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  1. Recent update broke my docker. Following error: Any idea how to update the db?
  2. I am going to assume from your answer, that's a no. No worries.
  3. The docker appears to be using a database (PostgreSQL). If so, can mysql docker database be used instead?
  4. Is it possible to use this the mariadb docker container? If so, how?
  5. I would love to get this working with mp4 files, but I am getting a php error when I try to upload. Lychee docs say the app supports *.mp4, but to make sure max upload is set correctly ("increase your upload limits"). Does anyone know how would I accomplish this in the docker?
  6. I have that in mine, but I think it's normal. Now it appears only once at the end of the docker log.
  7. Thanks for this information. I did the docker downgrade and then I had to do a restore of the db (thank god I had a backup). Everything worked. Then updated the repository to latest. Everything seems stable.
  8. Also tried the fix Also getting Cannot connect using phpmyadmin, nextcloud, lychee or anything else that uses the mariadb. Is this thing forked? Ran the following from the docker:
  9. Thanks for updating the thread with new info. I actually solved my problem (fairly recently). I did what it looks like I said I did a year ago and it worked. It may have been an update to CentOS that did it, I don't know. But editing the xml bridge type to e1000-82545em, my NIC showed up and I was able to get an ip address and log in via ssh.
  10. Yeah, sound like we have a similar setup. I have a 10th gen i3 nuc I'm using running windows 10 pro. What kind of latency are you getting? I'm seeing is like a 15 second. But I'm also using wasabi as a storage end point which could be part of the problem, not sure.
  11. I see. I was unclear in my initial question to you. I should have asked what you have obs connecting to, the domain name or the ip address of owncast. I have no issue with remote viewing or access the admin page from the domain name. For me it was always about OBS connecting to owncast. And it appears as if you are using the ip address via rtmp to do that as am I.
  12. Using https my owncast is totally unstable. Is your stream setting in OBS, for example, https://mydomain.com/live or https://mydomain.com:1935?
  13. @alturismo Thanks for the feedback. I am almost certain cloudflare (which apparently now sells a streaming tier) is also involved here somehow. Fortunately I can reach owncast via the local ip address so there is no need for me to take on this task at this time. I was just interested if @Mr_Jay84 was working remotely and if he'd conquered the same problem.