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  • Quote from garyi: “Device "bond0" does not exist ” What does cat /etc/network/interfaces look like. # Include additional interface stanzas. source-directory interfaces.d # The loopback network interface auto lo iface lo inet loopback # ens18 network interface auto ens18 allow-hotplug ens18 iface ens18 inet dhcp dns-search example.com iface ens18 inet6 manual pre-down ip -6 addr flush dev $IFACE # bond0 network interface auto bond0 iface bond0 inet static address 10.0.83.220 gateway 10.0.83.1 net…

  • I tried adding a pair of nics in a vm and making a bond. When hitting apply I get errors. Did you get errors then? Even with the error I can ping and get to the webui. Can you ping the ip of the bond from the omv? Or another machine? Will look at the error later. root@OMV4:~# systemctl status networking.service ● networking.service - Raise network interfaces Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/networking.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled) Active: failed (Result: exit-code) since Sun 2018-…

  • Post the output of ifconfig or ip address. How did you add the other nics?

  • Samba Active Directory Domain

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    Well your method of using winbind must be top secret because you wont tell anything about it. I haven't used it for some time. It worked from the first betas threw to version 3. If you posted your steps it might have jogged my memory. Might even have tried it in a vm. When you ask for help the better questions you ask the better answers you might get.

  • What are the ip's of the lacp and built in? Did you add the lacp from the webui or cli? Too many details are better than none.

  • Samba Active Directory Domain

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    You are asking for help without providing any details of what you have done. How is anyone going to guess what may be going on? What version of omv? Steps you took to get were you are now. What version of samba server you are trying to connect to. Look threw this thread for things related to winbind. forum.openmediavault.org/index…ghlight=winbind#post79673 FYI: I think you are running into problems that sssd and realmd were developed to avoid.

  • Samba Active Directory Domain

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    Well it works for many of us so please let us know what you find. I guess wbinfo -u works too.

  • Samba Active Directory Domain

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    Since you have provided almost no details it is hard to help just guess. The code in omv is working for others. Read threw some of the examples. If your uid's are higher than 60000 look at /etc/login.defs. Since users show in getent it is almost certainly something in smb.conf. Found an old note and here is what I had in extras. #[Custom] security=ads realm=YOURDOMAIN.COM idmap config * : range = 10000-20000 idmap config * : backend = tdb idmap config YOURDOMAIN : default = yes idmap config YOUR…

  • Samba Active Directory Domain

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    Been a long time since I used winbind and the old archives seem to be gone. You probably need to add something to SMB/CIFS > "Extra options". The settings from here should be similar. forum.openmediavault.org/index…Directory-LDAP-Revisited/ That works for windows 1. #Extra Options 2. client signing = yes 3. client use spnego = yes 4. kerberos method = secrets and keytab 5. password server = server.example.com 6. realm = EXAMPLE.COM 7. security = ads Adding it in "extra options" instead of smb.co…

  • Try this. stackoverflow.com/questions/28…commands-in-batch-windows

  • Make a batch file and put an icon on the desktop. google.com/search?q=batch+file…=utf-8&client=firefox-b-1

  • LDAP / Active Directory Sumary

    donh - - CIFS/SMB

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    There are quite a few different active directory or ldap servers out there. They can provide user access and authentication to omv. There are many threads going back to the early days of omv. There is even a plugin. The biggest issue in most threads is some setting needs to be tweaked. Debian now has two packages that can now detect many settings, sssd and realmd. Maybe others too? This should solve many of those issues. If someone updated the plugin or rewrote that would be awesome. For referen…

  • Active directory is very dependent on dns. root@OMV-VM10:~# realm join -U administrator MYDOMAIN.local --verbose * Resolving: _ldap._tcp.mydomain.local * Resolving: mydomain.local * No results: mydomain.local realm: Cannot join this realm root@OMV-VM10:~# root@OMV-VM10:~# host mydomain.local mydomain.local has address 221.21.21.3 mydomain.local has IPv6 address 2002:dd15:1503::dd15:1503 mydomain.local has IPv6 address 2002:dd15:1550::dd15:1550 root@OMV-VM10:~# hostname -f OMV-VM10.mydomain.local…

  • This came from liviu.stefanescu in a conversation. He could not post it for some reason. [list] Hello donh, I was able to combine latest OMV 4.1.8.2-1 with Zentyal 5.0.10 by following this info: Guide how to join OpenMediaVault 3.x in an Active Directory domain I had some issues and I'm sending to you what took me some time to figure out, I can't post in that very useful thread. a. This information wasn't clear for me: Set the Workgroup field to DOMAIN (uppercase, and match the word before the f…

  • OMV LDAP Integration

    donh - - Plugins

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    What kind of ldap server are you connecting to? The plugin is actually quite old. There are a couple of threads using sssd and realmd. forum.openmediavault.org/index…Directory-LDAP-Revisited/ forum.openmediavault.org/index…-Active-Directory-domain/

  • Do you see it in the web ui? Storage > Disks If so click mount. If not do you see the disk in fdisk -l? If not check cables etc. If you see it add it to ?etc/fstab.

  • Not sure what hardware you are on. Old Dell and maybe some other servers had an "os install" setting in the bios. This showed the os install only 256MB of ram. Never had to use it but it drove me crazy once. Always wondered why they would do that but maybe you found out why. Anyway maybe you could remove as much ram as you can. Or do a debian minimal install and partition the diskd the way you want. Then install omv.

  • What kind of raid controller are you using? If it is onboard you might try using mdadm.

  • Error when checking for updates

    donh - - Plugins

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    We would like to duplicate your problem to keep others from having the same problem. We need the details to do so. What version did you download? What kind of hardware? Any other details that may help? Thanks

  • Error when checking for updates

    donh - - Plugins

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    What version of omv did you install? From iso, usb or other? From where?