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  1. Ah!! Stupid me! That did the trick! Thank you so much - it was messing with my OCD
  2. Went into the advanced settings and tweaked a password setting to trigger an update. It re-did the container, but still shows up with no version number. Strange.
  3. I had two dockers that lit up as having an update ready for them - but there was no Update button showing. Other dockers that had updates, showed the button alright. Going into the Docker menu, there was an "Apply Update" button that did work. I have so far updated only one and keeping the other not updated if troubleshooting requires one to be "stuck" 🙂 Not sure if it's a Docker template, Docker Engine issue or a UI issue? So I am starting by asking here in the Docker Engine part of the forum.
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    Which is why I am asking - to show a demand
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    Anyone looking at doing a Jitsi docker for UnRaid? https://jitsi.org/
  6. Thank you for this - I did this and the mounting worked. Deleted all of the recordings to make some room, but alas the VM now reports this when trying to start it: The vdisk.img file is apparently 515G even though the disk is only a 480GB drive?
  7. It’s mounted with UD and has a vdisk file on it 😕
  8. That sounds right. The SSD is chucked full, which is weird since unifi video server i supposed to purge recordings after one week. But anyhow - is it possible to access the vdisk inage on the SSD and manually delete some files? Can I mount the vdisk outside the VM somehow?
  9. Just wanted to report back that it is now working. For some odd reason the server now shows up under LAN filter in the in-game server browser, which it never did before. But hey, kids are happy again and I don't get nagged every day about dinos dying because they're not getting fed and stuff, so all is good 🙂 Thanks again!
  10. I have an Ubuntu 18 VM dedicated to running the unifi video application and taking care of 3 cameras. The VM doesn't do anything else. It writes data (video recordings) to an SSD (480GB) mounted using Unassigned Devices plugin. The drive is formatted as EXT4 and is not accessed by anything else but this VM. The cache pool where the Ubuntu install itself resides, is a BTRFS pool. The VM has two CPUs (from a Xeon E3-1230 v6) pegged to it (3/7) and 4GB of RAM (out of a total of 16GB). There are some dockers running as well, but utilization of CPU and RAM is rarely above 40% There are no other VM
  11. So, I am not able to test it out right now but will tomorrow. But a big Thank You! for the fast response - very much appreciated!
  12. It seems that after I applied the last update of the Ark docker, the server no longer announces itself. I cannot see it in the in-game server browser. I didn't change any settings, only applied the update. Port forwards are the same. These are the last entries in the log: Connecting anonymously to Steam Public...Loaded client id: 14768019353233213554 Listening for IPv4 broadcast on: 27036 Logged in OK Waiting for user info...OK ---Update Server--- ---Validating installation--- Waiting for user info...OK ---Update Server--- ---Validating installation--- Redirecting stderr to '/s
  13. It is working now 🙂 So, I have some save-files from a server I used to run dedicated. They are probably 6 months old. Would you happen to now if it would work dumping them in the saved games and picking up from where I left? I guess I could just try
  14. Thanks! That progressed thing a little further 🙂 Everything seems to start up fine but I get this error message in the end: [S_API FAIL] SteamAPI_Init() failed; SteamAPI_IsSteamRunning() failed. EDIT: Looking back in the thread, I can see that this is apparently only a warning because SteamCMD is not running. I'll try to muck about with it and see if I can find the server in the browser in-game.