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  1. Any idea if this BSOD bug with qemu 5.0 and windows vm's was fixed in the included qemu 5.1? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VSP3aPlOFk Update: Looking through the comments on that linked video, looks like the answer is yes.
  2. So I did this by just going to the docker page using an existing template as a base then changing the name of the docker, the port used, and the appdata folder but when the containers update and both containers are running the update doesn't work and fails on one of them. If I shut down one of the duplicate containers and hit update manually then the update correctly applies. Any ideas of what I should have done or should do differently to setup duplicate dockers and have updates work correctly?
  3. I have a questions that has more to do w/ mergerfs and a little to do with the script which I am modifying for my needs. If you created identical directory structures for LocalFilesShare1 (located on Unassigned Disk 1) and LocalFilesShare2 (located on Unassigned Disk 2) whatever docker you used that would be pointed to /mnt/disks/mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs/downloads (for example in my case) would see the local directories as one and mergerfs would manage which physical disk the local data (seeded downloads) is written to based on available space in the localfileshare#/gdrive_media_vfs/dow
  4. Is it possible to modify the scripts and create everything on /mnt/disks? I apologize for all the questions, I am just trying to learn and work through this. I have skimmed through about the first 38 pages or so of this topic so forgive me if the info is in there somewhere.
  5. Is the only downside of not setting /user-->/mnt/user just that hardlinks don't work or does it cause other issues w/ mergerfs? I am struggling on how to work around my current setup. I would still be using mappings in my dockers like /downloads or /media for my dockers. It would be like the process below I believe. torrent gets download (located in a /mnt/disks/ unassigned device location) torrent gets copied to mergerfs folder (cache only share?) copied torrent gets uploaded whilst orig is seeding delete seed whenever I want to keep select content lo
  6. I have managed to get rid of the extra folder but for whatever reason now I have the following: /mnt/user/local/gdrive_media_vfs/movies /mnt/user/local/gdrive_media_vfs/tv /mnt/user/mount_rclone/gdrive_media_vfs/ (no /movies and no /tv subfolders) just a mountcheck 0 B file /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs/movies /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs/tv
  7. @DZMMI'm not sure.....lol. At this point I'm not exactly sure if what I am seeing is how it should be or wrong? What should be in the /mount_rclone/ folder and what should be in the /local_rclone and /mount_mergerfrs/ folders if I have /tv and /movies? I appreciate the help I was banging my head into the wall until very late last night trying to figure this out.
  8. I have not run the upload script? I deleted the extra gdrive_media_vfs folder from the /local location and it disappeared from the other two locations and did not re-appear after running the mount script again. Is this how it should be? It doesn't look like /mount_rclone/gdrive_media_vfs has the /tv or /movie folders now?
  9. I went through and did: fusermount -uz /mnt/user/mount_rclone/gdrive_media_vfs fusermount -uz /mnt/user/mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs looked at the folders and removed the remaining gdrive_media_vfs folder from /local, /mount_mergerfs, and /mount_rclone made the script modification you suggested and added MountFolders=\{"movies,tv"} re- ran the script and now I again have the extra /gdrive_media_vfs in all of the folders I listed I removed it from above + the added movies folder
  10. @DZMM I am having the same issue I think @HonkyKONG22 was having. /local/gdrive_media_vfs /gdrive_media_vfs /tv /mount_mergerfs/gdrive_media_vfs /gdrive_media_vfs /tv /mount_rclone/gdrive_media_vfs /gdrive_media_vfs /tv Any help would be appreciated. I can't figure out why I have the extra gdrive_media_vfs folder. log.txt rclone_config.txt mount script.txt
  11. @binhex, all is working again after the update. You are awesome, thanks for all your hard work!
  12. @binhex It looks like this is happening again https://github.com/binhex/arch-rtorrentvpn/issues/104 2020-08-29 17:10:49,842 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: [warn] Cannot determine external IP address, performing tests before setting to '127.0.0.1'... [info] Show name servers defined for container IP in the rutorrent settings/bittorent shows 127.0.0.1. I am using Airvpn as my vpn provider and the latest docker container available to unraid. You helped fix it before, hopefully an easy fix again.
  13. @Pducharme I was just curious if you have given the new 2010 bios asus released for the WS-X570-ACE a whirl?