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  1. It ended up being bad memory for me. Once I removed the bad stick the machine check events went away.
  2. I'm hitting this as well. I spent days looking at my internet connection and DNS to figure out what's going on. At least now I have an idea what the culprit is. Have you opened a bug on the Github page (https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-plex/issues)? That may be the best way to get a response.
  3. Hermy65, Looking at the issue on the LS github (https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-mylar/issues/33) there is a suggestion that running the following in the container directly will mitigate the issue, at least temporarily: pip uninstall requests pip install requests I just tried it and it allowed all of the pending comics to be successfully post-processed.
  4. Yeah, I'm running into this as well in addition to the cache folder (appdata\mylar\mylar\cache) filling up with a bunch of folders with names like "mylar_mP29Lt". It completely filled up my cache drive and caused a couple of other containers to stop working until I deleted them all. That was yesterday. Today the cache drive (500GB SSD) is half full again.
  5. I had no idea that setting was there. Got it working after I removed it. Thanks!
  6. Assuming that subfolder support would mean that an app like Ubooquity would be supported (it's URL string is http://<IP>:2202/ubooquity/admin)?
  7. Anyone? I keep getting this message and Google doesn't seem to be any help whatsoever. Your server has detected hardware errors. You should install mcelog via the NerdPack plugin, post your diagnostics and ask for assistance on the unRaid forums. The output of mcelog (if installed) has been logged
  8. I've been getting machine check events and am looking to troubleshoot the issue. I have mcelog installed through Nerd Tools, but when I run 'mcelog', I get the following error: "mcelog: ERROR: AMD Processor family 21: mcelog does not support this processor. Please use the edac_mce_amd module instead. CPU is unsupported" I've searched on how to install the edac_mce_amd module but haven't found any good instructions yet. Anyone know how to install it so I can troubleshoot my server issues? Many thanks
  9. So, I've been following this guide to set up MariaDB/Nextcloud/Let's Encrypt. Things were working well until I got to the point that I created a file to put into the LE App data folder (/config/nginx/site-confs/nextcloud). Since then, I've been getting the following error in my LE docker log, over and over: nginx: [emerg] the size 10485760 of shared memory zone "SSL" conflicts with already declared size 52428800 in /config/nginx/site-confs/nextcloud:20 When I set the LE container up, I set it to use a subdomain only (my nextcloud instance) and it has created the certs for that URL. Otherwise, I can connect to Nextcloud and have set it up and can log in but I always get the invalid cert notification. Is there a way to simply install the certs that LE has already obtained to the NextCloud instance?
  10. @ppunraid, I never did. I ran into similar issues getting it connected. I ended up using the Splunk Lite container.
  11. I tried doing this once I had my syslog server up and it seemed to cause all of my dockers to become orphaned after they were automatically updated and restarted. I pulled this string out of the Extra Parameters field and they started up again.
  12. Am I missing something? I'm trying to install this docker through CA, but the template page I'm seeing doesn't look anything like the others in this thread. It's missing quite a bit of info. Yes, I've checked Advanced View.
  13. I thought my upgrade went fine but I just realized that my "Downloads" folder that SABnzbd uses is missing. It was on my cache disk. What's odd is that all of the Docker appdata folders are still there.