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      Niemand wrote:

      too much overhead
      Docker has less overhead than just about anything out there including LXC.

      Niemand wrote:

      too much potential of data loss
      If you setup your volumes/bind mounts, you shouldn't lose data anymore than native.

      Niemand wrote:

      too less separation from the host
      Sometimes this is a good thing.

      Niemand wrote:

      May you write a guide to keep plex up to date on our own?
      I am not the right one to do that. I don't use plex and don't like it either. If you just enable the repo and install the plex package, updates will show up in the Updates tab. This does not apply to arm systems and I want no part of doing anything plex on those.
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      Niemand wrote:

      why I don't like docker: too much overhead, too much potential of data loss, too less separation from the host, too many possibilities to loose data and crash the whole system. I like LXC.
      May you write a guide to keep plex up to date on our own?
      No disrespect... but you could have summed this up with..

      Why I don't like docker: I'm misinformed.

      None of what you said there is accurate (with some of it outright outlandish). It took me a while to finally decide to give docker a try... now that I have... It's my go to to add just about any feature to my NAS.
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      vcdwelt wrote:

      i'm using a big Plex installation with lot of custom configurations and a big database. I'm afraid of moving this into a docker.
      Also i read a lot about problems with Transcoding (and some other things) insite a Docker Container in Plex Forum.
      So maybe i will wait and hope for Updates
      Why not just set up Plex in a container in parallal. Just to play and see if you get everything to work as expected. You can point the container to a seperate media folder to not mess up with your existing installation.
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