Airsonic-advnaced : Folders not found

  • Hi there, i installed airsonic advanced through portainer using stacks. I have added my music path using absolute path : /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-*******/Server/Music but airsonic is unable to detect the folder.


    Thanks in advance

  • Post the stack you used on portainer on a codebox (  </> symbol on the blue ribbon)

  • volumes:
    - /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-********/AirsonicAdvanced/Config
    - /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-********/Server/Music

    the format should be

    - /path-on-host:/path-in-docker


    note the ":"


    as user you should use a "normal" user created in the GUI of OMV. The first user created in OMV has the PUID 1000.

    Check the guide section of the forum for some guidance on how to use docker and portainer.

  • Your volumes are missing some info:

    It should be like this


    Code
        volumes:
          - /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-********/AirsonicAdvanced/Config:/config
          - /srv/dev-disk-by-uuid-********/Server/Music:/music
  • And loocking at the documentation on hub.docker

    https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/airsonic-advanced

    the volumes are not correct


    Code
        volumes:
          - </path/to/config>:/config
          - </path/to/music>:/music
          - </path/to/playlists>:/playlists
          - </path/to/podcasts>:/podcasts
          - </path/to/other media>:/media #optional

    the right side of the ":" should not be changed as these are the paths inside the container. In some images you add additional paths, but for a start stick to what is given in the example

  • And loocking at the documentation on hub.docker

    https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/airsonic-advanced

    the volumes are not correct


    Code
        volumes:
          - </path/to/config>:/config
          - </path/to/music>:/music
          - </path/to/playlists>:/playlists
          - </path/to/podcasts>:/podcasts
          - </path/to/other media>:/media #optional

    the right side of the ":" should not be changed as these are the paths inside the container. In some images you add additional paths, but for a start stick to what is given in the example

    I've ran into very few containers that actually do what you're saying, so of course I had to test it on airsonic advanced, and I'll be damned.. it will only take default directories (or at least for /music it will).


    The container itself is fairly easy to set up if you've set up the old airsonic... changing the admin password is awkward as hell... That is something that someone completely disconnected from their user base thought up.


    I logged in w/ the default admin user/pass (admin/admin).. clicked change password, and entered and confirmed a new password and saved w/o issue... created my user and gave it permissions I wanted.. Logged out.. I'm still getting the error my admin user password hasn't been changed. So I log back in as admin, repeat... log out, same issue... WTF? Well apparently changing the password, doesn't remove the old admin/admin password. You have to go to Settings/Credentials, and remove the previous admin entry.. then it disables the default admin password. How does changing a password.. not actually change the password? Best I can tell, it basically makes two admin passwords..lol. Granted, there is a warning there that I just noticed that indicates this.. but it's still stupid


    Beyond that hiccup, it sets up very similarly and it was going in no time flat.. It does seem to scan faster. The reverse proxy set up very easy and I had it going through my domain in no time.


    Well, I'm gonna do some crying and listen to some Meatloaf.. ;( First real concert I ever went to, dude was just an incredible performer. First concert I ever went to didn't even compare. Probably not a fair comparison but my sister was 12 and was a huge Boyz II Men fan and I was able to snatch a couple of pretty good tickets for fairly cheap, so I took her to see them. Not really my kind of music, but it was a good show.

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


  • With the volumes only having the "right side" (missing colon) you created anonymous volumes inside <docker-root>/volumes.

    Shoul should clean up the volumes.


    In portainer go to volumes and delete the ones you do not need, most probably the ones with the long numbers.

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  • And PUID must be 1000 or other NOT 998.


    If you create your own user in webGUI, the first user created is UID=1000, please use this not 998.



    and google about unix permission, is a good knoledge to avoid future problems.

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