DeathByDentures

Members
  • Posts

    15
  • Joined

About DeathByDentures

  • Birthday 07/20/1987

Converted

  • Gender
    Undisclosed
  • Location
    Austin

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

DeathByDentures's Achievements

Newbie

Newbie (1/14)

1

Reputation

  1. I have everything setup, notification list posted, and users subscribed to shows, but I'm not getting any notifications at all about recently added stuff. My old channel with my tautulli notes is still pinging normally, but I get absolutely nothing from this bot. I'm also having an issue with it properly reporting users as watching. It seems to kinda work for me as the admin, but nothing for any other users. I've linked all the accounts, so I'm not sure what the issue is. Any help would be greatly appreciated! EDIT: I thought it might be an issue with the Tautulli to bot webhook, so I checked the logs. Seems it's sending it some of the time. Half the time I get a webhook notification failure. But it does seem to update the watching role, just very slowly. Still no recently added notifications tho.
  2. Looks like you need libffi Thank you. I was able to install libffi via nerd pack and get my script running. Thanks!
  3. Having a bit of a nightmare just trying to run a python 3 script. I've (re)installed python 3 via nerd tools and pip via terminal but I can't install the future module. I reach out to the team who made the script and according to them, my python3 installation is missing files. I attempted to uninstall python3 and reinstall it, but nerd tools won't uninstall it. I removed nerd tools entirely and reinstalled it, but this did nothing to alleviate my issue. I am on Unraid 6.8.3 using Nerd tools 2019.12.31, Python 3.9.0, and Pip 20.3. When I run 'python3 -m pip install future' or 'pip3 install future' I get the attached error. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  4. I've changed the server_name in each .subdomain.conf file but it still say there is a conflict. I don't understand how since the containers and storage locations have different names. Where else do I need to change it for this subdomain? server { listen 443 ssl; listen [::]:443 ssl; server_name radarr4k.*; EDIT: I have confirmed it's the presence of both sonarr.subdomain.conf and sonarr4k.subdomain.conf that create the error as removing sonarr4k clears the error. I just got it working for ombi no problems. So there is a solution.
  5. I have recently decided to setup separate instances of Radarr and Sonarr exclusively to handle my 4k content. I installed a second docker instance of each and named them radarr4k and sonarr4k respectively. I set the appdata folder to the same name and placed them on my custom dockernet along with the rest of the others and swag itself. I duplicated my old configs for each to save me some time. I then listed a subdomain in my DNS and added the new subdomains to my swag docker settings. Next I duplicated the proxy-configs and saved them under radarr4k.subdomain.conf and sonarr4k.subdomain.conf. I edited the the file to match the new docker name. I'll paste that below. However, after waiting the 48 hours to ensure my DNS entries propagated fully, my subdomains still don't work. I had the same issue a while back with my speedtest docker and subdomain. Is there a step I'm missing? I also have this weird issue where sometimes sonarr4k.mydomain.com forwards to heimdall.mydomain.com even though I haven't had Heimdall installed for a long time. I even ensured I removed the heimdall.subdomain.conf file and dns entries to try and resolve it. Unfortunately that did not work. Finally, after adding the sonarr4k and radarr4k files, I now get this error in swag: nginx: [warn] conflicting server name "radarr.*" on 0.0.0.0:443, ignored nginx: [warn] conflicting server name "sonarr.*" on 0.0.0.0:443, ignored nginx: [warn] conflicting server name "radarr.*" on [::]:443, ignored nginx: [warn] conflicting server name "sonarr.*" on [::]:443, ignored Unraid 6.8.3 I recently migrated to swag from letsencrypt with no issues. The issues described here were also happening in letsencrypt prior to migration. sonarr4k.subdomain.conf EDIT: I should add that my original subdomains for sonarr, radarr, and others still work fine. Just the new ones don't.
  6. Hiya! I'm having an issue with a subdomain.conf file for my docker 'speedtest'. Since there was no template I copied one of the more basic ones and modified it to try and get it to work. Unfortunately that endeavor has failed and here I am. speedtest.subdomain.conf - https://codeshare.io/aJXrME The speedtest docker is the new Openspeedtest docker. Setup with standard config: On custom docker network for letsencrypt. WebUI available at :3001. That's why I put 3001 in the subdomain.conf as I had seen other dockers set similarly in their subdomain.conf files. Thanks for any and all help! EDIT: I was able to resolve my issue with the following speedtest.subdomain.conf file: server { listen 443 ssl; listen [::]:443 ssl; server_name speedtest.*; include /config/nginx/ssl.conf; client_max_body_size 0; location / { include /config/nginx/proxy.conf; resolver 127.0.0.11 valid=30s; set $upstream_app speedtest; set $upstream_port 8080; set $upstream_proto http; proxy_pass $upstream_proto://$upstream_app:$upstream_port; } }
  7. Thank you for posting this! I've had the same issue and this solved it perfectly!
  8. Is there a way to edit a perf-conf file to direct traffic to an external machine? Basically I had this setup and working with my tautulli and Letsencrypt in dockers on my server. I've moved my tautulli installation to an external machine for better tracking and notifications. However, I'd like to forward the traffic that was going to my old docker via tautulli.mydomain.com to my new one on the network. I've got my ports opened up, I tried some basic changes to the tautulli.subdomain.conf, but no luck. I'm not even certain this is possible. But I figured I'd ask! Thanks!
  9. Does anyone have a link to a valid copy of viostor-31-03-2010-floppy.img? The site hosting changed to a .org and none of the old stuff is available. Maybe someone can post and share their copy?
  10. Does anyone have a link to a valid copy of viostor-31-03-2010-floppy.img? The site hosting changed to a .org and none of the old stuff is available. Maybe someone can post and share their copy?
  11. Did you ever figure it out? I'm having a similar issue.
  12. Such a great app! Exactly what I was looking for last week. What great timing! I love all the suggestions here. My suggestion/request would be a graphical percentage output - to match the rest of the dash board. I love having the percentages, but sometimes being able to tell where I stand with a glance is invaluable. Just a thought. Great work! Thanks for all you do!
  13. It's unclear as no listing for this Mobo states that the Dell H310 is the controller for the onboard sas. And I posted this as a comment on a 1 year old thread. I don't consider that crossposting. But yea they are 5400s. oops. lol
  14. Hi everyone! First post! I'm new to Unraid and I've been planning my NAS build for some time. I'm planning to use the GA-7PESH2 mobo with onboard LSI SAS2008 alongside the HP expander. I was planning to dual channel it into the mobo and connect most of my HDDs to the expander.... Then I read that the expander will only negotiate to SATA II speeds at 3GB/s even if the drives are SATA III capable. Should this be cause for concern? I’m planning to use 12 10TB 5400RPM WD Red drives over SATA for my data array and 2 1TB SSDs as my cache array. The cache array will be directly connected to my MOBO over SATA III to ensure the fastest transfer rates possible. Should I be worried about transfer rates if most/all of my data drives are only connecting at 3GB/s? I did check this post: Unfortunately there wasn’t much help there. And I’ve been reading through a bunch of other threads here trying to verify my access speeds, but I’m not quite understanding the math. Let me also mention that I'm planning to link this to my main server over a 10GbE link so I can stream 4k content off of it. Which is why the speed is of such great concern to me. Can any one assist?
  15. Hello everyone! So sorry for posting on an old thread, but it's as close to my issue as I can find. I'm new to Unraid and I've been planning my NAS build for some time. I'm planning to use the GA-7PESH2 mobo with onboard LSI SAS2008 alongside the HP expander. I was planning to dual channel it into the mobo and connect most of my HDDs to the expander.... Then I read that the expander will only negotiate to SATA II speeds at 3GB/s even if the drives are SATA III capable. Should this be cause for concern? I’m planning to use 12 10TB 7200rpm WD Red drives over SATA for my data array and 2 1TB SSDs as my cache array. The cache array will be directly connected to my MOBO over SATA III to ensure the fastest transfer rates possible. Should I be worried about transfer rates if most/all of my data drives are only connecting at 3GB/s? I did check https://forums.unraid.net/topic/41340-satasas-controllers-tested-real-world-max-throughput-during-parity-check/ but there wasn’t much help there. And I’ve been reading though this thread here trying to verify my access speeds, but I’m not quite understanding the math. Let me also mention that I'm planning to link this to my main server over a 10GbE link so I can stream 4k content off of it. Which is why the speed is of such great concern to me. Can any one assist?