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    Hi guys, here Kevin form Lima, Perú.
    Im using 3 differente NAS at home, at work and personal office.
    So, i have a proliant DL380 g6 with 1 disk 146gb for OS and 6 disk 146gb raid built in HP array utility for Data and a external seagate 4tb for backups.
    So what happen today is a fail disk of the raid, the led of the disk is orange, and i cant see anymore the shares in the raid, and im worried cause i make backups each week, so i lost a week of work.
    So, my question is, can i recover all data? can u tell me how? i rly need help!!!
    Thanks for your help, if im not in the correct topic, pls move to the right one.
    And sry for my rly bad english.
    Ty.
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    @'all
    Da mein Englisch gegebenenfalls nicht ausreicht möchte ich zunächst auf Deutsch mein Problem beschreiben.

    Ich habe es zunächst geschafft gehabt, nach dem Update von OMV 3 uaf OMV 4 Nextcloud erfolgreich am "laufen" zu halten. Leider hat zwischenzeitlich die Datenbank ein Problem gehabt, so dass ich mich entschieden hatte - auch um Altlasten zu beseitigen - OMV 4 auf einer neuen/frischen Platte zu installieren und sodann auch Nextcloud neu zu installieren.

    1. Problem
    NGINX wird mir unter Dienste nicht angezeigt, obwohl ich es wie beim letzten Mal nach dem Installation To Do installiert habe.

    2. Problem
    Nextcloud startet bei mir nicht. Im Installationsfenster habe ich einerseits einen Admin, nebst Passwort, die Datenbank und den Datenbank Admin (omvadmin) angegeben. Danach auf installieren gedrückt und dann ist nichts mehr passiert bzw. er ruft die Login Seite nicht auf.

    3. Problem
    Wenn ich dann versuche Nextcloud aufzurufen (Port ist freigegeben im Router, Zertifikat ist…
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    After installing a replacement router from my ISP, I cannot get a connection to OMV anymore.
    My NIC is detected succesfully (I'm using a PCI-E Realtek NIC), and OMV does get an IP address. However pinging it from another PC on the network does not work, the GUI and SSH are not available.

    When pinging from the CLI to the gateway, all packets time out. I've tried switching back to the onboard NIC, but that did not make a difference. I've already tried omv-firstaid to reset the network interface, that did not help.

    What can I try next?

    EDIT: OMV is visible in my router config page and on an android device scanner app (Fing). I added a picture of the ifconfig, arp and ethtool commands.

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The session timeout set to 0 does *not* disable automatic logout in general preferences

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  • flmaxey -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x (GIT/pre-alpha) Cannot view filesystem after creation.

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    Wait, I reviewed your screen shots and there may be a question of the order in which you're doing this. The correct order would be. 1. Wipe your disks 2. Create your RAID array 3. Then format the array with a file system. (which now appears as a…
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    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x (GIT/pre-alpha) Cannot view filesystem after creation.

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    Yep, just for a test. If you use ext4, the format is a minute or so for each drive. Then, enable smart and see what you have. The most important stat's to look at, in attempting to predict hard drive failure, are: SMART 5 –…
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    Liked gigan3rd’s post in the thread OMV 2.x My OMV hardware failed, how to access data?.

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    3T and 2T ext4 will work out of the box. For 2x1T to work, first make sure mdadm is installed on the computer you want to plug it in, then I believe this will work out of the box, too.
  • Linkito10 -

    Posted the thread OMV 2.x OMV Fail disk raid.

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    Hi guys, here Kevin form Lima, Perú. Im using 3 differente NAS at home, at work and personal office. So, i have a proliant DL380 g6 with 1 disk 146gb for OS and 6 disk 146gb raid built in HP array utility for Data and a external seagate 4tb for…
  • gigan3rd -

    Replied to the thread OMV 2.x My OMV hardware failed, how to access data?.

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    3T and 2T ext4 will work out of the box. For 2x1T to work, first make sure mdadm is installed on the computer you want to plug it in, then I believe this will work out of the box, too.
  • topi -

    Replied to the thread OMV 3.x The session timeout set to 0 does *not* disable automatic logout in general preferences.

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    Thanks votdev for diving into this issue. Following your suggestion, I took a look into /var/log/nginx/openmediavault-webgui_error.log and yes, I find several, repeating error messages there (see below). The permissions are: Shell-Script (7 lines) How…
  • creamsicle -

    Posted the thread OMV 2.x My OMV hardware failed, how to access data?.

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    I've experienced a hardware failure on my OMV server. I believe something along the lines of motherboard failure. My OMV ran on a USB drive, which I still have. I had four hard drives in my OMV: 3TB hard drive ext4 2TB hard drive ext4 2x 1TB hard…
  • CarstenK -

    Replied to the thread OMV 3.x Issue on usb backup configuration.

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    You're right; I didn't update for a longer time. Since there is no job shown on the GUI, how can I remove existing jobs?
  • drew_p13 -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x (GIT/pre-alpha) Cannot view filesystem after creation.

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    Quote from flmaxey: “If you want to stay in the GUI: - Try wiping both disks. Then set up a file system on each individual disk. - Enable smart. (Under Storage, SMART.) The status light is a rough indicator, but if you highlight the drive in…
  • drew_p13 -

    Liked flmaxey’s post in the thread OMV 4.x (GIT/pre-alpha) Cannot view filesystem after creation.

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    If you want to stay in the GUI: - Try wiping both disks. Then set up a file system on each individual disk. - Enable smart. (Under Storage, SMART.) The status light is a rough indicator, but if you highlight the drive in question and click the