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  1. Hey guys, I actually moved over to PfSense and Cloudflare and have had great success. Nginx Proxy Manager is wonderful!
  2. When running Grist using docker, you can tell Grist to store data files in another folder using a flag like -v <host-dir>:/persist, i.e. mapping some directory to be visible as /persist in the container. I am not sure what Unraid’s method would be for creating such a mapping. I think it might only be a matter of changing /config to /persist in the Appdata line of unraid-templates/grist.xml at main · bonedrums/unraid-templates · GitHub. You can see how /persist is actually used in grist-core/Dockerfile at main · gristlabs/grist-core · GitHub – in particular, you could override GRIST_DATA_DIR environment variable instead of remapping /persist. The data files Grist actually stores are essentially SQLite files, both for documents and for the database with document metadata (/persist/home.sqlite3 in the docker setup). SQLite is totally happy to use spinning disks, and I don’t anticipate any issues with keeping data on those. The only kind of data share NOT to try is a network folder shared by multiple independent Grist instances (not that I see any reason for anyone to do that). That pattern will not work: a Grist instance assumes that all changes to its data files go through that instance.
  3. It is a really cool app! For the most part, unless you have a document that has hundreds of thousands of rows with embedded media, the file sizes should only be a few Mb. I'll post on the Grist community forum though and see if there's something within Grist that will tell it to use a /data store for storing documents. I'll post back here and let you know what I find out.
  4. Application Name: Grist Application Site: Docker Hub: Github: Grist is a modern relational spreadsheet. It combines the flexibility of a spreadsheet with the robustness of a database to organize your data and make you more productive. Please post any questions/issues relating to this docker config you have in this thread. Please post any questions/issues relating to the Grist Product you have in the Grist support forum -- Feb 21 - Updated XML Template to include a /persist directory
  5. Hey folks, I'm looking to use an existing NFS share hosted on a windows 2012 server box on my network to point Plex toward. I've tried using the unassigned devices plugin to mount the share but its not working. I click the mount button and it does nothing. my SMB share is nfs:// the original error I was getting is So I created a directory mkdir /mnt/discs/ and now it just spins when I click the mount button from the unassigned devices plugin any help would be appreciated!
  6. I'm enjoying the Travel/Commuter Mug, 15 oz! (Order Date: 3/19/2019) Its keeping me caffeinated at work! Twitter = @bonedrums
  7. Thanks! If I need an unlimited transcode quantity I'll make sure to upgrade the card! Thanks everyone for all of your work on this amazing feature set for unraid. Very cool!!!
  8. Just ordered a used Quadro P1000 card on ebay! I have a question though. I see that the Quadro P1000 has a transcode limit of 2. If there is a 3rd video that gets requested to be transcoded, does it drop down to the CPU to handle or will it get rejected? I'd love unlimited transcoding but it looks like the software limits it on this card.
  9. Okay the forced update showed that the time zone was correct EST (New York) but its still saying a different date and time on the camera feed. I'm curious if the camera is providing the time to the feed somehow? I'm going to see if I can connect to it using the mobile setup app that came with the camera. I'm using SV3C ProHD 1080p - SV-B06POE-1080P-A Thanks for the help!
  10. My timezone is set to EST I believe in Unraid. I'm not sure what else to try. I've reinstalled the docker container, restarted it, stopped and started it and still showing a different time. I do have some yellow stuff in the log now that I look. Might this have something to do with it? Setting up systemd (229-4ubuntu21.9) ... addgroup: The group `systemd-journal' already exists as a system group. Exiting. Operation failed: No such file or directory Failed to create directory or subvolume "/var": Bad file descriptor Failed to create directory or subvolume "/home": Bad file descriptor Failed to create directory or subvolume "/srv": Bad file descriptor Thanks for your help!
  11. Could anyone share with me a line to put in the config or any instruction on how to update the time stamp on the video feeds? I don't see any time zone or date/time information in any config or in the docker options. Its showing up 14 hours ahead of current time.
  12. Thanks so much, also glad to support :) I couldn't get this to work so I ended up changing the conflicting container port (SABNZBD from 8080 to 9091) and reinstalled the container and it worked. Thanks again sir!
  13. Binhex, thank you for your work on all of this. I'll send some coffee money over right away! I've changed the Host Port 3 to 8091, and the WEBUI_PORT to 8091 however I'm still unable to browse to the container. I feel like I'm missing something simple. Here are the other ports on the box: Thanks...
  14. Long time listener, first time caller here. My goal, for fun is to section out a subdomain for each of my services that I want to publicly access using a domain that I purchased from Google through my TP-Link AC1750 Archer C7 router. Examples: I'd like to have a single secure login to access all of my services through public internet using muximux or organizr. Today, I RDP to an Unraid windows VM to access/manage my network. I also have OpenVPN setup on my phone so that I can access the network remotely if i'm bored at the in-law's house etc. I currently use no-ip for a free domain that works well with with my TP-Link router but it is not the domain I want to use. I also have to manually renew the free domain monthly. The TP-Link router will only allow me to use NO-IP, Dyndns, or I found this guide however I think there's some common knowledge or missing pieces that I lack to execute all of these things. Is anyone aware of any video guides or docker containers that might help me learn how to do this? I appreciate guidance! This is fun... I think! Appreciate the feedback!
  15. Without knowing much about editing XML or SSH'ing to the server itself and tooling around with devices I've decided to buy a mini HDMI to HDMI cable. There are three ports on the back of the video card and I've tried both DVI with no result. Any other ideas? :o :'(