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  1. Thanks everyone. I was able to replace the flash drive, get access to my shares via trial license, copy the backups from the share to my desktop using cloud commander. Then I restored my config folder, fixed my license key with tech support, and now I'm back in business.
  2. Thanks Trurl. I will probably have to contact lime-tech as its been less than 12 months since I replaced my flash drive. I pre-emptively replaced it last year, but it didn't last very long....I learned those micro flash drives, while small, are not very robust.
  3. I was still on 6.9.1 release, should I try and reinstall that version first? Were all the errors in my diagnostic related to the flash? Or is something else going on? Thanks in advance.
  4. Hi Experts, Need help I noticed in my log I was seeing errors (Pasted below). So I downloaded a diagnostic log and rebooted. When my system came up, it launched right into a parity check which I thought was odd since I had just done one a few days ago. Then I noticed a bunch of read only errors showing up, so I stopped the parity check, downloaded a 2nd diagnostic file, then shut down the server. When I went for 2nd reboot my BIOS complained there was no boot disk. I pulled the flash drive out and tried it in Windows computer and its now is blank and can't be reformatted. Co
  5. Thanks for the plugin, very cool. I just did a gather operation moving 714 folders and 7TB and ended up with 216 moves that resulted in "rmsrc button" appearing. I did have to do the docker safer permissions before I started. I show a log snippet below. Couple questions: Is it normal to get that many; anything I can do to minimize it? I basically moved all my data to disk 4. When I go and look for the data that genererated the "RSMC" I do not see it the original on Disk1, 2, or 3 anymore. Is there a chance it really did delete the source file already? Do I still need to cl
  6. I do not have any spare ports. I have an PCIe card with 4 ports, but that is also marvel chip. Is there a PCI card with Intel, I will search. Maybe an LSI card? Also one other question, I'm currently doing a rebuild; can I pause the rebuild, power down, power up, and resume rebuild?
  7. Hi All, I've had a couple issues with my array lately. In 3 weeks I've had Disk 4 go disabled and become not mountable (Replaced and rebuilt), Disk 1 XFS File corruption (repaired file system), and now yesterday Disk 1 is showing at Device Disabled. I could hear it spinning up, then spinning back down. I downloaded Diags, rebooted, and it sounds ok and passed a SMART test. Disk 1 is a pretty new disk. Seems like some gremlins? I'm buying new Sata Cables to try. Should I try a new Power Supply (curerntly a 700W from 2013). Is my motherboard taking a crap? These HW issues are drivi
  8. Thanks. I tried the plug-in using v6.7.3 and I ran into the same issue that @Keexrean had where two ports were being passed, but two were remaining in Unraid. Unraid was also randomly reassigning the eth0 interface to the HW address of the wrong Ethernet port after reboots. I then uninstalled the plugin, installed v6.9.0 Beta 25. I used the now built in tool to select the 4 ethernet ports off the NIC. That was the solution as it is now working again. I'm back to just having append initrd=/bzroot in my syslinux config.
  9. I was able to solve this. 1st we repaired the XFS file system. Use Space Invaders XFS guide. Had to use -L while repairing. Then I tried to mount Disk 4, but it did not want to mount. So I added a new disk and rebuilt disk 4 using the parity and new disk.
  10. I had a working setup with a 4 port intel network card and pfsense running in a VM (following Spaceinvader guide mostly). Then I had a disk fail and some issues, that i've fixed. Now my last issue is I can't get my pfsense working again. It seems that unRaid keeps detecting and initializing my 4 port NIC even thought I have used the "append vfio-pci.ids=8086:150e initrd=/bzroot" in my syslinux config. This used to work fine, but now unRaid just keeps detecting the card and I can't pass it thru to the VM. Any suggestion? I've tried deleting the vfio-pci.ids=8086:150e line and rebooting
  11. @trurl et all I redid all the screen shots here. Disk1 FileSystem Check is shown attached. (Screenshot_2020-08-03 NAS4x12 Device.png) The main and Dashboard screens are also captured. Before this boot I swapped the power cords and data cords for Disk 1 with another disk. I think I still heard the spindown/reset. It didn't change the file structure error status. Included latest diagnostic dump. I have additional 12TB HD's I can swap in if needed when it comes to recovery. nas4x12-diagnostics-20200803-1303Stop_Restart_MovedDisk1PowerAndDataCable.zip
  12. @trurl and Unraiders: I got the a new SATA card installed. I can see Disk4 in the unassigned devices now, its the Toshiba 2TB drive. (I also figured out how to save screen shots in the console GUI to the unRaid flash drive). That made me realize that the log file I "thought" I saved was not correct as you suspected. I uploaded a new one to the OP and repeated it here as well. I booted, stoped array, did some check disk, started array in maintence mode, checked Disk1 XFS File System Repair "-nv" then I restarted the array and took the diagnostic. Not sure which problem to tackle
  13. Sorry for photos. I lost the net login and had to plug in a monitor and keyboard to the server. Then take photos with my camera to post to forum. I'll do screen shots whenever possible. Thanks for the reply. The array size is much smaller now that it says Disk 1 is unmountable. Any advice on the order to try and recover my systems disks 4 and disk 1.
  14. Hi All, I have an issue with my Unraid 6.8.2. I think its two issues that happened back to back. I hope I'm not screwed. Apologies for photos, lost my net connection and had to go log into unraid local GUI. After a server reboot my Disk 4 disappeared and came up as "Not Installed". I have a 4 port Sata 3 PCIE Card that uses a Marvell controller and it has issues occasionally being detected by Unraid. In the past I added "iommu=pt" in my syslinux and it fixed it mostly, but occasionally after a reboot it does still disappear and show as Not Installed.
  15. I also have this problem. Came upon this googling. I was thinking to maybe try and just assign them myself and hope i get it right. If I go for edges of the card I should get eth0 and eth3 then can guess from there haha. Or downgrade to 2.3.4 like you.