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Matt Zerella
Oct 7, 2002


hbag posted:

before i get another 70 posts about how im overcomplicating poo poo im going to preface this entire post by saying i have simplified everything and it is all now running on my pi, since apparently some people cant tilt their eyes upward to read anything other than the most recent post

right now sonarr is being a little poo poo and deciding sometimes it'll be accessible via port 8989 after a restart, and sometimes it'll act as if it wasn't even running (i've checked, the daemon is running)

I really want to help you and I'm glad you got your stuff fixed but what the gently caress is this poo poo?

Look into monit if you aren't dockerizing. It's a good simple way to make sure your devices stay up and running and you can probe TCP ports and set failure alerts.

I just checked and it's available on arm64.

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alexandriao
Jul 20, 2019

"What're quantum mechanics?"
"I don't know. People who repair quantums, I suppose."


hbag posted:

before i get another 70 posts about how im overcomplicating poo poo im going to preface this entire post by saying i have simplified everything and it is all now running on my pi, since apparently some people cant tilt their eyes upward to read anything other than the most recent post

no need to get salty, and I saw that and am glad u fixed it )

Rooted Vegetable
Jun 1, 2002



This is starting to make me want to donate to Linuxserver.io for their wonderful docker images.

Biowarfare
Nov 8, 2010

I JUST WISH THIS WAS A PONY SO I COULD JERK IT WHILE I PLAY WOW

But how do I run this in kubernetes?

Nitr0
Aug 17, 2005

IT'S FREE REAL ESTATE


This guy just pisses me right off man, like loving 10 yr old kid, but he was me back then, but I held my tongue.

Bank
Feb 20, 2004
I paid five bucks and all I got was this custom title.

poo poo, I was wondering why this bookmarked thread had so many g'drat responses to it all of a sudden.

Greatest Living Man
Jul 22, 2005

ask President Obama


hey guys ccan i get some invites

History Comes Inside!
Nov 20, 2004





Anyone got a recommendation for a good indexer to pair with Mylar?

Also why is Mylar such an unwieldy piece of poo poo compared to the equivalents for virtually any other thing? Just lack of interest leading to lack of developer really caring that much?

Silly Burrito
Nov 26, 2007

Thank you, Drew.


History Comes Inside! posted:

Anyone got a recommendation for a good indexer to pair with Mylar?

Also why is Mylar such an unwieldy piece of poo poo compared to the equivalents for virtually any other thing? Just lack of interest leading to lack of developer really caring that much?

Dog works pretty well with it.

Hughlander
May 11, 2005



History Comes Inside! posted:

Anyone got a recommendation for a good indexer to pair with Mylar?

Also why is Mylar such an unwieldy piece of poo poo compared to the equivalents for virtually any other thing? Just lack of interest leading to lack of developer really caring that much?

It isnít. Itís a fork of a common code base that lazy librarian and a music one also came from. A half dozen years back that was the state of the art. Itís just that then lidarr radarrsonarr came along.

disaster pastor
May 1, 2007



Hughlander posted:

It isnít. Itís a fork of a common code base that lazy librarian and a music one also came from. A half dozen years back that was the state of the art. Itís just that then lidarr radarrsonarr came along.

While this is true, it doesn't make me feel any better that I have tried three times and still can't get Mylar to recognize my existing collection, so I gave up.

Silly Burrito
Nov 26, 2007

Thank you, Drew.


disaster pastor posted:

While this is true, it doesn't make me feel any better that I have tried three times and still can't get Mylar to recognize my existing collection, so I gave up.

Have you tried the new Mylar3 (for python 3) fork? The old one was depricated last year sometime I think. Still looks the same but it's where active development is going.

wolrah
May 8, 2006
what?


hbag posted:

actually im starting to think its the fact i ticked the "let plex gently caress with your network to allow access from outside your LAN" thing
it was not this bad before
All that does is control whether Plex sets up a port forward via UPnP for remote access. That will not affect your internet performance at all unless you're actively streaming content to a remote location in which case it will obviously be using bandwidth.


hbag posted:

yeah i fixed it, turned out the issue was actually that the rootdisk had decided to fill itself with garbage and logfiles
setting up a cron job to clean up every so often now
Look in to logrotate, it's set up for most system logs by default on most distros and can automatically archive logs after a certain time or size and then delete the old ones as it goes.

That said if you have log files filling up your disk it's probably a good idea to look in to why. Either something desperately trying to tell you something's wrong or something is misconfigured and is running with debug-level logging that isn't needed. Excessive logging can impact performance, especially when running from a SD card, and will also wear out the flash faster. Automated cleanup/rotation is just working around the most visible symptom.

wolrah fucked around with this message at 15:20 on Apr 5, 2021

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hbag
Feb 13, 2021

CEO of Posting




wolrah posted:

That said if you have log files filling up your disk it's probably a good idea to look in to why. Either something desperately trying to tell you something's wrong or something is misconfigured and is running with debug-level logging that isn't needed. Excessive logging can impact performance, especially when running from a SD card, and will also wear out the flash faster. Automated cleanup/rotation is just working around the most visible symptom.

yeah im pretty sure its filling up with logs about a service i dont use anymore starting correctly so im gonna just turn that off

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