I’d like to update the configuration of my Peertube instance (3.1.0 - Docker) through admin interface, unfortunately, I get error message when I click on « Update configuration »:
Should have a valid torrents cache size.
Should have a valid transcoding concurrency number.
Should have a valid transcoding 1440p resolution enabled boolean.
Should have a valid import concurrency number.
Should have a valid default trending algorithm.
Should have a valid array of enabled trending algorithms.
Should have a valid transcoding 1440p resolution enabled boolean
Don’t know where to update these settings as instance looks running well.
Please could you check if you have the same keys defined in your
default.yaml than https://github.com/Chocobozzz/PeerTube/blob/master/config/default.yaml?
Checked and looks similar regarding the keys present in
Anything else to check ?
default.yaml. But I don’t understand why your configuration is invalid, since non existing keys should default to the one in
Thanks for your precision.
So, I’ve updated some settings in
local-production.json file and settings have been updated in admin interface after
I tried to add
which was missing in this file (error Should have a valid torrents cache size.) but error is still present when I try to save configuration in WebUI.
I’ve downloaded the
default.yaml you mentioned and
diff with version I have on my machine: same file.
BTW, something I don’t understand:
In this screenshot, error message mentions something related to 1440p but I don’t have this resolution in the checkbox choice…
Okay I think I understand. Did you use
-v option with
docker-compose down when your upgraded peertube? See https://docs.joinpeertube.org/install-docker?id=upgrade. If no, the client build is still in old peertube version
And it works !!! Thank you !!!
I didn’t execute
docker-compose down with the
-v option during the last upgrade while it was written the documentation… missed that.
Sorry for wasting your time.
Again thank you !!!