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I apologize if I am completely missing them.  But are there any update notes anywhere to share what has been changed in 6.7.2?

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On 6/25/2019 at 3:50 PM, limetech said:

Version 6.7.2 2019-06-25

Base distro:

  • kernel-firmware: version 20190620_7ae3a09
  • php version: 7.2.19 (restore sqlite support)
  • sqlite version: 3.28.0

Linux kernel:

  • version: 4.19.56

 

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12 minutes ago, sekrit said:

I apologize if I am completely missing them.  But are there any update notes anywhere to share what has been changed in 6.7.2?

The first post of any thread where LimeTech announce a new release normally contains the release notes for that release.

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On 7/8/2019 at 4:18 PM, chris1259 said:

Created a new v6.7.0, copied my config onto the USB, but all issues remain. The only plug-in that was upgraded since June 18th, 2019 was Community Applications and i doubt that's the issue. There must be a hardware issue with the machine. remove host keys from C:\\Users\\Administrator/.ssh/known_hosts and now i can connect to the web GUI and ssh to the machine again. I will report back next week if everything is still working.

After 6 days the server is still stable on v6.7.0. Something that i can't track down in v6.7.1 or v6.7.2, network related, broke for me.

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1 hour ago, chris1259 said:

After 6 days the server is still stable on v6.7.0. Something that i can't track down in v6.7.1 or v6.7.2, network related, broke for me.

 

Make a copy of /config/network. cfg and then delete that file from the flash drive.  Now reboot the server.  

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Hi I'm currently running issues with my unraid server where I'm having constant random reboot. Initially it would reboot once or twice a day. Lasting sometimes a day or even just a few hours.

 

I then tried disabling the Spectre/Meltdown Mitigations but it would still reboot, this time longer now, after about a week of running. Happened twice now.

 

I'm running both dockers and VMs, and tried to isolate my running VMs and shutdown the dockers but it would still reboot. Did a memtest but no errors was found.

 

Any other people having same issues?

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7 hours ago, laurenceco said:

Hi I'm currently running issues with my unraid server where I'm having constant random reboot. Initially it would reboot once or twice a day. Lasting sometimes a day or even just a few hours.

 

I then tried disabling the Spectre/Meltdown Mitigations but it would still reboot, this time longer now, after about a week of running. Happened twice now.

 

I'm running both dockers and VMs, and tried to isolate my running VMs and shutdown the dockers but it would still reboot. Did a memtest but no errors was found.

 

Any other people having same issues?

Rebooting is almost certainly a hardware issue. Go to Tools-diagnostics and attach the complete Diagnostics zip file to your next post. 

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18 hours ago, Frank1940 said:

 

Make a copy of /config/network. cfg and then delete that file from the flash drive.  Now reboot the server.  

Thanks. I will try that after i re-run the upgrade and report back the results.

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I upgraded to 6.7.2 from 6.6.6 about a week ago and all seems well. Before that I replaced the Marvell SATA controllers with an LSI Broadcom SAS HBA. Disk access times are better too.

 

I did have one anomaly. Sometime during the early morning I could not access shared from any computer on my network.  The webgui was still running but show zero CPU utilization.  I tried to shutdown,  but all I got were the standard shutdown warnings and nothing happened.  After about 45 minutes I forced it down and restarted.  

 

Everything came back up but it had to do a parity check. I've never had this happen before.

 

Dale

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3 hours ago, dchamb said:

I upgraded to 6.7.2 from 6.6.6 about a week ago and all seems well. Before that I replaced the Marvell SATA controllers with an LSI Broadcom SAS HBA. Disk access times are better too.

 

I did have one anomaly. Sometime during the early morning I could not access shared from any computer on my network.  The webgui was still running but show zero CPU utilization.  I tried to shutdown,  but all I got were the standard shutdown warnings and nothing happened.  After about 45 minutes I forced it down and restarted.  

 

Everything came back up but it had to do a parity check. I've never had this happen before.

 

Dale

IF this happens again, start a new thread in the "General Support" sub-forum.  Be sure to attempt to get a Diagnostics file     Tools     >>>>   Diagnostics    before you try a reboot.  I would tell you to start the  Syslog Server       Settings   >>>    Syslog Server     with the   'Mirror syslog to flash:'   setup but it can be hard on your flash drive unless you feel it might happen with a few days of today.

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6 hours ago, Frank1940 said:

IF this happens again, start a new thread in the "General Support" sub-forum.  Be sure to attempt to get a Diagnostics file     Tools     >>>>   Diagnostics    before you try a reboot.  I would tell you to start the  Syslog Server       Settings   >>>    Syslog Server     with the   'Mirror syslog to flash:'   setup but it can be hard on your flash drive unless you feel it might happen with a few days of today.

That's the problem. This has been the only time it happened so I have no basis to determine when it might happen again. If it does, I believe there is close to a zero chance that getting a Diagnostics file saved since everything appeared to be down before the reboot. There was a syslog from before and after the crash though.

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On 7/15/2019 at 11:22 PM, dchamb said:

That's the problem. This has been the only time it happened so I have no basis to determine when it might happen again. If it does, I believe there is close to a zero chance that getting a Diagnostics file saved since everything appeared to be down before the reboot. There was a syslog from before and after the crash though.

Turn on the Syslog server    Settings   >>> Syslog Server   and set it up to "Mirror syslog to flash:".   Turn on 'Help' for how to do this and the warnings.  

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Frank1940,

 

Thanks! It is now set if this happens again. I've attached the syslog from the first and only time it failed. Not sure what to make of it except I see a general protection fault (which to me usually indicates a memory leak) and an error on the SSD drive, but nothing further shows up on the SSD. Ran SMART tests and it shows fine. 

 

Dale

tower-diagnostics-20190712-1413.zip

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