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  1. Just wanted to let you know that I've made a PR that fixes the 'manage.py create_library' command to let it create a custom path library and it got pushed to the latest v0.22.0 release This seems to be a problem with the initial scanning of a library. Just restart the docker container and it'll start processing the images. @cedev - Thank you for posting this template! Really appreciate it and also made a PR to fix object and face recognition for rotated photos (like selfies), so should pick up even more photos. For anyone who tries to run a second Redis instance on unraid and can't figure out how to change ports like I encountered, just run inside the container the following command after switching ports: `redis-cli -p {port}`
  2. I intend to ultimately move to wireguard as well, so that's a no for me, but everyone is free to make their choice. Openvpn is more mature and peer reviewed, but seems to be that wireguard has all the attention nowadays
  3. Click on the openvpn-as docker icon -> edit and add to the repository value ":{Version}" . Just don't forget that version is the one I wrote above. Excuse my brevity I'm on mobile
  4. For those that want a workaround to get it working again after last update broke it: Pull the version before the last (6 days earlier than it) - 2.8.8-cbf850a0-Ubuntu18-ls122 Worked for me in the meantime
  5. Hi there, I tried to add another vdisk to my W10 VM, and in the process also delete another vdisk not being used. The result of that was that my W10 now sees my qcow2 vdisk as corrupted. The image is RAW id diskmgmt.msc. Can someone help me out? Using 'fdisk -l' on it: Disk /mnt/user/hddvms/Windows 10/LinuxISOs.img: 457.1 GiB, 490840203264 bytes, 958672272 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: gpt Disk identifier: 42365025-0A58-4DC7-8C48-A53D01E03B36 Device Start End Sectors Size Type /mnt/user/hddvms/Windows 10/LinuxISOs.img1 34 32767 32734 16M Microsoft reserved /mnt/user/hddvms/Windows 10/LinuxISOs.img2 32768 958668799 958636032 457.1G Microsoft basic data Tried mounting it with 'mount -r -t ntfs -o loop,offset=16777216 /mnt/user/hddvms/Windows\ 10/LinuxISOs.img /mnt/test' but got: NTFS signature is missing. Failed to mount '/dev/loop4': Invalid argument The device '/dev/loop4' doesn't seem to have a valid NTFS. Maybe the wrong device is used? Or the whole disk instead of a partition (e.g. /dev/sda, not /dev/sda1)? Or the other way around? Can someone help me recover the data please?
  6. Hi Peter, Great plugin! Thanks for your work. Is there an easy way to block LAN access without using iptables?
  7. Had problems with faulty HDMI cable, but after doing a proper boot it has worked flawlessly and the issue is resolved. Thanks a lot sir!
  8. Tried to shut the server down but it's stuck on 'Unounting remote filesystems:' No SSH/network access at this stage.
  9. Won't I lose data of the drives / config of unRAID by rebooting? Also, thank you for commenting.
  10. Hi there, 2 days ago I got a new drive and added it to the array without preclearing first. After it got cleared by unRAID I noticed that it is defective (reallocated count getting higher as I write to it and pending sector count doesn't go down). I wanted to RMA it, so I got into removing it from the array. I first tried the approach of clearing it to zero from this guide (The "Clear Drive Then Remove Drive" Method): https://lime-technology.com/wiki/Shrink_array Woke up the next morning and it cleared only 30GB out of the 8TB drive.. So I killed the 'dd' command and tried the first approach with rebuilding parity. The problem is that after I did 'Tools->New Config' and unassigned the drive, the server is stuck at 'Array starting'. Docker was off but VM was on when I clicked Start Array. I rechecked my assignments and am sure they are as previously assigned except the one drive I want out (disk6). Please help me as I don't want to reboot the server and lose everything Thanks a lot in advance! zeus-diagnostics-20180727-1218.zip EDIT: Also I remember that when I tried the 'clear drive then remove method' I forgot to include all the other drives but this one from all the shares (did change the global share settings though). Also, I had problems stopping the array after that procedure because it showed that the processes of the server wanted to access the unmounted disk6 (unmounted and then 'dd' zero on it). I had to hard shutdown the server using the power button but the array started just fine after that (before the new config). EDIT2: I also had an auto-starting script to rclone mount to /mnt/disks/<DIR> that could have compromised the new array start. I unmounted it after clicking start array but think it is too late cause now it's stuck.
  11. Could it be that your vpn credentials have expired? Try to login manually from your pc using the OpenVPN config.
  12. thanks for the links above, tracked it back via github and arch already have the patch in place, i wondered why i wasnt seeing the issue Np! By the way, for anybody wanting to roll back, it is as easy as appending ":52" to the "Repository" field and update the container. Thanks a lot Finally a fix / workaround to the underlying problem. I got it working by adding this suffix.
  13. Thank you binhex but as the others said it was not the issue. The error message does not include 'CA cert' inside it, only timeout. As I said earlier (https://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=47299.msg530444#msg530444) and as 3psus said, this seems like an issue with the curl package, and the next scheduled release is in February. If someone can find a solution before the next release of curl it would be awesome!
  14. Anything you do from the command line within a docker only affects the current installation of that docker. Thank you. Now just to figure out how to get gcc installed on the docker lol Note I said the "current installation". If you ever have to reinstall for any reason anything you did from docker exec would have to be reapplied. Making your own docker with the changes already applied is the way to make them stick for a reinstall. Oh got it It's very strange that I'm the first one that encounters problems with https trackers on this container
  15. Anything you do from the command line within a docker only affects the current installation of that docker. Thank you. Now just to figure out how to get gcc installed on the docker lol