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  1. Great, just wanted to double check. Thanks!
  2. Ok cool, easy fix then. This won't delete the world right?
  3. @ich777 thanks for the great containers. I'm running 2 Valheim containers and both are working just fine except for one issue. Almost every time that the CA Appdata backup runs, the first server doesn't come back up because the original ports are added back to the 2nd server and it won't let the other one start. I deleted the original port and game port on the 2nd server, but it's coming back. Any idea how to stop it from doing this?
  4. Ok, that's good to know. I thought mine needed balancing but maybe not now that I look again. Well for now I won't turn on the balance script and I'll keep a closer eye on it to see if it ever needs it. Hopefully not, in which case I'll just keep the scrub one.
  5. @CarpNCod thank you so much for posting that. I can't believe it was just before I started looking for this, and I only just found out you need to regularly balance the btrfs pool... Thanks to @Helmonder for the original as well. I've taken that and used it to schedule a weekly scrub as well as a monthly balance (same script but running a balance). I do have a question about the log file though, where do you find that? I haven't run it yet, but wanted to do a test run and then check out the log file to make sure it works. I'm also curious since you aren't co
  6. Yes you have to delete it. I tried force update first but it doesn't do anything.
  7. Since the GitHub post didn't specify anything for UnRAID specifically, I'll post it here to confirm it for anyone who's unsure. Simply delete your current container (and image). Reinstall the container, and choose the Default (or Latest). I just did this in less than 15 minutes and it was extremely painless and saved all my settings. You can search for the container easily enough but if you're unsure which one you had installed you can always check Previous Apps in the left menu.
  8. Oh I'm sure it's my fault somehow, I just dunno how. Screenshot of settings: @ich777 Alrighty I think I have it figured out. I believe the server was continually rebooting itself (taking about a minute to do so) and throwing an error when it tried to start, causing the reboot. Error seems to have been caused by an out-dated map-settings file, which has now been corrected. Server is stable, and the log is no longer being spammed. Problem solved! Confirmed I can connect to it as well. Not sure what exactly happened with the map file, but I'm sure it wa
  9. Turns out the Factorio container is causing this. Will post on their thread for assistance.
  10. @ich777 I'm using your Factorio container (thanks for setting that up by the way) It works fine, except that it's spamming my server log with network device renaming: Dec 26 22:40:41 SkyNet kernel: eth0: renamed from veth8b51caa Dec 26 22:40:44 SkyNet kernel: veth8b51caa: renamed from eth0 Dec 26 22:41:45 SkyNet kernel: eth0: renamed from veth21fc8e6 Dec 26 22:41:48 SkyNet kernel: veth21fc8e6: renamed from eth0 Dec 26 22:42:52 SkyNet kernel: veth3e0c201: renamed from eth0 Dec 26 22:44:57 SkyNet kernel: eth0: renamed from veth1eb2f47 Dec 26 22:44:59 SkyNet kernel: veth1eb2f47: r
  11. My log (var/log) is filling up in just a few days. Every minute or so, I see something like this: Dec 22 09:37:10 SkyNet kernel: eth0: renamed from veth6080b4e Dec 22 09:37:13 SkyNet kernel: veth6080b4e: renamed from eth0 Dec 22 09:38:14 SkyNet kernel: eth0: renamed from vethc5927d2 Dec 22 09:40:22 SkyNet kernel: veth8a37082: renamed from eth0 Dec 22 09:41:23 SkyNet kernel: eth0: renamed from vethd0831d7 Dec 22 09:41:26 SkyNet kernel: vethd0831d7: renamed from eth0 Dec 22 09:42:27 SkyNet kernel: eth0: renamed from veth6b0d449 I found one other thread with the same iss
  12. Are there any recent guides to setup a network boot server on UnRAID? It would be pretty useful to set it up so I could boot any PC on my network with a recovery tool or install a different OS without needing to make a new USB drive. I found some guides or threads that looked good, but they are very out of date:
  13. I did find the solution to this actually. Posting it here for anyone else that needs it: https://forums.plex.tv/t/error-transcoder-ac3_eae-0x2fd4f40-eae-timeout-eae-not-running-or-wrong-folder/189917/33 Basically one of the Codec folders (/mnt/user/appdata/PlexMediaServer/Library/Application Support/Plex Media Server/Codecs/EasyAudioEncoder-141-linux-ubuntu-x86_64/EasyAudioEncoder) doesn't have executable permissions. Running 'chmod 777 EasyAudioEncoder' gives it executable permissions and lets the file play.
  14. I added that to my last post in the edits. It is set to /transcode and it works fine for every other file except whatever this type is. I posted the permissions in the last post as well.