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  1. I have been meaning to fix this for a while, and I just finally decided now was the time. A while ago my server got moved to a new network and as a result has a new IP address (locally and externally). I had already set up an SSL certificate using the awesome let's encrypt support, however, now I find that anytime I go to the page after moving the server, the certificate is categorized as invalid because the address does not match the cert. What is the correct way to basically start from scratch here? I don't think the "Update DNS" button works at all, but I might just not understa
  2. Currently when you create a new Docker image, you are allowed to set the network to one of `bridge`, `host`, `none`, or a custom bridge. I would like to be able to specify another container such as `--net=container:networkmonitor` for instance. Ultimately docker-compose support would be ideal as hand-constructing container networks can be problematic, but this would be a simple add that makes it much easier in the short term.
  3. Hello everyone! Got a Linux VM (Antergos) up and running smoothly on my hardware, so I am a little surprised how many issues Windows has been giving me... I installed the virtio drivers and passed through my NVIDIA Asus GTX 1070 Strix OC 8GB. Before the nvidia drivers, the display was simply 800x600, after it correctly recognized my 3 displays and resolutions. However, I have found that when I open task manager to track down why the entire system feels laggy (with the exception of the cursor when moves as expected) and gets about 5FPS in the Superposition benchmark on m
  4. While the current system is great for the average home network as a media server storing non-critical and non-confidential information on a private network, with a few changes, it could be ready for so much more... Where I'm coming from: I'm new to unraid, and I am a long time Linux-user with widows as a side OS I avoid as much as possible. Currently I've been setting up a VFIO system, and because I won't just be using it to store media but to actually be my daily driver, I have certain security concerns with the current default configurations. The following is a list o
  5. Yes the link was illuminating to see that it is actually using a tmpfs mount or something, however, rephrasing my point to be "it's still in the filesystem" would be more accurate and any user could read it given the permissions. At least, that is where my mind went based on normal unix logic. Since apparently unraid doesn't really support users other than root according to itimpi, this point is moot.
  6. Trying to set up different user accounts, they still would be able to access it with the default permissions--if I am not mistaken.
  7. I am not storing a keyfile. When I enter my keyfile to start the array, Unraid writes the keyfile to `/root/keyfile`.
  8. Hello everyone! Just setup a fully encrypted array and I noticed that by default the keyfile `/root/keyfile` is readable by all users. Wanted to see if maybe I am missing a security setting somewhere or if this is actually the default... I did write a quick user script to run at array startup which simply performs `chmod -R og-rwx /root`.