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    Need a bit of help on this one as I have tried a few things and I am not able to figure this one out.

    I have a fresh install of the latest OMV 4, all fine so far until I wanted to uninstall some plugins, for some reason after I uninstall a plugin the Plugin stills shows in the left menu and when you click on it you get the error "RPC service 'TransmissionBt' not found.", I would expect the error as I have uninstalled the plugin but how do you clean the stuck item in the menu, restart does not fix it, tried purging and update but nothing seems to remove those uninstalled plugins from the menu. Also I can still see the interface behind the error panel. (Capture attached

    Any suggestions are kindly welcomed.

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    Hi Folks,

    I was in a coma for some time, came back and figured out I have a server :) Cool!
    Passwords also are no issues to remember (luckily).

    The only issue is I don't remember how the storage was set up.

    I see in the GUI a ZFS volume with 6 disks, which is all right. The volume is mounted on /pool0.
    If I look into /pool0 there are ~8 files with names like ECRYPTFS_FNEK_ENCRYPTED....

    Any info on how to get access to my data?

    I have a script to mount storage which is referencing to /dev/sdx but that does not work, the system says it does not find the devices (which are there of course)

    Of course I can provide more details once I am at home!

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    Lightning took out my server. I was using an ASRock extreme6 with 10 SATA ports. That motherboard has been discontinued. Instead of searching for a motherboard with a large amount of SATA ports. I thought I might be better off getting a SATA card (not RAID card). Does anyone have any suggestions so I don't have to worry about compatibility issues with OMV?

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    Hi guys,

    I installed OMV on a SSD and added 2x 3TB HDD's in a RAID1 using BtrFS. Everything worked fine for at least one year.
    Yesterday I decided to upgrade my System to 2x 4TB. So I replaced the two disks seperatly using the btrfs replace command.

    Since this time I get the following messages via E-Mail after every startup:
    Status failed Service mountpoint_srv_dev-disk-by-label-Data-RAID Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2018 12:30:00 Action: alert Host: IGF-Server Description: status failed (1) -- /srv/dev-disk-by-label-Data-RAID is not a mountpoint
    And exactly 30 seconds later:
    Status succeeded Service mountpoint_srv_dev-disk-by-label-Data-RAID Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2018 12:30:30 Action: alert Host: IGF-Server Description: status succeeded (0) -- /srv/dev-disk-by-label-Data-RAID is a mountpoint

    I don't know what the problem is. Everything works fine... But I don't what to have thoes error messages in my Inbox.

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