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    Hello all,

    I understand that NTFS is highly not recommended for OMV (which I love so much, thank you for building this software for us). I still want to try it out because I have several hard drives (NTFS) filled with contents. I want to plug them into my OMV server and start using it.

    Can someone please let me know how to make OMV support NTFS please.

    Thank you very much for your time!

    Your help is greatly appreciated!

    My future drives will be formatted as EXT4 or whatever OMV recommended.
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    Hello.
    I have a problem.
    One of my hard drive is dead...
    I have remove it physically because system blocking at bios.
    I have replace it by another but i have some problem.
    I can't remove thr old hard drive from from web console.
    In journalctl i have this :

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    1. device: Job dev-disk-by\x2dlabel-DD2ToMed.device/start timed out.
    2. oct. 18 10:04:51 OMV-OCTOGONE systemd[1]: Timed out waiting for device d
    3. ev-disk-by\x2dlabel-DD2ToMed.device.


    How to remove it manually ?
    If i change some parameters in shared folder i can push button apply but error message appear :

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    1. Failed to execute command 'export PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/sbin; export LANG=C; systemctl restart 'sharedfolders-BACKUP\x2dPC\x2dMED.mount' 2>&1' with exit code '1': A dependency job for
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    I have 2 users with the same permissions. One works and the other doesn't. with the second user I can write files but I cant copy files to a local system. When I do I get the following error "If the location is on a network, make sure you're connected to the network or internet, and then try again. If the location still can't be found, it might have been moved or deleted. " I am running 4.1.12
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    Hi.
    I have not spent two days searching for an answer in this and other forums, but have not managed to find a solution. Now I am desperate. :S

    I have a system with a 120 GB SSD drive were OMV has allocated 40 GB space (/dev/sde1).
    The system also contain 6 drives in a Snapraid configuration.

    After installing dockers and setting up a few containers I got a notification a few days ago that the OS disk was getting full, 89%.
    To me it seems that one or a few of the containers filled up the OS drive.
    Also, it seems I might have set up one or more folders erroneously, not pointing to the Snapraid pool of disks, which might have contributed to the problem that data got stored on the OS drive.
    I decided to delete the containers, but this did not solve the problem. I deleted the shared folders that might have been set up erroneously with no changes in disk space.
    I followed up with uninstallation of Docker. Still no solution. Ran rm -r of the suspected folder, files removed, but still no…

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    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x NTFS Support.

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    BTW... I don't know unix or linux at all :) coming from Windows y'all
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    Quote from syrusstk: “Actually you can use an NTFS HDD on your OMV with no problem at all not recommended but not that hard to do actually. The biggest problem I had was to actually have write access on the HDD and that was because windows does…
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    Quote from jollyrogr: “1. Buy new drive. 2. Install in OMV using Linux FS of choice. (I use ext4 but I thought I read somewhere that OMV was moving away from ext4?) 3. Copy files over your network from NTFS drive connected to a Windows machine to the…
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    /ntfs is not a valid Container path. Only /data, /config, and /transcode are valid.
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    Liked geaves’s post in the thread OMV 4.x NTFS Support.

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    Quote from Earthlings: “Can someone please let me know how to make OMV support NTFS please. ” You can't make OMV 'support' NTFS....think about what you have asked and rephrase it. Perhaps you'll get an answer.
  • 109 visits and no one has a clue or a suggestion for it? Preeeeeeeeeeeeetty please :D?!?!
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    Quote from gderf: “Quote from syrusstk: “Than for example give access to it to your plex server (all your mounted devices are under /srv mine has a funny long name forum.openmediavault.org/index…a12662dc89c67b5e483350314) ” You can not invent a…
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    Quote from Njuilpo: “And confirm that it will fit in the RockPro64 case. ” Just about any low profile card will work.
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    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x Missing file system after upgrade from 3.x to 4.x.

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    Quote from ggibeau: “Shows active raid5 now rebooted ” Your array was fixed with the command but after rebooting, it is probably going into auto-read-only again. This generally happens when something is wrong with the array/drive in the array. I…
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    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x NTFS Support.

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    Quote from syrusstk: “Than for example give access to it to your plex server (all your mounted devices are under /srv mine has a funny long name forum.openmediavault.org/index…a12662dc89c67b5e483350314) ” You can not invent a docker Container path.