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  1. Btw, is it possible to set a custom schedule for snapshots or maybe some more pre-defined schedules, like half an hour or every 15 minutes or so? Something like znapzend for zfs would be great. With tiered snapshots, like 1 snapshot every 10 minutes which last for 2 days, then a snapshot every hour which lasts for 1 month or so?
  2. New update works great. Thank you
  3. I have it setup as /mnt/user/system/docker for simplicity though system is cache only so /mnt/cache/system/docker would fit for me aswell
  4. Any news regarding my feature request? The snapshot page is barely usable as there are hundreds of docker btrfs snapshots which make it really hard to find anything
  5. Do you mind sharing them or are they somewhere public?
  6. I dont have an Intel iGPU but i guess alot of people would appreciate this feature. I can totally agree on the second part, just take your time 😄
  7. Hey, was curious if its possible to use an nvidia gpu in the debian vnc container?
  8. Thats right, though i just faced this issue while trying to install cubecoders AMP in an LXC Container. AMP needs the right locale settings for its setup and the setup needs to be run by root user. Hm, i am just testing various things and reporting them back, and this behaviour is something i noticed, so i thought, maybe its better to report this 😅 Using this command works. Using locale afterwards shows the correct locale settings for the container.
  9. Though i just tested with a new container. Using just locale there shows posix for everything, using su root followed by locale shows the correct locale settings, without the need to use the dpkg-reconfigure command. So i guess this is just a bug
  10. Yes, i have tried that alraedy. Using this command for example dpkg-reconfigure locales && locale-gen or this command update-locale LANG=en_US.utf8. Though even after rebooting the container, the locale command still shows posix for everything. Using su root followed by locale shows the correct locale settings which i have defined with the dpkg-reconfigure locales command Yes, i know that LXD is not included, i just meant, that it would be great to have an option like that, which works.
  11. While we are at it regarding feature requests. I am facing the issue explained here https://lists.linuxcontainers.org/pipermail/lxc-users/2016-March/011277.html The solution using su root works no problem, though its inconvenient. The option using the lxc config command looks better, though i cant use that because the command is missing. Would be great to be able to set the locale in a future update. But no hurry, using su root is ok. Take your time and enjoy your vacation
  12. Thanks for the answer, i knew i could type bash there, though i am used to being able to define the bash which is used, i didnt found an option for that an assumed its done automatically, which isnt the case apparently. So i thought this is a bug, which it isnt, it just isnt implemented yet. Regarding the coding of the unraid shell and the sh shell i didnt knew that, good to know for the future, thanks for the explanation
  13. Oh, and it looks like there is another issue aswell
  14. Btw, just updated to the latest rc and found a "bug". I wrote about that on the official unraid server already, but i though it would be useful information here aswell. Ill just copy/paste it here: Not sure if this is an Unraid issue (6.10.2 RC2) or an issue with the LXC plugin, though i post it here first. This RC added an LXC Terminal Button, though this button assumes /bin/sh for the containers. If i install eg a debian container and use that function, in the new terminal window i cant use autocomplete or see the current path