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  • Thanks. This answer is more helpful.

  • Installing PHP 7.2

    Sunday - - General

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    So what is the purpose of configuring a PHP pool in your plugin if you are not able to select at least the PHP version? Different execution time, upload limits, etc. isn't neccessary at all on a local NAS in my opinion to configure different pools. PHP version will be. Quote: “Since I don't think multiple versions of php should be on the box ” Why not? OMV isn't touched in anyway. What should be the problem? One of the advantages of PHP FPM is the ability to execute different PHP versions.

  • Not so much information please. Why "No"?

  • Not work MySQL backup

    Sunday - - Plugins

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    My MYSQL backup call returns just NULL. Source Code (3 lines)Whats wrong here?

  • If also got this message with the latest OMV4. Could the provided fix not included with the next release?

  • Installing PHP 7.2

    Sunday - - General

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    I got PHP 7.2 installed on debian using this howto: colinodell.com/blog/201711/installing-php-72 What I want to achieve is, using differnt PHP versions for my dev websites hosted on my NAS and played out using the nginx module. OMV could stay on the PHP 7.0. I created a issue in the nginx git repo: github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plug…ediavault-nginx/issues/27 May be you can take a look at it. Currently I don't see any advantage of the pool config tab without he possibility to select the PHP version t…

  • Thanks a lot, that helped me to get the "exec" permanently (reboot safe). To answer by own questions, I think the Raid drive isn't designed to be used as a development drive I guess, its just as plain data storage, which hasn't the need to exec something.

  • Quote from ryecoaaron: “Why would you reinstall everything? 4.0.2 reverted the changes. ” Will trying to fix this it, I totally screwed up my system.

  • I did a complete reinstall of OMV (including openmediavault-nginx 4.0.2). Now everythings works again as expected.

  • Raid + Nginx + NodeJs

    Sunday - - General

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    Hi, I use the nginx plugin to serve my dev websites. The websites are stored on a Raid5 build of 3 disks. One of the website uses NodeJS so I installed v8.9.4 (nodejs.org/en/download/package…based-linux-distributions). Afterwards I tried running "npm install" which failed with: Source Code (25 lines) Digging around I finally found this bug report on node-sass and the proposed solution: github.com/sass/node-sass/issues/1407#issuecomment-255406068 After updating the /etc/fstab by adding "exec" to …

  • The zzz-omv-nginx file in the sites-available folder contains no entries for "listen 8083" only the IPv6 part "listen [::]:8083". If I add this manually and reboot the NAS the website shows up. But if I disable the nginx module in the OMV gui and enable it again the pages once again are not reachable, the config file has been rewritten and the "listen 8083" entry is missing again.

  • Executing for instance "curl -i NAS-IP:8083" results in curl: (7) Failed to connect to NAS-IP port 8083: Verbindungsaufbau abgelehnt

  • Installing PHP 7.2

    Sunday - - General

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    Hi, is there any way to install PHP 7.2 on OMV4? Currently only PHP 7.0 is shipped.

  • After enabling the module openmediavault-nginx 4.0.1 and setting up a PHP pool, a server to listen on port 8083 and activating the nginx, nothing happens. Calling my NAS IP with port 8083 shows not up my configured website. Instead it prints out the common firefox message "Connection failed". Whats wrong? I'm running latest OMV4 with PHP7.0

  • rtcwake and date

    Sunday - - General

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    Hi, I'm relatively new at using openmediavault. I configured the autoshutdown plugin to go to suspend to ram (hibernate seems not to work) if a list of configured ip is not reachable. So far so good. Now I'm trying to use rtcwake to wake the system up at 7:00 o'clock in the morning. I configured rtcwake as a crontab entry: Source Code (1 line) If I execute the command on the shell I get the following: Source Code (2 lines) Local timezone Source Code (2 lines) Why its printing 8:00 o'clock? UTC t…