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  1. I used to run my unraid machine at Under management access, I had the HTTP and HTTPS ports set to 8181 and 4343, because 80 and 443 were being used by a docker container Therefore, on my local network I would access the webGUI at I just moved to a new apartment and set up a new network under 192.168.1.x. I went into the webGUI and set the static ip to I seem to be able to access my shares and docker containers just fine, but I'm unable to reach the webGUI at It redirects me to, where I get `ERR_CO
  2. I can only seem to find WDxxFFBX drives. Example: Are they the same as EFZX?
  3. I've been using nothing but WD Reds (WDxxEFRX) in my server, which I believe are CMR drives, but it looks like theyre not being made anymore and are becoming harder to find. The newer alternatives (WDxxEFAX) are SMR drives, which I understand are not as good for NAS performance? A few related questions: 1) Is it ok to mix drives from different companies? For example, if I wanted to add some Seagate IronWolf drives to my current WD array? 2) What is the difference between IronWolf/NAS/Pro models? And are they CMR/SMR? 3) How are the IronWolf drives compared to WD Red?
  4. There is an apparent memory leak associated with the Mono version of Jackett. On my unraid server I end up hitting 100% memory usage after a few days. This affects more than just Jackett (Radarr, Sonarr etc), and one proposed solution is to switch to the .netcore version of Jackett. Is that possible with this docker? Source:
  5. I have a VPN_REMOTE key in the container options. I think it may be from an old config. Is that still required, and if so, what should I manually set the value to?
  6. when you first install v3, it should launch a wizard to set up the server and to create an admin account. I dont believe theres a default admin account I had a similar problem when I installed v3 - think there were some settings or cache that was retained from my previous v3-preview container. Try clearing your cache or reinstalling the container (manually delete the appdata config directory)
  7. I changed my ciphers within the webgui itself. under advanced VPN config, I just added `cipher AES-256-CBC` to the server and client config directives
  8. any idea when the template on the community applications page will be updated? It still seems to install v2
  9. nice. has the lsio container been updated to 3.0 yet? currently using the lsio dev preview and would like to switch over to the more stable public release
  10. I just updated my container (lsio-preview ombi 3) and the page is only half loading (menu shows, but nothing else) and devtools is showing the following error: ERROR Error: Uncaught (in promise): Error: No NgModule metadata found for 'undefined'. Error: No NgModule metadata found for 'undefined'. at t.resolve (vendor.js:1) at t.getNgModuleMetadata (vendor.js:1) at t._loadModules (vendor.js:1) at t._compileModuleAndComponents (vendor.js:1) at t.compileModuleAsync (vendor.js:1) at t.compileModuleAsync (vendor.js:1) at e.project (vendor.js:1
  11. I just upgraded to 6.4.1 and on my main dashboard I'm seeing warnings regarding a couple of drives and their SMART status The warning is UDMA CRC error count: 1 and CRC error count (no UDMA): 1 Can anyone explain what these errors mean, whether theyre serious, and what can be done about them?
  12. the docker instructions says to remove the default admin account and assign admin privs to another user im wondering what a typical user setup should be: 1) 1 admin level user with a strong password and 1 regular user. both accounts used for daily vpn logins or 2) 1 new local admin account, and 2 regular user accounts. only the regular priv accounts are used for vpn connections is it normal to recreate an admin account after removing the default one, and use only that for setup and admin duties? Im trying to understand what the security reasons are for removin
  13. ah netdata seems to do the job as it has an api. thanks!
  14. so ive seen a number of applications like that, but theyre not unraid specific so presumably I'd have to run them inside a VM. given that, how would they be able to get information about the host OS (unraid)?
  15. are there any plugins/docker apps that can take information about the unraid machine (current cpu usage, ram usage, disk usage etc) and pipe it out to json in real time so it can be used elsewhere? ultimately I want to create a dashboard with a live view of how my machine is currently performing without having to log in to the unraid webgui