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  1. [Support] binhex - SABnzbd

    You can edit it all day long. In basic view mode, you can simply type the appropriate path, or in advanced view the Edit button will appear. On any application nothing is stopping you from adding any additional mappings. You pretty much have to anyways to access your media within a container.
  2. From the prior diagnostics: Apr 20 19:29:56 unraid root: ERROR: unable to resize '/var/lib/docker': Read-only file system Now with the system in an inoperable state, can you log in locally via an attached keyboard /monitor and enter diagnostics if that fails, cp /var/log/syslog /boot/syslog.txt And then upload the resulting file.
  3. [Support] binhex - SABnzbd

    It appears when you hit show more settings. Personally, I would let Radarr, etc do the moving rather than Sab, but in this case you would do something like map /complete to /mnt/user/media, and set up your Categories as DVD, BluRay, mkv etc, and tell Sab to move completed downloads to /complete
  4. If I was going to take a guess, you've got a docker app download / whatnot into ram. Check for typo's etc on your path mappings. You've also got a metric tonne of this: Apr 4 19:27:25 TPHS04 kernel: CIFS VFS: Free previous auth_key.response = ffff8803de8a6000 Presumably (could be wrong) because of this Apr 5 11:02:59 TPHS04 kernel: CIFS VFS: Server TPHS03 has not responded in 120 seconds. Reconnecting... A reboot ultimately is your temporary fix
  5. Timeout implies wrong port, credentials, etc. Basically you're going to have to post the relevant log entries, the docker run command for each app, and the applicable settings within sonarr & sab
  6. Not a networking guy (and don't run pi-hole), but this seems strange to me (but could be perfectly normal for all I know) Apr 20 21:14:52 MediaServer avahi-daemon[1807]: Joining mDNS multicast group on interface virbr0.IPv4 with address 192.168.122.1. Apr 20 21:14:52 MediaServer avahi-daemon[1807]: New relevant interface virbr0.IPv4 for mDNS. Apr 20 21:14:52 MediaServer avahi-daemon[1807]: Registering new address record for 192.168.122.1 on virbr0.IPv4. Apr 20 21:14:52 MediaServer dnsmasq[3690]: started, version 2.78 cachesize 150 Apr 20 21:14:52 MediaServer dnsmasq[3690]: compile time options: IPv6 GNU-getopt no-DBus i18n IDN2 DHCP DHCPv6 no-Lua TFTP no-conntrack ipset auth no-DNSSEC loop-detect inotify Apr 20 21:14:52 MediaServer dnsmasq-dhcp[3690]: DHCP, IP range 192.168.122.2 -- 192.168.122.254, lease time 1h Apr 20 21:14:52 MediaServer dnsmasq-dhcp[3690]: DHCP, sockets bound exclusively to interface virbr0
  7. Does a test connection succeed or fail?
  8. Toss the stick into a desktop after powering down powerdown
  9. The snippet shows that your flash drive is either pooched or dropped offline. Try it in a different port (ideally USB2). You will have to reboot. And you will get a parity check happen when the system comes back. But, you can probably cancel the check as the shutdown should wind up being clean. This is the bulk of your problems Additionally, it appears that your docker.img file may have some corruption on it. Hard to tell though from a single line in the snip. Fix the flash problem first and then we'll approach the docker problems.
  10. [Plugin] CA Appdata Backup / Restore v2

    No. Possibility for the future though.
  11. - Uninstall Preclear Disk (delete /config/plugins/preclear.disk.plg from the flashdrive) - Reboot - Update the OS to 6.5.0
  12. [Plugin] CA Cleanup Appdata

    Nope. It goes through your installed / previously installed apps, determines what's not referenced any more by an installed app, and offers it up to delete. That's why there's the double confirmation before it does anything.
  13. And a side note. You really should consider changing the format of your drives from ReiserFS to XFS. Reiser is a dead filesystem, and as time goes on with later kernel versions, it occasionally gives some users strange problems.

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