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  1. Noted. Thank you. Just seems strange that if you delete them in the configuration they still show up. Why even offer the option to delete them if they're not actually deleted.
  2. Just migrated to this docker from hot.io. While setting up the docker I chose to remove all the unnecessary port mappings; 1900, 3005,32410 etc. I apply the settings, the docker is downloaded and setup. I go back to the docker tab, only to find out is has added/created all the port mappings I deleted. WHY!? Network type is HOST. How do I remove the unnecessary port mappings. I only require port 32400 for the webui.
  3. As the title states, I have a recent error "Machine Check Events" as per Fix Common Problems. Attached is the diagnostics log, any assistance is appreciated. unraid-diagnostics-20210307-1401.zip
  4. In the end, this is what I ended up doing, setting the permissions within sonarr/radarr itself. I don't understand why the UMASK variable doesn't work from within the docker settings. If it doesn't work, then why even have it in there?
  5. UMASK value and files permissions incorrectly set, or at least I believe them to be. I originally had the Binhex version of Sonarr installed, but wanted to use v3, so I 'migrated' to the linuxserver version by changing the Repository value to linuxserver/sonarr:preview and hitting apply. This all worked without a hitch and all data was kept and everything worked as it should. I recently noticed that a lot of my file permissions on unRAID were set incorrectly, so I fixed all those using chmod and chown. After noticing this I set all relevant dockers; NZBGet, Radarr, NZBH
  6. This worked for me as well. Thank you.
  7. Confirmed that changing both the PGID and PUID to 0, I can actually see the drive now. I have other issues now - Error 'Scsi error - HARDWARE ERROR: TIMEOUT ON LOGICAL UNIT' occurred while reading 'BD-RE HL-DT-ST BD-RE WH16NS40 1.02' at offset '1048576'
  8. I never received a reply on either of my two posts, just above yours. It doesn't seem too promising that you'll get a reply.
  9. Have been running nzbgetvpn since my last post above, May 21, without issue. I have however noticed that log is continually being written to every few seconds with junk, see below. 8:42:31,062 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: R 2020-05-28 18:42:32,258 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: W 2020-05-28 18:42:33,022 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: rW 2020-05-28 18:42:36,097 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: R 2020-05-28 18:42:38,191 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: rW Does anyone know why this is happening? I have DEBUG set to false No,
  10. Good to know. I just assumed it was 2 for each. I don't know that I'd ever need more than 2 for cache, but either way, thanks for the info.
  11. I have a couple of questions as I'm looking to move to this container over the sabnzbvpn one. **I figured it out myself - see bottom of this post** 1. Will this essentially operate the same way sabnzbvpn does, where I can route sonarr/radarr/nzbhydra via proxy out the nzbgetvpn container? 2. Page 1 of this topic states that you need the following servers installed and running for nzbgetvpn to work. [*]Redis [*]Postgresql Why is that, do they just allow nzbget to work over VPN? Asking as sab didn't require any additional components. 3. On
  12. "I will be getting 4 970 EVO Plus M.2 drives that will be Raid 0 for a Cache drive" Unless I'm missing something, you can only use 2 drives for cache in unRAID.
  13. Does anyone know if you can run preclear on a different system, then put it in another system and it know that a preclear has already been run? I'm asking as my unRAID server only has USB 2.0, which is PAINFULLY slow. Bought an 8TB MyBook and hooked it up to my server, currently running a preclear on it. It's been running for 5 hours and it's only at 7% of the pre-read EEKS. Would it be possible to throw unRAID on a USB key, boot from it on my main PC, which has USB 3.0, run a preclear on it to make sure it's all good, shuck it, then throw it in my server. Would the unR
  14. Been following this thread as I believe I'm also having the issue. Just wanted to list what I've come across in the off chance this is of any use to anyone else. I stopped all the dockers containers leaving docker still enabled like @nas_nerd did. There were no writes of any sort to the cache drive overnight while all the docker containers were stopped. Docker Containers binhex nzbHydra2 binhex plexpass binhex radarr binhex sonarr binhex sabnzbdvpn Process I followed I rebooted unraid, after all the dockers above were up and ru