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  • Go to the plugin section and find openmediavault-netatalk, select it and press remove.

  • Not necessary to reformat the two data disks. The os disk will be reformatted by the iso installer. Disconnect the two data drives before proceeding with install otherwise the installer can format one of the disks by accident.

  • Docker UI suggestion

    subzero79 - - Plugins

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    what do you mean? Something to send a container command/argument?

  • The server stops the docker daemon via systemd. stopping docker daemon stops all containers first.

  • nginx in conflict with webgui

    subzero79 - - General

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    This is indeed a fix that needs the plugin. I have several local hosts using the plugin and I had to delete all the listen 80; directives manually. Cc @ryecoaaron This is something that changed across nginx versions pretty sure this was working before in omv3

  • Read here openmediavault.readthedocs.io/…/various/filesystems.html The first paragraph.....THE DISK NEEDS TO BE MOUNTED USING THE WEB INTERFACE, there is no other way. Is the OS running on /dev/sda1 or an memory sd card? if the OS is running in sd card mount the drive using mount button, if sda1 is the rootfs partition then you cannot use it.

  • AFP doesn't inherit group privileges

    subzero79 - - AFP

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    Seems like this is a bug in the plugin indeed. I can reproduce it. From: netatalk.sourceforge.net/3.1/htmldocs/afp.conf.5.html valid users = user "user 2" @group “@group 2"The mkconf script creates this:valid users = @"group" Which apparently netatalk doesn't parse correctly, double quotes need to wrap the @ also. cc @votdev Also there seems to be no syntax check in netatalk, the log didn't give any hints even in maxdebug . @tkaiser is there any way of testing afp.conf for correct configuration?

  • ! -p icmp --dport 445? icmp with port? wrong line, change it specify udp and tcp in two separate entries.

  • You just posted here forum.openmediavault.org/index…problems/?action=firstNew Did you actually read ?

  • ZFS mountpoint full of folders

    subzero79 - - General

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    ok. When you used the docker plugin did you use the shared folder in docker?

  • Every that goes through postfix should be sent by the script, including scheduled tasks.

  • Is this a raspberry pi? What version of rpi?

  • SMB Share Permissions

    subzero79 - - General

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    The nextcloud folder is 770, maybe try changing it to 775

  • ZFS mountpoint full of folders

    subzero79 - - General

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    Still complaining mnt/zfs is not empty, so either zfs-mount is not finished when the /sharedfolders start or something is writing to those folders when shutting down or even keep writing after you delete them. You can try one last thing, shutdown, boot another live distro, mount the rootfs disk and check the /mnt path is empty, if is empty means you’re gonna have to live with this issue while they try find a another solution. What services use the pool?

  • Upgrade ?

    subzero79 - - Updates/Upgrades

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    You don’t need to reformat if you use ext2/3. Both can be migrated to ext4.

  • ZFS mountpoint full of folders

    subzero79 - - General

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    The log shows that zfs-mount fails because the /mnt/zfs folder is full of folders. Try one more time with the pool unmounted, remove /mnt/zfs make sure no data is in there before you do that. Now with no folders in /mnt reboot now run again the journalctl -b and post the log here

  • Upgrade ?

    subzero79 - - Updates/Upgrades

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    No way you're system is gonna survive that upgrade. Clean install...... As usual disconnect data drives before a clean install

  • ZFS mountpoint full of folders

    subzero79 - - General

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    @Weitenbummler please journalctl -b > /tmp/boot.txt Please get the file upload it here in the forum Also can you tell us how big is your zfs pool? raidz mirror ?

  • ZFS mountpoint full of folders

    subzero79 - - General

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    Yeah ok. The fix applied at Omv level doesn’t work very well probably. The fix is the line with After=zfs-mount.service Unfortunately there is no way to disable this /sharedfolders units. Do you need to reboot constantly ? If not and want to keep omv4 then avoid rebooting. Omv4 still on development, otherwise reinstall and go back to omv3. On this I am not sure if zfs will be backward compatible because maybe the version was upgraded. @votdev I know this fix was exclusively for zfs. But wouldn’t…

  • Because the script runs in shell and your using brackets that are bash expansion. That’s probably the explanation.