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  1. If anyone wondering why your docker instance is not working / error connecting to the database after installing: You need to manually create the database in your mariadb. The docker container will not do this for you. After you've created the empty database, then in your docker setup, add variable WORDPRESS_DB_NAME = your-database-name
  2. It was formatted by xbox 360 game console thus the partition table might have some special thing in it. Windows can read write the fat32 partition just fine, fdisk might have got confused with those
  3. Can't seem able to mount 2TB USB FAT32 formtted drive: partd -l Model: Seagate Expansion (scsi) Disk /dev/sdg: 2000GB Sector size (logical/physical): 512B/512B Partition Table: loop Disk Flags: Number Start End Size File system Flags 1 0.00B 2000GB 2000GB fat32 fdisk -l /dev/sdg Disk /dev/sdg: 1.82 TiB, 2000398933504 bytes, 3907029167 sectors Disk model: Expansion Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: dos Disk identifier: 0x73696d20 Device Boot Start End Sectors Size Id Type /dev/sdg1 1919230059 6204919772 4285689714 2T a OS/2 Boot Manager /dev/sdg2 544829025 1089655755 544826731 259.8G 65 Novell Netware 386 /dev/sdg3 168653938 168653938 0 0B 65 Novell Netware 386 /dev/sdg4 2885681152 2885734080 52929 25.8M 0 Empty Partition table entries are not in disk order. It was formatted on xbox 360, does it make a difference? On windows it just show as one fat32 partition. I'm able to mount it via shell with mount -t msdos https://ibb.co/RgT0nrW https://ibb.co/h2RTw52 But even mount with this command, I'm not able to make directories with long name , guess such mount method on linux can only do 8.3 naming? Is there an option I could tell mount to support long name just like use on windows?
  4. It is still a good idea. Some people think this is redundant, but more backup is not redundant and in many cases it will come in handy. For example, if you send a set of files to other people, then you can include the par file. You can not send your parity data on your parity drive to other people.
  5. Is this expected or a bug? Only users added via the webui will be kept?
  6. This doesn't seem to work for me, I getting HTTP ERROR 400 while open the webui? Do I have to change anything with the default template?
  7. I have noticed my vm just gone several times, when the system was under heavy cpu useage? It has 8GB ram, the VM use 3GB, it's a windows 7 vm. So I don't think the vm ran out of its ram allocation. Is there anything I can do try to find the cause? I run 6.9.0-RC2
  8. If you have the time to config them one by one in vm? Would having all of those applications running in a vm save memory useage? It seems each docker use more ram then they run in a naked OS.
  9. BTRFS can't hold your swap file, out of luck
  10. When I try to run a 2nd instance of linuxserver's qbittorrent docker, with different config path, different docker tag, different webui port, the webui just report Unauthorized The log doesn't show anything. The 1st instance runs fine. So what have I done wrong? Yes I have tried to putin webui whitelist enabled, it doesn't work
  11. From github https://github.com/shirosaidev/diskover Requirements: Elasticsearch 5.6.x (local or AWS ES Service) Elasticsearch 6 not supported, ES 7 supported in Enterprise version Redis 4.x Working steps: (if you do anything wrong, remove the docker, remove the docker's config folder in appdata, (but can keep docker image to avoid download again).) 0. install redis from apps jj9987's Repository, no config needed. 1. Install CA User Scripts plugin Create a new script named vm.max_map_count navigate to \flash\config\plugins\user.scripts\scripts\vm.max_map_count open 'description' file write some readable description about what this script does. open 'script' file, contents of script as follows: #!/bin/bash sysctl -w vm.max_map_count=262144 Set script schedule to At Startup of Array Run the script once. Navigate to "Docker" tab and then the "Docker Repositories" sub-tab in the unRAID webui Enter in a URL of https://github.com/OFark/docker-templates in the "Template repositories" field Click on the "Save" button Click back to "Docker" tab and then click on the "Add Container" button Click on the "Template" dropdown menu and select the Elasticsearch5 image Use pre config, no change needed. 2. go to apps, find diskover, click install put in ip of the redis and elastic server , which should be your unraid ip not 127 or localhost ES_USER : elastic ES_PASS : changeme change appdata path to /mnt/cache/appdata/diskover/ data path I use /mnt/user/ which is going to index everything from the user webgui port I changed to 8081 because I have qBittorrent on 8080 add a new variable, DISKOVER_AUTH_TOKEN value is from https://github.com/shirosaidev/diskover/wiki/Auth-token click start, and you shoud good to go with the webui of diskover, select the 1st indice and happy searching. It might take half a minute for the 1st indice to appear. For the whole process, you do not seem to need to change any folder/file permissions. One problem I got is, while the file index goes to 94.5% it stuck there for hours. So I have to delete the 3 dockers and do it again, this time, it got 100% and seems to be ok. But this also means this setup could have problem like stuck indexing sometime. The OFark's docker template use Elasticsearch 5 which might be a bit old for the current version diskover. Or running from docker caused this. OFark's docker image is a preconfiged working one. If anyone has time, maybe try to build a version 6 or 7 docker image to work with the current version diskover
  12. "No diskover indices found in Elasticsearch" You need to use this Elasticsearch docker image here Not the one from CA/Docker default elasticsearch username password while installing diskover is elastic changeme You will also need to get an auth token for diskover https://github.com/shirosaidev/diskover/wiki/Auth-token
  13. Yes "fail to create symbolic link" does cause problem. It tries to store something/file inside the docker I believe, but you removed the config folder in appdata, made it really confused. But on the other hand, storing data inside the docker image is not a good docker image should do I think. What you need to do to fix this is remove docker's config folder from appdata, also need to remove the docker. You can keep the docker image. This way all the data this docker created will be removed, and you go reinstall this docker.