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  1. I'm having some trouble accessing my docker containers when I connect to Unraid through Wireguard. I'm using an IOS device to test this. I can access the Unraid web gui with https (randomcharacters.unraid.net:8443) or http (192.168.1.x:8443). I use a reverse proxy to access various docker containers (dockercontainer.mysubdomain.duckdns.org). This works when I'm directly connected to my local network, but not over Wireguard. I've tried following many of the steps in the Quickstart post but it hasn't worked (or I haven't done it correctly). Any ideas on how I can fix this? Here are some additional details on what I've tried: My router is configured to provide my Pihole IP address as the DNS server. Pihole has a custom IP address (192.168.1.x) Pihole connects to dnscrypt proxy docker container on Unraid which connects to an external DNS. Pihole itself is a docker container. Unraid itself is configured to NOT use Pihole as the DNS server and instead use an external DNS. I added a static route to my router--Network destination: 10.253.0.0 (local tunnel network pool for Wireguard), subnet mask 255.255.255.0, default gateway: 192.168.1.x (unraid local IP) I cannot access the Pihole web GUI over Wireguard. Works fine over local network. I have tried "Remote tunnel access" and "Remote access to LAN" peer types I have set "Local server uses NAT" to Yes and "Host access to custom networks" to disabled. I've also tried setting these to No and enabled respectively.
  2. Trying to now that you've suggested but having some trouble getting it working. I can connect to the VNC server but I just get a blank screen when I do. I suspect it's a configuration issue but just not seeing the right setup through my searching.
  3. Is there a way to change the location where the hash results for each file are stored? I see they're stored in plain text on my usb drive. I'd like the results to be in an encrypted location such as my cache or array.
  4. Thanks, I tried Nomachine and wasn't able to get it working. I've installed it on both the local machine and VM, and the VM was automatically discovered. The issue is when I connect, the remote desktop never appears. Within about 5 seconds I get a "Connection reset by peer error." Haven't been able to get past this. Is there an alternative to Nomachine you might recommend?
  5. How can I share my clipboard with the VMs running in Unraid (i.e. copy text from one PC and paste in the VM)? I've tried using the VNC client from the Unraid web interface and UltraVNC. Both support clipboard sharing as far as I can, but it doesn't work with the VMs. I've tested this with VMs for Fedora and Debian.
  6. I posted about a similar problem above. For me, syslog does not say what the corrupted file is.
  7. My scheduled verify job reported "bunker verify command Found 1 file with BLAKE2 hash key corruption" but doesn't tell me what file is corrupted. I had error logging set to syslog in settings, but I don't see the file listed there either. How can I see what file is causing the problem? Here is the relevant part of syslog: bunker: error: BLAKE2 hash key mismatch, is corrupted bunker: Verify task for disk1 finished, duration: 12 hr, 2 min, 0 sec. bunker: verified 455797 files from /mnt/disk1. Found: 0 mismatches, 1 corruption. Duration: 12:02:00. Average speed: 98.3 MB/s
  8. Got it, thanks for the clarification!
  9. Thanks, isn't the parity disk still used for parity with one data drive? That's different than having separate copies of the same file, which is how I thought raid1 works.
  10. Hello, I'm new to Unraid and currently on the trial period period. I'd like to use it mainly for storage and plex, and some other docker containers. I might be in a slightly unusual situation compared to other Unraid users because I only want to use one parity and one data disk (14TB each) and an SSD cache. Am I better off with something that will do RAID1? I generally like Unraid but not sure if it makes sense to use it with only one data disk. If I get another data disk down the road, I can see Unraid as being the better solution, but I suspect that won't be for a while.
  11. Is performance with RAID1 the same (or close) compared to Unraid with this setup? I thought maybe RAID1 would write faster and use less CPU.
  12. Hello, I'm planning to build a new nas and was wondering if Unraid made sense for my scenario. I've been reading a lot about Unraid and have been using the trial for a few days. I'm planning to get 2x14 TB disks for the array and an SSD for the cache. Is Unraid a good choice for this setup? Would I be better off with mirroring (which it seems Unraid is not built for) compared to the parity functionality in Unraid? I don't expect to need more storage for at least a few years. I realize I could benefit from parity by using a 8TB parity disk and 2x8TB data disks to give me more usable space (and at a lower cost). However, I prefer two disks as I can reuse a small case I already have. I'd need a new case to fit 3 HDs plus a SSD.
  13. Thanks for the help. I'll try that setup.
  14. Hi everyone, I was wondering how I can virtualize Unraid in Windows 10 (I haven't seen recent posts here about this)? My current setup is an Ubuntu guest on a Windows 10 host using Virtualbox. I would like get rid of Ubuntu and move to Unraid. Eventually, I'll have a separate Unraid server (I'm planning to get the hardware in several months). I'm hoping to be able to move my data easily from the virtualized Unraid to the bare metal Unraid. Is there a way to set things up now so that I can use Unraid now and move to a bare metal Unraid later?