How To Update Raspberry Pi OS, Openmediavault, Portainer & Docker Containers – Episode 20

9, May 2021 | Raspberry Pi Series | 1 comment

Today we are doing some housekeeping and updating our Raspberry Pi OS, Openmediavault, Portainer, and our docker containers to the latest versions.

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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. sbc

    I’m currently self hosting nextcloud and bitwarden on a raspberry pi from your series running docker though openmediavault and have just updated portainer and its showing a few errors I’m not sure if this is normal or a concern.

    2021/07/17 13:32:47 server: Reverse tunnelling enabled

    2021/07/17 13:32:47 server: Fingerprint c2:7a:”I’ve removed for security reasons”:82:2f

    2021/07/17 13:32:47 server: Listening on 0.0.0.0:8000…

    2021/07/17 13:32:47 Starting Portainer 2.6.1 on :9000

    2021/07/17 13:32:47 [DEBUG] [internal,init] [message: start initialization monitor ]

    2021/07/17 13:32:47 [DEBUG] [chisel, monitoring] [check_interval_seconds: 10.000000] [message: starting tunnel management process]

    2021/07/17 13:32:55 http error: Invalid JWT token (err=Invalid JWT token) (code=401)

    2021/07/17 13:32:55 http error: Invalid JWT token (err=Invalid JWT token) (code=401)

    2021/07/17 13:32:55 http error: Invalid JWT token (err=Invalid JWT token) (code=401)

    2021/07/17 13:32:55 http error: Invalid JWT token (err=Invalid JWT token) (code=401)

    2021/07/17 13:32:55 http error: Invalid JWT token (err=Invalid JWT token) (code=401)

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