[Support] Linuxserver.io - Pydio-Cells


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Application Name: Pydio-Cells
Application Site: https://pydio.com/
Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/pydio-cells/
Github: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-pydio-cells

 

Please post any questions/issues relating to this docker you have in this thread.

If you are not using Unraid (and you should be!) then please do not post here, rather use the linuxserver.io forum for support.

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18 minutes ago, dockerPolice said:

Am I correct in assuming then that linuxserver/pydio is now deprecated (since it is Pydio-8 which Pydio is recommending to migrate to pydio-cells)?

As far as I know Pydio is not deprecated.

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Pydio-Cells not working correctly

I have been trying to make this work properly with success. I can running locally on computer without any problems.

I have the same issues if I use the official docker image from Pydio.

I get stuck in the gray loading screen. Do you have a procedure to install the container?

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I managed to get it to finalize the installation process (behind a reverse proxy with NginxProxyManager) using the full protocol:fqdn:port in the "External URL:" field (eg. https://www.example.com:443) .

After that there were issues with creating files and folders in its minio storage backend. I fixed those by changing the name of the container from the default pydio-cells to pydio. It seems that the pydio.gateway.rest hostname is hardcoded in the application and it fails to resolve the bundled minio nodes if you use another hostname, which leads to errors like:

2020-11-06T21:18:44.069+0300 [31mERROR[0m [32mpydio.rest.meta[0m Rest Error 404 {"error": "{\"id\":\"undefined\",\"code\":403,\"detail\":\"Unknown data source\",\"status\":\"Forbidden\"}"}
2020-11-06T21:14:04.292+0300 [31mERROR[0m [32mpydio.rest.tree[0m Cannot find DataSourceInfo for pydiods1 {"error": "Could not find DataSource pydiods1"}

The lead for the hostname idea is this post: https://forum.pydio.com/t/datasources-are-not-found/3223

 

Hope this helps!

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I was seeing the same issues as everyone else. I have it working now. 

 

1. have a custom domain like "pydio.example.com"

2. use NginxProxyManager with LetsEncrypt so that requests for pydio.example.com go to my pydio port (8080, but it should work with other ports)

3. Force HTTPS

4. have a mariaDB instance ready to use with pydio-cells. 

 

That should be enough to get through the setup. It doesn't seem possible to run without without a custom domain and https.

 

If at some point in the future you need to change the domain name or the unraid server IP adddress. Just update it in the config at "/mnt/user/appdata/pydio-cells/pydio.json"

 

 

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On 11/6/2020 at 1:38 PM, thenoots said:

I managed to get it to finalize the installation process (behind a reverse proxy with NginxProxyManager) using the full protocol:fqdn:port in the "External URL:" field (eg. https://www.example.com:443) .

After that there were issues with creating files and folders in its minio storage backend. I fixed those by changing the name of the container from the default pydio-cells to pydio. It seems that the pydio.gateway.rest hostname is hardcoded in the application and it fails to resolve the bundled minio nodes if you use another hostname, which leads to errors like:


2020-11-06T21:18:44.069+0300 [31mERROR[0m [32mpydio.rest.meta[0m Rest Error 404 {"error": "{\"id\":\"undefined\",\"code\":403,\"detail\":\"Unknown data source\",\"status\":\"Forbidden\"}"}

2020-11-06T21:14:04.292+0300 [31mERROR[0m [32mpydio.rest.tree[0m Cannot find DataSourceInfo for pydiods1 {"error": "Could not find DataSource pydiods1"}

The lead for the hostname idea is this post: https://forum.pydio.com/t/datasources-are-not-found/3223

 

Hope this helps!

Thanks! I've been struggling to create a local environment for a week, and had neglected to check the forums. This wasn't the exact fix for me, but it go me on the right track.

 

I ended up

- changing the Name to pydio, as per your recommendation

- leaving the WebUI port at 8080

- manually setting Server IP to the IP of my Unraid server, while creating this container in Network Type: Bridge mode

- creating the External URL with https://[Server IP]:[WebUI Port]

 

Screenshot of what worked for me attached.

 

Thanks again!

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