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  1. You may need to rework your container parameters, because it looks like you're trying to transfer between two shares. (Although if your host path 2 is /mnt/user you can safely ignore the rest of this paragraph!) This container has a single host path 2 available to configure, which means everything you want to copy from and to needs to be under that host path. So the first step I'd make is assign host path 2 to /mnt/user/media and mkdir /mnt/user/media/downloads/complete as your qbittorrent download directory. Once that's done, the container will have access to both locations it needs. From that point, your bash script can be placed in /mnt/user/media/downloads/myscript.bash or even /mnt/user/media/myscript.bash. It doesn't need to be in the file structure of the container. You can keep it in your shares. Also note that once you change host path 2 to /mnt/user/media, within the container that path becomes /data, so you'll need to tell qbittorrent to execute /data/downloads/myscript.bash or /data/myscript.bash depending on where you put it. Be sure to chmod your script to be executable, then you want an external run-once-download-completes command in qbittorrent that looks like this: /data/myscript.bash %L %F And that script needs to collect the arguments from qbittorrent to run something that looks like this: mkdir -p "/data/%L" && cp -R "%F" $_ Hopefully that gives you enough info to come up with something. 🙂 Good luck! Edit: just one other thought. I provided a command that will create a subdir of that name if it doesn't already exist. If you already have that directory, you probably don't even need a script. Just run this program on completion: cp -R "%F" "/data/%L" This recursively copies the ${full path} of your download into /data/${category}.
  2. Canyouseeme is showing not open. (Btw, so cool you included Privoxy in this -- canyouseeme doesn't let me edit the IP address manually, just the port. But using Privoxy gets me there.) I did notice this in the logs: [info] Application does not require port forwarding or VPN provider is != pia, skipping incoming port assignment Do I have a setting wrong or is this normal for custom vpn types? Thanks again.
  3. Is there an external way to verify it’s working? The qbittorrent logs claim it is, and I’m peaking at speeds of 320+ mbps. If I connect to one of the servers that doesn’t have port forwarding, the qbittorrent logs indicate it can’t use the port. I’m inclined to trust the logs but am just trying to figure out whether I can externally verify it’s working. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I have a VPN (PrivateVPN) that has servers that forwards ports. I've noticed the docker container supports only two VPNs by default. I've set up my container for custom and have gotten it to work, but canyouseeme.org tells me my port isn't forwarded. Is there any way to configure this docker container for port forwarding if I'm using custom VPN type? Thanks.
  5. This error is no longer applicable with the latest qbittorrentvpn version. Thanks, @binhex for the new release! 4.2.0 Missing Files Error Just a heads up in case your torrents status is "Missing Files" after restarting qBittorrent: this is caused by a bug introduced in 4.2.0 when using an incomplete torrents folder (Options->Downloads->Keep incomplete torrents in:). I think the options to fix are either 1. to not use an incomplete torrents folder (may work? not sure, haven't tried it) or 2. downgrade to 4.1.9 by editing the docker container and putting this into the repository field: binhex/arch-qbittorrentvpn:4.1.9-1-01 This bug was fixed in qBittorrent 4.2.1, so when @binhex has a moment to update this docker, it should get fixed. For more details, check out https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/pull/11642 . Btw, thanks @binhex for a wonderful docker. My DL speeds have capped out at 40 MB/sec (around 320 mbps) with this docker, and that's 3-4x what I was getting by running the VPN client and qBittorrent on a Windows VM. The fact that you've included Privoxy is icing on the cake.
  6. Yeah, that works, but I guess I'm wondering -- is the information encrypted by default and the Account Password can unlock it? Is that why "Save" is disabled for that choice?
  7. Hi there, I'm trying to turn on Account Encryption Key Security in the settings, but the Save button is inactive. Is there a way to get this working? Thanks.
  8. I dunno what the best app is and I'm fairly new to Unraid, but my first thought is to try the terminal. If you cd into /mnt/cache, you can run the disk usage command like this: root@Truesource:/mnt/cache# du -h --max-depth=1 5.4G ./system 18G ./appdata 129G ./domains 1.5G ./isos 143G ./Saidar 296G . From there, you can cd into the subdirs and run it again to isolate the problem. Once found, use an rm -r on the problem child directory. Just make sure you actually have any data you're about to delete and want to keep saved elsewhere.
  9. Here's my draft at manual instructions, feel free to use them as a starting point. I just backed up one VM as a test in this case. 1. Stop all VMs. 2. Take a peak at what VMs you're using and where you're backing them up. Here's my config: This means I should be able to find a directory here: /mnt/user/Saidin/backuptest/Forsaken 3. Open a command shell. 4. Now you need to copy your VM vdisk and VM xml to the right location. If you're truly restoring, you'll need to make some directories as well. I'm assuming you're using the default location for domain disks, /domains share. root@Truesource:/# mkdir /mnt/user/domains/Forsaken root@Truesource:/# cp /mnt/user/Saidin/backuptest/Forsaken/20191220_1017_vdisk1.img /mnt/user/domains/Forsaken/vdisk1.img root@Truesource:/# cp /mnt/user/Saidin/backuptest/Forsaken/20191220_1017_Forsaken.xml /etc/libvirt/qemu/Forsaken.xml 5. Start your VM.
  10. Thanks, Squid. I saw you mentioned that in another thread so I appreciate the confirmation that it’s true for my cpu! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. Hi there, My server had an unexpected reboot and when it came back up I was greeted with a notification from Fix Common Problems that looks like this: Your server has detected hardware errors. You should install mcelog via the NerdPack plugin, post your diagnostics and ask for assistance on the unRaid forums. The output of mcelog (if installed) has been logged. I grabbed mcelog from NerdPack and executed it, but it gave me an error: mcelog: ERROR: AMD Processor family 23: mcelog does not support this processor. Please use the edac_mce_amd module instead. NerdPack doesn't seem to have and edac_mce_amd module... any thoughts on what I should execute to get more information on the error? I didn't see any obvious edac errors in the syslog, but I've attached my diagnostics in case anyone can help. Thanks!disk.cfgdisk.cfg truesource-diagnostics-20191219-2243.zip
  12. Great interview! And to this line, "To date, the Unraid community comprises over...," I say thank you, blog poster, for using that word correctly.
  13. @SpencerJ Is there a way to see all of the past digests? I've subscribed to the newsletter and have found your June and July links useful, but would like to catch up on other things I missed.
  14. Oh the full URL... I see now, thanks!
  15. I've just put Tapatalk on my phone, and I'm trying to figure out how to see the Unraid forums using it. I tried searching for Unraid in the app, but got no results. How do I get to the forum from the app? Thanks.