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  1. Just updated my Asus Prime B450-A to 7/29/2019 BIOS version 1607 which says it updates AGESA 1.0.0.3 AB. Just tried to pass through an GeForce 760 to a Windows 10 VM, but I still get the same D3 error. EDIT: My CPU is an AMD Ryzen 2700.
  2. I'm trying to access the web UI through a reverse proxy, but when I go to https://mydomain.com/thelounge it just responds with a page that says "Cannot GET /thelounge/". I'm using update 15.05.19, the latest image as of posting this, and I made no changes to the default template except set the network to my public Docker network (where containers can resolve each other's hostnames). I made no changes to /config/config.js except set "reverseProxy: true,". I use jselage/nginxproxymanager container, here is my location block: location /thelounge { proxy_set_header Host $host; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Scheme $scheme; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $scheme; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $remote_addr; proxy_pass http://thelounge:9000; auth_request /auth-0; } It's a bit different from the block in https://thelounge.chat/docs/guides/reverse-proxies#nginx but I also tried adding the suggested lines and they made no difference. I also tried using this block from the linuxserver config even though I don't use the linuxserver/letsencrypt container, same thing. # thelounge does not require a base url setting location /thelounge { return 301 $scheme://$host/thelounge/; } location ^~ /thelounge/ { # enable the next two lines for http auth #auth_basic "Restricted"; #auth_basic_user_file /config/nginx/.htpasswd; # enable the next two lines for ldap auth, also customize and enable ldap.conf in the default conf #auth_request /auth; #error_page 401 =200 /login; include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; resolver 127.0.0.11 valid=30s; set $upstream_thelounge thelounge; rewrite /thelounge(.*) $1 break; proxy_pass http://$upstream_thelounge:9000; } Any other ideas?
  3. Also can't pass through GPU to Windows 10 VM. Ryzen 7 2700 Asus PRIME B40M-A/CSM version 1201 (can't downgrade, there was an update 1607 on 6/25/2019 that I haven't tried yet) unRAID both 6.7.0 and 6.6.7 EVGA GeForce GTX 760
  4. This may be specific to Code Server itself and not this container, but how do we tell VSCode the subdirectory path it's located on in a reverse proxy?
  5. I'm with rm and runraid on this one. I'm still experiencing database corruptions in Plex and restoring from backups daily, with /config on /mnt/disk1/appdata/plex like it has been suggested, on unRAID 6.7.0. This is a difficult problem to isolate, some people on the Plex forums have been discussing it with little progress, but I agree with runraid that it feels like the devs aren't giving this issue the attention it deserves. It's still happening to many people. I only started using unRAID in the past month and I'm still on the trial key. I've been meaning to finally purchase a key but I can't justify it until we figure out what's causing these database corruptions.
  6. Hey, that worked, thank so much! Silly of me not to try the line from the article itself.
  7. I keep getting this warning no matter how I set my ddclient.conf: Setting up watches. Watches established. /config/ddclient.conf MODIFY ddclient has been restarted Setting up watches. Watches established. WARNING: found neither ipv4 nor ipv6 address I'm using Namecheap. I've tried configuring the following ways by uncommenting the Namecheap section (I made no other changes to the default ddclient.conf): ## ## NameCheap (namecheap.com) ## protocol=namecheap server=dynamicdns.park-your-domain.com login=**********.*** password=********** @ ## ## NameCheap (namecheap.com) ## protocol=namecheap, \ server=dynamicdns.park-your-domain.com, \ login=**********.***, \ password=********** \ @ I made no changes to the default linuxserver/ddclient Docker template. I read this article for reference on how to configure ddclient for Namecheap: https://www.namecheap.com/support/knowledgebase/article.aspx/583/11/how-do-i-configure-ddclient
  8. Oh, thanks, my bad. I'm still pretty new to unRAID. GUI support would be nice, though!
  9. +1 I have a Nextcloud setup where I isolate the web app, database, and document server as separate containers/services for security and logical isolation. I just started using unRAID but I didn't realize that docker-compose isn't supported. I think it would make sense for an app Docker template to support several containers (though I understand this means changing the XML schema and further abstracting templates from containers). I also would appreciate greater support for Docker networking, like creating an independent NAT per each compose file, where you can give each container a network-specific hostname, and attach to several NATs. For example, in my Nextcloud compose file I only connect the web app container to the virtual NAT that is exposed publicly.
  10. Hi everyone, I'm currently picking parts for my first unRAID server build. Currently the only parts I have in my hands are an AMD Ryzen 7 2700 CPU, a ASUS B450M-A/CSM MicroATX motherboard, three 3.5" HDDs (specifically a 2TB, a 3TB, and a shucked 10TB Easystore for parity), an EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 (may or may not include this in the build, depends on if it fits, I don't plan to game on this build), and an old Corsair 500W Bronze PSU (though I'm strongly considering not using this and instead getting an EVGA 750W Gold PSU or similar). I'm trying to build a compact and visually appealing mATX server that will sit in a visible place. For drives, I expect to have 3-4x 3.5" HDDs (the ones mentioned before plus one more to expand), 1-2x 2.5" SSDs, and/or 1x NVMe SSD (for cache pool, depends on available deals). I've been eyeing the Bitfenix Prodigy M for a couple months even though it's hard to find available nowadays. Currently it's on Amazon for $102.07 (that includes tax+shipping). I really like the older-Mac-Pro-like appearance, and it seems to support 3-4x 3.5" drives, up to 5x 2.5" drives. I've heard that cable management can be difficult in this case due to the placement of the PSU, and that it's hard to ventilate properly because of the tight space. Is anyone here familiar with this case? I would appreciate any feedback or advice, including other case suggestions for this usage.