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[Help] Plex docker running, but no WebUI and not showing up in Plex account


vtdweller

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I don't know what changed, but I can no longer access my Plex Media Server.

 

Stats: unRAID 6.2.4

PlexMediaServer

Container ID: 233d1183e9b5

By: limetech/plex:latest

 

What works:

- I can access my shares from my other desktop

- I can access the unRAID UI from my other desktop

 

What doesn't work:

- I can't access the Plex WebUI from the docker

- I can't see the server from my Plex account

 

The docker log repeats this over and over:

 

10000
chown: changing ownership of '/config/tmp': Read-only file system
chown: changing ownership of '/config/Library': Read-only file system
chown: changing ownership of '/config/Library/Application Support': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/tmp': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/Library': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/Library/Application Support': Read-only file system
6 10000 /config/Library/Application Support
10000
chown: changing ownership of '/config/tmp': Read-only file system
chown: changing ownership of '/config/Library': Read-only file system
chown: changing ownership of '/config/Library/Application Support': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/tmp': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/Library': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/Library/Application Support': Read-only file system
6 10000 /config/Library/Application Support
10000
chown: changing ownership of '/config/tmp': Read-only file system
chown: changing ownership of '/config/Library': Read-only file system
chown: changing ownership of '/config/Library/Application Support': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/tmp': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/Library': Read-only file system
chmod: changing permissions of '/config/Library/Application Support': Read-only file system
6 10000 /config/Library/Application Support

 

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Not to my knowledge. The log shows something about permissions, but I'm not sure what it's doing or why.

 

I made no changes to the system until I noticed that my server wasn't running. Then I merely updated and restarted the docker.

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Just now, vtdweller said:

Not to my knowledge. The log shows something about permissions, but I'm not sure what it's doing or why.

 

I made no changes to the system until I noticed that my server wasn't running. Then I merely updated and restarted the docker.

 

Why don't you try pulling our version of Plex.  It may fix the issue.  Worth a shot, backup your appdata first.

 

 

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Perhaps a stupid question, but I see two folder structures that seem almost identical. Which is the proper set of data that needs to be backed up?

 

/mnt/cache/apps/Plex/Application Support/Plex Media Server

or 

/mnt/cache/apps/Plex/Library/Application Support/Plex Media Server

 

 

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At this point I'm willing to blow up my library and build it again, but I can't figure out why my Server isn't working. I can't access it from the web gui. The docker says it's running, but how do I confirm that? It seems like such a simple thing but for some reason it's holding up the whole operation.

 

unRAID server: working

docker: working

http://192.168.0.102:32400/web/index.html: nothing

 

Where do I even begin?

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Ok, this can now be closed. I removed the docker and reinstalled. I then moved the Plex database backup file from the old location to the new one, mapped the correct paths in the docker settings, and now I'm refreshing metadata, but by golly, I think I'm in the clear.

 

Thank you!

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