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  1. Hey all, first of all I have gotten Nextcloud installed and working well with MariaDB and NginxProxyManager. My questions is more about how you structure your UnRaid server directory and Nextcloud. I already have my media backed up in their own directories, however it was recommended to create a Nextcloud folder which I did. As such my current folder structure look like so: /x/appData /x/nextcloud /x/images /x/movies In this case, what is the best method of displaying the images from /x/images inside the Photos App of Nextcloud? I don't really want to have to move it all inside the /x/nextcloud/user/files/Photos directory, would rather be able to have it link somehow? Just can't find that ability currently... Thanks for any advice!
  2. Raised the issue, thanks @Roxedus! https://github.com/Tzahi12345/YoutubeDL-Material/issues/62
  3. Just found the youtubeDL-Material docker, single downloads seem to be working great! When adding a playlist subscription, after refreshing the page it disappears. Video below of the behavior I am referring too. Screen Recording 2020-04-28 at 12.42.37 pm.mov
  4. Unfortunately that didn't work, lost all internet then. Appreciate the help though!
  5. This worked brilliantly, thank you! Now I just need an easy way to sort out the hostname that PiHole shows for itself in the dashboard and I will be sorted! Edit: Spoke to soon! Every device on the network is going through PiHole just fine, however all the other Docker Containers + UnRaid are unable to get an internet connection. Anyone able to assist? I thought I had setup the network settings and custom: br0 correctly... * Unraid Server is: 192.168.0.25 * PiHole Docker is: 192.168.0.10
  6. Alright I kept having problems after trying to change the XML once I had already installed. So I removed everything and started again, this process (edit XML before install) worked for me: Install via Docker Restart Array, then go to VM Before starting the VM, select edit, switch form view and copy out all of the XML to another text editor Modify XML in the text editor with the desired CPU info, and changed the model type for the interface to e1000-82545em Copy XML back into UnRaid and Update Boot the VM It installed and is now running without issues, and I haven't had to change any XML after the fact.
  7. I managed to get the initial install all working fine, logged in, had internet etc. Wanted to change the CPU to use a different 2 cores (4 threads). Stopped the VM, copied the required XML section so I don't lose it. Then changed the CPU's like so: Updated network interface, and pasted the XML section at the bottom: Now it appears to boot, and I can open VNC. However it looks like this on every browser: Any ideas what I could've done wrong? It's sort of working as I can see the small mouse moving on all those little screens. Any tips would be much appreciated!
  8. I am facing issues when attempting to manually renew certificates (SSL Certificates > Select 3 Dots on the Service > Renew Now). It will then report a 'timeout' error and the Logs don't appear to show anything useful. Any attempt to manually renew any certificate after this will immediately fail with an 'Internal Error' and logs state that Certbot is still running: Is this a known issue? Is there a way to update them manually outside of this function?
  9. Sorting options don't appear to be working for me. Typically for example if I go to "All Apps" by default it sorts A-Z, if I try changing that to anything else the loading icon appears/disappears but then nothing happens, stays as A-Z. Have tried with Adblocking off and have tried Incognito to try and make sure it wasn't some browser problems, any other suggestions?
  10. Just managed to get this working using a combination of the suggestions here. 1) Create /appdata/mongodb/mongod.conf file and add the following: storage: dbPath: /data/db journal: enabled: true systemLog: destination: file logAppend: true path: /var/log/mongodb/mongod.log net: port: 27017 bindIp: 127.0.0.1 processManagement: timeZoneInfo: /usr/share/zoneinfo replication: replSetName: rs01 security: authorization: "enabled" 2) Add MongoDB from Apps, and add "-f /data/db/mongod.conf" to the Post Arguments field (rest is default): 3) Start MongoDB and go into the terminal, then type the following commands: mongo rs.initiate() <<press enter>> - it should now say PRIMARY use admin db.createUser({user: "root",pwd: "passwordHere",roles: [{ role: "root", db: "admin"}]}) db.createUser({user: "rocketchat",pwd: "passwordHere",roles: [{role: "readWrite", db: "local" }]}) use rocketchat db.createUser({user: "rocketchat",pwd: "passwordHere",roles: [{ role: "dbOwner",db: "rocketchat" }]}) 4) Download Rocket.Chat from Apps and update the following values (note: Update with your own IP/Port): MONGO_URL = mongodb://rocketchat:passwordHere@192.168.0.25:27017/rocketchat ROOT_URL = http://192.168.0.25:3000/rocketchat MONGO_OPLOG_URL = mongodb://rocketchat:passwordHere@192.168.0.25:27017/local?authSource=admin Done! All works for me now at: http://192.168.0.25:3123/rocketchat/
  11. So despite the Motherboard stating it doesn't need updating to support Ryzen 3, and the C-State issue apparently not existing in Ryzen 3 I believe that is exactly what it was. I have updated the Motherboard now and haven't faced any issues, surprising that was required considering the board came out mid this year I believe? Regardless - glad it is now sorted. Has been stable for ~5 days now and enjoying the significant power increase over the old HP Microserver N54L!
  12. Will give it a look! Hadn't noticed that setting. Thank you!
  13. I recently build a new UnRaid server with the following relevant parts: Motherboard: ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 AM4 Motherboard (link) CPU: AMD RYZEN R5 3600 (link) RAM: Team T-Force Vulcan Z 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz (link) PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower GX1 Series 600W 80+ Gold (link) GPU: MSI GeForce GT 710 2GB GDDR3 (link) I am running ~20 Docker Containers and 1 headless Debian VM. At least once a day the Server appears to lock up, and I am unable to access it until I perform a hard shutdown/restart. I haven't been able to isolate the issue, I originally thought it was maybe Sabnzbd using the cores the VM runs on and maxing it out causing a crash, so I isolated CPU 5 & HT 11, then have the VM just using those. Additionally I read some people faced issues with VMs when the Cache was not XFS format, so I changed to XFS format on my Cache. There is plenty of free CPU power and RAM as shown in the screenshot below. That didn't seem to help though, so I connected a monitor to the GPU and it displays the following screen when it crashes: Is this the C-State issue I have seen mentioned? I thought that was meant to be resolved with these newer Motherboards/CPU?
  14. Mate that is stunning, I envy how good your server rack / case looks!