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  1. Great, thanks, just what I was waiting for to upgrade. Guess I will add upgrading to me todo list.
  2. Also interested in this, I did not see this addressed in searching this thread?
  3. Another one with issues with privoxy since the latest update. All the Arr's can not connect to anything when set to use the proxy on either qbittorrent or the privoxy docker itself. If I set it to use an NZBgetVPN docker that is based on an older version of your template, everything works just fine (same if I disable the proxy). Setting my browser to use privoxy is VERY slow to the point of basically not working, it will load speedtest.net but actually starting the test never seems to happen even after several minutes. After some testing if I revert the priv
  4. OT, I just picked up an old server locally and it had a few Samsung 840DC Pro 400gb SSD's in it. I was not even aware these existed. They have a 7.3 PETABYTE write rating! Performance is pretty good on them as well for a SATA based drive, particularly considering they are from 2014. These were not even broken in with 13TB on some and 100TB on others written.
  5. Good point, I was making a "new" docker with a python base docker, so this was not an issue for me as it was named completely different. I could see forgetting that and having an issue if I was simply editing the docker of and leaving the name the same.
  6. I was working on the rsync script now and was curious, where are the background logs for user scripts stored? Would it be possible to send the output from the script directly into the log file to make viewing it later easy? The syntax for this would be apprishiated as well, I always get confused by the > vs >> and it seems a half dozen other methods of sending the output to another place.
  7. Just in case someone finds this on google later, figured I would toss up my script for changing the CPU governer using the above settings. I store the script.page files in a sub-folder of the user-script to keep things tidy. /boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts/Power\ Governer\ switcher/cpu-power-switch then I have a script that runs at array start that copies the files to the right location cp -r /boot/config/plugins/user.scripts/scripts/Power\ Governer\ switcher/cpu-power-switch /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/ The script itself is really
  8. Ok, was not sure if there was an easier way. Is it possible to put a sleep command into the .page file? I would like for it to pause for ~2 seconds after running so I can see what state the CPU was switched to. I tried putting the sleep a few places but it caused an error. Otherwise it seems to be working great!
  9. Ok, finally got the server back up and running so setting this up. I am FAR from an expert but doesn't /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/ get wiped on reboot? I thought the only persistent folder was /boot? could I put the files in /boot/config/plugins instead? Partly asking about this situation but also for future information.
  10. Yeah, thankfully I had a power backup on it that saved it long enough for me to shut it down properly. We were then without power for 2 days with temps down at 0 degrees. I was really lucky I bought a generator almost 15 years ago when we had a really bad summer storm and were out of power for a week in the heat of summer. VERY different in the peak of winter lol. I was able to rig it up to the house with a DIY backfeed cable to get the gas central heat working. That helped a ton, we were almost below freezing in the house before I got that running.
  11. Just wanted to report I got my server running again and updated the docker. I copied over the config from qbittorrent and wireguard is working great, 3x the speed I was getting on openvpn!
  12. Not sure if this is the best method but after some testing I realized you can tag local images with docker, I simply tagged the local image with the "containername:latest" tag and now it seems to work. I used the info from this link to figure it out : https://ropenscilabs.github.io/r-docker-tutorial/04-Dockerhub.html
  13. Cool, I will update later once I turn the server back on, power is still inconsistent here so I have it turned off for the moment.
  14. Perfect! That sounds like just what I was looking for. I do have an rsync script I was wanting to run like this, I will add the command you listed to see if that works without interfering with the GUI. Is it possible to run it the same way user scripts works with the "run in background" option? Aka, it will keep the log in user scripts for later reference? Or possibly open the script in a new window with the output visible like running from user scripts? I can make it work without logging, just reduces the uses a bit. Having power outages right n