Unraid OS version 6.9.1 available


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3 hours ago, JorgeB said:

If you have an LSI and 8TB Ironwolf drive(s) (only model ST8000VN004) probably best to stick with v6.8 for now, there have been multiple users with issues that can result in disable disks after upgrading to v6.9, on the other hand if anyone using them upgraded without issues please post back. 

 

 

I have one ST8000VN004 on a LSI SAS2008 which dropped out due to read errors, this was about two days after I upgraded to 6.9.0 and right after I changed fans. I assumed a bad connection, reseated the indeed not fully inserted plug and everything runs fine again. Still on 6.9.0, how can I help?

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Done. Going back to bed now...

This release contains bug fixes and minor improvements.   Refer to Summary of New Features for an overview of changes since version 6.8.   To upgrade: First create a backup

Yeah just a min, actually about 15.  I put it on the wrong branch 😆   Ok good to go now, sheesh

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6 minutes ago, YB96 said:

Still on 6.9.0, how can I help?

For now I'm mostly interested in someone not having issues with that combo, to see if there's something different, like a specific LSI/drive firmware or even HBA model, but in case your issue was really a connection problem and if it doesn't happen again in the next couple of weeks or so then please PM me your diags at that time.

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20 minutes ago, JorgeB said:

For now I'm mostly interested in someone not having issues with that combo, to see if there's something different, like a specific LSI/drive firmware or even HBA model, but in case your issue was really a connection problem and if it doesn't happen again in the next couple of weeks or so then please PM me your diags at that time.

Forgot to mention: before I updated to 6.9.0, I went with the betas and both RCs since about december. No other problems occured. 

 

HW-information:

LSISAS2008: FWVersion(20.00.07.00)

disk ATA ST8000VN004-2M21 SC60 /dev/sde 8.00TB

 

In case you want the full logs now, tell me. Hope I remember to send them in a few weeks if not.

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25 minutes ago, YB96 said:

HW-information:

LSISAS2008: FWVersion(20.00.07.00)

disk ATA ST8000VN004-2M21 SC60 /dev/sde 8.00TB

Those are the most usual, so no need for diags, if you don't have more issues, especially after some heavy IO like a parity check, it might not be a general problem, which unfortunately will make it harder to fix.

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19 minutes ago, maetthew said:

Having some issues downloading the update, at 7% after 5 min on 1Gbit/s connection. Servers overloaded?

I did it 1 hour ago (from France) and while not ultra fast, it was OKish (around 1% a second).

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FYI - obviously not a common problem, but 6.9.1 refused to show up for me in Tools --> Update OS.  I was able to update the old fashioned way by downloading 6.9.1 from unraid.net and manually copying over the bz* files to the flash.

 

Even though it now shows 6.9.1, this is what I saw in Update OS when on 6.9.0 as well (status unknown and no update appearing and no way to check):

 

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EDIT:  And just to be clear, there was no check for updates button in the GUI just like there is not one now.

 

On the backup server, things functioned normally,

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5 hours ago, Zonediver said:

 

That's the solution? Uninstalling a "needed" Plugin?

In my Case, its working, BUT... look at this... this is new since v6.9...

By the way: Whats up with  bonienl? He was not seen anymore since 11. Nov 2020...

He is responsible for this plugin...

 

You catch more flies with honey.

 

craigr

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11 minutes ago, Gunny said:

Upgraded from 6.9 to 6.9.1, on restart a notification popped up saying an unsafe shutdown was detected and so a parity check was started automatically.

Diags saved on the flash drive would confirm but there have been a couple of reports where it looks like the shutdown time-out is not being honored, i.e., Unraid forces the shutdown after a couple of seconds even if the set time is much higher, changing the setting (Settings -> Disk Settings) to re-apply it fixes the issue.

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14 minutes ago, JorgeB said:

Diags saved on the flash drive would confirm but there have been a couple of reports where it looks like the shutdown time-out is not being honored, i.e., Unraid forces the shutdown after a couple of seconds even if the set time is much higher, changing the setting (Settings -> Disk Settings) to re-apply it fixes the issue.

I had no issues upgrading from 6.9 RC2, but I had already turned off docker, shutdown my VMs, and stopped my array to make the FLASH backup.  In that state, I upgraded to 6.9.1 and restarted. 

 

I think on both RC1 and RC2 I had the unsafe shutdown notification after upgrading.  So if you are running dockers or VM's, it may be a good idea to shut them down before the upgrade.  However, when I got the unsafe shutdown, there were no parity sync errors anyway so it's probably not a big deal.

 

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22 minutes ago, JorgeB said:

Diags saved on the flash drive would confirm but there have been a couple of reports where it looks like the shutdown time-out is not being honored, i.e., Unraid forces the shutdown after a couple of seconds even if the set time is much higher, changing the setting (Settings -> Disk Settings) to re-apply it fixes the issue.

Thanks for the Settings tip, I'm not too worried, I was overdue for a parity check anyways.  The weird thing was I had already manually shut down all vms and docker containers, so I don't know what would've caused it to hang for 90 seconds (my previously set timeout) unless of course that bug you mentioned doesn't use the default value as the lower bounds, and instead force shutdowns immediately.  Either way I've changed the timeout to 120s just to be safe.

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2 minutes ago, Gunny said:

you mentioned doesn't use the default value as the lower bounds, and instead force shutdowns immediately.

Yes, that what was happening to the other users, shutdown time-out was set to more than 30 secs but Unraid started forcing the shutdown almost immediately, after just a couple of seconds.

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6 minutes ago, Gunny said:

Thanks for the Settings tip, I'm not too worried, I was overdue for a parity check anyways.  The weird thing was I had already manually shut down all vms and docker containers, so I don't know what would've caused it to hang for 90 seconds (my previously set timeout) unless of course that bug you mentioned doesn't use the default value as the lower bounds, and instead force shutdowns immediately.  Either way I've changed the timeout to 120s just to be safe.

Well that shoots my theory down.  Did you have the array stopped or was it still running?

 

craigr

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10 minutes ago, craigr said:

Well that shoots my theory down.  Did you have the array stopped or was it still running?

 

craigr

The array was started, but nothing was using it since all VMs and containers were stopped.  Is it good practice to manually stop the array prior to restarting?

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8 hours ago, JorgeB said:

 

Only that model

I have ST8000VN0022

And I have a ton of issue with the drives going into disabled state!

So I would include these drives too when the sleep they do not wake up cleanly.

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2 minutes ago, SavellM said:

I have ST8000VN0022

And I have a ton of issue with the drives going into disabled state!

So I would include these drives too when the sleep they do not wake up cleanly.

Which firmware do you have?

 

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19 minutes ago, Gunny said:

The array was started, but nothing was using it since all VMs and containers were stopped.  Is it good practice to manually stop the array prior to restarting?

Not usually necessary and a pain too because you have to stop docker and all VM's first.  I was just thinking it might be a work around for others and also give some insight into the problem.

 

craigr

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Is there any documentation on how to configure the Watchdog timer? I have searched the forums and looked briefly through the system options. I'm not sure I want to enable in the command line if it's supported somewhere else.

 

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Linux kernel:

version 5.10.21

CONFIG_WATCHDOG: Watchdog Timer Support

 

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Dumb question, but I'm a linux newb. I see a fair few comments about it being easier with 6.9.* to add modules. I can tinker and screw around some weekend, so I'm not asking for someone to do the work for me, but my motherboard has a module for reading more sensors. https://github.com/electrified/asus-wmi-sensors

 

Is this feasible for a relative newbie to do? Can I build it as a plugin or even put it on the app store if I figure out that far?

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18 hours ago, limetech said:

We added a 'no-cache' header to NoVNC web access so that future Unraid OS releases will no longer have stale web components.

@limetech I saw this in the fixes. Do these requests also have `max-age=0` set to guarantee the stale content is flushed? If not 'no-cache' will simply lock the stale cache in place indefinitely/until the age is hit.


Edit: It looks like `cache-control: max-age=0` is set in 6.9.0 (Woot, not an issue).

Is the intent never to have NoVNC resources cached, so Unraid can guarantee updated front end bundles? If so you may want to add `no-store` in addition to `no-cache` so anyone using a reverse proxy to access noVNC will not end up with resources cached at a higher level like their ISP.

 

 

 

 

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Suggested adding no-store header.
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