container in community apps? I didn't see both of them and just wondering if they need to be created by hand first.
  15. The WebGUI parameter isn't respecting that I changed it from the default. I changed it from 8080 to 8082, but when I launch WebGUI from the docker icon it still takes me to 8080.
  16. I'm assuming it would be a good idea to ensure that if I'm allowing these custom networks to route, that I should not have a duplicate network between the two unraid servers?
  17. That was such an obvious answer.... 😣
  18. If I've created a custom network on my primary unraid server, how can I access containers on that network from a 2nd unraid server, or even my normal network?
  19. I found it in the logs, but not sure why it's happening. I'm getting the error that the remote server is offline and the share cannot be mounted. That's odd because I can see in the logs that the network is definitely up, in fact a few seconds after the errors, I can see ntpd messages from it syncing. I did a few reboot tests and the results seem consistent as well, it just doesn't make much sense. Is it possible to maybe delay the mount a little longer, or possible mount it from userscripts instead?
  20. I'm having a small issue with NFS shares. I have two unraid servers, one has several shares via NFS and I'm trying to use unassigned devices on the 2nd server to mount those shares. Mounting works perfectly fine, but automounting does not. On the 2nd server, when it boots the array starts, but the NFS shares never get automounted. If I click mount, they mount without any issue at all. Is there a log I could look for to see if it attempted an automount and got an error somewhere? Something I'm missing?
  21. It's not something that comes up very often, but would it be possible to change the font size of the files being edited, or maybe add a horizontal scroll bar instead of doing a line wrap?
  22. Two year old drive red balled on me. I'm guessing she's really dead, but this is what logs looked like: May 7 13:50:00 arcade kernel: sd 8:0:0:0: [sdk] tag#1 CDB: opcode=0x88 88 00 00 00 00 00 57 54 2b 10 00 00 00 08 00 00 May 7 13:50:04 arcade kernel: sd 8:0:0:0: [sdk] tag#0 UNKNOWN(0x2003) Result: hostbyte=0x00 driverbyte=0x08 May 7 13:50:04 arcade kernel: sd 8:0:0:0: [sdk] tag#0 Sense Key : 0x2 [current] May 7 13:50:04 arcade kernel: sd 8:0:0:0: [sdk] tag#0 ASC=0x4 ASCQ=0x0 May 7 13:50:04 arcade kernel: sd 8:0:0:0: [sdk] tag#0 CDB: opcode=0x88 88 00 00 00 00 00 57 54 2b 10 00 00
  23. DOH! I actually had that already installed too.....
  24. What's the possibility of adding the ability to edit the go script from the scripts page? It'd be a nice one stop shop for making adjustments then!
  25. Ah yes! That got it back on track perfectly. Thank you for finding that!