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  • Falsche Locale bei Cronjobs?

    knumsi - - General

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    Hey, nein, die Software läuft einmal auf einem ESX-Host und einmal auf einem HP N54L. Danke dennoch =) Niemand mit dem gleichen Problem?

  • Falsche Locale bei Cronjobs?

    knumsi - - General

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    Hallo Zusammen, ich habe zwei Server mit OMV 3.x (aktuellster Stand) und mir ist ein Verhalten aufgefallen, das ich als nicht korrekt empfinde. Ich habe von 2.x aktualisiert auf 3.x - bisher ohne besondere Vorkommnisse. Starte ich einen Cron-Job mit flexget, meckert flexget mit einer Fehlermeldung. Bei meiner ersten Flexget Config kommt folgender Fehler: 2017-03-27 22:24 WARNING manager Your locale declares ascii as the filesystem encoding. Any plugins reading filenames from disk will not work p…

  • There are some good solutions: owncloud as webinterface (http/sync client, you will need to open http(s) port on your router) openVPN as access to your complete NAS (smb, http, ssh, ..., you will need to open openVPN port) But for both you will need to have either a static ip or a dyndns url.

  • Dokumenten-Management - Einstiegsfragen

    knumsi - - General

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    Quote from testereneco: “[...] btw: Habe auch ein durchautomatisiertes Haus mit allem 'pi-pa-po'. Bei Bedarf, gerne mehr dazu. [...] Was möchte ich denn? Ich möchte das die OCR-PDF-Dokumenten indiziert und möglichst plattformunabhängig (WebfrontEnd) durchsucht und gefunden werden können. [...] Das Recoll scheint genau das Richtige hierfür zu sein. Guter Tipp! [...] Bestellt habe ich mir vor ein paar Tagen einen Shredder, einen Paginierstempel, einen Enthefter und eben den ix500. Trotz des großen…

  • Norco ITX-S8 nas build

    knumsi - - My NAS Build

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    RAID 5 Minimum HDDs: 3 Extend RAID 5: Extend Raid5

  • Reinstalling PLEX -> dpkg error

    knumsi - - Plugins

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    Did you try to manually create the missing directory? (Hidden Content) did you try to purge everything from plex? Purge removes configuration as well. something like "dpkg -p <packagename>"

  • logrotate not working?

    knumsi - - General

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    Logrotate is on a weekly base. what says: ls -Al /var/log/daemon* when was this file created? Perhaps it is not about logrotate but some of your packages spamming the log (debug etc.)?

  • Backports for Jessie (stable) are Stretch (testing) components. Whilst Backports for Wheezy (oldstable) are Jessie (stable) components. Now you are using the kernel of debian "testing" and as the name says: It's not stable As OMV3 is Do you have serious reasons for using backports in stable/jessie? Did you also install/reinstall/update the correct package? --> firmware-amd-graphics packages.debian.org/stretch/firmware-linux-nonfree My suggestion: Don't try to use Debian testing branch (unstable)…

  • Or you could try this tool: syncany.org/ Very promising but not in a final release ...

  • Re: Changing from RAID 5 to SnapRaid?

    knumsi - - RAID

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    Use the internal SATA Port =) That is way faster. If you dont have any warranty on your external drive you could open it VERY carefully (there are some manuals on the internet) and plug it to a free SATA slot on your NAS =)

  • Re: Delete Sparse Image Bundle

    knumsi - - General

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    Probably a permission thing. Whats standing at Perms and Owner in extplorer?

  • Quote: “Gesendet: Di 10. Dez 2013, 13:17 Von: kruppka An: knumsi Hallo knumsi, ich schreibe Dir, weil Du einen Post in meinem Thread (viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2198) hinterlassen hast und ich noch immer keine Lösung gefunden habe...schade! Ich habe in OMV immer dasselbe Problem, egal welche HDD (oder USB-Stick) ich als System-Disk verwende, wenn ich eine HDD löschen ("wipe") möchte (über die Weboberfläche von OMV): das System scheint einen Kernel-Panic zu bekommen und kurz darauf geht gar nichts mehr …

  • Hello Polaris, it should work that way =) I just made some Updates to the script. As you should insert the script content into the WAN up section, you should make the router run this script by rebooting the router for example.

  • I just accidentially killed my good old "WRT54GL" router which i wanted to use for DD-WRT testing. But in general it is a startup script which you can use "somewhere" in the admin interface =)

  • Should work at least with the "Ping mode". But as iPads etc. are "always on" (wake up to pull for mails etc.) you should not ping them =) And: WOL cant be sent to WLAN targets, i hope thats clear to you (no WLAN-NAS can be "Wake on _LAN_")

  • Hello Olivier, what are these enterprise features you are talking about? Knumsi

  • runs on Tomato too

  • Re: Dynamic DNS Services

    knumsi - - Off-Topic

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    but the HDDs are only 2x2 instead of 2x3 seems to be another Hetzner customer?

  • you dont need the second script just make sure that this is set: Source Code (1 line)

  • Re: NFS owner & idmapd

    knumsi - - NFS

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    some time ago i have had similar problems. Ended up with this cfg: Client mount: 192.168.xxx.xxx.:/[dir] /mnt/[dir] nfs4 rsize=8192,wsize=8192,soft,timeo=10,intr Server export: /exports/[dir] 192.168.xxx.0/255.255.255.0(rw,async,no_subtree_check,all_squash,fsid=0) did not change anything in /etc/idmapd as nfs uses nobody:nogroup automatically if anonuid:anonguid is not given Works for me, but was too "hard work" for just a share