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  1. Hi there couple questions. Were you able to create paths on your system for the three paths required? Were those paths on your array or in a cache or unassigned drive? My 3 paths are on an unassigned drive versus in the array and I have heard there could be permission issues if on the array. Reading those logs it appears to me it can't write into the paths. Happy to continue to help, I do have it running over here so we can get there! -Ben
  2. SETUP: PRIOR TO FIRST RUN - If you don't you may need to wipe all files in the 3 paths and start again. Set all Ports via the variables on the template prior to first run. My default Ports are set non-standard to avoid other used ports. These setting works great on my network, AP adoption, etc. and likely will with yours. Set the 3 paths to your cache or unassigned drive. I have heard permission issues come from using the array paths. In Advanced check the "WebUI" URL is you changed my default ports. Please let me know if you need any assistance.
  3. Support thread for omada-controller on Unraid Community Applications. Template leverages mbentley's docker https://hub.docker.com/r/mbentley/omada-controller Docker specific, not related to Unraid, issues are logged here https://github.com/mbentley/docker-omada-controller/issues/
  4. @whipdancer fair, I guess I'm always interested in a project but not sure if this one has a return on investment. Do you know if your Ryzen (I know you have a lot more disk than me so maybe spun down) idles lower than 100w?
  5. Hey all, I have a now free to me (hand me downs from other upgrades) box setup but wondering is there is value going for a more modern or low power build. Everything is stable but older, I do have a backup motherboard in case of failure but no backup CPU. I know the AMD is "old" and "inefficient" but the measured watts doesn't seem extremely high. Any suggestions for modernizing or should I just run it? _All_ the below is using ~130-~150 Watts at average (spun up, not crunching) usage measured with Kiill-a-watt. CPU: AMD FX 6300 HDs: 4 - Two WD Reds, Intel SSD Cache Drive and a Toshiba Unassigned Drive (Docker, Temp Downloads, Etc.) RAM: 16GB DDR3 Main Apps: Plex (need some transcoding but not too much, mostly directplay), Unifi, Pihole, Ubuntu VM UPS: APC Smart-UPS 1000 XL Networking: 24 Port Switch, Unifi USG, 3 Unifi APs, Vonage, Cable Modem I'd appreciate any thoughts!
  6. Yes, also having issues with the latest version. New video files don't get re-scanned quickly so I often restart the container and after the latest update the container doesn't boot properly and the logs are not helpful (supervisor and cron comments only) then the service is not visible form my Roku. My "fix" has been to delete all the files in the settings directory manually and restart then it starts every time. Any thoughts? Thanks, -Ben