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  1. I love the rapid updates with littel quality of life changes. For instance the ability to go to a docker's console rather than having to go into the Unraid terminal, lookup the docker id and then log in was a small thing that saved a ton of people some hassle. It is one of the things that show that the people who make this product are also users of this product. I Love Unraid! I would love for there to be some embedded monitoring tools. Being able to see what docker is utilizing the most of my monthly bandwidth would be very helpful.
  2. I'll have to check out 'nginx proxy manager'. I started with the LetsEncrypt docker per SpaceInvader's videos. For anyone who finds my post I have an interim solution that I don't like but gives me necessary functionality. server { listen 80; server_name pycharm.mydomain.domain; return 301 https://$host$request_uri; } server { listen 443 ssl http2; server_name pycharm.mydomain.domain; proxy_redirect off; location / { proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto https; proxy_pass http://*Docker IP:Port:*/; proxy_http_version 1.1; proxy_set_header Connection $http_conn
  3. Does anyone have a valid pycharms.subdomain.conf file that successfully allows them to access NOVNC and subsequently PYCHARMS from outside their network? I've tried adapting several but nothing seems to work as they drop me to a page that says "noVNC encountered an error:" I'll edit this post later when I get home to add my current conf file. NOVNC does work when accessing from within my network.
  4. Thank you very much @Taddeusz. What you suggested worked wonders. I was hoping to use a subdomain rather than a folder to proxy ApacheGuacamole. As you said I scavenged bits and pieces from other examples and I came up with something that is working for me. I thought I should share it here in case anyone else is looking to do the same. "guacamole.subdomain.conf" server { listen 80; server_name guacamole.domain.org; return 301 https://$host$request_uri; } server { listen 443 ssl http2; server_name guacamole.domain.org; root html; index index.h
  5. I have been trying to get this up and running and I believe I have bypassed my initial concern. I loaded the docker and was unable to connect through to one of my virtual machines. The last time I had this working was before Unraid implemented docker by docker IP allocations. I tried to mimic this by setting the network type for this docker to Bridge; magically it all worked and I am able to connect to my virtual machines now. What I have to figure out now is how to make it work with Letsencrypt so I can reverse proxy it.
  6. Thank you guys. I was able to successfully rebalance the Cache after deleting some files that were no longer necessary and abnormally huge (binhex-Krusader had like 50GB itself). Thank you @johnnie.black. I am slowly reconstituting my dockers and managing there outputs carefully per @trurl's post.
  7. I recently had an issue where my son informed me that Plex was no longer functioning. I checked in UNRAID and discovered a whole lot of errors in the general log indicating that the cache drive is no longer writable and some codes that say "BTRFS: error (device loop2)" I have plenty of space available on my cache drive (roughly 200GB) but for whatever reason it seems to be acting as if there is no space. Anyone have any ideas what may be going on here? tower-diagnostics-20190105-2109.zip