ShadeZeRO

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  1. I seem to be getting an incompatible version error when connecting. Most of the posts on here involved restoring from backup, but this is a brand new server. I have even deleted the "worlds" folder so it recreates it. I do have 'validate' enabled to make sure the files are correct. Ports are forwarded, the server shows up on the main list. I've attached the logs. Edit: Ignore this. I had "valheim plus" enabled in the settings. Once I disabled it, I could connect to the server again. ValheimLogs.txt
  2. Hi, thank you for looking into this. Just for clarification: My indexes were stored on /splunkdata (mapped to my disk pool on Unraid). Where does the image build script download/untar the installer to? Maybe that path needs to be mapped externally as well.
  3. I did some considerable digging. It ended up being the "splunk" container. This was determined by doing a "force upgrade" and seeing the behavior after a restart. The docker image usage spiked every time that action was performed. After that, I shutdown docker, deleted the vdisk, and recreated (as XFS since this was a good opportunity to move off BTRFS) and re-imported my templates (except Splunk). The usage has been exemplary now. Thank you to everyone who offered support.
  4. Hi, did you ever find a solution to this? I seem to be having issues with this container using up docker image space as well. I can easily replicate it by doing a "force upgrade" on the container itself.
  5. NZBGet is the only application that downloads anything. It's been working fine over over a year. Anytime I select a path, I choose it through the drop down so anything case-sensitive is preserved. Reslio is another App that pulls data in occasionally: Plex (mostly default settings) Splunk:
  6. I've gone through all my mappings and they seem correct. They all are defined based on the template, docker run shows the prefixed "/" Output of Command: du -h -d 1 /var/lib/docker/ I've also been running the following command to see file size changes docker ps | awk '{print $1}' | grep -v CONTAINER | xargs -n 1 -I {} sh -c "echo -e \\\n#================\\\nDocker container:{}; docker exec {} du -hx -d1 / "
  7. Hi, I've been trying to track down my docker image usage. I haven't found much in the way of rhyme/reason on how it's getting larger. Seems to be about 3% at a time though. System Version: 6.9.1 System Memory Usage: Docker Information: Docker Settings: All docker containers have a "/" prefix before their path Log rotation is enabled Container size output: Output of command du -ah /var/lib/docker/containers/ | grep -v "/$" | sort -rh | head -60 Output of command find /var/lib/docker/containers/ -type f -exec du -Sh {} + | sort -rh | head -n 15 Output of command docker system df -v I've been using this to find the largest folders on some containers du -Sh | sort -rh | head -5 I've been using this to find the largest files on some containers find -type f -exec du -Sh {} + | sort -rh | head -n 5