First of all, feel free to delete or move this thread, since I've just created this account and maybe it is a duplicated thread.
I've had this OMV 4.x. instance running for over a year or so in my Raspberry Pi 3B+, working with SMB. It was just a simple NAS where I stored my photos.
But a week ago or so, I started to add some more functionality, and decided to use it as a place to store a wider variety of files.
I heard of Jellyfin, and tried to install it following Technodad's video. At first, everything worked correctly, and I was able to set Jellyfin up perfectly. Indexing my files, adding the metadata... But, after some time in the app, it just stops working. I head to the Docker page, inside OMV's web GUI, and realize that the container is dead. And I can't restart it, since I get this error:
So I try to restart OMV, and then, the container is gone. The filesystem created for Jellyfin in the drive is still there; also the metadata, but as I said before, there's no container in the Docker page. Only an image with no name (The name is none:none) created "six months ago", and the same configuration data as the Jellyfin app. And obviously, I can't access Jellyfin and its services.
It has happened three times already.
I think it has to do with some kind of configuration I hadn't done when setting up Docker, since I'm a total beginner with this app. In addition, I haven't tried to install any other images since I don't know how to set them up, and I don't think I need any other service.
Thanks in advance for your response.