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About naturalcarr

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  1. I'll check that out too, I haven't checked on the notification stuff since like 6.1. Also, all of the dockers are finally back up and running. No change in plex, and docker image usage is at 55%.
  2. Yeah, I actually know the values by heart, those S.M.A.R.T. errors have actually had the same values for about 2 years now, I've been checking them every month manually, but luckily they haven't budged, but those are the main reason I wanted to get a backup going. I did turn off the email notifications a while back because I'd get them everyday, twice a day due to the errors.
  3. Theres nothing like that on here. I do have a backup solution planned, but it took me a while just to get the 24ish tb of drives I have now, theres nothing super important on the server (all the media I can pull again, although it'll take a while), but that also means its all equally important to me, and I'll want to back up every bit of it when I get a robust solution sorted out. Also, I turned on the log rotation.
  4. Not on this new installation yet. My old server had it set, I was just going to let plex index everything first, then when I let my clients onto the new one, I'd swap over to the /tmp mapping. As for the docker file, I never knew that, I did have an issue where I misconfigured deluge a while back and my stuff went missing in there somewhere, but I have no idea how I'd clean that up without trashing all of my dockers. **EDIT** I do want to say that the ballooning stopped after I fixed deluge, but I'd already extended my docker image by that point.
  5. Yeah, whenever I have an unexpected shutdown I get them. I had 2 yesterday. I think it has something to do with my rig, I'm running an old SuperMicro server using a M1015 (it flashed) card for JBOD, it also gives me some issues with my cache, so I made sure my appdata (Addonfiles for me) folder isn't on there.
  6. Sure, heres everything. root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='plex' --net='bridge' -e TZ="America/New_York" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'PUID'='99' -e 'PGID'='100' -e 'VERSION'='latest' -v '/mnt/user/Files/Media/':'/media':'rw' -v '/tmp':'/transcoding_directory':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/addonfiles/dockers/plex':'/config':'rw' 'linuxserver/plex' bross-diagnostics-20190330-1259.zip
  7. Hi, all. I'm setting up a new plex server and it's was chugging along, scanning all of my media. It would become unavailable intermittently, but I thought that was because of the amount of media it was indexing and all of the calls it had to made to TVDB and Movie DB, but after doing a restart after a crash that lasted a while, all I see is "Starting Plex Media Server." in the docker logs, over and over. I've also noticed that in Plex's config folder, this "plexmediaserver.pid" file pops up and disappears intermittently,. It exists for less than a second before it disappears again.
  8. Thanks, I was waiting for an update to come alone to test, that fixed it.
  9. Hello, all, I'm running into an issues where whenever I try to update a docker, the update fails and the new docker container isnt created. I can then go the the docker tab in my webgui and do a full reinstall of a docker (To it's new updated version) with no problem, but the updates themselves always fail. This is the error my log shows every time. Mar 14 15:25:55 BROSS [3680]: The command failed. Error: sh: /usr/local/emhttp/usr/bin/docker: No such file or directory<br>
  10. I have a set of aliases and scripts setup, so one would take all of the movies downloaded by deluge (in a special folder), move them over to a pre-processing area, pull only the video files and subtitles into a processing directory, call filebot (the cli version by phaze), to rename them, then create hard links to plex's media folder. For clearing I made a script that would kill deluge, delete everything in the pre-processing and processing directories, then restart it, and I have quite a few scripts like that.
  11. So, I don't think this was how I created this, but I just reinstalled Dolphin and was able to create \r in /mnt/user/ with no problem
  12. I've almost always accessed my server through the CLI, it's quicker for the things I do, I am curious how that happened as well, that would explain this extra share that I would see on my windows machine all the time, it had no name but whenever I clicked on it, it lead to /mnt/user/Files. I thought nothing of it for the longest time.
  13. I just checked all my disks, \r is nowhere to be found, just to be safe, I'm going to try and find it again from /. Thank you all for being so awseome.