gshlomi

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  1. Hi. I want to create a test lab of 4-6 VMs on unraid, and I want one of them to be a DHCP server for the others. Selecting br0 for the VMs connects them to my LAN, so they receive an IP address from my router. Selecting virbr0, they still get an IP address assigned. Is there a way to create an internal only, no DHCP vswitch on unraid? Thanks
  2. You left the "Access Token" field blank. You need to log into Pushbullet via browser and generate an access token so unraid can communicate with Pushbullet. Log into Pushbullet, got to Settings, Account, and click "Create Access Token". Copy and paste that into the field on unraid and test. The problem is that the Access,Token is not getting saved...
  3. Same here. 30GB(!!!) of logs... I've increased my docker image size each time until I'll find some free time and easy way to locate the growing files...
  4. Any idea if this will be added?? I've noticed the nginx docker with it, but I'm more comfortable with apache myself. +1
  5. Do you get a page about "Trusted domain"?
  6. Pretty simple, actualy. Just replace the files in the "keys" folder with you cert files and edit the default-sites.conf to your virtual hosts file... You can stop the smdion container and test the LinuxServer one
  7. Take note that smdion stopped maintaining his repo and moved to LinuxServer.io. See http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=34009.0
  8. Yeah, forgot to mention the MariaDB docker as the backend Did you set it up behind a reverse proxy ? If not, take it as your next challenge
  9. Where is the official ownCloud container ? and does that official runs the latest 8.2.2 owncloud? I'm using https://hub.docker.com/_/owncloud/ And yes, it's running the latest 8.2.2. Haven't used in-app update yet, so don't know how persistent it is. I've mapped the whole /var/www/html to /mnt/cache/appdata/owncloud and added a mapping of /data:/mnt/user/ownCloud, pointing the installation wizard to save user files at /data instead of the default location of /var/wwww/html/data (if that makes any sense to you). I've also installed the official Redis container (https://hub.docker.com/_/redis/) for memcache and file locking. The only caveat I still have is cron jobs, but am using www.crondash.com for webcron. Hope that helps S Ok I have it running on the Official Docker for Owncloud. How did you use Redis? can you share screenshot of the Docker GUI page you have for Redis? (edit the docker and show advanced). thanks. Used Community Applications with the setting of "Enable additional search results from dockerHub?" enabled to find the official Redis docker, then added it with the attached parameters. In owncloud's config.php, added: 'memcache.local' => '\OC\Memcache\APCu', 'filelocking.enabled' => 'true', 'memcache.locking' => '\OC\Memcache\Redis', 'redis' => array( 'host' => MY_SERVER_IP_ADDRESS, 'port' => 6379, ),
  10. Where is the official ownCloud container ? and does that official runs the latest 8.2.2 owncloud? I'm using https://hub.docker.com/_/owncloud/ And yes, it's running the latest 8.2.2. Haven't used in-app update yet, so don't know how persistent it is. I've mapped the whole /var/www/html to /mnt/cache/appdata/owncloud and added a mapping of /data:/mnt/user/ownCloud, pointing the installation wizard to save user files at /data instead of the default location of /var/wwww/html/data (if that makes any sense to you). I've also installed the official Redis container (https://hub.docker.com/_/redis/) for memcache and file locking. The only caveat I still have is cron jobs, but am using www.crondash.com for webcron. Hope that helps S
  11. When you update ownCloud using the admin webinterface, a zipped version backup is saved in the data folder. I've unzipped it and copied it inside the docker and everything started working again... Then I've decided it's too complicated to redo this every change I'll edit the container, so started from scrach using the official ownCloud container. I've mapped the complete /var/www/owncloud to an appdata folder for persistancy. The only problem still not solved is editing the cron file...
  12. Is there a reason NOT to use official containers? I've noticed an official redis container as well and setup owncloud to use it for memcache & file locking. Any downsides for that?
  13. Just found https://hub.docker.com/_/owncloud/, and https://github.com/docker-library/official-images as a repository of official docker containers for various apps. Is there a simple way to convert or use these as unRAID docker containers ? Thanks
  14. Welcome aboard Just a quick question - why are you using a plugin rather then a docker container? Have you tried logging off from plex and sign in again? Had a similar problem once and it was browser cache related...
  15. Sparklyballs and I have talked about this at length, the long and the short of it is this. Owncloud have broken their database interface requiring a change to the MariaDB/MySQL setup, unfortunately the change that is required will affect every other database on the system. Changing MariaDB to be compatible with a fault within Owncloud just seems fundamentally wrong and is not something we will be doing, as this may have deleterious effects on other programs which use MariaDB. At the present time, you could use an older version of MariaDB like Sparklyballs version with webmin built in, which is what I'm currently doing, and if you want you could still run the up to date LS.io version on a different port for every other application. Sparklyballs is also I know looking at another possible solution which we are still testing.... Are you suggesting running multiple instances of the container, one for each application? Haven't thought of this option, actually...
  16. Take a look at https://github.com/owncloud/core/issues/16008#issuecomment-98844031. Not a db expert myself, but it seems the better setting depends on the usage scenario. BTW - is there a guide to replication between mariadb containers on different servers?
  17. ok, following https://doc.owncloud.org/server/8.0/admin_manual/configuration_database/linux_database_configuration.html#db-binlog-label and https://github.com/owncloud/core/issues/16008#issuecomment-98539419, I've managed to configure my ownCloud installation relying on Linuxserver's MariaDB container. Maybe you should consider changing the default of the container installation ? Thanks
  18. Already seen this link, but it works fine with needo's container (again, starting from scratch)...
  19. Hello. Trying to setup ownCloud to work with this container. When configuring owncloud for the first time, Im getting the attached error. I've used needo's MaridaDB container before, now tried starting fresh with LinuxServer's version. Any help would be appreciated.
  20. Hi there. Is there supposed to be Mail or Sendmail included in the container ? Thanks
  21. You can just stop the docker engine and increase the size in the settings