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  • Syncthing on OMV - Path in OMV

    cabrio_leo - - Plugins

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    Normally all disks are mounted to /srv Therefore the path should be: /srv/<long alphanumeric string>/Storage Maybe you still have to create the subfolder "Syncthing"- The <long alphanumeric string> is disk specific. With WinSCP it is easy to discover.

  • RAID5 with unexplained error

    cabrio_leo - - RAID

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    Quote from danieliod: “Will RAIDZ1 can also cope with such issue? ” A small explanation: ZFS pros and cons search for 'Copy-On-Write' But the usage of an UPS is always useful.

  • ... and sometimes it is simply neccessary to reboot the windows PC especially if a lot of connection tries with different users for the same share are done.

  • Quote from maltolino: “so if windows takes the currently logged on user as "default" when connecting to the share ” Yes, always when you enter an UNC path (\\nas \myshare) in explorer. If the Windows user doesn´t exist in OMV AND you do not set the share to "PUBLIC" then maybe it is a problem of interference between unix privileges and ACL. I don´t use ACL because it makes things complicated. Normally access rights can be configured sufficiently with privileges it there are only less user. There…

  • Quote from maltolino: “I have full access ” Windows is using the logon credentials as user information if you connect to a share, as long as you do not enter a different user. If the Windows logon is identical to the one which you have defined in OMV, it is not necessary to enter username and pw while connection to a share.

  • RAID5 with unexplained error

    cabrio_leo - - RAID

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    Quote from flmaxey: “- USB drives are easy to clone. With a clone, ready to go, you can back out of an update that has gone south and easily recover if system files get corrupted. I maintain 3 drives. A master that only gets updated with version upgrades and reconfigurations, then it goes in a drawer. I have 2 more that get the day to day wear with the usual package updates and minor config changes ” @flmaxey Which tool do you use to clone the thumb drives? clonezilla disk to disk or something e…

  • Replace failing disk on ZFS pool?

    cabrio_leo - - General

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    Quote from sardaukar: “649G resilvered, 44.36% done ” @sardaukar Successful finished meanwhile?

  • Quote from cabrio_leo: “I do not know a possibility in the OMV WebUI. Maybe you can see this in some diagnostics page. ” Sorry, that was wrong. Quote from flmaxey: “Then click on Details, on the far right. While there's more information below (options and other), the popup window will display the equivalent of the zpool status poolname command. ” Thank you @flmaxey for your amendment.

  • Only 1 HD recognized

    cabrio_leo - - General

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    Yes, and exactely both disks (sdb1 and sdd) can be seen in the screenshot of "File System". But what´s about sda and sdc? Did you format them earlier too with a linux file system like ext4?

  • Only 1 HD recognized

    cabrio_leo - - General

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    Did you "Create" a file system under "File System" on the disks which you can´t see there? Or are the disks already containing data?

  • Benutzer und Freigegebene Ordner

    cabrio_leo - - CIFS/SMB

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    Dafür kann es viele Gründe geben, wenn ein Zugriff nicht wie gewünscht funktioniert. Die Diagnose ist schwierig. Es gibt von ryecoaaron einige Videos, die das Setup grundsätzlich erklären. Du findest diese hier: helpful OMV videos Relevant ist der 'full_install'.

  • Quote from Blabla: “question: how should I check how much it will take to completion when I run the scrub from the OMV interface? ” I do not know a possibility in the OMV WebUI. Maybe you can see this in some diagnostics page. Again the CLI is your friend: zpool status your_pool reports the scrub progress and gives an estimation how long it will need to finish.

  • Rsync notification mail only on error

    cabrio_leo - - RSync

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    Could you please communicate which file you have edited? Thanks The situation with USBbackup is the same. Every file is listed in the generated email. This can lead to a quite big email body. Sometimes they are to big for my email provider. A summary would be sufficient enough for me. Or a simple file attachment. Maybe I can modify the USB backup script similarly. Btw: This modification may be overwritten by the next update of OMV? Right?

  • Wide ram consumption

    cabrio_leo - - General

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    You are welcome I have oriented myself at this blog: Ars walkthrough: Using the ZFS next-gen filesystem on Linux, section "Initial tuning". I did exactly what is written there. 1. Create the file /etc/modprobe.d/zfs.conf if not already existing 2. Add two lines: options zfs zfs_arc_min=8589934592 options zfs zfs_arc_max=12884901888 3. Reboot the server The actual values are depending of the amount of physical RAM. My machine has 16GB. Therefore I choose this values. Currently my NAS is used as a…

  • Wide ram consumption

    cabrio_leo - - General

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    Quote from dlucca: “@cabrio_leo , what settings you used for the caching file ??. Or differentiate "limits" for zfs?. ” I changed two "arc_-.." settings. But I have to look at home later

  • Oh, I haven´t read your post thouroghly enough. You wrote, you can´t delete the raid 6. Please ignore my first post.

  • Did you have wiped your disks before creating the new RAID 6? I would suppose to delete the current raid 6, then goto "Physical disks", make a (quick) wipe of all 6 disks, one after another. Then repeat the creation of the raid 6 system. Have you ever thought about usage of ZFS as a filesystem / logical volume manager?

  • Nevertheless some instructions would be helpful for other people who have already installed the plugin.

  • Wide ram consumption

    cabrio_leo - - General

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    ZFS is probably the biggest memory hog. If no limits are defined it takes as much as it can get to use it for file caching. (This has nothing to do with deduplication). When my Nas is already started the memory usage is quite small. But if I let run a scrub or have some other heavy data exchange over e.g. SMB/CIFS then about 65 to 80% of memory is occupied. Edit 2017-11-16: Correction. A scrub did not need extensive RAM usage.

  • Quote from sjdaniels: “I can put up some instructions, but not until later because I am currently traveling ” @sjdaniels I would much appreciate that also!