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  • Spontaneous Unmount

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Backslash Backslash: “For the record I am getting several daily CRON-APT messages about "Failed to fetch security.debian.org/dists/jessie/updates/InRelease Unable to find expected entry 'main/binary-arm64/Packages' in Release file". ” If you go to that url, there is no arm64 repo. Not sure if there ever was but I would upgrade to OMV 4.x. Quote from Backslash Backslash: “Any idea why this might happen? ” Not without seeing logs. Did you look at syslog?

  • Quote from lordabura: “The permissions of the shared folders ” You can always change permissions of shared folders/files without restarting a service or affecting transfers (unless you make the permissions too restrictive for that user.

  • Quote from lordabura: “changes in the permissions without restarting the daemons ” Permissions of files? What daemon? It depends on which daemon you are referring to.

  • Quote from Agricola: “Should I also stick with Samba alone and not worry about setting up Apple Filing too? My Macs seem to be working fine with the Samba shares ” Yep, I wouldn't worry about AFP since Apple is moving toward using samba. Quote from Agricola: “I decided to run a Odroid-xu4 with Ubuntu Mate, just for fun to see what the Linux thing is all about. Haven't got it up to sharing yet but I haven't tried very hard. ” It is pretty easy.

  • Quote from ala.frosty: “I've seen that "httpredir" in the sources with all of the installs I've done. I always pick the "debian.org" selection at the top of the mirrors list. ” That is fine. It will just try to select the mirror closest to you. Your output of apt-cache looks good. You shouldn't have any problems installing the plugin based on the output of those two commands.

  • Error while applying config changes

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    The error in your picture is fixed by the latest omv-extras. Install the update from the Updates tab.

  • That looks perfect. Can you post the output of: apt-cache policy virtualbox now

  • As root: du -d1 -h -x / | sort -h This will show you the folders in the root directory that are using the most space. If you want to see more in the most used folder (/var for instance), then: du -d1 -h -x /var/ | sort -h

  • Looks like: fsck.ext4 -f /dev/disk/by-id/md-name-openmediavault:raid9disks mount -a

  • Raid fail : how to destroy it ?

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Quote from bart70: “and it's still referenced but i have nothing in shares ” Make a backup of the system and /etc/openmediavault/config.xml. Then look for the drive in the mntent section of /etc/openmediavault/config.xml and remove it.

  • Quote from ala.frosty: “I'm not sure if this matters, but the "OMV-Extras" was NOT in the default list of plugins on the 4.1.3 DVD and I had to download it from omv-extras.org. ” That is correct. omv-extras has never been included with any official OMV release. It is on the OMV arm images because we build those. Quote from ala.frosty: “Both of the "Backports" "traffic lights" are lit up on the dropdown. ” They aren't lights. Just icons that I picked to differentiate between them. They don't indi…

  • Forum Error Report

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from ala.frosty: “I think the forum error message would be an ideal place for that message #4 to appear. ” Unfortunately, Volker has said it can't be changed.

  • Quote from Agricola: “Do you mean shared folder ACLs? ” Yes. Quote from Agricola: “Can you please explain why? ” Because they are a terrible afterthought added to Linux to try and fit the Windows permissions model. Quote from Agricola: “I have found that in life the devil is in the details, and little things like ACL settings can mean the difference between success or failure in setting up a home NAS. ” Not sure why. I have using Linux as a samba server (and more) for over 15 years in home and p…

  • Quote from danieliod: “How can I make it load automatically? ” All of that "should" make it load automatically. Your journalctl output isn't much help. Maybe your storage isn't ready when docker is starting?

  • Quote from trohn_javolta: “That's a bummer. I don't understand why I can't just tell omv to us php 7.0? I read in debian stretch different php versions can run in parallel without problems. And with update-alternatives --config php I chose php 7.0 as default version. So why can't omv just use it? ” OMV explicitly puts its configs in the /etc/php/7.0 directory. So, having the other packages on the system aren't the problem. The toolkit probably altered other files because it wants to configure a …

  • Quote from trohn_javolta: “That sury.org/php line?..Damn...I did not add this. It could only be Atomic-Toolkit: github.com/htpcBeginner/AtoMiC-ToolKit I guess.” Technically you did add it. That toolkit looks like it takes over an install which is very bad for OMV. This is why running things in docker is much better because it doesn't add tons of things to your OMV install. So, I stand by my original statement that you need to re-install to fix this mess.

  • Raid fail : how to destroy it ?

    ryecoaaron - - RAID

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    Install the openmediavault-resetperms plugin and it will add a tab - Access Rights Management -> Shared Folders -> Shared Folders in Use. It will show you where it is being referenced.

  • Huh, those are php 7.2 packages built for jessie. Those definitely didn't come from a Debian repo. What is the output of: cat /etc/apt/sources.list cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*

  • Configuration Backup

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from ravennevar: “What steps should I take to revert the Clonezilla installation (i.e. revert the changes made by clicking "Install Clonezilla" under OMV-Extras), including the grub changes? ” rm /etc/grub.d/42_clonezilla rm /boot/clonezilla*.iso update-grub

  • Configuration Backup

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from ravennevar: “This could be the issue. I am running OMV on a PowerEdge T30 server with Xeon 1225v5 (Skylake, LGA1151) and 16GB ECC RAM. ” I am sure that system (skylake board and NIC) is too new for the old clonezilla image. I tried getting the new Clonezilla images to work completely headlessly but never succeeded.