(Quote from apveening)
When I first set it up I changed the dns settings after the container had started.
I just did an exercise on backing up the pihole configs so now that I have a documented backup and restore process it shouldn't be a bother now.
(Quote from Nefertiti)
Most likely because one (or maybe more) container(s) needed some place to store some data and you didn't provide a fixed location (volume/bind mount) for it, so every time that container is started it creates new volume. With the…
(Quote from 22/7)
I don't know enough about the rest, but were your upstream DNS settings passed as environmental variables during the original container creation or did you fill them in after you started it? If the former, you may have a problem, if the…
I just installed Yacht and it immediately showed me a problem with one container that wasn't visible with Portainer until I did a deep inspection, something I wouldn't have done without some indication there was a problem.
It was a problem (continuous…
(Quote from crashtest)
That is how I began with OMV4 and the Docker plug-in. And I started on Docker because I couldn't get Pi-Hole working, so went for the Docker version, which necessitated macvlan. With the Docker plug-in I managed, with Portainer I…
Let me preface this with, "this is just my opinion".
(Quote from trythat)
Portainer has lots of guides,, but I know what you mean. Lot's of How-To's exist for OMV4, to get things off the ground with the Docker plugin. Going back to Portainer; for a…