What are you running in Docker?

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Show us your docker configurations, setups, images and containers that make you happy. This is my current setup on 918+

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Bitwarden, sonarr, duplicati, qbitorrent
I love BW, not sure how I lived without it. Completly changed my way of password management. Atm I have 0 clue what my passwords are :D. Guess thats how its suppose to be.
 

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DDSM here as well for Nord needs. Works great.
 
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Transmission VPN, Jackett, Sonarr, Plex, Tautulli, Resilio Sync, Watchtower

Ubuntu:
Home Assistant, HA Dockermon, MySQL, Homebridge, NordVPN, Transmission, Portainer, Watchtower, Duplicati, Resilio Sync
 
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At this moment not that much in docker, but this will change soon.
 

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Nine containers are not much?! What’s your aim? :)
Don't know yet because I have a vps with downloaders, indexers, Plex en emby. if I can get Rclone working on my nas I can change from vps to nas for Plex. Why Rclone ? Because I have at this moment more then 35tb on google drive.
 
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Wow. That’s very sophisticated. You’re doing all of this on the 918?

I don’t use google drive, in fact I don’t use google as much as I can. Yes, I’m the guy with the tin foil hat :)
You say you have 35TB of your data on their servers?!
(I’m having an anxiety attack)
 
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Yes have that on their servers. Contains movies, series and music.
Hav also another NAs DS1819+ but no disks yet. Bought the nas last week second hand.
 
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Yes have that on their servers. Contains movies, series and music.
Ok. That’s not “data”. Give it to them. Dumb more of this and confuse their mining bots. More power to you.(y)
 
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Not even movies would I put on someone else's server like Google. Or Google can even create a profile of you with your movie preference...
 
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Google can’t see what’s on it because it is encrypted. After downloading with nzbget an encryption script is running and then copied to google drive. When I want to play this in Plex another script will decrypt the file temporary till the end of the movie or whatever. Passwords are stored on my vps and even these are encrypted. So google can’t see this.
 
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Not even movies would I put on someone else's server like Google. Or Google can even create a profile of you with your movie preference...
Or they can be asked to delete movies in the absence of ownership proof, or evidence of sharing. If I backup copywrited info I own, it goes up encrypted (including file/folder names). Simply, not worth the hassle, or as posited out here the profiling.
 
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These movies and series are now for more than a year on their servers and they didn’t see it. So this is a safe solution. The drive is also a paid version with domain name. And then you can put on the drive whatever you want as long you don’t share it.
 
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Google can’t see what’s on it because it is encrypted. After downloading with nzbget an encryption script is running and then copied to google drive. When I want to play this in Plex another script will decrypt the file temporary till the end of the movie or whatever. Passwords are stored on my vps and even these are encrypted. So google can’t see this.
Wow! I’m glad you’re on our side 😁
 
Google can’t see what’s on it because it is encrypted. After downloading with nzbget an encryption script is running and then copied to google drive. When I want to play this in Plex another script will decrypt the file temporary till the end of the movie or whatever. Passwords are stored on my vps and even these are encrypted. So google can’t see this.

You are intense, im impressed.
 
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My Docker now has:
  • Bitwarden
  • Bookstack
  • Let's Encrypt
  • MariaDB
  • Tiny Tiny RSS
  • PHPMyAdmin

Bitwarden is just perfect (and with TOTP enabled even more!).

Bookstack - to store personal notes, tutorials, guides to remember etc.

Tiny Tiny RSS - I used to use Inoreader (Pro license), but this is just a perfect alternative.


Planned:
  • Restya
  • Firefly III
 

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