Jump to content

mlebjerg

Members
  • Content Count

    22
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

2 Neutral

About mlebjerg

  • Rank
    Member

Converted

  • Gender
    Male

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Hi, i had this when i made the container, worked for me to uninstall and reinstall Hope it helps!
  2. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    I unfortunately it has to be connected to the internet, Steam Cache works by acting as a DNS and when you are downloading it sees you are contacting steam, and asking for a package it then checks to see if it has it already. If it has: HIT, you get it locally. If it doesn't: MISS, you get it from the internet. If you are the only one on the network steamcache is not a good solution, only if you have a few Gamers on the network. Hope that answered you question
  3. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Thanks, i will write you if i need testing
  4. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    @exico I am working converting it to the new SteamCache/monolithic, if i can get it to work you should be able to fork uklans/cache-domains and paste the url into "CACHE_DOMAIN_REPO" and add all the ones you want. I see apple's has been added Thanks for the suggestion anyways!
  5. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Have now When i add the fork awawis (on github) made, i will see if i can add something like that under the advanced tab, or at least make the file editable from appdata. I still have a lot on plate, but in january I should have more time on my hands to update the docker @jzawacki
  6. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    It really should be faster, how much ram have you given it? Could also be it doesn't hit on all the files, sometimes you have to wait a day or two so your cache has been warmed up, it sounds weird but it has happened to me
  7. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Well there is really no need to put it on an SSD unless you have a 10 Gig network, HDD should be fine with a 1 gig network. Besides some game files you have unpack, so your CPU will be the bottleneck if you have the cache on a fast SSD and a 10 gig network This is really a bandwidth saver, the speed is just a niceness thing!
  8. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    @enigma27 I have never used pfSense, have you watched this video? Setup the dns on your local machine and do this: Terminal (Mac/Linux): dig @X.X.X.X +short steamcache.cs.steampowered.com Power Shell (Windows): Resolve-DnsName steamcache.cs.steampowered.com -server X.X.X.X If it returns a local IP you should be good. Try downloading something on steam and see if it hits or misses. If that works it is a pfSense problem. If it is a problem with SteamCache i will need you to turn off privileged and send pictures of the errors and setup
  9. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Hi @enigma27 Sorry for the very late response, i have been super swamped with work and school. Try running it with privileged off. And send me the errors
  10. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    No problem @mrcake! If you use Pi-hole you just have to adjust your DNS setting in it. If you haven't used it before you should give it a go!
  11. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    @mrcake Weird! What does the docker logs say, is everything running? Just to make sure, have you tried changing the dns on your router? Or are you just testing it in windows? It could help since there probably are some DNSSec settings on the router that could interfere. And lastly are you running any VPN on the windows client?
  12. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Hi there! As @nuhll said, there if powershell gives the correct IP there should't be a problem Sometimes it takes some time for the client to get the hint. How long have you waited? Also if the steamcache IP is different from UnRaid's IP there is no reason to change its ports
  13. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    You sure do! The bootstrap file which is run during startup sets the input of the variable, but if there is none it will look like this: sed -i "s/CACHE_DISK_SIZE/${CACHE_DISK_SIZE}/" /etc/nginx/sites-available/generic.conf (Bootstrap) ---> proxy_cache_valid 200 206 CACHE_MAX_AGE; (generic.conf) Which nginx will NOT like! because it will either be null or CACHE_MAX_AGE You can find all the .conf files used on github
  14. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    Yes, mine is 76 megs or so. Does "tail -f /data/logs/access.log" work?
  15. mlebjerg

    [Support] cheesemarathons repo

    @Didstopia It looks ok, i would try using the "Custom: br0" network type. That works for me. I also see you are using the Docker share for the caching, where i would use a separate share for it, that doesn't use cache drives If the problem persist, please send a picture of the Logs, and a picture of this command "tail -f /data/logs/access.log" running in the containers console