HalianElf

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  1. You can't auth organizr with itself. Remove the auth_request /auth-0;
  2. That you put some kind of auth in front of it and whatever url it's trying to use is wrong and throwing a 404. You only showed the very top portion of the nginx config so can't help further than that with what you've provided so far.
  3. Version of SWAG is not the issue but I'm not sure why you have it pinned to a specific version instead of latest. That narrows it down to being your SWAG container though and you'll need to check the nginx error log in that and figure out why it's throwing the 500
  4. After updating to 6.9.0-RC1 I'm having issues with routing seemingly related to having VLANs enabled. My setup: Bonded eth0+eth1 - untagged VLAN with DHCP - metric 0 for default gateway (LAN) VLAN 10 - originally had static but also tried DHCP for the hell of it - metric 99 for default gateway (DMZ) BIND_MGMT is set so it's only accessible on the LAN (and my PC is on a different network so it's inaccessible when the route is missing) First boot on 6.9, I had an IP address but no default gateway on the untagged interface. Default route was going out the secondary (DMZ) interface. Tried a reboot, got the same results. This is when I tried setting DHCP on the VLAN as well which also just had the default gateway on the DMZ interface, so rolled back to 6.8.3 where this worked fine. (Routing did work if I added the route in on the RC as well but since it wipes it when you do anything involving networking, that's not really useful) JonP suggested trying a clean network.cfg/network-rules.cfg so removed those and tried reinstalling the RC again. This time I was able to get it routing properly with the one interface. Went into the network settings to set it back up how I had it, enabled VLANs and as soon as I did, lost the IP it had and all routes. tempest-diagnostics-20201212-0012.zip
  5. There's been a bug with the drop downs. May need to toggle it to false and back to true.
  6. Based on a quick look at mine, it looks like all the password are in the cipher table so if that's empty, it's a good possibility... Do you have a backup?
  7. Do you not have one of the apps installed? It caches everything so it's still available if you're offline...
  8. Ease of use for being able to plug in drives and just add them to the array. Was running hardware raid before moving to unraid. Agree with rox on the on the what I'd like to see... custom webhooks to do fancy embeds.