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  1. Okay, thanks for the link. So it seems one and two way sync are future enhancements. That compounds my confusion about the sync option though.
  2. It's set to keep the file in the original location, but auto upload is working well. Taping the folder's three dot menu from the Android Nextcloud app shows "Add to Favorites, Details, Rename, Move, Copy, Sync, Delete" as available options. It's Sync that I don't understand. What does this do? I haven't been able to determine; it doesn't seem to do anything. My goal is to keep the auto upload folder in sync with the device. I have auto upload configured on the phone's camera folder. New photos are uploaded to server as expected. When photos are deleted from the phone, I'd li
  3. I'm using Nextcloud v20 with Android 3.16.0 app. Can anyone explain how sync works? Is it one way sync? Two way? Server to device or device to server? Etc.. I created a test folder and setup auto upload. New files are uploaded as expected. If I delete files in the test folder on the server, they are not deleted from the device. If I delete test files from the device, they are not deleted from the server. If I manually exec a sync, the files receive a green checkmark in the app, but it's not obvious what that means and I see no evidence of a sync.
  4. Thanks, I kind of figured that to be the resolution, but I suppose I don't completely understand why I need to choose a value which is equal or greater than the biggest file copied to the share.
  5. My array uses 3 data disks on unRAID 6.7.0. I have a share using the fill-up method having Minimum free space = 0KB; Split level =Automaticly split any; Included disk(s) = All; Excluded disk(s) = Disk 2; Use cache disk = No. The share should be using Disk1 and Disk3. Disk 1 is full with 515MB free. Disk 3 has 1.74TB free. The share reports 1.74TB free. I tried to copy a folder containing 40GB to the share (a VM consisting of some small 512KB files and larger 4GB files). It takes an extremely long time (350 KB/s) and eventually dies reporting there is not enough disk space. I
  6. It's mysterious. I asked the very same question awhile back.
  7. As has already been said, the user scripts plugin is the easiest method, but here is a manual alternative for those who don't like to take the easy way. Export desired crontab settings to a file on your flash stick: crontab -l > /boot/config/cron.txt Add the following line to your go script at /boot/config/go crontab /boot/config/cron.txt
  8. Old habits I guess. Since they're loaded, I use them.
  9. You make it sound like it's wrong to add a container from the docker menu. I do use CA, but if I also have repository URLs, is there a difference? Other than this display bug? Thanks. Understandable. Good to know it wasn't intentional.
  10. Once upon a time selecting a docker template was organized by repository. You could scroll down the list, locate the repository, and select the application. Now they're sorted alphabetically by application name. In cases where multiple repositories house the same application, the list shows duplicate applications without knowing which repository it's pulling from. I hope that makes sense. (See attachment). I don't recall the version where this was changed, but it was about a year ago. I find it to be a bit confusing. It seems like it would be an easy fix to an overall minor annoyance.
  11. I have two 250GB HDD used as a cache pool and wish to replace them both with 256GB SSD. This procedure look specific to a cache single disk. https://wiki.unraid.net/index.php/Replace_A_Cache_Drive Considering I have a pool in a RAID 1 config, can I simply remove Cache1, replace it, let it re-build, remove Cache2, replace it, let it re-rebuild?
  12. Is there a right way to restart a docker container every 24 hours and have it persist after a reboot? This is my solution. It works, but just wondering how others might do it. Create shell script to restart the docker container and save to flash stick. Edit crontab; adding a line to execute the above shell script at desired interval. Export crontab; saving output to a file on the flash stick. Edit GO script to import crontab at boot using the exported file.
  13. It appears like the checkbox does not correctly indicate if DLNA is enabled or disabled, but the setting does save for me. 10.2.1 did not work this way. This behavior must be new to 10.3.1. If you get it working, I'd be curious to know how long your server stays functional with it enabled. I've been dealing with a 24-48 max uptime before Airsonic becomes unresponsive.
  14. Any chance you want to enable it again, verify it's working properly, then wait and see what happens after a few days to weeks?