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  1. I am trying to find disk temperature with snmpwalk, but I cannot. What oid it suppose to be or what string should i search for to find disk temperature?
  2. Hi guys, I want to announce my simple ntp server, that can provide docker host localtime over ntp protocol. What does it do? This simple NTP server delivers time over ntp protocol to dummy devices like ip cameras, cheap routers that cannot handle time zone changes and day light saving correctly. With this container You can set your dummy device to use UTC time with no daylight saving and then point it to sychronize time ovet ntp protocol. This container will handle timezone correctly and deliver local time LTC to dummy device instead of UTC time (like regular ntp s
  3. Hi, I have written an ntp server which can serve local time LTC instead of UTC. It is usefull for dummy devices, that can not handle time zone, day light and so on. I am using it with ip cameras, that always messed their clocks even when synchronized with ntp server. I this case you can set utc zone with no day light saving and connect to my ntp server. My ntp server takes local time for OS so it is always handled correctly by the os. I would like to share this docker image, I have it running on my unraid. I was reading about making docker and I have docker hub account,
  4. This docker has a little bug. /root/.ssh/ dir schould be mounted and persistent, as after container reinstall known_hosts and private keys are lost. As workaround I am using: ssh -i /config/id_rsa -o UserKnownHostsFile=/config/known_hosts -p 222 root@your.server.ip and my settings in rsnaphost.conf: ssh_args -i /config/id_rsa -o UserKnownHostsFile=/config/known_hosts -p 222 rsync_short_args -az # My mysql dump on my debian machine: backup_exec ssh -i /config/id_rsa -o UserKnownHostsFile=/config/known_hosts -p 222 root@your.server.ip "mysqldump --defa
  5. Hi guys, after 5 days of struggling with shinobi I must say that this docker is the best one I have found if You want to use nvidia gpu. I can explain quickly. This docker is based on Ubuntu 18.04 - which has cuda-10.2, which is the last version of cuda supporting cuda capable cards 3.0. Here is a list, check your gpu: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus This docker has gpu working out of a box - ffmpeg + yolo ! My recommendation to setup camera are: Advantage is the performance. I can see ffmpeg working on gpu. There is no cpu usage. Sorry I made
  6. And I fully agree with this guy. And I fully disagree, I am even disgusted :D:D:D
  7. You right, maybe it is only my that find things 10 times harder to make them work in docker than in regular linux machine Zoneminder is not the only application. Any complicated application with heavy dependence on libraries particular version or data version will fail on docker or will be not worth the effort of porting to docker. One hint I can give is - use ubuntu 18.04 as base. Cuda version 10.2 supports cuda compatibility 3.0, which is important for users to use older, but still efficient gpus. Nvidia dropped compatibility in cuda 11.2 - it is cc 5.0 or 6.0 now, so useless fo
  8. Hi, I would like to share with community my new modification. Maybe limetech will include this option in unraid. To the point. When complicated application, with many system dependencies has to be deployed or developed it is convenient to use virtual machine. However virtual machine has extra overtread. Also dedicated RAM or GPU has to be attached to this VM only. With docker one GPU can be used in several containers, also ram is shared dynamically. It is nothing new as openvz can do that very well. Unfortunately unraid is lacking openvz. On the other hand in microservices approach p
  9. I agree it would be great to have system containers avaliable. I find docker extremely complicated and taking a lot of effort to do really simple things. I don't understand the idea of dockers and when I see how zoneminder integration with ES is painfull in dockers I am supprised people force other people to use dockers. Openvz was really cool, now lxc does the same as openvz. Would be greate to have it in unraid. It is much easier to install everything from source code in system container than find or create docker.
  10. Hi guys, how to configure shinobi in such a way, that when I download video date and time will be overlayed on the video? I wan't it to behave like regular DVR. Video is quite useless for the police if there is no timestamp on it
  11. Hi, I would like to ask maybe off topic question. Unfortunatelly I can't register to zoneminder forum, I am marked as spamer regardles It was my first visit there in my life My question is: When I download video via: export or export video option, the mp4 image has no date and time on it. How to make zoneminder add date and time on the video? Thanks, Kacper
  12. 1. Firstly make a backup of your flash drive! 2. If you have backup of your previous version maybe try to restore it. or 2. If you don't, then I would do fresh 6.9.0 install and then make sure it boots. 3. When it boots successfully then I would copy over manually my configs. Maybe not all at once, but first unraid configs, if it boots then plugin configs. Maybe make sure that your usb flash drive is not faulty. Run checkdisk... In my case update was painless, so I would gues it is your system specyfic problem, which has to be investigated by You Good
  13. I also remeber that during my testing performance of uploading files to owncloud when it was mounted /mnt/user/owncloud was degradeted so much that I was unable to use it. But it was long time ago since I have installed my server and I don't remember everything
  14. One drawback of my workaround, by mounting /mnt/disk1/owncloud is that I can have only one drive in use. Second drawback is that i can't use cache. I don't know what would happen if i used cache, but I think data corruption will occure if I mount /mnt/disk1/owncloud to my docker and cache owncloud share.
  15. Yes, plugins are up to date. Which message in system log is suspicious? I was trying to investigate shfs, but I am not sure what is that. Does it has something to do with sshfs? Is it encrypting all disk traffic on localhost? I understand that this module allowes to split data over sever hard drives. I recall that this problem persists since 6.8.3 (since I bought unraid), but I have changed my owncloud to use one physical drive and pointed docker to /mnt/disk1/ I think that any disk IO intensive operation is causing shfs to go crazy on cpu. I think that after booting my serv