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  1. Yeah, but in the end that means the extra step deleting the files at the source. And as always it depends on the individual usecase scenario, which way fits best. "user0" seems to be a good enough solution if you insist on moving rather than copying your files from cache to a share set to NOT use cache.
  2. I just had to solve this problem and wanted to add here that this is NOT FIXED yet, and that I don't think it really needs fixing. It should just be a little bit better communicated, that one needs to use the way through /mnt/user0/ to copy/move data from cache to shares which have using cache set to NO. Maybe a popup note when you set a share to "use cache: NO"? Like "Don't forget to move data from the cache to this share through /mnt/user0/ to prevent errors or even data loss", or something like that?
  3. I know the thread is 2 years old, but since I just searched for a solution about a similar problem and this thread poped up on quite a prominent position, I think I should share my findings: If a share is set to use NO cache and you want to move/copy data from a cache drive to it, and you go from /mnt/user/whatever to /mnt/user/whateverother, unraid ends up writing the moved data to the cache drive, creating a /whateverother share on the cache, as if "use cache" was set to YES. But the MOVER won't do anything, since the said share is actually set to NOT use cache. It won't tak
  4. Hi guys - joining the party Same issue here, too. Still on unraid 6.8.3, pulling latest image or complete reinstall did not work. [13Mar2021 22:37:22.522] ain/INFO] [net.minecraftforge.fml.loading.FixSSL/CORE]: Added Lets Encrypt root certificates as additional trust [13Mar2021 22:37:22.809] ain/INFO] ixin/]: SpongePowered MIXIN Subsystem Version=0.8.2 Source=file:/config/mineos/games/servers/createmod/libraries/org/spongepowered/mixin/0.8.2/mixin-0.8.2.jar Service=ModLauncher Env=SERVER [13Mar2021 22:37:24.192] ain/INFO] [STDERR/]: [jdk.nashorn.api.scripting.Nasho
  5. I love the man! He really is legendary already and I am grateful he is part of this community!
  6. Thank you, I'll try the VNC solution and also mapping another directory for import/export.
  7. Hi, I'm in the process of setting up your thinderbird docker and have some questions: How can I open links in mails on my local machine (the computer I use to connect to thunderbird via noVNC webUI)? I know I could copy and paste the link, but I would prefer that they open when I click them. Is that possible? How would I import contacts or calendars?
  8. +1 from me. This would be awesome and very helpful for working with shares you download to but because you also need them to be present in PLEX for example and have them on the arrey to be safe and them being bigger in size than 1 TB (meaning bigger than your cache drive) and additionally you want to work with TinyMediaManager on them you set those shares to "Use cache: Yes". A progress bar would be VERY helpful in this usecase! Any news on that? Will we get this in 6.9?
  9. Hey there, Thank you for your Dockers, especially TinyMediaManager. Unfortunately I have some problems with it and I don't know how to solve them. It looks ok, when I scrape a movie - I get the pictures and metadate in the UI and everything seems fine (I can browse pictures and replace them manually, etc, meaning working in the UI is fine). But it doesn't seem to download anything into my movie's folder - for trailers there is at least an error popping up. This is what the log says: Does anyone know what is going on and how I can get TMM to actually downl
  10. Hmm, I'm sorry I didn't think of it earlier, since I stumbled upon this a while ago and then forgot. pretty much explains it all..., more or less . I haven't understood everything yet, but I'm on my way there... I have more questions, but I'm gonna ask them on discord. Thank you 👍
  11. Well, the site says: "...if only IPv4 is detected, then your ISP doesn't provide Dual-Stack yet". But I am not sure, if that means you are also not on DS-Lite. Dual-Stack and DS-Lite are NOT the same, btw: Dual-Stack means you are reachable from the internet via IPv6 and IPv4. DS-Lite means that you are NOT reachable from the internet via IPv4, because several users share one public IPv4 which then gets tunnelled through the IPv6 network of the provider to the different users. A better way to find out is to check in your router settings or write a quick mail to
  12. Hey CryPt00n, thanks for sharing - I'll try that. My DNS is already setup, since I used to run swag on unraid. So there is no need for setting up an extra network in unraid? Why? (As I said, I want to learn )
  13. The question which makes this post relevant in this forum is further down in bold. Hi guys and CryPt00n, I have kind of a similar setup as CryPt00n here (I quoted him mainly to connect the posts, since we might be on a similar way). Except it's not an SBC, but a Fujitsu I want to have as kind of a gate-server between router and unRaid server. I installed Cent OS 7 and on it docker and docker-compose. I am aware I'll have to open the ports on the centos firewall. Now I need to know how my docker-compose file would have to look like. I tried to translate the docker set
  14. Well, yes, there might be. You have to check, whether your ISP has you connected on Dual-Stack or DS-Lite. The latter has the problem, that it is unreachable from the outside for services like FTP or openVPN, or any other service that needs to reach a certain IP and port, because in this case many people/users share one real IPv4 that gets tunneled through the ISP's IPv6-net to the different users. This means there is an extra address to resolve, which can't be done. Why? I don't know. If you are interested in knowing more, google "Dual Stack vs DS-Lite". But don't worry,
  15. I wish for the DockerUI to become possible to manage dockers outside the unRaid environment (much like Portainer, but more rudimentary). I have some other devices in my network, which also run dockers. I found a solution with Portainer. Running as Docker in unRaid I can manage any docker anywhere. Although it works perfect, it seems to me a bit over the top, since Portainer offers so much more functionality than necessary in my use case. And with unRaid having this super easy and comfortable UI for docker management, you come to the point where you think: can't