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  1. Anyone else getting this error in bottom left corner next to the "Array Started" text? Warning: unlink(/tmp/unassigned.devices/credentials): No such file or directory in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/unassigned.devices/include/lib.php on line 1088 I'm getting it on two seperate Unraid servers. Started a couple days ago with an update and still happening. unraid2-diagnostics-20191203-1235.zip
  2. Has anyone got Organizr Server Authentication working with NPM? https://docs.organizr.app/books/setup-features/page/serverauth Also, I'm coming from using the Letsencrypt container. For my wordpress site, I just dropped it's folder into the "www" directory to get it going. How does that work with NPM? Thanks.
  3. Yeah, that and mounting/umounting the shares seems to fix them temporarily. Just annoying when trying to process 20k files with a container and it keeps dying half way through due to shares disappearing. Which means that all the progress is loss. I'm most likely going to take both servers back to 6.6.7. Having this issue with 6.8, and have terrible performance and iowait in 6.7.
  4. Changed Status to Open Changed Priority to Urgent
  5. Yeah, 6.8 on the server with the files, 6.7.2 on the one mounting and trying to access the files. Is there anything I can check in regards to this being a network issue? Both are physically next to each other and I never got this issue until I upgraded the main server to 6.8. I was having very slow array performance with 6.7.2, but appears that 6.8 fixed it. I had the client server, that is doing the mounting, on 6.8 as well. I thought it may have been causing issues, so downgraded it to 6.7.2. I use pfSense for my firewall if that means anything.
  6. I'm getting some errors in my log regarding remote NFS shares since upgrading the host server to 6.8. Oct 21 02:48:56 Unraid2 unassigned.devices: Error: SMB/NFS server '192.168.1.227' is not responding to a ping and appears to be off-line. Oct 21 02:53:20 Unraid2 unassigned.devices: Error: SMB/NFS server '192.168.1.227' is not responding to a ping and appears to be off-line. The errors are in the logs of the computer where the remote shares are mounted. I've attached diags as well. Also attached a screenshot showing the green light and capacity changing on the remote share. I can wait a few minutes and refresh the GUI, and sometimes it will be back to normal, or maybe a different share will be grayed out. So I'm not sure if this is a 6.8 or a UD problem. Thanks. unraid2-diagnostics-20191021-0813.zip
  7. The remote NFS shares are only accessed by another Unraid server. Mounted and used by a few containers. That's how I know when they go down. The container starts spitting errors and file progress stops.
  8. Been using NFS remote shares between my various Unraid servers for a couple years. With the latest RC, the shares stay mounted in the GUI, but disappear from the other servers. In the GUI they also show up as "0 B". This seems to happen randomly from what I can see. Or maybe there's a new time out I don't know about? I'm getting lots of these entries in my system logs: Oct 20 13:06:07 Unraid2 kernel: NFS: server 192.168.1.227 error: fileid changed Oct 20 13:06:07 Unraid2 kernel: fsid 0:46: expected fileid 0x10000400999c2, got 0x2000180000062 Oct 20 13:06:07 Unraid2 kernel: NFS: server 192.168.1.227 error: fileid changed Oct 20 13:06:07 Unraid2 kernel: fsid 0:46: expected fileid 0x10000400999c2, got 0x2000180000062 Oct 20 13:06:11 Unraid2 kernel: NFS: server 192.168.1.227 error: fileid changed Oct 20 13:06:11 Unraid2 kernel: fsid 0:46: expected fileid 0x10000400999c2, got 0x2000180000062 Oct 20 13:06:11 Unraid2 kernel: NFS: server 192.168.1.227 error: fileid changed Oct 20 13:06:11 Unraid2 kernel: fsid 0:46: expected fileid 0x10000400999c2, got 0x2000180000062 Oct 20 13:06:17 Unraid2 kernel: NFS: server 192.168.1.227 error: fileid changed Oct 20 13:06:17 Unraid2 kernel: fsid 0:46: expected fileid 0x10000400999c2, got 0x2000180000062 Oct 20 13:06:17 Unraid2 kernel: NFS: server 192.168.1.227 error: fileid changed Oct 20 13:06:17 Unraid2 kernel: fsid 0:46: expected fileid 0x10000400999c2, got 0x2000180000062 Oct 20 13:07:20 Unraid2 kernel: NFS: server 192.168.1.227 error: fileid changed Oct 20 13:07:20 Unraid2 kernel: fsid 0:46: expected fileid 0x10000400999c2, got 0x2000180000062 Oct 20 13:07:20 Unraid2 kernel: NFS: server 192.168.1.227 error: fileid changed Oct 20 13:07:20 Unraid2 kernel: fsid 0:46: expected fileid 0x10000400999c2, got 0x2000180000062 I'm playing whack a mole. I have to stop my array to unmount the problem NFS shares. Then I can re-add them and they work for a time, but then do the same thing randomly. unraid2-diagnostics-20191020-1812.zip
  9. I came here to post the same thing. Phantom updates.
  10. I've been getting a lot of errors for a couple months now. Aug 24 04:20:15 Unraid kernel: python[29237]: segfault at 10 ip 0000148f7cbfe7e4 sp 0000148f765426b8 error 6 in ld-musl-x86_64.so.1[148f7cbf1000+46000] Aug 24 04:21:48 Unraid kernel: traps: python[32506] general protection ip:148f7cbfe7e8 sp:148f76542848 error:0 in ld-musl-x86_64.so.1[148f7cbf1000+46000] Aug 24 19:04:28 Unraid nginx: 2019/08/24 19:04:28 [error] 37008#37008: *1939861 user "steve@mydomain.com" was not found in "/etc/nginx/htpasswd", client: 192.168.1.199, server: , request: "GET /Dashboard HTTP/2.0", host: "778899314b71d03d7dddf674346a6dc0de792190.unraid.net" https://pastebin.com/6VE6Fzmi And the weird thing is that I've got TWO completely separate Unraid severs. And I'm getting these errors on both. The NGINX error is odd because the user "steve@mydomain.com" is has absolutely nothing to do with Unraid itself. That user doesn't exist in my Unraid users. No idea how that email is even showing up in Unraid at all. The only thing I can think is there is some connection to my Letsencrypt container or something that I don't know about. The kernel errors have me stumped. I had read somewhere it could have something to do with LSIO's containers and Alpine. And that it could be their Plex container. So I swapped to the PlexInc container. Same error. My second server has very few containers on it. And the ones it has, the two servers don't have in common. Well, except Netdata. That's the only container they both have. I'm open to any suggestions at all. unraid2-diagnostics-20190825-1936.zip unraid-diagnostics-20190825-1935.zip
  11. You need to pin cores to the container and not let it have all of them. I give it 4 cores / 8 threads.
  12. I'm on the same PMS version mentioned above. And I get the errors every time I scan my music library. So I think that's where the issue is.
  13. Jul 6 00:01:23 Unraid root: /mnt/cache: 1.8 TiB (1980809101312 bytes) trimmed on /dev/sdc1 Jul 6 04:40:01 Unraid root: Fix Common Problems Version 2019.06.30a Jul 6 04:40:01 Unraid root: Fix Common Problems: Warning: Docker Application jackett has an update available for it Jul 6 04:40:01 Unraid root: Fix Common Problems: Warning: Docker Application ubooquity has an update available for it Jul 6 05:05:34 Unraid crond[2688]: exit status 1 from user root /usr/local/sbin/mover &> /dev/null Jul 6 09:18:35 Unraid root: error: /gcsp/2.0: missing csrf_token Jul 6 09:18:35 Unraid root: error: /gcsp/2.0: missing csrf_token Jul 6 09:18:35 Unraid root: error: /gcsp/2.0: missing csrf_token Jul 6 09:18:35 Unraid root: error: /gcsp/2.0: missing csrf_token Jul 6 10:23:47 Unraid root: error: /gcsp/2.0: missing csrf_token Jul 6 10:23:47 Unraid root: error: /gcsp/2.0: missing csrf_token Jul 6 10:23:47 Unraid root: error: /gcsp/2.0: missing csrf_token Jul 6 10:23:47 Unraid root: error: /gcsp/2.0: missing csrf_token Really wasn't much going on before the error started for me. And it began on July 6th on my server.