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Can anyone assist?  On my dashboard tab I noticed under usable size, memory was 100%.  I ended up turning off Docker.  that went down to 1%.  Now when I turn Docker back on I get "Docker Service failed to start."  Server reboot and problem remains.  Can't access any of my containers.  Can anyone assist?

 

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Your docker image is corrupt. Have you had problems filling it? You will have to delete it in Settings - Docker and recreate it. Then you can reinstall your dockers just as they were using the Previous Apps feature on the Apps page.

 

Possibly you have some issues with the way one or more of your dockers is setup though which has caused these issues. What docker do you run?

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I'm wondering if I have a bad SSD in my cache pool.  Any recommendations to verify that?  I deleted the docker.img and am redownloading apps and it seems to be quite slow going that process

 

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Cache looks OK to me. I did notice you had given 35G to your docker image though, which is why I asked about filling it. 20G should be more than enough and its usage shouldn't grow.

 

Go to the Docker page, click Container Size button, and post a screenshot.

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Cache fs is OK but it's full, docker image ran out of space, and that's causing the problems.

 

 

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Mover moves cache-yes shares from cache to array and moves cache-prefer shares from array to cache. Mover IGNORES cache-no shares and cache-only shares.

 

You have cache-no shares anonymized as d----------p and T-------e with files on cache and they will not be moved.

 

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Name                              Container     Writable          Log
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binhex-minecraftbedrockserver       3.46 GB      1.43 GB      4.66 kB
binhex-minecraftbedrockserver2      3.46 GB      1.43 GB      4.44 kB
binhex-krusader                     2.47 GB      16.4 MB      16.7 kB
freepbx                                2 GB          0 B      22.8 MB
binhex-nzbhydra2                    1.11 GB      74.9 MB      71.9 kB
plex                                 724 MB       302 MB      6.67 kB
sonarr                               622 MB      21.1 MB      24.2 kB
ombi                                 606 MB       230 MB      11.4 kB
radarr                               574 MB      22.4 MB      16.1 kB
NginxProxyManager                    529 MB       193 kB      60.1 kB
HandBrake                            504 MB      85.3 kB      19.4 kB
nextcloud                            354 MB      40.2 kB      4.89 kB
Nextcloud-DB                         351 MB       344 kB      4.43 kB
NginxProxyManager-DB                 351 MB       344 kB      4.43 kB
sabnzbd                              260 MB       303 kB      9.55 kB
headphones                           232 MB      18.2 MB      9.18 kB
steamwise                            204 MB          0 B      7.48 kB
steamwise2                           204 MB          0 B      6.43 kB
m3u8                                 167 MB      39.6 kB      7.41 kB
transmission                        78.1 MB      9.58 kB      6.92 kB
 

 

I did a bit of clean up of some containers that were kicking around.  This is what remains.

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16 minutes ago, johnnie.black said:

Cache fs is OK but it's full, docker image ran out of space, and that's causing the problems.

Is this why your cache is so full?

5 minutes ago, trurl said:

You have cache-no shares anonymized as d----------p and T-------e with files on cache and they will not be moved.

 

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1 minute ago, trurl said:

Is this why your cache is so full?

 

I had two empty folders on cache that shouldnt have been there based on the cache-no shares.  No content in them but they have been removed now.

 

My cache disk is fairly full because I have 3 VMs with relatively large disks running on cache.  That plus the Docker sizes consume most space.

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22 minutes ago, trurl said:

You have cache-no shares anonymized as d----------p and T-------e with files on cache and they will not be moved.

What are these shares anonymized as d----------p and T-------e ?

 

As I explained, mover ignores cache-no shares. If a share already has files on cache, setting the share to cache-no will not get any of those files off cache. The user share settings only applies to newly written files. So if a share has files on cache, and you set it to cache-no, no more files for that share will be written to cache, but mover will ignore the share and so those files will never be moved from cache.

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13 hours ago, trurl said:

What are these shares anonymized as d----------p and T-------e ?

 

As I explained, mover ignores cache-no shares. If a share already has files on cache, setting the share to cache-no will not get any of those files off cache. The user share settings only applies to newly written files. So if a share has files on cache, and you set it to cache-no, no more files for that share will be written to cache, but mover will ignore the share and so those files will never be moved from cache.

Those were two empty folders.  When I changed the shares to no longer be on the cache drive some time ago, I had moved them off to the array but forgot the root share folder (which was empty).  All the content inside were moved off to array already.  Those empty folders have been removed from the cache

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You still need to free up some space on cache, this might help if any of those VMs are running Windows 8/10.

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