henryw3

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  1. @Masterwishx try pulling the Dev image mate have just updated it
  2. This isn't what that container does, it always runs the speedtest from the container using ooklas cli. I would guess that the difference in speeds you are seeing would be down to it connecting to different servers each time it runs the test
  3. Don't think there is a thread, and I rarely check here so best bet is add a feature request issue on GitHub and I'll eventually get round to adding it in
  4. Good to hear. Yeah, there's no way to do that atm, is something I've been meaning to add for a while so it will get added in the next couple of weeks when I've got some time to work on it
  5. Did you map 3765 to container port 80?
  6. You remember what errors you were getting when trying to load it?
  7. Yeah that would be great mate, thanks. Yeah so different services format the data they send in a webhook differently, so you can put /{service_name} at the end of the URL for a bunch of services to get it to work.
  8. Yeah pop that in the box, click save and it should work. There's a test button that will send a test notification through so you can check it's working okay
  9. You will need to put "/slack" at the end of the webhook URL
  10. Uh haven't written any docs on notifications, but can just help you here. What did you try to do?
  11. Haven't written any code for email notifications, so not atm. Closest you can get right now is a daily slack/discord/telegram notifications with a summary of the past 24 hours. I'm going to be re-writing the notifications for it soon though, so add a feature request as a GitHub issue so I don't forget to add emails.
  12. Pop 8763 into the server box in the general settings section and it should work. You can then click on the arrow icon next to a tests in the all tests table to make sure it's using the right one
  13. Cheers mate, that's good to hear. The laravel stuff is sound imo, but I think the react bit is pretty messy so maybe don't look to closely at that haha
  14. @mmag05 you sure you have accepted the licence agreement from wherever you are calling the binary directly? Have not had any experience with using telegraf, but have written some small scripts to send data to influxdb. Would it not be easier to write a script that checks the latest test run in the speedtest-tracker and inserts it into the db? That way you are not running any additional speedtests that won't be recorded by the docker container You can get the latest result in cli by running: php /config/www/artisan speedtest:latest
  15. Logs look normal there mate. You using compose? If so can you show us the way you're running the container. What happens when you go to the IP:port in browser? Error page or just nothing?
  16. There anything not expected in the docker logs? And could you send through /config/www/storage/logs/laravel.log
  17. Try this docker exec -it speedtest-tracker php /config/www/artisan speedtest:eula And if that does't work then try docker exec -it speedtest-tracker bash HOME=/config && /config/www/app/Bin/speedtest --accept-license --accept-gdpr Can't undertsand why it's not accepting it properly
  18. Nah container shouldn't start if the EULA var isn't set to true
  19. Weird, try doing docker exec -it speedtest-tracker rm /config/www/app/Bin/speedtest then restart the container
  20. Hmm, weird. Can you post the full output of docker logs speedtest-tracker
  21. Have you set the EULA env var? OOKLA_EULA_GDPR=true
  22. @40foot you still getting speedtest every 30 seconds? Could you send me the following logs? /config/www/storage/logs/laravel.log /config/log/speedtest/queue.log Docker logs Are you on dev or latest?
  23. Hey @sonic6, I'm the dev of speedtest-tracker. I don't run mine on my unraid server, but haven't had anyone else create an issue or anything with this bug. You don't have any logs or anything I could look at to figure out why it was playing up do you?
  24. Hey, could be the speedtest-cli program changes units when you get to high speed connections. I've only got 30mbit down so can't test it, could you install speedtest-cli by doing: pip3 install speedtest-cli then post the output of: speedtest-cli --json so I can see what's going on with the results. You may potentially want to specify a server ID when running that, as it will pick the closest one to you and may reveal your location. It's the server ID from the XML file. So you could put: "7028,11445,17418" as the value in the settings card, and each time it runs it will pick one of those 3 randomly.