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  • Drives are not showing under RAID

    subzero79 - - RAID

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    Is not possible to initialize a md raid and keep the existing data. Raid creates a new block device, on top of that device you format all data is erased. If you want to keep the data you need then need to create a degraded mirror in terminal one drive only. Format and start moving data from the old disk to the degrade array. once finished delete the fs in the old disk and add it to the mirror. This is also done in terminal. Btrfs adds a little bit more flexibility. As you can start with single d…

  • Drives are not showing under RAID

    subzero79 - - RAID

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    Use the wipe button in the disk section. Use secure for maybe two minutes then cancel. Check again.

  • Drives are not showing under RAID

    subzero79 - - RAID

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    Check with command blkid in terminal. If both drives show there the raid section won’t dispaly them as they have fs or partition signatures.

  • Second Radarr plugin

    subzero79 - - Plugins

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    Use docker and you can run as many instances as you want of sonarr etc. The plugin radarr is more likely to be abandoned in favor of docker. Same goes for sonarr and plex.

  • Just run touch /var/log/netatalk.log Or enable netatalk. I think you’re using a rpi or other arm board

  • Image not working on raspberry. Help

    subzero79 - - General

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    Raspberry pi images and other arm boards images need 30 minutes after first boot. Then you can start using the server.

  • Forgotten Password

    subzero79 - - General

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    You’re reporting on the wrong software forum.

  • mount NFS in OMV and list into Storage

    subzero79 - - NFS

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    The evolve of the remote share plugin now called remotemount uses the omv fs backend. So whenever you mount a nfs server using the plugin it will be displayed in the filesystem section. Only available for omv3+

  • Connection Failed on arrakis

    subzero79 - - AFP

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    Don’t use the password field in the share settings. Let netatalk authenticate against pam.

  • No. Don’t select anything only the ssh server.

  • Problem installing ZFS Plugin

    subzero79 - - Plugins

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    apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r` Then try to install again. If the headers are not available for that release then you need to upgrade the kernel.

  • ZFS not mounting - OMV 4.x

    subzero79 - - General

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    Good to know. @votdev have you though about instead of using Requires=, just create a custom target for those units that run at last, maybe even after multi-user.target?. Hypothetically tomorrow we can have a "yfs" that also does not obey fstab rules, then if we have a plugin you will have to add another Requires= for that particular "yfs" If there is a custom target, then we can work it from the plugin using systemd overrides that can be shipped from the package. Just an idea

  • Well the benefits are: GPT has backups of the partitions metadata. UEFI can do secure boot on signed kernel. Evaluate those for average Omv home user then i probably wouldn't bother to use gpt and uefi. Gpt is requisite on disks bigger than 2tb.

  • ZFS not mounting - OMV 4.x

    subzero79 - - General

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    Quote from Blabla: “solved the problem thanks to the log: 1. uninstalled ZFs plugin 2. deleted every folder inside /ZFS after checking that they were empty 3. installed the plug-in, now the ZFS pool isn't already imported 4. imported my pool and now is working ” Reboot and tell me if everything is working properly. IMO there are still some issues with sharedfolders units and zfs mount, especially on big pools.

  • Next you can search the forum. forum.openmediavault.org/index…Stretch-with-4-12-kernel/

  • You don’t need gparted. The Debian installer should do gpt as long as you’re using uefi. I don’t think the Debian installer can do gpt without uefi (legacy bios). If you want gpt and boot legacy bios then you probably need to install Debian manually (debootstrap). That I wouldn’t recommend for new Linux users. Read here wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/G….29_specific_instructions

  • Create a shared folder for ntfs_tmp/Pool... In rsync select a local type job with source with the folder above and destination any other shared folder, not in ntfs_tmp. Turn off the checkboxes of permissions and archive mode. Then set the task as disable. Hit the run button in the grid for the selected task and wait.

  • Use minimal Debian iso then install Omv on top. A tutorial is on the guide section on how to do this.

  • docker slow performance

    subzero79 - - Plugins

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    That’s a high load, try turning unifi off. The unifi controller sucks a lots of resources.

  • Try mkdir /srv/dev-disk-by-id-md-name-helios4-0/ntfs_tmp Then mount -o ro /dev/sde2 /srv/dev-disk-by-id-md-name-helios4-0/ntfs_tmp