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  1. Running 6.8.3 and the latest nerdpack and for a few months now par2cmdline has been showing there's an update, and i see it on the github repo, but when I go to update it within the nerdpack UI it says the package is missing. Is there an alternate way to get it updated?
  2. That did it. Changed values and it populated before I even saved. I saved, then changed them back, and we're good. THANK YOU! Excellent product/design and amazing support.
  3. Hey @falconexe. First off - thanks for the lesson on doing the cpu information the "old" way. I explored doing that, but then I took the time to dive into the regex and it was ridiculously simple. I also finally got back to the UPS portion and I did figure some things out with the UPS stats. It seems that any panel that utilizes a variable is not getting parsed. The variable doesn't seem to get included in the query.. for example in this query: SELECT last("load_percent") * .01 * $upsmaxwatt/1000 FROM "apcupsd" WHERE $timeFilter GROUP BY time($__interval) the "$up
  4. Thanks @falconexe - I'll check out that regex stuff and hopefully figure it out. As for the telegraph setup - how I am setup matches post #1/your screenshot - I verified in the config, I am using the GUS config from @testdasi. I did delete both telegraph and influx configs and got default ones before checking everything lined up with the above as well. Any other thoughts or information I can provide to help diagnose? Thanks!
  5. I am loving GUS + UUD! Thanks to both @testdasi and @falconexe for your amazing work! I am experiencing a couple of hurdles. First, I cannot figure out the CPU regexes. I have 2 CPU's each with 4 cores. (quad core Xeons). So they all show up in the CPU01 graph, which I am fine with just removing the 2nd one and having them all in one graph, but I'd prefer two graphs. If anyone can get the regex for that (or point me in the right direction) I would be very grateful. Secondly, I am trying to get UPS data and I'm getting query errors. I set my UPS db variable correct
  6. I am loving GUS - I imported UUD - does your implementation of telegraph include ipmi tools? (https://selfhosters.net/docker/telegraf/ipmi/) Just trying to figure out if I need to do that or not. Also - does your influxdb have any default credentials? Please forgive me if you have documentation somewhere with this, I can't find it.
  7. So now I'm back to npm presenting a locally signed cert instead of the LE cert and I can't proceed. This is making no sense to me. Anyone have any insight?
  8. After running this for a good long while now, I started out having the same issue that many folks are posting about - Internal Server Error when trying to add a new proxy host and request a new SSL Cert. However, I deleted and recreated the docker and it's appdata and now that part works. However - the Access List functionality doesn't seem to be working - instead of prompting to enter a username / password, instead it just goes 403 forbidden. If I disable the access list on a host and change to publicly accessible it works. I don't show anything in the logs of the co
  9. I am trying to update par2cmdline and I am getting "par2cmdline-0.8.0 package missing!" Am I doing something wrong?
  10. This is now resolved. So I found this post regarding my NIC and I also realized it was also about my exact system board. So I did what worked for them - powered down and unplugged. Powered back up and BOTH NICs were dead with -2 error code. I looked at the back of the machine and one of the ports lights were solid. So I unplugged from power again, and pulled the cables out of both, powered back on. And BOOM - both eth0 and eth1 are present. The (apparent) issue: BOTH of my patch cables. Neither one would allow either port to link up after both eth0 and eth1 were back. Replac
  11. I know for certain it worked under 6.8.0, and am fairly certain it worked under 6.8.1 as well. Have tried both, although I did not do 6.8.0 as a fresh USB build. In your opinion might that make a difference?
  12. Well I tried a BIOS reflash and that didn't help. It's baffling to me why the kernel driver loads for one but not the other: root@catan:~# lspci -nnk | grep -iEA3 "(network|ethernet)" 04:00.0 Ethernet controller [0200]: Intel Corporation 80003ES2LAN Gigabit Ethernet Controller (Copper) [8086:1096] (rev 01) Subsystem: Super Micro Computer Inc Motherboard [15d9:1096] Kernel modules: e1000e 04:00.1 Ethernet controller [0200]: Intel Corporation 80003ES2LAN Gigabit Ethernet Controller (Copper) [8086:1096] (rev 01) Subsystem: Super Micro Computer Inc Motherboard [
  13. Okay, so I figured out my issue of being unable to route out my LAN - my firewall had a static DHCP mapping to the mac address of the NIC that isn't working. So now to try and figure this out. I remade my USB drive and it still is behaving the same. I can settle on only having 1 NIC, but this is stupid.
  14. I did notice that, too - I'm not sure why either - definitely not a bios update available, but maybe a re-flash? I was on 6.8.1 when the issue started.
  15. thanks @smdion. I should also mention that the non working NIC lights do flash, and the port is up at gig/full on my switch.