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  1. Nah. I did this and got really sick. My priorities have changed and tbh I have abandoned this. It was a good idea when i had time but even I back up manually now.
  2. Hello Community, Happy New Year 2019!! I have started 2019 with a motherboard I need to replace. It is an Supermicro X10SL7-F. It's out of warranty and I've tried to get a replacement but it's looking more expensive here in AUS to buy the board now than it is to buy a new one. So, I'm thinking upgrade. Happy to spend some money if the upgrade is worth it. The board was excellent as it had just the right amount of sata ports as well as IPMI. I also run 3 VM's (1 with a low powered Nvidia GC) and a handful of dockers which only test the CPU every now and then. Last year I considered 2 x gaming / 4k VMs (requiring 2 x16 GC's) but the board only had an x8 and an x4 PCI slot which was the only limitation I ever found (speed and number of slots) which meant I just left things as they were. 2 x Gbe - plus 1 for IPMI - has been fine (dont and cant see need for 10Ge). On the board there is an Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1241v3 (8M Cache, 3.50 GHz), 2 x Crucial 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3/DDR3L-1600MT/s (PC3-12800) DR x8 ECC UDIMM Server Memory and is powered by a Corsair HX850i 80 Plus Platinum 850W Power Supply. I'd like to reuse parts if possible. Has anyone upgraded the same board recently and or would like to chime in with some suggestions or thoughts!?! Thanks in as advance.
  3. For anyone having an issue setting up this container, here are some tips from me: - don't worry that there appear to be no port or config mappings. Everything is fine, you don't need to add these. - if you set your own IP (which you will probs have to do given it requires port 80) then ALL other containers it interacts with need their own IP - tvhProxy may need a restart before it will be recognised by TVH. - Don't mess with ports - use <ip>:<port> format of tvhProxy setup in Plex to find the server. Just my experience - HNY 2019. D
  4. danioj

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Ombi

    For anyone who is installing Ombi for the first time and either cannot log in via OAuth OR Ombi doesn't recognise Plex Media Server (despite pulling the details from your Plex account), then the following solutions worked for me: - Don't try and login using OAuth on initial setup. Skip the wizard and set yourself a very strong password. Then, once logged in, navigate to Settings>Configuration>Authentication and click the checkbox which says "Enable Plex OAuth". Then, disable any popup blocker you have for your Ombi URL. Log out, then log back in (this time using the newly appearing option to use OAuth) and then you're good. For some reason, this method of logging requires a popup method of logging on, which the Wizard doesn't seem to use (as in it opens a new page). Meaning, when you're taken to a new page (where you are successfully logged in - and asked to close the window) but then the wizard never continues. - Once you have grabbed the details of your Plex server (via the Media Server settings option) from your Plex account and Click either "Load Libraries" OR "Test Connectivity" and received an error saying it can't connect to your server - just go to the Docker page and reset the server and try again. It should then work. - Run a Settings>Media Server>Plex>Manually Run Full Sync right at the end. Just my experience! HNY 2019! D
  5. danioj

    unRAID DVB Edition

    Hey Neil. Hope life is treating you well. I appreciate the time you have taken to update this. Thank you.
  6. danioj

    unRAID DVB Edition

    Thanks. I tried your 2 steps with @piotrasd libreelec binaries. The system found the adapter but not the drivers. Like you, I rolled back.
  7. danioj

    unRAID DVB Edition

    Yeah, that's what @piotrasd did and he posted them earlier. I quoted them in my post in the links above. I'm just not sure of the install process. I asked what the process was for installation of these files (eg where do each of the files within the archive go, does upgraded stock need to be installed first and can this method run alongside the Plugin - eg can I keep the plugin installed awaiting @CHBMB comeback or do I have to uninstall when using the manual method). Also, I'd like to know the process so I can compile them myself from now on without having to rely on others.
  8. danioj

    unRAID DVB Edition

    Would you mind documenting the steps you took to create these? I am not averse to doing some compiling and self-installation (as opposed to the plugin) but after reading the entire thread 4 times and the wiki I cannot get things to work. EDIT: In the meantime, I assume you just throw the output of each of the archives above onto the flash drive and reboot? Is this right? Also, what is the unraid-media file? I haven't seen this before?
  9. Hi,

    read your review about the DS380 just after ordering one. Nice review with a clear message considering the temperature of the hard disk drives. Unfortunately the pictures seem no longer to be available over the net. Is there an option to get access to these again?

     

    Kind regards,

    Hans

  10. danioj

    (SOLVED) Interesting Network Issue

    Hi @bonienl , I followed your instructions to the letter, but I still hit issues. All my docker containers are working fine (as you would expect on br1) but my openvpn docker (which is configured on the host) will not communicate with the containers - which have thier own IP set on my network. It can (once again, as you would expect) communicate with the host. Do you have any suggestions?
  11. danioj

    (SOLVED) Interesting Network Issue

    Hmmm, I do have 2 ethernet interfaces on the server. They are currently bonded. I'm not sure I get much real life benefit from that bonding setup. I might remove the bond and try that solution.
  12. danioj

    (SOLVED) Interesting Network Issue

    Thanks for this. However, after reading through the posts I wasn't too taken away with the solutions. So, (for others benefit) what I decided to do was: Use my existing Ubuntu VM which is always running Installed 18.04 LTS in a minimal config Install Docker.io via apt-get Install Portainer management UI docker container Give VM static IP address Deploy linuxserver.io openvpn-as container into the Ubuntu VM Docker instance Setup openvpn-as as normal port forward 1194 to the Ubuntu VM Login via phone and test. Now all docker containers with their own IP address can be accessed when I VPN in. There are plenty of other solutions to this (e.g. deploy openvpn-as directly into the VM, use router VPN functionality) but for various reasons (ongoing admin, the power of router hardware) I didn't want to do it. Happy now. EDIT: some people might want to know why I want each of my dockers to have their own LAN IP. It is so I can use my router to route certain dockers (via their IP) internet connections via an external VPN service.
  13. danioj

    (SOLVED) Interesting Network Issue

    Thanks @jonathanm. My search kungfu must be terrible, in a dozen searches I didnt see any discussion. Can you give me a link to the most authoritative thread so I can read up.
  14. EDIT: I didnt post this in the OpenVPN-AS container thread as I am thinking this is an unRAID network issue. Mods, please move this if you / future replies indicate I am wrong. Hi All, I have an interesting network issue. I establish a VPN connection to my unRAID machine via linuxserver.io docker OpenVPN-AS. All has always worked well. Recently (as in a few days ago) I decided to change things and give each of my containers their own LAN IP on the same range as all other machines on my LAN (192.168.1.x). I went further and allocated (via the -h docker switch AND DNS in the router) each their own hostname. Now, when I VPN in, I cannot access any docker container UI. I can access other machines on the network fine and also the unRAID UI. I have tried to access the IP address as well as the local DNS name (I half expected the local DNS name not to work) but to no avail. When I revert back to using a bridge or host port, I can access the containers UI's just fine via VPN. There is absolutely no change to local access on the LAN - where I can access each container perfectly fine using either the hostname or the local IP. I imagine this must have something to do with a container accessing a container, but I am not savy enough here to figure out what is going on to try and fix it. Any help would be appreciated. Ta, Daniel
  15. danioj

    (SOLVED) Strange Docker Port Mapping

    This makes perfect sense, thank you. I understand now. Probably unrealistically, I had expected unused settings to disappear when I selected an option which made them irrelevant and there was no guidance in the help text. Issue resolved. Thanks again.