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  1. Thanks! Removing and re-creating the container did the job.
  2. After the latest update the Minio container cannot start. I get the following error: ERROR Unable to validate credentials inherited from the shell environment: Invalid credentials > Please provide correct credentials HINT: Access key length should be at least 3, and secret key length at least 8 characters
  3. Sadly not. I've basically given up on this issue.
  4. I have to admit I don't understand NerdPacks GUI. It is telling me I have 3 packages with "update ready" but I cannot find out how to either update them or delete them (since I don't actually need them). I find the status "downladed" vs "installed" quite confusing. Can anybody help? I just want to get rid of those 3 packages with "update ready".
  5. Does this mean I can now remove the vbios from my gaming VM? Is there a performance benefit? Does it perhaps pass the GPU "more directly" through or something like that?
  6. Is there something I can do to get all temperature monitors for my ASUS ROG STRIX B550-E GAMING motherboard? This is the only thing I am getting: I think the three k10temp are all CPU temperature but I'm not sure. They are almost always exactly the same. I would really like to also get motherboard temperature.
  7. Is it necessary to upgrade if you're on 6.9.0-rc2? Has anything changed?
  8. Libvirt version: 6.5.0 QEMU version: 5.1.0
  9. Thank you. The /mnt/disks folder is still there and it says Device or resource busy if I try to delete it manually. What's the best way to delete it completely?
  10. Maybe add an option to not create the symlink for those that don't need the backwards compatibility. Not a big deal but it bothers my OCD seeing redundant folders. 🤪
  11. After investigating a bit more I have figured out that a better way to access the Unraid docker host is via SSH. This requires no extra docker configuration on the Unraid side. You just need to use SSH key-based authentication and then connect either using the -H option to the docker command or setting the DOCKER_HOST environment variable in your local shell. For example: docker -H ssh://your-unraid-server ps Or using DOCKER_HOST: export DOCKER_HOST=ssh://your-unraid-server docker ps
  12. Is this still the right way to do it? I haven't been able to find any other information about it and this thread is 5 years old. So I'm worried the solution is outdated. The description above seems to suggest that DOCKER_OPTS is already defined in docker.cfg. However, my docker.cfg for Unraid version 6.9.0-beta35 does not define it. So I figured it was best to define it with only the two -H options: DOCKER_OPTS="-H unix:///var/run/docker.sock -H tcp://0.0.0.0:2375" Is this the right approach today? Also, are these kinds of edits to the config files preserved when upgrading Unraid?
  13. Thanks for the ideas. I made some modifications that seem to work well. This is my /boot/config/go: #!/bin/bash # Start the Management Utility /usr/local/sbin/emhttp & echo "test -f /boot/config/mybashprofile && source /boot/config/mybashprofile" >> /root/.bash_profile Now you can put whatever you want in /boot/config/mybashprofile. Mine just looks like this right now: #!/bin/bash alias ll='ls -AFlh' This way you don't have to reboot when you make changes to /boot/config/mybashprofile.
  14. Yes, it seems so. But I have to wait a few minutes after stopping it before spin down will work. This is the run command (secret key replaced with stars): root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='Minio' --net='bridge' -e TZ="Europe/Paris" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'MINIO_ACCESS_KEY'='minio' -e 'MINIO_SECRET_KEY'='*********' -p '9768:9000/tcp' -v '/mnt/user/minio/':'/data':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/minio':'/root/.minio':'rw' 'minio/minio' server /data 687af9711f4163ed72f99c5c5f8357d385f40b0a5edbb693a52dfe4c3a53ea84 I do wonder if maybe the answer is just to never spin down the disks. That seems to be what some people recommend anyway.