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    Hi,

    I begin a new post after reinstallation OMV 4

    My old sytem OMV 2.XX was crashed.

    i would rebuid my old pool who was on ZFS

    i 'm at the beginning :
    I installed SSL
    and follow this tuto :
    i have instaledl plugin OMVextra
    install promox kernel
    and remove the other kernel ( seems to be better to install ZFS )

    now : i'm on linux4.15 18-4

    but when i'm going in zfs section and try to create a new pool , i don't see the devices.
    but there are on disk section. ( i have 6 disks )

    1 Ask : it's the good way to refind my old pool on my several disks
    2 why i'm don't see the devices


    thanks for your helping to find my 6 Tera data :/
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    So I had an asymmetrical Raid1 as a basic file server. One drive was .5Tb and the other was 2Tb. I just replaced the .5 with another 2Tb, and I'm trying to resize the filesystem to match the new size.

    My issue is functionally identical to the one in this thread, so I followed the same instructions, ie forcing mdadm to resync to the max capacity. However now that it's completed, the webclient still is showing the former size, and the thread essentially stops after running this command. What do I need to do to get it the right size? My guess was to ssh into the system and run parted, but I figured there's a better way to do this.

    EDIT: After looking around on the forum, it looks like doing a Raid1 was a bad idea from the get-go (or at least should have been migrated at some point over the past couple of years). Since I have the old drive and no new data had been added, could I create a btrfs pool with the 2Tb drives, plug the old drive into my desktop, and copy everything over?

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*UPDATE DOCKER Pi-HOLE*

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    Quote from .H.: “yes, even i don't remember the pool's name ?” Não precisa lembrar, ele importa automático Mas tem que marcar as opções Enviado de meu ONEPLUS A5000 usando o Tapatalk
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    Quote from Nefertiti: “Well it was my question since the ip is now static in the omv network interface and assigned by me outside the dhcp scope in the omv first aid should I also assign it dynamic in the router? getting a little bit…
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    Quote from Mr.Grape: “Quote from geaves: “To assign a static IP address to something on your network it needs to be outside of the DHCP scope/range ” Hmmm Imho, no ... Or I misunderstand you. ;) Whether the address is static or dynamic does not depend on…
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    yes, even i don't remember the pool's name ?
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    Quote from geaves: “Quote from Mr.Grape: “No control in the Ethernet layer over the address where each end user could assign any IP address as static would be unacceptable ” That would not happen, this would be disabled using group policy and so…
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    Quote from Mr.Grape: “No control in the Ethernet layer over the address where each end user could assign any IP address as static would be unacceptable ” That would not happen, this would be disabled using group policy and so would a number of other…
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    @Nefertiti I have an idea, but I'm not sure of the Linux command to do this, what you need to do is to release the ip address in omv (on windows machine it's ipconfig /release from the command line) Then reset your static ip option on your router,…
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    Quote from geaves: “Can you SSH into the Pi? if you can you'll need the output from systemctl status networking.service journalctl -xe The other way to do this is to connect a keyboard and monitor to the Pi and run omv-firstaid and select option 1…
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    Quote from geaves: “Ok, your using the MAC address to fix the ip to a specific machine, this is not normal practise, at least not during my IT roles. When you set up dhcp you set a scope from h to y for the clients, you then set a reserved scope outside…