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  1. I've been having a problem lately that the Minecraft server itself shuts down on its own, citing: [Server thread/WARN] [net.minecraft.server.MinecraftServer/]: Can't keep up! Is the server overloaded? Running 384316ms or 7686 ticks behind I'm running a Ryzen 5 2600X w/ 32GB RAM. I've even tried running the MineOS docker on dedicated CPU threads thinking that might be the issue but no luck. Any help is keeping the server running?
  2. Is there a way to view the query log by device (either MAC or IP)? My kids are getting older and while I mostly trust them, I would like the option to view sites they go to on their devices.
  3. Long story summarized: parity of cache drive failed and locked the machine on boot (mobo logo). Had to disconnect it to get Unraid to load. Cache drive was then in read only mode. After some troubleshooting I backed up the cache drive, formatted it, and moved the files back. Everything worked fine but under Docker it said I should rebuild docker image since it was corrupt. So I removed and rebuilt the docker image using previous installed apps. Now I can't get into any of my dockers via IP:port or subdomain. I get ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED. Any help resolving this issue? I'd like to g
  4. Hmm... not sure where the problem is then. I've disabled all plugins and removed all custom code from .htaccess so it should be working. Thanks for helping narrow down the problem.
  5. From the VM I get: * Rebuilt URL to: http://192.168.50.108/ * Trying 192.168.50.108... * TCP_NODELAY set * Connected to 192.168.50.108 (192.168.50.108) port 80 (#0) > GET / HTTP/1.1 > Host: 192.168.50.108 > User-Agent: curl/7.58.0 > Accept: */* > < HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently < Server: nginx < Date: Thu, 29 Oct 2020 01:25:31 GMT < Content-Type: text/html; charset=UTF-8 < Content-Length: 0 < Connection: keep-alive < X-UA-Compatible: IE=edge < X-Redirect-By: WordPress < Location: https://marcbuhmann.com/
  6. Removed but I'm still getting the too many redirects error.
  7. Here are the three tabs I've filled stuff out in, nothing in Advanced
  8. For the domain I'm having trouble with or the docker itself?
  9. I've attached what I think you're looking for.
  10. If you'd like to see what I'm seeing the URL is here. I do see quite a few 301 in the Network list under Developer Tools, not sure how to read it though. Right now I have it pointing from NginxProxyManager to my Ubuntu VM which has VestaCP installed.
  11. Accessing via IP+port does work albeit site site is broken; several images won't display. Network tab doesn't show anything questionable, at least to my layman eyes.
  12. If you're talking about the DNS I use at home it's NextDNS. As for the host file, are you talking about in the NginxProxyManager docker, the WP docker, or the VM?
  13. For my Unraid dockers, I have a domain registered through Namecheap. Namecheap points to Cloudflare where I use CNAME's to point the subdomains to DuckDNS and that then points to NginxProxyManager on Unraid. NginxProxyManager then points to the IP of Unraid + the docker port. (eg. Nextcloud, Tautulli, etc.) These all work flawlessly. For other domains (not subdomains) I've tried several set ups. They're registered through Namecheap, Namecheap points to Cloudflare where I use a CNAME to point to DuckDNS that then points to NginxProxyManager on Unraid. This is where I've tried severa
  14. So I decided to cut out the VM and try setting up Wordpress in dockers instead. Doing it this way everything is passed through exactly like my subdomains: Namecheap --> Cloudflare --> NginxProxyManager. I figured doing this would make it works since I have no issues with my subdomain dockers. Wrong... I'm still getting too many redirects. So I'm stumped, does anyone have an ideas how to resolve this? Very much appreciated.
  15. I'm hoping someone can give me a hand with a problem. I'm using NginxProxyManager with Cloudflare and DuckDNS for several dockers which all work fine. However, I also have an Ubuntu VM running with a couple of Wordpress sites and a Mastodon instance with it's own dedicated IP. Regardless if I send the domains directly to DuckDNS or send to Cloudflare first, I can't get the sites to load. I always get a too many redirects error. On the Ubuntu server I have VestaCP installed because I let a friend control his own domains. Regardless, I'm not sure what is causing the error. I've tried