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  1. cheesemarathon

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - OpenVPN-AS

    Currently host but I have tried both. No luck with either
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    If you're having the issue then it still unfortunately exists. @mlebjerg is working on a new version of this container that should fix a large number of the previous issues. Hopefully, you can wait for that to be released.
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Have you run Resolve-DnsName steamcache.cs.steampowered.com -server X.X.X.X To make sure that the container is up and running. Replace X.X.X.X with the IP of your unRAID machine. Make sure you have set your DNS settings on your gaming machine. Windows instructions here! Then try tail your logs again. There should be things in there even if your download is failing.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - OpenVPN-AS

    Just started having issues with openvpn-as. I noticed first that I was unable to connect and when I returned home, the web ui was not comming up. I have had issues in the past after an update so I deleted the container and the appdata config folder, then recreated the container. This did not help. As you will see in the logs. The container starts but the web ui fails to come up. Logs: https://pastebin.com/6tFC05r5 Config: Any ideas on what the issue is?
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Ah, apologies. That is a very strange behavior! I'd suggest waiting for the monolithic image @mlebjerg is building. Hopefully, this will fix a lot of issues. If it still persists we will look at it again. Sorry for the issues in the meantime.
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Hmm, that is strange! You have looked at all the bottlenecks that I would have suggested. And the fact it is just steam makes it even more strange. Perhaps @mlebjerg can help. He is also working on moving the container over to a new caching system which should perform better all around so it may be a case of waiting for that.
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Yes, this is a bit of a bug, it may take several downloads to fully cache some games. @mlebjerg is currently working on moving the container over to a completely new caching system which should fix this.
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    If it's the first time you have downloaded a game through the cache then "MISS" is correct. "MISS" just means it was unable to download the file from the cache, so will get it from the steam servers instead. When the download is complete and you reinstalled the game, you would get mostly "HIT" in the logs, as the files can now be found in the cache.
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Ah yes! Windows is funny like that. You think it would only use the second server if the first failed, but no, it will pick one randomly!
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    @mlebjerg a question best answered by you I think
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    I don't think it binds unless you use https for your unraid UI but I changed mine to be on the safe side
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    This should be an easy fix. By default the unraid UI is on port 80 but steamcache must run on port 80. To fix this, stop steamcache, then in unraid settings change the port to 85 (any port not in use will work). Then restart steamcache and you should be all good. I cant remember exactly where in the settings the port number setting is but I'm sure you'll find it
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Have you followed the installation instructions? They were recently updated. When you browse to http://<unRAID-IP>:4180 you should see: If this is not the case, can you post the logs from the container. Hopefully, that will shed some light on the issue.
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    I'm not an expert in system stats but by the looks of things, your system usage is high because of IO wait. This is the system waiting for input/output operations to complete. If in netdata on the right hand side you click on steamcache, I would imagine you will see nearly 100% cpu usage on this container. To fix this there are several things you can look at. One of your disks may have an issue with it, slowing down read/write operations, you may also be running low on RAM in the system. I have not seen this issue before with Steamcache so I don't think that it is anything specific to steam cache causing an issue, it has just highlighted the problem. When building a NAS IOWait is an issue because most the of the applications you use a NAS for will at some point perform large read/write operations to disks. So I suggest that you do some googling to find a solution as there is no deffinitive fix for this. If you do need more help however, just ask! 🙂
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    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Hmm that is very strange! If that first screenshot was taken at the same time as your ran htop then I would say that the dashboard is doing something wrong. I suggest you install Netdata from community applications. This will show you a lot of useful stats for diagnosing issues. Overall statistics and stats are broken down to individual containers.