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  • Change label remote mounted disk?

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from jfromeo: “I would like to ask if it is possible to relabel it as "backup", ” Not without changing the plugin but I don't see why it would be necessary. Once you create a shared folder using that mount, there will be an easy, human readable mount in /sharedfolders/SHARED_FOLDER_NAME.

  • Deleted official plugins

    ryecoaaron - - Plugins

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    Quote from debasishp: “I re-installed the omv-extras and attached the aptclean output for your reference. ” Read problem #6 here - forum.openmediavault.org/index…tions-to-common-problems/

  • /etc is group writable

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from a1b2c3: “I also tried 4.0.14 - same result with writable permissions. I thought that it could be related to a debian installation with root only and no regular user accounts created at startup. This wasn't the case. ” Most of my permanent installs were upgraded from OMV 3.x or older. They don't have the issue. So, something changed with the OMV 4.x iso.

  • Quote from anrirua: “{distribution}/{components} ” According to that output, you must have manually added the omv-extras repo to a different file. What is the output of: grep components /etc/apt/sources.list /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*

  • Quote from macnb: “So what you are saying is that Virtual Size of the Image (the amount of data used for the read-only image data) used by the Container is constant and multiple Containers may share some or all the read-only image data ? ” It isn't quite constant because there may be a little bit of data inside each new container that changes but it shouldn't be very much. Yes, multiple containers share all of the read-only image data until bytes change.

  • Quote from macnb: “That means that are two instances of mariadb containers instead of one container managing two databases within it. That's 700MB of containers instead of 350MB for one. ” Not quite. Docker dedupes. So, a second container only uses extra space for bytes that are different from the image. Since the database itself is not stored on the image, very little will change from the initial image.

  • /etc is group writable

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    OMV itself doesn't change it. Installing fresh Debian 9 and then the openmediavault package, /etc is still only owner writable. I also found no code in OMV or any of the plugins that would change the permissions. So, this only happens with OMV 4.x systems installed using the OMV iso. Something must have changed in the iso creation that sets it initially. Since root is the group owner and the setgid bit isn't set, I don't see any problem with this though. Why do you want to change it? @votdev

  • It is working as intended. Read this to understand why it is keeping five backups - github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plug…diavault-backup/issues/19

  • Backup to an old NAS

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    Quote from Adoby: “There has been threads where users report full rootfs and crashed OMV. I suspect that is from writing to a mount point in the root fs that is not mounted, for some reason. ” Most of them are using remote mount or a usb drive that didn't mount for some reason (like the remote server is off). I would probably avoid pushing in those cases. Quote from Adoby: “However I have found that syncs are slower over SSH than over nfs. ” While rsync can run over ssh, using rsync to rsyncd wi…

  • That is the correct config. What is the output of: apt-get update

  • Backup to an old NAS

    ryecoaaron - - General

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    I push with rsync all the time but I use rsyncd (server) not the remote mount plugin or autofs. So, i don't have to worry about mounts.

  • Quote from Danceswithcats: “Would I be correct?” Yes Quote from Danceswithcats: “Yes, I'm logging in as me. SSH was fine during the install (after I'd installed the Debian netinstall). I've changed my OMV admin password, but otherwise that's it. I've a feeling I'm being stupid, but I cant think what I'm missing. I've just tried to ssh into my old nextcloud server (on another machine) and I'm blocked in that as well. I think I have made a mess of my ssh keygen thingies, which I only ever partiall…

  • Quote from Danceswithcats: “The index of upgradeable packages does not exist. Please re-synchronize the package index files from their sources. Error #0:OMV\Exception: The index of upgradeable packages does not exist. Please re-synchronize the package index files from their sources ” Click the Check button in the Update tab. Quote from Danceswithcats: “To add to my woes, I can't now log in to my server via ssh. I've no idea whether this is a related problem. ” The user you are trying to login wi…

  • The omv-extras souces file is written incorrectly. What is the output of: omv-mkconf apt cat /etc/apt/sources.list.d/omv-extras-org.list

  • You could create two scheduled tasks to start and stop the service at your times. systemctl stop syncthing

  • Quote from Antioch: “To be clear, you don't see the DENIED message when running on the proxmox kernel? If so, that makes sense. ” Correct. Quote from Antioch: “Can you please take a look at the output of `aa-status` on your machine? ” (Hidden Content)

  • Something changed with xrdp. I can't get it to work on xubuntu 18 either. The two errors I am getting, i haven't found a solution for. I haven't tried it on OMV lately on a new install. I did get x2go (much better than vnc or rdp) working and I may convert the plugin to this instead.

  • Docker Issue on Install

    ryecoaaron - - Docker

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    Quote from tmdart: “errors as listed on this thread and the solutions posted above are not helping. ” What is your error when just installing docker-ce?

  • I don't see the DENIED message when trying a nzbget docker. I also don't see the profile_load message on my system but I do see similar messages on my proxmox system. The zonelists output is a kernel thing not related to container. You should see that with both kernel.s

  • Quote from piet: “But after that I don't know how to create an array with mdadm tab... Do you have documentation about this ? Sorry. ” Sorry, it is the raid management tab. Didn't you create the arrays with that earlier? Quote from piet: “Oh no, it is still the same problem... ” I didn't notice until just now that the first array is correct and the three additional ones are marked as false. This means OMV is incorrectly detecting these because they exist in /proc/partitions. This shouldn't be ca…