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  1. To your earlier question (which you may have edited out), I use the plugin "CA User Scripts," which you can install from the Community Applications section. Once you have it installed, you just make another script called "NZBGet Restart" and have it say: #!/bin/bash docker restart binhex-nzbget And then you can set it to whatever frequency you want.
  2. Just adding my voice to the mix. I also have noticed the "stuck at unpacking" issue with this docker container. I've just always manually restarted, which would fix the issue. For now, I've gone ahead and set up an hourly cron job to restart the docker, but I'll keep an eye on this thread to see if any more developments occur!
  3. Ah, I see. So I tried unchecking the blocklist plugin, but whenever I restart this docker, it comes back as checked/active. Do you know how I can permanently de-activate the blocklist plugin in my deluge setup?
  4. Can anyone tell me how to enable 'debug' mode with this docker? I'm having an issue with the BlockList plugin inside Deluge, and I'm being told that step one is to enable 'debug' mode. Thanks!
  5. Whoops, I just posed this question on GitHub, before I saw your above post. My question on GitHub was if the plan would be for 'unstable' to point to 5.8.x (once the change hits the Xenial repo, that is). Is there a way for us to track when it hits the Xenial repo, by the way? I don't mind changing a tag, and don't really care if 'unstable' points to 'stable.' I just want to figure out the plan before I try to port my existing Unifi 5.7.20 settings from a Windows PC to this docker container. (See my post at the top of this page for details on my situation). I'm thinking that I should be able to change the docker repo to ':unstable' now, which will bring it to 5.7.23 (I believe). And then I should be able to bring my settings over. But should I expect to be able to (at a later time) upgrade from 5.7.23 to 5.8.x while staying on the 'unstable' branch?
  6. Any recommendations on how I should handle migrating the Unifi controller from my existing Windows PC to the docker container in UnRAID? I'm currently running v5.7.20 on the Windows PC, and made a backup of it. However, when I started going through the setup process on the UnRAID docker container it said that it could not import the backup as the backup was made from a newer version. Also, I wasn't seeing any "devices on the network" during the new setup. I assume this is because I have to first "forget" them on the Windows PC controller? However, I'm worried that I'll end the connection to the Windows PC controller, start setting up the new controller in docker, and then will be unable to import my old settings. Any thoughts on how I should best handle this?
  7. Are you sure? All research I've done seems to indicate hardlinking can never work across drives. And multiple drives in a share (which is what UnRAID does) is going to have that problem. In looking at my downloads, I see two copies of every torrent downloaded. One in the "Downloads" share, and one in the "Media" share. Maybe symlinking would work with UnRAID? It definitely is copying on my end, when I have the setting set to 'hardlink instead of copy.'
  8. Does anyone know how well this works with the 'Hardlink instead of copy' option found in Sonarr and Radarr? I only have one torrent tracker attached to Sonarr/Radarr, and it's a private tracker that I want to be permaseeding on. I just wasn't sure if anyone has confirmed that it will keep seeding in deluge in this setup, after Sonarr/Radarr have ingested it on their end. Edit: Also, I'm curious to know if it actually hardlinks, or if it's going to resort to copying between folders on the unraid server, which would mean taking double the space for every torrent downloaded.
  9. So I'm attempting to get this set up while still using Cloudflare as my DNS. In the docker set up fields, it asks for the following (among other things): - Subdomains: I put "wildcard" here without the quotes, since CF has all the CNAME breakouts and everything - Validation Type: I've put "dns" without the quotes - dns-plugin: Not sure what to put for this one? Thoughts? Any help is appreciated!
  10. So I was originally looking into making my first unRAID server a dual Xeon E5-2650 build, which seemed fairly popular. However, the rise in prices on that old server equipment has made it less of enticing option. I'm hoping for something in the 13k+ passmark range. Do you all think a Ryzen 2600 would be a decent CPU to base a build on? My plan is to use it for the following: Plex Media server - something that can handle four 1080p transcodes, and one 4k local play - all simultaneous. (Note: the one 4k local play is to an Nvidia Shield, so I don't think that will use up much CPU in the server, right?) Support 6+ HDDs, and 2 SSDs. Run various media grabbing services (Radarr, Sonarr, NZBGet, Deluge, VPN), run a web Server (NGINX). I would assume 12+ docker containers? General file server (shared folders accessible to home PCs, and act as a general backup to data on the home PCs) I'd like it to run 1-2 VMs in case I want to tinker on various things My main worry is DDR4 RAM prices. I assume I want to go for ECC RAM, right? 16GB would be minimum, but 32GB would be preferred. That's probably the component that will make the Ryzen build very costly. Thoughts?