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  • Deluge Docker Failing to install

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    Quote from goliath: “I am running it in an intel atom D525 and the image is also linuxserver/deluge:145. Was working perfect before update to latest and the You must be doing something procedural wrong. But other than saying that it doesn't work you haven't told us enough. Start by posting the log for the container and whatever script you are using to run the container. ”

  • Deluge Docker Failing to install

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    Quote from goliath: “I remove all my deluge images and only have now 145. I create a container with that image and still getting the same error. Do I need to do something else? Everything else in my run script is the same ” Rolling back to linuxserver/deluge:145 solved the problem for me. But you need to more fully describe what hardware you are running on and the full name of the image you are using.

  • Clearly you have a DNS resolution problem. Determine what DNS servers you are using and test them manually.

  • Deluge Docker Failing to install

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    Quote from TheLostSwede: “Can't get Deluge up and running either. It was working fine until recently and now it seems to be running, but I get a connection refused message when I go to the IP and port where the web UI should be. It's been working perfectly fine up until a couple of days ago. ” If you are running the latest docker there is a known problem with it and a fix will be forthcoming. In the meantime use tag 145.

  • Systemdisk/OS disk almost full

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    Typically, dockers write data to two places. One possibility is to a Volume and Bind mount that connects a directory inside the container to a directory outside the container somewhere on the system. That "somewhere" could be anywhere the container has permission to write to, including the rootfs. The other possibility is that the data is written to a point inside the container. This is what happens if a Volume and Bind mount is not specified and the container needs to write data. If the contain…

  • Quote from Ripcord: “- PMS Version 3.39.5- client Version 1.12.1.4885 oh I need to learn docker then. I sent 1 year setting up my plex and its contents. Hmm ” You can use your existing Plex setup within a Plex Docker. I migrated from Plex installed by the OMV Plugin to a docker with no problems. Nothing was lost.

  • Systemdisk/OS disk almost full

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    Quote from macom: “If a rsync job runs without that the target drive is available, it creates a folder in the /media/ or /srv/ folder and puts the data there. The data are then stored on the OS drive instead of the data drive. So check out these two folders, if there are folders which are not mount points for drives. ” The more likely scenario is something writing to a mount point with no drive mounted to that mountpoint. When the drive is eventually mounted, the contents of the drive will appea…

  • Whatever repos you have there would have been added when the plugin was installed and are likely correct. What version of Plex Media Server are you running now?

  • If you are looking for updates to the OMV plugin, they are very few and far between, and you might never see another one. If your system is properly subscribed to the repository for the Plex Media Server application you will get updates if and when they become available. You should check within Plex itself to see the current version you are on and if any updates are available for your platform.

  • Deluge Docker Failing to install

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    Reported: github.com/linuxserver/docker-deluge/issues/53

  • Latest Docker plugin update

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    Quote from kmal808: “I see there’s a containerd.io update(1.2.0-1), anyone updated and can confirm it’s ok to run? ” OK here.

  • Latest Docker plugin update

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from gderf: “I tried the apt clean button. Still looks the same. ” Not sure why then. The commit is here - github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plug…7ae25e6a567186e49f7f315c9 - and the 4.1.0 version in the repo has all commits. ” I checked the dates on the two files involved and they are dated yesterday so I know the 4.1 update took. And a year or so ago I patched those same two files with the same commits. Neither fix worked.

  • Latest Docker plugin update

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    I tried the apt clean button. Still looks the same.

  • Latest Docker plugin update

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from gderf: “Maybe you can apply the fix needed to increase the contrast in the log viewer before releasing? ” The version I pushed should have it. Browser cache? Here is the version I intend to put in the repo unless someone finds something wrong - omv-extras.org/testing/openmediavault-docker-gui_4.1_all.deb ” I tried clearing the browser cache and also tried using a browser that has never visited OMV. Neither improved the contrast. Same problem with the previously…

  • Latest Docker plugin update

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    Update to openmediavault-docker-gui_4.0.4_all.deb fixes it for me too. Maybe you can apply the fix needed to increase the contrast in the log viewer before releasing?

  • You should stick with the RAM specified in the ASRock Memory QVL published for each board. And you should have mentioned all the specific RAM you have already tried.

  • Where are your shows stored and what are the permissions there? I suggest not using OMV sharedfolders in docker Volume and Bind mounts Host Paths. Use the actual real paths instead.

  • Backup strategy

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    Make sure you both understand and fully test the restoration process.

  • SnapRAID Questions

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    I would expect some reduction in thruput with mergerfs, but I don't know how much. I am fairly sure writes to it will be more impacted than reads from it. Have a look at the mergerfs homepage for suggestions. github.com/trapexit/mergerfs

  • SnapRAID Questions

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    SnapRAID has nothing to do with your transfer speed problem.