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  1. I think the CDN issue was a different user, not me. My problem was a missing state.php file. I just logged back into unraid tonight and the small yellow exclamation triangle is gone. Didn't make any changes, I guess it eventually just went away on its own.
  2. Rebooting has eliminated the issue. I was on the latest revision before reboot. All appears to be working now, though I noticed a yellow exclamation triangle in the corner now when I click on the drop down... It says UPC_ENV . local but I figured maybe that was because I have it on local mode?
  3. I'm getting an odd error just under a minute that continuously repeats. I've attached a few examples below to show the frequency: It goes back as far as May 19th, at least thats as far as I can see. Jul 25 20:55:53 stratus nginx: 2021/07/25 20:55:53 [error] 22063#22063: *17214854 FastCGI sent in stderr: "Primary script unknown" while reading response header from upstream, client:, server: , request: "GET /plugins/ HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "localhost", referrer: "http://localhost/Settings/NetworkSettings" Jul 25 20:56:38 stratus nginx: 2021/07/25 20:56:38 [error] 22063#22063: *17214854 FastCGI sent in stderr: "Primary script unknown" while reading response header from upstream, client:, server: , request: "GET /plugins/ HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "localhost", referrer: "http://localhost/Settings/NetworkSettings" Jul 25 20:57:23 stratus nginx: 2021/07/25 20:57:23 [error] 22063#22063: *17215585 FastCGI sent in stderr: "Primary script unknown" while reading response header from upstream, client:, server: , request: "GET /plugins/ HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "localhost", referrer: "http://localhost/Settings/NetworkSettings" I'm also getting an email notification every morning super early... These started more recent, maybe July 7th. Subject: cron for user root /usr/bin/run-parts /etc/cron.daily 1> /dev/null Body: error: unable to open /var/log/nginx/error.log.1 for compression: Permission denied Not sure if that email notification just started because I'm overloading the error logs. - MyServers appeared to be working ok for me; I logged out of it just now and back in and now it says that my server is offline and I can't connect to the mothership. I don't have remote access enabled, but didn't seem like that was an issue before I signed out and in. (I actually don't need remote access on, just wanted my server to send stats upstream. It appears that a flash backup was just made, so that seems to be working ok.
  4. Ok, I didn't see any difference in files or folders between my backup and the USB key. I put the USB key back in my unraid server and booted into safe mode and everything came up. I rebooted in normal mode and all is well. Still glad my backups work, that was the first time I really investigated. The only thing really different was this time I did a full shutdown and unplugged power so I could take cover off case and remove usb key from mobo. Not sure if that did it? Does anyone have CA Backups send them an e-mail notification? Is there anything I can do to check the health of my usb key? (preferrably while the system is running). Are the FSCK files ok?
  5. Although the diagnostics command said it ran and put something in /boot, it does not appear to have written to the usb. I mounted both my external HDD and my usb key to ubuntu and both are mounted. They look identical other than some FSCK000x files that don't completely match. My CA backup app was set to backup weekly. When I had the USB key in my unraid server I didn't see much in /boot other than a config folder with ssl and wireguard folders. When I plug it into ubuntu vm and mount, I see what appears to be all files in-tact. Not sure where to go from here.
  6. I attempted to update from 6.9 rc1 to 6.9 rc25 today and it failed writing to image (maybe USB key?). I attempted to reboot from the webgui and the system froze. I had to powercycle. The system boots back up, I get the unraid GUI login prompt and have a keyboard mouse hooked up. It allows me to login but it appears that the network is not working. I'm not able to get to localhost from mozilla (within GUI) and I cannot ping my system from another terminal. I am able to bring up the command line from the console, but honestly have no idea where to begin with unraid (I do have linux familiarity but the linux side looks fine to me). My concern is the USB key? Should I yank it out and run a test from windows? I do run a backup job for the USB key which is on an external hard drive plugged into the unraid server. Before removing the USB key (which is inside the server), is there anything I can do from the command line first on the console? thank you
  7. Yes! I would love to set max size for a particular share as well! +++++1
  8. I rebooted a few times and no dice. The final time, I shut down and unplugged... When you asked for the diagnostics, I fired it back up and all is well. Re-upgraded to RC7 again and rebooted and its still up and running fine. Seems like an odd course of events. This server (Lenovo TS410) has a 450watt power supply. I'm using 4 SAS disks on a PCI controller connected to a SAS backplane, 2 SSDs, 1 dvd-rom... You think I'm underpowered? Or USB key problem? I'll backup asap, but that just seemed odd to me. I am about to transfer everything to a new case that will have a 700watt PSU, but I didn't think that was my issue here. My UPS usb cable is plugged into unRAID and it has a mac and the unRAID and it says only 173watts being used generally.
  9. Upgraded from 6.8.0-rc6 to 6.8.0-rc7 yesterday and after reboot, I'm seeing some strange things. All of my array disks are missing. unRAID understands what should be there (shows disk serial number and says missing). These disks are attached to SAS9211-8i The LSI card sees all the disks upon boot (so does the BIOS) My PCI NIC is not seen in unRAID Only the onboard NIC is being seen; BIOS sees all NICs appropriately My unRAID users are gone, but ROOT and the ROOT password work fine Unassigned devices are missing This includes a SSD cache drive and SSD vm/docker storage Also a USB attached unassigned disk is missing as well (but seen in BIOS during boot) I downgraded from rc7 back down to rc6, but still having the same issue after reboot. This is a relatively new system, its been running solid for about 2 months now. I'm still in the process of getting backups going, I'd rather not have to start over Though, with it not seeing disks right now, I don't think starting over would even help. I originally thought something wrong with my backplane, but then I don't understand the PCI NIC not being seen and the user(s) missing.