Having a couple issues, I just found out about Ubooquity today and so far I love it outside of these issues.
- Random server drops: Basically every 30 mins to 1 hour the server goes down and I can't access it anymore, need to SSH in and rerun "java -jar Ubooquity.jar --remoteadmin" to start it back up again.
- Server just factory reset itself, I have been adding my libraries one at a time, which are stored on a NAS that I mount to the CentOS VM through fstab. So I would add one, reboot (to ensure that the mount did mount at boot) then organize the files, etc. and then add another. After about 3 libraries I rebooted once more, then when I went to the admin page it prompted me to setup my admin password again... Did so and all my settings, users, everything was gone, was like a fresh install. This wasn't after every reboot mind you, just the 3rd one. But now I'm nervous to reboot again.
- Anyway to get this to autostart on boot?
Running on CentOS 7 VM on ESXi host, doubt the issues are related, but just in case. This was a fresh install of the CentOS minimal install, no GUI (which is why I'm using --remoteadmin), only other thing installed on this VM is Java 1.8.0 and openssh.
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