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  1. I'm having an issue and I'm not really sure where to start. I'm not even 100% certain it's an issue with letsencrypt, which I run as a docker on UNRAID. Anyway, here is my situation. I recently moved, all infrastructure (unifi) moved with me, including my ATT gateway. Everything was shutdown at my home before I moved and I just booted everything back up (about 2 1/2 weeks later) at my new location. I have everything back up y and running again, all settings and configs are the same, including my WAN IP. All my dockers are up and running and fully functional except
  2. No matter what I plugin to the MAIL_HOST field, I get the below error when trying to install. What am I missing? root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='malfurious-roundcube-postfixadmin' --net='bridge' -e TZ="America/New_York" -e HOST_OS="unRAID" -e 'MYSQL_HOST'='' -e 'ROUND_USER'='roundcube' -e 'ROUND_PASS'='***' -e 'ROUND_DB'='roundcube' -e 'POST_USER'='postfix' -e 'POST_PASS'='***' -e 'POST_DB'='postfix' -e 'MAIL_HOST'='mail.***.com' -e 'ENABLE_IMAPS'='true' -e 'ENABLE_SMTPS'='true' -e 'DISABLE_INSTALLER'='fal
  3. Originally, I only had 443 and 32400, but I've since added 80 & 81 to troubleshoot the issue. No luck. Here are the screenshots you requested. Thanks for taking a look.
  4. Can anyone help with this? I updated letsencrypt today and now nothing is working. No other changes have been made. It's as if everything is trying to go over 8443 (which is what my UNRAID server is set to since there was a conflict between letsencrypt 443 and UNRAID 443. This is the error I'm getting: 2048 bit DH parameters presentSUBDOMAINS entered, processingSUBDOMAINS entered, processingSub-domains processed are: -d -d -d address entered: chiaramontef@gmail.comhttp validation is selectedGenerating new certificateSaving de
  5. Thanks Johnnie! I was able to mount the cache disk as read only. I'm copying my data now.
  6. Also, It's probably important to note that I didn't preclear the SSD, thinking it wouldn't take that long...
  7. Time is off, but these are current. Thanks!
  8. I've been using unRAID successfully for years. Yesterday I added a 2nd 128GB SSD drive to my cache and created a 2 disk cache pool and started the array (the original disk was already formatted with btrfs). After some time I thought the server hung up because nothing was coming online and any attempts at accessing the webpage timed out so I shut down the server. After booting everything up, my SSD's were un-mountable. This is when I started to read the various posts and messages and how-to's on the forum. I went in blindly and didn't realize it actually created a RAID pool, I was just thin