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  • If you change /usr/share/openmediavault/mkconf/rsnapshot, it will persist until the next plugin update.

  • I have nfs setup between two systems and I can't duplicate this. Although both of my systems are running OMV 4.x. Have you considered upgrading the OMV 1.x system?

  • Quote from sam_scade: “"nfsvers=3" refused in option box, does some thing wrong in my config ? ” You are trying to add it to the nfs share option box. It should be added to the remotemount plugin option box.

  • Quote from MioCuggino: “but I've only found an useful thread that talk about a 'usbmount package', but I can't find it on 'Plugins' neither anywhere else. ” It is a Debian package not a plugin. You would install it from the command line. Quote from MioCuggino: “There is a way to overcome this issue? ” the usbbackup plugin would rsync your usb stick to a shared folder. That is about as close as you will get with a plugin. Quote from MioCuggino: “There is a way to 'automount' USB hard drives ( and…

  • Quote from KOENICH: “omv-grubiso does not sem to exist on my OMV installation ” I didn't notice you were using OMV 3.x. omv-mkconf omvextras rebootcz

  • You must not have backports enabled. There is a button to enable backports in the Repos tab of omv-extras.

  • Help with Easy Backup solution

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from henfri: “I was refering to this: ” I didn't see that but it is not the best workaround and harder to setup. Quote from henfri: “Why do you think it is easier developing something from scratch ” Because it isn't developing it from scratch. It is using rsync in a normal way. rsnapshot uses rsync. Personally, I don't like rsnapshot's config files. rsync can do everything easily from the command line. The only thing creative is the clean up. Quote from henfri: “ather than extending rsnaps…

  • Quote from sam_scade: “192.168.1.31:/Data2 /srv/27a65d48-66bf-4967-bcf0-b66e227286cb nfs4 rw,relatime,vers=4.2,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,namlen=255,hard,proto=tcp,timeo=14,retrans=2,sec=sys,clientaddr=192.168.1.26,local_lock=none,addr=192.168.1.31 0 0 192.168.1.30:/_RacineDATA /srv/fe433590-1c64-4330-b4af-5a81aa4eb83f nfs4 rw,relatime,vers=4.0,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,namlen=255,hard,proto=tcp,timeo=14,retrans=2,sec=sys,clientaddr=192.168.1.26,local_lock=none,addr=192.168.1.30 0 0 192.168.1.33:/DIRRACI…

  • I only see that error once when logging into the web interface for the first time. Because the plugin's tabs are loaded at that time, it is possible that code does not have access to info that it needs. If something wasn't working, I would be more concerned but I just don't have time to track this down.

  • New SSD

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from MvL: “you mean use the backup plugin Openmediavault provide? ” That could work but is difficult to explain how to do it. Clonezilla is better.

  • Quote from BazzUK: “Does matter switched to Feenas all is good. ” Well, at least you waited four hours (minus time to intall freenas) to get a response. There is no reason that system shouldn't work with OMV. I have used a 9211-8i for years with OMV along with many Supermicro boards.

  • Looks right. Not sure why it isn't working. Might be because your share doesn't have a leading slash. What is the output of: grep nfs /proc/mounts

  • Quote from KOENICH: “how to boot to Clonezilla via shell ” omv-grubiso rebootcz

  • How to do lvm?

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Quote from raven66: “No, it was formatted and wiped by GParted even before I put my machine together, and then I wipe both of them with OMV GUI, just to be sure. ” A lot of wiping utilities don't remove the zfs signature though. That is why I asked. I have never seen a drive not show up when it was 100% blank with no signatures unless the OS didn't see it either.

  • Best backup solution for OMV 4?

    ryecoaaron - - Plugins

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    Quote from raven66: “So, basically, if I boot my machine with Clonezilla Live USB and make an image of disk, then everything I have to do, is restore img to sda, right? This is what you mean by "easier"? ” Yes Quote from raven66: “So, correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe I can do the same in OMV by creating cronjobs with proper rsync command(s), si? ” Somewhat. Timeshift is taking snapshots of data files and those can easily be written over. Restoring OS files is not the same since you don't a…

  • rootfs matches resource limit

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    The logs are not the big user of space. The database is. That is why it is filling your drive. An 8GB root drive is not helping you either.

  • How to do lvm?

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Quote from raven66: “Anyway, no method worked. Even after wiping the drives. ” Did you have a zfs signature on these drive by any chance?

  • If you install clonezilla from the kernel tab of omv-extras, you can set it to boot once.

  • Best backup solution for OMV 4?

    ryecoaaron - - Plugins

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    Quote from raven66: “With these, am I good to go with system backup? ” Yes. Quote from raven66: “Is this plugin working correctly and how to restore this backup in case of sh...emergency? ” Yes it is working correctly. How to restore from an omv-backup? Quote from raven66: “And why most of you advise using clonezilla instead? ” Because it is easier.

  • Quote from Falco: “I did find a solution using targetcli-fb. I configured it manually and it works like a charm. ” I didn't realize you would consider an option outside the web interface. Glad it works.