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Docker updates, 0 B data pulled

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Hello,

 

Getting updates for my Docker containers and it's pulling data for some but for most I get "TOTAL DATA PULLED: 0 B"

 

I also noticed this (it is standard with 1+ update?):

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What could be up with this? Most of the updates are pulling 0 B. Not seen that before. Can't find any errors in logs.

Unraid 6.6.5. Looked at other threads with "TOTAL DATA PULLED: 0 B" but not same error or solutions.
Recently changes are all sata-cables (got some UDMA CRC error count on one drive (6), changed sata cable, put server back in place hard to get, ran parity check, UDMA CRC error on one of the other drives (got up to 6 here too), decided to get brand new sata cables and replace ALL. New parity check, no new UDMA CRC error's), added parity drive (had 0 parity drives before) and added "--restart=unless-stopped" to some containers. Then, this started to happen.
appdata and system (docker.img) on samsung ssd (cache).

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The container image that you're trying to update is already up to date (checksum test return 1) so it just use the local image.

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Is the "pulling from" correct? Showing plex when working with traefik?

At first, I thought it was only the linuxserver containers. It's not. I just see them more often because I mostly use containers from them.

It happens to the others too. Pressing check for updates could show no updates, pressing again directly after could show there is updates but 0 B pulled data. Looking at docker hub the last push can be like a week ago but it still shows as update available, updating fetch 0 B and the status goes from update available to up to date. One example is uberchuckie/observium. Has shown updates several different times since 2 days. Always 0 B pulled.

linuxserver builds once a week? I have seen different updates from them over the weekend. 

 

I have seen 0 B pulled before but now it happens daily. Some dockers updates without problems, like Emby server beta that got "real" updates yesterday.

It's like Unraid is showing updates for containers that don't have any updates?

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Well. The strange available updates with 0 B pulled has suddenly stopped happening. From one day to another. 🤔

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linuxserver.io I am having this same problem only with your dockers. Keeps saying there is update on all the linuxserver.io dockers I have and when I update 0kb pulled because they are up to date. It keeps doing it over and over. I tried to see if I could install a linuxserver.io docker that I don't have installed already and installs just fine. Dockers from others are not having this problem. What could be causing this?

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1 minute ago, jpowell8672 said:

linuxserver.io I am having this same problem only with your dockers. Keeps saying there is update on all the linuxserver.io dockers I have and when I update 0kb pulled because they are up to date. It keeps doing it over and over. I tried to see if I could install a linuxserver.io docker that I don't have installed already and installs just fine. Dockers from others are not having this problem. What could be causing this?

I see the same. It is reported in various threads here and one over at linuxservers forum. 

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18 minutes ago, urbanracer34 said:

I filed a bug report about this: 

 

It has to be you linuxserver because nothing with unraid has changed or been updated and this issue just started.

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Yep, mine has been doing exactly the same thing for the last few days

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On 8/29/2019 at 9:09 PM, jpowell8672 said:

It has to be you linuxserver

It's a change with the docker API causing this.

 

The temporary fix is detailed in the bug report.  But, it is a minor thing.  Any container that does actually have an update available for it will download and install.

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14 hours ago, Squid said:

It's a change with the docker API causing this.

 

The temporary fix is detailed in the bug report.  But, it is a minor thing.  Any container that does actually have an update available for it will download and install.

Would you mind providing a link to that bug report?  Honestly I tried to find it on my own but could not... :)

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Link is 4 posts above yours ;)

 

Damn, Squid was faster ;)

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