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  1. Ok, not really sure what is going on... I though *maybe* since I named the volumes the same that there might have been some garbage left over somewhere, so I decided to try creating new test mapping. Hit apply, the run command went well, but when I went back to the GUI to add a new library with the new test mapping, before I got to that noticed a message saying there was "an unclaimed media server found".... Strangely it was the same server, I claimed it, shows my login again, and just tried scanning again one of the libraries I had already added (for 3D Movies which were not that many) and now they appear.... WTH...? Going to try scanning the TV Shows one again and see what happens...
  2. Here it is tower-diagnostics-20190815-0151.zip
  3. Ok, some good, some bad... The good: Install seems to have gone well, and Web GUI is working fine now The bad... When I go to add libraries, I browse to what I created, and mapped, it's there and even when selecting it I see my different media folders for movies, tv shows, etc., but after confirming the folder and after a while scanning, it just finishes and says there's no content.... Here are the mappings and what I see when adding libraries. What could be wrong?
  4. Ok, did all this, just in case left the defaults for config path and name of the linuxserver docker. Run Command: Pulling image: linuxserver/plex:latest IMAGE ID [latest]: Pulling from linuxserver/plex. IMAGE ID [1b1a02bef71e]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 25 MB. Verifying Checksum. Download complete. Extracting. Pull complete. IMAGE ID [24d5f5528f24]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 274 B. Download complete. Extracting. Pull complete. IMAGE ID [c5a5583b7dc7]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 13 MB. Verifying Checksum. Download complete. Extracting. Pull complete. IMAGE ID [1252aeca4f48]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 4 KB. Verifying Checksum. Download complete. Extracting. Pull complete. IMAGE ID [74703d095882]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 103 MB. Verifying Checksum. Download complete. Extracting. Pull complete. IMAGE ID [ec2c0e120976]: Pulling fs layer. Downloading 100% of 3 KB. Verifying Checksum. Download complete. Extracting. Pull complete. Status: Downloaded newer image for linuxserver/plex:latest TOTAL DATA PULLED: 141 MB Command:root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='plex' --net='host' --log-opt max-size='100m' --log-opt max-file='3' --privileged=true -e TZ="America/Buenos_Aires" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'VERSION'='docker' -e 'TCP_PORT_32400'='32400' -e 'TCP_PORT_3005'='3005' -e 'TCP_PORT_8324'='8324' -e 'TCP_PORT_32469'='32469' -e 'UDP_PORT_1900'='1900' -e 'UDP_PORT_32410'='32410' -e 'UDP_PORT_32412'='32412' -e 'UDP_PORT_32413'='32413' -e 'UDP_PORT_32414'='32414' -e 'PUID'='99' -e 'PGID'='100' -v '/mnt/user/TV Shows/':'/TV Shows':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/Movies/3D Movies/':'/Movies - 3D':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/Movies/SD Movies/':'/Movies - SD':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/Movies/HD Movies/':'/Movies - HD':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/Movies/UHD Movies/':'/Movies - UHD':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/plex':'/config':'rw' 'linuxserver/plex' 66fd3ccd7808f998c918c77bb3dafcf5bf9413b3466c86fcec763e0b446d4524 The command finished successfully!
  5. Hmm ok, it's not really an icon, wrong word my bad, it-s the X "hotspot" (see image)
  6. Ok, I will look around a little but probably just do that. To make sure I understand: 1) Delete plex docker: Can I go to installed apps and click the uninstall icon for this, or do I need to do it differently? 2) Delete plex appdata: is this to just manually go command line and rm the PlexServer directory (and all subdirs..) from inside appdata/ ? 3) Delete and recreate docker image: I can just manually delete the .img file I assume, but recreate, didn't it create it when I install the new one? (forgot this bit) 4) Install linuxserverio plex: pretty straight forward and just atart over creating the paths from the GUI again? (also forgot this, was so long ago, if you create from within the app install page/template or within the GUI, or if it was a chicken and egg thing where from the app install you cannot of course choose paths that don't yet exist)
  7. Yes, it was just an edit to the *last* post, the problem is you were too fast to reply The clear answer: Short answer: No Long answer: - Had limetech plex, working fine for over a year (with that hiccup in march you saw, but returning to normal) - Suddenly it stopped working. Restarting/rebooting did nothing - Unistalled limetex plex - Installed linuxsserver plex, pointing to the same paths etc. as the previous one - Exactly the same behavior as before, "500 Internal Server Error"
  8. See what I just added. No, rebooting didn't fix it (for the record in the past whenever I had to reboot it it was just because cpu/mem usage was at 100%, but it never gave any such errors or was broken). Also, like I said, consider I removed the limetech one and added the linuxserver one, so it was not a reinstall, it was a completely new install, different app, except of course it's reusing the stuff that was already there, which may be corrupt, right? (still don't quite get what might be causing the service itself not to be available)
  9. Right, It was working fine, when I say "the install" I mean just the existing setup that was already there, not doing anything new. I was watching movies fine, I did not install anything, change any configs, nothing. One day a couple of weeks ago I turn on the TV, go to watch a movie and plex app says there's no server... I go check and find this not working and the webgui giving the 500 Internal Server error message. Edit/Add: The *only* thing I can think of, is that we did have a few blackouts recently (and of course my UPS battery needs replacement so it's currently bypassed...), so the only thing I can think of is that could have affected something and why I mentioned something may have gotten corrupted. It just seems weird that having installed a new (and different) app the issue would persist, unless the broken/corrupted files are ones being reused (and if that is even the problem at all). Just to think of alternate options, what's the worst in starting over? It would just need to rebuild my media library, art, etc. etc.?
  10. Guys... On one hand, I have *just* (this past month) purchased new hardware to upgrade my server (i3 9100 and 16GB RAM), but on the other hand, this is a server that gets very light use... Only for me to store my stuff and access it, and to watch movies which we do usually just 1 at a time (1 stream) and it works perfectly even for 4K movies... Granted *sometimes* CPU/MEM spikes up probably when plex is doing something, and I will need to reboot it (of course not desired, one of the reasons's I'm upgrading, etc. etc.) but other than that it worked fine and has been working fine for over a year... So while not optimal, it's not a hardware issue. *something* broke/got corrupted/whatever in the install causing the plex web server to not work anymore (and of course I have no clue hence the help request ) I would like to first fix the issue and have everything working normally, and then I will do the hardware upgrade.
  11. Crap, just saw this. Will post when I get home this afternoon
  12. Just for the record, run command after removing those mappings: Stopping container: PlexMediaServer Successfully stopped container 'PlexMediaServer' Removing container: PlexMediaServer Successfully removed container 'PlexMediaServer' Command:root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='PlexMediaServer' --net='host' --log-opt max-size='100m' --log-opt max-file='3' --privileged=true -e TZ="America/Buenos_Aires" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'VERSION'='docker' -e 'TCP_PORT_32400'='32400' -e 'TCP_PORT_3005'='3005' -e 'TCP_PORT_8324'='8324' -e 'TCP_PORT_32469'='32469' -e 'UDP_PORT_1900'='1900' -e 'UDP_PORT_32410'='32410' -e 'UDP_PORT_32412'='32412' -e 'UDP_PORT_32413'='32413' -e 'UDP_PORT_32414'='32414' -e 'PUID'='99' -e 'PGID'='100' -v '/mnt/user/TV Shows/':'/TV Shows':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/Movies/3D Movies/':'/Movies - 3D':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/Movies/SD Movies/':'/Movies - SD':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/Movies/HD Movies/':'/Movies - HD':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/Movies/UHD Movies/':'/Movies - UHD':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/PlexMediaServer/':'/config':'rw' 'linuxserver/plex' cb42d272f41566ffa28fb0547f89fde0e2609043538a22663d76e9e1dee5f86c The command finished successfully!
  13. Ok, this is weird.. I just went to check again and they DO show up and have no mappings like you say. No clue why this woul reappear. I will go ahead and remove them.
  14. No, I do not and did not create them either. These seem to be what appear when you install the app, except I changed them before hitting apply (initially, not later). Not really sure why they would show up, they do not appear in the gui config of the docker... Regarding the rootfs, what would fill this up? i’m not doing anything on purpose/manually there.
  15. Ok, and here is the full diagnostics, as requested. Thanks again for the help. tower-diagnostics-20190813-2212.zip