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  1. Thank you. It mounted everything like it was.
  2. Samsung ssd SMART errors there are known. Its unused drive. tower-diagnostics-20191216-0106.zip
  3. Hi I did a restart yesterday for my box and after restart i has forgotten my cache drive configuration. Or at least unraid detects them as new drives. Im using 2 cache drives for appdata and nextcloud data cache. At moment i mounted one drive from cache array with unassigned devices plugin and backuping latest appdata. 1) Backup data 2) Start array without docker and copy appdata back? 3) Start array with docker after that and pray everything works ? What to do ?
  4. How to set permanent snmpd password other than "public" ? If i change from /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/snmp/snmpd.conf it gets changed back to public after restart
  5. Finally i found a solution to people who will experience this problem. Downloads/uploads for bigger files are impossible, 1gb+. Connection gets disconnected or is painfully slow. Well-known problem here and reddit threads. This problem appears on this container with reverse proxy tutorial and when u make reverse proxy with NginxProxyManager. Add to nginx.config or virtual host config file in reverse proxy. Depends on your configuration. client_max_body_size 2000m; proxy.conf extra lines proxy_temp_file_write_size 64k; proxy_connect_timeout 10080s; proxy_send_timeout 10080; proxy_read_timeout 10080; proxy_buffer_size 64k; proxy_buffers 16 32k; proxy_busy_buffers_size 64k; proxy_redirect off; proxy_request_buffering off; proxy_buffering off; --------------------- nextcloud php-fpm pm = ondemand pm.max_children = 25 pm.start_servers = 2 pm.min_spare_servers = 1 pm.max_spare_servers = 5 nextcloud php.ini memory_limit = 512M Redis cache is also suggested. Install redis container and add these lines to nextcloud. config.php 'memcache.local' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\Redis', 'memcache.locking' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\Redis', 'redis' => array ( 'host' => 'IP', 'port' => 6379, ),
  6. ufo56

    Sad to see ...

    Triple checked domain and typed two times again. I was thinking im at wrong site. Before this forum theme it was usable at least. Maybe more bigger fonts and more clear space? Home page (unraid.net) is nice but wtf is this shit ? Forum home page is "viewable". Sub-forums and threads are terrible. Did you actually paid for this forum theme ? ip board default theme is way better than this. Basically pick a random theme from here and u probably get nicer one. https://invisioncommunity.com/files/category/162-themes/ Nothing personal...
  7. Thank you for link. Auth protocol mistake it is. Changed to cloudflare.
  8. After latest update letsencrypt tries challenge now on http port not https. https://pastebin.com/1PNLnSwG
  9. I just came here to search if there is solution for slow speed im not the only one like i see here... 24h and 300gb backup done. Is there any good alternative to this crap ?
  10. Can't get it work, nothing happens when i start it. Some logs where everything seems normal.
  11. At least im not alone with this problem. What i have figured out at moment is letsencrypt+nginx caching solution (at least in docker) is crap for files over 3-4gb. Even if you add proxy_max_temp_file_size It caches your file directly to docker image. That caching solution with docker is slow and i have to make your docker image much bigger. Example: you upload 2gb file, while you are uploading it goes do nginx cache (docker file) and when its completed it starts "moving" to your data dir. Thats why you have to have always at least free amount space on your docker image how big is your upload/download. Example: even if you have 100gb docker img file, proxy_max_temp_file_size 10000m then biggest file you can upload almost every time is 3gb and same about download. Upload never finish or downloads won't complete That solution what everyone here uses is suitable for maybe 1.5gb files, depends if someone else uploads something or downloads I hope you understand me EDIT. BTW i spin up two vps, did a test. 1'st test: 1 vps with nginx proxy and nginx webserver with nextcloud, basically like here. Same configs, it works. 2nd test: 2 vps, one with only nginx proxy and other vps with nginx and nextcloud. It works. Problem is in docker or some very specific configuration...