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  • "undefined" item on Menu

    crisman - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Thanks Aaron, This is really a problem with the ad blocker "AD Muncher" I've installed a few weeks ago, I disabled it now the menu its working fine, It never cross my mind that the problem could be the ad blocker.

  • "undefined" item on Menu

    crisman - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “The menu belongs with SMART. Never seen that before. Try the apt clean button. There is server side javascript caching as well. ” I tryed the "apt clean" button but nothing happens, the "undefined item" on the menu stills in the place of the "Smart" menu item. What is the next step? someone else to help? Thanks.

  • "undefined" item on Menu

    crisman - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Hi Aaron, This is not a browser cache since it happen's also on other different computer browsers. I have this same issue on a system with 2.x version, what to do ? I thing you're not tell me to upgrade also? Is there anything else than can be done? Thanks.

  • "undefined" item on Menu

    crisman - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Hi Guys, Usually I try to keep my OMV machines updated and during one of the last updates during last week, the SMART menu Item is show as "undefinied" what can I do to fix this? I've this same issue on two different systems, one is OMV version 1 and the other is version 2. See attached image for system version 1. Thanks, Crisman.

  • Post your UTM / Firewall / Router box!

    crisman - - Off-Topic

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    My box: Akasa Euler akasa.com.tw/update.php?tpl=pr…ini ITX&model=AK-ITX05-BK Motherboard: Intel DQ77KB amazon.com/Intel-Desktop-Mothe…55-mini-ITX/dp/B00840BACU Processor: Intel core i5-3470T 35W 6 Gb Ram / SSD 60 Gb SOPHOS UTM 9.4 Home (Web Protection / Wireless Protection / Network Protection / Webserver Protection) 120 Mbit Fibre

  • RPi 3 Thoughts...

    crisman - - Off-Topic

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    Hi Guys, I think that Orange Pi Plus 2 its a little more expensive but excellent for OMV. orangepi.org/orangepiplus2/

  • Just for Statistics

    crisman - - General

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    Quote from WastlJ: “Still on 1.19 :-P” Yes! This is an production machine on my company and we need a stable system so 1.19 is more than enough!

  • Just for Statistics

    crisman - - General

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    Hi Guys, Just want to share this info and make some special thanks to the supporters on this forum. My server was running for more than 12 months with all updates till date and only had to restart it to move it to another place.

  • Update to omv 2.1

    crisman - - Updates/Upgrades

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    Hello, Follow instructions on this post: Upgrade to OMV 2.x Regards.

  • Supermicro X10SRi-F

    crisman - - Motherboards

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    I'm not using that motherboard also but using other Supermicro models with IBM Serveraid M1015 and Dell PERC H200 flashed in IT mode without any issue!!

  • SparesMissing event

    crisman - - General

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    No Aaron because the hard drive its not show.

  • SparesMissing event

    crisman - - General

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    Thanks, I will try and see if error message has gone. But the entry on the file /cat/mdstat will stay the same: the entry sdh[0] (F) Source Code (2 lines)

  • SparesMissing event

    crisman - - General

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    Hi Guys, I'm receiving everyday this email message: Source Code (16 lines) I had a drive "sdh" on array "md126" that was with problem and automatically went offline causing the array to be degraded, so I replaced it with a new one "sdj" and rebuilded the array, now getting this message but didn't see how to remove the old drive, how can I do this? Thanks.

  • Degraded Array

    crisman - - RAID

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    It seems that the drive /dev/sdh has already been "removed" by the system, what are the next steps? Thanks

  • Degraded Array

    crisman - - RAID

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    Hi, I've a faulty drive and would like to replace it by a new one but on the GUI Raid Management the "remove" button is not enabled only the "recover", how can I proceed with the command line to remove the faulty drive and add the new one? I know by the command below that the faulty drive is /dev/sdh Source Code (32 lines) Thanks.

  • Happy Easter!!!

    crisman - - General

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    I wish you all the same!

  • RAID5 new disk failed while rebuild

    crisman - - RAID

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    Ok! Got it now.

  • RAID5 new disk failed while rebuild

    crisman - - RAID

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    Glad to hear the array was intact! Keep an eye on your hardware cause you maybe have some problem!

  • RAID5 new disk failed while rebuild

    crisman - - RAID

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “That is the whole point of raid 5 - to allow one disk to fail without losing data. So, his data should be fine at this point.” No its not that! It seems he has a failed drive and inserted a new one that also failed while rebuilding the array!

  • RAID5 new disk failed while rebuild

    crisman - - RAID

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    Aaron If I understand He already have a failed drive while rebuilding, so probably all data has gone! But not sure!