docker permission errors
If you encounter errors like the one below when running the installer or the
permission denied while trying to connect to the Docker daemon socket at unix:///var/run/docker.sock:
It might indicate that you need to refresh your user permissions. This issue can typically be resolved by logging out of your server and then logging back in.
This problem arises because your user must be part of the
docker group to execute
docker commands without using
qBittorrent has suddenly lost its internet connection
Sometimes, Gluetun disconnects with no apparent reason. It usually comes back after a minute or so, but qBittorrent may not recover as expected.
A helpful workaround is to create a cron job that monitors the status of qBittorrent and restarts it if necessary.
To open your crontab, use the following command:
Now, paste the following line at the bottom:
* * * * * /usr/bin/docker exec qbittorrent curl -s https://am.i.mullvad.net/connected || /usr/bin/docker restart qbittorrent
This script will check every minute whether qBittorrent has an internet connection. If it doesn’t, the script will automatically restart it.
qBittorrent is not accessible
If you configured the VPN, go to Gluetun does not connect
Gluetun does not connect
After installing YAMS, there are instances when Gluetun fails to connect, resulting in qBittorrent becoming inaccessible.
To debug this issue, start by checking Gluetun’s logs:
docker logs -n 100 gluetun
This command will display the last 100 lines of the Gluetun logs.
Many of the issues arise due to misconfigurations in your VPN setup. Please review the documentation for your VPN by clicking here.
Review the logs to try and find a solution. If you require assistance, feel free to join our Matrix chat and ask for help!