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Does anyone have a process for automatically saving controller backups?  Has anyone ever had trouble?

 

On the forums it looks like everyone strongly recommends making a backup before even minor controller updates... but this docker updates automatically.  If you stopped it for some reason, it would be automatically updated the next time you start it up.  Any thoughts on how to mitigate the damage?

 

I ask because there's lots of people having their entire controller configs wiped in the upgrade from 4.x to 5.x.  I can handle that now manually, but I'm a little worried it might happen again in the future.

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It's not related to bridge mode. The AP doesn't know where the controller is unless you have your DHCP server specifically set up to issue the controller address as an option in the lease. Normally yo

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Does anyone have a process for automatically saving controller backups?  Has anyone ever had trouble?

 

On the forums it looks like everyone strongly recommends making a backup before even minor controller updates... but this docker updates automatically.  If you stopped it for some reason, it would be automatically updated the next time you start it up.  Any thoughts on how to mitigate the damage?

 

I ask because there's lots of people having their entire controller configs wiped in the upgrade from 4.x to 5.x.  I can handle that now manually, but I'm a little worried it might happen again in the future.

 

Settings ->

Maintenance->

Backup->

Backup Data Retention

 

Is this what you were looking for?

 

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Does anyone have a process for automatically saving controller backups?  Has anyone ever had trouble?

 

On the forums it looks like everyone strongly recommends making a backup before even minor controller updates... but this docker updates automatically.  If you stopped it for some reason, it would be automatically updated the next time you start it up.  Any thoughts on how to mitigate the damage?

 

I ask because there's lots of people having their entire controller configs wiped in the upgrade from 4.x to 5.x.  I can handle that now manually, but I'm a little worried it might happen again in the future.

 

Settings ->

Maintenance->

Backup->

Backup Data Retention

 

Is this what you were looking for?

That controls how much data is in the manual backup you create.

 

This is a little different.  Say your system is running nicely.  Ubiquiti makes an update you didn't notice or didn't know about.  You restart your unRaid box, and when it comes online the newest Unifi version is installed automatically, but that update breaks your setup or erases your settings (which has happened with at least one recent firmware release).  That's not so easy to recover from, because you needed to backup before you even knew there was an update that was going to be installed.

 

I'll just manually backup frequently, but it is a bit concerning.

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Does anyone have a process for automatically saving controller backups?  Has anyone ever had trouble?

 

On the forums it looks like everyone strongly recommends making a backup before even minor controller updates... but this docker updates automatically.  If you stopped it for some reason, it would be automatically updated the next time you start it up.  Any thoughts on how to mitigate the damage?

 

I ask because there's lots of people having their entire controller configs wiped in the upgrade from 4.x to 5.x.  I can handle that now manually, but I'm a little worried it might happen again in the future.

 

Settings ->

Maintenance->

Backup->

Backup Data Retention

 

Is this what you were looking for?

That controls how much data is in the manual backup you create.

 

This is a little different.  Say your system is running nicely.  Ubiquiti makes an update you didn't notice or didn't know about.  You restart your unRaid box, and when it comes online the newest Unifi version is installed automatically, but that update breaks your setup or erases your settings (which has happened with at least one recent firmware release).  That's not so easy to recover from, because you needed to backup before you even knew there was an update that was going to be installed.

 

I'll just manually backup frequently, but it is a bit concerning.

 

the new Beta 5.1.0 has auto backup so it won't be long.

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Sorry but I am having issues getting this. I seem stuck on 4.8.18

 

Restarted and tried force update and I am not pulling the 5.x version. 

 

My container broken or am in doing something wrong

 

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All of the linuxserver.io dockers are gone for the community apps?

 

Did I Miss something?

So they are....

 

I know that ls.io is reorganizing their repositories right now, and I'm sure the apps will be back available shortly.

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All of the linuxserver.io dockers are gone for the community apps?

 

Did I Miss something?

So they are....

 

I know that ls.io is reorganizing their repositories right now, and I'm sure the apps will be back available shortly.

 

Thanks for the info. I took the other unifi docker and put the ls.io info in and it worked.

 

Thanks for the update!

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Sorry but I am having issues getting this. I seem stuck on 4.8.18

 

Restarted and tried force update and I am not pulling the 5.x version. 

 

My container broken or am in doing something wrong

Same thing here, so you're not alone.  Maybe the update is failing. I'll comb through my logs in the morning.

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Sorry but I am having issues getting this. I seem stuck on 4.8.18

 

Restarted and tried force update and I am not pulling the 5.x version. 

 

My container broken or am in doing something wrong

Same thing here, so you're not alone.  Maybe the update is failing. I'll comb through my logs in the morning.

 

Try stopping and starting the docker instead of a restart. 

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That was with stop/start.  I didn't even realize Restart was an option.  Gave that a shot too, no luck with either mechanism.  Looked through the logs as well.  I can see where the server started up, but nothing out of the ordinary in there.

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That was with stop/start.  I didn't even realize Restart was an option.  Gave that a shot too, no luck with either mechanism.  Looked through the logs as well.  I can see where the server started up, but nothing out of the ordinary in there.

 

Can you post the logs of the docker pull and the docker container when it's pulled please.

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That was with stop/start.  I didn't even realize Restart was an option.  Gave that a shot too, no luck with either mechanism.  Looked through the logs as well.  I can see where the server started up, but nothing out of the ordinary in there.

 

Can you post the logs of the docker pull and the docker container when it's pulled please.

I'm not entirely sure how to do that.  I will say that opening the docker item like I was going to edit the container, changing nothing, and then clicking save did seem to get me 5.0.7.  So that worked in getting it upgraded.

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Is it possible to reduce the size of the image you're using for the container icon?  It's massive.

 

My wife says size is important...... but yeah we can reduce the size.  How come you noticed?  Not something I ever pay any attention to myself...

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when i clicked on the dockers tab in webui, unifi logo was loading like 1999.  no biggie, just seems like 128x128 or 256x256 is more than enough.

 

Done.

Thanks!  Love the container BTW, 5.0 has convinced me to invest in some USGs

 

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Hi all,

 

This docker app was working fine on 6.1.9, two days ago I moved to RC 2 and the app does no longer work.

It starts:

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Brought to you by linuxserver.io

We do accept donations at:

https://www.linuxserver.io/donations

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GID/UID

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User uid: 99

User gid: 100

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[cont-init.d] 10-add-user: exited 0.

[cont-init.d] 20-config: executing...

[cont-init.d] 20-config: exited 0.

[cont-init.d] 30-keygen: executing...

[cont-init.d] 30-keygen: exited 0.

[cont-init.d] done.

[services.d] starting services

[services.d] done.

 

That all looks OK to me. However, I cannot access the Unifi webpage.

As soon as the docker start I get the following log entries in my UNRAID log:

 

Jul 21 13:18:55 Unraid kernel: docker0: port 9(vetheca349d) entered forwarding state

Jul 21 13:19:03 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:10 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:10 Unraid kernel: docker0: port 9(vetheca349d) entered forwarding state

Jul 21 13:19:16 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:23 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:29 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:36 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:43 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:50 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:56 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

 

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks

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Hi all,

 

This docker app was working fine on 6.1.9, two days ago I moved to RC 2 and the app does no longer work.

It starts:

_ _ _

| |___| (_) ___

| / __| | |/ _ \

| \__ \ | | (_) |

|_|___/ |_|\___/

|_|

 

Brought to you by linuxserver.io

We do accept donations at:

https://www.linuxserver.io/donations

-------------------------------------

GID/UID

-------------------------------------

User uid: 99

User gid: 100

-------------------------------------

 

[cont-init.d] 10-add-user: exited 0.

[cont-init.d] 20-config: executing...

[cont-init.d] 20-config: exited 0.

[cont-init.d] 30-keygen: executing...

[cont-init.d] 30-keygen: exited 0.

[cont-init.d] done.

[services.d] starting services

[services.d] done.

 

That all looks OK to me. However, I cannot access the Unifi webpage.

As soon as the docker start I get the following log entries in my UNRAID log:

 

Jul 21 13:18:55 Unraid kernel: docker0: port 9(vetheca349d) entered forwarding state

Jul 21 13:19:03 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:10 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:10 Unraid kernel: docker0: port 9(vetheca349d) entered forwarding state

Jul 21 13:19:16 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:23 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:29 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:36 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:43 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:50 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

Jul 21 13:19:56 Unraid shfs/user: shfs_write: write: (22) Invalid argument

 

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks

 

use /mnt/cache/appdata instead of /mnt/user/appdata

 

 

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