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  1. The container doesnt seem to work in bridge mode, and I need to use bridge mode to do port mapping since i want to run two instances of Foundry (two different licenses) on my unraid server and both cant have port 30000. EDIT: Hmmmm, turning ONE to bridge mode with host port 30000 mapped to container port 30000 works but the other one with a port mapping from host port 30001 to container port 30000 doesnt.... EDIT2: Looks like when i change the Host Port template variable it changes the container port..... Why wont it let me change the container
  2. I just got jellyfin up and running with transcoding on my UnRaid server using the binhex-jellyfin docker container. I am using an Intel i5-10400 with Intel UHD 630 integrated graphics and so I activated transcoding for everything except VC1 and VP9 (using this as a reference) I tested it out by streaming to my phone over the internet and it the streaming works fine but for the first few minutes of playback I was seeing my CPU go between 35% to 55% usage. Eventually this died down and it was at 1% CPU while streaming most of the time but i thought it was odd. This s
  3. Original comment thread where idea was suggested by reddit user /u/neoKushan : https://old.reddit.com/r/unRAID/comments/mlcbk5/would_anyone_be_interested_in_a_detailed_guide_on/gtl8cbl/ The ultimate goal of this feature would be to create a 1:1 map between unraid docker templates and docker-compose files. This would allow users to edit the docker as either a compose file or a template and backing up and keeping revision control of the template would be simpler as it would simply be a docker-compose file. I believe the first step in doing so is changing the unraid t
  4. Running into issues with the Navidrome docker. The page is stuck on "Loading. The page is loading, just a moment please." These are my docker settings: Got this error in the logs. | \ | | (_) | | | \| | __ ___ ___ __| |_ __ ___ _ __ ___ ___ | . ` |/ _` \ \ / / |/ _` | '__/ _ \| '_ ` _ \ / _ \ | |\ | (_| |\ V /| | (_| | | | (_) | | | | | | __/ \_| \_/\__,_| \_/ |_|\__,_|_| \___/|_| |_| |_|\___| Version: 0.41.0 (ba922bbf) 2021/04/04 04:01:38 goose: no migrations to run. current version: 20210322132848
  5. Just learning UnRaid this week for my first UnRaid server build this weekend. I've used docker plenty on a raspberry pi homeserver but I do everything using docker-compose files. What exactly *is* the docker vdisk? I dont quite understand why it's needed. Can't docker just pull separate images down and store them? What is it doing for unraid and why is it needed? I know unraid uses some template system, but is there any way to use docker-compose instead? Is there any benefit or drawback to using compose over the template system? The template system just feels like a GUI
  6. I'm setting up my first UnRaid server this weekend. I have a 256GB SATA SSD (Samsung 840 Pro 256GB) that i'm planning to use dedicated to cache for the array (mover will only move stuff off this SSD). I want to get another SSD (maybe NVME) dedicated for docker app data and running VMs because I heard that it will keep docker/VM performance stable when a ton of write/read is happening from the cache SSD; but not sure how big to make it. I know stuff like Plex/Jellyfin metadata can get pretty big but I'm only planning on having like 1TB of TV/Movies at most in my array for Jellyfin,
  7. Maximum size limits on shares. That way i can partition X TB on a single large disk and set the samba settings so only certain users can access Y TB of it. This is nice so i can use something like a single 12TB disk and give 3TB to everyone in the household to use exclusively so no one goes over their quota. Also big +1 to user groups with folder/share permissions
  8. +1 Why has this not been implemented? This is such a good idea and there is so many use cases for it.
  9. Im in the finishing stages of putting together my first "real" home server. Been using a raspberry pi and docker for the last three years and i've decided to go with UnRaid for my new home server. It's going to be using an i5-10400 which i admit is probably overkill for what i want to do with it but i got a good deal on it. It's going to run the following dockers: Caddie - reverse proxy Pi-Hole - adblocking and custom internal DNS Home Assistant - Home automation (this may move over to the new server.) ddclient - basic dynamic dns portain