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  1. Ahh, that works. Thanks mate. It's all workin' now.
  2. So I'm having an issue with deluge not wanting to show and I'm certain it had to do with the VPN as if I disable it the deluge docker starts fine. It's been working perfectly for months, I'm not even sure I updated anything, I just suddenly noticed Sonarr and Radarr weren't registering it and I couldn't open up the GUI. I'm just not sure if it's PIA, OpenVPN, or something in the delugevpn docker. I keep seein' this repeated over and over again and I'm not sure what it's trying to do. 2018-08-22 06:53:47,395 DEBG 'start-script' stdout output: [warn] Response code 000 from curl != 2xx [warn] Exit code 7 from curl != 0 [info] 11 retries left [info] Retrying in 10 secs... Any ideas...?
  3. So I took it down to just 2 RAM for the time being (as I didn't know if it'd be able to function with 2 CPU's without the two RAM). I didn't see any memory log errors like before but my server once again froze up and was unresponsive at its physical location necessitating a hard-power reboot to turn off. So any ideas? I pulled the diagnostics down from it again and can't seem to see what the issue might At this point I'm debating installing on a new USB and seeing if it just locks up over time, at least then I'd know it was definitely hardware but because it bricks up I'm not sure where to go looking to find the issue. I can't just sit and stare at the log all day and hope it pops up. I've set Fix Common Problems back in Troubleshoot Mode so I hope it catches something this time.
  4. So I just upgraded my board from an i7 build to a SuperMicro build in a rack mount but since then UnRaid has been hardlocking itself, seemingly at random. It lasted 3 days once, then it was 8 hours, then it was only a few hours (happened while watching Plex) then it lasted almost another day again before it locked up in the middle of the night. The only thing that had been running at the time that I figure would be intensive, or should have been running, was pre-clear on two Disks I'm trying to add to the array. This is the last diagnostics I have before the last crash, it was the latest thing in my syslog file. So I tried to do some digging, as I'm assuming it's a RAM issue. I couldn't get memtest to work on the server (at boot, I'd scroll down to memtest and it'd just keep trying to start and then returning me to the menu) and then I found out ECC ram doesn't actually work well with MemTest so I went into the SEL Log. It was throwing DIMM errors on one slot every minute, single bit errors. Pulled it out, reconfigured, and giving it time to test. Did an extended run of Common Problems and it threw me a MCE error and told me to run for the hills and hope someone smarter then I can help. I've done so, attached here . And when I check into my log it's still throwing memory errors. Mobo: Supermicro - X9DRi-LN4+ CPU: 2x Xeon® CPU E5-2660 v2 @ 2.20GH RAM: Currently 24GB Muti-bit ECC Cache: 1tb ADATA SSD. The new additions are the Mobo, CPU, RAM, LSI-9811, and an SAS Expander. For drives I upgraded the SSD and added a larger Parity drive (the parity built fine, i Just can't clear the other two drives to get added in. Or it just doesn't finish before it locks up) Currently, I'm still trying to run preclear on one of the two HDD"s and it can't get past the starting phase so I've cancelled that. I'm not really sure what else might be the issue besides letting it stay up and testing RAM one by one, it all seems a bit above my google-fu. Any help is mightly appreciated.
  5. I think this worked, but now I'm running into this error "/usr/bin/env: ‘python’: No such file or directory " when downloading with the script. I'm assuming it has something to do with this supposed to be being installed on a Windows Machine with Python and this being UnRAID with it's dockers is making it complicated. My real issue is I haven't been able to track down exactly what's telling it to look for that directory in any of the configs I can think of, meaning I'm not entirely sure I'm not even sure what's telling it to look for that directory let alone if it's a Mylar or a Sab issue.
  6. As an aside, any reason short of familiarity? I see the sentiment of most using NZBGet over Sab but generally not much in the way of critiques between the two. And that's how I've got it set up currently and, yes, it does make sense. But there isn't a need to move. I've already made a post over their and waiting on a response. Thanks for your help.
  7. So I'm attempting to setup Mylar right now and trying to get it to work with SAB so that it'll properly move and organize files when they're down downloading but I'm stuck in a rut. I followed all the directions here ( ), though there wasn't a default scripts folder so I made one, and then edited the provided script files as necessary. The issue I'm running into now is that after doing so I keep getting this error. I ended up following a Google trail to a comment in the Linuxserver sab docker page that had the same issue with the preferences issue. The suggestion was to "chmod +x" but i am both unsure how to do that nor if it will actually fix my issue. Any idea where I've screwed up? EDIT. I also believe this to be my docker run info. root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name="binhex-sabnzbd" --net="bridge" -e TZ="America/New_York" -e HOST_OS="unRAID" -e "UMASK"="000" -e "PUID"="99" -e "PGID"="100" -p 8080:8080/tcp -p 8090:8090/tcp -v "/mnt/user/Downloads/":"/data":rw -v "/mnt/user/appdata/binhex-sabnzbd":"/config":rw binhex/arch-sabnzbd 8367181f30ab887ca775c4b3d7541fdf2b3be4659a5c1639f7d869dca62d5940 I'm also not able to open the .ini file or find my config file which I'm not totally sure about. Where it'd meant to be their just isn't a directory.
  8. Oh, sorry about that. I actually had the Binhex one open but googled the "+x" permission set error with just sab attached and came to the post in this thread. I really oughta just move over at this point and see if it corrects my issue as I have more Linuxserver dockers then Binhex ones now. As for the volume mapping, the thread was super informative but I'm not sure if I'm still wrong or not. I always figured a docker was essentially it's own isolated island and the entire goal was to point all the dockers to whatever folder/share was necessary in the UnRAID to make them mingle properly. Essentially Unraid acts as the middle man highway. My real struggle with these things is I only learn by doing it/banging my head against the wall so the conceptualization from the FAQ can kinda be lost on me. Anyway's, I think this is what you were asking for? Unless their is a terminal command I have zero knowledge of. Unless you see something drastically obvious, I'll move my question over to the proper topic. My bad, again, was just late.
  9. So I'm attempting to setup Mylar right now and trying to get it to work with SAB so that it'll properly move and organize files when they're down downloading but I'm stuck in a rut. I followed all the directions here ( ), though there wasn't a default scripts folder so I made one, and then edited the provided script files as necessary. The issue I'm running into now is that after doing so I keep getting this error. Some googling led me to the quoted post as a solution but I'm just not entirely sure what that means. Does that mean editing the provided script with just "chmod +x" at the end? Or is their some config I'm missing. Also, maybe I'm just blind, but in my appdata folder for binhex-sab, I just flat out don't see a config folder and the sabnzbd.ini won't even open in notepad+ for me. If that's just me, I'll figure it out, but wasn't sure if that was an area that necessitated at edit as well.
  10. I'm struggling to get OPDS to work. I've established an admin password, I've created a user with password and given them access to my comic directory, and I've enabled OPDS in the admin panel itself. I've then done both a restart from within Ubooquity and a restart of the docker itself but no matter what I do I cannot get myip:2202/opds-comics to pull anything up. I keep getting this error message instead. My long term goal is to get it to come up on my DynDNS address (which the standard 2202/ubooquity extension does work) to use with ComicViewer for Ubooquity but I'm hung up on this OPDS issue. I've also enabled it within Mylar if that matters.
  11. This seemingly fixed it, thanks alot. Just so I can try to wrap my head around it, I'm assuming Mylar is essentially considering itself/the Books share the base directory and thus I just needed to point it to the Comics folder underneath of it? As in it wasn't even looking at any other potential shares when trying to pull the information?
  12. So I know I'm probably missing something any idiot should be able to notice, but I am losing my mind trying to get Mylar up and running. So I have two issues, both of which I'm assuming are caused by the same root problem but I'm just not sure what that issue is. The first is when I try to manage/upload/import the comics I already have on the drive. My comics are saved at /mnt/user/Books/Comic/ and I've tried every derivative of that I can in the path to directory to get Mylar to recognize it but every single time go to save changes and scan, no matter what path I input, I come up with this in my error code. My second issue is if I try to reach out and add a comic off the search feature. Everytime it searches the comic through, I'm assuming, the ComicVine API but when I add it it gets stuck on a page with no identifying information besides a Comic ID number. It seems to be wanting to download the metadata from ComicVine (I'm assuming) but is never able to. My log's follow up with these errors. And I'm at a loss for what to do. Here's how the docker's setup within UnRaid and the settings page configuration within the app. My assumption is 1. I've set the path/directory wrong so it's trying to access something that doesn't exists, hence it's not able to do it. Or 2. I've somehow screwed up permissions in the docker itself and it can't read/write any data at all. The latter I'm not entirely sure how I could have screwed up on as the entire share is public and still running into these issues. Does anyone see where my idiocy has manifested itself? I'm dyin' for an olive branch.
  13. This is probably a stupid question, but I'm not entirely sure how it works. If I've set PIA through the Docker setup, there's no need to also configure/setup the VPN within Deluge itself right?
  14. I'm 90% certain I am. So the suggestion is to have an unmounted drive as the dedicated download section? And what, use Deluge to move them when they're completed? Or just manually every once in awhile? My only worry with that is I'm at 6 drives right now and would rather not have to pay more for essentially a junk drive. I just double checked the ports Deluge is using and then made sure they were forwarded. I have zero idea what Verizon may have assigned me to be honest. I'll have to look into this, I just used the default 40k port that deluge choose. My real annoyance is my Sab is chugging away at 30 mb/s but Deluge is still sitting at 175kb/s when it's in use. So I know it isn't a connection issue and I know nowhere near enough about Unraid to even start troubleshooting. I have no clue would could even be congesting it or screwing with its write ability.
  15. So I'll admit I'm a massive idiot when it comes to UnRAID, but I generally know my way around deluge or other torrent programs, and I can't figure out my issue. When I first installed delugevpn a few days ago, I was able to pull down 10ish mbs a second, which is about what I'd get with qbitorrent on my main PC through a PIA VPN. Now, I'm getting bnetween 200kbs and 100kbs and I don't know why. I don't believe Sonarr or Radarr are doing anything on the disk to me hogging up space and my SABnzbd is sitting idle so the deluge program should be the only thing running to the array. Any ideas why I'd see a massive drop in download speeds like that? Maybe I should just try rTorrent instead.