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  1. Cessquill

    UPS - Emerson Liebert?

    Fair play, thanks. I don't want that! I'll stick with CyberPower.
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    UPS - Emerson Liebert?

    Hi - I'm racking my stuff properly and figured on replacing my CyberPower UPS with something rackable. https://www.ebuyer.com/222063-emerson-liebert-ps750rt3-230-psi-line-interactive-ups-750va-675w-ps750rt3-230 This cropped up in my search, and didn't know whether it would work with unRaid, and whether they're any good?
  3. Posted similar here... Several dockers have stale browser detection, but I don't know whether unRaid has a system to stop background calls from dockers/plugins.
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    [Plug-In] unBALANCE

    Is it worth putting something in the first post of this thread about potential https issues?
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    [Support] binhex - NZBGet

    Scroll to the top of this page / tail end of previous. Long story short, it's a known issue with NZBget. Easiest solution is to install earlier version until an update is released (instructions above).
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    [Support] binhex - NZBGet

    Logically, I didn't think unRaid would raise a notification, since I'd gone off piste. I kept your page full of builds open and will refresh (or look at the above link). Tried to hold out as long as I could. Thanks for getting back to me
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    [Support] binhex - NZBGet

    I've not rolled back to a previous version before, so forgive the basic question... Is there still a notification when a new version comes out if you're no longer on latest, or do you have to keep an eye out?
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    [Plug-In] unBALANCE

    You could back up, remove files, make sure Appdata share is set up on new drive then restore? Like a lot of users on here I'm from when unRaid was just a NAS. Then came cache, then came dockers, and I upgraded as i went. Downside, there are pockets of scenarios now that might not be logical or documented as you'd expect. Upside, there is lots of help.
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    [Plug-In] unBALANCE

    Appdata has different permission requirements than regular data - you don't want to change them with new permissions. And it's normally stored on the cache drive (I assume you're not running a cache?)
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    [Plug-In] unBALANCE

    Not sure whether it's the right thing to do, but when I did similar I opened up Midnight Commander from the command line and manually moved all those which this plugin was going to do. When it warns about existing files, overwrite all. My logic was that the masters of the file still live on the from disk, and I couldn't be sure which duplicate(s) were unfinished). That is, if you still want to move from and to the same drives.
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    [Plug-In] unBALANCE

    This. From my experience, the files don't get removed until the end. Moving is technically a copy and delete, and is so in case of mid-move failure (that's my understanding at least). If there are several stages listed in the unbalance list, it might clear at the end of each one - can't recall.
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    [Plug-In] unBALANCE

    Ooh! I didn't know that - that's handy.
  13. Cessquill

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - DuckDNS

    I mainly use it to connect via VPN, by which time I've got access to the full system. However, if I'm not on a machine with VPN, some containers are available so I can still do some things.
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - DuckDNS

    If you need to connect to any of your services from outside your home, you connect to your duckdns address. Duckdns makes sure it's always pointing at your home IP address by updating its IP periodically (since your ISP will likely change your IP address every now and then). You'd need to configure your router/system, but some use cases might be... Access your files via FTP Connect to your network over a VPN Host website on your home network and/or Access docker interfaces remotely (eg, Sonarr, Radarr, Deluge, etc.) This is all about accessing your home from a remote location (whereas when you set up the delugeVPN, that's dealing with traffic leaving your house). Unless you're lucky enough to have a fixed IP address supplied by your ISP, it will change. Duckdns tracks it and gives you an address that always points to your home (when the log says it's updating the IP , it's updating the one that Duckdns uses to match the one that you've already got).
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    [Plug-In] unBALANCE

    FWIW, the link takes me to the secure page just fine.

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