I have tried to install plex through OMV5 docker following DB Tech video which worked but I can not claim the plex server - tried every solution I could find but still can not claim the server.
So I am going to try the installation from this thread.
Question I have is the /transcode volume, as many of the other installations do not have /transcode.
Presumably, itsOK to bind my /trancode folder on the same SD card which has my /appdata containers even though it is only a 32GB SD card - will transcoding movies use up this storage or do I need a bigger/separate drive? Also, do the files in the transcoding get deleted once the movie has finished etc?
Then I noticed TDL has a video using Handbrake to transcode movies, so not sure if all also need to install Handbrake?
PUID & PGID must be the user & group for dockers ( in my case 1000 & 100), revise what to be in your case
Running in bridge mode. DNS Server inside Container is Set incorrect. Doesnt explain why I cannot ping ips...
File to follow..
DNS inside the container must be 127.0.0.11 to resolver dockers names.
it is amd64 8gb ram i3-2120 cpu
i did install filezilla docker and it works but i think it is just a webversion of the ftpclient, not a ftp server?
Oh, sorry , you are right is ftp client, not server.
Not used, so no experience on it.
I was trying to instal pi-hole using a youtube video on OMV5/Docker. Didn't get very far but on the video it says to run a command: docker swarm init
But now I can not access the portainer interface - says connection refused. Any ideas?
So I can continue with pi-hole installation.
please use my guide ( see on signature).
I tried some ftp docker solutions but i did not manage to get them to work.
Anyone experience with ftp server in a docker? Suggestions?
Do you try Filezilla?.
is easy to configure, only need to pay attention to USER_ID and GROUP_ID to be sure that all works as expected.
PD: You do not post info about your hardware on your signature, so can't help properly if do not know if you use AMD64 or ARM , how much RAM do you have, etc...
because you do not define network mode, my suspect is that pihole is started on bridge mode and this is the cause that do not work as you expected.
please use my howto and edit to your needs.
perhaps remote mount plugin?
I only want to say, that use of USB drives are bad idea in general for a NAS, votdev have disable the RAID on it due a lot of problems in the past.
allways try to use SATA and if you use USB, do not fear if something fails.
PD: Usb as backup , and to copy only certain data from time to time is not bad idea, but use in a NAS all the time is.
you probably have 2 DHCP servers that is not good.
revise your router 192.168.0.254 to be sure that is NOT your DHCP server (if you use your Pi-hole as DHCP server).
Or at least be sure that if you want to use your router as DHCP server, revise that you have disabled DHCP server on your Pihole.
PD: I see your PC capture and show 192.168.0.254 as DHCP server , but you put on your answer that DHCP server is 192.168.0.24 ( your PI-hole install).
If stiil do not work , post more info about your pihole install, and revise that you can ping to http://www.google.com from a shell inside your NAS (IP=192.168.0.24).
And my last question ; why do you install on your host system pi-hole?, why do not use a MacVLAN to assing a new IP like 192.168.0.2 or something simmilar like I do in [HOWTO] install PIHOLE on OMV5 using portainer WEBGUI on a MacVlan
what IP have your DHCP Server?
What Ip have your Gateway?
Whap IP have your PC ?
What IP have your NAS?.
Con you post images of your Pihole page http://yourNASIP/admin ?
can you post your PC Ip settings ( IP/mask, gateway and DNS server) ?
90% of fails on Pi are due a bad Power of external Disk, revise that your Disk have a stable and good power line.
I found the bug in my setup. Problem solved.
Using the primary and secondary DNS is not a random thing.
Secondary DNS is used when RPi is not responding. I double check it on the router logs yesterday.
This are not my experience, I notice (copy & paste from https://stackoverflow.com/ques…secondary-dns-server-used
The general idea of a secondary DNS server was that in case the primary DNS server doesn't reply (e.g. it is offline, unreachable, restarting, etc.), the system can fall back to a secondary one, so it won't be unable to resolve DNS names during that time. Doesn't reply means "no reply at all", it will not ask the secondary when the primary one said that a name is unknown. Answering that a name is unknown is a reply.
The problem here is that DNS uses UDP and UDP is connectionless. So if a DNS server is offline, the system won't notice that other by not receiving a reply from it. As an UDP packet may as well get lost and the round-trip time (RTT) is unknown, it will have to resend the request a couple of times, every time waiting for several seconds, before it finally gets to the conclusion that this server is dead. This means it can take up to an entire minute and above to resolve a DNS name if the first DNS server dies.
As that seems unacceptable, different operating system developed different strategies to handle this in a better way. As both DNS servers are supposed to deliver the same result for the same domain (if not, your setup is actually flawed as the secondary should be a 1-to-1 replacement for the primary one), it shouldn't matter which one is being used. Some systems may send a request to the primary one but if no reply comes back within a few seconds, they don't resend to it but first try the secondary one (then they resend to the primary one and so on). Some may also query both at once, make the faster one win and then keep using that one for a while (until they start another race to see if it is still the faster one). Some may also prefer the primary one but do some kind of load balancing and switch to the secondary one if more than a certain amount of queries are currently pending on the primary one. Some will just alternate between them as a poor man's load balancing. All of this is actually allowed.
Good to know that works for you, but as I say this are not my experience.
Thanks. I see that your guide you are using version: 2.
The one I'm using is version: 3.
Does it metter?
Maybe someone was using this guide and know where I made a mistake?
several errors on guide,
You can't use your Pihole AND a real DNS server on your router, because sometimes use primary DNS to resolve ( what you want), but other times uses secondary DNS ( what you DO no want), and there are other conceptual errors, so please use my guide do not lost time.
yes matter if you use portainer, because portainer only can use ver 2.
Not matter if you use docker-compose if is a good file and have no erratas.