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  • Or, it would seem you are right @macom. Links too! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • There are 2 types of ban. Editing a post relatively quickly only gets you a temporary ban IIRC, but the permanent ban caused by the Tapatalk is something to do with quoting a post. Tapatalk freaks at something and repeats the post. I am not entirely sure but have had reasonable success replicating this. The forums antispam filter gives you a three strike policy. Your post is one, one quote makes it 2 (ie. Tapatalk will post twice). If you quote 2 or more times in a post it will make 3 or more at…

  • great! Enjoy. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • Good stuff! And the web UI etc all work? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • You CAN have OMV 4 and 32bit. Download this: cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/c…an-9.5.0-i386-netinst.iso Install without a desktop environment. After install, fix your Grub options as you described then login as root or your user and gain root privs. Then follow this: openmediavault.readthedocs.io/…stallation/on_debian.html from the section Debian 9 (Stretch) This will give you a 32bit install of OMV4. Job done. To fix the GUI etc on your present install, use the omv-firstaid command. Sent from my …

  • SSH is off by default IIRC. Also, I’m pretty sure it’s still possible to install the latest version in 32bit by installing Debian first then adding OMV repos and installing afterwards. When 32bit support in the prebuilt ISOs was dropped, I seem to remember this being mentioned. @votdev is this still the case? Can OMV be installed on top of a Debian 9 32bit system using the usual instructions at openmediavault.readthedocs.io/…stallation/on_debian.html ? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • You can either: Scan the usual threads to see if someone has tried and it works - probably hoppel Or Go for it when you have a few minutes and it’s not mission critical to be up and running (in case it doesn’t work). Remember not to auto remove the old kernel and, if you find it doesn’t work, revert. Personally I prefer the former. But I also don’t upgrade the kernel too often on my critical systems. I totally get wanting to be as up to date as possible, but this is Debian, not Arch or Gentoo. U…

  • Great, now hold the kernel When a new kernel comes out, check it will work, unhold, upgrade, hold again. Rinse/repeat. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • You should really consider holding the kernel too once you’re all sorted and up and running again. Either use the GUI modifications that ryecoaaron added to the apt tool plugin or: Source Code (1 line) Then the kernel won’t upgrade until you unhold it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • I meant on the same system at the same time. Ie. Look at the CLI you get one, at the GUI the other - if you’ve left Windows behind you won’t be looking at those numbers. But yes, knowledge is probably the best solution Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • True. But I think this is particularly confusing because users who run OMV and ZFS may eventually find themselves using the ZFS tools in the CLI and there is a mismatch between the way they each display sizes. At least if you moved from Win to Linux you don’t have 2 different figures staring at you. But then I suppose one could also argue that if you’re using the command line and the ZFS tools in the terminal then you should probably notice that one is TB and one is TiB. Took me a second to spot…

  • Fair enough What about a footnote? “Please note: sizes displayed here are in TiB to stay in line with OMV. Sizes displayed by the zpool command are in TB.” Or is this just stupid? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • Hang on, one is TB one is TiB? Edit: yeah... TB from CLI, TiB in the plugin. Maybe this could be changed to avoid confusion? @ryecoaaron @subzero79 @MiXeDeMoTiOnS google “TB to TiB” to get a converter and have a look at the differences between them. The values are as they should be.

  • Do you mean the OMV UI is still seeing the old size? Cos I don’t see an issue in the screenshots you posted. fc0c34212e2aa88e5793e75e71e60ddb.jpg Try exporting the pool then reimporting using the UI. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • Another possibility is to have a 2nd Pi with the backup drive and use something like Syncthing. You can have this on the same lan or somewhere else. This is probably one of the easiest ways to transmit data between two locations - and what I mean by this is that the setup is very simple and the security concerns around Syncthing’s data port are next to zero. Yes, there’s SSH (with keys), rsync and cron, but Syncthing is easier out the box. Separate power supply, separate location etc etc. I have…

  • I don’t use it but I think there’s also a plugin to backup to a USB drive when connected if this is suitable. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • I don’t use Docker but isn’t everything containerised - including data? If this is the case, then yes, probably. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

  • If you copy from another machine via a share, it will always do a network copy. This is because the data comes out to the machine you are using, then back to the share and is inherently inefficient. This happens because the machine that is copying has no idea where the shares are located and sees them as two entirely separate drives regardless of where they actually are. The reason that it’s instant within the same share is because (unless you’ve done some stuff with symlinks/shortcuts) the data…

  • Thanks for posting back with the solution. I’ve been caught out with an incorrectly set clock in the past. Not with this particular thing, but another certificate related issue. It took me a good 20 mins of swearing at it and scratching my head before I twigged. I think it’s one of those things that we don’t immediately think of because most of the time, if we are connected to the net, a time server usually fixes the issue before it occurs. Nevertheless, it obviously still happens. Sent from my …

  • Quote from henfri: “Overpowered” For a pure file server at home? Sure. But I use that particular machine for a lot of other things. You’re assuming one might run openmediavault and have it doing just minor stuff. What if you transcode 4K and have 15 virtual machines running? Overpowered still? I think not. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk