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  1. 2 points
    Lian Li makes some nice large capacity traditional (non-rackmount) cases, so does Fractal Design. Have you upgraded to 8TB disks yet? Personally I'd prioritize upgrading to larger hard drives over buying a bigger case.
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    Application Name: Bitwarden Description: This is a Bitwarden server API implementation written in Rust compatible with upstream Bitwarden clients*, perfect for self-hosted deployment where running the official resource-heavy service might not be ideal. Application Site: https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/mprasil/bitwarden/ Github: https://github.com/dani-garcia/bitwarden_rs Thanks to dani-garcia and mprasil for this application Application Name: diyHue Description: diyHue allows you to create your own Philips Hue system easily and at a much lower cost. By default it supports just WiFi lights and sensors, but it can be extended to also controll ZigBee devices such as Tradfri, Genuine Phillips Hue, Xiaomi and others. Application Site: https://github.com/diyhue/diyHue Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/diyhue/core/ Github: https://github.com/diyhue/diyHue Install Instructions: https://diyhue.readthedocs.io/en/latest/getting_started.html#docker-install Thanks to Marius Motea for this application Application Name: SteamCacheBundle Description: This docker container provides a caching proxy server for game download content. For any network with more than one PC gamer connected, this will drastically reduce internet bandwidth consumption. This container is designed to support any game that uses HTTP and also supports HTTP range requests (used by Origin). This should make it suitable for: Steam (Valve) Origin (EA Games) Riot Games (League of Legends) Battle.net (Hearthstone, Starcraft 2, Overwatch) Frontier Launchpad (Elite Dangerous, Planet Coaster) Uplay (Ubisoft) Windows Updates Thanks to @mlebjerg for combining all the docker images and creating the template Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/mlebjerg/steamcachebundle/ Github: https://steamcache.github.io/ https://github.com/mlebjerg/SteamCacheBundle Install Instructions: https://squishedmooo.com/the-new-and-easier-all-in-one-steamcache/ Application Name: Ghost Description: Ghost is a fully open source, adaptable platform for building and running a modern online publication Application Site: docs.ghost.org/docs Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/_/ghost/ Github: https://github.com/TryGhost/Ghost Install Instructions: https://squishedmooo.com/how-to-setup-a-blog-with-ghost/ Application Name: Cloud Commander Description: Cloud Commander is an orthodox web file manager with console and editor. Application Site: http://cloudcmd.io/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/coderaiser/cloudcmd/ Github: https://github.com/coderaiser/cloudcmd Application Name: VNC Web Browser Description: This container provides a VNC connection, via web or VNC client, to an Xfce desktop with access to both FireFox and Chrome browsers Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/consol/centos-xfce-vnc/ Github: https://github.com/ConSol/docker-headless-vnc-container Application Name: OAuth2 Proxy Description: A reverse proxy and static file server that provides authentication using Providers (Google, GitHub, and others) to validate accounts by email, domain or group. Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/cheesemarathon/oauth2-proxy/ Github: https://github.com/bitly/oauth2_proxy Install Instructions: https://squishedmooo.com/how-to-setup-oauth2-proxy-on-unraid/ Application Name: Metabase Description: Simple access to Metabase through a Docker container. Metabase is the easy, open source way for everyone in your company to ask questions and learn from data Application Site: http://www.metabase.com/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/metabase/metabase/ Github: https://github.com/cheesemarathon/docker-templates Not recommended for use anymore but still here for reference and support: Application Name: generic-cache Description: Provides the same function as SteamCacheBundle but uses several containers instead of one! Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/steamcache/generic/ Github: https://steamcache.github.io/ Install Instructions: https://squishedmooo.com/how-to-install-steamcache-on-unraid/ Please post any questions/issues relating to these containers you have in this thread.
  3. 1 point
    This is what I see when I choose NFS. Click on the 'Search for servers in local network' button to find NFS servers and the 'Load Shares' button to show the shares. If you don't see this, then update UD.
  4. 1 point
    I'm sure there was a reason but it wasn't obvious and after seeing the issue I'm just saying to be careful about using BTRFS with older hardware. Test it and make sure it's stable before jumping in with both feet. I'm not the only one that has had BRTFS corruption occur for no apparent reason. I'm using it fine now on newer hardware since I've done some upgrades in the last year.
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    Something else to consider is ease of drive replacement, especially with regards to the potential for dislodging cables on good drives while replacing a bad drive. The more drives in the case, the more often you might be in there. I can tell you from personal experience and watching the forums here that a dislodged or damaged cable during maintenance happens very frequently, unfortunately. The best solution is externally accessible hot swap bays. A case like the Antec 900 with a set of Supermicro CSE-M35T-1B cages in the externally facing 5.25" bays is great. Internally accessible hot swap bays are another option, common in Lian Li cases. If you can't go with either of those options, then the ability to remove both sides of the case so you can work the drive removal from both the front and back of the drive is very nice. Hot swap feels like a luxury until you have case stuffed with drives, a mass of power and SATA cables, and the need to surgically remove a drive in the middle of it all. I'm not sure whether you can remove both sides of the Nanoxia, it's probably worth studying the pictures and any available videos.
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    That Nanoxia is a nice case man, I have been looking at something to replace my 24 bay rack mount so I don't have to stuff it in the unfinished basement...that might just put me over the edge.
  7. 1 point
    Something like the Lian Li PC-D8000 would be very nice, but probably blow your budget...
  8. 1 point
    On the Rackmount question: You can make them "More quiet" but as they are built for large air flows, by definition you have to move a lot of air through them. My 24 bay server has 5 fans, I've replaced them with high end fans (Noctua) and have the speed controlled by temp...when the server is being used for a parity check there is a noticeable wind-rushing sound...the fans themselves are nearly silent but the air they have to move to cool the drives is huge in volume. This is all about trade-offs. You can go with a standard case and use a 5-in-3 caddy with a fan, that has directed isolated air flow so the total volume of moving air would be lower and much more targeted...but if you have 3,4 or 5 of them air is still going to be moving. It is a little more easy in standard cases to control the other heat generators...for instance I have 2 fans + CPU heat sync fan in my rack mount, in a desktop case it would be a little more simple to use a passive CPU heat sync that is cooled with the exhaust from the 5-in-3's allowing you to optimize things...but the cost is room to work, rack mounts traditionally are cavernous (thus lots of air to hit the right places) while desktops can be much tighter but require less moving air to get them cool. One last point, with a desktop your temp rise from intake to output is going to be larger, as you are moving less air. Ok, lots of words there, but the summary is that it's all about trade offs, there is no one right answer to this question, both can work and work very well...often the position of the server (In the basement storage room vs in the entertainment center) is what dictates path more than anything else.
  9. 1 point
    Using command prompt try this command: nslookup steamcache.cs.steampowered.com It should return the IP of your router and then the second IP should be of your steam cache server Also, is your steam cache server not local? If not, what is the point in you setting this up? The only benefit I can see to running this is if you have a data cap on your internet. Having the server external makes no difference here. The second improvement it makes is faster downloads, but again only if the server is local. I guess if its very geographically close the downloads could be faster but nowhere near as fast compared to if the server was local.
  10. 1 point
    The issue is that python2 is installed, but python3 is not. If your scripts are compatible with python2, the easiest fix will be to change the shebang in your scripts to point to /usr/sbin/python2. Otherwise, I'll have to include python3 in the container. Let me know if you need python3 and I'll be happy to include it.
  11. 1 point
    v3.1.0 is available on App Store / Play Store ! 3.1.0 This release implement UPS status support ! The latest plugin version (2.5.0) needs to be installed on the server. Additionally, hardware back button handling has been restored (Android only) This should support both APC and NUT. It first looks for nut, then defaults to apc, if present at all.
  12. 1 point
    i wouldnt be too concerned with folders within the share having spaces, that should be fine, same deal with files
  13. 1 point
    Green means it's downloading from cached data, red means it's from the steam servers, yellow is other data that is just forwarded right through. Upon running the command you first commented about, did it return the IP of your steam cache server? Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  14. 1 point
    Download the smallest game you own. Then uninstall it. Now start it downloading again and run this command on your server. docker exec steamcache /scripts/watchlog.sh Does that return red, green, yellow or no text? Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  15. 1 point
    That command is simply to check that the DNS container is working nothing more. You can change your DNS settings in your router but this will affect every device on your network. Personally I felt this was not necessary as I only had one machine I wanted to steam cache. Up To you though, as long as your machine running steam points correctly to your DNS server, however you did it, it should work Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  16. 1 point
    Cache filesystem is fully allocated and that can result in out of space errors, see here:
  17. 1 point
    Audio card doesn't always play nice when it comes to pass through. There are a couple of threads about cards that doesn't want to be passed through, so I suggest you do a search and read up. Either way, you have to be prepared that the card you get might not work if you buy an untested card.
  18. 1 point
    No, you will need to provide your own certificates if you would like to use this option. The docker does not generate certificates by default. This shouldn't be hard to accomplish though. There's plenty of tutorials out there on how to use openssl to generate certificates.
  19. 1 point
    Yes. UnRaid recognizes drives by serial number, and if the drive is connected to a compatible controller or motherboard port, it will be recognized by unRaid regardless of which controller it is connected to at the time. In ancient versions this was not the case, and unRAID was dependent on the physical connection, but it has worked this way for many years.
  20. 1 point
    There is a plug-in called unbalance that has a gather option recently added. I think this might do what you want. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  21. 1 point
    Click the green "Download" button, and then once thats done, take the "trakttv.bundle" file and copy it to /mnt/user/appdata/<YOUR PLEX DOCKER>/library/Application Support/Plex Media Server/plug-ins/<PLUGINS GO HERE>
  22. 1 point
    Repository will be added to CA tonight Sent from my LG-D852 using Tapatalk
  23. 1 point
    There are some instructions for old versions of unRAID here: https://lime-technology.com/wiki/index.php/Replace_A_Cache_Drive But since you're running a very new version, how about this: 1. Stop your dockers and VMs. 2. Disable docker and VMs in Settings, and switch off array auto-start. 3. Set the shares that are present on your cache disk to "Use cache disk: Yes". 4. Run the mover. 5. Check that the cache disk is now empty. 6. Stop the array and unassign the cache disk, then power down. 7. Replace the cache disk. 8. Power up and assign the new cache disk, then start the array. 9. Format the new cache disk. 10. Change the shares that you want on your cache disk to "Use cache disk: Prefer". 11. Run the mover. 12. Check that the cache disk is no longer empty. 13. Enable docker and VMs in Settings, and switch on array auto-start if preferred. 14. Start dockers and VMs.
  24. 1 point
    Nice work! The Tips and Tweaks wiki hasn't been keeping up with the plugin! My AMD appears to be using a different governor, 'Driver' and 'Governor' are blank. Here's a few lines from my syslog, let me know what else you want. The words performance, conservative, powersave, or demand do not occur (not in related lines anyway). In the past, I thought I used to see more conventional governor lines, with those options listed. But v6 *may* have changed it for my CPU. Edit: did some research, my CPU may need powernow_k8 loaded, and it's not. It's remotely possible that I never turned Cool&Quiet on in my BIOS, but I know I used to see the CPU drop to 1000MHz, now it's stuck at 2411MHz. I checked lsmod, and acpi_cpufreq is listed! It's not in my syslog. The plot thickens... I'm sure you haven't finished, but "Max Freq. Latency" needs explanation, help. The unit is "ms", a time duration, but the word 'Freq' implies "things per time unit", not sure what "Max Freq. Latency" actually means. If it means 'maximum latency', then I assume you are selecting the highest of a number of readings? If so, then the average latency might also be useful. Another similar tweakable option you may be interested in is the "io scheduler". There's been considerable discussion of it in the past here. There have been requests before about the 'turbo write' option (which can dramatically speed writes to the array), requests for an ability to schedule it for certain times of the day. Since you've added scheduling, you might be interested in using it again for 'turbo write'? (sorry, my writing is often awkward, wish I could do better)