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syebrexsr

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Sabnzbd keeps pausing.

The following picture shows my used space, even though my drive space fluctuate back and forth; look at the picture it never changes. The 148 never changes at all? Even though Sabnzbd says I am low on space at about 100GB. Help :)

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Hetzner EX42-NVMe

I7-6700
64GB ram
500GB NVMe
 

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Datamonkeh

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SAB updates every few seconds, it’s pretty accurate and if you have the limit set to 100GB (why?), it’ll stop at 100GB. I’d suggest if running as R0 you have 1TB less OS and meta data, so try the following:

1. Confirm RAID type used - we have a automated backup option, server rebuilds take minutes, not hours, R1 doesn’t need to be a thing.
2. Set download lower than upload.
3. Have you done the network driver fix so you can actually upload at gigabit?
3. Implement cleanup on download directories and logs.
4. If you don’t have a specific reason why you chose 100GB as your cut-off, change it to something more sensible.
 

syebrexsr

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SAB updates every few seconds, it’s pretty accurate and if you have the limit set to 100GB (why?), it’ll stop at 100GB. I’d suggest if running as R0 you have 1TB less OS and meta data, so try the following:

1. Confirm RAID type used - we have a automated backup option, server rebuilds take minutes, not hours, R1 doesn’t need to be a thing.
2. Set download lower than upload.
3. Have you done the network driver fix so you can actually upload at gigabit?
3. Implement cleanup on download directories and logs.
4. If you don’t have a specific reason why you chose 100GB as your cut-off, change it to something more sensible.
I have never set a limit, I was saying that it would stop at 100GB, or at 75 GB, it seems it has a twisted mind of it's own (ha, ha).

I see that there is some limiter and my uploads are usually around 8 Megabytes per second.

Code:
Raid1
              Name : rescue:2
              UUID :******************************************
            Events : 1098

    Number   Major   Minor   RaidDevice State
       0    **9        7        0      active sync   /dev/nvme1n1p3
       1     259        3        1      active sync   /dev/nvme0n1p3
[email protected] ~ # cat /proc/mdstat
Personalities : [raid1] [linear] [multipath] [raid0] [raid6] [raid5] [raid4] [raid10]
md2 : active raid1 nvme1n1p3[0] nvme0n1p3[1]
      465894720 blocks super 1.2 [2/2] [UU]
      bitmap: 3/4 pages [12KB], 65536KB chunk

md1 : active raid1 nvme1n1p2[0] nvme0n1p2[1]
      523264 blocks super 1.2 [2/2] [UU]

md0 : active raid1 nvme1n1p1[0] nvme0n1p1[1]
      33520640 blocks super 1.2 [2/2] [UU]

unused devices: <none>
I can take snap shots, hrm, if I create a raid 0 and get the added space, then should I be able to restore the snapshot on the expanded drive?

Can't continue on until we figure out what to do about expanding the drive.

Speed:

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doob

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You run pgmove !!!!
There is a limiter to set 8MB to upload speed.

So basically you want super fast filling your drives

Use tdrive ( pblitz ) and not PGMOVE !!!

that's all

You can try 1000x ways to get it faster , but the upload limit is gdrive ( max upload 750GB per day !!! )

So step back .. Deploy BLITZ !! and you get it
 
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Edrock200

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Sabnzbd is also notorious for not doing a great job of cleaning up after itself, especially for failed downloads. In the options you can set it to auto clear history after x days, you can also set it to purge and delete failed downloads in the schedules settings. I also run a script to delete everything in the sand download directory that's older than 7 days old, it runs daily.
 
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syebrexsr

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So, I think last question, the 148GB used space never changes in this picture, do you know what the cause may be?

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doob

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So, I think last question, the 148GB used space never changes in this picture, do you know what the cause may be?

View attachment 4841

This line is for the UI


 

Edrock200

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This line is for the UI


That doesn't seem right. I think it might be for all of /opt/appdata maybe? Mine says 576gb used. My opt/appdata/plexguide dir uses 116k. My opt/appdata dir is roughly 576gb
 

syebrexsr

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I thought that number is for the total amount used and should change when the data is moved to G Drive?
 

doob

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See the difference


I thought that number is for the total amount used and should change when the data is moved to G Drive?
Nope its for local used space for /opt/appdata
 
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syebrexsr

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ok, thank you.
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ok, so I got rid of the incomplete which freed up 200GB Now I have 175 GB things have been running fine; all of a sudden Sabnzbd pauses again out of no where, why>??>:
 
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