frakman1

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  1. UnRaid version: 6.8.3 I have a similar issue. I noticed that the log bar in Dashboard was at 100%. I checked the syslog file and it had this error repeated forever across syslog and syslog.1 and syslog.2: Jan 4 04:54:03 Tower nginx: 2021/01/04 04:54:03 [error] 3115#3115: MEMSTORE:00: can't create shared message for channel /disks Jan 4 04:54:04 Tower nginx: 2021/01/04 04:54:04 [crit] 3115#3115: ngx_slab_alloc() failed: no memory Jan 4 04:54:04 Tower nginx: 2021/01/04 04:54:04 [error] 3115#3115: shpool alloc failed Jan 4 04:54:04 Tower nginx:
  2. @peter_sm Sorry for the dumb question but how do I uninstall it? I installed it via Community Apps. It shows from the install logs that it is installing as a plugin. I see it listed under Settings as "OpenVPN Server TUN mode" When I look under the Installed Plugins page, I don't see it. I only see the OpenVPN Client that I installed a while ago by the same author.
  3. What is this? I didn't know UnRAID had UPS functionality.
  4. @jonathanm Do you recommend a openVPN server or WireGuard? I heard something about WireGuard in recent UnRAID release notes/discussions.
  5. @jonathanmThanks for that. If I enabled a single port to the VPN server, then what? How do I then allow my Plex server to work remotely? How do I allow ssh access to my UnRaid server? Is there additional configuration needed for those ports? If so, where? Thank you
  6. How come fail2ban isn't running natively on UnRaid? Is that possible?
  7. That's not true. I manually installed many of those. The logs confirmed their installation and the respective errors went away after installing them. The contents of /var/lib/pkgtools/packages/ also confirms that they are installed there with the correct timestamps: root@Tower:/tmp# ls -lasth /var/log/packages/ total 1.3M 4.0K -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 3.4K Dec 31 17:40 slackpkg-2.82.1-noarch-3 0 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 5.0K Dec 31 17:40 ./ 4.0K -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 1.1K Dec 29 21:55 netcat-openbsd-1.217_1-x86_64-1_SBo 12K -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 9.0K Dec 29 21:55 libbsd-0.10.0-x86
  8. When trying to connect to UNRAID via ssh, after entering my password, I would keep getting the error that I have to use a version of netcat (nc) that supports the -U option. Well, with the help of a Slackware 14.2 VM and the build instructions from @kode54 I was able to build the necessary components and install them. (I couldn't get it to compile on the UNRAID server itself despite installing the Dev Pack.) Anyway, here are the two pre-compiled packages in case you want them. They work on my 6.8.3 version of UNRAID. libbsd-0.10.0-x86_64-1_SBo.tgznetcat-open
  9. I didn't install every single one. I installed the packages as they were needed while compiling. So if it complained about a package missing, I installed it. I did install glibc though. See screenshot for all installed packages.
  10. What do I need to install to get past this missing header error? root@Tower:/tmp/buildnc/netcat-openbsd# ./netcat-openbsd.SlackBuild netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/ netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/Makefile netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/README.md netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/atomicio.c netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/atomicio.h netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/changelog netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/copyright netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/nc.1 netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/netcat.c netcat-openbsd-1.217-1/socks.c cc -O2 -fPIC -DNETCAT_VERSION="\"1.217_1\"" -c netcat.c -o netcat.o netcat.c:37:10: fatal error: sys/types.h: No such file or directory 37
  11. It turned out that I had to use {default} instead of {current} to make it go into safe mode properly. bcdedit /set {default} safeboot minimal The way to know which one to look at the output of bcdedit Once I did that and rebooted, it went ito Safemode after complaining about an update failing and that it was undoing changes. It did that a second time after rebooting. Finally, it booted into Windows in SafeMode. I then ran msconfig and turned off SafeMode, rebooted and it worked normally again. Phew! This link was helpful in getting things workin
  12. I loaded the viostor driver like this: Then used dism to inject the driver into the windows installation I tried rebooting here but nothing changed. So I went back and redid the above steps then used bcdedit to make it go to safemode bcdedit /set {current} safeboot minimal But that didn't change anything after a reboot (or choosing "continue to boot from Windows 10") either. I also tried without the {current} string: bcdedit /set safeboot minimal I am out of ideas at this point.
  13. So my Windows 10 VM has been working fine for months. I recently went in and enabled the Sandbox option via the "Turn Windows features on or off" menu in Control Panel Settings. After a required reboot, the VM now refuses to boot and is stuck in the bootup screen. After rebooting a few times, it goes into "Preparing Automatic Repair" I went into the Repair options page but nothing worked. "System Restore" option wouldn't even recognize a windows installation. Under "Command Prompt", I could see the drive with the Windows installation
  14. Is there any plan to introduce this? From what I understand, the docker run command supports this easily with something like: docker run -p 7000-8000:7000-8000 but it doesn't sound like the docker template in Unraid allows me to do this.
  15. I followed the MacInABox video and created my Mojave VM that way. However, I have the same problem as the OP with not being able to get Docker to run in the VM. I tried enabling Virtualization (from this post) in UnRaid using the boot config parameter kvm-intel.nested=1 and adding this to the VM's xml file under <cpu> <feature policy='require' name='vmx'/> but couldn't get it to work. My Settings: UNRAID: 6.8.3 CPU: Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2630 v2 @2.60GHz UNRAID kvm_intel setting # cat /sys/module/kvm_intel/parameters/nested Y UNRAID
  16. I have the opposite problem. I can login via the WebUI with my password but it won't let me login with that password via SSH from its Terminal (if I do ssh root@localhost). root@Tower:~# ssh localhost root@localhost's password: Permission denied, please try again. I recently setup passwordless SSH and added my key to /root/.ssh/authorized_keys. Althought I can SSH remotely without a password, I still get asked for a password if I try to set up a ssh tunnel from a remote PC like this: $sudo ssh -fNL 127.0.0.2:58846:localhost:58846 <unraid-ip> The authenticity of host '&
  17. Very nice. I was just concerned with the state of the container that's all. Wasn't sure if it was meant to remain "Up" or if it should "Exit". Maybe you can include that in the Description to remove any doubt.
  18. @ich777 Is the "Pushover-On-Start" container supposed to exit as soon as it finishes the startsup and sending of the notification?
  19. I found a different workaround. Rather than trying to enable the HTTP REST API by changing the dockerd statup option, I decided to use the built-in feature of the docker client to use the ssh protocol to access a remote docker server. This requires that you've already setup public/private key ssh access to your UnRAID server (details here) Once that is working, I can just run this from my client: $docker -H ssh://root@tower:22 ps CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND CREATED STATUS PORTS blahh blah
  20. For those of you who followed these instructions but still get prompted for a password, I found that I had to change the permissions in the /root/.ssh folder to make the ssh server happy. It doesn't complain loudly so I had to look at /var/log/syslog to find the error. Run this on the UnRAID server to fix your file permissions. It will do the "right" thing: chmod -R -v g-rwx,o-rwx /root/.ssh Also, if you need to restart the ssh server, do this: /etc/rc.d/rc.sshd restart
  21. OK. I found the bulk of it here: /etc/rc.d/rc.docker and some config options here: /boot/config/docker.cfg No mention of any IP port binding though
  22. I read that the docker daemon has to be bound to an IP/port socket like this: /usr/bin/dockerd -H fd:// -H tcp://0.0.0.0:2376 Can someone point me to where the docker config/startup files are?
  23. I found the following ports using netstat but they don't look like the standard port numbers mentioned in the documentation (port 2375) and they are all ipv6. @Squid Any ideas how to access the REST API remotely? # netstat -tulpn | grep LISTEN | grep docker tcp6 0 0 :::6090 :::* LISTEN 20241/docker-proxy tcp6 0 0 :::8112 :::* LISTEN 19128/docker-proxy tcp6 0 0 :::8118 :::* LISTEN 19115/docker-proxy tcp6 0
  24. OK. I found something that works here. Installed it like this and it worked. # wget http://slackware.cs.utah.edu/pub/slackware/slackware64-14.2/slackware64/n/net-tools-1.60.20120726git-x86_64-1.txz # upgradepkg --install-new net-tools-1.60.20120726git-x86_64-1.txz