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  • Adoby -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Flash Memory Plugin and Plex -.

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    My Plex data folder /var/lib/plexmediaserver is around 19 GB. (Now unused.) My Emby data folder /var/lib/emby is around 1 GB. I have Emby store images and other metadata together with the media files. So it *might* be possible to keep the Emby data…
  • geaves -

    Replied to the thread howto mount drives without loss of data (NOOB).

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    No, follow this thread to confirm that this is the only way to remove that zfs signature on all of your drives have a look here
  • Joe_PS -

    Liked macom’s post in the thread OMV 4.x RemoteMount (or MiniDLNA) keeps HDD busy and busy.

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    As the USB Toshiba HDD is connected to the FritzBox I would search the FritzBox Documentation/Forum or Toshiba Documentation. Probably there is nothing that can be done from the NAS with OMV. Except of not reading from or writing to the HDD. Why do you…
  • Joe_PS -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x RemoteMount (or MiniDLNA) keeps HDD busy and busy.

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    Thanks macom for your quick reply. I have used the Fritz!Box + ext. HDD as a NAS, which runs very reliable and stable. The OrangePi Zero Plus does only have an USB 2.0 port (with limited electrical power resources), but the Toshiba HDD is a USB 3.0 hard…
  • edterbak -

    Replied to the thread howto mount drives without loss of data (NOOB).

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    Hi, I have a backup now. Did: wipefs -n /dev/sdb Brainfuck Source Code (4 lines)wipefs -n /dev/sdb1 Brainfuck Source Code (6 lines)zfs list No datasets available Does this suggest there IS actually a zfs system with an ext4 inside?? (sounds insane…
  • dziekon -

    Replied to the thread Why should you use or not use dockers.

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    Quote from raulfg3: “... plug-ins where deprecated for next OMV5 ... ” Can you provide a link to that deprecation notice? It's an important news for all plugin developers and I couldn't find any place where votdev states that plugins are "no-go" since…
  • macom -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x RemoteMount (or MiniDLNA) keeps HDD busy and busy.

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    This might be interseting: forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.ph…394&viewfull=1#post284394 It mentions a software to configure the sleep mode of the HDD.
  • macom -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x RemoteMount (or MiniDLNA) keeps HDD busy and busy.

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    As the USB Toshiba HDD is connected to the FritzBox I would search the FritzBox Documentation/Forum or Toshiba Documentation. Probably there is nothing that can be done from the NAS with OMV. Except of not reading from or writing to the HDD. Why do you…
  • macom -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Possible intrusion to my OMV at home?.

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    Quote from godfuture: “Now I am using the router firewall only ” Shouldn't that be enough if you have not forwarded any ports? Quote from godfuture: “Still I dont know how to safe my important data...very likely I have to buy an external drive I…
  • Joe_PS -

    Posted the thread OMV 4.x RemoteMount (or MiniDLNA) keeps HDD busy and busy.

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    Hi, OMV (4.1.12) runs on an OrangePI Zero Plus. The Plugin RemoteMount is utilized to access an external Toshiba USB 3.0 HDD (Stor.E Slim II, Model HDTD210ES3EA), which is connected to a Fritz!Box 7490 as a NAS. MiniDLNA plays/streams mainly flac-files,…
  • macom -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x How to partition data disks.

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    I use the rsnapshot plugin to create snapshots (weekly, monthly, yearly). Doing this, I am able to go back in time and restore previous versions of my files. One disadvantage of using rsync is, that if a file on the source has been modified in a way you…
  • ryecoaaron -

    Replied to the thread RAID 6: GPT table is corrupt.

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    It looks like you created the array with OMV which means it is not using partitions. So, a corrupt GPT doesn't cause any problems. It just means the drives weren't completely wiped before creating the array.
  • ryecoaaron -

    Liked Adoby’s post in the thread OMV 4.x Flash Memory Plugin and Plex -.

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    1. No. The flash plugin radically reduce the amount of writes a fresh install does to the rootfs on the flash memory. But there is nothing to stop writes to the rootfs if you install additional plugins or other software. For instance Plex. 2. In my Plex…
  • ryecoaaron -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Flash Memory Plugin and Plex -.

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    Quote from tr3bjockey: “There is no documentation on the readme or the release notes. ” The config file (/etc/folder2ram/folder2ram.conf) it uses is the best source of documentation or the code that writes the config file -
  • godfuture -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Possible intrusion to my OMV at home?.

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    Thank you guys for your valuable hints. I still couldnt find anything, but as you said there might be many reasons for this. I am also not very skilled in thi.s I guess I will follow your suggestion and start from scratch. Also installing a firewall will…
  • schindi77 -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x How to partition data disks.

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    Hi! Thanks a lot, the gparted live system did it´s job. Would you recommend the discs synced via rsync over a raid system? And if yes, why?
  • razvanrudy -

    Liked raulfg3’s post in the thread Why should you use or not use dockers.

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    is the actual & future way to install apps, plug-ins where deprecated for next OMV5, so it's a good step to start to use dockers.
  • booga -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Create iptables rules in CLI.

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    Well... I think it's good for the different stages. However, I have another question: is it necessary to manage docker with iptables ? When I do an iptable-save, I notice that there are already many rules about Docker (Hidden Content) Is it sufficient…
  • macom -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x Disk unmount after reboot.

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    You have to provide some information about your system, so others can help. I have a similar problem on my HC2. I solved it by adding mount -a as scheduled job during boot.