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  • ryecoaaron -

    Replied to the thread Help- How do I Install OMV4 on Debian 9 (Stretch)?.

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    Quote from SteveMann: “BTW, I am running Debian GNU/Linux 9.4 (stretch), so should I change "squeeze" to "stretch" in the sources.list line? ” Just add non-free to the end of the line for your current repo in /etc/apt/sources.list. No need to add…
  • ryecoaaron -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x (stable) Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x Post 3.x -> 4.x upgrade error.

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    Quote from MorgothQ: “Following an upgrade to 4.x last night I'm now getting the following error when I run ” This is a bintray issue that happens from time to time. No idea what causes. I have email their support before but don't get a lot since…
  • DanieleU. -

    Liked ellnic’s post in the thread OMV 4.x (stable) Resolved Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x Is ZFS supported in Kernel 4.13?.

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    Quote from Blabla: “Just a question: is this error during installation normal? Quote: “Building initial module for 4.14.0-0.bpo.3-amd64 configure: error: *** Please make sure the kmod spl devel <kernel> package for your *** distribution is installed…
  • Genna -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x (stable) Your user account was used to log in to the openmediavault control panel via a web browser..

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    Hi, about cookies, there is no cookie problem with HTTP. The 1st time i connect, i can save cookie. in HTTPs, for a local network use only, there is some security error message i can pass through, with special rule in FF or Chrome, but cookie is not…
  • Genna -

    Replied to the thread Major Upgrade Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x Procedure.

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    Hi all, back to 3.0.99 on all my NAS. I prefer homogeneous NAS. I don't see improvement with 4.1 version for my use, but some difficulties, or different settings to work properly. I will try in a few months 4.x thanks all.
  • houndhunger -

    Replied to the thread rsync - omv to win.

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    It is about 2TB of data. Rsync can handle anything I'll ask, I think. Primary - live Data are on NAS - OMV. I want it to be synced-pushed as one way copy to different machine. For now I'm still aiming for ARM board based PC with one HDD attached. This…
  • sbocquet -

    Replied to the thread Check last accessed folder from a Windows user.

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    Yyou can read the atime, mtime or ctime of any file in a shell script Source Code (9 lines) If you want the last access datetime of a bunch of file in some directories (recursive), you can do a thing like this: Source Code (2 lines)
  • tkaiser -

    Replied to the thread Raspberry PI 3B+ File Copy Fails, Works on 3B.

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    Quote from KiwiSteve: “Has anyone else seen wired network errors with the 3B+ during file copy? ” Sure. It's lousy hardware and networking has obviously not been tested by the vendor prior to product launch. Somewhere here you find the ugly details: New
  • visualteo1 -

    Replied to the thread Check last accessed folder from a Windows user.

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    In this moment there isn't a personal backup, nas with openmediavault born for this use. NAS is syncronized with active directory throught LDAP Microsoft. We autorize only domain user to access in to nas.
  • bookie56 -

    Replied to the thread ZFS Degraded Pool.

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    Good luck with that mate! bookie56
  • MorgothQ -

    Replied to the thread OMV 4.x (stable) Upgrade 3.x -> 4.x Post 3.x -> 4.x upgrade error.

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    Found the answer to this one here: bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/php-defaults/+bug/1579480 Quote from MorgothQ: “ I'm also getting the following in my e-mail, as opposed to the normal message about logins, updates and such: Source Code (3 lines)”
  • flmaxey -

    Replied to the thread ZFS Degraded Pool.

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    I did a scrub of my backup disk and found 4 "unrecoverable" errors. I'll be looking into what that means and how to correct it.
  • flmaxey -

    Replied to the thread Raid 5 growing.

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    Regarding software or hardware RAID recovery, the answer to what I think you're asking is "no". If you're doing mdadm (software) RAID 5, data and parity is striped across all disks. Parity information will rebuild data from 1 drive failure but more…
  • SteveMann -

    Replied to the thread Help- How do I Install OMV4 on Debian 9 (Stretch)?.

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    Thanks- that and some old-fashioned research helped me understand a lot. Linux is getting more versatile for me every day. Who knows, I may switch my main PC to Debian some day, or at least, dual-boot. Perhaps you can help me get a bit further in my…
  • donh -

    Replied to the thread OMV 3.x Full root drive help.

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    Did you read the logs to see what it is writing about? A few details like hardware type etc might get better guesses. One other quick tip df -h shows the size of your partitions. apt-get clean all cleans your apt cache which can store a lot of archives…
  • RobertR728 -

    Replied to the thread Raid 5 growing.

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    So that has me wondering another question. I used the software raid built into OMV. I've read that snap raid plug-in if an array fails the disks could still be read one by one to recover allot of the data. Does that same effect happen with OMV built in…
  • donh -

    Replied to the thread OMV 2.x Failed to bring up lo. No boot no command line nothing.

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    Glad you got it going.
  • bookie56 -

    Replied to the thread ZFS Degraded Pool.

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    Hi flmaxey :) I have been adding files to the new raid with brtfs and doing the scrubs.... No problems yet.... bookie56
  • DarkVodka34 -

    Liked donh’s post in the thread OMV 2.x Failed to bring up lo. No boot no command line nothing.

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    Are you looking at your hard drive or the live system?