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  1. I spoke too soon. [emoji37] Still have false overtemp warnings. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Just putting this out there..... it may be too early to get excited however, I've just updated to 6.7.1 and upon checking my event logs to do my daily clearing of overtemp warnings,... THERE ARE NONE!! Just getting "There are no event log entries present at this time." I would normally have about 6 overtemp warnings by this stage, anyone else checked their event logs recently after 6.7.1?? M/B: ASRock EP2C602-4L/D16 Version BIOS: American Megatrends Inc. Version P1.90. Dated: 04/11/2018 CPU: 2 x Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2670 0 @ 2.60GHz
  3. You Legend!!! This solves my "Marvell" problem. 6.7 updates perfectly! For info, I wasn't using any of the marvell based ports on my motherboard however, my PCI card ended up having a marvell controller on it as well. I've ordered a Dell H310 6Gbps SAS HBA card from eBay which should solve any future problems. Thanks so much for your help on this. Regards, Kev tower-diagnostics-20190514-0612.zip
  4. No change for me. I amended my syslinux.cfg file under 6.6.7 and rebooted... all good. I then updated to 6.7 and I still have disk 4 and 5 showing as missing. So no change. tower-diagnostics-20190514-0226.zip
  5. I have also suffered from having 2 of my HDD not being found after upgrading to 6.7. This is a repeatable fault. I have upgraded to 6.7 and reset to 6.6.7 twice now with similar results. I include both diagnostic files from 6.6.7 and 6.7 versions. Any help would be appreciated. tower-diagnostics-20190513-0426.ziptower-diagnostics-20190513-1304.zip
  6. Just adding myself to this thread. Exact same problem with exact same hardware. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Whoops... rookie mistake. Thanks Squid. All done via the console and vim. The logs look good after a restart. Thanks for everyones input 👍
  8. OK, Now I have the problem that my system doesn't have an /acpi folder in the /etc directory and when I search for *.sh files there isn't an acpi_handler.sh file in my system???
  9. OK... I'll do this I just assumed because you continued to post queries on the thread that the script route didn't work out. Thanks for clarifying
  10. Hi BRit, Did you finally resolve this dilemma? I have exactly the same hardware and log file output as you and would like to clean this up. Any help would be appreciated.
  11. This solved my problem!!! Thanks Squid.
  12. Hey Squid, At the risk of hijacking this thread... Thank you, you are correct. The problem was within Sabnzbd settings. However, I still can't seem to get sonarr to automatically import the downloaded file. I can manually import it so the location is accessible from within the sonarr docker. Here's the log output: I've even tried mapping a remote path for the download client in sonarr settings: I'm sure its just something simple I've overlooked. Thanks again.
  13. Hey Squid, Thanks for the reply. I'm not so sure that is my problem. I use SabNZBD as my download client and specify the downloads to go to it's /data location... That's the same /data location I map for sonarr, so I effectively have in place already what you suggest (unless I'm missing something) Kev
  14. Hey Binhex, Kudos for the Sonarr docker. I've just transitioned from Sickbeard to Sickrage and now to Sonarr. Not sure if I've set Sonarr up correctly but I think it's looking for downloaded files in my /config directory not my /data directory. Here's my config setup for the docker file: As you can see, I've specified my docker as per the instructions: Configuration /config This is where sonarr will store it's configuration file, database and logs. /data This path is used retrieve the downloaded files by your downloader application. /media This is where sonarr will scan for media files. Unfortunately, the docker appears to be looking in the /config directory for downloaded files: Here's a screenshot of the System Page on the Sonarr GUI: I have to carry out a manual import after each show completes its download, not ideal. Here's a screenshot of my log file: Any help would be appreciated. Cheers
  15. Ok, finally some success... not without some big changes. I run my unRAID as a headless media server so it wasn't until I attached a keyboard and monitor that I began the real process of discovery. Turns out, when I added the new HDD my BIOS had shuffled the boot order on me as explained http://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Troubleshooting "Some BIOS's reshuffle boot order, especially when a new hard drive has been added." With that sorted I moved on to upgrading unRAID to 5.0.5 I did a full backup of my flash drive and then reformatted and setup the flash drive with a clean install of 5.0.5. To get my plugins working (Plex/SAB/SB/CP) I had to first install the SAB dependencies using this: cd /boot/packages wget http://www.bibliognome.com/unraid/SABnzbdDependencies-2.1-i486-unRAID.tgz I then followed the instructions here: http://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Setting_Up_SABnzbd,_SickBeard,_and_CouchPotoato#Using_the_Applications to install all except CP. I'm loathed to install CP as my system is back to it's original awesomeness and from the threads here: http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=21260.2430 I will wait until someone sorts that out.