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  1. Hello together I wanted to ask if someone has installed the Pico CMS addon in their Nextcloud Docker and knows how to configure Nginx correctly? The "normal" configurations for Nextcloud Pico CMS and Nginx don't work. Thanks a lot!
  2. I have been using Unraid for almost 4 years. At that time it was a relatively spontaneous decision (Synology vs. Unraid). I just started with NAS functions. Now I have a firewall, media VM and many dockers (Emby, Lets Encrypt, NextCloud etc.) and everything works just fine and fast and updates always work without problems. Thanks for your work and many more birthdays!
  3. I was a little bit surprised, because on Apache virtual hosts, it was never a "problem". I have searched around and found this. So I took just the first part in my site-confs [...] location / { proxy_pass https://192.168.0.100:8920/; proxy_set_header Host $host; proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $remote_addr; } [...] and it seems to work.
  4. This Plugin works like a charm , but I have one question: When I connect from my external URL to my application (like emby), the application get only the IP «172.17.0.2 » at every online user, and not the real IP. Is this normal? Thanks and happy new year.
  5. I clicked it, but it makes no difference. After a while it is now more between 32-48 watts (~40 watts). I disabled also my Dockers (Apache and Emby), but that makes no difference. Maybe I should just make a reboot?
  6. My disks spin automatically down after 15 minutes. So they mostly greyed. Only Cache (SSD) is always on. Nope, all in the array .
  7. I updated from 6.2.0 to 6.2.1 and now my server takes a lot more idle power. 6.2 needed average 31 watts idle and now I have 43 to 54 watts idle consumption. CPU seems more be used than before. Any ideas? Thanks.
  8. Hi, my experience with this case (7 HDDs in use): WD Green HDDs 2-6 TB Size have 28-38°C WD Red Pro HDDs 6TB have 40-52°C! (they are specified up to 60°C, but ).