If you could just go ahead and make a plugin for it, that'd be great.
It isn't the syncthing plugin causing it. It is the repo that omv-extras adds. Syncthing changed their repo from http to https. If you go to it in a browser it works because it redirects to http. But apt doesn't follow the redirect. I fixed omv-extras yesterday. So, disable btsync/sync repo and update omv-extras. This will fix it.
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This worked for me:
Edit /etc/apt/sources.list.d/omv-extras-org-stoneburner.list and change the syncthing source from http to https.
Hard to say. I haven’t had an OMV 2.x system running a long time. Even if something needed to be changed, I would recommend a fresh install of 3.x or 4.x.
But I agree with z0rk and don't understand why the insufficient/unreliable OMV upgrade mechanism is treated as if it would be an easy 10 min job.
I assume that with a re-installation of OMV I will loose my complete current configuration e.g. all the users, all the shares, all the plugin configuration like Syncthing.
Everything in my house reads from and writes to this NAS, I don't want to start from scratch with every new version.