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My P2000 seems to be working now...thanks!

 

I have noticed that the feed in the interface seems to glitch out for some reason (for a few seconds and then comes back) and I haven't been able to figure that out yet.

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Has anyone had any luck getting it to work when on it's on a different VLAN than the UnRAID server behind the LetsEncrypt NGINX reverse proxy?

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Hi, I want to install a gpu in my Shinobi to relieve some workload from the GPU, I've been searching and I found a document on Shinobi with some instructions for adding an Nvidia card to work with Shinobi, have any of you installed a GPU with these instructions?

 

https://shinobi.video/docs/gpu

 

Thanks in advance.

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On 7/15/2020 at 8:31 PM, CrunchyToast said:

For those of you seeing high CPU usage on Shinobi when using the built-in motion detection, most IP cameras have FTP or Email alerts built in along with motion detection. I'm using Reolink RLC-410-5MP cameras. Check out the following links to on how to use your camera's built in detection rather than Shinobi's. When I was using the motion detector in Shinobi, I was seeing anywhere between 40%-80% CPU usage on 8 cameras. When I switched over to using my camera's built in motion detection, I drop to around 7%-10% max with 8 cameras going. The FTP trigger will give you the fastest motion response.

 

https://hub.shinobi.video/articles/view/Qdu39Dp8zDqWIA0

https://hub.shinobi.video/articles/view/LyCI3yQsUTouSAJ

 

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I have the same cameras as you, Interesting I found that they are made by Swann. Anyway, Which one is better SMTP or FTP?

Thanks!

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On 7/15/2020 at 6:31 PM, CrunchyToast said:

For those of you seeing high CPU usage on Shinobi when using the built-in motion detection, most IP cameras have FTP or Email alerts built in along with motion detection. I'm using Reolink RLC-410-5MP cameras. Check out the following links to on how to use your camera's built in detection rather than Shinobi's. When I was using the motion detector in Shinobi, I was seeing anywhere between 40%-80% CPU usage on 8 cameras. When I switched over to using my camera's built in motion detection, I drop to around 7%-10% max with 8 cameras going. The FTP trigger will give you the fastest motion response.

 

https://hub.shinobi.video/articles/view/Qdu39Dp8zDqWIA0

https://hub.shinobi.video/articles/view/LyCI3yQsUTouSAJ

 

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On 7/15/2020 at 6:31 PM, CrunchyToast said:

For those of you seeing high CPU usage on Shinobi when using the built-in motion detection, most IP cameras have FTP or Email alerts built in along with motion detection. I'm using Reolink RLC-410-5MP cameras. Check out the following links to on how to use your camera's built in detection rather than Shinobi's. When I was using the motion detector in Shinobi, I was seeing anywhere between 40%-80% CPU usage on 8 cameras. When I switched over to using my camera's built in motion detection, I drop to around 7%-10% max with 8 cameras going. The FTP trigger will give you the fastest motion response.

 

https://hub.shinobi.video/articles/view/Qdu39Dp8zDqWIA0

https://hub.shinobi.video/articles/view/LyCI3yQsUTouSAJ

 

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I can't figure out a step in the FTP instructions.  I can't seem to figure out where to run:

cd /home/Shinobi

node tools/modifyConfiguration.js addToConfig='{"dropInEventServer":true, "ftpServer":true}'

 

Any help is appreciated!

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1 hour ago, pepbill said:

 I can't seem to figure out where to run:

cd /home/Shinobi

node tools/modifyConfiguration.js addToConfig='{"dropInEventServer":true, "ftpServer":true}'

I don't use this but I assume you would have to go to the command line inside the container. Click on the icon for the container and select Console

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Every time I make a change to the docker it keeps resetting the conf.json file. I figured it would be stored in the appdata folder but it isn't. Any way to move the conf file?

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