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  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “I don't care if cloudshell is available but I don't think a broken repo should be on the image. If someone wants cloudshell, they can add the repo themselves. ” I notified Hardkernel and Justin replied right now: "John has updated his PPA repo. We downloaded “OMV_4_Odroid_XU4_HC1_HC2.img.xz" image and installed. And updated the system with a couple of apt commands from a SSH terminal and everything looked fine even though OMV WebUI updater didn’t work." @R0GGER and @ryeco…

  • Rock64 media board

    tkaiser - - General

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    github.com/ayufan-rock64/linux-build/releases/tag/0.6.44 (that's latest release, everything more recent is 'pre-release' AKA beta) Take care that you choose an image for 'rock64' but not 'rockpro64'. The images are now created for two different but slightly incompatible boards available at the same location. I personally managed to download the wrong image four times now within the last three weeks (testing with RockPro64 and downloading Rock64 images that will never boot). So you're not alone

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “@tkaiser The repo should probably be xenial or bionic since cosmic doesn't exist yet. ” Don't care at all. The function to support this Cloudshell 2 thingy is stil Source Code (4 lines)I warned Hardkernel folks last August that such a private repo is a recipe to break but they said everything is ok: forum.odroid.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=27919&start=50#p200021 Seems they only care about their own Ubuntu offerings and forgot that I wasted more than a whole day to get their C…

  • OMV Raspberry Pi B+ Wireless Keyboard

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from ShaneM: “is it better to start with a fresh Debian build (RaspBian) and then install OMV as a package (if thats available)? ” If you want OMV on Raspbian I would strongly recommend to use the optimized install variant: OMV 4 image for Raspberrypi Source Code (3 lines)For the benefits look at 2) and 3) here: forum.armbian.com/topic/3953-p…findComment&comment=44097

  • Call for testers: OMV4 for ARM boards

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from ShaneM: “Is there any way to inject the drivers so that it'll work out the box? ” Neiher know nor care. It should work since we use exactly the same kernel (= drivers) as Raspbian guys do (from archive.raspberrypi.org) but why connecting display/keyboard anyway? OMV is a headless system, it needs only a network connection and everything else you do in the browser or a SSH console. There's really no need to attach a keyboard and a display (and if I ever touch the image again I'll ensur…

  • Quote from tkaiser: “Currently no RPi around and I don't think I'll buy such crappy hardware ever again... ” To my surprise I did not already delete the images on the build VM. Repeated the procedure and to me it looks like only permissions of the root directory were wrong and a simple chmod should be all that's needed: Source Code (27 lines)So with new procedure (only change is the chmod call) here's the result: OMV_4_Raspberry_Pi_2_3_3Plus.img.xz @frankja2 can you test please? Maybe this time …

  • Quote from subzero79: “@tkaiser something to fix on the omv4 images ” Why? Seems only the RPi image is affected (which is created differently -- seems the 'some annoying manual steps included' I mentioned when I called for testers messed things up?). Currently no RPi around and I don't think I'll buy such crappy hardware ever again...

  • Quote from jata1: “On a RPI you add the dts overlay commands to config.txt in /boot ” Why do people refuse to understand that Rasperry Pi is no normal ARM SBC but proprietary crap? This config.txt thing is nothing related to Linux. It's read by the proprietary closed source primary OS (a RTOS called ThreadX) running on the primary CPU (VideoCore IV). There's ThreadX code that reads this stuff and then either directly manipulates the hardware (clockspeeds, turbo mode and so on) or in this case ma…

  • Quote from omv_addict: “I'm using LACP 802.3ad bond configuration ” And you expect LACP being handled properly by what exactly at this early stage?

  • Files by samba very slow

    tkaiser - - Network

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    Quote from raulfg3: “Please read FAQ: nº 5 is what you need to see ” Even if SMB transfers totally stall? I would look into dmesg output and at the network cable/switch first in such a situation.

  • Quote from TheLostSwede: “Any specs you have in mind? ” It should be a device not suffering from 'the transfer is very slow even to 0, yesterday it worked very well' problem. I would do some basic troubleshooting first instead of blaming the motherboard...

  • Setup for swapping hdd's in Odroid HC2

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    Quote from strawb: “I'd like to have it so that the HC2 thinks that the 2 hdd's are the same thing. This would mean that I could never mount them concurrently, which I don't see as a problem. ” Quick check on an OMV4 host: config.xml reads as this Source Code (10 lines)And this is the result: Source Code (7 lines)My understanding is that the uuid is needed to define a unique entity but as long as you ensure both disks/partitions have exactly the same label the above config should be fine regardl…

  • Quote from macom: “Is this an actual problem in this case? ” Not really. But the device naming scheme in Linux was/is really braindead since the beginning. Insert an USB thumb drive and /dev/sda is sdb, same with the stupid network naming scheme (ethX). Labels are a great improvement, UUIDs even more but I had to learn last year that UUIDs do not work with OMV semantics.

  • Call for testers: OMV4 for ARM boards

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from Stolirocks: “Sorry if I offended anyone ” Nobody feels offended. It's still just what I already wrote: Quote from tkaiser: “If you want to get things resolved you need to provide information. That's the 'Show details' button and then copy and paste in a code block here in the forum. Screenshots are pretty much useless if they contain only fractions of messages. ” So what about doing this now?!

  • Quote from john3voltas: “I know people that have lost all their ZFS pool data due to the fact that they had only 4GB or RAM ” References please. I only know the usual FUD spread by the same FreeNAS forum moderator who is also responsible for spreading the 'ZFS without ECC will destroy not only your data but the whole world' FUD. If you have just 4 GB of DRAM and you run in a home environment there's no reason to waste 3 GB of your DRAM for a type of cache you can't make use of. Adjust this and y…

  • Quote from cabrio_leo: “Could you give a general recommendation how much RAM should be dedicated for the ARC in home environments? ” As low as you want of course. What is ARC? zfsbuild.com/2010/04/15/explanation-of-arc-and-l2arc/ This is for servers and 'hot data' and is to ensure most used data remains in fast RAM. Home environments that do not also use their ZFS pools to run virtual machines off are best described as 'cold data'. Something is written to the NAS, then nothing happens for days, …

  • Quote from john3voltas: “Without ECC RAM, using ZFS is basically playing Russian roulette with your data ” 100% wrong. Especially when you don't want to use ECC RAM or can't afford of course you should use a checksummed filesystem like ZFS. jrs-s.net/2015/02/03/will-zfs-…n-ecc-ram-kill-your-data/ Same misunderstanding is about DRAM and ZFS. ZFS needed huge amounts of DRAM. Back in 2009 when we deployed it on Solaris machines. Things have changed. Today you only need huge amounts of RAM if you wa…

  • Call for testers: OMV4 for ARM boards

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from Stolirocks: “so I just ignore this? ” At least I have to ignore screenshots since zero information. If you want to get things resolved you need to provide information. That's the 'Show details' button and then copy and paste in a code block here in the forum. Screenshots are pretty much useless if they contain only fractions of messages. Quote from jata1: “forgot to mention that my rock64 is using the ayufan's latest OMV4 armhf image and it uses eth0 for the network. why/how is this g…

  • Call for testers: OMV4 for ARM boards

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from Stolirocks: “any ideas how to fix these duplicate repo entries? It happens when I install omv from armbian-config ” Source Code (2 lines)Please remember that it's a harmless warning and even if you have 100 times the same entry in different source lists it will be used only once and correctly. It's a cosmetical issue and my understanding is that it's generated by openmediavault-extras installation adding the kernel-backports repo (which is of no use on the ARM boards anyway) another t…

  • Call for testers: OMV4 for ARM boards

    tkaiser - - General

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    Quote from tkaiser: “In general there's a duplicate entry resulting in 'apt update' warning: ” Currently testing with RockPro64 using ayufan's latest OMV4 armhf image and running in a similar issue with duplicate entries: Source Code (1 line)So I would assume this is part of the generic OMV installation routine since both his and mine images are 100% scripted/automated. It's the 'deb packages.openmediavault.org/public/ arrakis main' line that is a duplicate. No idea which file to delete in this …