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  1. roland

    [Support] Data-Monkey - netdata

    Hi @drdebian I haven't tried it, but there are instructions on the docker hub Page on setting up emails https://hub.docker.com/r/titpetric/netdata
  2. Hi, maybe a bit off-topic, but I hope you guys have a good opinion on this. I am trying to "backup and document" my setup on Github. Will the complete nginx reverse proxy config potentially reveal too much detail to share? subdomains/ports/forwards/ ..... Of course, I won't post the .htaccess file, but I wanted all other files there. *.conf and all site-confs/* What do you think?
  3. roland

    [Support] Data-Monkey - netdata

    Yes, the docker got updated a lot lately. https://hub.docker.com/r/titpetric/netdata/builds/ This template just follows the docker build. And I think that build follows the commits on netdata. But do you really need to have the most up to date version all the time? Just set it to auto update once a day and forget about it.... (At least this is my approach)
  4. roland

    [Support] Data-Monkey - netdata

    I accepted a merge request https://github.com/Data-Monkey/docker-templates/pull/3 to change the default config mapping to /etc/ netdata /override From the merge request, thanks a lot acrelle: Change the default netdata configuration to be /etc/netdata/override. Scripts placed in here are automatically copied into /etc/netdata during the container start script. /etc/netdata/override is the volume exposed in the original Dockerfile: https://hub.docker.com/r/titpetric/netdata/~/dockerfile/
  5. Overview: Template for the official Chronograf docker maintained by InfluxData (the guys that run InfluxDB) The original Admin frontend in InfluxDB does not exist anymore, it got replaced by Chronograf Chronograf is the Complete Interface for the InfluxData Platform Application: Chronograf https://www.influxdata.com/time-series-platform/chronograf/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/_/chronograf/ Repository: https://github.com/Data-Monkey/docker-templates Template: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Data-Monkey/docker-templates/master/Data-Monkey/chronograf.xml This is just a template to easily install the official Chronograf docker on unRAID. I was looking for the admin frontend to my InfluxDB and needed Chronograf. Hopefully, this will help someone else to get started... HOW TO install this container: This template is now available in CA, just install the Community Applications plugin, search for Chronograf and add it. connect to InfluxDB Once the docker is installed, head to the web-UI [Tower-IP]:[8888]. The first thing it is asking for is the URL to the Influx DB. In my case, it was default [Tower-IP]:[8086] followed by username/pasword. And that was it...
  6. Overview: Template for the official neo4j docker maintained by neo4j neo4j is a highly scalable, robust, native graph database. It is used in mission-critical apps by thousands of leading startups, enterprises, and governments around the world. Application: neo4j https://neo4j.com/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/_/neo4j/ Repository: https://github.com/Data-Monkey/docker-templates Template: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Data-Monkey/docker-templates/master/Data-Monkey/neo4j.xml This is just a template to easily install the official neo4j docker on unRAID. I was curious about these graph databases and neo4j seems to be the one to try. Unfortunately their free sandbox expired after a few days, so I installed the docker. Hopefully this will help someone else to get started... HOW TO install this container: This template is now available in CA, just install the Community Applications plugin , search for neo4j and add it. happy graphing!
  7. roland

    [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    I have recreated everything again and it works now.... thanks for all your hard work @binhex ! a beer is on its way!
  8. roland

    [Support] Data-Monkey - netdata

    Hi @L0rdRaiden, Sorry, I have been missing for a while. THere has been some development to the docker by titpetric over at dockerhub. From his page: https://hub.docker.com/r/titpetric/netdata/ Adding custom alarms, charts and configuration overrides To add custom alarms, charts or to override any default configuration file, mount a volume to the container to /etc/netdata/override, like -v /opt/netdata/overrides:/etc/netdata/override. Then, place your config files in the directory as if it was /etc/netdata/. For example to create a custom alarm for system temperature, create a health.d folder in your local directory (/opt/netdata/override in the example above) and place a sensors.conf file with your alarm configuration inside the health.d directory. By default my template maps /etc/netdata to your config directory, in my case /mnt/cache/appdata/netdata inside there you should find the override folder. Most likely empty. But that is where you can add your configurations. I have not tried this yet, the things you mention show up in my config by default.
  9. roland

    [Support] Data-Monkey - netdata

    Done ! Thanks @realies for pointing out the obvious. GitHub is updated. https://github.com/Data-Monkey/docker-templates/blob/master/Data-Monkey/netdata.xml
  10. roland

    [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    Hi binhex, yes it looks like the example you showed. I am using the linuxserver.io version and there is one more option to ADD PAUSED but other than that it is the same. I also tried all different toggle options and confirmed the password. But no joy. In the deluge preferences, the WebUI plugin is not ticked, but the web login works fine. Should it be ticked? (Sorry, at work now, can't get a screenshot) edit: I also just upgraded to the latest unRAID OS version, maybe that did it? (Too many changes to my system in one go without proper testing in between....) Thanks Roland
  11. roland

    [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    Hi, I have been running an old version of this docker for a long long time and it worked perfectly. I was stuck on the old version due to some VPN issues but they are resolved now and the current version works fine with my VPN. Thanks for that!! But here is my new problem, my sonarr does not talk to deluge anymore. The error I get is this: Unknown exception: The request timed out: 'http://192.168.2.130:8112/json' Deluge is configured on the default port and password. Looking for answers: https://forums.sonarr.tv/t/solved-linking-sonarr-to-deluge/13364/3 This suggests to enable the WebUI plugin in Deluge, but I can't enable it. The Apply or OK button don't work and it always returns to disabled. I have a feeling I encountered this before, but I can't figure it out this time. What kind of addtional details would you need? I am fairly sure it is something simple that I am missing! btw CP is still working, but I think they use different protocols. Thanks
  12. roland

    [Support] Data-Monkey - netdata

    The official netdata docker has a github commit hook, so that whenever there is a new commit to it, it's building a new docker image. And as far as you can see in the GitHub commit log, there are daily commits. You can install the auto update plugin (CA Auto Update Applications ) and just keep up-to-date that way.
  13. roland

    [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    Hi @binhex my VPN provider released an updated certificate and I just tried to update it here. The openvpn protocol is TCP-CLIENT But when I define this in the VPN_PROTOCOL variable the iptables command does not like it. iptables v1.6.1: unknown protocol "tcp-client" specified When I change it to TCP the openvpn command complains: [debug] OpenVPN command line '/usr/bin/openvpn --cd /config/openvpn --config /config/openvpn/swissvpn.ovpn --daemon --dev tun0 --remote connect.swissvpn.net 1194 --proto tcp --reneg-sec 0 --mute-replay-warnings --auth-nocache --keepalive 10 60 --setenv VPN_PROV custom --script-security 2 --up /root/openvpnup.sh --up-delay --up-restart --auth-user-pass credentials.conf --log-append /config/supervisord.log' Options error: --proto tcp is ambiguous in this context. Please specify --proto tcp-server or --proto tcp-client 172.17.0.0/16 dev eth0 proto kernel scope link src 172.17.0.4 I have now hardcoded the tcp-client value in your openvpn.sh script and defined VPN_PROTOCOL = tcp and that works. The same variable needs to have two different values at different points in the scripts. # define common command lne parameters for openvpn openvpn_cli="/usr/bin/openvpn --cd /config/openvpn --config ${VPN_CONFIG} --daemon --dev ${VPN_DEVICE_TYPE}0 --remote ${VPN_REMOTE} ${VPN_PORT} --proto tcp-client --reneg-sec 0 --mute-replay-warnings --auth-nocache --keepalive 10 60 --setenv VPN_PROV ${VPN_PROV} --script-security 2 --up /root/openvpnup.sh --up-delay --up-restart" But obviously that is not a permanent solution. Any chance you could look into this sometime? EDIT: if it helps, the provider is SWISSVPN.net
  14. roland

    [Support] binhex - DelugeVPN

    Check the FAQ for his VPN dockers