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  1. Awesome, thanks. I figured out with the Network bit on Acronis I can just type the address of my Nas (\\tower) and it lets me in. I got it figured out. Thanks!
  2. Little update to this, I just had my other one die right after. So yeah, I'd avoid that drive like the plague. Lesson learned.
  3. And now when I make a second backup for another drive on my PC (I have a lot of different kinds of stuff on there) the NAS isn't showing up in Network, but there's no issues sending the other backup to the NAS through Network. I don't know.
  4. Here's what's interesting: that share was set to public, but I didn't see it under Network in Acronis. Because I first checked the SMB settings and stopped the array when doing that (forgetting that the SMB security settings are in the shares), after starting it again, I saw it. Odd. For some reason, it'll show up in Network only sometimes; lately it hasn't been doing that, but typing the name into Windows Explorer will access it anyway, but without showing up in the Network tab. Restarting the array made it show up. Huh. I don't know then. But it's working now. BTW, is your share only set to one drive? And do you have the cache on for that share or not? I remember having issues when the share was set to high-water where it wouldn't see the original share and instead of doing incremental backups would just create a whole new one.
  5. Hey guys, I have Acronis True Image (2018 if that matters), and I know people use it here to back up their main PCs to Unraid, but I'm not sure how to properly set that up. I have a share in my Unraid NAS called Backups (only using one drive for the backups, I'm not sure if that's necessary though), and folders within that share that separate out what is being backed up, but I'm not sure if I'm supposed to use the Network directory or an FTP connection. I don't have anything from the NAS showing up on Network, and I have no idea how to set up an FTP connection in Acronis. Can anyone who uses Acronis chime in? I'm at a loss for how to set it up. Is the share setup in Unraid correct as well?
  6. Cool cool. Off to Best Buy tomorrow, I guess.
  7. Makes me regret having two, I'll tell you that. I'll have to keep an eye on the other one. As far as this one, anybody know?
  8. Checked Unraid during a parity check (those take quite a while I must say, usually 24+ hours for my array), and Disk 3, a Seagate ST3000DM001 3 terabyte drive, got disabled. I don't know how to read SMART and diagnostics reports, so I left them here, as it said in the Troubleshooting section of the Wiki. Let me know if I'm missing something or whatnot, or what's up with the drive. Thank goodness for dual parity though, seriously. alexnas-diagnostics-20200923-2001.zip alexnas-smart-20200923-2007.zip
  9. And now I figured out why, and it was pretty stupid. I was sick of the rclone backup script restarting every day, so I thought it would be a good idea to just have it go on startup, without having a script to exit it when the server goes down. Welp, I feel dumb. Thanks for helping me fix this guys!
  10. Funny you guys mention that, that was the exact issue. I think I know which script was causing the issue, but at least I'm up and running. How do I change the script that was causing the issue from starting on startup without access to the GUI? Is there something in the file I can change to make it happen?
  11. I cannot, doesn't work Just tried this, and I can get in. No access to plugins or anything like that, obviously, but it works. Wonder what's up and what I can do about it. I figured, and I generally don't, but I just wanted to test to see if it was connected to the internet regardless to access github and whatnot, and it is. So safe mode gets me in, so I'm guessing it's a plugin. Is there a way besides just deleting plugins to see what the culprit is, either in a diagnostic or something like that?
  12. Ok, here's the new diagnostic: alexnas-diagnostics-20200216-1732.zip
  13. Hi, I seem to be having a problem where Unraid will boot normally, but trying to connect to the server gives me a "refused to connect" message. Going into the GUI mode does the same thing; I can browse the internet through Firefox in the GUI, but it doesn't connect to the server. I get the Tower Login prompt implying everything is booting properly, but I still cannot connect. Not sure what to do to fix it. I was rebooting my server to try and solve a separate issue with the docker giving me the error message 403, and then I couldn't get into the server itself. It had been on for about 8 days before this, I don't know if that's helpful or not. The log I attached here is from 10:04 this morning, and is the most recent one I have in the logs folder, though the issue happened about an hour(ish) ago. I don't know if that will shed any light, but it's worth a shot. alexnas-diagnostics-20200216-1104.zip