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Error in command line:the argument for option '--serverUuid' should follow immediately after the equal sign #110
I'm running this on kubernetes, might be the issue.
Settings for my deployment.
I'm using fuse for my media mounts and they are working fine.
Thanks, team linuxserver.io
So - at least my specific problem I've been able to solve. I needed to unregister the server from the plex account, set it up a bit (next next next and pick a new name), and then claim it back to my plex account.
Heys guys, Sorry I didn't get back with you. I ran this setup on a kubernetes for a month or 2. By the time everyone asked for help I didn't have it set up and couldn't remember how I did it.
@yonatanp is right, you have to tunnel into the server and access it from 127.0.0.1/localhost in order to "claim it". If you don't you will be able to log into the server but only see other plex servers you already have, not the new one you wish to claim.
Good instructions can be found here https://forums.plex.tv/discussion/294843/unable-to-claim-server