Having problems installing dockers...


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Hello team! I was using some dockers, like nginx, transmission and machinaris...

 

First issue started when I tried to update machinaris, I did it and the docker disappear. I restarted the System, but still without the docker... I said, ok, maybe I touch the incorrect buttom... Next day, I tried to update the nginx and transmission and I get same error in both (next image), I read a few threads, and in some cases said that deleting and restarting solves the issue, tried and nothing happened. Now, I cant install any docker. I get the same error that I commented. Here is:

 

 

Error: filesystem layer verification failed for digest sha256:f2213e13020de706de923a93f56302962fa8d6ff1dfabfc37e5ba04xxxxx

 

I attached 2 images, from differents dockers, the error is the same in both... and with any docker! 

 

Diagnostics attached too.

 

Can someone help me please?

 

Thanks in advance!!

 

 

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unraid-server-diagnostics-20210712-1859.zip

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First thing I'd do is because the checksums are failing is to run Memtest for at least a single pass minimum

 

After that, I try deleting and recreating the docker.img file (Settings - Docker, stop the service, delete the image, re-enable the service)

 

After that, I'd take a shot at redoing your cache drive as XFS (since you're not using multiple devices on it)

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Hi! Thanks for your reply!

 

3 minutes ago, Squid said:

First thing I'd do is because the checksums are failing is to run Memtest for at least a single pass minimum

- How can I run the memtesst? Directly in the BIOS?

3 minutes ago, Squid said:

After that, I try deleting and recreating the docker.img file (Settings - Docker, stop the service, delete the image, re-enable the service)

- I did it some hours ago and nothing happened

 

3 minutes ago, Squid said:

After that, I'd take a shot at redoing your cache drive as XFS (since you're not using multiple devices on it)

- How can I do that? Im asking because I have files running there...

 

Thanks again!

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22 minutes ago, MixHabier said:

Hi! Thanks for your reply!

 

- How can I run the memtesst? Directly in the BIOS?  DONE 🤪

 

- I did it some hours ago and nothing happened 🤕

 

- How can I do that? Im asking because I have files running there... 🤔

 

Thanks again!

 

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Hello guys! Well, I did/tried a lot of things...

 

As @Squid recommended, I change to XFS (From BTRFS), I did all the steps recommended to change/replace the cache disk for FAQ (move the files from cache to array), but I lost all the VMs, and the problem continue.

I changed the memories. I changed the memories slots. I changed the bios. I leave the appdata without cache. I bypassed my FW. I forwarding the traffic to other ISP. I still having the same issue:  "Error: filesystem layer verification failed for digest sha256:xxxxxxxxxx"

 

I recovery an "old" backup from 3 weeks ago (when I didnt have the issue), same problem. 

 

At this moment, I dont know what can I do. The problem is that I really need the dockers option...

 

Please, any help will help a lot...

 

Thanks in advance

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