i figured out the cause..
i changed the udp host port 1900 to 1902 like this " - 1902:1900/udp"
and hit the update stack and it keeps producing all the jellyfin images as above..
so i deleted - 1902:1900/udp from the stack.. and it's stopped.
but the why i changed the host port to 1902 is minidlna uses port 1900.
(i added minidlna plugin at omv gui. but there is no port 1900 i found only there is only port 8200 .)
i could find out dlna uses 1900 udp with this command
netstat -pna | grep 1900
udp 0 0 126.96.36.199:1900 0.0.0.0:* 3603/minidlnad.
what should i do to avoid port conflict...?
is it ok to delete the option - 1900:1900/udp from jellyfin stack ?
is it impossible use both dlna and jellyfin at the same time ?
i think openmediavault is very sensitive and hard to understand...
I had a similar issue once with a container from ghrc.io. I think the solution is to make sure you pull the image that's specific to your CPU architecture using tags (such as amd64 for a 64-bit x86 CPU).
For some weird reason, if you don't specify a tag or tags, ghrc.io just dumps every possible variation of the image on you - I ended up with a full root filesystem before I found the cause.
wow it's working..
i tagged amd64-latest like
there is no other images generated any more.
You're welcome - glad to hear!