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  1. Oh my, I feel silly, I can't believe that was the fix, thank you so much.
  2. I'm working on cleaning up the set-up security warnings for this nextcloud container and I'm stuck on the two database issues. The 'missing some indexes" and "columns in the database are missing a conversion to big int." When I try to issue commands in regards to this issue in other threads I have different errors and I'm having difficultly narrowing down the issue. When I try to issue this command: sudo -u abc php /config/www/nextcloud/occ db:convert-filecache-bigint In the default directory: :~# It returns error: sudo: unknown user: abc sudo: unable to ini
  3. I am unable to access the web UI. I can install, configure, and have the container start. However, when I go to the web UI I get a "unable to connect" error. I am unsure how to test to see if it is a connection to the MySQL db that is causing issues or an improper configuration of the container. I am able to successfully connect to the MySQL db using MySQL Workbench using the same credentials that I am using in the bookstack container. Sorry for the vague issue, I'm at a loss as to where to start troubleshooting. Thanks EDIT: Ive got it running now. Aft
  4. I have a 16.04.2 Ubuntu Server running in a VM on my 6.5.2 unRAID Server. The VM was formally set at a 50G cap but I figured out how to expand that on the webgui to 200G. Now the Ubuntu VM is still complaining about not having enough space so I need to re-partition the drive in the VM to utilize the added space. The partitioned needing to be expanded is set up as LVM if that matters. I know a drive needs to be unmounted before it can be re-partitioned so is there a way to boot a live iso, such as the GParted Live bootable image, in unRAID like there is in virtualBox for example?