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Help a nOOb with silly questions
First off, this is my first post. So right out of the gate I just want to say thank you for all the hard work done before I got here. Wow. I can not believe the work that's gone into this immense collection of containers. It has given me sleepless nights for a week now.

My environment as it stands today.
It's a home built server 
Intel i7-2600 @3.40GHz
24 Gig of RAM
ESXi 6.5.0
1 Gigabit NIC card
About 1.2 Terabytes of storage

The Docker server will run in Ubuntu 16.04LTS

My first question is concerning the docker-compose.yml file. Does it matter what order they are in? Here's how I have mine set up. If I'm missing an app here, shout out!! Please.

Install order
Transmission-VPN Because I hate ISP emails
Sonarr to find episodes
Jackett for Sonarr
Hydra2 search app for NZB indexes
NZBget to get the NZBs
Radarr for movies
Plex for obvious reasons.
Plex Email
Omni for fun
NetData for system resource monitoring
Watchtower to keep it up to date

Also I have a Synology DS1515+ NAS that's being used as the main storage for media so I'll have to map my media folders \\NAS\Media\Movies & \\NAS\Media\TV Shows to this Docker beast.

This has been soo much fun learning. I've run compose 5 times now!! I'm weak on my Linux and weaker on Docker but I'm learning! A LOT! People are starting to worry about me I think
Thank you for your help

Never mind. I found the answer in the web site I was using to do this project. 

Thank you for your help


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