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PostgreSQL 12 is a powerful, open source object-relational database system. Uses official Postgres Docker image @ https://hub.docker.com/_/postgres/ Configuration /mnt/cache/appdata/postgresql12 This is where Postgres will store it's data. For best performance, keep the files on cache drive. Port 5432 Default connection port POSTGRES_PASSWORD Superuser password. REQUIRED TO SET, otherwise connecting outside container will not be possible. POSTGRES_USER Username for the superuser. Defaults to postgres if not set. POSTGRES_DB Used to define different name for default database. Defaults to user if not set.

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PostgreSQL 13 is a powerful, open source object-relational database system. Uses official Postgres Docker image @ https://hub.docker.com/_/postgres/ Configuration /mnt/cache/appdata/postgresql13 This is where Postgres will store it's data. For best performance, keep the files on cache drive. Port 5432 Default connection port POSTGRES_PASSWORD Superuser password. REQUIRED TO SET, otherwise connecting outside container will not be possible. POSTGRES_USER Username for the superuser. Defaults to postgres if not set. POSTGRES_DB Used to define different name for default database. Defaults to user if not set.

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PostgreSQL 14 is a powerful, open source object-relational database system. Uses official Postgres Docker image @ https://hub.docker.com/_/postgres/ Configuration /mnt/cache/appdata/postgresql14 This is where Postgres will store it's data. For best performance, keep the files on cache drive. Port 5432 Default connection port POSTGRES_PASSWORD Superuser password. REQUIRED TO SET, otherwise connecting outside container will not be possible. POSTGRES_USER Username for the superuser. Defaults to postgres if not set. POSTGRES_DB Used to define different name for default database. Defaults to user if not set.

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PostgreSQL 15 is a powerful, open source object-relational database system. Uses official Postgres Docker image @ https://hub.docker.com/_/postgres/ Configuration /mnt/cache/appdata/postgresql15 This is where Postgres will store it's data. For best performance, keep the files on cache drive. Port 5432 Default connection port POSTGRES_PASSWORD Superuser password. REQUIRED TO SET, otherwise connecting outside container will not be possible. POSTGRES_USER Username for the superuser. Defaults to postgres if not set. POSTGRES_DB Used to define different name for default database. Defaults to user if not set.

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This is the Prometheus you already know and love, but with an easy way to configure the retention time for the data you collect. The default value for retention time is 15 days, but there is no way to change this in the config file. This value can only be set with a flag at startup. This image allows you to configure the retention time using an environment variable and allows for other startup flags to be added later if needed. For more info on the storage-related startup flags, see: https://prometheus.io/docs/prometheus/latest/storage/#operational-aspects

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pterodactyl-daemon

Game Servers, Network ServicesManagement

Pterodactyl is an open-source game server management panel built with PHP 7, React, and Go. Designed with security in mind, Pterodactyl runs all game servers in isolated Docker containers while exposing a beautiful and intuitive UI to end users. Find a guide on how to get this up and running at https://docs.ibracorp.io

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pterodactyl-panel

Game Servers, Network ServicesManagement

Pterodactyl is an open-source game server management panel built with PHP 7, React, and Go. Designed with security in mind, Pterodactyl runs all game servers in isolated Docker containers while exposing a beautiful and intuitive UI to end users. Find a guide on how to get this up and running at https://docs.ibracorp.io

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Simple puppet master docker based on Centos7 # docker-puppetmaster Docker image for puppet server v5 designed to run on unraid If you want the 3.5 version please use docker-puppetmaster:v3 which is currently using puppet 3.5.7 This is super basic, you have to map /etc/puppet and /etc/puppet/ssl as the confdir and ssl dir You must have the conf directory setup, it will not be populated - map to /etc/puppetlabs/puppet You must have the code directory setup, it will not be created - map to /etc/puppetlabs/code However an empty SSL directory is fine, puppet will set this up. Also include puppet-lint in case you want to check in the docker container. Also includes perl for a script I run on puppetmaster for staggering puppet run times.

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A container management platform built for organizations that deploy containers in production. The docker version of Rancher cannot be made HA (Highly Available), however the clusters it creates can be. It is also possible to connect to and use clusters created by rancher when it is down. Useful as a management interface for deploying, scaling, and editting apps on other systems. (in the cloud, a raspberry pi cluster, vms running k3os, etc.) Perfect for running and managing the apps that you'd rather not go down while maintaining your server.

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This plugin adds RCON to your unRAID server and enables your to connecto to various servers who are following the RCON protocol standard. Simply issue 'rcon -h' from an unRAID Terminal and you get an overview on how to connect. A basic connection command will look like this: 'rcon -a RCONIP:RCONPORT -p PASSWORD' to end the connection press CTRL + C. ATTENTION: The RCON protocol transmits everything un-encrypted (including your password!). Therefore it is strongly recommended to not connect to RCON over the internet rather it is recommended to use a VPN or SSH if you want to connect to a foreign server over the internet. Source: https://github.com/n0la/rcon

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Smokeping(https://oss.oetiker.ch/smokeping/) keeps track of your network latency. For a full example of what this application is capable of visit UCDavis(http://smokeping.ucdavis.edu/cgi-bin/smokeping.fcgi).

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Snipe-it(https://github.com/snipe/snipe-it) makes asset management easy. It was built by people solving real-world IT and asset management problems, and a solid UX has always been a top priority. Straightforward design and bulk actions mean getting things done faster.

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This tool will continuosly run Speedtests at the chosen interval and export the data to InfluxDB. <br> <br> What makes this different is that it's using the Ookla CLI tool which provides some expanded details that you can use to tag your Influx Data. <br> <br> An example of the dashboard I made in Grafana can be found at https://grafana.com/grafana/dashboards/13053. <br> <br> <strong> This container only includes the scripts to run the speedtests and export to Influx. InfluxDB must be installed seperatly. I welcome feedback or additional improvements. Please open an issue on the project page. </strong><br>

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This is a Dockerfile for Splunk designed for OpenShift and unRAID based on Alpine Linux - https://www.splunk.com If you run the Dockerfile with no arguments you will get a single instance of Splunk 9.0.3 with the user admin:changeme2019. The web interface is exposed on port HTTP/8000, data ingest on TCP/9997, and API on HTTPS/8089. Compatible with Splunk 7.1.0 and newer.

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It's MS SQL Server... on Linux... who would have thunk it?!? Uses Official images for Microsoft SQL Server based on Ubuntu @ https://hub.docker.com/_/microsoft-mssql-server/ Database Storage Path: SQL Server data storage, defaults to cache drives for best performance. TCP Access Port - SQL Server TCP port, defaults to 1433. Accept End-User License Agreement - End-user License Agreement, REQUIRED. Sysadmin Password - SQL Server Sysadmin (sa) password, defaults to ChangeMe! if not changed.

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It's MS SQL Server... on Linux... who would have thunk it?!? Uses Official images for Microsoft SQL Server based on Ubuntu @ https://hub.docker.com/_/microsoft-mssql-server/ Database Storage Path: SQL Server data storage, defaults to cache drives for best performance. TCP Access Port - SQL Server TCP port, defaults to 1433. Accept End-User License Agreement - End-user License Agreement, REQUIRED. Sysadmin Password - SQL Server Sysadmin (sa) password, defaults to ChangeMe! if not changed.

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It's MS SQL Server... on Linux... who would have thunk it?!? Uses Official images for Microsoft SQL Server based on Ubuntu @ https://hub.docker.com/_/microsoft-mssql-server/ Database Storage Path: SQL Server data storage, defaults to cache drives for best performance. TCP Access Port - SQL Server TCP port, defaults to 1433. Accept End-User License Agreement - End-user License Agreement, REQUIRED. Sysadmin Password - SQL Server Sysadmin (sa) password, defaults to ChangeMe! if not changed.

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An easy to use Status Page for your websites and applications. Statping will automatically fetch the application and render a beautiful status page with tons of features for you to build an even better status page.

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Statping-ng

Network ServicesManagement, Web

Statping-ng aims to be an updated drop-in replacement of statping after development stopped on the original fork. An easy to use Status Page for your websites and applications. Statping will automatically fetch the application and render a beautiful status page with tons of features for you to build an even better status page.

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TasmoAdmin is an administrative Website for Home Automation Devices flashed with Tasmota (PLEASE Stop this container while not in use and during Tasmota upgrades) (https://github.com/arendst/Tasmota). Video Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJUhRyi3-BQ

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UniFi-API-Browser

Network ServicesManagement

The API Browser lets you pull raw, JSON formatted data from the API running on your UniFi Controller. Connecting to Multiple UniFi Controllers: Unifi-API-Browser supports multiple controllers. To use them create a copy of 'users-tempalte.php' and 'config-template.php' and mount them as volumes at '/app/config/config.php' & '/app/config/users.php'

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unifi-controller-reborn

Network ServicesManagement, Tools / UtilitiesUtilities

The Unifi-controller(https://www.ubnt.com/enterprise/#unifi) software is a powerful, enterprise wireless software engine ideal for high-density client deployments requiring low latency and high uptime performance.

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Collect ALL UniFi Controller, Device and Client Data - Export to InfluxDB or Prometheus. Visualize with Grafana using included dashboards IMPORTAT! ACTION REQUIRED As of UniFi Poller version 2 all of the environment variables and config file format changed. You must reconfigure this container after you upgrade READ THE INSTRUCTIONS https://github.com/unifi-poller/unifi-poller/wiki/Configuration

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Unimus is a multi-vendor network device configuration backup and management solution, designed from the ground up with user friendliness, workflow optimization and ease-of-use in mind. https://unimus.net/ https://wiki.unimus.net/display/UNPUB/Running+in+Docker

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This is an all-in-one Alpine Linux based Docker image for running the Ubiquiti Network Management System. This image contains all the components required to run UNMS in a single container and uses the s6-overlay for process management. The container can be accessed via HTTP with port 6080 or HTTPS 6443. UNMS Setup: Access the container and walk through the initial setup wizard of adding the username/passwords and devices to be monitored.