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  1. That is a valid address for the internal docker network.
  2. Install this first Then install this and this by following this tutorial to get it all working together.
  3. @RobJ hasn't been active for a couple months, I suspect real life has intervened again and he may be away for a while. Hopefully everything is ok and he just doesn't have the time and mental energy to dedicate to the forums right now. People come and go, for a variety of reasons. For now, if you are willing to do a little work, you can still find the mentioned posts by editing the link a little. Example. That link is which doesn't work. However, if you remove everything after the first topic number, you get this, Which does work. It doesn't go directly to the post in question, which in this case unfortunately is on the 4th page half way down, but it goes to the correct topic, which contains a wealth of relevant information if you take the time to read it. All the links can be found that way, it just takes a little effort. You can give back to the community by reposting the fixed links as you find them, just like I did here.
  4. NVM. I just reread the release notes for the current rc series, and it's apparent that restarting the GUI is still being worked out, since stopping it isn't supported with the array started. I can wait.
  5. That's cool. I understand not wanting to deal with self signed certificates, or requiring people to set up a FQDN for their unraid box while simultaneously telling them they shouldn't forward the port to the internet. However... now that the daemon is separate from the nginx server, can we get the official commands to restart the GUI? Pretty please?
  6. Temporarily use a different browser. Firefox 54 is broken.
  7. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>example</title> </head> <body> <p>You will be redirected to the WebGUI shortly.</p> <script> setTimeout(function(){ window.location.replace="http://<IP>:<Port>"; // The URL that will be redirected to. }, 3000); // The bigger the number the longer the delay. </script> </body> </html> I'm not a web coder, so I don't know how to insert the proper values into IP and Port.
  8. Interesting. I wonder how some consumer routers do it. When you change the IP of the router, it refreshes the page with a new page at the updated address. It looks possible with a tiny bit of javascript.
  9. Since you have the appropriate setting saved at that point, could you not issue a browser command to open a new window or refresh the current window with the new information automatically?
  10. It's a server. Slow thorough checks is normal for real servers, as they are seldom rebooted. Mine typically doesn't get restarted for months at a time.
  11. Does the apply button reset nginx with the new config? If so, does the current session automatically get redirected to a valid url if the previously in use port is changed? Or, does the change take effect on the next reboot?
  12. Have you tried the suggestions at this site?
  13. Probably would have been faster to add the new cache drive to the cache pool, let it balance the RAID1 pool, then remove the old cache and convert back to single profile. Now that the mover is in progress, I'd keep an eye on it and make sure you keep seeing progress. It would be a good idea to keep an eye on the syslog for errors as well.
  14. Probably about right for moving a plex appdata to an older spinner drive with questionable history. In your specific case, it may have been better to put the replacement cache drive in as an array drive temporarily since you aren't running a parity drive. What file system is on the current cache disk, and what fs is the array disk?
  15. I am not the LSI expert around here, but I can't find any references online to getting it flashed to IT mode. It appears to be only usable as a RAID card, and unRaid doesn't work particularly well with RAID cards unless they can be flashed to a plain HBA mode. You may be able to get it to work by defining each disk as it's own JBOD array, but then if you move the disks to another controller unraid will lose track of them, also I doubt you will get smart results in the default display.
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