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  1. Thanks to all the information in this thread, I was finally able to get my grafana setup and working. However, I am running into some difficulty getting my graphs to display correctly and I was hoping that you guys wouldn't mind sharing some of your queries/config for your graphs. Specifically, I am looking for some help getting a singlestat to display my entire array and cache pool. I can see that @jedimstr and @atribe both have this on their dashboards and it looks great. Here's what I have now, one singlestat for each disk but I can't seem to find the right query to combine all the disks into one singlestat. Also, I get a strange error when I view my dashboard on the first load (Invalid dimensions for plot, width = 600, height = 0). If I hit the refresh button on the top-right it will go away and display correctly, but that is kinda annoying. Any ideas you all have for a fix for this issue would also be appreciated. I'm just getting started with grafana and just trying to gain some knowledge. Thanks. -majestic
  2. I must be missing something or doing something wrong. I certainly appreciate all your help as I continue to learn. I am starting fresh, so I don't have an existing Calibre installation or library. My plan (and perhaps poorly conceived) is to have a Calibre docker running the server/library on unRAID that I would then access from the desktop clients. The desktop clients would be able to place new books into a shared folder on unRAID (/downloads) and the cron running in the docker would import them into the central library, storing the books on protected storage on unRAID and accessible to the other clients for import onto their devices. After installing the docker I expected to have the Calibre server and the configuration files installed to /opt/calibre (mapped to /mnt/cache/appdata/calibre/ in my case) and the library/database file installed to /config (mapped to /mnt/user/Media/Books/Calibre/). When I look in these folders on my unRAID server I don't see any files. Did I miss some steps somewhere? Do I have to install a desktop version of Calibre first and point the configuration and library paths to my unRAID shares?
  3. I am trying to get your Calibre docker running but am not having any luck. I just get a "This webpage is not available" error when browsing to the WebUI. Here's my mappings. The strange thing is that there are no files created in the /appdata/calibre folder and I would have expected to have something there. Any help you can provide would be appreciated. Edit: I restarted the Docker and here's the log: Installing Clean - Apply any Custom Edits Installing to /opt/calibre Downloading tarball signature securely... Using previously downloaded calibre-2.38.0-x86_64.txz Defining Cron job from crons.conf Launching Cron Cron Done
  4. This is awesome. Thanks McCloud. I was planning to use ps3netsrv to make my first unRAID docker but you beat me to it.
  5. I guess you are right. I have my mappings set for /config to be /mnt/user/appdata/emby and I can see the artwork/metadata by browsing to the appropriate folders. Here's my output: Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/loop0 10G 1.5G 6.8G 19% /var/lib/docker So that seems to suggest I have 1.5G used and 6.8G free which doesn't match the GUI. Now I am really confused. Is there a command I can use to see how much space just my Emby container is using? Pardon my inexperience with docker.
  6. How are you guys able to determine how much space you are actually using in the docker.img? Is that available from the GUI? edit: I think I found it under the Docker tab (Docker volume info). Mine says: devid 1 size 10.00GiB used 6.04GiB path /dev/loop0 Seems like a lot to me, but I am running Emby so it's probably just artwork and metadata. Is there a way to tell how much space is used per container?
  7. Thanks for the clarification. I was aware of the /mnt/user0 folder being used for storage before the mover moves the data to the array. I guess I was just surprised to see docker.img in the root of the /mnt/user folder. Sounds like it is as it should be. -majestic
  8. I am a new unRAID Pro user (v6.0-beta15) and am setting up Docker for the first time. I followed the Docker Guide here (http://lime-technology.com/docker-guide/) and setup my Docker image at /mnt/cache/docker.img in the Docker settings page. I then created a cache-only user share called "appdata" for my application data. Now, when I browse to /mnt/user I see an /appdata folder and a docker.img file along with my other user share (/Media). I am just wondering if this is expected behavior, or if I have done something wrong with the Docker files. I do also see docker.img and /appdata in /mnt/cache (as I would expect) but I am just curious why they show up in both places (/mnt/cache and /mnt/user). Does this mean I have two copies, or is this a symbolic link thing? Any help to further my understanding of unRAID and Docker would be appreciated. Thank you. -majestic