I had an issue with my 16gb flash drive running Rockstor filling up with logs Philxnet was kind enough to help me get the system back up and running. Unfortunately I believe the the original issue was one of my own creation and somehow I got my Rock-ons using my flash drive. To make a long story short, somehow in my turning off, and uninstalling of my rock-ons I have managed to bugger something up with them as well.
If I try to reinstall Lazy-librarian, NZBget or Transmission I go through the steps in the wizard and nothing happen, when I check the list of Rock-ons I see
lazylibrarian is an automated ebook downloader for NZB and Torrent.
Failed to install in the previous attempt. Here’s how you can proceed.
Check logs in /opt/rockstor/var/log for clues.
If the problem persists, post on the Forum or email email@example.com"
for each one I try to install, If I install a Rock-on for the first time it works fine. I have tried deleting shares and creating new shares but that hasn’t helped.
Once again I am out of ideas and asking for a helping hand.
Please note that in the ‘docker logs’ command above, you will need to adjust times accordingly to when you attempted the installation.
IE: If you attempted to install the Rockon 45 minutes ago, you would use
docker logs --since 50m --until 40m
It might be worth you attempting the installation of a Rockon again so that you can get an accurate fix on the timing.
Although you’ve already worked this out I’ll pop it in anyway.
This can happen if it’s still configured as the Rock-ons-root share, changing the Rock-ons service config to use another share first, then you should be able to delete the ‘old’ rock-ons-root share.
Well done sorting it out. And given no data or config should be on that share, reinstalling the Rock-ons while using the same config / data shares for each should leave each Rock-on back where it was. Hopefully.