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  • You probably don't have the kernel headers installed for that kernel.

  • Not work MySQL backup

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    Quote from dzooky: “I've checked /dev/disk/by-uuid and I don't have link with this uuid ” That is the uuid of the shared folder in the database not the disk uuid. What is the output of: mysqldump --defaults-extra-file='/etc/openmediavault/mysqldump.cnf' --all-databases --result-file=/srv/dev-disk-by-label-omv-backup/mysql/mysql-2017-10-22T21:34:56+0200.sql

  • Quote from tkaiser: “Request for test ” Working fine here. Uploading now. Done now.

  • Quote from mic_pro: “as in the 3.x packages won't work ? if I indvidually download the .deb files and install them. will version 3.0.89 of OMV install with Debian Jessie PPC or do I have to use 2.2.14 ” Any plugin that doesn't need a binary compiled by Volker and I should work. php5-pam will be your biggest issue because that needs to be compiled for the specific php version and the 2.x version won't work on 3.x. So, you won't be able to install OMV 3.x without it.

  • We added support for a while but it was pretty minimal. I stopped adding powerpc packages with omv 2.x I think.

  • Teamviewer host not changing password

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    Quote from Wek: “there is no wiki for the plugins, I was looking more for something like that for the various plugin, ” There is a wiki for each plugin repo on github (just addedone for omv-extras) but I don't have time to do that. If you want contribute content, you are more than welcome. Quote from Wek: “While we are at it, I just would like to ask you a question without open a new thread, just for curiosity, the most painful aspect of reinstalling omv to me it's reset the firewall rules for t…

  • Help with union filesystem

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    Quote from Blabla: “1:2 on /srv/d4dbecef-0281-42f7-a4ea-92d88e62f9c0 ” Strange that it has 1:2 instead of the actual drives for your mergerfs pool. What is the output of: blkid df -h

  • As long as they don't use the same ports, there is no problem.

  • Help with union filesystem

    ryecoaaron - - Plugins

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    Sounds like your pool isn't mounted. Either reboot and try again -or- post the output of: cat /etc/fstab mount

  • I really don't know what is wrong with your system. My test VM has plex and urbackup on it at the same time. I would start over and reinstall.

  • Quote from joq3: “How come it wasn't automatically set to gigabit if it was available? ” That is usually driver related and probably due to the age. Intel NICs usually work the best. What kind of NIC is on the board? Quote from joq3: “When the OMV 3.0 install was done, I went to update, and there were lots of updates, tried to install them all, but some failed, and were gone after a refresh. So maybe I don't have the latest version? ” Some failed? Like what? Quote from joq3: “Tried that command …

  • Quote from joq3: “Removing the direct_io flag gave me a whooping 11,5MB/s in read speed, write speed was the same as before. ” A couple of things... Have you tested the pool using the command line? This would take networking out of the equation. I would use dd to test. dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/point/of/pool bs=1M count=10000 conv=fdatasync Your speed look suspiciously like a system is running at 100MB instead of gigabit. Not saying it is but that is the right speed. Doesn't take much for a cable …

  • Backup a live system

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    Quote from molnart: “well btrfs for system partition could be a route to go down for future releases ” I filed a bug/feature request for this almost two years ago (lvm was primary idea but btrfs was mentioned in comments). Quote from molnart: “i do not like how the current installer overwrites the whole system partition quite agressively ” That is done to somewhat prevent people from putting data on the OS drive (major idea of OMV). Quote from molnart: “an advanced mode with own partitions setup…

  • Backup a live system

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    Quote from molnart: “did anybody try migrating the omv root filesystem to btrfs and do backups using snapshots? i think this would a much more elegant solution ” @subzero79 uses btrfs snapshots (or did at one time). And of course it is more elegant but that isn't what the majority of OMV installs are using (since the ISO uses ext4) and I'm not going to try a noob how to convert their os drive to btrfs. I am current working on a couple things that might make it easier.

  • Quote from joq3: “Why is there such a huge difference? ” aufs is a kernel module and mergerfs is a fuse module. fuse has quite a bit more overhead. Quote from joq3: “Is there any way to switch to AUFS again with 3.0? ” Nope. aufs isn't supported in the backports kernel which is default and there is no aufs plugin. Quote from joq3: “Right now it feels like a downgrade. ” I use mergerfs myself and my writes can saturate gigabit (it is a backup server and not usually read from). Not sure why you ar…

  • I got to the part where you shared samba over the internet and stopped reading. Please stop now and do not share samba (or nfs) over the internet. They are NOT secure enough. 1 - This is your best bet. This is how it is done in the enterprise. I don't use it myself though. 2 - I wouldn't use ssh to try to tunnel samba. 3 - no no no You could also look into webdav, syncthing, owncloud, etc.

  • I just installed on my test VM and it works fine. not sure what is wrong.

  • It doesn't show a correct id because you don't have an id. Did you try the command it recommends: teamviewer --daemon restart

  • /var/log recovery

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    What isn't working? Install OMV in a VM and copy everything in /var/log to your system.

  • Quote from raulfg3: “my case is that do not show ID to conect. ” Parsing for the ID is a pain in the ass. What is the output of the following: teamviewer info | grep "TeamViewer ID:" teamviewer info | grep "TeamViewer ID:" | tr -d "[:cntrl:]" | tr -d " " | tail -c9