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  1. For me the main problem was the download speed while using the integrated Relay service. I would get really slow download speeds (1-3 MB/s). I decided to use a reverse proxy and disable the Relay service. Took me a bit of time to figure out as I am still new to all this, so I'll just leave what I did here in case it helps someone. 1. First I followed SpaceInvaderOne's guide on setting up Letsencrypt/Swag (easily found on youtube). You should then already have a custom network type called "proxynet". 2. Create a CNAME on your DNS provider with your desired subdom
  2. @xthursdayx It is actually much easier than that. Simply copy the contents of your "/mnt/user/appdata/rutorrent/rtorrent/rtorrent_sess" into the following folder : "/mnt/user/appdata/binhex-rtorrentvpn/rtorrent/session" Everything should be good to go.
  3. I am also wondering how to install ffmpeg to be able to generate thumbnail for video files. Does anyone know how to do this?
  4. Nope. I left it at the default "cache". Later today I'll try putting back /mnt/cache/ again and rebuilding the docker just out of curiosity to see what happens. I'll keep you posted.
  5. I had read your instructions carefully and followed everything to the letter (I re-read everything again just now to be extra-certain!). My appdata folder was indeed only on my SSD cache drive. No appdata files were on any of the array drives. I have no idea what went wrong, but after being out of ideas and only trying 1 possible solution at a time, reverting back to /mnt/user/ instead of /mnt/cache/ did give Plex access to the codecs folder for transcoding. I don't know if there could be a permission's problem with my docker config, but I did not change anything else from the d
  6. Thanks for the tip Hoopster. I tried deleting said folder and it did not change anything. I still kept getting the error "EAE timeout! EAE not running, or wrong folder?" in the Plex console. Which made me wonder. I followed @mgutt suggestion, specifically the part to enable direct disk access for Plex config (changing the config mapping to /mnt/cache/appdata/Plex-Media-Server instead of /mnt/user/appdata/Plex-Media-Server). After changing it back to the default /mnt/user/appdata/Plex-Media-Server, Plex is now able to transcode EAC3 without any problems. I'm not exactly su
  7. Did you figure this out? I'm roughly in the same situation as you. I cannot seem to transcode EAC3 anymore. Videos just buffer indefinitely.
  8. To follow up on my previous post, it was actually not too hard to fix. After going in the config file at /mnt/user/appdata/rutorrent/rtorrent/rtorrent.rc I simply commented out the following line (with a # in front) : method.set_key =,move_complete,"d.move_to_complete=$d.data_path=,$d.get_finished_dir=" I don't seem to have broken anything in the config by doing that and torrents will no longer automatically get moved after completion. I also wanted to ask my own question now : What is the preferred method for adding some sor
  9. @Jello@mudsloth@asintado08 I am having the same problem as you 3. My downloads are automatically moved to the the folder /downloads/completed, even though in the ruTorrent GUI in Settings-Autotols, the AutoMove feature is checked off. Have any of you three figured this out?
  10. To anyone who is having trouble with the modified go file saving the changes after a system restart, you may be making the same stupid mistake as me. When you edit your go file via the terminal with "nano /boot/config/go", you then add the line "modprobe i915", and the you press CTRL+X to save, followed by Y to accept. According to the first post of this thread, "And you should be golden!" If you are new to all this, like me, you have probably just closed the window afterwards thinking all was good. After many unsuccessful attempts, I finally noticed that after following these steps, a li
  11. I am also having this issue. I also tried "sudo nano /boot/config/go", but it doesn't save either. Have you figured this out?
  12. That's very good to know. The risk of URE I had calculated is much lower if the drive size has to be divided by 512 bytes. Thanks for the answers. I'll hold on a little while longer before adding a second parity.
  13. Hello, I am in the processing of migrating all my data on a brand new Unraid server. Having read around a bit, I find myself a bit worried about the dreaded UREs. The spec sheet of my disks (WD reds) states that the reported URE rate is < 1x10^14. Since I am using 10TB and 12TB disks with 1 disk parity, using aggressive figures (and not conservative ones), the way I understand it is that in the process of rebuilding a disk from parity, the odds of encountering a URE are fairly high. What would happen in the event of a URE during a disk rebuild? Would t
  14. Yes this is a Plex feature (although I am not sure if it is a Plex pass only feature). You can disable it in your Plex settings -> Transcoder -> Enable HDR tone mapping.
  15. Do you believe a xeon E-2176G would do significantly better than the i3-8100 or i3-9100? The iGPU has a max clock of 1.2 GHz compared to the 1.1 GHz of the i3-9100. I presume a 0.1 GHz wouldn't really matter that much, since it's only less than a 10% increase?