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  1. Quick question on where to start to look for an answer, if it's possible, and how complicated it would be if it is.  I have my Unraid Server set up on a 1u server.  I will be installing a raspberry pi with octopi and have that connected to my 3d printer.  Is there a way to use nginx on my server to point to the local IP of Octoprint for remote access to it? (if it is possible to do so that is).  I tried the Octoprint docker and had it working on my printer, but have had 2 fails prints because the docker locked up or crashed.  From some more research, most are saying to not use your server and have a dedicated pi for the printer.  


    Anyways, direction would be great.

  2. Wondering if there will cause an issue physically moving hard drives around in my array?  So I'm looking at organizing where my drives are in my case and will need to move some around.  Is there an issue doing this? Or will be fine as long as they are in the same spot in the disk list?

  3. 1 hour ago, mrm said:

    Click "show more settings...", and click "edit" by "Temp/Scratch disk". Click "Host Path" and pick a directory your SSD (mine is set to /mnt/cache/appdata/photostructure/tmp/ )


    Feel free to hop into the PhotoStructure#unraid discord room if you want more real-time help!

    O.k. found it.. Should have known it was there.  Looks like it's on my ssd already that i use for cache so that will work.

  4. I'm possibly looking at on having my old imac to the transcoding of some media files from my server. Was wonder if there is a good way or optimal way to have this connected to maximize transfer speeds between the mac and the server?  Im guessing if select the file from handbrake on my make when the file is on the server, it has to move the file from the server to my mac, transcode it and then put it back on the server?


    I tried to use handbrake on my server and it was eating way to much resources. 

  5. Not sure I understand what you mean by alternate.
    If you want the operation to be quicker, do it without parity and sync it afterwards.
    If you want the operation to be safer, do it with parity active.
    Your choice.

    Sorry. I meant elaborate. And you did :) thanks.

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  6. Shouldn't need to do anything to your shares if you move the files correctly. You can get mover to take care of the moving for you similar to this FAQ:

    Went through the hole thing, I must have missed it. Didn’t see anything.

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  7. Unless you care about snapshots and/or checksums xfs is the best option for the typical user, to change you need to backup/move the data from each disk and re-format, it can be done one at a time.

    To do this, I’m guessing I would need to redo my shares? I’m guessing that would get a little messed up?

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  8. 3 minutes ago, Alexstrasza said:


    Are you running the latest version of the container available (:latest)? If so our environments should be identical. The only thing I had to change to get mine working was turning IPv6 forwarding on for the host, which you've done too.

    Yes, set for the latest.  Is it possible that ipv6 is turned off somewhere else?

  9. Quick question.  When I set up my server, I selected the btrfs file system.  Now after the fact, I have been reading there are some issues with it and is not that great.  What is the best file system to use and is there away to change it without any huge changes on my array?

  10. I'm having a heck of a time getting this set up.  I followed a few guides to get this up and I can access my unraid from an outside network.  However, I'm trying to get it so I can access the internet through tailscale via my unraid.  This part I'm not able to get to work.  Here are the errors I get when I connect.


    2021/09/15 23:38:36 [unexpected] peerapi listen("fd7a:115...........)  error: listen tcp6 [fd7..............)  bind: cannot assign requested address


    When I first boot it up, I get the following.


    2021/09/15 23:20:35 router: disabling tunneled IPv6 due to system IPv6 config: kernel doesn't support IPv6 policy routing: ip -6 rule failed: RTNETLINK answers: Address family not supported by protocol

    2021/09/15 23:20:35 health("overall"): error: state=NeedsLogin, wantRunning=false

    Warning: net.ipv6.conf.all.forwarding is disabled. Subnet routes won't work.


    I have forwarding enabled.


    fs.inotify.max_user_watches = 524288
    net.core.rmem_max = 16777216
    net.core.wmem_max = 16777216
    net.ipv4.tcp_rmem = 4096 87380 16777216
    net.ipv4.tcp_wmem = 4096 65536 16777216
    net.ipv4.ip_forward = 1
    net.ipv6.conf.all.forwarding = 1


    so i'm just stuck.

  11. Hey all.  I'm a little stumped and was hoping for some help.  Been playing around with this and was able to get it up and working.  However, I can't get the outside connection to work.  I am using Ngix for my revearse proxy since I have another websever that needs to be accessed and I'm guessing that is where the issue is.  Does anyone have or know where to find instructions how to set this up with  NCP sitting behind NGIX?  For the life of me, I cannot find anything helpful.