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  1. Here are both files when I run the latest image. I also reverted to binhex/arch-qbittorrentvpn:4.2.1-1-05 and it is working normally. supervisord.log config
  2. It looks like the Privoxy component of this is not working with the latest 4.2.2. update. I have many containers that are now failing searches (sonarr, radarr, jackett) because I am using the http proxy through this container. The only real clue I can see is in the logs below, but I am not sure if this is related or not: 2020-03-29 17:43:40,645 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: Sun Mar 29 17:43:40 2020 ERROR: Linux route add command failed: external program exited with error status: 2
  3. Wow, very cool. I will give it a test. Thanks!
  4. Yes, I think should be independent of the age option, but both can be used. Under 3MB seems to capture all the images and subtitle files that I want to keep on the cache. If it is piping into the find command, I believe you really only need to add one switch to the command when the option is selected: -size +xM where x would be the integer in megabytes.
  5. Huge fan of your update to add the X days old setting to Mover. I have been trying to code up a very similar implementation of this myself. This is much better than using a user script to do the job. One thing that I think would be very beneficial (at least for me), would be to add another option to NOT move files under X MB. I use this for .jpeg, .tbn, .nfo, .srt, etc. so that media server software will grab all of this from cache rather than spinning up the array. I currently have a script that runs after mover that will copy back the files under a certain threshold. Similar to below: rsync -avrt --info=progress2 --append-verify --max-size=3m "/mnt/disk2/media/Films/" "/mnt/cache/media/Films/" Would you be able to add in a filter to not move files under a specified size? It would eliminate my need for the after script if so, and I think it beneficial for many users that mainly use the array as a media server.
  6. Since the update from 3/9, my docker container is just sitting on 'Starting OpenVPN...' in the log. If I disable openvpn in the docker settings, the app starts normally. But, it seems something was broken in a recent update. Anyone else having this issue?
  7. I am using a Windscribe VPN connection and I am concerned that maybe this is not working. The docker logs show repeated entries like below. Also, my download speeds are incredibly high, which I wouldn't have expected. Is there a way to confirm via console I am being routed differently? I noticed the traceroute command is unavailable. 2020-02-19 16:39:36,160 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: Wed Feb 19 16:39:36 2020 TLS Error: local/remote TLS keys are out of sync: [AF_INET]xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1194 [6] 2020-02-19 16:39:36,458 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: Wed Feb 19 16:39:36 2020 AEAD Decrypt error: cipher final failed
  8. I am also getting this error with a fresh install of the default branch.
  9. UPDATE: I was able to get this running using the mikenowak/nrpe docker image. I realize that this exposes the container to the whole of the system, but only /var/run is RW, and I don't expose anything over the internet. Below are screenshots, and keep in mind when building the paths to use the R/W settings of the docker cmd line. Also will need to add the IPC and PID parameters in the advanced view. I had to get creative with the checks in Nagios, but everything I was wanting is working, graphing, etc. correctly. docker run -d --restart unless-stopped -v /:/rootfs:ro -v /var/run:/var/run:rw -v /sys:/sys:ro -v /var/lib/docker/:/var/lib/docker:ro --privileged --net=host --ipc=host --pid=host -e NAGIOS_SERVER="1.2.3.4" mikenowak/nrpe Example check_load: Example check_docker cpu . Note that I added '_ON' on the docker names for dockers that are always on and set to auto-start, so it doesn't alert out for containers that are usually down.
  10. I have not, but I haven't dug in to it quite yet. I posted in the NerdPack thread about the possibility of getting NPRE added, which I think would address the issue.
  11. I am a recent migrant from FreeNAS and have been really enjoying the Unraid OS. These community plugins have been insanely helpful. But, I am struggling with integrating Nagios for monitoring that is located on another server. I would like to see the possibility of adding NPRE to the nerd pack. Github - NPRE If this were able to run as a service on Unraid, it would be simple to add the system into a Nagios XI instance with many useful checks.
  12. Resurrecting an old thread - But, wondering if anyone has successfully installed the check_npre client on Unraid? I have all my other boxes already configured. Was hoping it would be as easy as other servers, but it seems like it may be difficult to get monitoring piped into Nagios. Would love to see the Nerd Pack add the check_npre client added, but I am thinking it would be more involved than how that works.