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  • How does docker upgrade software?

    gderf - - Plugins

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    It all depends on how the container was written. The Plex dockers will check for upgrades when restarted if they are configured for that option. Deluge 2.0? That's still in early beta testing, so I would not be looking for it anytime soon. 1.3.15 is current, but that does not mean that any dockers will be, yours isn't. What does the documentation for the Deluge docker you are using say about self upgrading?

  • forum not working?

    gderf - - Off-Topic

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    Good question. It is up and down like a yo-yo. I asked one of the Admins about this but have not heard anything yet.

  • I had to do some non-standard configuration of the SMTP server for it to behave as a local mail server. This can be problematic because making certain changes within OMV can and will overwrite that customization, leading to an unreliable solution. You would be far better off just allowing your OMV server to access the internet for outgoing mail. But if you are still interested, let me know and I will try to put something together for you.

  • Remote connection with dynamic IP

    gderf - - General

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    Apples and oranges are being discussed here, VPN and Dynamic DNS are not the same thing. From the OP's question, Dynamic DNS service is what he needs.

  • looking for Plex alternative

    gderf - - General

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    Quote from ajaja: “Quote from gderf: “Did you install OMV to that M.2 using the iso installer or was it a Debian install with OMV installed on top of it? I seem to remember reading that an OMV iso install will not run a 4.x kernel on an M.2 disk. ” I used the ISO installer. Worked like a charm so far. My hardware is a Dell T30 (outlet buy @ $299) running 1.0.2 BIOS booted to WD Black 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive – WDS256G1X0C ” But what kernel are you running?

  • Update to OMV 3.XY recommended ?

    gderf - - General

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    I really wish the site ops could do something with this problem I and others are having with their posts being held for moderation.

  • Quote from myscha: “I just want to get notifications in the LAN, no need to access them from the WAN side of the router. Is there an easy way to achieve this? ” I do this all the time. Just add some type of POP server into your OMV. I used popa3d.

  • looking for Plex alternative

    gderf - - General

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    Did you install OMV to that M.2 using the iso installer or was it a Debian install with OMV installed on top of it? I seem to remember reading that an OMV iso install will not run a 4.x kernel on an M.2 disk.

  • Update to OMV 3.XY recommended ?

    gderf - - General

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    There is no way to migrate an existing OMV installation's settings to a fresh OMV install. The new installation will have to be configured from scratch completely by hand. All you can do to make this process tractable is to fully document your existing installation's settings with complete notes and screenshots. And make a copy of the config.xml file to use for reference purposes only. It can not be copied to a fresh installation with the expectation that it will work. It won't. You should also …

  • Quote from gabs247: “Ok, thanks for all posting, but can I have the idiots version please? What do I do to set the docker base path so I can try it out? ” It's up to you. It just needs to be an existing directory on a drive that you have set to be a shared folder. I set mine as a directory named "docker" that is on the root of one of my data drives.

  • No idea what storage driver I use, I didn't specify anything that I can recall.

  • Is Plex plugin abandoned?

    gderf - - Plugins

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    Regarding the linuxserver Plex docker being self updating. Do you know how about much lag is typical between an update of Plex Media Server made by Plex.tv and an update to the docker? Do you know if the official docker offered by Plex.tv has any advantages over the Linuxserver build? Do either (or any other) Plex dockers offer provisions for PlexPass users? Thanks for any insight you might have on this.

  • Docker Issue - Sonarr and Deluge

    gderf - - Plugins

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    An easy way to visualize this is to determine what user:group on the system has sufficient rights to access the files and folders that a docker needs to read and write to. Then just run the container as that user:group. And no, root does not count All my data drive directories and files are owned by the only user I created on the system - myfirstname, who belongs to the users group. So, all my dockers run with PUID: myfirstname and PGID:users. This isn't something I had to force things into or r…

  • When might that github commit make it out as an update in the repo? If the update breaks my dockers, I'll let you know

  • Is Plex plugin abandoned?

    gderf - - Plugins

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    Quote from Ralms: “Quote from gderf: “The Plex plugin doesn't have anything whatsoever to do with the performance of the Plex Media Server program. ” I think you forgot to read the rest of the replies including the one I've mentioned lol ” And what do those replies have to do with the assertion you made but failed to validate? Why mention anything derogatory that you yourself do not know to be true?

  • Is Plex plugin abandoned?

    gderf - - Plugins

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    The Plex plugin doesn't have anything whatsoever to do with the performance of the Plex Media Server program.

  • OMV iSCSI Client and LVM?

    gderf - - Plugins

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    Quote from donh: “On my 3.0.97 I have both lvm and iscsi plugins available. How are you not seeing them? They are both omv built in plugins. Maybe your /etc/apt/ is not correct? According to this bugtracker.openmediavault.org/view.php?id=1756 iscsi may not be maintained anymore. Probably still works, I don't use it. I do use lvm. ” If they are core plugins they are not available on omvextras.org. If you have not yet installed OMV 3.x, you can't see that they are in core

  • Upgrade 2-3

    gderf - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Your decision regarding skipping OMV 3.x and going straight to 4.x will depend on some factors. The first thing is available plugins. The list of what is available in 3.x got a lot shorter in 4.x. So if any must haves are missing in OMV 4.x you will have to use dockers or install packages manually. I did a mix of those, finding some of the available dockers lacking. Second will be support. OMV 3.x is based on debian jessie which is going EOL pretty soon - officially around June 2018 . There may …

  • OMV iSCSI Client and LVM?

    gderf - - Plugins

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    Sometimes plugins that once were in omvextras.org are brought into core OMV. So if you are looking at omvextras.org for an LVM plugin, you won't find it - it's now a core capability - just enable the plugin. I don't know what's happening with iscsi other than there is no omvextras.org plugin for it at all, and I do not see one in core OMV 4.x. No idea what's in OMV 3.x. I seem to remember reading something about kernel compatibility and iscsi. But since I don't use it myself, I didn't pay any at…

  • Upgrade 2-3

    gderf - - Updates/Upgrades

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    As it has been said many, many times on this forum, there is no way to restore any OMV configuration onto a fresh install other than by configuring it all by hand from scratch. It is for this reason you should take copious notes about, and screenshots of, your prior install to use as guides when setting up a fresh install. Having a copy of the prior install's config.xml to use as reference would also be helpful. Do you have these things available? Having said that you have nothing to lose but pe…