Spritzup

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  1. I was experiencing the same issue, but it seems to be resolved now. Related though, in the previous version of unmanic, you could set it to create a stereo track from an existing multi-channel track (while keeping the original). That said, I can't find an option to do that anywhere... does anyone have any ideas? Thanks! ~Spritz
  2. I believe @Kopernikus question segways into mine. I'm currently using HAProxy and am looking to switch to NPM. However, is it possible to do a wildcard http to https redirect? Thanks! ~Spritz
  3. Any reason why you're using /mnt/cache/appdata vs /mnt/user/appdata? I was under the impression that /mnt/user was preferred? ~Spritz
  4. haha, this bug of yours may actually be a "fix" for what I'm trying to do, namely have it rescan my library and create add a 2-channel sound track to most items. It won't catch everything, but should catch most. ~Spritz
  5. This may be a stupid question, and it is a question that is born from my own stupidity. Initially when I set UnManic, I thought I had set it so that it would create a stereo stream (without modifying the original stream), however that doesn't appear the case and I've now converted all 70+TB of TV. Is it possible to set unmanic to rescan the library and just do the audio portion? Thanks in advance for any help! ~Spritz
  6. Apologies for raising a thread from the dead, but I've finally got around attempting to implement this, albeit slightly different. I'm looking to have my VM's on their own bridge, but I lose connectivity to containers running on the host (though not the host itself). I've tried the suggestions you made in this thread @bonienl, but nothing worked. So either I need to keep everything on the same bridge (which is not my preference), or using VLAN's for my VM's. ~Spritz
  7. I'm excited to upgrade, great work guys! Just a quick question (and I read the release notes), but is their any major changes to networking functionality? Specifically communication between bridges and/or a method to set a default bridge for docker containers (similar to what exists for VM's) Thanks again for all the hard work everyone!! ~Spritz
  8. Morning All, Long story short, I want to have my VM's on a dedicated bridge, and then unraid/containers on their own separate bridge. I created the bridge's without issue, assigning an IP to the unraid bridge and no ip to the VM bridge. However my VM on the VM bridge is unable to view the webui of the containers on the server (though it can view the unraid UI just fine). Any thoughts or guidance? Thanks in advance! ~Spritz
  9. Good Morning, I have what I hope are two fairly simple questions. I current have a quad port i350 installed on the server, plus the two onboard i211. I'd like to pass two of the ports through to individual VM's (idealy the I211's), however all the ports are in the same IOMMU group (along with other things). Is their a way to do this, or is the solution to use ACS Override (which I'm worried about stability). The second is cleaning up the VM templates. And I apologize, as this may be a stupid question, but I'm passing through a USB hub, so I don't see the need to have a "virtual" one. Further, I really don't need the virtual keyboard and mouse. Any tips or guidance would be appreciated! ~Spritz
  10. Thank you @mkfelidae, that did it! Also, was I correct about the typo? Thanks! ~Spritz
  11. Thanks for this guide @mkfelidae, it's appreciated! I thought I had tweaked my VM's for ultimate performance, but your guide allowed me to eek out a bit more performance! I just have 2 comments / questions. The first is that you have a typo in your guide. For numatune, the proper format (I believe) is --> <numatune> <memory mode='strict' nodeset='0'/> </numatune> So single vs double quotes. The other thing is a question. How do I know that the numatune settings are being applied correctly? Thanks again! ~Spritz
  12. I'll caveat this post by saying that I've had a few interactions with @limetech over the last 10+ years, and he's always been kind, gracious and understanding. The kind of guy you would enjoy going for a drink with and shooting the shit. That said, @limetech you've now made two missteps in your posts in the last week. It may be a consideration to either a) have a third party review your posts prior to posting (at least the non-technical ones) or b) get a community manager. This isn't a criticism, but rather an obervation. I sincerely believe you when you say that you meant no disrespect with your posts, but something is getting lost in translation. Your expertise is creating this awesome OS. Get someone whose expertise is being the conduit for this awesome community. ~Spritz
  13. I'm not sure what you mean by modify the template, but I will say that every time I update the container, those mappings come back... even after I've deleted them. It's irritating, because then those shares are created, and it appears that it's only this container that does it. ~Spritz
  14. Minor complaint, but how do I stop it from auto creating the Media directory in my user share? Everytime I delete it, it comes back. Thanks! ~Spritz
  15. @limetech reached out to me and cleared everything up. It was just a miscommunication, but I'm all good now and back up and running. Thanks guys, as always, great customer service! ~Spritz
  16. Well I ended up buying myself a new key, as it's been radio silence from @limetech. I suspect that something out of the ordinary happened, since in nearly the decade I've been using unRaid, they've always been very responsive. Even last week Jon was getting back to me within 30 minutes, I just couldn't line up a time to get the new key setup. I hope everyone is all good ~Spritz
  17. I already used my onetime use for the year unfortunately.
  18. So does anyone know if I can use a temporary license until Limetech gets back to me regarding moving my key over? I'm sort of dead in the water without a valid key (no plex, no PC's, nothing) Thanks! ~Spritz
  19. Hey All, I've read the other posts on this, but I just want to make sure my understanding is correct before I do this. Basically my USB stick suddenly went RO and can't be accessed via unRaid. I can still read it within Windows, so my plan is to copy it to a new USB, plug it in and reboot. Once the GUI comes back up, I will transfer the license to the new USB. My understanding is that this should be a transparent process. Is my understanding correct? Is there anything else I should be aware of? Thanks! ~Spritz
  20. Thanks for the reply. The issue I'm having is that Sonarr doesn't recognize that the shows have been converted to 265 after Unmanic has processed them. Their is no way to force a rescan, short of deleting the library and re-adding the files. I'm attempting to keep things fully automated, and I'm OCD about things showing correctly. It also irks me that Sonarr may "update" a show to 265 that's already 265. ~Spritz
  21. Apologies for replying to myself, but what workflow are you guys using to have Unmanic play nicely with with Sonarr (specifically V3). I thought about using the Blackhole setting, but then I lose failed download handling. So I'd love to hear any ideas ~Spritz
  22. Even that won't update it unfortunately. While unmanic is awesome (in my test folder it saved me 1TB of space!), it's beauty would be the integration into existing tools. With Sonarr V3 being able to upgrade to 265 (if configured), it will be downloading updates to files that are already 265. If unmanic could simply tag the file in someway, it would be amazing, but I believe @Josh.5 has stated that it is out of the scope of what he wants to do. ~Spritz
  23. According to the Sonarr dev, the only time it will scan the media (and thus update it) is when the filename changes. I've now confirmed with multiple shows that this is indeed the case. The only shows that were updated were ones where the extension changed (for example, mp4 to mkv) and therefore Sonarr reads it as a filename change. Apparently the only way to have Sonarr rescan everything is to delete and re-add the library, which sort of renders Unmanic less useful for a large number of people... which is unfortunate ~Spritz
  24. Do you happen to know how often these scheduled library changes run? I have some shows from a few days ago now that still haven't updated. ~Spritz
  25. Compliments to @Josh.5, this thing is a beast! Testing it out right now on a smaller library, but it's averaging a 40-50% reduction in file size. The only issue that I'm running into is how to let Sonarrv3 know that the file has been changed to 265? I read the thread and didn't see a solution ~Spritz