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  1. A simple plugin that indexes most of the pages within the GUI and allows you to search for them directly from the menu bar without having to guess if they are within Settings - Utilities, Tools, System Profile, etc. Note that If you run Custom Tabs via the plugin, have a few of them, and your browser width is at the minimum 1280px you may see some display aberration where the buttons (switch language, log out etc) and search bar wind up below where they are supposed to be. (Don't we all have 1920px monitors minimum now?) It does not index any pages that are already ava
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  2. Nö. Es gibt wohl die Möglichkeit die Laufwerke mit einer anderen Firmware zu versehen, damit sie schneller rippen, aber auch ohne diese Modifikation gibt es da keine Probleme. Zum Rippen nutze ich ausschließlich MakeMKV und 5.25 Zoll Blu-Ray Laufwerke.
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  3. You don't need to pass in the device to the container. It really is as simple as loading the plugin to get the drivers going and then telling Frigate to use it. detectors: coral_pci: type: edgetpu device: pci
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  4. Hello Unraid Community! It has come to our attention that in recent days, we've seen a significant uptick in the amount of Unraid server's being compromised due to poor security practices. The purpose of this post is to help our community verify their server's are secure and provide helpful best-practices recommendations to ensuring your system doesn't become another statistic. Please review the below recommendations on your server(s) to ensure they are safe. Set a strong root password Similar to many routers, Unraid systems do not have a password set by default.
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  5. Hi All, So first time posting and getting ready to order components for my first UNRAID/Plex Media Server build. Below are the components I am leaning towards at the moment and also I've listed out main use cases for this build to help with recommendations. Sincerely appreciate any recommendations or tips folks have. Budget - Uses: 4K Streaming - I do share my Plex with friends and family but I cap all external streams to the 1080p library and have a separate 4K library only available on local devices which are all NVIDIA Shield TV Pros I already
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  6. You've got some big files that you're creating yourself -rw-rw-rw- 1 root root 379021 Mar 28 14:18 internet_uptime.log -rw-rw-rw- 1 root root 180933 Mar 28 13:48 plex_empty_trash.log your script creating the latter is also logging what it's doing every hour. You've got atop installed via NerdPack, which usually isn't recommended as it can be a pig on steroid's that just had a dinosaur for lunch. Also some smbd errors which I'm not quite sure what to make of.
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  7. You have a docker container that is referencing /mnt/user/disks You should be able to see that on the docker page and hitting the caret to expand any of the path mappings.
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  8. several of us are using this: and using the hpssa option to enable it I use it on a p420i that does not have native hba mode. If yours supports hba mode, then it should be ok and you'll save yourself a pci slot for other things.
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  9. Unsure - Been a long time since before I bought my PlexPass. A good question to ask on the Plex support forum, as it is an issue with the Plex application itself.
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  10. Changed the cable for disk 7 and everything is back to normal.. Thank you so much for the help.
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  11. Mar 28 13:17:33 Monterrey root: cat: /boot/config/plugins/ca.mover.tuning/ca.mover.tuning.cfg: No such file or directory Make a change to the settings for mover tuning (apply), then try again. After that, either uninstall the mover tuning plugin or post in it's support thread.
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  12. After some digging, I found that the problem is due to Deluge setting a cookie whose value is longer (1819 bytes) than noVNC can cope with, hence the 403 Request Entity Too Large. Quite why it needs that much to list which columns should be shown, and in what order, I don't know! I don't suppose this is that easy to fix — I assume the limit is in upstream code somewhere? As a workaround I've changed the Deluge Docker container to provide http://«servername»:8112 as its web interface, so that the browser sees it as being a separate webserver from http://«ip», which is wh
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  13. Hey there, The error shows you left the address as the default (unraid.local), you'll need to edit the container and give it the right address. Visit Unraid WebUI > click Docker > Click on the logo next to PhoenixStats > click Edit > Change Miner Host from unraid.local to your Unraid server's local IP > click Apply Then visit the PhoenixStats UI again and it should be working.
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  14. Das ist eine Vorstellung die wohl vielen gefallen würde.. aber es ist stand heute nicht möglich, bzw. die möglichen Umsetzungen schlicht zu leistungsschwach und zu teuer. Ich denke wir müssen warten, bis Intel mit den diskreten GPUs auf den Markt kommt und hoffen, dass diese ebenso wie die iGPUs gvt-g unterstützen. Damit wären die beiden Hersteller dann endlich mal gefordert, ihre Lösungen - wie schon lange gefordert - für Consumerhardware frei zugänglich zu machen.
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  15. Disks are not mounting because of read errors: Mar 27 15:05:58 Media kernel: md: disk13 read error, sector=8590653888 Mar 27 15:05:58 Media kernel: md: disk13 read error, sector=8590653896 Mar 27 15:05:58 Media kernel: md: disk13 read error, sector=8590653904 ... Mar 27 15:05:58 Media kernel: md: disk14 read error, sector=8590548952 Mar 27 15:05:58 Media kernel: md: disk14 read error, sector=8590548960 Mar 27 15:05:58 Media kernel: md: disk14 read error, sector=8590548968 .. Mar 27 15:05:59 Media kernel: md: disk16 read error, sector=8592953024 Mar 27 15:05:59 Media kernel: md: d
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  16. Be my guest. Use/modify it as you wish. It is nothing more than the standard UD Backup script modified to backup some additional shares. This is fine. It will take a while but just plug it in and let it run. I initially did about 8TB. I can't remember exactly how long it took but it was not an unreasonable amount of time.
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  17. If you want to have 3 domains all point to your public WAN IP it is very easy to do. The Cloudflare DDNS container would update your main domains IP (yourdomain1.com ) by means of a subdomain . For example you would set the container to update the subdomain dynamic.yourdomain1.com to be your public WAN IP So then dynamic.yourdomain1.com will always be pointing to your public WAN IP. Then any other domains or subdomains that you want to point to your public WAN IP, you just make a CNAME in your cloudflare account which points to dynamic.yourdomain1.com So fo
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  18. Oh yeah I see that now. OMG I must need sleep or something. So I fixed that, deleted the cache directory and rebooted the server. So far everything seems to be working. My guess is that one of the docker containers created that directory and a few started using that causing the configs to be wiped on reboot. thank you all for your help.
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  19. Settings -> Management Access -> Use SSL/TLS -> No
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  20. diagnostics-20210327-2247.zip Diagnostics attached. I really hope it's not a bad card. I've only had it for 2 months. It worked fine up until last weekend, but I guess it could happen. I'm 99.99% sure I updated both the BIOS and BMC/IPMI firmware when I built the server. I will have to check the BIOS on the next reboot though, if it locks up again. I have a feeling (mainly hope) pulling the GT710, and running the Unraid video out through the P2200 fixed it though. I'm running a Supermicro X9DRL-iF, which only has an open-ended 8x PCI-
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  21. Awesome, haha, I got this card randomly as a second-hand gift. I actually have 2 in the system right now, but Unraid is using one card as its primary right now, instead of the onboard graphics. A separate issue I'll deal with later. One thing at a time. It's a BIOS thing I believe, but I'm not too familiar with iDRAC in a Dell T420. I'm not physically at the server right now, doing everything remotely, but I'll be at it next week. Seeing how the OP listed the W5100 as compatible, makes me think this isn't a real FirePro, yet the packaging it came in seemed pretty legitimate. I did
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  22. @drpeppershaker@ainuke Only devices with IP's on the defined LAN_NETWORK container variable are allowed access. You can add additional network ranges to that variable.
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  23. # ls -lh /boot/config/modprobe.d/ total 0 -rw------- 1 root root 0 Mar 27 13:00 amdgpu.conf Attached is post reboot Cheers pronto-server-diagnostics-20210327-1944.zip
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  24. I lowered the font size, and made the box smaller.
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  25. is there any way to adjust the search length box? It totally blows my laptop screen out. Meaning If there was a way to limit the size of the box It would fit my screen. I did remove a couple of custom tabs that fixed my issue, but............. would be nice to be able to add or remove a few from the search box just incase we'd like to.
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  26. I would start with Ich777s ARK container, then when you catch the addiction look at my instructions for spinning up a cluster.
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  27. Selbst wenn du alle Platten ausbaust, wird der Stick danach noch gehen. Das einzige was sein kann, dass ein Container oder eine VM auf einem Share einer HDD liegt und die geht dann logischerweise nicht mehr. Mit Hardware wie einer Karte haben die HDDs aber rein gar nichts zu tun.
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  28. Ich nehme an, es soll eine Platte aus dem Array entfernt werden? Hier findest Du die offizielle Anleitung von Limetech dazu: Shrink array > Zur Not einfach mit dem Google Translater übersetzen... Oder besser mit Deepl
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  29. I got a few reports about issues with P2000 cards, after some troubleshooting it turned out that they where defective. Seems like for some cards the lifespan is over... But that's only a guess from me and doesn't mean that it the case for your card. Can you post your Diagnostics (Tools -> Diagnostics -> Download -> drop the downloaded file here in the text box). Please also make sure that you are on the latest BIOS version.
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  30. A better wild card would be - Unraid?Downloads.
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  31. Another theory... When the announcement was made that LimeTech was providing tools to allow users to easily access their servers directly from the Internet, hackers suddenly decided that this might well be a low hanging piece of fruit. These hackers (while they might be classed as 'loners') do 'network' with each other to exchange information. And I suspect that there will be a lot of Unraid users who have going to trying to see what can be done without having sufficient knowledge about the required security, monitoring techniques, and tools to keep the bad guys at bay. I h
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  32. A few suggestions if I may, from my experiences in the Cloud Infrastructure World; First, Reviewing Docker Folder Mappings (and to some extent VM Shares). Do all you Docker Containers need read and write access to non appdata folders? If it does, is the scope of the directories restricted to what is needed, or have you given it full read/write to /mnt/user or /mnt/user0 ? For example I need Sonnarr and Radarr to have write access to my TV and Movie Share, so they are restricted to just that, they don't need access to my Personal Photos, or Documents etc. Whe
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  33. OMG...I have been running for several years it would seem plugged into the surge only socket....I only came to this post as I just had a power cut and got an immediate parity check which didn't feel right.
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  34. It’s found under Users in each password section. Good question
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  35. Unfortunately I tested that and it won't work -- Splunk is very particular about the permissions on a bunch of files and I was unable to get them working in a volume. I documented some of this in the readme on github. You'll get errors like KVStore failing to start, modular inputs failing to execute, some search commands not working -- a whole lot of pain. I think the solution is to prune your volumes after upgrades as I previously ddescribed. Perhaps unRAID could add a feature to do this automatically, or add a GUI button for it. I will note this in the readme on the n
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  36. Attached is a new "age_mover" which has the echo/log statements in it to help trouble shoot. Please replace the age_mover with this file if you have trouble. make a backup of the age_mover file cd /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/ca.mover.tuning/ cp age_mover age_mover_original copy the new file attached to this post to same location /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/ca.mover.tuning/ age_mover
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  37. Nice tips, I just wish it would be easier to setup KeysFile authentication and disable password authentication for the SSH. Just placing your pupkey in the UI and setting a checkbox to disable password auth would be nice. I currently have it setup like ken-ji describes here. Then i edited PasswordAuthentication to "no". Also think about a secure by default approach with future updates. Why not force the user to set a secure password on first load? Why even make shares public by default? Why allow "guest" to access SMB shares by default? Why create a share for the fl
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  38. This is not the XML its the HW passthrough of the eth. - I didnt do any manuel editing I just crossed [X] of the 4 LAN in the UI (Nothing virtual, MAC etc clean passthrough of the HW) Space invader makes a great video on how to get this working (Sorry whole family have ben down with Corona so that's why I haven't replied before now 🙂)
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  39. This docker has a little bug. /root/.ssh/ dir schould be mounted and persistent, as after container reinstall known_hosts and private keys are lost. As workaround I am using: ssh -i /config/id_rsa -o UserKnownHostsFile=/config/known_hosts -p 222 root@your.server.ip and my settings in rsnaphost.conf: ssh_args -i /config/id_rsa -o UserKnownHostsFile=/config/known_hosts -p 222 rsync_short_args -az # My mysql dump on my debian machine: backup_exec ssh -i /config/id_rsa -o UserKnownHostsFile=/config/known_hosts -p 222 root@your.server.ip "mysqldump --defa
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  40. Thanks for the considered response and for being open about it. Happy to take anything offline where helpful. Rate-limiting a great tool to employ as part of a wider security hardening toolkit. Unfortunately, with botnets the above will do little to prevent a brute-force of root on a specific server. All those hundreds of thousands if not millions of IoT devices that have been compromised will do their business for them from individual IP addresses. Fail2Ban suffers similarly. This is why layers are so important. Let me be clear, I am a paid customer and enthusiast of u
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  41. Things like movies, photos, videos, documents, etc. (the user shares) are what I care about having cached (via disk caching). It is browsing those folders that can cause disk spin up I wish to avoid. appdata can have hundreds of thousands of files (Plex database) and isos, domains, system and backup folders are likely to have very few so I don't really need to worry about caching them much. Besides, other than backup folders, they are all on the cache drive which is an SSD and I don't have to worry about spin up.
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  42. I also think we should unpin it too so its not bringing so much attention. At least until its resolved to work again.
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  43. If I understand you correctly, cache-dirs should no longer be used? Is there any use case left? If not, I think @Squid should probably do his thing with CA and FCP. Are you officially declaring cache-dirs dead for now?
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  44. Hey yo all, I'm the last active maintainer of the plugin cache-dir script (I guess since Joe wrote it). There's 'complaints' for a long time here, that cache-dir spikes CPU, and I finally had a look at it. As Hoopster (partially) writes above, a solution to the CPU spikes is to turn of the /mnt/user scanning. There were some hints in the cache-dir log as to what part of cache-dirs caused the cpu-issue, though as I'm the writer of those logs, its easier for me to understand them Here's a bit of info about the logs. This is a sample with user-dirs being scan
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  45. It was an error in the config file. To check syntax I suggest running rsnapshot configtest inside the docker container, as stated on the GitHub page for rsnapshot https://github.com/rsnapshot/rsnapshot/blob/master/README.md#configuration
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  46. So after a variety of attempts from a number of forum posts, the following approach link1 link2 worked for me: >> lsscsi [2:0:0:0] cd/dvd HL-DT-ST BD-RE WH14NS40 1.03 /dev/sr0 And then hand modifying the ubuntu XML VM with <controller type='scsi' index='0' model='virtio-scsi'/> <hostdev mode='subsystem' type='scsi'> <source> <adapter name='scsi_host2'/> <address type='scsi' bus='0' target='0' unit='0'/> </source> <readonly/> <address type='drive' controller='0' bus='0' target='0' unit='0'/>
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  47. Is Cache_Dir incompatible with OSX? It seems OSX will do a disk read no matter what, leading to it bypassing the directory cache? I wonder if OSX is trying to read the .ds_store file containing the folder meta data. If so, it would be good if unRAID has some way of keeping the .ds_store file on a SSD cache, thereby negating the need to spin up the whole array to read these small files. Does anyone know if there is a way to do that?
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  48. You could create a local backup and then rsync it over. Otherwise there are a bunch of guides here for backing up to NFS, SSHFS, and SMBFS http://wiki.rdiff-backup.org/wiki/index.php/TipsAndTricks
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  49. I find rdiff-backup best for my needs. From the website: Compared to rdiff-backup, rsync is faster, so it is often the better choice when pure mirroring is required. Also rdiff-backup does not have a separate server like rsyncd (instead it relies on ssh-based networking and authentication). However, rdiff-backup uses much less memory than rsync on large directories. Second, by itself rsync only mirrors and does not keep incremental information (but see below). Third, rsync may not preserve all the information you want to backup. For instance, if you don't run rsync as root, you will
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