rbmatt1s

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  1. Very odd. After a while it started working. Is there some kind of invisible process where for the first, I don't know, hour, on the backend the Resilio Sync client needs to download a .torrent file so there is something happening that is simply invisible to the users and myself?
  2. I got the container installed, it seems to be fully operational, I shared a folder, it seems to be sharing the folder, but when my peers click they link, they just get... the folder without any of the contents. Resilio can see the files, because when I added the folder it spent about 10 minutes indexing about 25 gb of files. Could be a port thing? I forwarded the listening port on the router to my UNRAID. Would love some ideas.
  3. i wrote a simple shell script called 'photobackup.sh' that backs up my photos to the correct folder. Yet I come back a week later and the shellscript is gone. I've tried this twice now. I put it in /usr/bin is there a cleaner that is removing unknown shell scripts I don't know about? Is there a better way to accomplish a simple rsync rm script? Best, rbmatt1s
  4. How difficult would it be to create a docker container for Urbit? Urbit runs on basically any 64-bit Linux distro, so it should run on UNRAID https://urbit.org/using/install/
  5. Bitcoin Unlimited is a bitcoin fork of Bitcoin Core. The other app is a Bitcoin Wallet. Wallets are merely software that hold your private keys securely... they don't download the entire blockchain or serve as a verification node in the network.
  6. When I originally set up my UNRAID, I configured it so that I had subdomains on my custom domain (i.e. movies.<mydomain>.com), which I had pointing to my DDNS URL (I had DDNS on my router) , port 80 and 443 forwarded to my UNRAID (I KNOW, I KNOW), then I had letsencrypt/nginx for reverse proxying. Everything worked very well, I could remotely access NZBManager using SSL. After reading the threads in Security, I think having my UNRAID facing the internet was a mistake. If I want to do things more securely i.e. OpenVPN running on router, all remote clients connecting to OpenVPN, then accessing services via local IP (i.e. 192.168.1.X:7521), is the procedure, just "uninstall Letsencrypt Docker, edit config files on all my other docker containers?" Anything I'm missing? I followed @spaceinvaderone 's tutorials to a tee when setting up reverse proxying, worked very well, but the security issues are too worrisome. thanks
  7. I added the extra param and that fixed everything. thanks Mr. Squid.
  8. yep, maybe the container size button in Unraid is wrong?
  9. I should mention that I went into /config/logs and nuked the log files there. Still shows up in the Unraid GUI as 10gb Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  10. Sorry for this pedestrian issue but my Unraid flashed a warning: Warning [TOWER] - Docker image disk utilization of 76% I looked into container size, Sabnzbd has a 10gb log file. Any idea why it's gotten so large, I thought that sabnzbd automatically kept logs to 5MB. ideas?
  11. chalk me up as having tried and failed to get Phlex running. Hoping there is an update.
  12. This is great! I was pulling my hair out and you solved it in about 5 minutes! Bravo!
  13. Very cludgy, but I connected to my server with a windows 10 laptop via WiFi Tethering and OpenVPN. (Laptop running open VPN ->Wifi Tether on Pixel->Unraid SMB share. I was able to download at 1.25 MB/s, approximately 10 mpbs, approximately the upstream bandwidth of my home internet connection. Maybe the problem is Astro SMB? Anyone have an Android Filemanager/SMBclient that plays nicely with Unraid?
  14. Similar but different question. Unraid Samba share, 10 Mbps upstream bandwidth. Google pixel Android client, OpenVPN in via LTE, 40 Mbps downstream bandwidth. I'm trying to download a file, I'm getting ~100 KB/s aka 0.8 Mbps. IOW I'm getting about 1/12 my expected transfer rate. OpenVPN server is running on my Asus RT-68U. Am I overtaxing the router? No, this router can handle ~35 Mbps without any adjustments. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  15. Tbh, I'm not the media consuming machine I used to be. With 15 TB usable and only 6 TB in use I will probably be replacing failed drives long before I run out of space. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  16. I set browsable to yes, public to no, validusers to user1, rebooted and appear to be cooking with gas. Thanks y'all. Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
  17. I'm following the same tutorial but I want to restrict SMB access to user1 only, my samba extra configuration looks like: [Dropbox] path = /mnt/disks/dropbox comment = browseable = yes # Public #public = no valid users = user1 writeable = yes vfs objects = Despite restarting samba, all of my clients can still access dropbox on the Unraid. thanks @SpaceInvaderOne
  18. Thanks for all the advice! I created a build guide here
  19. I introduced myself here when I was planning to move to Unraid. Took me a few hours but I'm up and running with the following specs: Hardware SilverStone DS380B (with the cardboard ducting) SilverStone SST-ST30SF PSU AsRock H370M-ITX/AC Intel Core i3-8100 Noctua NH-L9i Cooler 2x Cooler Master SickleFlow 120 case fans Noctua NA-SRC10 Low Noise Adapters all around (my Unraid is in our bedroom so it has to be silent) 16GB G.Skill DDR4 Internal USB 2.0 to Female USB connector Storage Sandisk Cruzer Glide 16GB USB Fob Cache Pool 2xSamsung 840 EVO 250 GB Parity 5TB WD Green (w/ Idle Timer Reset) Array 3x5TB WD Green (w/ Idle Timer Reset) Software: Unraid 6.6.5 Right now the machine is building the Array. Attached are the pics. As you can see, it needs better cable management. That said, I'm not really sure how you can "manage" 6 SATA Cables inside of such a tiny case. Also, I'm tapping all six SATA ports on the Mobo, so the expandability is currently limited even though it can physically fit 4 more 3.5" drives and 2 more 2.5" drives (and an M.2 if I wanted to get cute). When the Array is done I'll start to set up User Shares, Docker, etc.
  20. I'm watching this tutorial video on Dockers: Unbelievable. Things are seem so much simpler than they were eight years ago. Docker seems pretty revolutionary.
  21. Thank you very much for the input. @LochSuppose I take the two drives, and form a RAID1 cache pool. How would I get mover to ignore any apps/dockers stored to the cache drive? @Jcloud My current list looks like: CIFS shares, couchpotato, Sonarr, Radarr, Transmission, OpenVPN, Plexmediaserver. I'd like it to serve as a TimeMachine Server, but I think that might exceed my skill level.
  22. I could use some advice on what to do with my Non-Array drives. I have three 3x 240 gb SATA SSDs, one 250 gb 2.5" hard drive. the asrock has 6 SATA ports, so i plan to use 1 for parity, 3 for array, and 2 for ssd's. Would you recommend using one or two for cache? I was probably going to go 1 cache, one unassigned and use it for plexmediaserver. if I want to add drives down the line i can probably add a PCIe SATA controller, yes?
  23. About 7 years ago, I wanted the ability to stream media from a computer to an android phone, pretty heady stuff, I know. I bought a brand spanking new HP N36L, slapped 4x2TB drives, and Amahi 6 on it and I was off to the races. Knowing nothing about linux, fedora, etc. I had plenty of time to muck about, fix broken stuff etc. About 3 years ago, I built another AmahiBox: Fedora 21 / Amahi 8 SilverStone DS380B Asus P8H77-I Intel Core i3-3220T 8GB DDR3 Crucial M500 250GB SSD 4x5TB WD Green (w/ Idle Timer Reset) in software RAID5 Noctua NH-L9i CPU Cooler SilverStone SST-ST30SF PSU It's what I'm using today. While it still does what I want, the machine has gotten crankier and crankier, and Amahi development appears to have slowed to a crawl. As it's hard to update Fedora/Amahi as a non-superuser, I'm stuck on F21/A8, and my installation Plexmediaserver has grown increasingly out of date. I read about Unraid, and being a commercial project it seems to have a active support and does more or less exactly what I want without needing to be a guru just to keep it up and running. My next machine will be: SilverStone DS380B (with the ducting) AsRock H370M-ITX/AC Intel Core i3-8100 16GB DDR4 2xSamsung 840 EVO 4x5TB WD Green (w/ Idle Timer Reset) (Unraid) Noctua NH-L9i CPU Cooler SilverStone SST-ST30SF PSU Internal USB 2.0 to Female USB connector Good Quality 8gb USB key The parts are already purchased but not assembled, any last minute advice folks would give me a relative novice before I slap it all together? I've backed up the all the files i'm keeping to an external drive so I can safely wipe out the RAID5. best regards, rbmatt1s