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  1. I'm currently using a 1TB Sata SSD on my unRAID server which stores my dockers and virtual machines, it also is where my torrents download to. The file system is btrfs. I've purchased a 1TB NVME SSD that I plan to move my dockers and virtual machines to, and the existing 1TB Sata SSD will be only used for torrent downloads/seeding. My questions are: 1) What is the best way to replace the Sata drive with the NVME drive? There are a lot of small Plex thumbnail files that I assume will take a long time to transfer over. 2) What file system should I be using for this NVME drive? I have read about issues with btrfs and excess writes. I don't want to wear out my NVME drive prematurely. Should I switch to xfs? I want trim enabled on the NVME.
  2. Hi, is the AX860i supported? I'm looking at purchasing it. I don't know how to integrate 'cpsumoncli' with this plugin (if that's what I need to do)? Thanks
  3. Can anyone else clarify if this is expected behaviour?
  4. I'm assuming this is maybe expected behaviour, but the session is not stored at all. Is there anyway to work around that? I.e. I open a directory through the vscode tab, maybe run a npm script and open a few files. If I then close that browser tab and open it back up all the layout/ terminal scripts are lost/no longer running. I want it so that I can keep the session regardless if I close the tab, or open the vscode tab window on another PC.
  5. I've also tried that method but couldn't get it to work so I must be doing something wrong. Here's my code-server environment variable: Yet I still can't get node to run -
  6. Apologies for the noob question, I can't get the script to work. I'm trying to install nodejs. Can anybody see what I'm doing wrong from the logs below? [cont-init.d] 99-custom-scripts: executing... [custom-init] files found in /config/custom-cont-init.d executing [custom-init] apt-get update && apt-get install -y nodejs: executing... /bin/bash: /config/custom-cont-init.d/apt-get: No such file or directory [custom-init] apt-get update && apt-get install -y nodejs: exited 127 [cont-init.d] 99-custom-scripts: exited 0. [cont-init.d] done.
  7. Should we not be enabling this line? #docker exec $DOCKER_NAME dailyLog.sh # note: this is outdated > /dev/null If so, how do we get the stats to stay and not be wiped each day?
  8. I've done this but the new password only works until I restart the docker, then a random password is automatically being generated. Any ideas?
  9. Hi, late reply, but I ran into this exact problem today and found the fix. You need to go into 'Advanced View' of a new virtual machine, then change the BIOS to SeaBIOS. The default setting is OVMF and doesn't work. I've found that you can't change this setting on any existing virtual machines through unRAID, you can only set it to be what you want when you create a new one. Edit - I also had to set the "Primary vDisk Bus" to Sata, the default setting seems to be VirtIO which doesn't work.
  10. Any idea of how to do this? Normally I would just set the share export to be 'No', but the flash folder doesn't come up as a share under 'Shares'.
  11. I reinstalled Plex, same issue. In the end I had to just delete the config folders for Plex, then reinstall it. Now I have to set it all up again. Pain in the ass, but it is what it is.
  12. Any eta of when this Radarr docker will support a single movie folder for all movie media files?