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  1. Hey all! I have been working on getting CodiMD, a real-time collaboration tool for creating documents in Markdown, up and running. I've had it running no problem in the past, but the default configuration for that allowed anyone with access to the server to create an account and add/edit documents. There's a way to allow CodiMD to login via OAuth2, so I set that up using Nextcloud. I followed the instructions from CodiMD's Configuration Guide and their Nextcloud setup guide, but it seems the containers are unable to communicate with each other for the token exchange. What happens is Codi directs me to the NC auth site, then I confirm/allow Codi access to my NC account, then it directs me back to CodiMD and gives me an Internal Server Error 500. I have no clue how to correct this, and I've asked the CodiMD developers for help. We were able to determine that this appears to be an issue with Docker communication between the containers, because I'm unable to curl the public-facing URLs for either service from the docker terminal. It could be that my Nginx Proxy Manager isn't allowing the exchange to occur, but I have no idea how to correct that either. Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.
  2. After fiddling around with things and re-imaging the new flash drive, I am consistently getting either LZMA data is corrupt, or the attached screen, where it hangs indefinitely...
  3. So, for a bit of context... I bought a new motherboard, CPU, and RAM, and upgraded my server earlier today. When I did this, I was having trouble getting the old flash drive to boot, so I ran a backup against a new drive assuming I'd just switch the keys over once everything was up and running. The server booted to the new drive exactly as expected, but I left all the SATA drives unplugged to ensure a smooth transition, I just wanted to make sure UnRAID would boot. Then, I had a bit of hardware changes to make, including plugged the SATA drives in, and now I cannot boot to the new (or old) flash drive. Every time I try to boot to either drive I get "LZMA data is corrupt". If I boot via UEFI, it just hangs at "Loading /bzroot...", but if I boot via legacy it get just past that like (add the "ok" at the end) and then tells me about the LZMA data corruption and then "-- System halted". I wouldn't mind starting UnRAID from scratch, provided I can transfer my Docker containers and the raw data / parity over without delays/issues, but right now I'm at a total standstill. Any help is greatly appreciated. For troubleshooting, I'm back to having no storage devices attached except for the flash drives.
  4. Awesome, thanks! I'll give that a try tomorrow. As for the RAM concern, I don't feel like that would be the issue, since I have 12Gb of RAM and the in-use RAM is usually hovering around 15-20%.
  5. This has been the case since the first 6.7 release was available. When I attempt to upgrade to anything beyond 6.6.7, UnRAID acts like the update was successful and tells me to reboot. When I select 'reboot', it restarts but never comes back to the interface and the machine drops off the network. This is the second time this has happened with the same machine (first was months ago with 6.7, now it happened again when I tried to update to 6.7.2). The only solution I've found is to download 6.6.7 again and push bz* to the flash drive from my laptop, then boot the machine again from the flash drive... Any help with continuing with updates beyond 6.6.7 would be greatly appreciated.
  6. Reading through the readme, I thought it said the container would not work without setting up your own config file. After getting the "internal error" from attempting to create an SSL cert, I assumed that was a potential cause. I did. When I browsed to the DDNS link, it shows the "Congratulations" site indicating Nginx is working and accessible. I see this congrats page, even though I have NPM set to direct this DuckDNS subdomain to one of my Docker apps (Ombi, this time, if that makes a difference). I am. For the sake of simplifying this whole thing, I've gone with ports 80 and 443 directly, and I've ordered my router to point those ports to my unraid server. See above (yes). Thanks for your help!
  7. I'm definitely missing something here... So, I've installed NPM using the CA option in Unraid, and then I copied the config.json into /mnt/user/appdata/NginxProxyManager. After that, I went to DuckDNS and set up a new subdomain (e.g. "phishfiSonarr"), then in NPM I added phishfiSonarr.duckdns.org and pointed it to local.unraid.ip.address (unraid's IP address on my internal network, port 8989 (Sonarr default). I went without an access list or SSL setting just to get it working first, but nothing's showing up (when I click/browse to phishfiSonarr.duckdns.org, it times out). Please let me know what I'm missing. Based on all the other comments, it's clear I must be missing something easy here, but I read through the readme, all the comments, and the issues on Github and I'm stuck. Thanks!