[Fixed] Cannot load from mysql.proc. The table is probably corrupted

Something spoopy was going on in my database. All was working fine, but it kept spewing out the following error:

Cannot load from mysql.proc. The table is probably corrupted

So this was fixed by going into the database terminal and entering:

mysql_upgrade -u root -p

Make sure you have the root/privileged password ready. Depending on how many databases you have and how large they are; it can take a bit of time. Have patience.

ArchiveBox root issue in UNraid [FIXED]

Short version of:

Archivebox Docker superuser root issues

[!] ArchiveBox should never be run as root!

The INIT line is in case you set up this docker for the first time. If you already have entered the INIT command, I don;t think you have to do it again.

  1. Open the UNraid Terminal
  2. Enter
    cd /data
  3. Enter (Optional, see previous note)
    archivebox init
  4. Enter
    docker exec -it --user archivebox archivebox bash
  5. Enter
    archivebox manage createsuperuser


Credits to “emiliobool” for their comment on April 25, 2021 @ https://github.com/ArchiveBox/ArchiveBox/issues/395


Archivebox Docker superuser root issues

Since unraid forum is throwing a hissyfit with its captcha thing, I’ll just post it on my own website.


root@<containername>:/data# archivebox manage createsuperuser
[i] [2021-11-11 14:29:07] ArchiveBox v0.6.2: archivebox manage createsuperuser
> /data

[i] ArchiveBox should never be run as root!
For more information, see the security overview documentation:

Oh noes. Open the unraid console and type:

$ sudo docker exec -it --user archivebox <containername> /bin/bash

If you do not know the name of your docker, open the console panel of the archivebox docker and search in the url for “container=”. The number behind that is the name of your docker.

So your prompt looks like this:


Then run:

archivebox manage createsuperuser

Sauce: https://forums.unraid.net/topic/95296-run-docker-as-another-user/?do=findComment&comment=993988