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  1. some metadata renamers can do really cool stuff, like take track numbers from file names. I didn't see anything like that in Plex. Thankfully I don't have to do it too frequently.
  2. I have an ancient version of ruTorrent that's been a trusty client for years - I keep getting notifications about it being depreciated in Fix Common Problems. Any recommendations on a more modern version of a bittorrent client I should move over to? Thanks!
  3. got it working, but I still have an odd path for the launch string: /usr/lib/jvm/java-16-openjdk/bin/java -Xms1024M -Xmx2048M -jar /config/crafty/servers/olerobin//config/crafty/servers/paper-1.17.1-262.jar nogui When doing this, the server jar will create world files in places that depend on where you run it from. It was easy for me to get turned around back-ass-wards so my server.jar doesn't pick up the previous world files that I want it to. It's working now, so I'll leave it alone! ======================================================= For posterity the old post: I'm trying (again) to get this puppy going. I'm having issues with file paths. I have several servers that are running inside Crafty Controller Docker. This world I want to get going is called "goats" and is a 1.17 world Server name: goats Server Path: /config/crafty/servers/goats Server Jar: ../paper-1.17.1-257.jar Java Path: /usr/lib/jvm/java-16-openjdk/bin/java I want the world files to be in /config/crafty/servers/goats/region/XXXXXXX.mca But this one creates /config/crafty/servers/goats/goats/region/XX.mca's Also: the server.properties, I'd like that to be in a subfolder, /config/crafty/servers/goats, rather than /config/crafty/servers One other odd problem I'm having: when I go to the Server Config, on the right block, it says "The server will be launched using this string: /usr/lib/jvm/java-16-openjdk/bin/java -Xms1024M -Xmx2048M -jar /config/crafty/servers/goats/../paper-1.17.1-257.jar nogui" When I hit Run, on the previous page, it doesn't do anything, just hangs there. But when I run the Terminal from the Docker, I can paste in the long command, and it works great. I think this has to do with my lack of understanding the paths here. thanks in advance!
  4. For posterity, I specified a version of Crafty to roll back to until our fantastic docker author Binhex sorts us out! Edit the docker change Repository to "binhex/arch-crafty:03472bf5464197ca800a0b8afaffcc7b5dfa9594-02" (I selected version "03472bf5464197ca800a0b8afaffcc7b5dfa9594-02" which was pushed around 5/2021) removed the JAVA_VERSION Key I added from binhex post Applied to docker badda-bing, back up and running for now. bibliography FAQ "how to I roll back to a specific version?" https://github.com/binhex/documentation/blob/master/docker/faq/unraid.md available versions https://registry.hub.docker.com/r/binhex/arch-crafty/tags
  5. @muslimsteel first of all, amazing handle. Secondly, adjacent to your question, for backups I use this Google drive plugin that works great. https://www.spigotmc.org/resources/drivebackupv2.79519
  6. I'm trying (again) to get this puppy going. I'm having issues with file paths. I have several servers that are running inside Crafty Controller Docker. This world I want to get going is called "goats" and is a 1.17 world Server name: goats Server Path: /config/crafty/servers/goats Server Jar: ../paper-1.17.1-257.jar Java Path: /usr/lib/jvm/java-16-openjdk/bin/java I want the world files to be in /config/crafty/servers/goats/region/XXXXXXX.mca But this one creates /config/crafty/servers/goats/goats/region/XX.mca's Also: the server.properties, I'd like that to be in a subfolder, /config/crafty/servers/goats, rather than /config/crafty/servers One other odd problem I'm having: when I go to the Server Config, on the right block, it says "The server will be launched using this string: /usr/lib/jvm/java-16-openjdk/bin/java -Xms1024M -Xmx2048M -jar /config/crafty/servers/goats/../paper-1.17.1-257.jar nogui" When I hit Run, on the previous page, it doesn't do anything, just hangs there. But when I run the Terminal from the Docker, I can paste in the long command, and it works great. I think this has to do with my lack of understanding the paths here.
  7. found this thread wanting to make sure my UPS is setup correctly. Are there some guidelines for Settings > UPS Settings Battery Level to Initiate shutdown (%): 50 Runtime left to initiate shutdown (minutes) 10 Time on battery to initiate shutdown 200 Turn off UPS after shutdown No I have a similar "Runtime Left 22 minutes" as @Squid has above, so I just copied those values. I also really appreciate the: test it! Unplug the UPS from wall, and make sure it all shuts down okay.
  8. I have a UPS. Maybe it’s setup wrong? I’ll double check. but the original question remains: what, if anything, can I do to mitigate some of these file corruption problems?
  9. Thanks for the replies. it’s happened once before, but it was a couple years ago. This time, I think it was tied to a power outage. I suspected if there was something as simple as rebuilding the drive, it would have been in the documentation or Spaceinvaders video! you guys can see where I’m coming from here though right?
  10. Recently I had another XFS file error and had to do the XFS repair tool. This time around, 320G of newly created Lost and Found weirdo files. Other than making yet another backup of pictures, or music collection - what’s up with these loss of files? I mean, this is unRaid, we’ve got an array, we’ve got a disk pool. We’ve got a personal server at home, yet are still vulnerable to file loss. is this a type of loss I can avoid? Is there a tweak in my system I can make? Like move the whole thing to btrfs? Pull the corrupted drive, simulate the drive with array, restore the entire thing like that? am I missing something? thanks!
  11. Old thread, but I came into it because I need to fix some file corruption. Here's a spaceinvader video on fixing XFS corruption
  12. Take a look at page one. See if that answers your question.
  13. got this up and running. I saw a few of the errors others had experienced. Here are my steps, with a screenshot. When I tried to get it running, I was having a few problems: no files were being created. This was because I didn't pay attention to the FAQ binhex wrote for new Minecraft 1.17: requires java 16. https://github.com/binhex/documentation/blob/master/docker/faq/crafty.md I also want to run a couple of worlds at the same time, so the default settings for me aren't quite right. downloaded 1.17 minecraft https://www.minecraft.net/en-us/download/server saved minecraft.java to /mnt/user/appdata/binhex-crafty/crafty/servers/minecraft_server.1.17.jar (the docker translates this to /config/crafty/servers/minecraft_server.1.17.jar, see the docker settings > Show More Settings) made sub folder for one server binhex-crafty/crafty/servers/goats Server Name "goats" Server Path /config/crafty/servers/goats Server Jar /config/crafty/servers/minecraft_server.1.17.jar default it'll look for the jar in the folder of the server. I didn't want it to do that, so put the full (albeit Docker map) path to the jar I wanted Java Path /usr/lib/jvm/java-16-openjdk/bin/java very important. See binhex FAQ link above, and pinned on this thread. Minecraft 1.17 requires a newer java, so we need to specify that path to the new java hit start, will create files edit eula.txt from False to True bob's your uncle One of my servers is on papermc 1.16. Referring back to binhex's FAQ, the steps above are SIMILAR but, as binhex says, papermc requires java 11, so the Java Path will be /usr/lib/jvm/java-11-openjdk/bin/java
  14. @binhex thank you for weighing in. I hadn't even considered that different servers OF COURSE need/require different versions of java. So, Crafty does it? Looks terrific, I'll give it a spin for my servers. Would you, or someone comment on all these different flavors of minecraft dockers? Three right from Binhex?: 1. Crafty (unRaid forum thread) 2. Minecraftserver (unRaid forum thread) 3. Mineos-node (unRaid forum thread) For me, I've been using Mineos node for the web user interface, and ability to run several servers at once on different ports. Took a bit of finagling to get Geyser working (friend on a Switch), but got it, and it's been aok. I don't like the built in backup system in Mineos-node, but solved that with another plugin drivebackupV2.
  15. I would guess no. Program need to know where to look for stuff. If you delete the default version of java (/usr/bin/java) Minecraft won't know where to look for the other java (/usr/lib/jvm/java-16-openjdk/bin/java). I wonder if this work around will outlast a reboot?