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  1. Any idea if you can use the configurator on a Dell PowerEdge R730XD? I have the 10G NIC installed and the fans go absolutely ballistic. I've ran the manual ipmitools command which drops them down to 9,500 RPM (ish) which is still VERY loud. I was rather hoping that I could use this tool to set the speeds lower to say like 7-8k RPM. I always Get this message when I go to Fan Control Tab. It tells me to click on configure button but there is no configure button. Any ideas?
  2. Any of the devs consider looking at this? Maybe something like Anchore, Clair, etc or another docker file that we can add to Unraid that would scan all the docker images we have in our Local Docker Repo and provide a report for UnRaid users? I think this would be really valuable for the community so they know of the images they are running, if there are any vulnerability and let them determine if its an acceptable risk. Thanks!
  3. Maybe a second look for an interested container expert to get this working for the community? Please.
  4. Wish I knew but there was something going on with the Windows host to the UnRaid host. I had tried swapping cards, cables, ports, etc. I also tried putting the 10G card in a FreeNas (BSD) box (completely separate 2u Dell server) and then ran Iperf3 on there and it worked fine. I tried driver settings and networking config settings (MTU, etc) and nothing worked. It had all the same networking hardware that was just in the Windows machine. I didn't have the time or hardware to install Windows on the Dell server to try it out there. If you have some time and the hardware it would be a good test to see if its a single Windows system or if its just something between Windows and Linux that is causing the slowdown. I know for a fact that I did a Windows to FreeNas with 10G and it saturated the 10G connection. I was looking for screenshots because I swear I took one (but I can't find it). FreeNas was in Raid-Z2 with 8 drives and the Windows was Hardware Raid6 with 10 drives. And at that time I had moved stuff from Windows to FreeNas at blistering speeds. I found it really odd that I had different speeds in different directions between Unraid and Windows. No other systems exhibited this behavior. I really put the 10G card in the Unraid box for 2 reasons. 1. The main reason... So I could transfer files from my old Windows server to my new Unraid box faster. 10g Windows host to 10g UnRaid host (Raid 6 on WIndows could easily saturate 10G). TBH... unless you are reading/writing it to an SSD or an Array setup you will max out the speed of the single drive. 3.2Gbps is much faster than sustained speed of the mechanical drive). 2. The lesser reason... So I can serve multiple clients at the same time and the network won't be the issue. Theoretically I have a 1Gbps unlink + internal Plex offerings. I could saturate that link and several home players before networking is an issue. That being said 3.2Gbps is still probably way more than you could ever saturate unless you have a > 1Gbps internet uplink. I'm not super satisfied with the outcome of this either but I just set the transfers to go and waited for them to be done with slow speed. I also ran into another issue with share settings and caching. Feel free to look up that thread I created. I did a lot of research there as well, essentially the sustained speed of the transfer would drop to double digits if you used most free with parity. Guessing it doesn't listen to the Parity write flag when it changes drives. I'm guessing but I think it started writing parity and slowing down everything. Long story but I figured out a work around in that thread for that problem.
  5. Did anyone figure out the umask setting or how to get Qbit to write files with different permissions so that someone other than nobody/users can access the files? Currently all files are written with 755. I would also be even more happy if I could change the user from nobody to a set user that I already have set. The one post I read claims that the following works: set -e UMASK_SET=000 It however breaks the image and makes you have to redeploy the container using the "Add Container" at the bottom and choosing the template and then removing the extra line (that you just added). -- FYI for those who had the issue. Not sure if someone here is a bit more advanced with this container and/or permissions but it would be very much appreciated if you could provide some insight to this issue. Thanks!
  6. Not on the Win10 machine. I blew it away after I built up Unraid and moved to containers. The Win 10 machine was running so much software it would have been really hard to find out what was causing it. I tried the obvious things like drivers, AV, etc. Gl.
  7. Is anyone able to get this to work on the UDM Pro? I posted a community post in the Ubiquiti forums about this as well and contacted their support which deferred me to the Unifi forums. https://community.ui.com/questions/DNS-Rebinding-and-UDM-Pro-Unifi-Dream-Machine-Pro-Plex/6fcc3157-0352-4f1e-a582-a1810c437ab0
  8. DOH. Are one of the mods able to move it? I swear I recall trying to and there was no button to create a thread. I guess as you mentioned I was probably in a sub-forum. Ideally I would like it in the FR section. If not I guess I can re-create it there.
  9. That's a good point. I would have put this post in the request section but that is blocked off. The goal with this post is really 3 things: 1. Hopefully build some interest amongst the community 2. Once we have some interest, see if any devs want to take on the challenge. 3. End Product? Wanting to volunteer someone else's time. - Seems like a negative way to word it. If that is what you consider a request to build something is then I guess I'm guilty. 🙄 Every project starts with an idea/request/issue. With more users backing a request a dev would feel. 1. More motivated 2. More likely to be incentivised 3. Have a positive impact on the community Depending on what motivates them. FTR I have supported many developers via Patron and other donations for their work. Just wanted to throw that out there. Hope that helps.
  10. Comment: Honestly surprised this has not receive more attention in here... Considering Unraid primary function is to house all your data as a NAS and I'd image many people store sensitive or personal data/documents on their servers... right? Combine that with running applications (docker images) that share the same kernel and mounted filesystems that someone else (other than the programers) are building (the docker images)... nobody is concerns? If if you trust the image owners, after they are deployed nobody has concerns about them containing exploits or knowing if they are vulnerable? I'm not sure if everyone is naive or just doesn't care about their data on their Unraid server or their home network in general. Can anyone who doesn't maintain the docker images tell me if you have CVE-2019-5021 on your Alpine linux running containers? I'd guess nobody can confidently answer that without spending significant researching it or already have tools scanning. Supporting Info: This is a decent writeup back in 2017. https://sysdig.com/blog/7-docker-security-vulnerabilities/ Also this in 2019 (has video) https://www.techrepublic.com/article/docker-containers-are-filled-with-vulnerabilities-heres-how-the-top-1000-fared/ Summary: My point is that many of these containers are communicating with the internet. 1. We don't know what is in the images we are downloading/updating. (unless you are one of those people that hash matches all the binaries and configs to the master). 2. Your containers will or do have vulnerabilities and you will have no idea about it. If you are running a container that the image maintainer stopped updating (maybe they are on vacation) and an exploit is discovered, well good luck. Considering the current state of the world with CoVid19... you will see an increase of ransomware! It won't matter who you are... people need money and take advantage in times like these. I can personally attest to this: I have a unifi firewall and it is running IDS and the amount of attacks against my IP has increased. https://www.businessinsider.com/ransomware-attack-hospitals-coronavirus-covid-19-2020-3 Want/Ask/Need: I would really like to see some integrations of tools that scan against the images and running containers. There are a lot of smart people in here and I'm sure everyone can benefit from having a container that does scanning of other containers. Wouldn't it be nice to know you have a problem with a docker (a CVE was released yesterday) and this image is vulnerable. That could allow you to at least disable the services until it is updated or follow the CVE and perhaps mitigate the risk another way. Disclaimer: I am not a dev. I want to generate interest from the community and see if any devs would be interested in this project. As GI Joe says.... Knowing is half the battle.
  11. Another note there is a really neat feature that I found yesterday within Sonarr, Radarr and Lidarr. The movies and exisodes that don't get automatically picked up after it kicks off the downloads (which can happen for many reasons, generally naming) they can be imported and moved automatically. At the top go to "Wanted" and then there is a button that says manually import. This is different than mass import. This will give you the option to move the files, this is SUPER Helpful for getting those stubborn ones over without the manual rename or folder creation done. Hope that helps.
  12. I use Sonarr and it works just fine. Did you enable the option to move the files via the advanced settings? Also this question would probably be better in the Sonarr channel. You can find the support link by searching in here or clicking the question mark on the container within your unraid server.
  13. It would be nice to see some security tools around the docker. For example maybe something that can do vulnerability scanning and reporting of your running containers. It would be helpful for many reasons, perhaps adding additional firewall rules to prevent attacks, upgrading, downgrading etc. I know there are open source tools and images that already exist with many features that we could all benefit from.
  14. Thanks for the replies. 1. Perfect thanks. (confusing because there is a ddclient.conf file in "/", "/etc" and in "/config". 2. It's more of a sanitary/security/housekeeping concern. This docker has 1 specific task to accomplish so IMO it really should just execute and be done. 3. How is ddclient being executed? (quick look at the github page, seems it's using s6? which i'm not familiar with at all) (I looked at the obvious cron.* and crontab and that's not being used). Politely My Feedback: I think it would be helpful for anyone using this docker to know: 1. A description of which conf file to modify. (this is somewhat mentioned in the "Application Setup" section on the other links but not on the Unraid Posting). The clutter of other ddclient.conf files makes it confusing. Application Setup Edit the ddclient.conf file found in your /config volume. This config file has many providers to choose from and you basically just have to uncomment your provider and add username/password where requested. If you modify ddclient.conf, ddclient will automaticcaly restart and read the config. 2. A description of how the conf file is executed and when. Noobs to s6 would find this helpful. 3. Overall this is a great addition to my Unraid server it just needs some polishing on the documentation. --------------------------------- I'm not good a writing scripts but I would image we could have ddclient return a result and then run the shutdown command? Not sure anyone would want to help me and the community write a script? 1. I was thinking something that would execute on boot but have a prompt, press any key to cancel (wait 30 seconds if not response and then execute). This would allow the admin time to cancel the execution and make changes (via Docker exec console) if necessary. 2. A nice to have would be a simple log output added to the appdata folder that says ddclient executed success/fail - %date stamp%. 3. Running the container on a schedule can be done via CA User Scripts app which requires another script. CA User Scripts allows the Unraid script to be added to the cron tasks for the Unraid server. I would image this would be a docker run script? I would need some help there as well. Hopefully what I'm mentioning would help everyone looking to use the ddclient container.