Yes but it is a bad implementation of what already exists in the kernel. They should have used dm-cache under the hood. I've seen it break basically every software I've even been slightly involved in at one point.. (and seems like you might be able to add this one to that list? lol)
If it is another software with the issue because of that, I think it's time to have a strong talk to them since so many are spending money on unraid lol..
Maybe at the beginning it breaks the files and then they return or something, idk, not gonna try unraid or anything. Files disappearing is definitely no indexer's friend
This is probably the simplest tutorial, lvmcache uses dm-cache under the hood. https://forum.level1techs.com/t/lvmcache-a-simple-how-to/133247
It's weird that it took so long
You're using a raspberry pi 2...
I tried localhost
From the pi 2? Doesn't sound like it. That's extremely basic networking to know that wouldn't work. Your Pi address with the port should work if it's listening on all addresses. Probably should just set it to listen on everything like
0.0.0.0:2342 or whatever
different IP address in docker
yes that's docker's virtual network, not related to your "home network" and it isn't outside of it. It's a virtual network internal of docker which is inside of your pi which is inside of your home network
docker-compose logs --tail=25 -f) to get the logs and it seems like something is going wrong. This is popping up every second or so in the logs:
mariadb | 2021-06-18 16:15:02 141 [Warning] Access denied for user 'photoprism'@'172.18.0.3' (using password: YES)
sudo raspi-config. So either it chose to ignore the configured timezone or the logs really are two hours behind.