[Plugin] CA Fix Common Problems


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1 hour ago, khronos247 said:

Hi, 

Could I get assistance in deciphering the following Call Trace?  Also what are some resources to help figure out future errors because google search was not the most helpful?

 

Thanks!

 


Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: CPU: 0 PID: 0 Comm: swapper Not tainted 4.9.8-unRAID #1
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: Hardware name: System manufacturer System Product Name/P7H55-M LE, BIOS 0801    09/07/2012
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: ffffffff81c03d60 ffffffff813a34fa ffffffff81c03db0 ffffffff81988d29
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: ffffffff81c03da0 ffffffff8104d04c 0000034c81c03e18 ffffffff81e2801c
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: ffffffff81e28058 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000014140
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: Call Trace:
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff813a34fa>] dump_stack+0x61/0x7e
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff8104d04c>] __warn+0xb8/0xd3
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff8104d0f4>] warn_slowpath_fmt_taint+0x3f/0x47
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81cef157>] ? __early_ioremap+0x13e/0x1b7
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81475d16>] warn_invalid_dmar+0x70/0x7d
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff8167571b>] dmar_validate_one_drhd+0x8e/0xa0
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81475703>] dmar_walk_remapping_entries+0xe6/0x113
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81d01de1>] detect_intel_iommu+0x54/0xd1
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff8167568d>] ? xen_swiotlb_init+0x3ab/0x3ab
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81cd8c8b>] pci_iommu_alloc+0x50/0x6c
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81ce3e94>] mem_init+0x17/0x9d
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81ccbc98>] start_kernel+0x1d9/0x3dc
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81ccb120>] ? early_idt_handler_array+0x120/0x120
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81ccb2d6>] x86_64_start_reservations+0x2a/0x2c
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: [<ffffffff81ccb3be>] x86_64_start_kernel+0xe6/0xf3
Feb 19 23:20:19 Hiveserver kernel: ---[ end trace 0000000000000000 ]---

You really should create a new thread where more eyes will see it, and the entire diagnostics file as there may be other issues that led up to the call trace

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3 minutes ago, trurl said:

Misconfigured dockers.

Yeah, I've seen probably a half dozen diagnostics where various apps / whatever were storing folders / files within /mnt.  This check is fundamentally a bug fix for the check for disks being able to be written to.

 

I've got no problem making an exception for Recycle Bin (already there for UD) 

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1 minute ago, Squid said:

Yeah, I've seen probably a half dozen diagnostics where various apps / whatever were storing folders / files within /mnt.  This check is fundamentally a bug fix for the check for disks being able to be written to.

 

I've got no problem making an exception for Recycle Bin (already there for UD) 

 

Thanks that works.  I figured you picked up on UD and excluded the /mnt/disks.  Already had a poster think there was a disaster pending because of the RecycleBin folder message in FCP.

 

Why would apps store folders/files in /mnt/?  I really didn't want to do it for the Recycle Bin, but could not get the browse to work any other way because the browser branches from /mnt/.

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fixed: deleted /boot/config/Trial.key
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4 hours ago, etsi said:

What the following means? I was running the trial and upgraded the license.

 

Multiple registration keys found   - While unRaid will operate with multiple .key (registration files) within the config folder on the flash drive (ie: For simplicity sake you have multiple valid registrations and are storing them all within the config folder, you will run into problems if you ever need to transfer one of the registrations to another USB stick, as unRaid will not know which registration file to transfer, and the incorrect registration may get blacklisted. You should investigate and determine which key belongs to which USB stick and only have that particular key on that stick

 

 

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Thanks in advance!


~Spritz

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I have a massive amount of "The following files exist within the same folder on more than one disk."'s...

 

What's the best way to fix that? Do I need to just manually `stat` the files on both disks and manually delete the older/smaller one? Or is there an automated way to fix?

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8 hours ago, JustinAiken said:

I have a massive amount of "The following files exist within the same folder on more than one disk."'s...

 

What's the best way to fix that? Do I need to just manually `stat` the files on both disks and manually delete the older/smaller one? Or is there an automated way to fix?

 

Try unRAIDFindDuplicates.sh, I think it should help.

 

Otherwise, I would use a double pane file manager, like MC or Krusader or Dolphin, to compare folders and delete the duplicated folders and files.

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False positive on a folder with the difference being a trailing zero, but detected as a case difference:

 

The following directories exist with similar names, only differing by the 'case' which will play havoc with Windows / SMB access. Windows does NOT support folder names only differing by their case and strange results will happen should you attempt to manipulate the folders or files

/mnt/user/Documents/Document Backup/Nicholas-PC/AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/versions/1.1
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6 hours ago, hokeysmoke said:

False positive on a folder with the difference being a trailing zero, but detected as a case difference:

 

The following directories exist with similar names, only differing by the 'case' which will play havoc with Windows / SMB access. Windows does NOT support folder names only differing by their case and strange results will happen should you attempt to manipulate the folders or files

/mnt/user/Documents/Document Backup/Nicholas-PC/AppData/Roaming/.minecraft/versions/1.1
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Found and fixed.  

 

It wasn't trailing zero's, but any folder name that could be considered a number.

 

IE:  000000 and 0 would be considered the same, along with 1 and 000001

 

Will package up the fix and release after work.

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I noticed that I was getting a warning about inotify-tools being installed but no longer needed as I am on 6.3.2 and it is now built it.   However when I go to the nerd pack settings the inotify-tools package is not shown to enable the issue to be fixed.  Manually editing the underlying .cfg file for nerd pack shows that the option is set to "yes" so I can clear it by changing that to "no".   However I should be able to do this via the GUI I would have thought?

 

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4 hours ago, itimpi said:

I noticed that I was getting a warning about inotify-tools being installed but no longer needed as I am on 6.3.2 and it is now built it.   However when I go to the nerd pack settings the inotify-tools package is not shown to enable the issue to be fixed.  Manually editing the underlying .cfg file for nerd pack shows that the option is set to "yes" so I can clear it by changing that to "no".   However I should be able to do this via the GUI I would have thought?

 

Not sure if the fix needs to be to nerd pack plugin or the FCP plugin?

 

But it probably is now a waste of a test since even with the .cfg file set to install it, dmacias has removed the package from nerd pack.  Next update....

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Got a minor typo in one of the FCP log messages:

Mar 20 18:39:29 Tower root: Fix Common Problems: Error: Probable 32 Big package ntfs-3g-2010.3.6-i486-1.txz found on the flash drive in the packages folder

I think you meant to say "32 Bit package..." not "32 Big package...".  I'm not sure a "Big" package is necessarily a problem.

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I have recently upgrades my system from 4.7 to 6.3.2 and have upgraded several disks from 2 to 4TB. Current configuration is:

6 data  XFS

1 cache BTRFS

1 parity

2 empty slots disks 7 & 8 (used for preclearing, copying etc.

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I went through the conversion process from rfs to xfs. In that process there was a recommendation to have both include in each plus exclude slots 7 & 8 (disk).

 

I have an error for both shares saying I am including and excluding and to correct this. Both share indicate that neither share is excluding any disks. However it also only shows 6 disks not 8.

 

How can I correct this?

 

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