drawmonster

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  1. Well, I thought I had figured out my issue, but I'm getting timeouts and webgui freezes with private tracker torrents now as well. But I did get an error message in container logs now, finally. 2020-02-18 18:37:07,030 DEBG 'rutorrent-script' stderr output: 2020/02/18 18:37:07 [error] 687#687: *212 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading response header from upstream, client: 172.18.0.1, server: localhost, request: "POST /RPC2 HTTP/1.1", upstream: "scgi://127.0.0.1:5000", host: "192.168.1.227:9080" Anyone seen this one before?
  2. There are some fixes in those topics I linked too about the GUI freezing up on public torrents. Is it possible to use those on this container? Maybe from the command line or something? @binhex Also, anyone else reading this, are you able to use public torrents without the GUI freezing up constantly? I can recreate my issue very easily by adding any Linux iso torrent using the RARBG trackers. Upon adding, the GUI will quickly start becoming unresponsive. Trying to refresh it will hang and load for a few seconds or minutes or longer. Removing the torrent fixes the issue instantly. Curio
  3. I'm not having any luck searching this thread for the answer I need. Basically, got everything up and running fine. VPN works. GUI works. But as soon as I add a single torrent, the GUI starts freezing up and becomes unresponsive. If I refresh the GUI, it will sit on "Loading" for a random amount of time. A couple minutes sometimes, others it never seems to load the GUI at all. Only changes I've made are the listening port to the one specified by my VPN. Is there something simple that I'm not finding in my searches to fix this? Edit: This appears to be rela
  4. You know us. "PANIC, PANIC, FIRE, DEATH, PANIC, BEES!!!"
  5. Completely removing and reinstalling CA also doesn't work.
  6. Same here. MD5 error and no more apps tab.
  7. Got this up and going with my reverse proxy. Got a couple issues though. I can't set a message for services directly. Global works, but messages, for say Plex, just don't appear. Also the time is off for the messages. If I set it for 3 p.m. my time, the message will have a time of 6 p.m. on the main page. Anyone else seeing these issues?
  8. I added an external USB hard drive last night. It’s plugged directly into my Unraid server. The partition is named “Seeding”. Now I’m getting the above messages via email hourly. So it seems like the hard drive is being seen as an SSD possibly. And it’s trying to take SSD related actions on it. I did find and turn off the “discard” option in Unassigned Devices. I then rebooted the server. Still getting the error though. Anyone had this or know how I can fix it?
  9. Just had my certificates expire. Restarted the LE container several times, but it never tried to renew the cert. I also backup my appdata every night, so the container gets restarted nightly. Ended up having to run the renew command manually. I had gotten some emails saying the certificates were set to expire today, but I just assumed that was normal and that they would get renewed automatically. Guess not. cronjob running on Sun Nov 17 02:08:00 CST 2019 Running certbot renew Saving debug log to /var/log/letsencrypt/letsencrypt.log - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
  10. So I've had a two full Unraid crashes/hangs in the last 3 days. I'm not getting any errors or warnings from Unraid and the physical server keeps running. Unraid just hangs. I have to restart the server, and it will come back up and work fine. It will also try to start a parity check after the reboot. Checking the monitor I have hooked up to the physical server at time of the hang/crash just shows Unraid scrolling errors, getting to the root login, then scrolling more errors. It's a loop. Luckily I had my system log mirrored to my other server at the time of this latest crash.
  11. Anyone else getting this error in bottom left corner next to the "Array Started" text? Warning: unlink(/tmp/unassigned.devices/credentials): No such file or directory in /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/unassigned.devices/include/lib.php on line 1088 I'm getting it on two seperate Unraid servers. Started a couple days ago with an update and still happening. unraid2-diagnostics-20191203-1235.zip
  12. Has anyone got Organizr Server Authentication working with NPM? https://docs.organizr.app/books/setup-features/page/serverauth Also, I'm coming from using the Letsencrypt container. For my wordpress site, I just dropped it's folder into the "www" directory to get it going. How does that work with NPM? Thanks.
  13. Yeah, that and mounting/umounting the shares seems to fix them temporarily. Just annoying when trying to process 20k files with a container and it keeps dying half way through due to shares disappearing. Which means that all the progress is loss. I'm most likely going to take both servers back to 6.6.7. Having this issue with 6.8, and have terrible performance and iowait in 6.7.