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  • How find UID and GID for OMV users

    rigtig181 - - NFS

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    Many thanks subzero79. Great idea to run a command to get the key information. Of course, it works. I'll mark this issue as resolved, though adding an extra column on the GUI would be useful (if you think it is worth putting on the list).

  • How find UID and GID for OMV users

    rigtig181 - - NFS

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    Users set up on OMV system have a UID and GID. When setting up NFS access to a share, one way to map the incoming user to the OMV user is to specify all connecting users to be anonymous and to specify the UID and GID to use for anonymous. Mmm...cannot use the literal name of an existing OMV user; it has to be the number! So, how do you find the UID and GID as numbers for an OMV user? (At least without guessing, or using SSH to remote connect to shell.) Background: Client UID =1000, GID=1000 On s…

  • How to make a log server on OMV?

    rigtig181 - - General

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    Mmm...the RPi is overloaded with rrdcached activity, which is part of the statistics collection. If you can get to it, I reckon turning off statistics collection might just relieve the cpu from 100% load. I've had several goes at my RPi1, and I am just figuring out the issues (mainly RPi can get overloaded very easily). After rebooting my RPi, it cannot even get itself attached back on the network!! So, I'll have to start over with another new OMV SD card (again). So maybe by tomorrow, I'll be a…

  • rrdcached is part of rrdtool

    rigtig181 - - General

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    see rrdtool.org Checking the syslog on my RPi1 OMV install, it seems that collectd and rrdcached kick off before the system time is properly set, and may be getting very confused. about every 10 seconds the following sequence of entries are in the syslog. Apr 23 16:35:11 raspberrypi collectd[11397]: rrdcached plugin: rrdc_update (/var/lib/rrdcached/db/localhost/interface-eth0/if_packets.rrd, [1461447311:12888796:1307540], 1) failed with status -1. Apr 23 16:35:11 raspberrypi collectd[11397]: Fil…

  • What hardware? Can you ping it?

    rigtig181 - - General

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    Please advise hardware platform and which version of OMV you have installed? Also can you see the system on your network? For example, does it respond to ping?