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  1. Hi all, I have syncthing installed and working, but do have a couple of "best practice" questions. Not specifically Linuxserver related, but definitely Unraid related! I am syncing a large photo directory between Mac and Unraid. Does anyone have any suggested (recommended) settings for: 1. Full rescan interval 2. Watch for changes I assume (2) should be on for both Mac and Unraid. I presume setting (1) to something bigger like 24 hours would be suitable for Unraid so as not to keep spinning up drives. I've search
  2. Thanks for the suggestions. I went through the list but still no dice I'm afraid. Unfortunately I really don't want to use bridge mode. It has caused problems with the UniFi USG router in the past and since segregating internet connection and routing the set-up has been working flawlessly. Additionally my modem/router has to hold open a VPN to tunnel through CGNAT and provide a fixed IP address. Here in the UK our fixed internet is so poor I finally gave up and now use 4G exclusively, crazy as I'm only 25 miles outside the M25. Look like I need to have yet another go, starting from s
  3. Anyone able to shed any light or offer any suggestions on my connectivity issue?
  4. Same problem, but iOS client. The handshake just keeps on retrying. I have a UniFi USG with port forwarded as suggested in the blog. I do however have an upstream router (used as modem only) with its DMZ set to the UniFi USG. Any help appreciated Local server configuration [Interface] #Unraid VPN PrivateKey=***= Address=10.253.0.1 ListenPort=51820 PostUp=logger -t wireguard 'Tunnel WireGuard-wg0 started' PostUp=iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -s 10.253.0.0/24 -o br0 -j MASQUERADE PostDown=logger -t wireguard 'Tunnel WireGuard-wg0
  5. Can I just say “thank you” for such a useful application. I’ve been having terrible problems with my home broadband (aka it’s been down 5 weeks!) and is flaky when it worked. I’ve therefore been trying a 4G router (and vpn to get around CGNAT) and your app has been crucial in determining if this was a valid solution. BTW as a Zend Framework/PHP/JavaScript/JQuery developer I’m intrigued by Laravel/React so your app looks an interesting one to peek at
  6. Hi all. This plug has been working great for years, but I see today the results have all vanished and when I try to run a test I get an error. Screen-shots attached. I have tried removing and re-installing the plugin. Anyone know what this might be?
  7. This, along with re-enabling the built in telegraf apcupsd worked great. Thank you all.
  8. Agree. I've aware of the security measure (read lots about it on this forum) and why it is as it is. Still, it's a pain because I'm mixing types of dockers which is where I'm falling foul.
  9. I did see this, but assumed it wasn't implemented fully as I couldn't see any way to determine if it was passing data and if so in to what variable. I'll research more as this might be the answer - thanks. I also found a plug-in for telegraf that calls a python script but unfortunately that didn't work as python is not included with the docker.
  10. Hi all, I think I've hit a bit of a brick wall trying to get monitoring/graphing set-up and I think what I am trying to achieve may not be possible, at least not in the way I'm approaching it. I am using: Grafana docker (to graph stuff) InfluxDB docker (db to store data) UniFi Poller docker (poll Unifi Controller and push data to InfluxDB) Telegraf docker (poll UnRAID and send data to InfluxDB) Apcupsd-influxdb-exporter docker (read APCUPSD UPS data and send to Influx DB) Now, I have all but Apcupsd-influxdb-exporter working
  11. I've been trying a number of options to shrink .ts recorded stuff and all have been too complicated, slow or clunky. Recordings-autoconverter is working beautifully. Thanks
  12. Hi all, I’ve recently built my first UnRAID server, which went well but I have question regarding how I’ve powered the hard drives. Better safe than sorry, so though I’d ask here. My build uses the Corsair SF450 Platinum PSU. I want to power 6 x SATA (at least for now). I have the SATA power from the PSU connected to four drives using the included cable. Additionally I have 2 x 2 way SATA splitter on two of the connectors in order to give me a total of 6. There are no further SATA power sockets on the PSU. I also have the Molex socket
  13. Thanks I hadn't even considered that. I mounted the SF PSU on its adapter plate (the platinum came with one) so it is flush against the bottom of the case against the air intake. I could rotate the adapter so the PSU has space underneath. I wasn't sure if it was better flush or not. Running two SATA power cables in the way you describe would work really well with the flip-orientation the bays hold the drives. Currently I've all six from a single connection on the PSU, as the others are taken. I could split on one the others though to give me 2 x 3 rather than the 1 x 6 I currently have.
  14. Look what arrived today! 5 hours later.... And UnRAID works perfectly. Plex GPU transcoding is working fine. Everything else appears to be great. I need to move my Cache drive from the old SSD to the new M.2 SSD. I also need to sort out the cable management inside. It's currently a bit of a mess. I found 6 x SATA and power really difficult to fit. So far, so good though. Considering how wrong it all could have gone!
  15. Looks like a nice case, but a lot more expensive and too deep to have the removable bays pointing front (I have limited space).