kim_sv

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  1. No luck I'm afraid. I added a variable with key: VPN_OUTPUT_PORTS and value: 32400 in binhex-qbittorrentvpn. Then I restarted both qBit and Sonarr for good measure. When trying to add a Connection in Sonarr to PMS I get "Unable to connect to Plex Server" when I try and test it. Auth with Plex.tv work ok. So I tried to use the Plex token from an XML file and it made no difference. Pulled down a completely new image of binhex-qbittorrentvpn and copy pasted my old values in, except for VPN_OUTPUT_PORTS that now was present so added 32400 there. No difference, still "Unable to connect to Plex Server". Logs on Sonarr say: This worked before the IP table tightening so I don't think there is anything I should change in PMS right? In PMS settings it is using 32400 as LAN port. PMS is on 192.168.1.7 Right now I'm routing Sonarr through qBitVPN, perhaps I should read up on proxy and how that work and use that instead? Would that help this? (not network savvy at all..)
  2. First, thank you for taking the time to answer my questions! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ I'll try to add VPN_OUTPUT_PORTS tomorrow and get back to you. As for your questions. 1. I'd love to run it on my server but it's an good old HP Microserver N40L and it's just not powerful enough for my PMS needs... I'm working on building a new one in the near future, but she's a nice little server that's served me well many years. 2. I'm using the "Connection" feature in Sonarr and Radarr to communicate with PMS as to when changes and adds are made. PMS internal "sensing" of that doesn't seem to work that well over SMB,
  3. @binhex sorry for asking again, but perhaps my question got lost amongst others. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ Is there any solution for this? So I'm back again. Gave up on the issue back in march but now I'm trying to solve it again. I've read through the Github issue thread, but I can't find VPN_OUTPUT_PORTS in the binhex-qbittorrentvpn container? Its on :latest and updated. I've also read your VPN Docker FAQ on Github but having problem seeing my solution. EDIT Sorry pressed send too early. I tried to add the PMS port 32400 to ADDITIONAL_PORTS also but with no luck. I'm not confident at all here so bare with me. My situation is that my PMS isn't on my unRAID machine, ie it has a different IP then my unRAID. My knowledge in networking is rather slim so maybe I'm missing something obvious here? IP for unRAID server: 192.168.1.4 binhex-qbittorrentvpn working (Container Variable: LAN_NETWORK 192.168.1.0/24) binhex-sonarr working over --net=container:binhex-qbittorrentvpn Plex Media Server on my iMac. IP:192.168.1.7 Port:32400 Edited April 21 by kim_sv pressed send too early
  4. I would first create a separate share for Downloads (with "complete" and "incomplete" folders) and then map /data to that share (/Downloads) on both SABnzbds and Sonarrs containers. Right now your downloads will go into you appdata folder. Then you point /media in Sonarr to the folder on unRAID where you have your TV shows. Regarding your Sonarr config I don't use Remote Path Mappings so I can't give you answers there. But I don't think that is needed if you configure the rest correct?
  5. So I'm back again. Gave up on the issue back in march but now I'm trying to solve it again. I've read through the Github issue thread, but I can't find VPN_OUTPUT_PORTS in the binhex-qbittorrentvpn container? Its on :latest and updated. I've also read your VPN Docker FAQ on Github but having problem seeing my solution. EDIT Sorry pressed send too early. I tried to add the PMS port 32400 to ADDITIONAL_PORTS also but with no luck. I'm not confident at all here so bare with me. My situation is that my PMS isn't on my unRAID machine, ie it has a different IP then my unRAID. My knowledge in networking is rather slim so maybe I'm missing something obvious here? IP for unRAID server: 192.168.1.4 binhex-qbittorrentvpn working (Container Variable: LAN_NETWORK 192.168.1.0/24) binhex-sonarr working over --net=container:binhex-qbittorrentvpn Plex Media Server on my iMac. IP:192.168.1.7 Port:32400
  6. Yes, /data is where Sonarr handles the downloaded files from your download client. This path should ideally be the same in your download client container. /media is where your existing media is located. I just created a share called "downloads" to handle all my downloads from both qBit and sabNZBd. So my Host Path 2 is /mnt/user/downloads/ (same in binhex-qbittorrentvpn and binhex-sabnzbd).
  7. Thank you for replying Squid! I'm sorry for posting a vague question. What I meant was a tool with a to monitor change in a website, like visualping.io and others. I just have to confess that I'm not tech savvy enough to make use of Monitorr or Cachet URL Monitor without a good explanation. In this case it's to monitor the release of a product on a web shop but it could also be for other stuff. Sorry for being noob here, perhaps your suggestions could provide this but I wasn't able to understand them.
  8. Evening folks! Iโ€™ve been searching for a website monitoring tool that I can host on my unRAID server, and that can send notifications or emails. Found a few when googling, but havenโ€™t found one in CA. Any suggestions?
  9. I managed to fix the connection problems to the indexers etc I got with the new update, no problem there. But I can't for the life of me get the connection to Plex (within Sonarr/Radarr) to work again. The PMS is not on the unRAID machine so it should still use the PMS IP address? Any ideas? The authentication over Plex.tv works.
  10. That was it! Thank you very much for you help!
  11. Thank you ich777 for your very rapid response and for helping me! I did what you described: and unfortunately it gave me this when surfing to http://192.168.1.4:8082/vnc.html?autoconnect=true: and when I tried 8080 instead of 8082 in the URL it gave me a rolling loading icon for the VNC.
  12. Hi, and thank you for your containers! I've downloaded Firefox and it worked perfect out of the box. But I tried to connect it to my binhex-qbittorrent-vpn container to put the browser behind VPN and couldn't get it to work. I've done some other containers this way so I thought it would work the same but no go. Since sabNZBd uses port 8080 I changed it to :8082 for Firefox (changed container port, host port and web-ui to :8082). Added extra parameter --net. Added port 8082 in binhex-qbittorrent-vpn But it still show that it uses port 8080 And I can only access it through http://192.168.1.4:8080/vnc.html?autoconnect=true not 8082. I can confirm that the browser uses the VPN, so it does work. But it clashes with sabNZBd that uses :8080. Why isn't it using port 8082? Is there any other way of doing this? I'm quite a noob so I have probably c*cked this up somehow... ๐Ÿ˜…
  13. Can't access web-UI with VPN? Hi! Been using Speedtest-tracker now for a while and very pleased. Thank you! Figured yesterday that I would try to put it behind my VPN to see what speed I actually get. I have all my downloading containers mapped through binhex-qbittorrent-vpn, so I thought I would map a new speedtest-tracker container through qBit also. But can't get it to work. I'm fairly noob with this so I have probably just made a turd of everything ๐Ÿ˜ This is how I tried to set it up: Mapped :8766 in qBittorrent for speedtest-tracker (named it "speedtest-tracker-vpn" to keep them apart) Added "--net=container:binhex-qbittorrentvpn" to 'Extra Parameters' but not sure if it's ok to just add that with a space after "--restart unless-stopped"? Changed 'Network Type' to "None". Also choose :8766 as port to not interfere with :8765 that the normal speedtest-tracker use. The container starts and seems to run but I can't access the web-UI? Any ideas?
  14. I run my N40L with these containers: Sonarr Radarr sabNZBd qBittorrent Jackett Krusader ZeroTier speedtest-tracker Haven't tried any VM's, but I don't have the need either. Since it only have two cores I guess it's a bit over the top to run VM's.
  15. I don't know if it will work. Since you run WHS and not unRAID. I only read that unRAID has problems with some chipsets in these cards, no idea with Windows. Read more about BIOS here: https://n40l.fandom.com/wiki/Bios
  16. Ok! I have never run WHS, I run mine with unRAID (this is a unraid forum ๐Ÿ˜œ). The eSATA cable and the Molex to SATA splitter will probably work just fine. Where will you put the extra 3,5" HDD? If you ever want to run more disks like me I'd consider the PCIe card I linked above. I'm not sure if the eSATA is 3Gb/s or 6Gb/s but if you're only running standard HDDs it doesn't matter. I flashed my BIOS to be able to run HDDs with higher capacity then 3TB (๐Ÿค”?) and use more then 5 SATA ports. Can't remember if this affects the eSATA. But there is tons of information out there, you just have to read up on it, here is a good start: https://n40l.fandom.com/wiki/Bios
  17. Like I said in the other thread, Iโ€™ve got this card in my N40L and have had it working for almost a year without a problem.
  18. That should work, but I donโ€™t really understand why you think performance should be better? What OS at you running? Windows, unraid, Linux? I have a N40L with: 8GB RAM 6x3,5โ€ HDD (4x in the original drive sleds, 2x mounted in the 5,25โ€ slot with Nexus DoubleTwin) 1x2,5โ€ SSD for cache in the space between the drive cage and the 5,25โ€ slot. (Not screwed in) 1xPCIe 3.0 card - 5 port SATA III (for connecting 2x HDD and the SSD). I also have an external HDD enclosure with eSATA so I can run extra HDD with unassigned devices. Everything works really good with good temperatures (I removed the 5,25โ€ cover and put in some mesh).
  19. Yes I've read up on this now and do understand the idea behind it. ๐Ÿ‘ Still, as a feature it would be nice to be able to set a minimum disk space for individual drives. Can't see why that would be a problem?
  20. I'm running this in qBit: but it doesn't work if there is a season pack like you describe. I've just copy pasted the code from some thread in the forum. Does your code do anything else but extract the file to the same folder as the .rar files?
  21. First of all, thank you for your amazing work Binhex! I'm doing some testing with qBit, Sonarr and Jacket (all Binhex). When downloading a torrent (<100%) and then choosing to delete it and have qBit also delete the files on the hard disk, it deletes the whole /data/incomplete folder. The folder will be recreated by qBit when I start a new torrent. Strange behaviour, I have the same settings on my desktop qBit and that keeps the /incomplete folder. Ideas? Also, I'm using this script in qBit: to automatically unpack .rar files that is being picked up on a private tracker by Sonarr/Radarr. It works, but after the seeding limits are met and Sonarr is deleting the files it doesn't delete the unpacked file. Anyone have any idea on how to modify the script to delete the unpacked file after Sonarr have copied it to the array?
  22. Sorry for late reply and thank you for your help. Yes, the minimum share space was set to 200GB because I thought that kept my drives from filling up that amount. I now know it's not like that. unRAID really should have the ability to set individual minimal drive space since one of the big selling point is being able to use any size drive you have. Say I wan't โ‰ˆ10% free space on my drives, I really have to micro manage this now. But maybe I'm missing something... ๐Ÿ˜ I found some other thread about the same topic.
  23. I'm looking into this as well. Since I don't have any free slots in the server I'm thinking of setting up an external USB drive via UAD. To minimize array spin-up. Then point my qBittorrent containers completed torrents folder to that USB drive and handle all seeding on that. The incomplete folder could still be on the SSD cache but I'm not sure if there is any benefit? It would maybe create a bottleneck since it's transfering over USB2.0 (yes, very old hardware). I could keep a backup of the .torrent files on the array in case the USB drive bites the dust, then I could just download what I was sharing again with a new drive. Sonarr/Radarr handles the moving of the completed downloads to the array. As long as the seeding requirements aren't met by the torrents they keep seeding from the USB drive. When the seeding time is up, Sonarr/Radarr removes the torrent and all associated files from the USB drive. Should work, but is there something I'm missing? I'm still setting upp my docker containers and migrating all downloading from my desktop so I can't test yet.
  24. Hi! I'm migrating some data from a USB drive that is going to be shucked at some point. I'm doing it through Finder on the iMac since I'm going over the data at the same time, but I do know there are better ways of migrating. My problem is that when transferring files to the share my 250GB cache SSD won't fill up more then 25-30% before the files goes directly to the array - thus slowing everything down. It's been working good before, and this behavior started after I did the Parity Swap Procedure. Any ideas to what the problem is? The share (I'm writing to) setting for cache is "Yes". Global Share Settings - Cache Settings: Use cache disk "Yes" and min. free space 25GB Attaching diagnostics file tower-diagnostics-20201210-1336.zip
  25. OK, the data rebuild went without a glitch. It wasn't a problem to restart before the data rebuild, at least not this time. I also ran an extra parity check to be sure. So now everything is working. I guess it was the script that messed it up and I'll have to look into that more.