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    Dear omv users,

    this is my first post so let me try to do it right:

    I have two Odroids HC2
    One as NAS and one acts as backup server with rsnapshot
    My system (on both):
    OMV_4_Odroid_XU4_HC1_HC2.img on a 16GB microSD with 1GB data disk

    Today I got following message from Monit:
    • Description: space usage 92.4% matches resource limit [space usage>85.0%]
    [IMG:https://cloud-base.org/index.php/s/jh6fafNUDJiTZEz]

    My backup server was temporarily not available last night.
    Is it possible that rsnapshot writes onto the root partition when it cannot find the mountpoint of the backup system?
    I just cannot find anything....???

    Does someone have similar issues - and a solution for it?
  • New

    Hello,

    after using OMV 2 for serval years on my Odroid XU4 I decided to prepare a new SD card with OMV4. I didn't want to do that if the root partition of my OMV2 wasn't suddenly full. Instead of the painful process of finding the root cause, I wrote OMV_4_Odroid_XU4_HC1_HC2.img.xz with Etcher on a new 32GB MicroSD and put it into my XU4.
    The blue LED blinks double, that's all. System doesn't boot. If I compare with my old SD card, previously there was a fat partition named boot and a linux partition. The new image contains two linux partitions, anything wrong with the image?
    Also I didn't find any other (older) image, wouldn't it make sense to keep older revisions?

    Thanks for your help in advance !

    Cheers,
    Christof
  • New

    Hello.
    I was using Nas4free for many years.After the usb flash it was booting from failed,i used xigmanas.But I was facing many problems,so I installed omv 4.
    After the installation on the usb drive I use,omv tries to boot from the wrong device.I can fix this by editing grub.But I have to edit it anytime I reboot the system.
    I'm not familiar with Linux/unix systems and command line usage.I want to make this change to the grub config permanent.How do I do that?
    Can I do it from the webgui?

    Best Regards
    Spyros

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  • Desertbum -

    Posted the thread OMV 4.x Monit alert: space usage 92.4% matches resource limit.

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    Dear omv users, this is my first post so let me try to do it right: I have two Odroids HC2 One as NAS and one acts as backup server with rsnapshot My system (on both): OMV_4_Odroid_XU4_HC1_HC2.img on a 16GB microSD with 1GB data disk Today I got…
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    Liked geaves’s post in the thread OMV 4.x How to save grub configuration..

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    Quote from Spyrious: “Can I do it from the webgui? ” You'll need to do this from the cli information here
  • Spyrious -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x How to save grub configuration..

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    Thanks I will read it. Can I ask one more thing? Shell in a box does not work.I get a Hmmm...can’t reach this page error. Thanks again
  • pierre2000 -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Resolved Error activating smb "The property 'nullpasswords' does not exist in the model 'conf.service.smb'.".

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    Ok similar problem here. It satrted when I tried to make a systemBU to USB. Had on WebGUI the same as described in the first thread. followed the procedure to empty the cache, no help. deletd the nullpassword entry completely in the config.xml after a…
  • Christian2 -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Disks missing under Performance statistics.

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    Hi, no one knows how to add drives under Performance statistics? Cheers Christian
  • mkc2lr -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Clean install of OMV 4 doesn't boot on XU4.

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    OK, so it's OK to have just 2 Linux partitions... I tried again the OMV2 SD card and also didn't get any response on the monitor. Now I found that the HDMI cable wasn't completely in. I'll rewrite the image and start over. I'M TOTALLY SORRY!!! My…
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Clean install of OMV 4 doesn't boot on XU4.

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    Quote from mkc2lr: “The new image contains two linux partitions, anything wrong with the image? ” Nope. There is no need for a FAT partition (the ODROIDs are not a RPi, only there FAT is needed) and as such there is just an ext4 boot partition and…
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Headless, automated backup of the system SD-card on RPi.

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    Quote from badda: “Source Code (1 line)” The problem with this attempt (or any use of dd or other tools running below the filesystem layer) is that the created image will most probably contain a lot of junk due to the way filesystems implement…
  • mkc2lr -

    Posted the thread OMV 4.x Clean install of OMV 4 doesn't boot on XU4.

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    Hello, after using OMV 2 for serval years on my Odroid XU4 I decided to prepare a new SD card with OMV4. I didn't want to do that if the root partition of my OMV2 wasn't suddenly full. Instead of the painful process of finding the root cause, I wrote
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Headless, automated backup of the system SD-card on RPi.

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    Quote from macom: “Only with the amd64 ” Yeah, there it will work by following the instructions and installing/updating GRUB will do the trick. But by looking at the situation with SBC and each and every ARM SoC family implementing a very own boot…