lukeoslavia

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  1. You are correct, I updated last night, and when it booted back up, they were working again.
  2. Just an update, plugged in a dual port pcie network adapter (intel something or other) and thats working. Not sure why the 4 port on board ports wont work with this unraid instance, but I had a trial usb stick going on the server before to verify I wanted to use this server for unraid, and the 4 ports worked then. either way, I can use my unraid server again, but id like to know why the onboard nics wont grab an ipaddress.
  3. I did get an error when dumping the diagnostic, which seemed to be related to time zone. Im not sure if that could have anything to do with it, but the Date Modified time stamp for the diagnostic file on the flash drive is marked 1 am tomorrow.
  4. Hello, Today I moved all of my drives to a different server and when I boot up the new server it will not get an ipv4 or ipv6 address(don't really want v6). I made a backup of my flash before the move and the first thing I tried was to delete the network.cfg and network-rules.cfg files, since that has saved the day before, however, these files are not on the drive, or the backup. I cannot seem to boot into the gui, but can get into the safe mode gui, but I still don't know what is stopping the networking. I would really like to save my array config as I have 24TB of data on the array. Any help would be appreciated! Thanks! casnas-diagnostics-20220707-2105.zip
  5. Well, I left the puid and pgid alone, the default they were set to was: puid: 99 pgid: 100 but when I ran Id from the console, it said they were both 1000. I tried running chmod <PUID>:<PGID> -R /directus/uploads/ from the container, and then from unraid terminal with the host path. but it says chmod: invalid mode: '99:100' (I also tried 1000:1000 since thats what the container reported) the chown 755 -R /directus/uploads/ commands worked, but didnt seems to fix the issue.
  6. Hello, I am having a couple of minor issues with the container, maybe permission related? When we try to upload any image (or file) we get the following error in the log: Error code: EACCES Original stack: Error: EACCES: permission denied, open '/directus/uploads/90e3355a-57c1-4807-9119-6319c0c54935.png' 08:00:04 ✨ request errored POST 503 /files 21ms I was hoping maybe you knew of a solution. Also, when I go to edit my admin account info, when the page opens, a dialog box pops up with : [FORBIDDEN] You don't have permission to access this.
  7. Has there been any changes to the library monitor by chance? I added the new plugin to ignore recently modified files, but I've noticed that unmanic doesn't seem to watch the library any more. I set the scanner to ~200 and that is picking things up now, but if I turn that off and just use the Library monitor toggle, nothing seems to be getting added to the queue. Either way I've worked around it, just wondering if maybe something has changed in terms of watching the library.
  8. I'm not certain but I don't think they have any suffix. But the plugin you mention sounds about like what I was saying. I know with MCEbuddy there was an option to wait until a file hasn't been modified for 1 minute and up to 60 days or something like that.
  9. Feature suggestion: I was recording the formula 1 race this morning and UnManic detected the file, then began converting it before the race was finished recording. If the watcher can wait X amount of minutes since the file was last modified to add it to the queue, it should solve the problem. My (hopefully) short term fix is to not scan for an .ts files.
  10. Out of curiosity, since there are now required plugins, will I need to be a patreon supporter to use unmanic? I ask because now it seems that in order to re-encode anything, you need a plugin like H265 NVENC / QSV / CPU or H264 NVENC / QSV / CPU. Also will it be possible to change the container to mp4? it seems like it is just defaulted to mkv now and I dont see any way to change that.
  11. Its good to hear some of the plugins are going free, but I also second the removal of multi-language audio and subs. And to a lesser degree seeing the plugins first, but as you explained, that's not as big an issue. The re-order plugin seems to do its job just fine, but so far, for me anyway, emby still seems to pick a random language unless I set one on each individual player. That's fine and well for me, but for the rest of my family that doesn't really understand how it all works, it would be great to remove the extra steps for them once and never have to worry about it again. On the positive side though, your folder watch seems to work better than most of the other programs I've used, and the ease of use goes far beyond anything else so kudos there!
  12. I did find that plugin, and it did work, but I decided just to go ahead and convert everything to MKV since I cant remove the audio files and subs. If that function becomes available I can definitely use it! but I'm also happy enough to just have everything copied over to the new format. The container is super easy to use once you figure out a few things, I just cant help but wonder how much space I could save by getting rid of extra audio tracks!
  13. Have you got access to the plugins? There is one in there that will strip out the PNG stream that is causing the error with Unmanic So I went ahead and supported your patreon to get that plugin, but didnt see any plugins that could help me reduce the number of audio streams. Is there any current way I can do this. I would like to just pick a single English audio track, or even copy all english audio tracks, but remove any other languages.
  14. I do not, when I click plugins, I get a patreon link . I was guessing that might be the error but really wasnt sure. I guess for now I will use MKV. Another question. I have files that have a lot of different audio streams, is it possible to just take 1 audio stream that matches a specified language?
  15. I am having some trouble getting started with this container. I have a large TV library and would like to have it all converted as HEVC mp4 files. If I try to convert to mp4 however, I keep getting errors on most of the files and I cannot figure out how to fix it. When I keep all of the settings the same and try to transcode to HEVC .MKV files, it goes without issue. My settings are Mp4 Container / AAC audio + Stereo AAC / HEVC NVENC Most files output this error, if the file is already an HEVC MP4, it just remuxes it and throws in the stereo AAC track. title : s02e12 - Jolly Old St. Dick encoder : Lavf57.56.101 Duration: 00:22:10.11, start: 0.042989, bitrate: 3256 kb/s Stream #0:0(und): Video: h264 (Main) (avc1 / 0x31637661), yuv420p, 1280x720, 3052 kb/s, 29.97 fps, 29.97 tbr, 90k tbn, 59.94 tbc (default) Metadata: handler_name : VideoHandler Stream #0:1(und): Audio: aac (LC) (mp4a / 0x6134706D), 44100 Hz, stereo, fltp, 193 kb/s (default) Metadata: handler_name : SoundHandler Stream #0:2: Video: png, rgb24(pc), 667x500 [SAR 3779:3779 DAR 667:500], 90k tbr, 90k tbn, 90k tbc (attached pic) Stream mapping: Stream #0:0 -> #0:0 (h264 (native) -> hevc (hevc_nvenc)) Stream #0:2 -> #0:1 (png (native) -> hevc (hevc_nvenc)) Stream #0:1 -> #0:2 (copy) Press [q] to stop, [?] for help [mp4 @ 0x55c86394f0c0] Could not find tag for codec hevc in stream #1, codec not currently supported in container Could not write header for output file #0 (incorrect codec parameters ?): Invalid argument Error initializing output stream 0:0 -- Conversion failed! Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  16. I grabbed two of these, one for my unraid box, and one for my pc. https://www.amazon.com/HP-Connectx-2-671798-001-666172-001-Refurbished/dp/B07HFKD3NR/ref=sr_1_36?dchild=1&keywords=10gbe+pcie&qid=1596118659&sr=8-36 Though they were only $29.99 when I got them, not sure why the price hike. I found this while on amazon though and it may work for you, same thing essentially, just has two ports instead of 1: https://www.amazon.com/HP-NC523SFP-2-Port-Adapter-593717-B21/dp/B004JU2MUI/ref=sr_1_23?dchild=1&keywords=10gbe+pcie&qid=1596118795&sr=8-23 Though according to the reviews it seems it will need active cooling or it will overheat. Also there is a red heatshielded Asus RJ-45 10gbe card out there that sells for $49-$149 depending on seller whimsy, but it is not SFP+.
  17. I just set this up a couple of days ago to reverse proxy to my emby server. I am having a strange issue where responses logged for browser traffic show the traffic is using https and where the traffic is going, but for devices (like rokus, xbox, android) it just shows a dash ("-") instead. For example, this is what is being logged now for devices: [Devices IP Address] - - [Timestamp] "POST /emby/Sessions/Playing/Progress HTTP/2.0" 204 0 "-" "Roku/DVP-9.30 (deviceID)" If I connect from a browser the log shows this: [Devices IP Address] - - [Timestamp] "POST /emby/Sessions/Playing/Progress HTTP/2.0" 204 0 "https://[mydomain.com]/web/index.html" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/83.0.4103.116 Safari/537.36" So my concern is, can I customize/fix the log to show the same information for devices as in browsers? I just want to verify that all of the traffic is being sent and received as encrypted https traffic. Any help/insight would be greatly appreciated here!
  18. So the access log does verify that the traffic is in HTTPS, but it doesnt do this for Roku devices apparently. It only shows HTTP/2 and instead of an address (https://mydomain.com) it shows "-" and then the device name. any ideas as to why that would happen?
  19. I have an emby server running and have setup the letsencrypt docker to get an ssl cert and also to use the reverse proxy. I followed the spaceinvader one video on how to set this up but have not been able to verify that the proxy is actually doing what I want it to do, which is to make sure all incoming requests are over https and all outgoing responses are https. I have tried checking the nginx access log but that got me more confused than confident as when an initial connection is made, it logs the response as https to my public domain, but after a device begins playback it logs HTTP/2 for the responses and doesn't specify if the traffic is actually being secured(encrypted). Long question made short, is there a way I can verify that all incoming traffic to my reverse proxy is over https and that all my responses are https as well?
  20. I concur with this, if you have a switch that can do it, you can grab a 10gbe mellanox card on amazon for ~ $35 give or take.
  21. You could use the extra nics to create extra networks and separate your traffic i.e. run your VM traffic through one nic, dockers through another, and maybe the third could be for all VPN traffic if you are into that sort of thing? or use them as a fail overs in the event that another one dies. When I had a Supermicro board, I aggregated all 4 nics to get 4 gigabit throughput which I never really used or needed, but I had it. I don't think any of these are necessary at all, just things you could do with them / tinker with.
  22. I don't know exactly what the difference is, but this also seems to be a gigabyte issue. I loved the i5 enough that I also decided to gift myself a new SFF i5 build for my gaming rig and went with the Gigabyte z490i Aorus Ultra itx motherboard. I had to use wifi to connect and get nic drivers. That's for a windows 10 build too which shocked the heck out of me to see it wasn't already playing nice. I'm not sure with the ASROCK board in my Unraid machine though as the nic showed up in the current release, but I use a 10g mellanox card instead so it may not have actually been functional. I also saw the same issue discussed in some reviews of their new LGA 1200 boards.
  23. TLDR: I have not seen processor utilization that high with transcoding so far. Unfortunately, I don't have any 4k media in h.264 any more, it's all in HEVC (h.265) now. But I did test a couple of those. H.265 -> h.264 seems to be the most taxing scenario for the processor. While converting a 1080p 15kbps h.264 down to 8kbps, I also transcoded a 4k HEVC 30kbps video down to 1080p 10kbps and the processor was ~ 17-20% during the entire transcode process for both of them. So far I haven't seen it break a sweat any more than that unless i'm doing other tasks as well, this thing is kind of amazing for emby transcoding if you turn off the transcode throttle and just let it do the whole video all at once. The only other thing I can say about 4k transcoding is it's almost always a bear so I limit 4k playback to devices I know can support direct playback. Also, this is just a wild guess because I know very little about where Jellyfin is these days, but I wonder if their ffmpeg builds are the same as the builds emby uses and if that could cause some extra cpu usage.
  24. No problem! Yes it is that same driver. After I set all of that up and then rebooted, I opened a terminal from the webui and typed /dev/dri and it said the directory existed. After that I just passed it through to emby. p.s. Im loving the i5 10400, its idling at 40 watts and handles transcoding like a dream, let me know how your i7 works out!
  25. I've gotten my i5 10400 iGPU passed through using the 6.9.0 beta 1 update. You need the newer linux 5.5.8 kernel to achieve this so if you update and do everything you mentioned previously for passing through your iGPU, it will work (with emby at least). EDIT: Make sure you have multi-display/iGPU enabled in the bios or this will not work.