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  • With the ZOL project being sponsored and ran by the Lawrence Livermore National Lab, well,, that's really powerful backing. (Tax payer funded.) It's no wonder why more is going on in ZOL. Yep, this hiccup with kernel 5 should be resolved in no time.

  • Quote from ellnic: “I wonder if this will encourage major changes... the kind of changes that probably haven’t happened in order to maintain compatibility with FreeBSD? ” Now that you mentioned it, I can't help but wonder where the largest ZFS user base is? BSD, Solaris, or Linux?

  • Page dump error on new install

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    Quote from Antioch: “I would like to figure out what the heck is going on because this doesn't look to be stable enough for me to want to use to replace FreeNAS which has been rock solid. ” You couldn't do anything that would realistically be considered "stability" testing, in a Windows client VM. For a fair comparison, OMV would need to be installed on actual hardware or ran from a purpose built VM server like Proxmox or ESXi.

  • RE VM's in VM's. When I mentioned "known issues" networking problems are at the top of the list. For a VM to work, hardware must be abstracted and there must be support to allow it. When it comes to dealing with multiple network addresses and other details, part of how NIC hardware abstraction is done is with sub-interfaces. As is easy to imagine, there's a number of variables involved that simply can't be taken into account. Accordingly, VM's in VM's are a "at your risk" endeavour.

  • Quote from Jozi: “I noticed after doing all the updates it has a newer version of debian as a boot option, incidentally, thats the debian version which I had problems with at the start! ” You wouldn't be the first to have to "back into an installation". I've heard of a case where a user had to install an earlier version of OMV and do a command line upgrade (omv-release-upgrade) to get to a newer version. (There's so many variable involved.) I don't think you'll be disappointed. OMV is the best t…

  • I've never followed the video install tutorial so I can't comment on that. Quote from Jozi: “I did a re-install yesterday evening using USA for sources. Strangely enough when copy/pasting from one of the linked pages in this thread nothing worked, however copy/pasting from your previous response did work. ” It might have been a coincidence or something as simple as a missing letter, but it's good that it worked out. (For future reference, If you copy and paste a script, it's best to copy it into…

  • So I got gifted an XU4Q

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    Quote from tkaiser: “ a really brilliant idea is to hand over everything you're doing on the Internet to Google by using their DNS servers for example... ” Why use Google, or any of the others, when you can run your own recurvise DNS server?

  • So I got gifted an XU4Q

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    Quote from KM0201: “Yep.. due to work, I'm extremely anal about personal security. I have no Facebook, Twitter, ” Same here and for the same reasons, but I'm continuing the same in retirement. As a side benefit, I haven't had to deal with identity theft or any of the other "took much information" crimes. I do have a facebook account with my dog's picture in it, and no info. (I used it to keep track of what my kids were doing with FB, when they were underage.)

  • So I got gifted an XU4Q

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    Quote from KM0201: “all of them are on Face-Tard (sorry, I think it's stupid) ” Funny "Face-Tard" is another so-called free "service" that amazes me. People put their life history on a Web page, and complain when their privacy is breached. If you don't put it out there, it can't be hacked...

  • rsync: Unterminated quoted string

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    You may find, the next time you make a change (where the yellow "confirm" banner comes up), that your manual edits are overwritten.

  • The Class E Network

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    Quote from ryecoaaron: “xfs is actually the default filesystem for Redhat/CentOS even on desktop systems and laptops ” Redhat ... XFS,, coming to us from the same folks that depreciated BTRFS. (Can you see a bit of irony in that? ) Still, XFS has a longer history and performance record when compared to BTRFS. Laptops and Desktops, from a file system perspective, are two distinctly different devices. One has an UPS built in, the other does not. ____________________________________________________…

  • rsync: Unterminated quoted string

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    For a work around: Since you appear to be backing up, I'm assuming that you want to "mirror" a source folder (NFS) to a destination folder (on the external drive). This -> guide, on page 61, has an example of a Rsync command line for a drive-to-drive mirror. The switches for mirroring are explained and there's also an explain of to add the command line to Scheduled Job's. It's easy to drill farther down, to the folder level, on the source and destination. If you're looking for an easy way to det…

  • rsync: Unterminated quoted string

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    Quote from TheGammel: “It is really strange that this error only appears for two of my 4 jobs... even after recreating all of them... ” Now "that" is interesting. Are you fully up to date? Just for clarification, if this surfaces again, you said your copying from an NFS share. Is the destination another network share or is it a regular folder? In essence, are you using Services, Rsync or are you running an Rsync command line from System, Scheduled jobs? (The latter, a Rsync command line in Syste…

  • While this config won't work for your model UPS, try the following settings, save it, and see what happens. forum.openmediavault.org/index…ab33ade12c2031429dbd775f2

  • rsync: Unterminated quoted string

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    Quote from TheGammel: “but now one rsync job throws the following error: ” Maybe something went wrong when the job saved? An odd event can happen. Have you tried deleting the rsync job, and recreating it in a new job?

  • The Class E Network

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    There, I put my 2 cents on github. Hopefully, Volker will read it and at least give it due consideration (about 5 seconds smile.png ).

  • The Class E Network

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    RE Webmin and the default Samba setting: The samba version is (4.8.4) . It's current. The running assumption almost has to be "default" = "negotiate", which starts with the latest (SMB3.0). Otherwise, updated Windows clients wouldn't connect to it. ___________________________________________________________________ Quote from ryecoaaron: “Quote from flmaxey: “I believe BTRFS doesn't handle power outages gracefully. ” XFS doesn't handle power outages all that well either. ” XFS, ZFS and others ar…

  • My wife says hi. (Family name was O'Dwyer.) With my ancestry being English from way back and with her being Irish, I know something about "oppression". Fortunately, "the troubles" have never visited this household. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Quote from Jozi: “Another thing I noticed is that I can't upgrade with either of the 2 packages there as it throws errors ” Again, this might to be a sources issue. (That seems to be the commo…

  • While it wouldn't make a difference during the base Debian install, workgroup is not necessary. This can be changed in the GUI when OMV is up and running. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Installing from a USB drive, to as USB drive, is fine if it works for you. (Depending on the systems BIOS, some get kicked into initramfs due to a device naming issue. Others have no problem.) If you're installing from a USB drive to an SSD atta…

  • Android apps leaking data to Facebook

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    I didn't adopt the "Smart Phone", or other android devices, because it was damxed obvious to me that they'd be impossible to secure. When they first came out, it was as if security wasn't even a consideration and no one appeared to be concerned in the least. I couldn't believe it. In any case, with current day integrated GPS device tracking, studies have been done for European cell phone companies in "human engineering". Given positioning data from a smart phone and a sufficient data sample, it'…