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Hey group! 


Having some issues with my Unraid server.  I have had this set up for a while now and it was working perfectly up until this weekend.  


The server is a Dell R720 with 8 disks running Unraid 6.6.6


Over the weekend on Friday, the server was unavailable by website and ping.  Opening the iDrac to the server shows that the server crashed.  I do have a screen cap of that as well. Image 1. Then on Saturday the server website was down again and would not ping but I could get onto the console of the server and run commands which seemed to do nothing.  I rebooted the server.  Then on Sunday while watching a show on Plex the server crashed again.  I again have a screenshot of that.  Image 2.  I also have the diagnostics reports from the crashes.   Again tonight the server would not respond to ping or website.  I could get on the console and issue commands.  But nothing seemed to work again I reboot the server and it's running ok now.  


I am not sure if its the server having an issue - as in the iDrac no hardware issues are reported. Or if it's Unraid having the issue and crashing the server. 


I have attached the 2 screen caps as well as a diagnostic report. 


Any help is much appreciated! 


Thanks ahead of time 



IMAGE 2 UnraidBlueScreen2Feb102016942PM.jpg

IMAGE 1 UnraidBlueScreen.jpg

Monday Night - diagnostics-20190211-1934.zip

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Have you done a memtest?


Probably not related to crash, but why do you have a 50G docker image? 20G should be more than enough. Have you had a problem filling docker image before?

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I dont know why i never thought to do a mem test I will do one now....


I did have issues with docker images filling up so I did expand it then I fixed the problem with that a while ago.

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You can delete and recreate docker image to a more reasonable size and add your dockers back exactly as they were using the Previous Apps feature on the Apps page.

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Alright Mem Check passed with no errors.  I think my usb might be the issue.  Its slightly bent.... Is the logs tell anything about usb issues?

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10 hours ago, YourTan2 said:

Is the logs tell anything about usb issues?

I didn't notice anything that would make me suspect a problem with the flash drive.


If you want to try anyway just copy the config folder from flash to your PC then prepare it as a new install and copy the config folder back.


That method will also work with a new flash but you would have to go to Tools - Registration to transfer the license.

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Thanks trul the server has been running ok until tonight.  I moved the USB from the back of the server to the front as a test last week when running the memory test.  Then tonight the server crashed again while watching a TV show off plex.  I do have another set of logs pulled. I am wondering if this is from a scheduled task or the like?  Would upgrading to 6.7 help at all? 


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Still don't see anything.


You aren't trying to overclock are you?

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Evening, just an update it crashed 3 times over the weekend.... It seems to crash on the weekend mostly.  When it crashed today there was this error when booting up "cat: write error: broken pipe"  not sure what that means.  




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1 hour ago, YourTan2 said:

"cat: write error: broken pipe" 


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