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Everything posted by Iceman24

  1. You're welcome. Make sure this area of your config.php looks like this. 'trusted_domains' => array ( 0 => 'unRAIDIP:NextcloudPort', 1 => 'nextcloud.server.com', ), 'trusted_proxies' => array('unRAIDIP'), 'forwarded_for_headers' => array('HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR'), 'dbtype' => 'mysql', 'version' => '', 'overwrite.cli.url' => 'https://nextcloud.server.com', 'overwritehost' => 'nextcloud.server.com', 'overwriteprotocol' => 'https',
  2. I'm not in a position to do anything other than say check my post about 10 back with how to fix this. Have to add line in "default" to file.
  3. Interesting. I never knew anyone included "php7" in the command and it worked for me without it.
  4. Thanks, that did work. Odd thing though is that when I did so, it removed the ovewritehost from the file entirely and moved the overwrite.cli.url all the way to the bottom, but kept it. So it seems the overwritehost was the only one needing commenting or removal, as it was removed upon reboot and the other one was kept, but moved to bottom of file.
  5. I had issues with the same was able to eventually figure it out. You need to console into the Nextcloud docker and run the below command, changing the end of it which perhaps you already did to get the BigINT conversion done. So "db:add-missing-indices" after the "occ" instead of what I have here. For the HSTS, add the line "add_header Strict-Transport-Security "max-age=15768000; includeSubDomains; preload;";" in the "default" file in the "\nextcloud\nginx\site-confs" folder. I put it above the line that has "SAMEORIGIN" in it, not all that far from the top of the file.
  6. I thought updating apps through their built-in updater was a no-no on Docker apps, that you're only supposed to update them via Docker. Is it different for Nextcloud?
  7. With my new install on this app on an i7 caliber machine, NVMe drive, is about 800Mbps down/250-300Mbps up on larger sized file a good speed? I was using web interface to test. For my usage, which would probably be mostly smaller files, super fast speeds is not a requirement, but I wanted to ensure I wasn't missing out on what I should be getting. I haven't tweaked any performance settings and this is on a reverse proxy.
  8. Is this the redirect line and how it would look if I commented it? /**'overwrite.cli.url' => 'https://nextcloud.server.com', *\/
  9. Not that it's a problem, but after changing config.php file to work with my reverse proxy, I can no longer access Nextcloud via the local IP address:port. It redirects me to the reverse proxy address, which works fine, but I have no other app that does this and if I had situation where that was the only way I could access it or just needed to that way for some reason, I would prefer to be able to, like I can for other apps. Why does this happen?
  10. So far, my new install works with reverse proxy. I was confused seeing different little ways people were setting it up, but I used this video from SpaceInvaderOne as guide for editing only the config.php file. It worked straight away after that.
  11. Okay, thanks. Does this mean the redirect will only work on the non-SSL port? I would've figured the cert issue wouldn't have been an issue if it redirected to where I told it to go.
  12. Is there a way to add a proxy host, but not allow remote access from outside the network, just internal?
  13. What is the proper way to update Radarr? From Wiki, it mentions not to update outside of the actual Docker itself, so I turned off Automatic updates within settings, but in this following screenshot, it tells me not to use 'develop' branch, but I used default settings to install it, so why would it be set to that then? i'm confused. What should I make the following settings?
  14. I understand that 2 different services can't use the same port (on the same device). The firewall and unRAID server are 2 different devices, but I realize that connecting externally when they both have the same 443 port that there could possibly be a conflict and there is, but only when I have NPM trying to forward me somewhere for unknown domain used. Something about the firewall being on the same port had it redirecting me there even though I have no rule setup to allow outside access to firewall GUI. No big deal though, I had the port different like I mentioned, so I switched firewall port back. I just wanted to understand the technical reason for why that would happen. Errors for using SSL port for unknown domain on NPM are just like when you visit site with invalid certificate. FIrst, "NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID, then "ERR_HTTP2_PROTOCOL_ERROR" once I click to allow me to access site anyways. When I looked at certificate, it just a dummy Nginx Proxy Manager one.
  15. Port 80 needs to be open in your firewall and it needs to direct into NPM, whether NPM uses 1880/80/whatever. You just need to setup firewall rule that allows external port 80 access into NPM.
  16. I've noticed an issue that I mostly resolved, but I wanted some clarity on what was happening so that I understand it. Things were fine until I changed my firewall GUI port back to 443 from a custom port I had been using the whole time. I realized that after I closed off remote management access to my firewall, that I didn't really need the custom port # I had been using, so for simplicity, I put it back to the default of 443. Then I was testing my public IP in the address bar and noticed that if I go to default ports (80/443) with just my IP, I was taken straight to the firewall login page! I definitely didn't want that. I put my firewall GUI back to a custom port #, problem solved. I was then being redirected to the specified webpage that I told NPM to do when trying to access a proxy host on NPM that didn't exist. Problem solved, although I want to understand why this happened. Can you not have firewall GUI and NPM using same port without this conflict? Also, the redirect only happen if I use port 80. If I use port 443, it gives certificate error. Certificate is a dummy one from NPM, but even clicking through it, you just get error. It doesn't redirect to webpage I told NPM to use. How do I get that working properly on port 443? Thanks.
  17. For this and any Docker, if the app has a shutdown feature within the app itself, should I do that before updating the Docker from unRAID?
  18. Got it, thanks. Follow up question. Being that I can force SSL for connecting to apps that don't have SSL by using it on NPM, is it redundant to enable SSL for apps that actually do support it? If I just turned off SSL for all apps and relied on NPM for it, it'd be simpler and consistent for everything. Would that make sense to do or am I missing something?
  19. Okay, so if I understand that correctly, it is happening outside the firewall, so I would have to have the SSL port open on the firewall? I was wondering if I could just keep that port closed and use port 80 and just force it over to port 443, but it sounds like regardless of whether I force SSL and use port 80 and or go straight to port 443, I'm still having to penetrate port 443 on the firewall. Do I have this right? Thanks.
  20. Does that redirect happen outside the firewall or after it gets through firewall, hitting port 80 and then getting redirected internally to SSL port?
  21. I understand the SSL is better, but when you can force it when connecting to the non-SSL port, is there a point of using the SSL port? If I never opened the SSL port on my firewall or connected to NPM using the SSL port, but I ultimately get redirected there, is opening SSL port/connecting directly to it have any real benefit?
  22. Is there a point to using the SSL port at all for, whether connecting to NPM externally or internally, if you use the force SSL option which effectively gives you SSL anyways? Thinking about it, it seems as if it's double SSL getting to where you're going. I don't know if that requires anything to work harder, but after discovering I could force SSL on apps that didn't even offer it, I wondered what the point of using SSL for any specific apps was in the first place? It would seem to only deal with SSL for NPM and not any other apps you use it to connect with as the most efficient and simplest option. Do I have this right?
  23. Are user shares still the preferred method if you have only 1 data drive? Edit: I ask I've heard about user shares adding overhead and I only have 1 disk anyways, so it's straightforward.
  24. I can dump one and keep one as XFS single cache drive for now, maybe adding another later if issue is resolved. I will need regular backups of data though from the cache drive that will house Dockers, etc. Edit: I'd much rather get drives that work, but which ones are those? I can't find an answer.