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  1. What happen to this plugin? I got a notice is was being deprecated so I uninstalled. Looked like crap so I was going to just reinstall not in the CA anymore. Where can I get it?
  2. Squid you beat me to it, I had a Duh moment. I caught it right before you posted.. Thanks again..
  3. Squid I am still having this Cache Drive not enable error. I am reposting my diag file for some help. Thanks
  4. I was able to make a container for Traccar server that is posted on the Docker Hub but it did not add any files to the container. Now I can got to the docker hub and pull down the files but since I am not a docker expert is it possible to put the files in to the container manually? Or best can someone build a docker for the Traccar Server to host it locally? This would be great device tracker for Home Assistant. Just a thought
  5. I was just reviewing videos on docker when I saw that it had advance features on the docker.img settings. I was a bit concern that I dorked all this up by just leaving it so all the containers point to the host IP Is it better to put the dockers on their own IP subnet like this topic talks about? Is that the best practice so each devices created in the docker containers gets its own IP address? So if I have two NIC cards what is the best way to utilize them to work best with using Dockers? I was looking at doing maybe some VM in the future. Currently my UnRAID has one IP on one N
  6. Yes correct I have a flat network without VLAN's (switches do not support it). Maybe tying the NIC together for load balancing may help giving it one IP as the host. It is not a problem now with the dockers using the one NIC I just wanted to keep traffic from beating that one up the entire time. Mainly I am looking for the optimal way to use both NICs in the system to support the dockers. Attached is the dockers I am currently running and yes you are right some are host and some are bridged. I am not that knowledgeable on dockers as of yet so I was just going off the default settings for most.
  7. So even with two NICs it is not possible to split the two sections of docker? I would prefer all traffic to flood one NIC so what your best advise if you have two NICs installed? I remember you saying in another post you had two NICs what would be the best optimization for just dockers no VMs?
  8. Question to add to this. If I have two NICs with two IPs, one for each NIC how can I separate say Plex docker on one IP and say Home Assitant, MQTT, and HA supported dockers on the other NIC? So in theory I would like to keep all Plex, Tautulli, and Ombi traffic through one card and all home automation to the other card? Is it possible or would it be best to divided it like the begin post suggests?
  9. Ah! Not sure on why they are there.
  10. Yeah that is what I saw after I shutdown the dockers it just stopped filling up. Before that it was notifying about every minute after 70% full that it was getting more full. It got to 98% when I decided to shut down the dockers for a few to make sure it was not one of the new dockers I installed. So far it seems to have stopped. It ran all night without any issues but I would still love to know what happened.
  11. At the time only a two Media share for Plex and the other is a Music Share. I have an Ebook share but it has nothing in it at this time. The Camera Backup share was an experiment but its empty and not used. I attached my Share directories to this post. I checked them all but did not find those .cfg files. Am I setting the Shares up wrong? I was not sure about the public / secure / private setting enough to really change them. I would like to keep it all private but did not want to dork up the process since everything is working so good. I also added a pic of the inside of the cache folder.
  12. Well I had a strange thing happen today. I was getting warning notification that the cache was filling up. I was not at home so I could not check it at that moment but it when from 70% full to 98% full in an hour. It normally is barely ever over 5% usage. Once I got home I could not seem to find why it was doing it so I stopped all the dockers and restarted them. That seem to clear the issue out. Checking the logs I got a lot of these errors "Failed to delete conntrack state for invalid argument" under the docker log. I could not figure it out what the issue was so I am attaching m
  13. Yeah everything seems to be set correct. I get the test message but when I generated a test report it seem to do nothing. Not sure what the issue is.
  14. Thanks for information, I saw in the configures you can link the NIC too but I was not 100% sure on using that. I would think it is ok to use two IP addresses connected to a managed switch would do ok. It would assume it is two different systems on the same network. Humm may have to really think this through I just beefed up my system with a new mother board, CPU, and memory got it all working smooth now. I hate to throw a wrench in the works at this point. Thanks again.
  15. Ok I have looked around for an answer for this question but have not found one that seems correct. Can you have more than one NIC in an UnRAID system? Is this advisable to do? Can it load balance traffic or could one docker use that card vise the other? I am just curious since I have one GiG Nic on the system now and I am running Plex for now but would like to add more apps without it taking away from the media streaming. I would like to know if it is a good idea to have more than one NIC in the system or will the system go nuts? Thanks Greg