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  • Quote from riff-raff: “Well a Xeon E3 V3 4C/8T should not take half an hour to compile a kernel module .... ” I agree but I can't do anything to make it better. Quote from riff-raff: “/var/lib/dkms/zfs/0.7.9/build/configure: line 13069: dpkg-architecture: command not found why is there an architecture-failure? ” The command doesn't exist because the dpkg-dev package isn't installed. It doesn't seem to affect anything on my systems though.

  • I guess my previous query was wrong. Weird. But the fact that the package has rpi in the version means it is probably from the raspbian repo and you no longer have that repo in your sources. So, it can't update. You must have used one of the old raspbian based OMV RPi images instead of the newer armbian based images?

  • Quote from riff-raff: “well, its a Quad CPU, utilization during build is almost zero. ” An RPi3 is a quad core but still slow. Nothing I can do to make it compile faster.

  • Quote from Blabla: “After installing the latest zfs plug-in from the testing repo can I disabling it again? ” Sure.

  • Your sources look fine. Looking at the Debian package search, the dnsmasq-base package doesn't exist in Debian Jessie. Why are you trying to install it instead of dnsmasq?

  • Quote from riff-raff: “hangs there .... 15 min already ” It isn't hanging. It is compiling. If it is still going after 15 minutes, you must have a slow cpu and/or a low cpu core count. Quote from riff-raff: “so the solution should be installing dpkg-dev? ” It is a solution for removing that one error message. Quote from riff-raff: “drops the error ” Not sure why the module isn't loading. The following command will fix it: echo "zfs" > /etc/modules-load.d/zfs.conf

  • Did you change your sources.list file? Post the output of: cat /etc/apt/sources.list cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*

  • Quote from riff-raff: “After waiting for an hour error-messages occur .... whats wrong with it? ” That error didn't affect my test installs. it can be removed by installing the dpkg-dev package. Quote from riff-raff: “A new approach with fresh OMV4, without patched Kernel 4.16 hangs at installing kernel-headers: ” The zfs 0.7.6 package doesn't build on the 4.16 kernel. That is why I put the 0.7.9 in the omv-extras testing repo. Quote from riff-raff: “Even with 0.7.9 i get the nasty error. ” Why …

  • Degraded or missing raid array questions

  • Quote from hoppel118: “What about my last question? ” The 4.15 kernel and 0.7.6 zfs packages work together but not with the plugin.

  • deb [url=''][/url] sid main non-free You need to remove this line from /etc/apt/sources.list that you added. This is causing the problems. If your system installed a lot of packages from sid, you will have a mess on your hands. I highly recommend fresh installing OMV 4.x.

  • Quote from hoppel118: “What do I have to now? Is the following the right way? 4. Reboot to the latest kernel 4.16 5. Install the new zfs packages 6. Maybe another Reboot is needed ” Sounds ok to me.

  • Quote from flmaxey: “But, I must have something else going on. Even with kernel 4.9.0, the ZFS plugin is still attempting to install 0.7.9 and it stops with an endless Error. It's time to start over and sift through the details. ” If you disable the omv-extras testing repo, it won't install the 0.7.9 packages.

  • ZFS Installation Error - May 2018

    ryecoaaron - - General


    Quote from Kreative_Joy: “nstall 4.15.0-0.bpo.2-amd64 Kernel before install ZFS . ” That won't work now that the linux-headers-amd64 package points to the 4.16 headers.

  • PHP5 and PHP7 together on OMV?

    ryecoaaron - - General


    I would run that app in a php5 docker.

  • Quote from alocam: “I tried umount: ” You probably have services using that filesystem. Booting into a rescue distro like systemrescuecd is probably the best way to do this.

  • Unable to start virtualbox service

    ryecoaaron - - Plugins


    Not sure then. It compiled the module but something is still wrong. I would probably purge everything again like the link I pointed at, update everything (which will take you to the 4.16 kernel), reboot, and then install the plugin again.

  • I forgot that since it is still assembled but degraded that the filesystem would still be mounted. You need to unmount the filesystem before running the command. Use the umount command. Quote from alocam: “In case I can somehow stop RAID, how can I identify the supposedly missing (damaged) drive to run next command? (the [ed] between brackets). ” You are assuming the drive is damaged. Just because an array didn't assembled doesn't mean the drive is damaged. This is a big reason I would normally …

  • What is the output of: dpkg -l | grep openm cat /etc/apt/sources.list cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*

  • Quote from flmaxey: “Would using kernel 4.9 in stretch have detrimental affects on the rest of OMV4's packages (specifically Samba)? ” Packages? I can't think of one that would be affected. Hardware support? Yes. btrfs? yes. The kernel has nothing to do with samba.