gshlomi

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  1. Can you please create a step-by-step guide for using the above on unRAID? Thanks
  2. Thanks @itimpi and @trurl, forgot about /mnt/user0, so now it makes sense. I guess it’s time to manually move some files around...
  3. My assumption is that the Mover script moves the files from the cache drive/pool directly to the appropriate disk, not to the array share (which includes the cache itself), so the move operation can check all the target prerequisites before moving a file (including the target free space, file sizes & split levels), but I might be wrong...
  4. Please note that I'm referring to the Mover script - it's moving files already on Unraid from the cache pool/drive to the Array-protected disks, so it should already have the files sizes known. If I'm setting a share Minimum Free restriction to 4GB, the movie file is 4.5GB and the subtitles file is 40kb, with a split level that restricts the subtitles & movie files to be on the same disk, and the mover moves the subtitles file to a disk with 4.1GB free, the movie file will be stuck on the cache drive. If the mover script will move the files ordered from largest to smallest, the movie file will move first to a disk with enough free space, and the subtitles file will be moved to the same disk...
  5. Hi. I've noticed that many times, when the Mover script needs to move a movie folder (which contains a large MKV file and a small SRT subtitles file) from my cache drive to the array, it moves the small subtitles file first, then fails to move the MKV file to the same drive due to not enough free space, so the MKV is getting stuck on the cache drive. Is it possible to add a check for Mover to check the folder size & destination allocation restrictions (method + split level + free space) for the decision to which drive it should move the folder? If it's too much to ask, maybe just making Mover move the files off the cache drive by their sizes? Starting with the biggest files I believe would resolve the problem I think. Thanks
  6. Can you share how do your remove the 'height' so the icons will appear as they should?
  7. It seems (at least on my end) that everything is back to normal, so I've disabled the above settings and updated my instance to 20.07 just fine...
  8. Hi folks. It appears that the repository at http://apps.nextcloud.com/ is down for a while, so many face problems with upgrading or freshly installing Nextcloud. After a lot of googling, I've found a docker someone made to self-host the apps, and this is what I've done to solve it on my installation: 1. The docker is not available at dockerHub or CA, so had to run it manually using: docker run -d --name='nc-cache' --net='lsio' -e TZ="Asia/Jerusalem" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -p '8000:8000/tcp' registry.r3ktm8.de/sealife-docker/nextcloud-cache:nightly 2. Added the following to "/mnt/user/appdata/SWAG/nginx/proxy-confs/nc-cache.subdomain.conf": server { listen 443 ssl; listen [::]:443 ssl; server_name apps.nc.*; access_log /config/log/nginx/nc_apps.access.log; error_log /config/log/nginx/nc_apps.error.log; include /config/nginx/ssl.conf; client_max_body_size 0; location / { include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; resolver 127.0.0.11 valid=30s; set $upstream_app nc-cache; set $upstream_port 8000; set $upstream_proto http; proxy_pass $upstream_proto://$upstream_app:$upstream_port; } } 3. Added "apps.nc" to my list of subdomains at the SWAG container and restarting SWAG. 4. Added the following to "/mnt/user/appdata/Nextcloud/www/nextcloud/config/config.php": 'appstoreenabled' => true, 'appstoreurl' => 'https://apps.nc.mydomain.org/api/v1', and restarted Nextcloud. Hope this helps, unfortunately don't know how to add it as a template to CA with automatic updates, but this is a start.
  9. Unfortunately no, it was the first thing I’ve checked... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Hi. Dunno what happen, but suddenly all of my customized config files has disappeared and the container is starting up with vanilla config files. I do have a backup so I can recover, but how can I find the root cause of this? Haven't done anything besides checking for container updates... Thanks
  11. It looks as if the RDP session is timing out if window is left open without any user interaction: Any way of removing this limitation? No way to access the app again without restarting the container. Thanks
  12. Hi. Thanks, was just about to install aptalca's version, but already has some containers from linuxserver.io (sharing the base image?). Anyway, just a quick question/suggestion - is it possible to change the networking from "host" to "bridge"? what ports are needed for that? Another suggestion is adding a dedicated "Pictures" folder mapping to the settings, so not to use the appdata folder (as the program suggests by default to use /config/Pictures). BTW - is there a known reverse proxy configuration for SWAG to make it available over WAN? Thanks 🙂
  13. Answering my own question - it's already integrated, just needs some work to enable it. Downloaded the complete project as a ZIP file from https://github.com/arut/nginx-rtmp-module and extracted the "stat.xsl" to my "appdata/LetsEncrypt/www" folder. Then, editing "appdata/LetsEncrypt/nginx/nginx.conf" , changing: worker_processes 4; to: worker_processes auto; and adding: rtmp { server { listen [::]:1935; chunk_size 4096; application live { live on; record off; push 'rtmp://url.twitch.tv/app/<StreamKey>'; push 'rtmp://url.youtube.com/<StreamKey>'; } } } after the "events" block. Additionaly, edited "appdata/LetsEncrypt/nginx/site-confs/default" to add: server { listen 8080; location / { root /config/www; } location /stat { rtmp_stat all; rtmp_stat_stylesheet stat.xsl; } location /stat.xsl { root /config/www; } } as a seperate server block. Last step was adding port mapping 1935(TCP) & 8080(TCP) to the container template (I had to map internal 8080 to 8083 on host due to other containers already mapping 8080) and saving. Works like a charm, no need for another container just for RTMP streaming 🙂
  14. Hi. Just a quick question - Can't the RTMP module be integrated into the LinuxServer's LetsEncrpypt nginx container? Thanks