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  1. I think it would be possible to do with any docker that have ffmpeg, like "liquid dl" for instance. A small script would do it. Something like: for i in *.mkv; do ffmpeg -i "$i" -codec copy "${i%.*}.mp4" done
  2. Is there anywhere to report this issue? I tried updataing to 138 today but still had the same issue "adress not available" so I rolled back to 136 again.
  3. Thats exactly what I want to avoid, adding 400 some .torrents and pointing them to the right folder takes a huge amount of time..... (Given that I actually have to go through all the folders and find out exactly which .torrent to download and add again....)
  4. I just remembered I move the appdata from my cache-drive to a small SSD using "Unassigned Devices" so I have a "backup" from that time, (didn't delete the folder on the cache drive, just copied it). Using this could save me hors though. Is it enough just replacing the "state" folder with the old one or is there anything else I need to do?
  5. When trying to reinstall the docker, I didn't know which one I had installed (linuxserver, binhex) So I tried both, and somewhere in there I think I lost everything. And no there's no recent backup of the appdata. Perhaps I should see this as lesson learned then?
  6. I'm also having this problem and I tried to reinstall and muck about before I found this post about using an old release. In the process I lost all of the torrents I was seeding, is there a way to get it all back (was 400 some, took hours of manual labour to add when I first added this docker...)????
  7. So what I did was in a console: cp -a /mnt/user/appdata/. /mnt/disks/SSD/appdata/ cp -a /mnt/user/system/. /mnt/disks/SSD/system/ cp -a /mnt/user/domains/. /mnt/disks/SSD/domains/ And then I changed the settings under VM-manager (libvirt and vdisks) to the new locations and the same for Docker (docker.img and appdata) And lastly I changed the settings for each VM I had already created. I hope this will do it.
  8. Only by Unraid. Now I have to figure out how to move the already existing VM's and the dockers... Anyone have a writeup about such things?
  9. OK, I see. Maybe I'll switch it up later, but for now I'll go for my first thought. And then another question popped up as I connected my SSD: What filesystem to use? Any recommendations here?
  10. I hope the same goes for the Dockers?
  11. Hi! I just recently built a "homeserver" of some old hardware (Gigabyte UD5, 4930K and 64GB RAM and some WD RED 4TB) and a couple of new disks. From the looks of it Unraid is the server OS I'm looking for, so I decided to give it a shot. Since it will be moving a lot of big files I didn't really want to use an SSD as a cache-drive, so I took one of my old "WD RED 4TB". But I have noticed that the VM's and Dockers do take a hit when the big files are beeing written, so my question before I decide: Is it possible to store the dockers and VM's on an SSD as an unassigned device, or is it any downside to this if possible?