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  • Quote from macom: “Quote from esteid: “-v /srv/RAID/calibre:/config ” is that path correct? Here is the docker-compose file I use ” No, I Shortened it for the posting. Mine is like yours. So the only thing different for mine are: I didn't include the guac optionals and: PUID=1002 I assume this is the user you are logged in under?

  • I am attempting to create a calibre container. I have done it directly in command line, and in the UI using technodad's video. docker create \ --name=calibre \ -e PUID=1000 \ -e PGID=100 \ -e TZ=America/New_York \ -p 8080:8080 \ -p 8081:8081 \ -v /srv/RAID/calibre:/config \ -v /srv/dev-disk-by-label-media/Media/:/books \ --restart unless-stopped \ linuxserver/calibre No matter what I do for the config folder I can not get it to start up. The logs always have a "chown: changing ownership of '/con…

  • Quote from KM0201: “Forward the ports for transmission-vpn? I've used haugene/transmission-vpn a while and have never had that problem.. but I rarely use host and almost always customize my ports. ” What networking do you use? And how?

  • Quote from gderf: “The OP is a bit thin on details. But a guess as to what's happening is that already existing router NAT port forwards point to the private IP address of the OMV machine and work properly until OpenVPN is running. Then OpenVPN renumbers the OMV machine's private IP address or otherwise takes over the machine's network stack entirely which breaks the port forwards. ” This is true. I would be happy to add more context if I knew what to add. As for Grafana, I have the port forward…

  • Hi, I used Techno Dad's tutorial on setting up OpenVPN and Transmission. When I use host networking to set it up and start the container the whole server then has the network change and then I loose all of my port forwards for this machine. For example I have Influxdb, and grafana containers running as well. Influxdb stops ingesting data, and I can't reach the grafana instance from outside the house anymore. Is there a different setup for this that will work and allow me to just connect my other…

  • Is there a good tutorial for using the GUI, web app for creating persisting volumes and just in general working with data volumes? I've built an InfluxDB container, and a Grafana container that I need to create persisting volumes for. I also want to learn a bit more so I can prepare to move Plex into a container. Thanks in advance.

  • Quote from flmaxey: “Quote from esteid: “I connected to the smb version of the new share folder and it connects fine. Shows the full file size, and the used portion of the first drive. But when I open the folder there are no folders/files inside of it. ” Using SMB to put a "new shared folder" on the network is not going to put data in it. Are you sure you're using the right mount point? /snipped Now, you can go to SMB/CIF and put the new share (with old data) on the network. ” It was my understa…

  • Quote from flmaxey: “UnionFs requires 2 drives (obviously - it wouldn't be needed otherwise). And SNAPRAID requires another, or a 3rd drive, for parity. So, a UnionFS+SNAPRAID setup requires a total of 3 disks. Also, a hard requirement is that the SNAPRAID drive must be the largest in the array. This is necessary for the parity calculation. When setting up SNAPRAID note that both of your data drives should have a "content file". A good copy of the content file is required for recovery. (In the e…

  • I wasn't sure that would work internally. That is great news. Thanks!

  • Quote from flmaxey: “UnionFs requires 2 drives (obviously - it wouldn't be needed otherwise). And SNAPRAID requires another, or a 3rd drive, for parity. So, a UnionFS+SNAPRAID setup requires a total of 3 disks. Also, a hard requirement is that the SNAPRAID drive must be the largest in the array. This is necessary for the parity calculation. When setting up SNAPRAID note that both of your data drives should have a "content file". A good copy of the content file is required for recovery. (In the e…

  • Quote from flmaxey: “I don't quite understand "what" is "where" however: You can combine two drives using UnionFS, without disturbing their contents. You should investigate the differences between the storage policies, used by UnionFS. The primary 2 polices for same sized drives are, "Existing Path, most free space" or "Most free space". The former is the easiest to back out of but, given the policy, it's possible to completely fill the first drive before using the second drive. The later (most …

  • I have a larger drive with multiple disks with all of my media on it. I would like to backup only select folders to another file system any time they are updated. Is there a tool for that?

  • Thanks in advance for the advice. I've read some threads on this, but none that directly mirror my situation, so I figured I would ask. First the hardware: R510 running OMV all by itself.It has an H200 so it see's larger drives. It has 3 146gb dell drives in a software RAID in OMV. It has had an 8TB WD (shucked easystore) for a while. And its got basically all of our "stuff" on it. I was using another 8tb easystore still in the enclosure for backup and cold storage. I picked up a 10tb easystore …