So I have a bit of a weird issue. I updated my Plex VM (sudo apt update/upgrade) that runs Ubuntu Server 18.04.3 LTS. After the updates completed and the VM rebooted, I started having issues with logging in via the vnc connection as messages continue to pop up that interrupt the login process. Plex no longer loads and I can't access the system. I have since tried installing Ubuntu Server 18.04 LTS, 18.04.4 LTS, and 19.10 and they are all throwing the same/similar error messages before I can even login. At this time I am unable to login to even a completely fresh install. However, I have other un-updated VMs running 18.04.3 LTS that are running just fine because I haven't updated them. (I assume.) They aren't throwing any errors and are fully operational. It appears to me that there is some kind of incompatibility with newer versions of Ubuntu and running it in a Freenas VM? I also went ahead and updated Freenas from 11.2 U8 to 11.3 U2 and upgraded both of my pools. The pool in question here is the 22 x 4TB drives in a RAID10 setup. The VM images are stored on this pool. I have checked for errors under the status tab and it shows zero errors. I am currently running a scrub as well.