All containers reset after a system restart

  • You can have the /shared folders.. you just can't have them in docker.


    So if you have anything mapped to /sharedfolders/whatever.. you need to change that tot he absolute path to the folder.

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  • What I do here is I have two seperate directories. One for docker configurations (for /config binds), the other for the images and containers (OMV-Extras | Docker tab | Docker Storage - Path to Docker images and containers storage.)


    Like so:


    /srv/dev-disk-by-label-d0/docker/docker-config


    /srv/dev-disk-by-label-d0/docker/docker-data


    The directory names are arbitrary. I try to use ones that clearly describe their function as opposed to old carryover stuff from Windows such as Appdata.


    Here is what I use for the Sonarr /config.


    -v /srv/dev-disk-by-label-d0/docker/docker-config/sonarr:/config

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  • Thank you very much for your help, I have most of the containers up and running.


    I had to re-add all of my plex media entries because they where using shared folders and for some reason all of them where changed, and started with /transcode/*


    I have an issue with two of my containers that I use with letsencrypt, ombi and Nexcloud, so I'll have to look into those tomorrow as I'm getting a 502 Bad Gateway error (I think this means my Duckdns container is working though)



    Again thank you very much for your help

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