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  • rename NTFS filesystem label

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    Ok, I'm going to backup the whole sd card and I'll try Thanks!

  • rename NTFS filesystem label

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    Hi, I'm running omv 4 on a raspberry pi2. I have an usb drive attached (NTFS) an I mounted it. After some days I saw that the label for the disk partition is "TOSHIBA 1TB", with the space char. In the log I see some lines like: Source Code (1 line) The space is causing issue somewhere. How can I rename it? Can I mount the filesystem using UUID instead of label?

  • I have the same issue than @AHTOH Source Code (16 lines)

  • Hi, I moved to a fresh omv 4 sd running in a raspberry pi 2 B. I installed Docker plugin, created a dedicated share folder for "docker_base_path" but when I save I have this error: Source Code (16 lines)I removed the "man" help section. The full log is there: link I want to move the folder where docker stores images to a usb attached device. Is the docker_base_path folder the right setting?

  • Ok, I mixed raid, mirroring and scheduled backup topic together. I have a rpi2 with omv mainly as Media platoform (plex and dlna). I'm using also proftp to backup stuff (not business stuff but something that I take care of) from others devices to a shared folder placed on an external usb hdd attached to rpi. So I have data on each device, a backup on this hdd as recovery. I started receiving smart alerts (not anymore, strange) from this hdd so I want to have a secondo backup also on a new hdd, s…

  • Ok, lt's setup something like 30s sync Thanks

  • Ok, many thanks ! I'm going to try something tonight. I planned also to upgrade to omv4 but I need time, I want to avoid a fresh install so I need time to read guides related to the upgrade.

  • rootfs matches resource limit

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    Ok, in fact were media and metadata folder the fat ones. I moved to the external hdd drive using symlink and now I'm fine. Thanks to your hints I can find out who is taking too much space Thanks

  • Quote from Mr.Grape: “Quote from mcgyver83: “Hi all, I'm running OMV3 on a raspberry pi2 B. I have an external USB hdd where I have some photos and data as a backup. Since a couple of weeks I started receiving warning mail from SMART related to this external usb hdd. I bought another external usb hdd (same capacity) and I want to setup OMV to "mirror" some folder from the old hdd to this new one. Any hints? ” Copy / paste operation with cron or any solution for backup / synchronization of files.…

  • Quote from Adoby: “Why not just copy over the contents of the old drive to the new? Why use OMV? ” I'm using OMV for many things and also as backup platform. The main backup storage is attached to the raspberry with OMV.

  • Hi all, I'm running OMV3 on a raspberry pi2 B. I have an external USB hdd where I have some photos and data as a backup. Since a couple of weeks I started receiving warning mail from SMART related to this external usb hdd. I bought another external usb hdd (same capacity) and I want to setup OMV to "mirror" some folder from the old hdd to this new one. Any hints?

  • rootfs matches resource limit

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    I used "ln -s " to create symlink Source Code (13 lines)I did it only for logs folder. Maybe I have to move to usb hdd the media folder and keep the database on the sd to have quick access (despite of this I have a lot of slow query warn messages)

  • rootfs matches resource limit

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    Source Code (54 lines)Many thanks!

  • rootfs matches resource limit

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    Thanks. I have Plex installed and I did a symlink for Log folder to place them in an external usb hdd. Could this influence the rootfs space usage despite of symlink? Source Code (11 lines)

  • rootfs matches resource limit

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    Since a couple of week I get this email for rootfs space usage. Source Code (22 lines) and Source Code (29 lines)How can I detect where my rootfs space gone?

  • Hi, I'm interested in joining the test for rpi2 board, can I migrate my OMV3 config to the new OMV4 instance?

  • Thanks for the suggestion but I see 2 issues: - I'm running OMV on a rpi2, so docker plugin isn't working (wasn't working the last time I tried it); I can "setup" docker manually but in this way I loose the webGui benefit; - using docker I startup a whole system (image) for each service, works really fine if your business is to provide services that must be self contained but just for fun should be heavy. But thanks for the suggestion, your idea is a perfect backup plan if I fail following the o…

  • Hi, since a couple of months when I restart jdownloader with 1. sudo service jdownloader stop 2. sudo service jdownloader start it get stuck. A new file is created "JDownloader.jar.backup.1" and no "JDownloader.jar" file is present. "sudo service jdownloader status" says "Failed to start jdownloader" (obviously). If I stop the service, rename the jar file and restart it starts properly but myjdownloader cannot find my instance despite of it's configured correctly (worked fine since a couple of m…

  • Google Drive mount

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    Thanks, I'm going to check Rdrive. OneDrive is not a solution for me because I'm using plex as pictures album, the whole idea is to see google photos images in Plex library. I'm looking for a plex plugin but in the meanwhile I can synch a folder on OMV drive and link this to a Plex library

  • Google Drive mount

    mcgyver83 - - General

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    I installed OMV on a raspberry pi 2 and added Plex plugin. I'm looking for something that allow me to synch Google Drive folder (the one used by Google Photos). Any hints?