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jgitwhat
@jgitwhat
Hi all, I have ansible-nas up and running and loving it so far. I was looking for more clarity on exactly what the inventory file is for. on the installation steps number 7 says Copy inventory.dist to inventory and update it. Can someone point me to where I can find info on what updates can be done?
Eric Drechsel
@edrex

hi all, I'm preparing to replace nextcloudpi on a couple of ARMV7 (Odroid HC1) NASes with something Ansible-based, and cribbing off this build seems like possibly the best way forward.
Seems like the obstacles to an ARM port are:

  • Lack of developers
  • Some (many?) of the used docker images may not have ARM versions

I'd like to try to get the core services running (monitoring+logging etc) maybe in a fork. I'm curious if anyone else has dug in with this or has enough interest to push together. Does this topic get raised weekly?

jgitwhat
@jgitwhat
@eevangelou Still stuck? see: https://davidstephens.uk/ansible-nas/zfs/zfs_configuration/ From my understanding the intent is to let you set up your NAS with the filesystem you choose. The link shows you how to set up a freeNAS compatible zfs which would allow you to import an existing freeNAS share in the event you are migrating from freeNAS.
steve-oconnell
@steve-oconnell
Just wondering if anyone is using Duplicati to backup Nextcloud? It seems like it'd be possible to expose the Nextcloud bind to Duplicati, but the Nextcloud docs suggest that it should be put in to maintenance mode during the backup which seems harder to co-ordinate.
jgitwhat
@jgitwhat
@steve-oconnell, I just rsync my whole raid and call it a day.
JelleDeVos
@JelleDeVos
Any idea?
Ghost
@ghost~5d5b637ad73408ce4fc8ca7d
hi all
umm was there something to put in inventory?? i got the basics enabled docker, and nfs not much more
also i'm hoping to put pi-hole running dhcp in docker my setup is dhcp right now
no zfs on my setup ext4
Ghost
@ghost~5d5b637ad73408ce4fc8ca7d
@jgitwhat i just did a dir and then cp inventory.dst inventory
@jgitwhat thats a space between orig name and new after cp
@JelleDeVos > how did you get that name/url???
FPMilan
@FPMilan
Hi there! Thinking about switching to ansible-nas but am worried about the zfs pool integration. Currently I have a linux machine running from a stick and a zfs pool which is mounted. Do I have to some prerequisites before switching the os? Or can I just plug in a stick with ubuntu and remount my old pool? Thanks for any help!
Lorro
@Oggle_kid_twitter
Hi all
First of all thanks for all the hard work that's gone into this. I am interested in firefly, but am just getting a http 500 error when browsing to the hostname:dockerport. Are there any other docker images that are needed for this one to work?
@FPMilan have you seen what @jgitwhat mentions a bit further up...
https://davidstephens.uk/ansible-nas/zfs/zfs_configuration/
sammaes
@sammaes
@JelleDeVos did you find a solution? Having the same problem I think
FPMilan
@FPMilan
Hi, thanks for the help ( @Oggle_kid_twitter ). I now installed it in a VM. For Wallabag no stylesheets are loaded and for Firefly 3 the connection is rejected with html error code 500. Anybody who had the same or can help?
Lorro
@Oggle_kid_twitter
@FPMilan I've tried with the script and with docker compose that I can't get firefly to work.
I'm glad it's not just me. Looking at the logs through portainer showed me some bits but I've not yet got to the end of the rabbit hole. I'm quite new to docker, so that doesn't help!
Micim987
@Micim987
Hey so I'm trying to get Ansible-NAS to work in a VM before I deploy it to my server but I keep running into an issue. I posted more about it on issue #115 but basically I can't get past "Ensure Docker is started and enabled at boot." because it errors out saying "Start request repeated too quickly." The playbook is running from root but the container storage is set to /tank/docker which is a ZFS pool. Any ideas?
FPMilan
@FPMilan
@Oggle_kid_twitter I opened an issue for that (ID 120)
JelleDeVos
@JelleDeVos
@sammaes Yeah, in your all.yml, past the line where it says you shouldn't need to change anything beyond this line, you have the option to set externally_available to true for all applications. Default they're false, and not accessible from outside the network.
@themoddingden I earned it. :p
By the way, do most people here use sickbeard/couchpotato over sonarr/radarr? I had to change the configuration of the drive mappings in order to get nzget/sonarr & radarr working right.
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David Stephens
@davestephens
jeez i'm behind
@edrex i have a working raspberry pi build on my laptop, i've not pushed it though as it's mosdef a WIP...the basics run though!
@jgitwhat the inventory file is where you set what computer you want to target with ansible-nas playbook - you'd enter the hostname or IP in there
David Stephens
@davestephens
@Oggle_kid_twitter @FPMilan I think I've sorted the Firefly issues - pushed up some commits for it today. Shout if it's not working for you!
Lorro
@Oggle_kid_twitter
@davestephens thanks for what you've done - will have to pull the updates and try later in the week. I have grown to love portainer - which I'm only using because of your scripts.
FPMilan
@FPMilan
@davestephens thanks! I will be able to try it only next weekend but looking forward
Lorro
@Oggle_kid_twitter
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looking good.
thanks @davestephens again.
(apologies for a lack of imagination on the server name!)
Morten Heiberg
@heiberg
Hi! Brand new user here, so apologies if this is just me holding it wrong... It looks like there is an inconsistency in the directory name for completed downloads. NZBGet, CouchPotato, and Sickchill default to {{ downloads_root }}/completed, but Radarr, Sonarr and Transmission use {{ downloads_root }}/complete (no trailing d).
That could be why @JelleDeVos had to tweak the path in their Aug 26 message above.
If this is indeed the case I'm happy to submit a PR. Just let me know if you prefer complete or completed.
This project is amazing, btw! :raised_hands: :fire:
JelleDeVos
@JelleDeVos
@heiberg Yup, same.
Morten Heiberg
@heiberg
After some experimentation last night it looks like Sonarr itself is going to append /completed to whatever path is mounted as /downloads for that container. At least when using NZBGet as the downloader. So there might be two things wrong here.
  • The complete in sonarr.yml does not match the completed used by NZBGet
  • Even if we change it to mount NZBGet's completed downloads directory into /downloads then Sonarr will look in /downloads/completed. Effectively looking in {{ downloads_root }}/completed/completed which obviously doesn't exist.
So mounting the top level downloads dir is the way to go.
JelleDeVos
@JelleDeVos
Yeah, again, just remove completed like in the screenshot I posted above and Nzbget/Sonar & Radar have been working flawless for weeks since then.
Morten Heiberg
@heiberg
:100: That screenshot was a huge help. :pray:
Koen Vervloesem
@koenvervloesem
Hi @davestephens do you have an opinion about this issue? davestephens/ansible-nas#128 I think I'll have some time soon to test this and create a pull request
danielstaf
@danielstaf
Hi all!Just getting to know ansible-nas and it looks really promising for me moving from freenas. Stumbled into the choice between having my docker_image_directory on redundant zfs for or just on my system drive. Do the images contain any state or preferences or can I just download them again if they are lost?
Morten Heiberg
@heiberg
You should be able to just update/replace/redownload the images (the Watchtower service will even do that for you). Look in the docker_home directory for preferences and config files. Some of the containers have additional volumes attached, but it looks like that's all transient data. Transcode state for Plex, a /tmp for Traefik, logs for Tautulli etc.
A great way to see what goes where for each container is to enable Portainer. Then inspect the container and see which volumes and directories are mounted into it.
Morten Heiberg
@heiberg
Speaking of Traefik, the current latest image was recently updated from 1.7 to 2.0, which the config files are not ready for. I applied the change from this PR by hand to get it going again this morning. davestephens/ansible-nas#132 ... Thanks @koenvervloesem !
Koen Vervloesem
@koenvervloesem
Yeah, I figured someone else would bump into the same problem as me :)