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  1. Add me to the list of people who the Crashplan docker will not auto start. After a server reboot, all of my dockers come up except Crashplan which fails with the error: ERROR: openbox-xdg-autostart requires PyXDG to be installed Manually starting or restarting it works just fine though. Annoying that I have to go manually start it every time the server is rebooted (so far only for UnRAID updates at least)
  2. I can't believe this hasn't gotten more votes. I frequently need to check things on mobile and would really like a mobile friendly management page. I think a mobile app is overkill and a lot harder to do, just a responsive interface would help. P.S. Same for the forums
  3. Can you add port 6789 to the default set of ports that the docker uses? This port is used to connect to the controller by the iPhone App for the "WiFi Speed Test" functionality.
  4. Excluded Files and Folders do not seem to be working for me. I have two of my shares listed in the excluded Folders section (using the nice checkboxes to select my shares). However, I keep getting warnings that files in those shares (but accessed via disk1/disk2 instead of usr) have a hash mismatch. The files are Crashplan backups so they change very frequently and there is not much point in me checksuming them. How do I get it to actually honor my ignored folders? EDIT: Added screenshot of settings
  5. Ah, found it, yes, it shows 482 errors. I am playing it safe and just ordered two replacement drives (going to get that 1TB out of there as well). Side question, anyone see any issues with this as a home NAS drive, other than the heat (I realize the REDs are lower power) http://flash.newegg.com/Product/9SIA5AD4NC7705
  6. I actually don't see any read errors in the UI, where would I see that? Sounds like I might need to start considering replacing that drive.
  7. As the title says, my parity check is extremely slow. I see people complaining about 10MB/s being slow and I am getting less than a quarter of that. What can I check to figure out why. Diagnostic information attached. My System: CPU: Intel® Xeon® CPU E3-1230 v5 @ 3.40GHz RAM: 16GB DDR4 ECC MB: ASRock E3C236D2I Mini-ITX SATA: Onboard, M.2, SYBA SY-PEX40039 Plug-in Card SATA III Cache: ADATA SSD SP600NS34 256GB KingDian SSD S280 240GB Pool: 3x WD Red 4TB 1x Seagate ST4000DM000 4TB 1x Hitachi HDT721010SLA360 1TB Parity: Dual (1 WD Red and the Seagate) aeris-diagnostics-20161004-1045.zip
  8. I am getting the same error as well on two dockers. Does this mean I need to delete all of my dockers and their config as well, then recreate all of them with the paths I have set up or is there an easier way?
  9. I just got the email as well. My understanding is that the image is running Ubuntu 14.04 which should be kernal 3.13 which I would think meets those specs. I also ran ldd --version and it says it is eglibc 2.19 again should be high enough. Not sure if it is miss detecting or if the image needs updating.
  10. I have a Docker container that always says "update ready" in the Unraid Docker page. I can update it 6 times in a row and it will still list that. When I do run the update, the logs say that the container is up to date and does not download anything, just re-launches it. The Docker is the official Postgres Docker https://hub.docker.com/_/postgres/ I am running 6.2.0 beta 21 but this has been happening since at least 6.2.0 beta 18 (when I upgraded to the beta). Diagnostics attached aeris-diagnostics-20160411-1055.zip
  11. I have a Docker container that always says "update ready" in the Unraid Docker page. I can update it 6 times in a row and it will still list that. When I do run the update, the logs say that the container is up to date and does not download anything, just re-launches it. The Docker is the official Postgres Docker https://hub.docker.com/_/postgres/ I am running 6.2.0 beta 21 but this has been happening since at least 6.2.0 beta 18 (when I upgraded to the beta).
  12. Has anyone upgraded to Owncloud 9? Do I need to wait for the docker image to be updated or can I do it now by logging into the docker image and following the upgrade instructions for Owncloud?
  13. 2 questions then: 1) Is there anyway I can contribute/help? 2) How bad of a time is it to put in a feature request for https://letsencrypt.org/ to also be included?
  14. Yes, it is that beta container I am using it because I really wanted the integrated Maria DB instead of having to mess with multiple Dockers to get a real DB. My owncloud file count is ~200k so I really need a real DB and not sqlite.
  15. It was working just fine for a while and then after a restart I am getting the following error in the logs and I just get a white page when loading the UI. {"reqId":"43eFO7h9Kiqj9SDBoTga","remoteAddr":"","app":"PHP","message":"Error: Call to undefined function OC\\App\\simplexml_load_file() at \/config\/www\/owncloud\/lib\/private\/app\/infoparser.php#59","level":3,"time":"2016-02-24T19:15:01+00:00"} It seems like a fundamental php library (that is never supposed to not exist) doesn't exist in the base image anymore. I get the same error if I make a new docker using the same image.
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