Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About Nanobug

  • Rank
    Advanced Member
  • Birthday 03/02/1990


  • Gender
  • Location

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Also, can you correct sonarr? It found a TV show called "History 101", which is this show: https://www.thetvdb.com/series/history-101 It thinks its "HIStory", which is a COMPLETELY different show: https://www.thetvdb.com/series/history
  2. Thanks. I just wanted more info on it as well, so I could make a proper decision. It works, somewhat now. I have a bunch of questions though. Does it automatically grab new episodes of lists that I've set it to monitor? And what if I start on a new show, will it automatically start grabbing that as well? What about grabbing a whole season of a show, can it do that?
  3. Hello unRAID community. I've been looking at the things in the title. First of all, I can't decide what's the best use, and I can't find out much about them so I can tell if there's a noticeable difference. So the first question is. What is "best" (I know it's relative) to use? Best for me, is not necessarily the most advanced features. I just need a solution that works. Second questions is. Where can I find a proper guide and/or information to set it up? What I've found so far, doesn't really fulfill a proper setup. Can you help, or point me in the right direction?
  4. Sorry for the late reply, busy day and weekend. That explains it quite well, thank you, testdasi!
  5. Hello unRAID forum. I looked through the documentation, and looked through the forum. But I didn't find anything, I might have searched for the wrong thing, so that might be why. I still didn't found what I was looking for. I have 2 disks in my current unRAID system: A 1 TB drive. A 4 TB drive. The 4 TB drive is at 94 % utilization right now, and the 1 TB drive is at 51 %. It started to fill up the 1 TB drive when the 4 TB drive was around 80 % i think. I've seen or heard somewhere that there is certain percentages it hits before it starts filling up the next drive. So my question is, what are those percentages, and where can I read more about it, and is there a place or thread where I can find more information about unRAID in general?, other than the official documentation?
  6. That sounds really good! How can I hear about it when there's news about it?
  7. So.. The server does not do the transcoding work? It only distributes it to multiple platforms?
  8. If there was a hidden character, and it worked after after adding the comment line, shouldn't the result have been the same then? Another thing, and this is probably on me. Can you make it stream to a remote server? For example: Can my brother send the transcoding work to my server over the internet? I tried port forwarding it, but I wasn't successful with it. I'm not sure how to make it work exactly. Any ideas?
  9. I'm still new to unRAID and Linux in general, so take my response with a grain of salt. All I did to make it work, was using the Wordpress and mariadb docker, so most things are in the Wordpress docker, and it saves it in the mariadb. I don't know what version it's using, but accordingly to WhatRuns (Chrome extension), it's this:
  10. Hello. I just wanted to put a pointer out to people who might need it when they can't get it to work. I've been on this constantly for over 3 hours now. If you're sure your NPM works, then remove mariadb and Wordpress including the files (you can use Krusader for that), then install mariadb and WordPress again. Just take your time to install and configure everything. Write down, or open a text editor and type IP's, ports, usernames, password and database names down, all information you've created in one way or another, and then slowly progress, and you'll get there.
  11. I agree. It makes no sense, but that's how I got it to work.
  12. I found my issue. The blog post said: user nginx; worker_processes auto; rtmp_auto_push on; events {} rtmp { server { listen [::]:1935; chunk_size 4096; application live { live on; record off; push 'rtmp://live-atl.twitch.tv/app/<yourTwitchStreamKey>'; } } } But the picture had this: user nginx; worker_processes auto; rtmp_auto_push on; events {} rtmp { server { listen [::]:1935; # ipv6only=off; chunk_size 4096; application live { live on; record off; push 'rtmp://live-atl.twitch.tv/app/<yourTwitchStreamKey>'; } } } So I had to add this line: # ipv6only=off; before it worked. I don't know if anyone else had the same issue. But this was how I solved it at least.
  13. Is there a place where I can get help with the troubleshooting, or should I just don it here?
  14. Hello unraid people I think I have a bad drive, and no replacement drive for it right now. So I've unplugged it (both sata and power) and now I can't start the array. I'm unsure of how to do it. Can you tell me, or link me something so I can figure it out? - I tried look at Spaceinvader One's videos, since he's my go to guy on unraid, but I can't seem to find anything regarding this.
  15. Good morning (I'm from Europe) I haven't changed any config files or anything, since I wanted the sever to go online first. It shows this on my servers when I try to find it: Does it mean it's online? I've only used the default port for now. Does it mean, if I change the port, I need to set it all up again, and not just restart the server?