Fix Common Problems Part 2 & NGINX Proxy Manager MariaDB Repair – Episode 22

23, May 2021 | Raspberry Pi 4 Series | 2 comments

Today we are going to be continuing from Episode 21 and show you how to fix the problems we came across in that episode.

We will start by explaining why we encountered a problem with Portainer pulling down excessive amounts of container images which ended up filling up the whole of our 120gb SSD root partition.

We will then look at a problem you guys have reported with NGINX Proxy manager where the NGINX Proxy manager app stops communicating with the Mariadb. We have updated Episode 6 with the fix and all the commands to run in the terminal so please go to that page to get the commands.


We won’t be going into detail in this blog post As there is too much to cover. Please watch our YouTube video above to find out how to do it all.

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  1. Jeroen

    Hi I learnt a lot of your video’s almost everything works.
    I got only a problem with the “nginx_db_1 it keeps on saying that it doesn’t support dates after 2038”

    [i] mysqld already present, skipping creation

    [i] MySQL data directory not found, creating initial DBs

    289517-06-04 3:43:37 0 [ERROR] This MySQL server doesn’t support dates later than 2038

    [i] Creating database: jbspro

    [i] with character set: ‘utf8’ and collation: ‘utf8_general_ci’

    [i] Creating user: aika with password hacker2008

    550968-05-19 1:40:08 0 [ERROR] This MySQL server doesn’t support dates later than 2038

    /scripts/run.sh: ignoring or entrypoint initdb empty /docker-entrypoint-initdb.d/*

    MySQL init process done. Ready for start up.

    exec /usr/bin/mysqld –user=mysql –console –skip-name-resolve –skip-networking=0

    289517-06-19 7:52:09 0 [ERROR] This MySQL server doesn’t support dates later than 2038
    This is my log. What I try to do is install the arm32v7 version instead of the “normal” and try to install from scratch to install Debian, OMV, docker en portianer.
    Without any results can you help me with this problem?

    I’m installing the apps on a Raspberry pi CM4 with 32 GB memory on board.

    Kind regards,


    • Addicted2Tech

      To fix, edit this line in the stack.
      image: ‘yobasystems/alpine-mariadb:latest’
      to be
      image: ‘yobasystems/alpine-mariadb:10.4.17-arm32v7’

      This should fix the date issue. Let me know. 🙂


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