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  1. I added error message for missing directory. Thanks for the input!
  2. I solved it by downloading ffmpeg and using it to convert GIF to PNG. I added this to my 'go' file: # Start install ffmpeg cd /tmp wget https://johnvansickle.com/ffmpeg/builds/ffmpeg-git-amd64-static.tar.xz tar xf ffmpeg-git-amd64-static.tar.xz rm ffmpeg-git-amd64-static.tar.xz cd ffmpeg* cp ffmpeg /usr/local/bin/ cp ffprobe /usr/local/bin/ chmod 777 /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg chmod 777 /usr/local/bin/ffprobe cd .. rm -rf ffmpeg* # End install ffmpeg Then I use this in a script to convert from GIF to PNG: /usr/local/bin/ffmpeg -y -i image001.gif image001.png
  3. No need to run two instances, one instance works just fine with multiple databases.
  4. Maybe push a mock update to the v-version with changelog only requesting users to uninstall & re-install the plugin, so that the new versioning format can take over.
  5. If author removed the "v" in the version number, wouldn't uninstalling the plugin and then installing it make it see new versions without the "v"?
  6. Try to set the backup share to "Prefer". From the help description: "Prefer indicates that all new files and subdirectories should be written to the Cache disk/pool, provided enough free space exists on the Cache disk/pool. If there is insufficient space on the Cache disk/pool, then new files and directories are created on the array. When the mover is invoked, files and subdirectories are transferred off the array and onto the Cache disk/pool."
  7. If you want, you can try my script I've made exactly for this purpose. https://github.com/ICDeadPpl/UnraidScripts/blob/master/backup-appdata-usb-vm.sh It backs up the folders in your appdata location separately. It also backs up the USB flash drive and the libvirt.img file. I have it running on a schedule on my Unraid.
  8. Request: zstd compression tool. Github page: https://github.com/facebook/zstd Slackbuild page: https://slackbuilds.org/repository/14.2/system/zstd/ Pre-built package: https://slackware.pkgs.org/14.2/slackonly-x86_64/zstd-1.4.4-x86_64-1_slonly.txz.html
  9. Ah, that overlayfs is something I have for my "/root" directory. So I can disregard that error then. I've changed my libvirt.img to 1GB, thanks for the heads up!
  10. I added an SSD cache drive, and when the trim schedule runs it gives the same error as the OP. When I run the command manually, I get: root@Tower$ /sbin/fstrim -a -v /etc/libvirt: 50 GiB (53685309440 bytes) trimmed on /dev/loop4 /var/lib/docker: 30.6 GiB (32834031616 bytes) trimmed on /dev/loop3 /mnt/cache: 896 GiB (962065899520 bytes) trimmed on /dev/mapper/sdi1 fstrim: /tmp/overlay: FITRIM ioctl failed: Input/output error Does the "trimmed on /dev/X" part mean that the trim worked, and something after the trim didn't? I've attached output of the "hdparm -I /dev/sdi" command. I've changed the cable too, but it didn't make a difference. hdparm.txt
  11. Is there a way to reset the "Custom color" for the Tray Allocations page? Maybe add a "Default" option in the custom color drop down? So that if I've assigned my own colors on that page and later on want to handle the color assignments from the Configuration page?
  12. I like that it's easy to run apps and VMs for all purposes. I'd like to see better support for SSDs, in arrays and cache pools.
  13. Could we have 'fping' added? https://github.com/schweikert/fping/releases
  14. I'd try with changing the "php occ" part of each command to "sudo -u abc php7 /config/www/nextcloud/occ". That is unless you've changed your working directory to "/config/www/nextcloud/" with the command "cd /config/www/nextcloud/". Then you could use use "sudo -u abc php7 occ".
  15. Is there a way to include the "ngx_headers_more" module in this and the Nextcloud docker?
  16. How can I get the "docker-shell" command to work? Is it a script? Mind telling where I can find it? Now I get an error when I try the command: root@Tower$ docker-shell -bash: docker-shell: command not found
  17. When I disable Docker from Settings - Docker (Enable Docker = No), the status line at the bottom shows "Starting services" until the Docker containers are stopped.
  18. You have to edit the XML and change the network adapter type from 'vmxnet3' to 'e1000-82545em'. It should look like this: <interface type='bridge'> <mac address='53:44:00:57:30:d4'/> <source bridge='br0'/> <model type='e1000-82545em'/> </interface> Use 'vmxnet3' for performance or 'e1000-82545em' for compatibility with Apple services.
  19. Here's my Main page with array stopped, with keyfile present. The Start array button is greyed out, the only way to start the array is to start it via Dashboard or rebooting.
  20. I can't start the array from the "Main/Array Operation" page even when the keyfile is present. Starting via Dashboard is the only way for me to start the array, as I wrote in my first post. Edit: To clarify, I didn't delete the keyfile after the initial starting of the array. It was always present in the /root directory.
  21. So how is it not a bug that I can start the array from the Dashboard but not from the Main/Array Operation page?
  22. Are "peer-subnet" and "peer-mask" referring to the IP subnet and mask that Unraid is using, 192.168.1.0 and 255.255.255.0 in my case? (My Unraid has 192.168.1.15).
  23. Does anyone have a 'clean' unedited sshd_config file to share? Mine got messed up (by the ssh plugin). I uninstalled it and am going to go with the tips provided in this thread.
  24. You should edit the template to have the "<Volume type=“appdata”>", so that the volume mapping respects the user's choice of location for appdata: So this: <Data> <Volume> <HostDir>/mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/recipes</HostDir> <ContainerDir>/usr/src/app/recipes</ContainerDir> <Mode>rw</Mode> </Volume> <Volume> <HostDir>/mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server</HostDir> <ContainerDir>/config</ContainerDir> <Mode>rw</Mode> </Volume> <Volume> <HostDir>/mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/database</HostDir> <ContainerDir>/usr/src/app/database</ContainerDir> <Mode>rw</Mode> </Volume> <Data> would loook like this: <Data> <Volume type=“appdata”> <HostDir>/mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/recipes</HostDir> <ContainerDir>/usr/src/app/recipes</ContainerDir> <Mode>rw</Mode> </Volume> <Volume type=“appdata”> <HostDir>/mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server</HostDir> <ContainerDir>/config</ContainerDir> <Mode>rw</Mode> </Volume> <Volume type=“appdata”> <HostDir>/mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/database</HostDir> <ContainerDir>/usr/src/app/database</ContainerDir> <Mode>rw</Mode> </Volume> <Data>
  25. I have the same problem, the start array button is greyed out after stopping the array on the "Main - Array Operation" page. The "Start array" button on the Dashboard page does work, though. All my disks are encrypted, and the keyfile is present. After starting the array from the Dashboard, everything works just fine. It's just on the "Main - Array Operation" page that the start array button that is not working, because it is greyed out.