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  1. I think i solved my problem. i had to change the first line from #!/usr/bin/python to #!/usr/bin/python3 I also had to install influxdb in a shell window: pip3 install influxdb Now i'm waiting for the first push to come. If i understand right the script has to be lauched with "&" at the end off the command line in order to run without the window opened. My bad the "run in background" button is huge but i had not seen it. So i started the script with run un background. I also sheduled a run at array startup
  2. Hello, I usually use user script for various backup tasks. For the need of my home automation system i have to run a python script which is intended to listen push on a port. The script can be found here. I have nerdpack plugin installed. When i launch the script i have the following error. How can i install this module ? I thought it was included. Can I launch python script with user script ? How can i make the script running in background ? It needs to listen to push events.
  3. Hello, thank you for this nice docker. I wonder if there is a way to change the path where virt manager stores snapshots or virtual disks For now snapshots go to /var/lib/libvirt/qemu/snapshot and when creating a new vm the virtual disk goes into /var/lib/libvirt. The problem is that these paths are not persistent across a reboot. I'd like to keep all that stuff under /mnt/cache/domains.
  4. will try that. I was thinking perhaps it could be an option of libvirt as the docker relies on libvirt commands.
  5. Last week i had a bad experience with virt manager. I created a vm and did not pay attention to the path of the image file. It was stored in /var/lib/libvirt which is not persistent so i lost my vm. I'm converting all my vms to qcow2 to be able to take snapshots (very convenient before upgrading a server). Unfortunately unraid can not manage snapshots with a gui. So i use virt manager (docker) or Webvirtmgr (docker). But when i take a snapshot it goes to /var/li/libvirt/qemu/snapshot. There is no setting in virt manager to change the path of the snapshot. Ideally i'd like to put the snapshots in /mnt/cache/domains/myvm which is persistent. But i don't know where to configure that. I've seen no option in libvirtd.conf or qemu.conf.
  6. Hello, i have an opportunity to grab a couple of DX800 sonnet storage enclosure at a good price. As it come with the atto R380 raid card i guess it's a 3Gb/s version. It seems to me that it's pretty standard sas stuff so i will be able to use it with a lsi hba. There is an expander inside the enclosure but no clue about the chip used by the expander. Is there someone here who knows more about that ?
  7. Installed this in 6.7. I upgraded to 6.7.2. I was unable to update plugin. It was stuck on splashscreen. I used the script to update files on flash. It's working in version 6.7.2 but when i go to the plugin page i only show the splashscreen.
  8. Is there any option to deal with accented characters ? I can't import files with accents or from a folder with a name with accents.
  9. DDR3 is quite cheap i went with 128GB (8x8 + 16x4). I have not finished configuring unraid but for now using less than 24GB with 34 dockers and 4 vms. I probably could use a tmpfs in ram too.
  10. +1 with snapshot management and correctly editing xml files of vm unraid would become much more user friendly.
  11. depends on the importance of your vms and containers The spinners in the array (1 or 2 for parity it's up to you) I would make a cache pool with the 2 850 pro. Till here that's what i made for my server. I don't have the need to add a nvme ssd. If i had a high i/o demanding vm i'll probably run it from a nvme as unassigned drive with a daily backup on the array.
  12. it looks like a dns problem perhaps with your router and upstream dns server.
  13. yes the synology option is expensive but the size is ideal, i prefer hotswap cage and i probably will take time to find a used one. If i'd find a case that meets my needs i'd be very happy to build my own expansion unit. To be clear i'm not happy to buy another synology box as i plan to remove my ds1815+ from my shelf.
  14. My unraid server sits in a hp Z620 workstation. I have 2 parity and 1 data drive in the internals bays. In the 2 5,25" external bays i threw a 3x3,5" cage for data drives I also have a pci-e bracket which old 2 sata m2 drives. I only have room left for 1 m2 nvme ssd. Finally i have 4 data drives. I'd like to use some drives from machines i will soon stop cause replacing them with unraid. Expanding storage with dell md1200 or similar is not an option for me as i can't use rackmount server due to depth. So i don't have many options as i don't consider using usb enclosure Building my own storage expansion unit is hard when it comes to source case and backplane (i'm in france) So it leaves me with the option of using a desktop expansion unit from synology like the DX1215. First question: can you use a dx1215 with an hba from lsi or other brand than synology? it seems to me that it uses a standard sas port with an expander. and second : Which one could you use with unraid ?
  15. i think i have the most commons containers used here i have: pihole letsencrypt HDDTemp Grafana - Influxd - telegraf heimdall Portainer homebridge unifi-controller UniFi-Video tvheadend - plex - tautulli - ombi nextcloud - mariadb - onlyofficedocumentserver - phpmyadmin calibre sabnzbd - radarr - bazarr -lidarr - lazylibrarian - hydra2 - sonarr binhex-krusader QDirStat MediaInfo DiskSpeed HandBrake Virt-Manager I'd like to have an interface in unraid to manage stacks. i also have 3 vm running and some others i need from time to time.