openmediavault

The open network attached storage solution

News

  • New

    Hi all,

    I'm new to OMV, did build an own NAS machine and the setup and first steps are done. Big thanks to the developers and all supporters, great work!

    Here's one beginner question I'd like to clearify: Let's say I've attached 2 HDD's via SATA in the NAS running OMV and would like to transfer files internally in OMV. (without shared folders). Can I safely ssh as root to the NAS and copy files in the ssh session from 1 HDD to another (using cp command or maybe midnight commander)? Or does that "interfere" somehow with OMV's right's management or something?

    Thanks in advance!
  • New

    Hello

    I have tried to install your youtube video instructions Openmediavault NAS software but I have a problem. When I put the apt-get upgrade command, that command does not do what it would have to do, and I'm not asked yes / no. Nor does the window open to you in the terminal. You see my problem in the picture. I really don't know what to do. Thanks for help!

    My Raspberry Pi model is: Raspberry Pi 3 B+


    Problem image link: aijaa.com/3HX7nB
  • New

    Hi everyone!
    I was wandering if I'm the only one that is thinking to install boinc on my home server since al 99% of the time is in idle.
    I already have it on my computer desktop, and I think that it would be cool to have it on the other computer too.
    Of course I won't give it too much CPU (20%/30%, not more), but it still something!
  • New

    TechnoDadLife wrote:



    Today, we install Bitwarden, a password manager, on our Openmediavault server.

    After making this video, I did see that you can create a free account on the Bitwarden website to use the mobile apps.
    Thanks again for your video! As always I love them!
    Just a question: why you suggest to install the rust fork instead of the original bitwarden? Is the installation and configuration of the original bitwarden the same?
    If not, can you make a video with the original bitwarden too? I just feel safer to use the original bitwarden :(

    For reference: those are the original container's: hub.docker.com/u/bitwarden

    P.S. I saw that you did the same thing with netdata too. Why you choose the titpetric container and not the netdata?

Unread Threads

Topic Replies Last Reply

How to restore from an omv-backup?

34

bvrulez

Raspberry 3B+, Speedproblem, slowing down

7

tkaiser

How to backup and restore OMV configuration ? BMR Plan - howto?

9

bvrulez

Copy files internally via ssh allowed?

0

Raspberry Pi - Why?

3

tkaiser

Recent Activities

  • bvrulez -

    Replied to the thread OMV 3.x Resolved Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x How to restore from an omv-backup?.

    Post
    I don't understand the first line: "Boot systemrescuecd - if you installed the iso from omv-extras, it will be in your grub menu." If I installed which iso? --- I made a backup using fsarchiver. Can I use this command from command line of my running…
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Raspberry 3B+, Speedproblem, slowing down.

    Post
    Quote from AnBad: “Is the transferred data via iperf saved to the SD card as well and included in anyway in the measurements of iperf? ” No, that's just networking without any storage activity involved. And yes, a bunch of small files takes longer to…
  • bvrulez -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x How to backup and restore OMV configuration ? BMR Plan - howto?.

    Post
    Why is nowhere to be found a guide on how to restore a backup?
  • o_neill -

    Posted the thread OMV 4.x Copy files internally via ssh allowed?.

    Thread
    Hi all, I'm new to OMV, did build an own NAS machine and the setup and first steps are done. Big thanks to the developers and all supporters, great work! Here's one beginner question I'd like to clearify: Let's say I've attached 2 HDD's via SATA in the…
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread Raspberry Pi - Why?.

    Post
    Quote from Marfio: “Probably what the forum has to say about pi omv, that is for non production server or to learn. ” That's a great suggestion. Maybe an announcement thread could highlight all the shortcomings of using an RPi as NAS and then the…
  • Marfio -

    Replied to the thread Raspberry Pi - Why?.

    Post
    OMV in a pi is a great form to introduce to the NAS world. I use one of theses at home. I tried things and learn how to configure things with OMV. Thanks to that, now I’m mounting a server just to learn about raid, and other things, and I use my Rasp,…
  • bvrulez -

    Replied to the thread Backup a live system.

    Post
    Well, if you can not even outline shortly how to use the files for restoring then you should probably pull the plugin. :/ EDIT: What about this thread?
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread Raspberry Pi - Why?.

    Post
    Quote from wireless112: “Why would anybody even have a need for OMV on Raspberry Pi? ” Since the average RPi user is rather clueless and has been told (by 'the Internet' or 'the media') that a RPi would make up for a great energy efficient NAS. The…
  • Lee -

    Liked ryecoaaron’s post in the thread Cannot Access SMB Shares with Active Directory Users.

    Like (Post)
    Please don't post the same thing in multiple forums. If you got an error posting, read problem #4 - Solutions to common problems