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  1. Thanks bastl, Mine was a little more generic as this is currently running on none unraid hardware. I'm aiming it more towards my remote backup server that uses SSH to backup my remote systems. My current script could be configured to run on most things remotely for example That script will certainly be useful to read through however
  2. So its been a long time since i looked at this previously but as i'm bored of the holidays i thought i'd look at a way to do this a little differently. Instead of full backups which take too much time and data, i looked at implementing an approach closer to what i think windows replication would use. I have not been using this script full time, its just a testing script for now with no error checks etc. but if anyone wants to comment or elaborate on this they are more than welcome to. Testing wise i have run this many times, shutting down and restarting the vm after various runs, e
  3. I didn't no as my vm's were stored across my array and cache drives and they were all formatted up as XFS
  4. I'm afraid not. I had instances where the overlay images would fail to merge back in some instances so it would fail to backup on the next occurrence
  5. Hey Saarg I didn't think it would be but thank you for confirming. Regards, Jamie
  6. Hi All, So i did an update to the docker around an hour ago so its on :latest with no further updates available and the startup logs now have started to show this: [cont-init.d] executing container initialization scripts... [cont-init.d] 10-adduser: executing... usermod: no changes ------------------------------------- _ () | | ___ _ __ | | / __| | | / \ | | \__ \ | | | () | |_| |___/ |_| \__/ Brought to you by We gratefully accept donations at: -------------------
  7. I installed the user scripts plugin to unraid, added a new script named Fix Gpu Passthrough and set the content to #!/bin/bash echo 0 > /sys/class/vtconsole/vtcon0/bind echo 0 > /sys/class/vtconsole/vtcon1/bind echo efi-framebuffer.0 > /sys/bus/platform/drivers/efi-framebuffer/unbind I then set it to run "At first array start only" and just reboot. It will then run that command automatically when the array starts which occurs prior to any VM's being booted so happens early enough to cause no issues
  8. Attached are the docker settings i used The registry edits do 2 things, i haven't used this in a while so i'm unsure if their still needed or not: Alter the appearance settings for Wine so the blueiris interfaces look correct. Without it, certain setting boxes didn't render properly (close, minimise, fullscreen) Tell blue iris to minimise to the system tray. I found that if you kept blue iris open or tried to minimise it then it would often crash by default as wine would get bogged down. This allows it to be minimised and re-opened without the crashes and stops the dock
  9. So as i'm using more and more dockers i'm finding my docker screen getting a little messy (with 23 dockers) So my request is for some sort of docker grouping or categorisation in the docker gui. While it won't affect many users it may be useful to be able to group dockers by what their for and tidy up the interface For example, with my setup i'd want these groups: Home Media Services Web Services CCTV Utils Not Needed (i store old useful dockers here) It would be amazing to see something like this, potentially with a user c
  10. OK I did not think of this at all.... Safe to say this would be a much easier approach than what I was thinking of as it's more scalable Looks like I'm going to need to learn some docker potentially! Thanks both for your replies. As I say, it was a bit of an odd one and one I didn't really expect a response from
  11. This is a bit of an odd one so forgive me and i know it may sound totally mad For years i've hosted various servers and websites on an unraid server. Its my job so i host test sites and everything else when i'm working remotely I have a custom reverse proxy coded and working in nginx and a number of nginx backend server. This allows me to route different websites to different instances of nginx entirely. Sometimes i get stuck with older websites or those that have bugs with certain php versions and i need to change it Right now the nginx docker ships with ph
  12. I managed to get it to run and work using these settings I couldn't figure out how to map the config folder for kerberos itself however so i'm assuming an update would wipe the settings within. One thing i did notice was it seems very memory heavy. A single 3mp camera was causing the docker to pull at least 3GB memory (climbing quickly) and 2 full system cores on my 5960x Safe to say my windows 10 vm running blue iris pulls around 2gb with a full windows install and a tiny 3% of 4 cores allocated in comparison Regards, Jamie
  13. Hi All So my unraid server uses an adaptec hba and sadly I'm unable to monitor it right now as I'm using unraid - primarily its just to check on the hba temperature as I have no other way to check it I was wondering if there was anyone with a built docker file for this or that would be able to create one? I know this topic was brought up around 2 years ago and there were issues with having the software compiled into the docker and I believe it was decided the software would have to be downloaded and installed on docker run which is fine I've found the follow
  14. Ok so for anyone following this or interested, this may be becoming more of just a general virsh support issue than anything as i have an idea of what may work for achieving at least some form of easier backups and having had to trash a vm recently this is becoming a more prominent issues for me Please note, i have not tried rolling back a vm to a snapshot yet so don't use the above as serious backups until tested more Now as i'm fairly new to virsh and there are no doubt some guru's on here, this is my new current script #!/bin/bash #Declare backup sources sources
  15. What trouble is it having spants? Permissions or simply getting a mount point in the docker?