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  1. I'm having exactly the same problem. I've set up my Open-VPN docker exactly as described in the very useful tutorial (though I have a static ip so I skipped the dynamic DNS bit) have my port forwarding setup on my router exactly as I have setup with currently working applications like Plex (which I can access from outside of my LAN). Using an online port checking tool (like this one) shows that 1194 is not open, when other ports I've setup in exactly the same way do show up as open. I've turned off the router firewall and that made no difference. I've tried to connect to Open-VPN on my phone over 4G and using friends and public wifi and it just tries to connect and eventually times out. Any thoughts on troubleshooting would be greatly appreciated. Happy 2018 all! Thanks, Peter
  2. Squid, thanks that sorted everything (didn't see the advance options hidden away there). Everything is up and running and I've increased the max size of the docker image allowed, I think that was the route cause of the problem it was set at 20gb and my image was 21gb. Thanks for the help!
  3. Attached, hope these can shed some light.
  4. Hi all, I'm hoping someone can help me with a problem I'm having with unraid. Basically all my dockers are gone and the docker tab just takes me to a blank page and I can't add any dockers etc (see screenshot). I've done some googling and looked at some threads on these forums but I can't work out what's wrong. Description: I was trying to update my plex docker container as it showed there was an update available. It seemed to download fine but then came up with an error message saying something along the lines that there wasn't enough space free to complete the update. That didn't make sense as I could see that there was loads of space free on my cache drive, which is where my appdata share is kept (cache only). So just because my go to solution is always turn it off and on again, I rebooted my system. After doing that (and therefore losing any useful system logs I'm afraid) none of my dockers where there and the docker tab is blank. I ran the fix common problems plugin but didn't get anything. I've tried disabling and enabling dockers in the system settings, no change. My docker image file is here "/mnt/user/system/docker/docker.img" and my containers are here "/mnt/user/appdata", I'm using unraid 6.3.3. Any ideas? Is there any other information I could provide that might help? Many thanks in advance!
  5. Thanks Johnnie for replying so quickly! My usb drive is currently in the usb socket on the motherboard (not the I/O panel) which is USB 3.0 so I'll try switching it over to one of the USB 2.0's.The drive itself is a Lexar Jumpdrive (amazon uk link) which is on the Lime Tech recommended list so I'm hoping that's not the issue. I'll let you know if switching usb sockets works, fingers crossed.
  6. I'm pretty new to unraid and only set up my server last week. Everything seems to be working except for the fact that periodically the dashboard becomes blank, export is enabled on all my shares and they are all set to not use the cache and docker becomes disabled (although my dockers still seem to work). When I go to my docker settings I see this error message (all see screenshots attached). Warning: parse_ini_file(/boot/config/docker.cfg): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/include/DockerClient.php on line 39 If I reboot my server everything returns to normal but the same thing seems to happen within a day or so. I'm not quite sure what's going on and I find it hard to isolate when it is happening as I'm not sure what I'm looking for in the logs. Any help would be greatly appreciated! (Screen shots) (Logs) syslog.txt