I’ve had to move my XCPNG backups to my TrueNAS core box as my Synology finally bit the dust. I’ve been having issues with my backups failing so tonight/this morning I started poking around. XOA was showing
**Error** : HTTP connection has timed out as the reason for the backup failing. I did find Tom’s post in the forums about this Backup failing with "Error: HTTP connection has timed out" | XCP-ng and XO forum and have added the file that Oliver suggested and it seems to be working so far, but backups are taking forever still. I also noticed that nsfsrv_cache_session: no session IPaddress=(my XPNNG mgmt IP) was showing repeatedly on the console of my Truenas box.
This is an IX systems TRUENAS-MINI-3.0-X+ box that I stuffed 5 8TB Seagate Ironwolfs into a 5 disk RaidZ2 pool.
I’m certainly not a storage guy - networks are my day job so maybe I’ve botched something up? I’ve tried to not twiddle the knobs so to speak, so it’s pretty much a stock Core install.
I’m sitting at about 41% of the space in the pool used. I did read that one should try and keep things below 80% utilization with ZFS, but I’m not even close to that.
Anyone have any suggestions on what it might be? It seems that it may not only be NFS affected. I was moving a bunch of data over from my windows box via SMB and it seemed to keep pausing as well. At first I thought it was a bad SFP so I swapped that out on the switch side tonight but that didn’t seem to help.