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  • UUID dir created in root filesystem

    sbocquet - - General

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    OK. Thanks a lot.

  • UUID dir created in root filesystem

    sbocquet - - General

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    Source Code (81 lines)forum.openmediavault.org/index…78dafffb092f15d893ac43f88 Backup plugin is setup to the second partition (/dev/sda5) of the OS drive (/dev/sda1 on /dev/sda) (I know ) on which I have created a shared folder 'Sauvegardes'.

  • Yes, let's all move the infos to that one...

  • The fact is that this entry is remove even after boot time... I gonna test to re-add it and go to the plugin panel to see what happens... EDIT : Bingo ! That's it ! On a current working conf, no reboot... - I copy back the ZFS pool mount section in config.xml. - In the GUI, move to several place, tab, etc... except ZFS panel tab. No change in config.xml. - In the GUI, move to ZFS panel. config.xml is modified and the ZFS pool mount section is remove... Done several times

  • But there maybe a thing to check like if this mntent is used by a sharedfolder to avoid to delete it if it is used?

  • The ZFS pool was created 2/3 weeks ago with the plugin. It runs nicely since without a problem since, and continue to... but something is removing the <mntent> section of the pool in config.xml. If I re-add the section in the OMV config file, all the problems are solved. In that case, I doubt that ZFS himself is in fault. That's something with the pluging itself or in OMV.

  • Same for me Disk usage tab for my ZFS pool has vanished from GUI ! and here too Finding the correct mntent UUID for a filesystem not in config.xml There is definitively a problem with ZFS plugin or something related too, and that's not the version of the kernel... Check if you still have the <mntent> section of your ZFS pool in config.xml. You can copy the section back, but it will be deleted at some point... don't know by what at the moment. Source Code (35 lines)

  • UUID dir created in root filesystem

    sbocquet - - General

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    Hi, I have just checked my / dir and saw a strange dir name some kind of UUID root@home-server:~# cd / root@home-server:/# ls -al total 129 drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 4096 mars 26 17:40 ~ drwxr-xr-x 27 root root 4096 avril 18 15:53 . drwxr-xr-x 27 root root 4096 avril 18 15:53 .. drwxrwxrwx 2 root root 4096 avril 17 14:51 96d9c49e-f4af-48d9-a8bd-40992ea4c63b ... I have checked the config.xml file and it's a shared folder UUID ! <sharedfolder> <uuid>96d9c49e-f4af-48d9-a8bd-40992ea4c63b</uuid> <name>S…

  • That's the case (for the export button), but there may be another one somewhere else... as it seems I'm not the only one, except that I haven't update the backport kernel as I'm still with the 4.14 Finding the correct mntent UUID for a filesystem not in config.xml For me, the problem appears 5/6 days ago... before the new kernel was release.

  • Do you have any idea what can "clean" the ZFS mntent section in config.xml ?

  • From what I can see, the UUID in config.xml seems to have no link with some disk UUID at all. Blkid: Source Code (1 line) config.xml Source Code (10 lines) I think it is just a random UUID. But it needs to be referenced by each <sharefolder>/<mntentref> to link those two.

  • Quote from hekmatk: “Quote from sbocquet: “The card is based on a Marvell 88SE9705 chipset. Should be natively recognize, so no driver problem. ” Oh OK, nice!I have so much to learn yet... I'm really grateful for people who reply on forums . What about the other components though? Like ethernet, USB, audio (not that I need it). Is it safe to assume they'll all be detected automatically? (the PC I'm salvaging is a DEll optiplex 7010). If anyone has a tutorial already made please share it in case …

  • The card is based on a Marvell 88SE9705 chipset. Should be natively recognize, so no driver problem.

  • Hi, I think that for a reason or another, I have the same problem here, as my pool is continuously deleted from the config.xml file. Disk usage tab for my ZFS pool has vanished from GUI ! Source Code (17 lines)Source Code (12 lines)

  • Unfortunatly, Something is still modifying my config.xml file... and deleting the ZFS pool from it ! Source Code (26 lines)Any idea what can do this ? Thx

  • Hi SubZero, I managed to get my IO stats from the disks of the ZFS pool by using the DiskMgmt/enumerateDevices function in place of FileSystemMgmt/enumerateMountedFilesystems. That works. I'm having the raw stats and not the ZFS iostat results. But that enough for me ATM. The sad thing is that I must be careful at each OMV update as I "updated" 2 or 3 js scripts that would be overwriten... forum.openmediavault.org/index…78dafffb092f15d893ac43f88 Volker told me that this function enumerates also …

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from sbocquet: “How can I check what is returned by this call, and which format is it ? ” Here is the function - github.com/openmediavault/open…c/filesystemmgmt.inc#L166 It returns this array for each filesystem - github.com/openmediavault/open…c/filesystemmgmt.inc#L221 You could change this function on a test machine. As long as it returned the array with the proper structure, it should keep working. ” I have tried to replace this one with that one as it seems that…

  • So... On one hand, this morning, I copied back another time the save config file and reboot the server just after. Problem seems to be gone ! I still don't know what was keeping modifing my config file... but it "seems" to be gone. On another hand, I was asking myself why the DiskIO.js in the diskstats pluging is using the "mounted" disks to generate the UI for the I/O graph. You don't have to have a disk mounted in/by OMV to check the I/O and throughputs (e.g. ZFS disk are not mounted by OMV bu…

  • OK ! For whatever reason, the ZFS pool mount entry have disapeared from OMV config file !!! Don't know why or what happens. Luckily, with the OMV backup plugin, I had a backup of the file at last friday's evening, and manage to copy back the right section of conf the the file, and then the graph is showing back. EDIT: Gone another time several minutes after the edit... something is writing in the config.xml file and removing the ZFS pool mount point... Sometimes, computers makes me mad Source Co…

  • aybe the best way is to "add" a mount point in OMV config.xml file... as it is a mountpoint ! I don't know if there is some side effect to have a mount point in config.xml without the corresponding line in /etc/fstab ? EDIT: I have just setup a fresh VM with OMV + ZFS plugin and the tab entry is here !!! forum.openmediavault.org/index…78dafffb092f15d893ac43f88