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  1. Now edit the docker container template and change the image name to mcmyadmin2-java16
  2. Look into using docker commit to create a new image from your modified container.
  3. If possible make sure that the USB stick is in a USB2.0 port. Some people have had issues getting certain motherboards to boot correctly from disks connected to USB3 ports. No idea which boards but its worth a try.
  4. I would suggest taking a closer look at you system performance with something like Netdata, the unRAID dashboard is not particularly detailed about system performance. I would suspect you will find very high iowait and that your pegged core is mostly busy waiting for IO. Why that would bog down your entire system and what to do about it I unfortunately dont known.
  5. It kind of depends what you want to do in python. If you are looking to use python to script tasks to run on your unRAID server and call them from the user scripts plugin i would suggest the official python docker images (but no GUI). If you are looking to do python script development I would look into vscode or jupyter-notebook.
  6. @artafinde Also since you last checked this plugin has been forked and the fork supports swapfiles on BTRFS.
  7. That is how I use it. I am honestly not certain of the advantages of deleting it every on stop. This plugin is a fork of an existing swapfile plugin and that setting was carried over. Unfortunately that likely means that something went wrong in attempting to start swap, check your logs for messages logged by the swapfile plugin.
  8. Yeah thats part of what i need to figure out how to express in the plugin interface. It looks like a simple subfolder, but when we are talking about BTRFS it has to be a subvolume which is created differently than a normal subfolder. That is why it is important to let the plugin create the subfolder when the underlying filesystem is BTRFS. That said creating the subvolume manually is possible just a pain.
  9. No i think you have it correct, if using a BTRFS file system it MUST be a single device (rather than a BTRFS RAID pool). In this case you are hitting one of the limitations of the UI/Help that i havent figured out how to address (mostly inform the user of) yet. For swapfile to be used on BTRFS they must be placed in a non-COW subvolume of a BTRFS file system. I assume you are trying to do something like this /mnt/working/swapfile where swapfile is in the file name field and /mnt/working is in the path field. Instead you should have something like this /mnt/working/swapfile_dir/swap
  10. @JibbsIsMe @Adriano Frare I have made an update to the plugin that i believe will address your issues. It is live now, try it out when you get a chance.
  11. The plugin logs to the main system log.
  12. I suggest uninstalling both the new and old swap plugins, rebooting, and then installing the new plugin. That should clear things out.
  13. Probably not as the swap file is only used to swap out applications Actually I believe that when ram space is low any pages in ram (except maybe for some kernel stuff) are eligible to be written to swap. Theoretically if you have a swapfile active and are writing data to tmpfs those pages could make there way into the swapfile. That said i dont imagine performance would be that great, my experience with very large swapfiles (as big or bigger than system ram) hasnt been great. Might be worth trying though.