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  1. Hi everyone, I just had to restart my server after finding that it seemed mostly unresponsive. On the Dashboard, I saw no CPU activitiy (0%, the bars were empty) and no RAM memory, but my Log memory use was at 100%. After restarting I got the message "Your server has run out of memory, and processes (potentially required) are being killed off. You should post your diagnostics and ask for assistance on the unRaid forums" from the Fix Common Problems plugin. This is strange to me as I have 64Gb of RAM installed and have never had any problem with too little memory before. The Fix Common Problems plugin also told me that "The statistics plugin is installed, but the preclear disk plugin is not installed. There is no reason to have statistics installed but not Preclear." However, up until this reboot the Preclear plugin WAS installed, so, strangely, it seems to haver disappeared from my server. Please see my attached diagnostics. I'm interested to hear if you all have any idea what happened. vulftower-diagnostics-20200330-1458.zip
  2. Thanks for getting on it so quickly! It's working for me as well. Let us know when/if you push it to linuxserver/boinc.
  3. Cool, thanks a lot. I don't know if it would be possible, but perhaps hurricane/dockergui:xvnc could just be swapped for lsiobase/guacgui (which, as you probably remember, was updated to bionic by @hurricanehrndz last year).
  4. @aptalca any chance of updating the RDP-BOINC container to the latest recommended version of BOINC? Right now the Dockerfile is pulling version 7.2.42 but the recommended version is 7.4.22. If you'd prefer, I'm happy to submit a PR to update the Dockerfile. Cheers.
  5. It shouldn't be, but if you were running it on your mac previously you'll want to delete the data it downloaded, which if I remember correctly is at /Library/Application Support/BOINC. I found it much easier to just switch to @aptalca's RDP docker that @trurl mentioned.
  6. Well, a lot depends on how you've set up your appdata user share. Hoewever, if you have your appdata user share set to anything other than cache "only" and mapped the database and recipes directories to /mnt/user/appdata/ferdi-server/recipes and /mnt/user/appdata/ferdi-server/database as you stated then they will write to your array, not your cache drives. You will still see the directories at /mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/recipes and /mnt/user/appdata/ferdi-server/database, because your appdata file structure is mirrored at both /mnt/user and /mnt/cache, but they won't be written into. If you want your recipes and data base to be on your cache drive you'll need to correct your paths to /mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/recipes and /mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/recipes. You will also want to go to your appdata user share and make sure that the setting "Use cache (for new files/directories)" is set to "Only", if you want it to only exist on your cache, or "Prefer" instead, which can help to avoid problems in the event that you run out of cache disk space. You will want to invoke the mover (on the main page) after making this change. If you find there are still things on your array instead of the cache after the mover runs, it might have been that the data was in use at the time. Stop all your docker containers, the docker itself, any vms, and then try running to mover. Based on everything you've written, including the fact that you're a novice user, it might be worthwhile to continue reading up about using docker on unRAID, cache drives, disk shares vs user shares, and user share settings. Some good places to start are here in the unRAID documentation and here and here on the forum).
  7. Unfortunately, I think you misunderstood Squid's post. In this post Squid suggested that I leave the host directory location empty in the template, so that the user can select whatever location they want, since a default mapping for recipes and database that assumes the user uses a cache drive will create problems if they don't. My template actually does not have the appdata autofilled. As Squid notes, the way unRAID's Docker system works is that any template container path of /config is automatically remapped over to the user's appdata, which is what you see when you load the template. However, I have updated the first post to clarify that the user will have to select their own Database and Recipes directories and provides some guidance for doing so. I use a cache drive, so I use the following locations for my Database and Recipes directories: /mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/database /mnt/cache/appdata/ferdi-server/recipes If you don't use a cache drive, then the folder paths you listed should be correct.
  8. ** I think I found a solution to fix this @Kewjoe ** I was having this exact same issue: Set up the official OnlyOfficeDocumentServer docker container with a reverse proxy to port 4430 (also with a secret key variable set as JWT_SECRET). If I went to https://documentserver.mydomain.com I would get the green checkmark and welcome page. If I added https://documentserver.mydomain.com and the secret key I created to the OnlyOffice settings in Nextcloud these settings were accepted and saved. Then finally, if I tried to open an EXISTING .doc or .docx document I would just get a blank white screen under the Nextcloud header bar. The same thing would happen if I created a new document. My assumption was that perhaps some setting in my general NGINX ssl.conf was preventing the frame from opening OnlyOffice Documentserver. So, I went to the Github page for the Linuxserver LetsEncrypt container and pulled the most recent code from the ssl.conf (located here: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-letsencrypt/blob/master/root/defaults/ssl.conf) and updated the ssl.conf in my Letsencrypt appdata folder. After restarting Letsencrypt and Nextcloud everything is now working! Hopefully that helps you as well. My only concern is that I now get an A at SSLLabs, rather than an A+ like I used to get with my previous, more complicated ssl.conf...
  9. I've gotten ClamAV working fine by using this clamAV image: https://hub.docker.com/r/mk0x/docker-clamav/ It has the Clamd daemon running by default, so worked for me out of the box when I changed the ClamAV mode to daemon in Nextcloud and added my host server ip and port 3310. Let me know if you run into any problems.
  10. Hi all, I'm hoping that someone here might have some good advice for how to best archive my emails onto my unRAID machine. I have about ten different email addresses from a range of providers. On my daily-use computer I use Thunderbird to read and send emails, and the email providers' online storage for archiving my emails, however, given storage quotas, privacy, etc, I would like to backup/archive all of my emails locally to my unRAID server. Ideally I'd also like to be able to search and read these archives easily, say through an interface such as Thunderbird, and I'd prefer a solution running in a docker container. I thought that my best option would be to have a program running in a docker container pull all of my emails from cloud storage using a one-way IMAP, so that I could then delete the emails off of the cloud storage without worrying about them being deleted locally. However, I'm open to other solutions as well. I tried just running a dockerized version of Thunderbird on my server with archiving set to a local folder, but I couldn't seem to get either of the existing docker images to work correctly. Any thoughts or suggestions? Thanks!
  11. Sorry, I don't use Coturn for Nextcloud Talk, so I won't be able to tell you how to do that. My suggestion is to look up other posts about this and try to find suggestions for how to set up your turnserver.conf. For example, this guide seems pretty straightforward: https://help.nextcloud.com/t/howto-setup-nextcloud-talk-with-turn-server/30794 Here is the section of the Nextcloud docs where they talk about using Coturn: https://nextcloud-talk.readthedocs.io/en/latest/TURN/
  12. Application Name: Coturn Description: Coturn TURN Server is a VoIP media traffic NAT traversal server and gateway. It can be used as a general-purpose network traffic TURN server and gateway, too. Application Site:https://github.com/coturn/coturn Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/instrumentisto/coturn/ Github: https://github.com/instrumentisto/coturn-docker-image Instructions: After building this docker container you need to stop the container. Delete the turnserver.conf folder that was created during the build/run process and create a file in the Coturn appdata folder called turnserver.conf with your correct variables. You can use this version as the template: https://github.com/coturn/coturn/blob/master/docker/coturn/turnserver.conf Coturn will recognize the conf once you restart the container. Thanks to the instrumentisto team this image & misi for Coturn Application Name: YACReaderLibraryServer Description: YACReader is the best comic reader and comic manager with support for cbr, cbz, zip, and rar comic files. YACReaderLibraryServer is a version of YACReaderLibrary with no graphic user interface that can be used for serving comics over a WebUI and directly to YACReader clients. Application Site: https://www.yacreader.com/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/xthursdayx/yacreaderlibrary-server-docker/ Github: https://github.com/xthursdayx/yacreaderlibrary-server-docker Instructions: 1. docker run -d -p <port>:8080 -v <comics folder>:/comics --name=yacserver xthursdayx/yacreaderlibrary-server-docker 2a. docker exec yacserver YACReaderLibraryServer create-library <library-name> /comics or 2b. docker exec yacserver YACReaderLibraryServer add-library <library-name> /comics 3. docker exec yacserver YACReaderLibraryServer update-library /comics 4. docker exec yacserver YACReaderLibraryServer list-libraries 5. docker exec yacserver YACReaderLibraryServer remove-library <library-name> Thanks to josetesan for the original docker container this one was forked from, and Luis Ángel San Martín Rodríguez for YACReader.
  13. Summary: Support Thread for xthursdayx's UNRAID Docker Templates (Coturn, YACReaderLibraryServer, etc... links in the second post) Templates: https://github.com/xthursdayx/docker-templates Specific descriptions and installation procedures for each container will be added below.