Uroth

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  1. Hello, Is there way to run 2 instances of Sonarr? I want one instance for my TV-Series and one instance for Anime just to keep them separated. When I try and create a new docker and set different webgui ports and config folders it doesnt work. Seems to default back to the standard port and when I change it then it can't find anything.
  2. Okay, looking at this one then: https://www.ebay.com/itm/LSI00244-9201-16i-PCI-Express-2-0-x8-SATA-SAS-Host-Bus-Adapter-Card/272695245759 the 9300 is a bit pricey but sure, more future proof. But I don't see my needs for it.
  3. Hello, Currently running 2 marvel based controllers and this isn't recommended for unraid and I am seeing some issues. Need help to find the best card for me to switch over to. I am using a norco 4020 knock off chasi. So that is 5 backplanes 8087 sff. 4 of them are going into my 2 marvel cards and 1 is going to a breakout cable and into the sataports on the mobo. (Total 20 hdds) Now, I would like to replace both the marvels with 1 LSI controller and if possible connect all 5 backplanes to it, or at least 4 of them. I am also using several 10
  4. Does it also work in Emby Version 3.5.3.0? I don't want to upgrade to the 4+ version.
  5. Thank you, that worked. Guess I will stay on this version forever now.
  6. Hello, is there a way to downgrade to the old version(Before 4.xxxx)? This new dumpster fire of an update is crap and I would like to go back to the old version. Transcoding is locked to premium users and the view for mixed content is messed up so it shows all newly added episodes of a tv-series instead of grouping it up. Like this: I use mixed content since I want Cartoon series and Movies and Animations to share the same library.
  7. Have you guys figured out how to get .m4b working? Most of my audiobooks are in this format.
  8. Hello, I am having a lot of issues with the latest version (or the latest versions, haven't updated in a few weeks until today) Seems to be issues with reporting the correct IP? Getting "Tracker: [Failure reason \"Invalid IP detected\"]" from a few trackers, and from old torrents that I have been seeding a while: "Tracker: [Failure reason \"401: You cannot download or seed the same torrents from more than 3 locations\"]"
  9. Correct me if I am wrong, but can you not just open a terminal (i.e putty) login with root and pw and run midnight commander? type mc and enter. Then browse to /mnt/disk(whatever the old disks number is) and then on the right side, /mnt/disk(new disk number) and then F6 to move over the files. You switch sides with the TAB key (You can also use the mouse). To select several folders hit the insert key on each folder so they turn yellow. I am currently at work so I can't show a proper screenshot of it but this is how the program looks like.
  10. I also have my own domain and yes it is nice. But even with your own domain you will still have the issue IF your ISP is changing your IP often as you need either a program that updates your domain provider with the new IP or if you do update it manually. (Which I will have to do the next time I have a major power outage and lose my IP)
  11. Are you sure your ISP is updating and changing your external IP often? In most cases that shouldn't be the case. I have a dynamic IP from my ISP but I have had the same IP for the last 2 years. I only lost my old one when I had a major power outage in my area that lasted longer than 24 hours which meant my lease time for my IP expired and when I got my power back again I was assigned a new IP. So if you have a stable environment and dont turn off your router for more than a few hours when doing some tinkering you shouldn't lose your external IP and shouldn't have a need for sites lik
  12. You could also go into your hosts file on your windows 10 machine and add the address to the server. "C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc" Like this: 192.168.1.(whatever your server IP is) tower example: # localhost name resolution is handled within DNS itself. # 127.0.0.1 localhost # ::1 localhost 192.168.1.109 tower Then when you try and access your server via \\tower windows will know the correct IP.
  13. I think a workaround is to use the Unassigned Devices plugin: http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=45807.0 A plugin you should already have installed on your server. Mount the USB and set it to auto-mount. And then in the docker container setup add a container path and set it to /mnt/disks/"Name of USB device" and then the path you want used in the container.