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  • Nginx and spdy?

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    thx 4 answer

  • Nginx and spdy?

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    Nobody has an idea?

  • Nginx and spdy?

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    How can I enable spdy with a server I created with the OMV Nginx plugin? e.g. listen 443 ssl spdy;

  • Thanks for all the feedback ... I'll see if I can figure out the reason myself and get back when (and if) I have a solution

  • Hi all, I just converted my shared hard drive from NTFS to ext4. Before the conversion, I was able to get a whooping 11 MB/sec dowloading files via SMB (which is great considering the 100mbps LAN connection). After the conversion, transfer speed went down to 4 MB/sec and smbd maxes out CPU load to 100% during the transfer. Is there anything I can do to get back my old transfer speeds (except converting back to NTFS ...)?

  • Quote from dornier: “Hi everyone, I'm new to this SBC thing and was able to get OMV running on my new Pi3 B+. It works fine, but the fastest transfer speed I see on my GB network is about 10-11 mbps. I'm running OMV 3.0.99. What am I doing wrong or what do I have to modify to at least get 100mbps? Thanks, George ” Read here New approach for Raspberry Pi OMV images

  • Monitor drive spindown status?

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    I would like to monitor the spindown status of my hard drives. For this, I found the following shell script which works when I call it at bootup via ./check_hdd_spindown.sh /dev/sda /dev/sdb >> /var/log/spindown.log However, the script has a couple of setbacks: - it must always run in the background and thus uses up system resources - it does not integrate in the web-gui or monitoring - finding out how many hours a disk was spinning a day from the log alone is a pain Is there any easier way to m…

  • Is there any difference between the rsync and the rsnapshot plugins?

  • Ok, thanks And how did you set up your backup?

  • Ok, I give up ... Can anybody tell me at least the sequence of commands to convert my RAID1 back to two single drives (without loosing data), mounting them in OMV and setting up a nightly backup with rsync?

  • Hi, I have the following problem on my RAID1 consisting of two 1GB-partitions (one 1TB drive /dev/sda1, one 1TB partition on a 4TB drive /dev/sdb1). After OMV-reboot, the second drive is always missing from the array and it is showing as clean & degraded. Funny enough, the other partition (NTFS, standalone) on the same drive as the missing RAID partition is showing up. Host platform is RPi2 on OMV 3.0.99. Below are the commandline dumps. And help is highly appreciated. And yes, I know that RPi i…

  • Clean, degraded Raid (Mirror)

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    Hi all, I have a similar problem - my RAID1 is suddenly not showing up, so here is what I did: Source Code (3 lines) sdb1 is definitely not failed (i.e. sdb2 is working fine as standalone partition) ... what can I do to add sdb1 again without having to rebuid the whole thing which takes forever?

  • Still no success in reproducing the shutdown crash. However, as last shutdown message, I always get Source Code (1 line)

  • Ok, now I was able to closely inspect the boot and shutdown behavior. On boot, the very first messages right after the RGB test image is: Source Code (3 lines) The first two error messages, I was able to solve by setting gpu_mem=32 in /boot/config.txt However, the message regarding the Kernel Modules remains. Here the respective entry from systemctl Source Code (1 line)What could be the cause for that? Funny enough, I was not able to reproduce the erroneous shoutdown behavior now that I'm checki…

  • Here the new armbianmonitor output after adjusting /etc/default/cpufrequtils and restarting cpufrequtils Source Code (14 lines)

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  • One more thing - rebooting doesn't work from command line. I always need to cut the power - no idea why. I will check this evening when I can take a look at the console. armbianmonitor output coming up in a sceond. I understand CPU frequenc is not critical for NAS transmission speeds - however, the frontend is A LOT more responsive on 1.4 GHz.

  • Here you go ... Source Code (7 lines)after "cpufreq-set --max 1400000", I get the following output Source Code (5 lines)

  • Fresh install with the new image on RPi 3B+. The CPU is stuck on 600MHz because the governor is wrongly configured (max is 1.2 GHz): Source Code (7 lines)How can I fix this so it persists between reboots?

  • Pi-Hole - Network wide Ad blocking

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    I was able to install Pi-Hole (current version as of today, 3.1) directly on my RPi1 running OMV 2.2.14. Installation worked great, the only thing I had to do afterwards is to configure a different port for lighttpd and restart it: curl -sSL https://install.pi-hole.net | bash nano /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf -> set server.port to something that is not used by OMV (I used 8080) /etc/init.d/lighttpd restart Then I was able to log into the web interface using http://openmediavault:8080/admin Works …