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  • Quote from Joe_PS: “But I'd like to learn how 'tolerant' OMV (based on armbian) is, if the HDD is powered off. ” You might experience filesystem corruption which is something I would try to avoid at all. Few facts: - OPi Zero Plus has 4 fully useable USB ports (1 type A receptacle, Micro USB can be turned into a normal host port by using a small adapter, two USB ports on the pin header) - All H5 devices might show shutdown troubles (they don't really power off) so better try to avoid this. Idle …

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from tkaiser: “simply choose the right image and you're done. ” I can never remember which versions of the BPi work with which images unless their names match. ” No worries. These Bananas are named so stupidly. I would assume the majority of downloads of the M2 image is not by people owning the M2 (pretty old and based on Allwinner 's A31) but by those owning any of the other 5 or 6 incompatible Bananas with M2 in their name (eg M2 Ultra, Magic, Plus or Berry)

  • sourceforge.net/projects/openm…s/Other%20armhf%20images/ Banana Pi M1 is "Banana Pi" so simply choose the right image and you're done.

  • OMV 3.0.92 on XU4 not booting up

    tkaiser - - General

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    These eMMC boot partitions are hidden when you access the module with a generic card reader. That's why updating the contents only works when running on the XU4 itself. All eMMC sold by Hardkernel after Sep 2017 has a more recent u-boot that is not limited to FAT any more. So with older eMMC modules you need nand-sata-install anyway.

  • OMV 3.0.92 on XU4 not booting up

    tkaiser - - General

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    Seems you have an older eMMC which contains an outdated u-boot. Only solution: burn image to SD card, boot it and then call 'nand-sata-install' to update bootloader on eMMC. You can then either transfer the install from SD card to eMMC or boot then directly from eMMC if it already contains the image.

  • Usually cable/connector problems. You should see also increased SMART attribute 199 values when querying the affected disk. Keep in mind that internal SATA connectors are rated for 50 matings maximum und cheap stuff fails way earlier.

  • Probleme mit Raid10

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from Fako86: “speed nicht. aber sicherheit doch, da 2 genutzt und auf 2 gespiegelt wird, hat man im fall des falles ja auf 2 die spiegelung ” Quatsch. Im Fall des Falles hat man gar nix mehr, da alles auf beiden Platten zeitgleich futsch ist, siehe bspw. Destroyed file system? RAID ist totaler Quatsch, wenn man auf Datensicherheit aus ist. Aber ist ja schließlich Dein Datenverlust also spar Dir ruhig das Backup und setz auf das falsche Konzept. Viel Glück!

  • ODROID-HC1 : Home Cloud One

    tkaiser - - My NAS Build

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    Quote from lan: “Some Benchmarks would be great, to compare it to x86 systems ” OMV 3 for ODROID-XU4/HC1/HC2/MC1

  • Quote from OMVheir: “There was mention a while back that those use up a lot of electricity. Is that your experience? ” Experiences? It's a known fact that using such power hungry old devices is stupid for NAS use cases. If you happen to use the 'wrong' graphic card these things waste up to 200W doing exactly nothing. support.apple.com/HT201796 NAS Performance is the same as a ROCK64, EspressoBin, HC1 or HC2 (less than 5W in idle with disks spun down).

  • Quote from YuanH: “When trying to run the nand-sata-install script via ssh, I get an error saying: This tool must run from sd-card ” Did you update everything to most recent version? I remember we had a problem some months ago with this symptom so please do an 'apt upgrade' and if that doesn't help replace /usr/sbin/nand-sata-install with contents of raw.githubusercontent.com/armb…sr/sbin/nand-sata-install

  • AFP doesn't inherit group privileges

    tkaiser - - AFP

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    Quote from subzero79: “is there any way of testing afp.conf for correct configuration? ” Not that I know of. IIRC Ralph wanted to implement something similar to Samba's testparm command but never did it (maybe mostly since he's now part of SerNet team and busy improving macOS client support in Samba)

  • Probleme bei der Einrichtung von OMV

    tkaiser - - General

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    Mit USB-Platte angestöpselt... wie sieht die Ausgabe von folgendem Kommando aus? Source Code (1 line)

  • OMV 3 for ODROID-XU4/HC1/HC2/MC1

    tkaiser - - Announcements

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    HC2 is now officially available: hardkernel.com/main/products/p….php?g_code=G151505170472 (see especially mechanical incompatibility note for few 3.5" HDD at the bottom)

  • Quote from Toti: “So you think I should go back because there is no real chance of getting this to work ” Nope, just saying that armel is not a supported architecture for OMV (just like as it's the case for mipsel for example). Since I've neither experiences with OMV on anything else than armhf, arm64 or amd64 and also used older versions than 3 that much I can't give any recommendations at all

  • Quote from Toti: “armel ” Is not a supported architecture. It seems you're installing on a Marvell Kirkwood device? In case there's only armel available for this platform without a lot of knowledge, patience and time you're out of luck.

  • If you cloned an old installation with dd you copy all filesystem errors that were present at the source (if there were any). If you're using USB front ports that suffer from cable/contact problems (cables too long affecting signal quality, shielding issues, SuperSpeed contact issues in case you're using USB3 products) you get data corruption on the wire. To check for this potential issue you could run an integrity check (use the search bar in the upper right and use 'dpkg verify') My personal r…

  • Quote from ExRaspberry: “Maybe only etcher has problems velidating checksum? ” Seriously? If Etcher is reporting a problem it's not an Etcher problem but Etcher reporting writing failed (a hardware problem!). Only solution: throw the card away. Or suffer from strange problems later you'll attribute to 'OMV is broken' instead 'my card or writer is corrupting data'. And wrt resizing AGAIN the link: Expand root system to use all of SD card (and if you follow there the last link -- that's the blue s…

  • Quote from ExRaspberry: “always searched for expanding Ext4 ” The whole issue was covered by the link I posted. The partition gets resized automagically if the SD card is large enough ('8 GB' in size at least). In case it's too small it's just deleting one file and rebooting to get resize to the full size (just read through the link and click on the links there)

  • Mainboardsuggestion S-ATA + USB 3

    tkaiser - - Motherboards

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    Quote from ExRaspberry: “But EspressoBin indeed looks nice. @tkaiser: Will it be supported by OMV officially? ” Every ARM device that is supported by Armbian can run a performant OMV variant by simply using a Debian Armbian image (Jessie --> OMV 3, Stretch --> OMV 4) and then let OMV be installed. Works flawlessly on the EspressoBin after latest fixes: Building OMV automatically for a bunch of different ARM dev boards

  • Trouble Mounting External Hard Drive

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from Sieraaden: “I'm following this guide: CNET - Raspberry Pi as Cheap NAS Solution ” Bad idea since the instructions are outdated and wrong. You both should've better read/followed the readme at the download location which clearly states: Source Code (6 lines)When following this (especially the 'remain patient part') then you'll end up with a more recent kernel and all needed modules available. For logon credentials don't rely on stuff you found on the internet (this pi/raspberry stuff) …