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submitted 3 days ago* (last edited 3 days ago) by SomeBoyo@feddit.de to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

I currently have my instance running on my local network. I now have to expose it to the internet and want to use cloudflared for this. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to work.

I am using the default nginx config. Here is my docker-compose.yml https://pastebin.com/6awxsZn8

EDIT: adding network_mode: 'host' to cloudflared fixed it.

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I setup a new instance a week or two ago, and have some subscriptions to communities on lemmy.world. The logs for the Lemmy process are currently showing a constant flood of warnings for what look like ordinary activity (likes, creates, undos, etc). Here are two recent entries:

lemmy-1  | 2024-05-13T21:41:48.243217Z  WARN lemmy_server::root_span_builder: Unknown: 
lemmy-1  |    0: lemmy_apub::insert_received_activity
lemmy-1  |            with ap_id=Url { scheme: "https", cannot_be_a_base: false, username: "", password: None, host: Some(Domain("lemmy.world")), port: None, path: "/activities/announce/like/3a96d6df-3229-4e5a-a6d1-ce2f6f3ca3d5", query: None, fragment: None }
lemmy-1  |              at crates/apub/src/lib.rs:198
lemmy-1  |    1: lemmy_apub::activities::community::announce::receive
lemmy-1  |              at crates/apub/src/activities/community/announce.rs:153
lemmy-1  |    2: lemmy_server::root_span_builder::HTTP request
lemmy-1  |            with http.method=POST http.scheme="http" http.host=leftopia.org http.target=/inbox otel.kind="server" request_id=43212a7e-1c3c-4b6a-84d6-4cd6082af392
lemmy-1  |              at src/root_span_builder.rs:16
lemmy-1  | 2024-05-13T21:41:48.356594Z  WARN lemmy_server::root_span_builder: Unknown: 
lemmy-1  |    0: lemmy_apub::insert_received_activity
lemmy-1  |            with ap_id=Url { scheme: "https", cannot_be_a_base: false, username: "", password: None, host: Some(Domain("lemmy.world")), port: None, path: "/activities/announce/like/9f70cd5b-175a-4ac3-a852-322494f01981", query: None, fragment: None }
lemmy-1  |              at crates/apub/src/lib.rs:198
lemmy-1  |    1: lemmy_apub::activities::community::announce::receive
lemmy-1  |              at crates/apub/src/activities/community/announce.rs:153
lemmy-1  |    2: lemmy_server::root_span_builder::HTTP request
lemmy-1  |            with http.method=POST http.scheme="http" http.host=leftopia.org http.target=/inbox otel.kind="server" request_id=050271b4-2081-4264-936a-329d70374239
lemmy-1  |              at src/root_span_builder.rs:16

Tailing the Docker logs is like watching a torrent of these warnings, and I'm worried about the stress its adding to my fairly meager VM. Any tips on how to debug this? I'm proficient with Rust, so I'm willing and able to jump into the code if it'll help.

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submitted 1 week ago* (last edited 1 week ago) by leftofjillstein@lemmy.ml to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

Edit: updated title to add a question

I am looking at communities I am trying to follow on lemmy.world.

On lemmy.world account it shows a post was added 2hrs ago.

On lemmy.ml it shows that a post was added 2 months ago...

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Error trying to follow remote community (lemmy.cringecollective.io)

I am trying to follow !tenforward@lemmy.world from my self hosted instance. When I search for it on my instance (with the "All" tab selected) I get no results found. When I go to the community https://lemmy.world/c/tenforward, click subscribe, enter my instance name, I'm redirected back to my instance, but there's a "Cannot fetch !tenforward@lemmy.world" error in the UI, and in my server logs I see this:

     The webfinger object did not contain any link to an activitypub item
    0: lemmy_apub::fetcher::search::search_query_to_object_id
              at crates/apub/src/fetcher/search.rs:19
    1: lemmy_apub::api::resolve_object::resolve_object
            with data=Query(ResolveObject { q: "[!tenforward@lemmy.world](/c/tenforward@lemmy.world)" }) local_user_view=Some(REDACTED)
              at crates/apub/src/api/resolve_object.rs:19
    2: lemmy_server::root_span_builder::HTTP request
            with http.method=GET http.scheme="https" http.host=REDACTED http.target=/api/v3/resolve_object otel.kind="server" request_id=04b362f0-91fc-401c-bcbe-6a8317e0a768 http.status_code=400 otel.status_code="OK"
              at src/root_span_builder.rs:16```

Server OS:

Ubuntu Jammy

uname:

5.15.0-105-generic #115-Ubuntu SMP Mon Apr 15 09:52:04 UTC 2024 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Browser console errors:

None - Firefox 125.0.2 (64-bit) / Windows

Lemmy Server Version

BE: 0.19.3

Lemmy Instance URL

lemmy.cringecollective.io

This is only happening for some communities, for example, subscribing to this community worked fine, and I was able to subscribe to other communities on lemmy.world. (3dprinting@lemmy.world worked fine)

Any ideas why this is happening? Is this on my end?

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I've been trying to log in to my account but my password – which I have written down – is apparently not even long enough to be valid. I don't know when this started happening but the point is that I can't log back in.

I tried resetting my password but the email never came to me. I've tried multiple different emails, and have confirmed that the email is not only already in use (meaning that there is an account tied to it), but I've got a lemmy notification in my email inbox to show for it as well.

If anyone could help out and/or point me in the right direction, that would be greatly appreciated.

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Who deleted c/antipsychiatry and why? Or is it not deleted? The community has about 46k subscribers on Reddit

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I setup a new server a couple of days ago using the Ansible playbook, and some communities are federating successfully even though they're labeled as "subscribe pending", and others that are not populating even though they're labeled as "joined". See attached image.

Q1: What does "subscribe pending" mean? The Memes and Politics communities shown in the image were setup a couple of days ago, but the content is flowing despite them still saying "subscribe pending".

Q2: Why would a community be marked "joined" without the content flowing? I just subscribed to Lemmy Support about 15 minutes ago, and content doesn't seem to be flowing yet despite the status having quickly moved to "joined".

Q3: How can I check the status of things like this either in the database or in the logs? Looking for some general troubleshooting tips, since the logs for the lemmy Docker container are a bit spammy.

Here's something I noticed in the logs right after I initiated the subscription to lemmy_support:

lemmy-1  | 2024-05-06T22:28:43.257408Z  WARN lemmy_utils: error in spawn: Unknown: Failed to parse object https://lemmy.ml/c/lemmy_support/outbox with content {"error":"unknown","message":"Record not found"}: missing field `type` at line 1 column 48

I believe I saw this same issue when I first subscribed to Memes and Politics the other day. What's the best way to debug this?

Thanks in advance everyone, and thanks for all the amazing work.

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submitted 1 week ago by plz1@lemmy.ml to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

I use the darkly-compoact theme in the web interface for lemmy, here on lemmy.world. How can I get the blue and red colors for up and down vote to be higher contrast? As-is, the pastel blue is so close to the default grey that I end up thinking an upvote didn't register. I'd prefer not to have to install some browser script just for this, and that the theme just be more inclusive of people with vision issues such as color blindness or looking for higher contrast colors.

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submitted 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago) by yo_scottie_oh@lemmy.ml to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

EDIT: After discussing this on Matrix, I believe the answer is in the mod logs. The author of the post in question was issued a temporary ban in another community on lemmy.ml, which I suspect is affecting the display of this user’s content across all of lemmy.ml even though the post in question is in a different community from the one that issued the ban (which is kinda screwy tbh).

Description of the problem

The last several months, I've been trying to build up the community over at !caps@lemmy.world. It's going mostly well, but one thing that has me scratching my head lately is that when I'm browsing from lemmy.ml (i.e. https://lemmy.ml/c/caps@lemmy.world), which is 99% of the time, I can't see the most recent post. Oddly enough, the author is also from lemmy.ml, and I have previously interacted w/ the same user in the comments of older posts, so I know it's not a user-specific issue. I've double checked my profile settings and haven't blocked the community, instance, or user. This issue seems specific to lemmy.ml because I can see it when I browse to the community from other instances.

Any ideas why this could be happening and what I can do to resolve it? Thanks.

Steps to reproduce the issue

Actual result

The post is not there.

Expected result

The post should show up in the feed.

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submitted 2 weeks ago* (last edited 2 weeks ago) by raoulraoul@midwest.social to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

When either logged in at lemmy.ml or merely just visiting, I can't see the community !music@midwest.social, which does exist and is visible from (at least) midwest.social, lemmy.world and sh.itjust.works.

At the bottom of my posts (please see below Examples) there are three links to communities I'm involved in. From lemmy.ml clicking the first two links work correctly. !music@midwest.social doesn't.

When following a direct link to https://lemmy.ml/c/music@midwest.social it lands on an error page:

Error!

The server returned this error: couldnt_find_community. This may be useful for admins and developers to diagnose and fix the error

Refreshing the page multiple times, which usually resolves the problem on the first refresh, does nothing in this case.

Any insights? Thank you.

EDIT 2024-05-01, 19:33:20, CEST: after literally weeks and hundreds of tries (possibly thousands) https://lemmy.ml/c/music@midwest.social works. No longer do I see the error page. I theorize that previously I was the only one looking for that community on the lemmy.ml instance but maybe someone else saw this post, possibly @Nemo@midwest.social, and tried to browse !music@midwest.social, thus "propagating the federation"…?

Oh, the many mysteries of Lemmy, the Tupolev TU-144 of social media®.

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submitted 2 weeks ago by Dtw567@lemmy.ml to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

I recently created a private instance and I'm trying to make a mod in my community but when I add their name I receive the object not found error. I'm typing in the name as @(username)@(name of my instance).com. Am I doing something wrong or is there a fix to this error?

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submitted 2 weeks ago by aprentic@lemm.ee to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

Is there a way for me to get a list of all the posts I've liked/disliked?

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submitted 3 weeks ago by xnx@vger.social to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

I'm moving to try a different instance and want to export my blocks from my previous instance because i hate meme communities. the export settings option only exported my subscribed communities

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submitted 3 weeks ago* (last edited 3 weeks ago) by pro_grammer@programming.dev to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

Doesn't seem to make sense, shouldn't the file size be the only problem?

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Keyboard Navigation (lemmy.world)

Is there any official support for keyboard navigation, or failing that a recommended plugin/script? I'm just after some basic functionality to key through my feed, open posts, reply to them, jump through comments, etc.

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submitted 3 weeks ago* (last edited 3 weeks ago) by sleepybear@lemmy.myspamtrap.com to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

Hey all,

My personal home-hosted server ran out of disk space and so went offline while I was away and I didn't notice it for a week or two.

This meant that federation requests (or subscriptions requests) went offline and now most of the servers I'm federated with are lagging. I'm only getting updates from a couple.

Is there a way to trigger federated servers back to life so I get the subscription updates? Federation does seem to be working, given some servers seem to federate fine and this post was via federation and has worked.

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My lemmy account is on the programming.dev instance but I use newsboat for RSS reading of some lemmy.ml communities, along with browsing the local homepage of lemmy.ml and some other instances in a regular browser. Is there a way to do either of these things from the programming.dev instance so that I can easily comment on posts without having to manually locate the same post by browsing to /c/foo@lemmy.ml on my own instance?

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Here's the post in question: https://midwest.social/post/10123989

Which linked to my blog here: https://wumpus-cave.net/post/2024/03/2024-03-20-moores-law-is-dead/index.html

On my instance (midwest.social), this works fine. However, some other users were reporting a broken link, and I also see a broken link when using my mobile app (Summit). When it breaks, I see these calls in the server logs:

  • GET /api/v3/post?id=2024
  • GET /api/v3/comment/list?max_depth=6&post_id=2024&sort=Top&type_=All

Which appear to be Lemmy API calls with some of the actual link data built in.

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submitted 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago) by linucs@lemmy.ml to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

Would I receive notifications for new comments on posts I saved?

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I saw a community from feddit.de on lemmyverse.net which I wanted to explore but I got a server error opening the community. I thought it might be abandoned or deleted but feddit.de seems completely unreachable atm.

I also checked with multiple devices in case I would have been banned for some reason.

Does anyone know why that is the case? Have a good one.

Feel free to lmk if I need to ask this somewhere else.

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submitted 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago) by zabadoh@lemmy.ml to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

When I search for communities about animation on the web interface, I see one called !animation@lemmy.film

There has been no activity in the /c for 6 months.

It's not my native instance, but I can read posts and comments in the /c, and I can even create a post in the /c.

But when I try to visit http://lemmy.film in a browser, I get a "Web Server Is Down" page.

Is the content in !animation@lemmy.film a ghost of cached content on my native instance?

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Hello, I noticed some of my early posts (less than a year ago) disappeared. I did not receive notification about the removal. Hence I suppose it could be due to one of those:

  • the instance hosting the community got defederated
  • the community I posted in was removed
  • there is some automatic cleanup job of old posts on Lemmy.ml

This is not mentioned in Lemmy.ml's presentation section. Does this instance implement pruning? (if so; what is the retention duration?) Is it possible to check the retention policy of a Lemmy instance?

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Hello. Wondering if discussion around forced sterilization that has nothing to do with genetics will get me banned.

For example: if a pedophile rapes and impregnates a child they could be a candidate for forced sterilization.

Has nothing to do with eugenics. Completely void of using genetics to identify a person.

Thanks!

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submitted 1 month ago* (last edited 1 month ago) by notfromhere@lemmy.ml to c/lemmy_support@lemmy.ml

Hi all, a few weeks ago I started noticing a change to the active and hot sorting methods. They show stale topics and I miss the boat on conversations. Seems like something changed and just curious if it’s just me or if others are seeing this too?

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