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[6.4.1] Getting upstream timed out errors, GUI timeout issues

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Since updating to 6.4.1 have had a TON of general performance issues with the GUI timing out and Docker not working properly

 

Mar 3 21:44:40 Tower nginx: 2018/03/03 21:44:40 [error] 3377#3377: *1226651 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading upstream, client: 192.168.15.236, server: , request: "GET /Main HTTP/2.0", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock:", host: "e8f33707d4d1916672891cee99ed8854bd636c.unraid.net", referrer: "https://e8f33707d4d1916672891ced99ed8854bd636c.unraid.net/Docker"

 

Same thing with the Network Tools. Reboot does not necessarily resolve problems or if it does, problem returns

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Collecting via GUI timed out, trying from Terminal now....not sure how long it's supposed to take. Says Starting diagnostics collection and then just sits there

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Here it is. Now also getting a lot of errors with the cache drive (single SSD, not a pool) - not sure what to do about that either

kernel: BTRFS: error (device sdb1) in btrfs_start_dirty_block_groups:3795: errno=-5 IO failure

 

Thanks for any help, system is completely non-responsive now.

tower-syslog-20180304-0212.zip

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Cache device dropped offline, check cables, you should probably also use an onboard port instead, as there are reports that trim isn't currently working with LSI2308.

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8 minutes ago, eubbenhadd said:

You happen to know if using an onboard port is an option with a Limetech AVS 10/4?

Why woudn't it be? Since they are all in use you just need to swap cables with a disk.

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So the upstream error is related to the SSD issue? I haven't been home yet to reconnect the drive, but I formatted the cache drive and moved the data back prior to your earlier response and the BTRFS errors are gone but I still am having performance issues (not as bad) and still getting the upstream errors periodically

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So the upstream error is related to the SSD issue?

No, the SSD dropped offline and that's obviously bad and will create all sorts of issues.

 

 

 

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