Posts posted by dmaxwell351
7 hours ago, Elefantito said:
Once I did that, then restarted the splunk service and the webui came up.
is it possible to add this fix to the docker so I don't have to add it everytime the docker restarts?
That looks like the fix! I just updated the Dockerfile to include it...
Got splunk updated to 6.5.3! I haven't tested if it fixes the BTRFS issue yet, but hopefully that will do it since they do say it is supported now...
On 3/7/2017 at 10:49 AM, HocEman said:
I was having the same problem, and figured out a solution.
Thank you for this! I've updated the dockerfile to include the h.265 codec.
Sadly, InMethod hasn't updated the linux version of Air Video HD past 2.2.3.
Mine are done: Air Video HD and Splunk.
I have windows AirVideo running in a VM, and it seems the clients can autodiscover it on the local network. That way I don't have to manually enter the IP address.
This docker image doesn't seem to do that. Is that an issue with the Linux server? Or the container? I checked the server's local ports that are open using netstat, comparing against the Bonjour ports listed here, and I don't see any open.
Hey coppit, inmethod has said that autodiscovery is planned but not supported yet for the Linux version of the server...
I was so surprised to find a SPLUNK doker for unRAID.
And it worked a treat, BUT I can't remember the default login to the webUI and I can't find it anymore.
Could you let me know where I can find it again?
Maybe you could add it to the description of the docker?
Hey roland, glad it's working well! The default login is (and I'll add it to the description as well):
username: admin password: changeme
In the newer betas, the loopback image that unRAID uses for Docker is BTRFS but the underlying storage can be XFS, ReiserFS, or BTRFS.
So in my case... my cache drive is XFS, so when I map the data volume for the splunk container to /mnt/cache/apps/splunk, splunk sees that it is running on an XFS filesystem....
I haven't been able to think of a good workaround for running it on BTRFS that would be docker friendly...
Yep that was it, no btrfs support, which is really surprising!
I'm going to begin publishing some docker builds I've been doing for my unRAID setup...
Air Video HD [phusion] - https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/dmaxwell/airvideohd/
Everything that was great about Air Video, re-thought and re-engineered to bring you the best and most reliable streaming video app for iOS devices.
- Version - Linux v2.1.3
- Website - http://forums.inmethod.com/topic/2291-air-video-server-hd-for-linux/
splunk [phusion] - https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/dmaxwell/splunk/
Splunk is a search and analytics engine that supports a wide variety of data inputs and also many custom applications. I use it as a destination for my home networking syslogs and netflows. The free version is limited to 500MB/day.
- Website - http://www.splunk.com
- Demo - https://www.splunk.com/getsplunk/onlinesandbox
04.03.2017 - Updated splunk to 6.5.3
03.14.2017 - Added support for h.265 to Air Video HD
10.30.2015 - Updated Air Video HD to v2.2.0
05.07.2015 - Updated Air Video HD to v2.1.3
03.16.2015 - Added Air Video HD
03.04.2015 - Release
[REPO] dmaxwell351 repo - Air Video HD, splunk
in Docker Containers
It's interesting because I have $SPLUNK_HOME defined after a vanilla install of splunk...
Either way, it's set in the Dockerfile now, so the command to append the optimistic file locking setting should work!