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  1. snowboardjoe

    [Support] Clowrym's Docker Repository

    I looked more into this today, but still unable to get it running again. The docker.log reports: time="2019-04-15T13:58:23-05:00" level=info msg="shim reaped" id=79a57e2ec068e23e5876a15802ec53bca5e21b02ecb518862be57b1d734a32aa time="2019-04-15T13:58:23.298963594-05:00" level=info msg="ignoring event" module=libcontainerd namespace=moby topic=/tasks/delete type="*events.TaskDelete" time="2019-04-15T13:58:23.316022846-05:00" level=warning msg="Failed to delete conntrack state for 172.17.0.13: invalid argument" time="2019-04-15T13:58:24-05:00" level=info msg="shim docker-containerd-shim started" address="/containerd-shim/moby/79a57e2ec068e23e5876a15802ec53bca5e21b02ecb518862be57b1d734a32aa/shim.sock" debug=false pid=27205 The log for the container itself is empty. Not sure what else to look at. Installed deludge and that's running, but would like to go back to Transmission if possible.
  2. I had a power event over the past few days. Only realized this when I get home last night and think it was during the storms Friday morning. I don't know how long it was out, but not too long since all of my computing systems were online and uninterrupted. Then I realized I never saw an event from unRAID regarding the UPS. I went to check the logs and noticed this: Apr 15 07:58:33 laffy apcupsd[13396]: apcupsd exiting, signal 15 Apr 15 07:58:33 laffy apcupsd[13396]: apcupsd shutdown succeeded Apr 15 07:58:33 laffy apcupsd[2209]: apcupsd 3.14.14 (31 May 2016) slackware startup succeeded This is happening about every few days. So, why did I not get notifications about the power failure a few days ago (it was logged to /var/log/apcupsd.events) and why is the daemon restarting so much? Is that normal?
  3. snowboardjoe

    [Support] Clowrym's Docker Repository

    This docker is no longer working for me. Unable to debug it too. It keeps going through the process of grabbing all of the OPVN files from NordVPN and running that through sed to format all of them. It dies after a few minutes and restart all over again. Any suggestions to figure out what is happening here, or has this been abandoned?
  4. The secure connection setting only applies to attaching to the local client running on your unRAID host. Has it ever completed a backup? Does CP on the server end show it's getting a connection?
  5. Keep in mind this is not an unRAID problem. This is a bug with Crucial and they have not resolved it yet. This error is reported by multiple platforms and not limited to just unRAID. I'm actually considering abandoning these devices and going with Samsung. In the meantime, disabling attribute 197 works around the problem and silences the false positives. You still have attributes being watched to keep track of reallocated sectors (you're not totally blind to a drive going bad).
  6. snowboardjoe

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Nextcloud

    Not sure what would cause that. Maybe delete the app and try again? Maybe a typo in the URL?
  7. Yeah, the documentation is confusing for that. 8GB is definitely the max. New system is running great and very happy so far.
  8. snowboardjoe

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Nextcloud

    In general, write performance is not fantastic. Data transfer speeds still depend on your configuration (share configuration, using cache, speed of cache, etc.) and there is database activity to process each file (lots of tiny files will result in more overhead vs. a few large files). I haven't measured the performance overall of writing to my NC app, but it's definitely slower compared to simply copying the data from my local system to a share over the network (also 1Gb network here).
  9. snowboardjoe

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Nextcloud

    Deleting the container alone does not modify the contents of /mnt/user/appdata/mariadb. It only removes the images from docker.img. Most containers when reinstalled will either create new configuration files if they are not present. If you manually manipulated the data in /mnt/user/appdata/mariadb, then all bets are off depending on what you modified. If you want to destroy what's there, you would remove all contents within /mnt/user/appdata/mariadb while the container is stopped. There is no need to remove and add the container back. As for Nextcloud, the config should be located in /mnt/user/appdata/nextcloud. Where you place your data is up to you and you define that in the container configuration. For example, in my case, all of my data is located in /mnt/user/nextcloud which maps to /data within the container when it's running (referenced as Host Path 2 in my configuration).
  10. Yep! That's how it works. You can even install a CP client on another system and restore that way too once you're logged into it with your account. Web is super easy, so multiple options available.
  11. snowboardjoe

    [PLUGIN] Disk Location

    I doubt he's getting that error anymore since he's able to retrieve good data from all of his drives again. That script should expect to see all of that data and just served as an indicator to a deeper problem that he fixed.
  12. snowboardjoe

    [PLUGIN] Disk Location

    Yeah, because some things changes with the path, the plugin will have you set that back up again as the mapping has been lost (there was a discussion about this earlier in this same thread). Glad you found the problem and happy to help. Go get some sleep!
  13. snowboardjoe

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Nextcloud

    How did you "jack" with your MariaDB container? Did you modify your /mnt/user/appdata/mariadb structure? Your configuration for Nextcloud and your data should already be in two different filesystems and/or directories. So, your data should remain untouched. If I were to start over and no other application is storing data in MariaDB): Stop Nextcloud Stop MariaDB Destroy all configuration and data for MariaDB. Destory all configuration for NextCloud. Start MariaDB and let it initialize. Start Nextcloud and let it initialize. Restore and custom configurations to Nextcloud (save a copy of your config.php?). Setup Nextcloud and point to your existing data and run a scan of what's there. I've borked my Nextcloud before when I was setting things up by losing the admin password. I was able to modify the DB to get that back and get back on track again without needed to restore anything.
  14. snowboardjoe

    [PLUGIN] Disk Location

    Beware that's a different configuration for the cache pool. In that screenshot, the cache devices are in concatenated--not mirrored. I don't know how that effects the results, though, it at all. That could also be an older version of unRAID there. I would click on that disk from the main screen and check to make sure all SMART attributes are present and compare to other drives. Start with temperature data. If you're not getting a value there, then something is wrong. We should probably take this over to another thread too and not hijack the Disk Location plugin thread.
  15. snowboardjoe

    [PLUGIN] Disk Location

    The data for both drives should always be present: Should run some SMART tests on that one drive. Could be a power cycle makes it right again too.