Does CrashPlan still work in container?

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simonduz
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Does CrashPlan still work in container?

Post by simonduz » Sun Sep 20, 2020 10:46 pm

I recently got a new TS-453BE upgraded to 16GB RAM most recent firmware, and migrated from a TS-469L. Before I tackle my first container setup (CrashPlan) I was wondering if anyone can confirm CrashPlan working in QNAP container station with a similar setup. I have seen many posts on Git issue lists and some posts here on the forums that it may be broke for NAS and I understand CrashPlan is not going to support it.
Thanks in advance.

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Re: Does CrashPlan still work in container?

Post by xavierh » Mon Sep 21, 2020 8:33 am

simonduz wrote:I recently got a new TS-453BE upgraded to 16GB RAM most recent firmware, and migrated from a TS-469L. Before I tackle my first container setup (CrashPlan) I was wondering if anyone can confirm CrashPlan working in QNAP container station with a similar setup. I have seen many posts on Git issue lists and some posts here on the forums that it may be broke for NAS and I understand CrashPlan is not going to support it.
Thanks in advance.
This is the container that I have been using for a while. It works https://github.com/jlesage/docker-crashplan-pro

QNAP TVS-951x QTS 4.5.1.1480 build 20201108 OS Storage Pool: Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SSD x 4 (RAID 5), Data Storage Pool: WD WD30EFRX (Red) 3TB x 4 (RAID 5), 16GB RAM WD Easystore 10TB External USB 3.0 Services: SMB, Appletalk, QPKG: Container Station, HBS 3
QNAP TS-453A QTS 4.5.1.1480 build 20201108 Services: SMB, HBS 3
Network: UDM, UDM Beacon, Unifi 8 Port Switch x 3, Flex Mini Switch

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