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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    After two weeks, the server is stable and operating normally. Enabling the DLNA server seems to be the source of the memory consumption. Does anyone else have DLNA enabled and also have a stable server?
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    You can find the Airsonic app list here: https://airsonic.github.io/docs/apps/ Unless I misunderstood your question, you can't define separate podcast mappings like you can for music. I think the only way to achieve what you want is to run two instances of Airsonic.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    I could use some expert help figuring out why my airsonic server freezes; or more specifically why it's running out of memory. I'm using version 10.1.2 with UNRAID v6.6.6. I've attached 3 logs/snips showing the memory consumption on the docker tab. The files are named 1, 2 ,3 so you can compare the image with the log until it finally crashes. JAVA_OPTS is set to -Xms256m -Xmx768m. Increasing 512 to 768 extended the uptime another day or two. Airsonic settings are default except that DLNA server is enabled. As of this post, I disabled DLNA server and set JAVA_OPTS back to 512 and will monitor for improvement. Freezing was present prior to the following changes, but other settings changed include adding a custom container folder mapping and 3 podcast subscriptions. I believe much of what is visible in the logs is related to podcasts. Does it look normal? I don't know how to interpret. A bit of history... All was fine until I tried to enable the DLNA server. Nothing I tried would work. The suggested fix was to assign airsonic its own IP. That required an OS upgrade, so I upgraded UNRAID from 6.2.4 to 6.6.6. I installed airsonic, assigned own ip, and DLNA server worked as expected. The 6.6.6 upgrade hosed my cache pool, so long story short, I recovered what I wanted, removed traces of appdata and docker.img from the array and back to the cache. At this point, my docker.img has been re-created new and installed airsonic again 100% new with nothing carried forward from a previous install. airsonic_logs.zip
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    Slow transfer speeds to unraid box via share

    The average file size, nic drivers, disks, hardware, etc are factors, but it seems within normal range to me. I averaged 52MB/s when I ran a local disk to disk file copy of mostly large files and that was with parity disabled to improve performance. It doesn't look like your plex share is cache enabled? Enabling should speed up the writes. Turbo write (reconstruct write) is also something you could consider. I don't think the performance is as good as a cache disk, but the advantage is near cache write speed while maintaining parity protection. The disadvantage is it requires ALL your disks to spin up for every write operation. It's under disk settings Tunable (md_write_method).
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    Unountable disk in cache pool after upgrade to v6.6.6

    I tried the repair for kicks and although it reported the cache disk returned to normal operation; it wasn't. I had a heck of a time trying to do this. This is more or less the steps I took. Is there an easier way? Stop array Unassign both Start array Stop array Assign #1 cache Start array Format #1 cache Stop array Assign #2 cache Start array (data on #2 is wiped upon array start)
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    Cache drive question

    Thanks for the clarification. I wasn't 100% sure about it.
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    Cache drive question

    The size of your cache disk should be larger than the combined size of any files transferred in a 24hr period. When a share is configured to use a cache disk, all files copied to the share will be stored to the cache disk until the mover runs. This is when those files are moved off the cache disk and to the array. In your case, you could edit the share settings for the share you're copying data to and set the "Use cache disk" option to No. Copy your files. Then re-enable when done. Or I think if "Use cache disk" is set to Yes and the disk fills up, subsequent new files are stored to the array instead of the cache disk. Then when the mover is invoked, the cache files are moved to the array; completing the transfer.
  8. Last month I upgraded the Unraid OS from 6.2.4 to 6.6.5, then to 6.6.6 about a week later. All seemed fine until I noticed some of my docker appdata was missing. I didn't notice a problem with the cache pool until now mostly because all disk statuses were green. I have an unmountable cache disk. I've managed to mount the fs and copy the data I need. Considering that, is there any harm in attempting a repair with this command? Or am I better off to simply reformat? I've never used it before and all refs say use as last resort. btrfs check --repair <device> The file system checker in the GUI reported no errors. I'm kind of confused. Anyone know of possible reasons why the disk got to this state?
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - MySQL

    I didn't think so. It turns out my cache pool got hosed after the OS update. I have an unmountable disk and the databases are on it. Not a MySQL problem. Thanks!
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - MySQL

    6.2.4 to 6.6.5 to 6.6.6.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - MySQL

    Is there anything special I need to do with the MySQL docker to preserve data before upgrading the Unraid OS? At one time, I had a working instance of MySQL with some users, databases, tables, data, etc... Now, I see sad empty MySQL. I assume it disappeared after upgrading the Unraid OS. I thought the databases were saved to the appdata share, but I don't see any of my database files if navigate to /config within the docker.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    Not sure if it's Airsonic, Docker template, or Unraid OS, but the Airsonic server becomes unresponsive after about 12-24hrs. Restarting the docker container will bring it back temporarily. All was working fine until I upgraded stuff. The docker log shows there is a memory error? Caused by: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: GC overhead limit exceeded Would increasing the JAVA_OPTS help? My current setting is -Xms256m -Xmx512m Recent changes: Updated all plugins Updated Unraid to v6.6.5 Enabled Airsonic DLNA server Changed the network type to Custom : br0 and assigned a fixed IP in the docker template Updated Unraid to v6.6.6
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    Truth. Upgraded to 6.6.5 last week and found the time to play with Airsonic again tonight. DLNA is finally working! ... but I feel like it should have also worked without the OS update. Thanks for the help.
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    Unraid OS version 6.6.5 available

    It's out, wait no more! 🤘
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - airsonic

    Looks like unRAID 6.4+ is required to assign a different IP. {sigh} New rabbit hole to follow. https://forums.unraid.net/topic/57181-real-docker-faq/?page=2#comment-584226