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  1. No idea. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  2. Can;t tell you exactly what the problem is but this is probably relevant. https://serverfault.com/a/396847 I'd recheck your config, I suspect you've missed a setting that is incorrect.
  3. Check your /config/nginx/logs/ folder to see what that says. That IO error is a bit concerning, makes me wonder if your appdata has become a bit corrupted.
  4. Logs for why the connection is failing would be my first suggestion. Otherwise not much to go on.
  5. docker exec -it habridge apk add openssh-client will install it, it won't survive a container update. You could look at this to install it at container startup time https://blog.linuxserver.io/2019/09/14/customizing-our-containers/
  6. V6.8.0rc5 done Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  7. V6.8.0rc5 done Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  8. See the link in the first post on how to update the container, in that post it shows you how to run occ Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  9. Here's a diff between testparm -sv output on v6.7.2 and v6.8.0rc3 chbmb@thinkpad:~/Downloads$ diff testparm-v6.7.2 testparm-v6.8.0rc3 38c38 < client min protocol = CORE --- > client min protocol = SMB2_02 57c57 < deadtime = 0 --- > deadtime = 10080 58a59 > debug encryption = No 143c144 < log level = 2 --- > log level = 1 207c208,210 < prefork children = 1 --- > prefork backoff increment = 10 > prefork children = 4 > prefork maximum backoff = 120 232c235 < server min protocol = LANMAN1 --- > server min protocol = SMB2_02 289d291 < web port = 901 369a372 > hide new files timeout = 0 390c393 < mangled names = yes --- > mangled names = illegal 426a430,433 > smbd async dosmode = No > smbd getinfo ask sharemode = Yes > smbd max async dosmode = 0 > smbd search ask sharemode = Yes testparm-v6.7.2 testparm-v6.8.0rc3
  10. Just to add my tuppence worth to this. I run Ubuntu on my desktop and with rc3 I am unable to see any of my Unraid machines on the LAN in my file browser, tried a few different file managers on my laptop, didn't make any difference at all, tried altering my SMB settings in Unraid, again didn't make a difference at all, downgraded to 6.7.2 and my machines reappear on the network browser in my file manager. However even on rc3 I was able to browse my network shares by addressing them directly in the file manager with smb://192.168.0.100/$share or smb://matrix/$share So I think that this all points to an issue with smb. I have one machine with netbios enabled and one without netbios enabled to test. Both are discoverable on v6.7.2 neither are discoverable on rc1/rc3. My main machine is the local master via the Dynamix Local Master plugin. EDIT: Actually when I've written rc1, I should have written v6.7.2, dunno what I was thinking. Have edited my post to reflect this.
  11. Can keep a track on things here https://status.digitalocean.com/incidents/sb6p4w9ksqlg?u=d1yxkjzvvdxr
  12. Can check the progress of the outage here https://status.digitalocean.com/incidents/sb6p4w9ksqlg?u=d1yxkjzvvdxr
  13. Yeah, Digital Ocean has an issue at the minute with it's spaces, and that's where our builds are. Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk