Rudeboy42

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  1. New user here, can someone point me to a install doc or provide some steps on how to install? I'm thinking I need to pre-install MariaDB and PHP or something else before I can even get WP to work. Just not sure and don't want to muck up my server.
  2. Like @rctneil, I too run Mover regularly and have a cache drive. but I still see lots of file and folders in the cache drive that haven't moved in months. What do I do if I find files that are still there?
  3. Just checked the Plex forum and a new build has been posted: How long before we see "binhex/arch-pass" update?
  4. Just wondering, by "rolling back" you mean you uninstalled and reinstalled the binhex docker? why did you have to rebuild the library? Should a restore of the database do that?
  5. Looks like the latest Plex update broke the settings page. Plex Plug-in [com.plexapp.system]: error while loading shared libraries: libpython2.7.so.1.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Running Binhex/arch-plexpass 1.16.6.1559-1-01. All settings pages display "Server settings are unavailable." However, the server itself works. Plex.tv is aware.
  6. Here's what I've done since last post: 1. figured out how to view the syslog: "cat /var/log/syslog". The obvious "connect() to unix:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock failed" jumped out at me immediately so I focused on that. 2. G.Search turned up several how-to's on /killing/restarting php5-fpm. nothing I did worked. Couldn't find anything in the unRaid forums on how to do this in unRaid either except to reboot. 3. tried to restart nginx using this command; "/etc/rc.d/rc.nginx restart", no luck there either. Finally, I hit the panic button. Tried to do a clean reboot and it just sat there so after 30 minutes I finally just mashed the power button. Of course, unclean shutdown and parity-check. Next time it happens, I know now to run the "diangnostic" before.
  7. I am having the same issue. Running the latest build and suddenly after 4 days of running smoothly, I'm getting the "502 Gateway" error when I open the GUI. Trying to follow this nginx beginners guid and no luck. I've tried: 1. kill -s QUIT (PID) 2. nginx -s quit 3. nginx -s reload 4. just plain nginx No luck. This is the second time this has happened in about 3 weeks. I really don't want to resort to rebooting and would like to understand this OS more but I'm about to toss up my hands.