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  1. The screenshot has the destination down as /transcoding, is that a typo in the text with ?
  2. Managed to get ports tunneled from the outside to my servers/dockers. Using SSH remote port forwarding. Now in the process of automating everything and getting reverse proxy setup again including certificates. If there is interest from others, I would be happy to write up a little howto once everything is up and running.
  3. For preparation, I rented an external virtual server with a public IP address. Locally I configured a VM with pfSense. pfSense is up and working, standard NAT and test clients can access the Internet. How to proceed from here? Looking for help, tutorials, documentation here. Can pfSense connect to the external Server with SSH and could I forward all ports from external to the WAN interface of pfSense?
  4. @bilinz I'm using: #!/bin/bash mkdir /tmp/PlexRamScratch chmod -R 777 /tmp/PlexRamScratch mount -t tmpfs -o size=4g tmpfs /tmp/PlexRamScratch
  5. @AinzOolGown & @cesman Did you try piping the passphrase via textfile?
  6. @itimpi Certainly, a good idea. Also looked at https://www.zerotier.com/ (there is a docker template for UNRAID). Hope to find UNRAID Community members with tested solutions in place. With ipv6, ISPs blocking 443 and more, surely there is some demand.
  7. Looking for the best way, using a fixed ip address of an external located Server, to access services on an UNRAID Server. The UNRAID Server in question is unfortunately behind a double NAT without any way forwarding ports.
  8. Managed to get access to the lost data. Hope this little workflow helps the next person this might be happening to. So, after a system lockup and a hard rest, one of my data drives in the array showed up without any partition or data. The drive was part of an array with xfs-encrypted drives. There was no parity drive. (No risk for me, as I have plenty backups) Use the following method at your own risk. Always have backups, there is no substitute. The drive in question needs to be outside the array or the array needs to be stopped. My drive was outside the ar
  9. Already checked that. Unless I overlocked it (if so, please point me to the correct block), there is no entry for fixing xfs - encrypted. Searching the entire wiki page for encrypted or luks provides no hits. First I need to recover the LUKS entries. Only than can I use xfs_repair.
  10. No paritiy on the old server, therefore no rebuilt. New server setup, different Hardware. First thing I tested was different hardware and controllers. All hardware checked OK. Drive is also OK. I did not loose anything. Still a single drive which I would like to start a non destructive look onto. Since I can't loose anything on the drive, nothing can go wrong.
  11. As stated in the original post, "Restored the server and got everything running again. So far so good." So, we are just talking about a single drive which used to be part of an array that does not exist anymore. I'm greatful about your and the forum communities help. If any specifics about the drive is needed, let me know, however that should make no difference on the recover. The drive is in very good shape, no defekt oder strange noises. It is still under a 5 year data recovery option from seagate. But rather than having it travel for several month (that's how long an
  12. Thanks @trurl for the quick response. I'm not looking at fixing one of my unraid servers, so a Diagnostics will do no good. Far too much personal info in it. What I am looking for is advice on how to go about checking for a lost partition table on an xfs - enxrypted drive. Password is known. So how to use cryptsetup and xfs_repair commands. Further disk info and smart status are no problem, although they won't change the way to possibly recover information from the drive.
  13. A drive wouldn’t mount via UD, so I went to shutdown the server. After it wouldn’t power off by itself for over 4 hours, I had to hard shutdown the server. Upon restart, one of the array drives had no partition anymore. All drives in the array were encrypted. Filesystem was xfs – encrypted. Restored the server and got everything running again. So far so good. The drive with the lost partition is still as is. Now I would like to try and recover it, if possible. It would give me a chance to see if there are files that were newer than from the backup. The drive
  14. Thanks to @Hoopster Reminder to RTFM, I now have Plex transcoding to the RAM disk.
  15. /config/transcode seems to translate to /transcode within the root of the docker directory in appdata. In my case (which should be standard) /mnt/user/appdata/binhex-plexpass/transcode.