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  1. I would love to see a Binance Smart Chain (BSC) Node Docker container re: https://github.com/vlddm/binance-smart-chain-node, https://github.com/binance-chain/bsc, https://docs.binance.org/smart-chain/developer/fullnode.html I have been struggling to get it to run through a VM with any sort of good performance, and am lazy, frankly. If someone were to port and do some type of auto-update for the base image, that would be awesome! Insta-install!
  2. Good evening, @binhex. Starting on or about October the 10th, I am seeing that all of my *arr dockers and hydra are now ceasing to be able to use this docker for content searches, verified by removing the proxy settings to this docker. Is this related to the port forwarding issue and is it something that will work again in the future? -omni edit: I should include that I did update to the "next-gen" PIA settings with the following .ovpn config. remote ca-toronto.privacy.network 1198 remote ca-montreal.privacy.network 1198 remote ca-vancouver.privacy.network 1198 remote de-berlin.privacy.network 1198 remote de-frankfurt.privacy.network 1198 remote france.privacy.network 1198 remote czech.privacy.network 1198 remote spain.privacy.network 1198 remote ro.privacy.network 1198 client dev tun proto udp resolv-retry infinite nobind persist-key # -----faster GCM----- cipher aes-128-gcm auth sha256 ncp-disable # -----faster GCM----- tls-client remote-cert-tls server auth-user-pass credentials.conf comp-lzo verb 1 crl-verify crl.rsa.2048.pem ca ca.rsa.2048.crt disable-occ
  3. @binhex Would it be possible to have the script run through a list of .ovpn files after failing to port forward with one? Use case would be, CA-Montreal is having port-forward API issues right now, and as it is the first in the list alphabetically (I assume), the script only chooses it to retry with. Could it instead take a list of all .ovpn files in the config/openvpn directory and try them each in succession until a successful API call is made? As always, thanks for your work!
  4. Sir, You are absolutely correct. I was under the impression that the GAME_PARAMS were what the EXTRA_JVM_PARAMS actually are as that was the only field I saw during the initial setup. After I had dug in I found both variables, reset the docker to stock, added the jvm variable, added my params, and everything was joy. Running paper and a couple mods with no issues! Thanks for the reply, and thanks again for the image; running great!
  5. Good morning! I installed the Minecraft Basic server for the first time today, and was getting presented with errors to the effect of Failed to start the minecraft server joptsimple.UnrecognizedOptionException: X is not a recognized option at joptsimple.OptionException.unrecognizedOption(OptionException.java:108) ~[server.jar:?] at joptsimple.OptionParser.validateOptionCharacters(OptionParser.java:633) ~[server.jar:?] at joptsimple.OptionParser.handleShortOptionCluster(OptionParser.java:528) ~[server.jar:?] at joptsimple.OptionParser.handleShortOptionToken(OptionParser.java:523) ~[server.jar:?] at joptsimple.OptionParserState$2.handleArgument(OptionParserState.java:59) ~[server.jar:?] at joptsimple.OptionParser.parse(OptionParser.java:396) ~[server.jar:?] at net.minecraft.server.MinecraftServer.main(SourceFile:879) [server.jar:?] I did a little research and digging in the start-server script and found that the ${GAME_PARAMS} were being called after -jar. I corrected this call in the file and everything started great after that! Part of my digging found: https://bugs.mojang.com/browse/MC-148234?attachmentViewMode=list which lead to the answer! Thanks for the image! (Side note: it is only downloading 1.15.1 currently. 1.15.2 is the latest!) Edit: I see looking further that you have options for EXTRA_JVM_PARAMS, but nowhere in the default container pull does it have an input field. I would wager that adding one would allow one to retain the GAME_PARAMS at the end, and use the EXTRA_JVM_PARAMS in the place where I have them now though. Just a heads up.
  6. I apologize @binhex for the direct message, as I did not see this thread... I am also wanting to get a status update/request in for a Firefox/Chrome docker with possible Privoxy support (though that could just be pointed through the browser to your other privoxy solution as well). Sorry again and thank you for all you do!
  7. I saw a couple of you fancy people asking about a reverse proxy setup (for the searchers: nginx, LetsEncrypt, Organizr, 404, page not found), and only saw one config posted earlier that someone got to work (it didn't for me), so I wanted to throw my $.02 in. This config works for me under a standard Organizr/LetsEncrypt combo setup: in default.conf: location /rutorrent { auth_request /auth-1; include /config/nginx/proxy-confs/rutorrent.conf; } in rutorrent.conf: # RUTORRENT reverse proxy location /rutorrent/ { proxy_pass http://192.168.XXX.XXX:9080; proxy_http_version 1.1; proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade; proxy_set_header Connection keep-alive; proxy_set_header Host $host; proxy_cache_bypass $http_upgrade; } Please note, the closing '/' in the above config file. Without that closing '/' it will not route through properly, even if it prompts for credentials and they are entered correctly, it will nginx 404 error. Anywho, hope it helps somebody!
  8. I appreciate you letting me know, and I had tried a bunch of different setups in my attempts to get it routed through, the closest I got was in my setup up above, posted again here for posterity: In my default config: location /rider { auth_request /auth-1; include /config/nginx/proxy-confs/rider.conf; } and in the rider.conf: # RIDER reverse proxy location /rider { proxy_pass http://192.168.86.63:6080/vnc.html?resize=remote&host=192.168.86.63&port=6080&autoconnect=1; proxy_set_header Host $http_host; proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $scheme; proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade; proxy_set_header Connection "upgrade"; index vnc.html; alias /path/to/noVNC/; try_files $uri $uri/ /vnc.html; } with the result being that noVNC error page. It's definitely connecting to the docker image, just not connecting all the way through the noVNC portion, some nginx pass-through setting somethingorother I assume but don't pretend to understand, ha!
  9. Hopefully this won't confuse somebody more, but, I asked about the setup on the Bazarr Discord and got some info from @morpheus65535 on how to get things mapped/pathed correctly. In the initial setup of the Bazarr container, you chose the path for where Radarr/Sonarr are currently mapped to, in my case: This will set the internal mapping of the subtitle paths to /movies and /tv (NOTE THE cAsE. IT IS DIFFERENT THAN THE DOCKER TEMPLATE MAKES IT APPEAR TO BE DURING INITIAL SETUP.) Actually maps like this. (Check the configuration page for those Host Paths) That's fair enough, just a mapping description discrepancy, but here is where the confusion is going to lie for most of us, when you integrate Radarr/Sonarr during the first run of Bazarr, it's going to "import" the mapping of your Radarr/Sonarr containers, in my case, to '/media'. THIS is the mapping you want to change in the Bazarr setup. Point your '/media' to '/tv' and '/movies' (see below) and again, and MIND THE CASES.
  10. It's all good man, like I said, the docker itself is running perfectly and I have no issues at all, just looking to expand functionality a bit through that remote access. Thanks for another great product!
  11. Hey @binhex, As usual for your containers, it all seems to be working swimmingly! I did want to ask though, if you had dabbled at all in adding the container to nginx and/or through organizr. I seem to be able to get to a noVNC error page once I get it added to the config files, but can't get it to the interface itself. This is obviously stretching to the point of possible irrelevancy for this thread, but, wanted to ask, just in case! Thanks! # RIDER reverse proxy location /rider { proxy_pass http://192.168.86.63:6080/vnc.html?resize=remote&host=192.168.86.63&port=6080&autoconnect=1; proxy_set_header Host $http_host; proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $scheme; proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade; proxy_set_header Connection "upgrade"; index vnc.html; alias /path/to/noVNC/; try_files $uri $uri/ /vnc.html; }
  12. I think this is more likely than an actual bug. I've never managed to find one that I could reproduce. Ever. Unless it was in my own code... I've outlined the steps I took above as to what I did, but as far as an actual issue I don't believe there really is one. I fully think that I was in the wrong in some way or another, and was saved by the fact that there are systems in place to correct stupid like that.
  13. Oh, something definitely went wrong, and I have no idea where it did. I did not need to go in to build a new config (through the button) or anything other than the steps I listed up above. The solution seems again seems to be to NOT use a smaller drive (which I never will again) and to make sure that the rebuild parity is checked. As for the cause? Unknown. I did not keep any sort of documentation on the procedure other than just memory, but if I need to do any further replacements in the future, I will take greater care in what I am doing.
  14. Interesting... So even though I dropped the old drive off the config and added the new one with the regular drive replacement procedure, because the old drive wasn't zero'd out, it left a bad parity state? I followed the procedure listed here: https://lime-technology.com/wiki/Replacing_a_Data_Drive and it all seemed to work out as planned, despite it stating that the replacement drive could not be smaller. An interesting issue, but one I am glad to be finished with. Thank you all for your help, I certainly appreciate it! For any future drive replacements I will be sure to use a same size or larger disk, and triple-check that the rebuild parity is checked.
  15. Negative, in the 4TB > 3TB instance I moved all the files off the emulated disk. Stopped the array, removed the old disk, started, stopped, popped the new drive into its spot and started again. It did a proper parity check following the preclear and formatting and continued on its merry way. For the 8TB however, I did check the parity is valid box once it finished its preclear and formatting routine. Maybe that's the one it came from? Odd that it would only have been bad for 2TB worth of it though.