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  • Automount with BTRFS failed

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Primaerplan: “How can i fix this problem permanently? ” That is a question I can't answer. I've tried for years to figure out why these arrays will assemble but fail on the next boot. It doesn't help that I don't have an array in that state myself.

  • Raid Mirror

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Quote from Currymunster: “It was called a RAID Mirror using three 500gb HDDs ” So, it is a three way mirror (double redundancy). You could fail one of them and wipe/format it. Then you could sync from the array but if it is only 8GB, I wouldn't go through the trouble. I would backup the data, wipe all three drives in the Physical Disks tab, and format all three ext4 in the Filesystems tab. Then we can go from there.

  • Automount with BTRFS failed

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Primaerplan: “active (auto-read-only) ” Here is the problem. It probably isn't assembled at time of mounting since it isn't functioning correctly.

  • MySQL no root access

    ryecoaaron - - Plugins

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    With OMV 4.x/mariadb, the idea is to not allow password login with mysql as root. If you execute mysql as the root user or use sudo, it should just login. This is a security feature and why the omvadmin user is created so you can login with a password (for scripting or other reasons). I don't see any reason to change the behavior of the root user.

  • Raid Mirror

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    1 - What kind of raid is it? Do you have backup? 2 - They are but there are also plugins for both. rsync is part of OMV. rsnapshot is a plugin in omv-extras that can be installed once you install omv-extras. 3 - It might be able to. I don't know how duplicati works with hard links that rsnapshot uses.

  • Raid Mirror

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Quote from Currymunster: “Also can I point out that my server is not being used as a backup. the data on it is the primary copy used and shared between 7 computers. ” Here is what I think you should do (obviously it is generic) but should work for most home/small business setups: Drive #1 - primary copy of files - shared via samba as SHARE1 Drive #2 - secondary copy that is sync'd by rsync (could be sync'd every minute if you need it) - shared via samba as SHARE2 and set to read only Drive #3 - …

  • Duplicati

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Currymunster: “Just checked and it's not installed - Thumbs down! ” It isn't included with omv itself.

  • Raid Mirror

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Quote from Currymunster: “I see - I run a business from home and need certain files to complete invoices, send them and type up quotes so I need it all the time so I'm guessing the RAID Mirror is a good option. ” I don't use a mirror array anywhere. I think rsync/rsnapshot is better. Quote from Currymunster: “The rsync sounds good but I assume I would need another backup sauce for that? ” If you rsnapshot (uses rsync) from one drive to another, you would have the source plus a number of hourly, …

  • Add LSI SMI-S Provider to OMV

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    It is possible to install an RPM on Debian but I'm not a fan of this process. I guess you could try it in a VM though.

  • Add LSI SMI-S Provider to OMV

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    You posted instructions on installing the package for CentOS/RHEL/etc. Are there instructions for installing on Debian or Ubuntu? That should be all you need to do.

  • Quote from therock003: “IS there a way to do this without paying ” It can be scary but you should be able to recreate the partition with fdisk as long as you create it exactly the same. extundelete might help you too.

  • Raid Mirror

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Quote from Currymunster: “I was on the assumption that if one drive failed you had a fail safe so in a way its backed up?? ” It is safe if one drive fails BUT if you delete a file accidentally, it is gone on both drives instantly. So, that is why it is not backup. Quote from Currymunster: “I don't understand what redundancy means in this situation?? ” Redundancy is that you system can keep running if one drive fails. This is usually not needed by home users. If you were running a scheduled rsync…

  • Duplicati

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Currymunster: “How do I tell?? ” If there is a plugin in the list that is named openmediavault-omvextrasorg, then it is installed. I suggest watching these videos otherwise - Installation and Setup Videos - Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced

  • Execution failed Service nginx

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from mrperfektone: “How should I solve it just got them again after reboot ? ” Your system is a mess... Try to start each service and check the status with systemctl status and journalctl -xe. The error messages should tell you more.

  • Duplicati

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Currymunster: “How do I install it. ” Do you have omv-extras installed?

  • Raid Mirror

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    1 - yes 2 - most of the time 3 - You can fail one drive at a time and replace with a larger drive then resync for each drive. After all drives are replaced, you could grow the filesystem. But... Ask yourself why you want raid. It isn't backup and only gives you redundancy. I recommend to most people who want a mirror to use rsync instead since most people don't need realtime mirroring. If you are just trying to pool the drives, the unionfilesystem plugin is a good option. If you still want some …

  • Quote from dojrude: “Am I going to have issues with my docker instances if I have to remove and reinstall both docker and imv-extras manually? ” I don't know why it didn't upgrade. This file should make it upgrade properly. I will have to test. That said, you shouldn't have to remove the plugin. After you re-installed omv-extras, the plugins should upgrade without uninstalling.

  • Where to start ?

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Guffe: “Where should I start? ” Set up rsync server and modules on the camres. Set up rsync job on pinas. There are a couple of guides on the forum about setting this up. Quote from Guffe: “Since I would like to run this at a cron job every day I guess I need to be able to do ssh with no password? ” Nope. You can setup a scheduled rsync job that uses the rsync protocol. I use it myself.

  • Automount with BTRFS failed

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    /dev/md0 may exist but is the array assembled and functioning? cat /proc/mdstat