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  • Papierkorb

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - CIFS/SMB

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    Das Problem ist bekannt, schau mal hier: Samba share: Recycle bin does not / never get cleared Leider interessiert es den Paket maintainer nicht / zu wenig.

  • Are you sure that the IP address of the container is the same as the host in bridge network? I thought it was the host network the whole time. Edit: My networks network is 192.168.1.0, while dockers bridge0 has 172.17.0.0

  • Hello I have installed docker-gui from omv-extras on my OMV 3.0 system. I can successfully download images and create containers from them. However, I would like to create two containers and communicate between the two and I fail to do so. Specifically, I would like to create the library/mariadb and zabbix/zabbix-server-mysql containers. Later I would like to add the WebGUI too. Now one container is the server and one is the SQL-DB server, so obviously the server needs to talk to the SQL-DB serv…

  • [SOLVED] Held Packages

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - General

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    Quote from votdev: “Quote from gderf: “The following packages have been kept back: python-samba samba samba-common samba-common-bin samba-dsdb-modules samba-libs samba-vfs-modules 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 7 not upgraded. ” Oh oh oh, backports. Please note that it is not guaranteed that it will work. OMV does not test against backports. ” Regarding the backports: I don't remember adding backports manually to sources.list or sources.list.d. But I have Source Code (1 line)in /…

  • [SOLVED] Held Packages

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - General

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    Quote from votdev: “Quote from gderf: “The following packages have been kept back: python-samba samba samba-common samba-common-bin samba-dsdb-modules samba-libs samba-vfs-modules 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 7 not upgraded. ” Oh oh oh, backports. Please note that it is not guaranteed that it will work. OMV does not test against backports. ” # apt-get install samba Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Some packages could not b…

  • I don't know if my problem is the same as you describe. I can easily reproduce the steps by calling the same script as cron would from the bash command line and it will return to the command line within milliseconds. It clearly didn't remove the files and a glimpse into ".recycle" on the SMB share had confirmed the presentiment. Removing the ampersand mentioned will however resolve the issue I have and the recycle bin gets cleared. Can we get the packet maintainer on board? Maybe there is a reas…

  • Update: I asked the question in the debian forums and I got this answer. It looks like the asynchronous call to run-parts will cause the child command to be terminated since the parent / outer command will run the command in background (The &-symbol in "&>"). Mabe we can remove it, or is there any reason for it to run async? Also the author of the answer suggests to use mkdir for atomic operations.

  • Update: I have created a stackoverflow question of what is happening on my NAS and which I don't understand: Why is this file not deleted?

  • Did you ever figured this out? I have a similar issue. My samba recycle bin does not get cleaned. My settings: Unbenannt.png I realized that in /etc/cron.daily/openmediavault-samba-recycle the scripts in the directory /var/lib/openmediavault/cron.d are being run, so effectively it runs: /var/lib/openmediavault/cron.dsamba-recycle-xxxxxxx Looking at the script and putting a few debugging prints I figured out that the script thinks it is already running: # Exit if another job is running. [ -e /var…

  • OpenVPN: Masquerading

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Network

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    I haven't figured out what caused the misbehaving. What came to my mind is that it could have been caused by DNS caching or similar. It works very stable right now. What I did: 1) Added a static route on my router: 10.8.0.0/24 is on gateway 192.168.1.10 (my OMV/OpenVPN instance). 2) Added push "route 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0" in OpenVPN extra options. This rule is created on the client then with metric 35 and is therefore lower than my other existing/local rule of the local network. My clients …

  • OpenVPN: Masquerading

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Network

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    Thanks, I have removed two of three SNAT rules and also removed the MASQUERADE rule. Additionally, I uninstalled iptables-persistent, which I installed manually and also removed the iptables-restore line from /etc/rc.local But after rebooting OMV I had again three SNAT rules in iptables Is the rule added for every interface that exists on the system? Because I have exactely three interfaces (included the tun0 device from OpenVPN). It doesn't hurt to have them there, just would like to have confi…

  • OpenVPN: Masquerading

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Network

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    If I issue the command twice then my POSTROUTING chain just grows: Source Code (17 lines)I understand that since MASQUERADE is first it has precedence before SNAT. What I didn't mention in my previous post: I have a WRT-firmware on my router (Asuswrt-merlin) and I think I can add a static route in there. So after I have observed the packets as mentioned by subzero79 I will add a static route and remove the MASQUERADE line - hence I will only have the SNAT rules anymore Could it be that since I h…

  • OpenVPN: Masquerading

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Network

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    Yes, I have seen the SNAT rules before I used iptables-save: Source Code (15 lines)192.168.1.10 is my OpenVPN/OMV server. I don't know why the SNAT rules are in this list three times. Can I savely delete two of them?

  • OpenVPN: Masquerading

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Network

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    Thanks for your answer. I will try it out as soon as possible. I am no network professional so it is good to get some background information. @luxflow: Yes I have enabled that all traffic should be redirected through the VPN server (Which is what I want).

  • OpenVPN: Masquerading

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Network

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    Hello, I have installed the OpenVPN Plugin for OMV 3.0 and I could connect from a remote site to the site with OMV successfully. However I realized quickly that some of my internal/remote network resources, especially my DNS server and also internet access was not available until I ran the following command: Shell-Script (1 line)(I have put this line in iptables-persistent file and load iptables-restore in /etc/rc.local). I have read on other forums regarding similar issues that it is quite norm…

  • OMV 3.0 dnsmasq Plugin

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Plugins

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “I only bring up these arguments when it applies to plugins that are not ported. If someone chooses to port them, I don't care if they should or should not be on a typical NAS because the work is being done by someone who wants to do that work. But, if someone is expecting me (pretty much no one else is helping) to port them, I am going to tell people why I don't want to port it. Quote from florianb: “I found a post where someone said Virtualbox would not be coming anymore…

  • OMV 3.0 dnsmasq Plugin

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Plugins

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from florianb: “Is there any other (GUI) DNS/DHCP server available in OMV3? ” Not that I know of. Quote from florianb: “Not having any kind of DNS/DHCP server in OMV 3 would be really a show-stopper for me and a reason to either remain on OMV2 or switch to another NAS OS. ” I don't understand why a DNS/DHCP server has to be on a NAS let alone have to have a plugin. Two of six commercial NASes I looked at have this ability. Quote from florianb: “Of course one could a…

  • OMV 3.0 dnsmasq Plugin

    71CHi2OOeuF2 - - Plugins

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    Is there any other (GUI) DNS/DHCP server available in OMV3? Not having any kind of DNS/DHCP server in OMV 3 would be really a show-stopper for me and a reason to either remain on OMV2 or switch to another NAS OS. Of course one could always configure it manually. But there's already a lot that has to be configured manually (i.e. no more Virtualbox-gui) so that I could also just install a headless debian server...

  • Thanks for both answers, I think I will start with OMV3 then.

  • Hello, I would like to reinstall OpenMediaVault on my custom-built NAS but I am not sure which version to take. From various forum threads I read that OMV 3.0 can be seen as "stable", if only certain base plugins are being used. On the other hand the website clearly states that OMV 3.0 is still in beta and should not be used in a production environment. I plan to only use SMB, docker and maybe virtualbox for home-use. Maybe I would also try out BTRFS if someone recommendeds it. Of course I could…