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  1. Thank you. That document really helped out. I changed the folder rights before starting the installation and everything is running fine now.
  2. If you are getting a DNS does not point to this server error you have issues resolving the domain you have entered. So either port forwarding is incorrect, or DNS is not configured correctly. Unfortunately that was as far as I got with this app... The created container nextcloud-aio-nextcloud is complaining that the AppData folder has moved since the installation (I'm sure I didn't as I didn't have it running in the first place.. So far it has been very frustrating to get this software to run, altough I would really like to get this running as I really like the idea of having all controlled from a master container and having all integrations configured correctly. Spacinvader has done some video's on Nextcloud on Unraid, but none of them include the redis integration to speed up the installation. I sure hope this will improve in the future. If you manage to get it running please let us know, maybe I can learn something from your experience.
  3. That seems to be a beta version. Although it does have the latest binaries for Log4J, people should be aware that it's still in early access. And I'm glad you got things working again.
  4. I have tried to build with Brett's sources and it just seems to work. At this point I have the container available at docker hub gjurriens/unraid-unifi-controller and I have just tried changing the container image in your template and that went without much trouble (the origional install got orphaned, but installing it again and setting the image to gjurriens/unraid-unifi-controller just brought it back up again with all my settings. @brettm357; just let me know how to get in contact (some form of chat or something alike) and we'll see how we can get it up and running again as we were used to. Also... could it be that your image is populair enough for Docker to not like to host it for free anymore? If that is the case... I'm working on getting some private docker container hosting going, if I get it running like I'm hoping to get it running that could also be a way out.
  5. @brettm357Any updates? It was already quite some time ago that you commented on this. So far I didn't have an issue with it, but now with the Log4J vulnerability it is rather important to have this patched as soon as possible. If you can't get it working, is there any way we can help out? I can locally build the image using your setup, so your code by itself is working great. If you don't want the help, is it oke if I use your code to create a "new" docker image that will be receiving updates? I don't want to step on anyone's toes, but no updates is not really a great situation at the moment. I hope you won't be offended by my proposal.
  6. Thank you, I did get Frigate running on the first try now. I have been looking through the issue's on the Frigate github, but couldn't find it. Thank you for helping out.
  7. I had it running once... but after a reboot it didn't start again and I have the same error message in the log. I hope anyone has another idea, cause I would really like to get Frigate running again.
  8. Did that just now, but it didn't help. Same message. And I did see it pulling the entire image again, so that's not the issue.
  9. I have updated to the latest version, made sure my config is correct (at least, I can't find any faults in it). But when I start the container it stops again within a minute or so. The logs give me this: [s6-init] making user provided files available at /var/run/s6/etc...exited 0. [s6-init] ensuring user provided files have correct perms...exited 0. [fix-attrs.d] applying ownership & permissions fixes... [fix-attrs.d] done. [cont-init.d] executing container initialization scripts... [cont-init.d] done. [services.d] starting services [services.d] done. [s6-init] making user provided files available at /var/run/s6/etc...exited 0. [s6-init] ensuring user provided files have correct perms...exited 0. [fix-attrs.d] applying ownership & permissions fixes... [fix-attrs.d] done. [cont-init.d] executing container initialization scripts... [cont-init.d] done. [services.d] starting services [services.d] done. [2021-10-22 15:07:19] frigate.app INFO : Starting Frigate (0.9.2-25bb515) Starting migrations [2021-10-22 15:07:19] peewee_migrate INFO : Starting migrations There is nothing to migrate [2021-10-22 15:07:19] peewee_migrate INFO : There is nothing to migrate [Errno -2] Name or service not known [cmd] python3 exited 1 [cont-finish.d] executing container finish scripts... [cont-finish.d] done. [s6-finish] waiting for services. [s6-finish] sending all processes the TERM signal. [s6-finish] sending all processes the KILL signal and exiting. My Config is as follows: (removed credentials and stuff offcourse): mqtt: host: homeassistant.fqdn.local port: 1883 topic_prefix: blaat client_id: blaat user: blaat password: blaat stats_interval: 60 detectors: coral: type: edgetpu device: usb num_threads: 3 database: path: /media/frigate/frigate.db birdseye: enabled: True width: 640 height: 480 quality: 8 mode: motion ffmpeg: input_args: - -avoid_negative_ts - make_zero - -fflags - nobuffer - -flags - low_delay - -strict - experimental - -fflags - +genpts+discardcorrupt # - -rw_timeout # - "5000000" - -use_wallclock_as_timestamps - "1" detect: width: 1280 height: 720 fps: 5 enabled: True max_disappeared: 25 objects: track: - person motion: threshold: 25 contour_area: 100 delta_alpha: 0.2 frame_alpha: 0.2 frame_height: 180 record: enabled: False retain_days: 0 events: max_seconds: 300 pre_capture: 5 post_capture: 5 objects: - person required_zones: [] retain: default: 10 objects: person: 15 snapshots: enabled: true timestamp: false bounding_box: False crop: False height: 175 retain: default: 10 objects: person: 15 rtmp: enabled: False cameras: reolink-test: ffmpeg: inputs: # - path: rtsp://user:pass@192.168.103.141:554/h265Preview_01_main # roles: # - record # - clips # - detect - path: rtsp://user:pass@192.168.103.141:554//h264Preview_01_sub roles: - record - detect # - clips best_image_timeout: 60 Does anyone have an idea what's wrong?
  10. I know, but I already have to much experience with flashdrives (different brands) dying on me (altough not related to Unraid).
  11. @JorgeB; Thank you for the suggestion, I will surely look into that (need to find a place where I can host a syslog server best). Also... I have disabled some docker containers (machinaris-chives, machinaris-hddcoin and machinaris-nchain) and my server seems to be staying online longer at this point (the regular machinaris container is still running and that one doesn't seem to cause an issue).
  12. Unfortunately it didn't help altough I think it took quite a while longer before going into kernel panic. I have taken a screenshot of the kernel error (thank you IPMI). And I have also run new diagnostics. If anyone has another thing I can try, please let me know. srv-fs01-diagnostics-20211015-1512.zip
  13. Thank you. I have change the custom network type to ipvlan. I will monitor the server and report back here.
  14. I'm currently experiencing random kernel panics (at least, that is what the ILO remote console is showing me). I have no idea on how to troubleshoot this issue as I'm not that familiar with Linux. Just to be sure I have attached the diagnostics for my server, hopefully it will bring some clarity. Oh, I'm running the 6.10 RC1 because of the solution for the stale file issue's.. Thank you all for your time. Guido srv-fs01-diagnostics-20211013-1031.zip