Portainer error Invalid JWT token

  • Hi I have the following error after installing portainer i can pull images and install but they too seem to have errors can this be the cause and how can fix it. trawled the net with any conclusive fix.

  • Well I've saw some links that say this is normal, but... that definitely doesn't look right (and Portainer definitely isn't doing that on my install). How did you install portainer and what version are you using?

    Edit: I see this log entry once in the last 3 days in my system. Are you getting auto logged out a lot? (that would make sense)

    Air Conditioners are a lot like PC's... They work great until you open Windows.

  • I am using portainer/ docker provided by OMV. I read that the problem is due to disconnection of the OMV . I have been having problems with my Airport capsule recently as it keeps on losing connect.( another problem I need to sort out)

    I have over the last few days tried to install Home Assistant and it seems that i had not removed it correctly and i noticed in my syslog that it has been trying to connect but i removed it from shared folder but it is still in the directory as you can see . Can you advise how i can remove it i have tried to remove the directory no luck as i cannot find it in the Pi directory . I found by accident looking into symlinks.

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  • All of those directories are normal Linux directories, so I'm not really sure what you mean.

    Is the directory still listed under the sharedfolders section of OMV? The pic you linked there it seems you're trying to symlink the directory.

    Air Conditioners are a lot like PC's... They work great until you open Windows.

  • Hi sorry if i my comments are not clear.

    I tried to install Hassio in a shared folder on my ssd dive what i thought was docker container and did not install correctly. So incorrectly deleted the shared folders thinking it was deleted. Now i see my syslog states that it trying connect. whilst investigating how to get into the OMV files directory, i noticed in systmlink the directory and it showed the home folder where i installed Hassio.. I was able to delete the files thru ssh however toady they are still working in the back ground as you can see below. It looks as though i will need to reinstall and start again this might clear all the bugs i may have caused what do you think???

    when installing containers do you install them onto your ssd or do you used the volume 1 directory ?

    Apologise for these questions

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