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  1. Just checking in with my result if anyone cares. Bought a NESN on Friday for $159. Was a white label drive inside. Thankfully it powers up fine in my unRaid server 3x5 enclosure. Preclearing now at 188MBs.
  2. Just shucked mine an hour ago. I watched the video for reference but followed the PDF more in practice. I used four plastic store gift cards. Didn't do any sliding back and forth of the cards as was suggested. I simply inserted the corner of the card where the internal clip should be located according to the PDF. You can feel it when you're in the right spot. I then pushed the cards corner in straight and with some force until there was a noticeable give which released the clip. Repeated with the other three cards. After doing the first one the rest were done in about 5 secs. Was really easy.. Using a small plastic screw driver I pried the top and bottom back to get the gap started then slide it apart by hand. The cards and the enclosure were not damaged in any way.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Plex Media Server

    I've not had any issues with it.
  4. I'll get one and report back my findings. How would I tell if it's helium-filled? Don't tell me it's tethered down by the USB cable
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Plex Media Server

    I just updated from within unRaid like any normal update. It's set to get the Lastest. Now mines at Version The PMS settings menu for me says 'DVR (Beta)'. Their video online just shows it as DVR. I did run the beta version last fall so figured it might be a leftover config setting causing that. I went ahead and setup HDHR Connect which went smoothly. After setup there was no outward sign of anything to do with Live TV with Plex Web. When using my iPhone it did play Live TV from the Program Guide menu.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Plex Media Server

    Your Plex client app, once signed in, should connect to Plex.tv to find out where your Plex Media Server is located. It then connects to that IP address, which is typically your routers WAN IP. Make sure your router port forwarding is allowing the Plex connections through. On my router I've set forwarding on port 32400 to connect to the IP of my unRaid server which is running the Plex Media Server Docker.
  7. There shouldn't be any reason to mount the docker.img file. Let unRaid handle writing to that file, just set it and forget it. Did you create a mount point on the hard drive to store the files? If not then I'd guess when you mapped the volume to mnt/appdata/minecraftos the system created a directory in RAM instead. When the power went out you would then loose whatever was in RAM.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Plex Media Server

    He's got it set as Host in previous picture. I'd completely remove Plex as well as it's container. Then from a command line run: docker rmi $(docker images -q --filter "dangling=true") Then reinstall the container. Wait a bit for the container to load. You can watch using the log by clicking the piece of paper looking icon to the far right of the plex container.
  9. I've been battling a similar issue for months. My drives are always spun down and I do everything from cache. Even when I watch a movie I copy it to cache first then spin the drive down. (wish that was an unRaid feature!) For some reason my reiserfs formatted drives (5 of them) will randomly spin-up for no reason. Some times all of them spin-up and other times just one or a select few. This happens frequently throughout the day. Even when system is "idle". There's nothing in the log. The stats do show a read took place for each spin-up. Unlike you however, it doesn't happen when going to settings though, just randomly. Oddly enough this only happens with my reiserfs formatted drives. I have 2 XFS drives that NEVER spin-up in this manner. It's extremely annoying and I haven't been able to track it down to a specific docker yet. And yes, I do run Cache Dirs. If you or anyone else finds the solution I'd greatly appreciate it.
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    Plex media over network

    Shutdown and restart the Plex docker.
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    Plex media over network

    You'd probably want to mount the remote NAS share using Unassigned Devices. Then map a container volume to it in your Plex docker setup. That way Plex can see it.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Sonarr

    It looks like your Host paths are not correct. SAB is putting the finished download in "/mnt/cache/downloads/complete/" but Sonarr is looking for it in "/mnt/cache/appdata/Download" Change the Sonarr path to the same you used in SAB so they both share the same mapped volume location. I don't use SAB myself, however, I don't think you'll need that "/mnt" volume mapped for any reason.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Plex Media Server

    Just restarted PMS to update to latest version. Watching the log file as it started I saw this AccessDenied error. Is it safe to ignore? Starting Plex Media Server. Starting dbus-daemon Starting Avahi daemon 6 3000 /config/Library/Application Support unlimited Dec 24 08:53:16 unRAID syslog-ng[123]: syslog-ng starting up; version='3.5.3' Dec 24 08:53:16 unRAID dbus[125]: [system] org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.AccessDenied: Failed to set fd limit to 65536: Operation not permitted Starting Avahi daemon
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    Request: Homebridge

    +1 this would be great!
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    network port redirection

    Also you might look into a reverse proxy. There are dockers available for unraid which provide that ability. Or you can use any number of web based services.

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