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  1. Ok. I already have Plex working in docker with hardware transcoding just making sure adding it to both wouldn't crash one or the other. Thanks Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  2. If this has already been asked, i am sorry. i did search but couldn't find an answer. Is it possible to passthrough the same GPU to Tdarr and Plex? and have it used at the same time?
  3. Getting this on my unraid nvidia settings page Warning: parse_ini_file(/tmp/mediabuild/description): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/Unraid-Nvidia/include/exec.php on line 60 anything i need to fix?
  4. Check your settings? Make sure your paths are correct. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  5. I didn't have to. I just pointed it my "tvshows" folder and it did everything in subfolders. My layout is similar. As media/tvshows/tvshowname/season/ is pretty standard.
  6. What do you mean "un- prioritized" ? Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  7. I would think it would use the same amount of ram that it would for disk space, i.e. 8gb transcode would need 8gb of ram. It fully converts then moves the file to overwrite the original. I tried it out with tmp (I have 96gb of ram so I'm not worried at all), And so far so good. And my history was there. It must be kept somewhere else (logs?). The file folders it uses to store the transcoded file before moving it must just be for while it's converting, but they never get deleted by program so I assumed it was history of some sort. I am glad you brought this up. I've used /tmp for plex transcode and this is a great option. I have an SSD in my cache pool that complains about errors if I let unmanic run for over a day ( crc errors). But is happy any other time. So this means I can leave unmanic plugging along and not have to worry about over working that drive. Also it means mover and parity check won't be slowed down when unmanic is running. Thank again. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  8. How does this work for history? I noticed there are files in the temp folder for every conversion that's been done. Wouldn't these be cleared out of temp on reboot? Does it matter? Edit: I think I'm confused. So /dev/shm is ram? Are you changing this in the docker itself? Or mapping it to there? I know on Plex mapping transcode to ram maps /transcode to /tmp... I thought tmp was ram in unraid?
  9. Feature request: I know you are busy getting this ready for prime time. I see we now have failures appearing in the failure tab. Fantastic as I can now see subs have been causing some fails because ffmpeg can't transcode them. It would be nice if after something fails we could change the settings for an individual file without changing for every files or having to change around folders to not affect other files. Hope this makes sense and is possible thank you for your great work! Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  10. docker has been working fine. but recently br0,br1 have not been preserved on reboots. if i restart docker they work. i already deleted docker image->reinstalled apps. i've also tried "rm /var/lib/docker/network/files/local-kv.db /etc/rc.d/rc.docker restart". all my dockers are there on reboot, but anything that uses br1 or br0 doesn't start and when i try to start them is says docker doesn't exist. i restart docker engine only, and then everything works fine. any help would be appreciated. i attached diagnostics. it does show br1 after i restart docker, but after system reboot its gone...rproxy seems to work on reboot, but if i create a new container or edit it is not there as an option unless i restart docker engine. NETWORK ID NAME DRIVER SCOPE 30e0582f6c56 br1 macvlan local abfe350d72c0 bridge bridge local 0066a7c8c1bf host host local c3d107404aeb none null local e7b832527bef rproxy bridge local tower-diagnostics-20191013-2156.zip
  11. docker has been working fine. but recently br0,br1 have not been preserved on reboots. if i restart docker they work. i already deleted docker image->reinstalled apps. i've also tried "rm /var/lib/docker/network/files/local-kv.db /etc/rc.d/rc.docker restart". all my dockers are there on reboot, but anything that uses br1 or br0 doesn't start and when i try to start them is says docker doesn't exist. i restart docker only, and then everything works fine. anyhelp would be appreciated. i attached diagnostics tower-diagnostics-20191013-2049.zip NETWORK ID NAME DRIVER SCOPE 30e0582f6c56 br1 macvlan local abfe350d72c0 bridge bridge local 0066a7c8c1bf host host local c3d107404aeb none null local e7b832527bef rproxy bridge local
  12. I was thinking that since docker starts before pfsense vm can get going it wasn't handing out ip's so the bridges weren't able to be seen by docker. It's worked in the past, I just figured it was that. I just tried rebooting again and custom br0 and br1 aren't persisting even though the docker settings have it set for persisting after reboot... My Dockers with proxynet presist but proxynet is not listed as an option when creating a container unless I restart docker... Is it because I'm using br1 instead of br0? Edit: I solved it by giving eth0 and eth1 static ip addresses. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  13. I did all that and didn't fix my issue. I'm running a pfsense vm so that may be my issue. Thanks for the reply Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
  14. did you ever find a solution? this problem just started for me. its like docker service starts before the system gets ip address assigned and can't start br0,br1, or any bridge what so ever.
  15. Thanks. i have turned this off and seems to be working. Well encoding the problem files. Also i have noticed that many have asked for gpu support. i just purchased a p2000 and have passed through to plex docker for transcoding and easily handles everything i throw at it. i would like to throw my vote toward GPU implementation as well. would speed up the library conversion for sure.