[Solved] Error: fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

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    • [Solved] Error: fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      So I finally got this all setup and and installed (Love it way more than Nas4Free), but while moving it to it's curner under and behind the TV the external drive got yanked out (server was running) and I quickly put it back in. The server recognized it as still mounted and so I rebooted the system and now I'm getting a constant fdisk failure "exit status 8" on UUID=7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c ... this usually means a problem or conflict between what fstab says and what really is, but I can't find the discrepancy that's causing this issue.

      If anyone could help me fix this, I'd be very thankful :mrgreen: ; I hate having to ctrl+D after every reboot (yeah, it still boots fine and runs like kitten with no problems after ctrl+D).

      Logs

      Brainfuck Source Code

      1. Log of fsck -C -a -t ext4 /dev/sda1
      2. Thu May 23 18:57:40 2013
      3. fsck from util-linux-ng 2.17.2
      4. /dev/sda1: clean, 32649/663552 files, 340609/2637304 blocks
      5. Thu May 23 18:57:40 2013
      6. ----------------


      Brainfuck Source Code

      1. Log of fsck -C -R -A -a
      2. Thu May 23 18:57:41 2013
      3. fsck from util-linux-ng 2.17.2
      4. Internal: clean, 24960/8986624 files, 9882649/35938816 blocks
      5. fsck.ext4: Unable to resolve 'UUID=7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c'
      6. fsck died with exit status 8
      7. Thu May 23 18:57:41 2013
      8. ----------------


      blkid

      Source Code

      1. /dev/sda1: UUID="46ffd933-cacd-4bfc-8420-e73d815e7038" TYPE="ext4"
      2. /dev/sda3: LABEL="Internal" UUID="d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4" TYPE="ext4"
      3. /dev/sda5: LABEL="swap" UUID="bb699e7a-b1cf-4501-8bdb-c40432b4f2a1" TYPE="swap"
      4. /dev/sdb1: LABEL="Aequitas2" UUID="7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c" TYPE="ext4"


      fstab

      Source Code

      1. # /etc/fstab: static file system information.
      2. #
      3. # Use 'blkid' to print the universally unique identifier for a
      4. # device; this may be used with UUID= as a more robust way to name devices
      5. # that works even if disks are added and removed. See fstab(5).
      6. #
      7. # <file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass>
      8. proc /proc proc defaults 0 0
      9. # / was on /dev/sda1 during installation
      10. UUID=46ffd933-cacd-4bfc-8420-e73d815e7038 / ext4 errors=remount-ro 0 1
      11. # swap was on /dev/sda5 during installation
      12. UUID=bb699e7a-b1cf-4501-8bdb-c40432b4f2a1 none swap sw 0 0
      13. /dev/sdb1 /media/usb0 auto rw,user,noauto 0 0
      14. tmpfs /tmp tmpfs defaults 0 0
      15. # >>> [openmediavault]
      16. UUID=d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4 /media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4 ext4 defaults,acl,user_xattr$
      17. UUID=7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c /media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c ext4 defaults,acl,user_xattr$
      18. /media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c/Movies/ /home/ftp/Movies none bind 0 0
      19. /media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4/Music/ /home/ftp/Music none bind 0 0
      20. /media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c/TV/ /home/ftp/TV none bind 0 0
      21. /media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c/Anime/ /home/ftp/Anime none bind 0 0
      22. /media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4// /home/ftp/Internal none bind 0 0
      23. # <<< [openmediavault]
      Display All


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      The post was edited 1 time, last by hakarune ().

    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      I dont know a solution yet.

      Just asking:
      - did you manually change anything in fstab?
      - can you access the data on the external disk?
      - Why "//" in this line

      Source Code

      1. /media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4// /home/ftp/Internal none bind 0 0

      - Have you tried unmounting the external drive, reboot and plug back in?
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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "knumsi" wrote:

      I don't know a solution yet.

      Just asking:
      - did you manually change anything in fstab?
      - can you access the data on the external disk?
      - Why "//" in this line

      Source Code

      1. /media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4// /home/ftp/Internal none bind 0 0

      - Have you tried unmounting the external drive, reboot and plug back in?


      I haven't touched the fstab except to add in the UUID for the new swap as per (forums.openmediavault.org/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=727&start=10), after which everything ran fine. I could do everything and rebooting wasn't a problem at all. I spent the whole day configuring and set up and transferring data (several reboots) and it was perfect. The error occured today after I finally moved it to it's final resting place/new home in the corner. I can still access the drive and no problems moving or renaming files, even streaming with XBMC is perfect. The troubles I'm having are adding programs that aren't plugins lol. After the incident I rebooted; got the error, continued and then unmounted and remounted, but the problem was still there. I can retry it; unmount and reboot, remount after boot again. Will post back when I perform the task.

      As for this:

      Source Code

      1. /media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4// /home/ftp/Internal none bind 0 0
      No clue, that was already there; created by OMV after initial setup... :?:


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      Update:
      • I wasn't able to unmount via GUI (the option is greyed out).
      • Manually from boot bash as root I ran fsck:

        Source Code

        1. fsck -AM -y

        Source Code

        1. fsck -AM -fy

        Source Code

        1. fsck -AM -a

        • received error:

          Source Code

          1. e2fsck: need terminal for interactive repairs
          so I manually ran

          Source Code

          1. e2fsck -A -y

        • After completed it said everything was fine and I rebooted and still receiving error

      • Proceeded to try and umount from terminal and received

        Source Code

        1. Device or resource busy

        • Did a lazy umount successfully and rebooted

          Source Code

          1. umount -l /dev/sdb1

        • Received same error:

          Source Code

          1. fsck.ext4: Unable to resolve 'UUID=7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c'
          2. fsck died with exit status 8

      • CTRL+D booted and /dev/sdb1 not mounted
      • Rebooted again.
      • /dev/sdb1 auto remounted at boot and still receiving error
      • Tried

        Source Code

        1. sync
        and rebooted; again receiving the error upon boot.


      Anyone have any ideas?


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      It looks like some uuid's in your config.xml have changed. It would be way faster to reinstall then to try and sort this out. Disconnect your data drives and leave system drive connected. Resintall OMV. Then turn off and reconnect data drives and turn on. Recreate any shares. Your data should be fine.
    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "tekkbebe" wrote:

      It looks like some uuid's in your config.xml have changed. It would be way faster to reinstall then to try and sort this out. Disconnect your data drives and leave system drive connected. Resintall OMV. Then turn off and reconnect data drives and turn on. Recreate any shares. Your data should be fine.


      Sadly I've spent a lot of time configuring and installing stuff into my install, plus 1 of my data drives is also my OS drive; shrank the install partition and deleted the expanded/swap partitions and created new ones, so I'd lose about 100GB of data and all the installing and configuring I've done lol :(.

      Where is the config.xml file located? I'd gladly go and change the data manually; the time to find the problem is lot less of a headache than reconfiguring and reinstall the whole OS, apps, shares, and data.


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      /etc/openmediavault/config.xml. I've got a feeling that when your disk was disconnected and then reconnected a new uuid was applied to it. This is hard to sort out, especially from afar. How many disks do you have? Look in particular at the fstab section of config.xml. The mounted filesystems uuid need to match appropriate uuid in other sections of the config.xml. I would really recommend redoing it all. I know it's a pain but once you get it all sorted and make a backup you will not have to deal with it again. Sucks how your disk was disconnected.
    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "tekkbebe" wrote:

      /etc/openmediavault/config.xml. I've got a feeling that when your disk was disconnected and then reconnected a new uuid was applied to it. This is hard to sort out, especially from afar. How many disks do you have? Look in particular at the fstab section of config.xml. The mounted filesystems uuid need to match appropriate uuid in other sections of the config.xml. I would really recommend redoing it all. I know it's a pain but once you get it all sorted and make a backup you will not have to deal with it again. Sucks how your disk was disconnected.


      I have just the internal disc for the netbook and 1 external 500gb (the external is what's giving me all the problems) [I had a 2ndary 1TB external NTFS I used to bring the data over, but after I was done with it and disconnected it, there were no problems. And sadly the same UUID shows in the config.xml, it's uniform in the xml, fstab, and blkid.... is there another location where the UUID is stored? I'm very baffled by this, I've had externals come detached in the past on many devices; if a problem occurred from it, it was usually a mismatch of blkid and fstab, only once was it something else (that was the system at boot thinking it was still attached and it wasn't, which cause a failed boot problem and deleting the entry from fstab fixed it...

      Source Code

      1. <mntent>
      2. <uuid>21399869-60c3-468e-9955-330fb11be4d3</uuid>
      3. <fsname>7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c</fsname>
      4. <dir>/media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c</dir>
      5. <type>ext4</type>
      6. <opts>defaults,acl,user_xattr,noexec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0</opts>
      7. <freq>0</freq>
      8. <passno>2</passno>
      9. </mntent>


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "hakarune" wrote:


      Sadly I've spent a lot of time configuring and installing stuff into my install, plus 1 of my data drives is also my OS drive; shrank the install partition and deleted the expanded/swap partitions and created new ones, so I'd lose about 100GB of data and all the installing and configuring I've done lol :(.


      Apart from reconfiguring, you can install Debian Squeeze yourself, without loosing your additional Data Partition and install OMV afterwards.
      The hard Part is to find a squeeze 6.0.7 iso.

      Short version, thx to ryecoaaron:

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      1. 1 - echo "deb http://packages.openmediavault.org/public fedaykin main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openmediavault.list
      2. 2 - apt-get update
      3. 3 - apt-get install openmediavault-keyring postfix
      4. 4 - apt-get update
      5. 5 - apt-get install openmediavault
      6. 6 - ready


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "tekkbebe" wrote:

      Show your full config.xml.


      Sorry, thought it's be a very long post, but okay; here it is:

      Source Code

      1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
      2. <config>
      3. <!-- Configuration version -->
      4. <version>0.1</version>
      5. <!-- System configuration - Do not add any configuration here -->
      6. <system>
      7. <powermanagement>
      8. <cpufreq>1</cpufreq>
      9. <powerbtn>0</powerbtn>
      10. </powermanagement>
      11. <time>
      12. <timezone>US/Pacific</timezone>
      13. <ntp>
      14. <enable>0</enable>
      15. <timeservers>pool.ntp.org</timeservers>
      16. </ntp>
      17. </time>
      18. <email>
      19. <!--
      20. <enable>0|1</enable>
      21. <tls>0|1</tls>
      22. -->
      23. <enable>0</enable>
      24. <server></server>
      25. <port>25</port>
      26. <tls>0</tls>
      27. <sender></sender>
      28. <authentication>
      29. <!--
      30. <enable>0|1</enable>
      31. -->
      32. <enable>0</enable>
      33. <username></username>
      34. <password></password>
      35. </authentication>
      36. <primaryemail></primaryemail>
      37. <secondaryemail></secondaryemail>
      38. </email>
      39. <certificates>
      40. <!--
      41. <sslcertificate>
      42. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      43. <certificate>xxx</certificate>
      44. <privatekey>xxx</privatekey>
      45. <comment>xxx</comment>
      46. </sslcertificate>
      47. -->
      48. </certificates>
      49. <network>
      50. <hostname>OMVNas</hostname>
      51. <domainname>local</domainname>
      52. <interfaces>
      53. <iface>
      54. <uuid>4ac48706-c262-11e2-80a2-485b392449b5</uuid>
      55. <devicename>eth0</devicename>
      56. <method>dhcp</method>
      57. <wol>0</wol>
      58. <address></address>
      59. <netmask></netmask>
      60. <gateway></gateway>
      61. <mtu></mtu>
      62. </iface>
      63. </interfaces>
      64. <hostac>
      65. <allow># /etc/hosts.allow: list of hosts that are allowed to access the system.
      66. # See the manual pages hosts_access(5) and hosts_options(5).
      67. #
      68. # Example: ALL: LOCAL @some_netgroup
      69. # ALL: .foobar.edu EXCEPT terminalserver.foobar.edu
      70. #
      71. # If you're going to protect the portmapper use the name "portmap" for the
      72. # daemon name. Remember that you can only use the keyword "ALL" and IP
      73. # addresses (NOT host or domain names) for the portmapper, as well as for
      74. # rpc.mountd (the NFS mount daemon). See portmap(8) and rpc.mountd(8)
      75. # for further information.
      76. #</allow>
      77. <deny># /etc/hosts.deny: list of hosts that are _not_ allowed to access the system.
      78. # See the manual pages hosts_access(5) and hosts_options(5).
      79. #
      80. # Example: ALL: some.host.name, .some.domain
      81. # ALL EXCEPT in.fingerd: other.host.name, .other.domain
      82. #
      83. # If you're going to protect the portmapper use the name "portmap" for the
      84. # daemon name. Remember that you can only use the keyword "ALL" and IP
      85. # addresses (NOT host or domain names) for the portmapper, as well as for
      86. # rpc.mountd (the NFS mount daemon). See portmap(8) and rpc.mountd(8)
      87. # for further information.
      88. #
      89. # The PARANOID wildcard matches any host whose name does not match its
      90. # address.
      91. #
      92. # You may wish to enable this to ensure any programs that don't
      93. # validate looked up hostnames still leave understandable logs. In past
      94. # versions of Debian this has been the default.
      95. # ALL: PARANOID</deny>
      96. </hostac>
      97. <dnsnameservers></dnsnameservers>
      98. <iptables></iptables>
      99. </network>
      100. <usermanagement>
      101. <homedirectory>
      102. <enable>0</enable>
      103. <sharedfolderref></sharedfolderref>
      104. </homedirectory>
      105. <users>
      106. <!--
      107. <user>
      108. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      109. <name>xxx</name>
      110. <email>xxx</email>
      111. <disallowusermod>0</disallowusermod>
      112. </user>
      113. -->
      114. <user>
      115. <uuid>cd2f81ae-1ea9-4f37-8d35-bc97f1ad633a</uuid>
      116. <name>hakarune</name>
      117. <email></email>
      118. <disallowusermod>0</disallowusermod>
      119. </user>
      120. <user>
      121. <uuid>30439b51-e6d2-4413-a202-28aa01bedca1</uuid>
      122. <name>elliott</name>
      123. <email></email>
      124. <disallowusermod>0</disallowusermod>
      125. </user>
      126. </users>
      127. <groups>
      128. <!--
      129. <group>
      130. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      131. <name>xxx</name>
      132. <comment>xxx</comment>
      133. </group>
      134. -->
      135. </groups>
      136. </usermanagement>
      137. <crontab>
      138. <!--
      139. <job>
      140. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      141. <enable>0|1</enable>
      142. <sendemail>0|1<sendemail>
      143. <type>reboot|shutdown|userdefined</type>
      144. <comment>xxx</comment>
      145. <minute>[00-59|*]</minute>
      146. <everynminute>0|1</everynminute>
      147. <hour>[00-23|*]</hour>
      148. <everynhour>0|1</everynhour>
      149. <dayofmonth>[01-31|*]</dayofmonth>
      150. <everyndayofmonth>0|1</everyndayofmonth>
      151. <month>[01-12|*]</month>
      152. <dayofweek>[1-7|*]</dayofweek>
      153. <username>xxx</username>
      154. <command>xxx</command>
      155. </job>
      156. -->
      157. </crontab>
      158. <syslog>
      159. <remote>
      160. <!--
      161. <protocol>udp|tcp</protocol>
      162. -->
      163. <enable>0</enable>
      164. <host></host>
      165. <port>514</port>
      166. <protocol>udp</protocol>
      167. </remote>
      168. </syslog>
      169. <storage>
      170. <!--
      171. <hdparm>
      172. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      173. <devicefile>/dev/xxx</devicefile>
      174. <smart>0|1</smart>
      175. <apm>0 = disable|1-255<apm>
      176. <aam>0|128|254</aam>
      177. <spindowntime>0 = disabled|1-254</spindowntime>
      178. <writecache>0|1</writecache>
      179. </hdparm>
      180. -->
      181. <filesystem>
      182. <!--
      183. <quota>
      184. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      185. <fsuuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxx-xxxx</fsuuid>
      186. <usrquota>
      187. <name>xxx</name>
      188. <bsoftlimit>0</bsoftlimit>
      189. <bhardlimit>xxx</bhardlimit>
      190. <isoftlimit>0</isoftlimit>
      191. <ihardlimit>0</ihardlimit>
      192. </usrquota>
      193. <usrquota>
      194. ...
      195. </usrquota>
      196. <grpquota>
      197. <name>xxx</name>
      198. <bsoftlimit>0</bsoftlimit>
      199. <bhardlimit>xxx</bhardlimit>
      200. <isoftlimit>0</isoftlimit>
      201. <ihardlimit>0</ihardlimit>
      202. </grpquota>
      203. <grpquota>
      204. ...
      205. </grpquota>
      206. </quota>
      207. <quota>
      208. ...
      209. </quota>
      210. -->
      211. </filesystem>
      212. <hdparm>
      213. <uuid>b11da7fe-5503-49ae-8fc2-00c15aaf532a</uuid>
      214. <devicefile>/dev/disk/by-id/wwn-0x50014ee259784fa7</devicefile>
      215. <smart>
      216. <enable>1</enable>
      217. <devicetype></devicetype>
      218. </smart>
      219. <apm>127</apm>
      220. <aam>0</aam>
      221. <spindowntime>242</spindowntime>
      222. <writecache>0</writecache>
      223. </hdparm>
      224. <hdparm>
      225. <uuid>7f796247-5d0b-4d3a-8813-480be7c4cd0c</uuid>
      226. <devicefile>/dev/disk/by-id/usb-Seagate_FreeAgent_GoFlex_NA0FWN2J-0:0</devicefile>
      227. <smart>
      228. <enable>1</enable>
      229. <devicetype>sat</devicetype>
      230. </smart>
      231. <apm>0</apm>
      232. <aam>0</aam>
      233. <spindowntime>0</spindowntime>
      234. <writecache>0</writecache>
      235. </hdparm>
      236. </storage>
      237. <fstab>
      238. <!--
      239. <mntent>
      240. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      241. <fsname>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx|xxxx-xxxx|/dev/xxx</fsname>
      242. <dir>/xxx/yyy/zzz</dir>
      243. <type>ext2|ext3|ext4|xfs|jfs|iso9660|udf</type>
      244. <opts></opts>
      245. <freq>0</freq>
      246. <passno>0|1|2</passno>
      247. </mntent>
      248. -->
      249. <mntent>
      250. <uuid>d2f63379-f101-4ad2-8458-688f24d3ecc5</uuid>
      251. <fsname>d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4</fsname>
      252. <dir>/media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4</dir>
      253. <type>ext4</type>
      254. <opts>defaults,acl,user_xattr,noexec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0</opts>
      255. <freq>0</freq>
      256. <passno>2</passno>
      257. </mntent>
      258. <mntent>
      259. <uuid>21399869-60c3-468e-9955-330fb11be4d3</uuid>
      260. <fsname>7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c</fsname>
      261. <dir>/media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c</dir>
      262. <type>ext4</type>
      263. <opts>defaults,acl,user_xattr,noexec,usrjquota=aquota.user,grpjquota=aquota.group,jqfmt=vfsv0</opts>
      264. <freq>0</freq>
      265. <passno>2</passno>
      266. </mntent>
      267. <mntent>
      268. <uuid>71989275-1f69-43c4-9b2c-c40c081a6218</uuid>
      269. <fsname>/media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c/Movies/</fsname>
      270. <dir>/home/ftp/Movies</dir>
      271. <type>none</type>
      272. <opts>bind</opts>
      273. <freq>0</freq>
      274. <passno>0</passno>
      275. </mntent>
      276. <mntent>
      277. <uuid>bebf5033-48fb-48a1-99d8-7424418f8537</uuid>
      278. <fsname>/media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4/Music/</fsname>
      279. <dir>/home/ftp/Music</dir>
      280. <type>none</type>
      281. <opts>bind</opts>
      282. <freq>0</freq>
      283. <passno>0</passno>
      284. </mntent>
      285. <mntent>
      286. <uuid>d2e25958-faa6-42fa-9f5f-d76f85d08800</uuid>
      287. <fsname>/media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c/TV/</fsname>
      288. <dir>/home/ftp/TV</dir>
      289. <type>none</type>
      290. <opts>bind</opts>
      291. <freq>0</freq>
      292. <passno>0</passno>
      293. </mntent>
      294. <mntent>
      295. <uuid>6c497fd8-6bbc-432b-9a49-8437503f7d04</uuid>
      296. <fsname>/media/7cf574d7-151b-4b69-8215-41092e71789c/Anime/</fsname>
      297. <dir>/home/ftp/Anime</dir>
      298. <type>none</type>
      299. <opts>bind</opts>
      300. <freq>0</freq>
      301. <passno>0</passno>
      302. </mntent>
      303. <mntent>
      304. <uuid>b7ee65bd-54bf-47fc-b476-ec4385be85de</uuid>
      305. <fsname>/media/d1274fc4-7ce0-4ab9-ab35-c7a1839a7eb4//</fsname>
      306. <dir>/home/ftp/Internal</dir>
      307. <type>none</type>
      308. <opts>bind</opts>
      309. <freq>0</freq>
      310. <passno>0</passno>
      311. </mntent>
      312. </fstab>
      313. <shares>
      314. <!--
      315. <sharedfolder>
      316. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      317. <name>xxx</name>
      318. <comment>xxx</comment>
      319. <mntentref>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</mntentref>
      320. <reldirpath>xxx</reldirpath>
      321. <privileges>
      322. <privilege>
      323. <type>user|group</type>
      324. <name>xxx</name>
      325. <perms>0 = no permission|5 = read and execute|7 = read, write and execute</perms>
      326. </privilege>
      327. </privileges>
      328. </sharedfolder>
      329. -->
      330. <sharedfolder>
      331. <uuid>d713dab6-8d7f-4076-b719-22d38139ffb1</uuid>
      332. <name>Internal</name>
      333. <comment></comment>
      334. <mntentref>d2f63379-f101-4ad2-8458-688f24d3ecc5</mntentref>
      335. <reldirpath>/</reldirpath>
      336. <privileges>
      337. <privilege>
      338. <type>user</type>
      339. <name>elliott</name>
      340. <perms>7</perms>
      341. </privilege>
      342. <privilege>
      343. <type>user</type>
      344. <name>hakarune</name>
      345. <perms>7</perms>
      346. </privilege>
      347. </privileges>
      348. </sharedfolder>
      349. <sharedfolder>
      350. <uuid>7fc51c50-f589-4351-92df-fd4c36b2c2fa</uuid>
      351. <name>Music</name>
      352. <comment></comment>
      353. <mntentref>d2f63379-f101-4ad2-8458-688f24d3ecc5</mntentref>
      354. <reldirpath>Music/</reldirpath>
      355. <privileges>
      356. <privilege>
      357. <type>user</type>
      358. <name>elliott</name>
      359. <perms>7</perms>
      360. </privilege>
      361. <privilege>
      362. <type>user</type>
      363. <name>hakarune</name>
      364. <perms>7</perms>
      365. </privilege>
      366. </privileges>
      367. </sharedfolder>
      368. <sharedfolder>
      369. <uuid>99fe8f59-2bb6-4894-a25f-93ac424b474e</uuid>
      370. <name>web</name>
      371. <comment></comment>
      372. <mntentref>d2f63379-f101-4ad2-8458-688f24d3ecc5</mntentref>
      373. <reldirpath>/web</reldirpath>
      374. <privileges>
      375. <privilege>
      376. <type>user</type>
      377. <name>elliott</name>
      378. <perms>0</perms>
      379. </privilege>
      380. <privilege>
      381. <type>user</type>
      382. <name>hakarune</name>
      383. <perms>7</perms>
      384. </privilege>
      385. </privileges>
      386. </sharedfolder>
      387. <sharedfolder>
      388. <uuid>9a8b3902-9050-4a0a-850a-bd66a2086d69</uuid>
      389. <name>External</name>
      390. <comment></comment>
      391. <mntentref>21399869-60c3-468e-9955-330fb11be4d3</mntentref>
      392. <reldirpath>/</reldirpath>
      393. <privileges>
      394. <privilege>
      395. <type>user</type>
      396. <name>hakarune</name>
      397. <perms>7</perms>
      398. </privilege>
      399. </privileges>
      400. </sharedfolder>
      401. <sharedfolder>
      402. <uuid>d942125e-efbc-43db-8c9d-b31eebcd787c</uuid>
      403. <name>Movies</name>
      404. <comment></comment>
      405. <mntentref>21399869-60c3-468e-9955-330fb11be4d3</mntentref>
      406. <reldirpath>Movies/</reldirpath>
      407. <privileges>
      408. <privilege>
      409. <type>user</type>
      410. <name>hakarune</name>
      411. <perms>7</perms>
      412. </privilege>
      413. </privileges>
      414. </sharedfolder>
      415. <sharedfolder>
      416. <uuid>2fc8bd27-80df-4710-a020-934d16d3b15c</uuid>
      417. <name>TV</name>
      418. <comment></comment>
      419. <mntentref>21399869-60c3-468e-9955-330fb11be4d3</mntentref>
      420. <reldirpath>TV/</reldirpath>
      421. <privileges>
      422. <privilege>
      423. <type>user</type>
      424. <name>hakarune</name>
      425. <perms>7</perms>
      426. </privilege>
      427. </privileges>
      428. </sharedfolder>
      429. <sharedfolder>
      430. <uuid>7db760f4-4bb3-45f9-9118-88e52aef4986</uuid>
      431. <name>Anime</name>
      432. <comment></comment>
      433. <mntentref>21399869-60c3-468e-9955-330fb11be4d3</mntentref>
      434. <reldirpath>Anime/</reldirpath>
      435. <privileges>
      436. <privilege>
      437. <type>user</type>
      438. <name>hakarune</name>
      439. <perms>7</perms>
      440. </privilege>
      441. </privileges>
      442. </sharedfolder>
      443. <sharedfolder>
      444. <uuid>7d673f4d-7abf-40de-9473-7a3296ebda00</uuid>
      445. <name>downloads</name>
      446. <comment></comment>
      447. <mntentref>d2f63379-f101-4ad2-8458-688f24d3ecc5</mntentref>
      448. <reldirpath>downloads/</reldirpath>
      449. <privileges>
      450. <privilege>
      451. <type>user</type>
      452. <name>elliott</name>
      453. <perms>7</perms>
      454. </privilege>
      455. <privilege>
      456. <type>user</type>
      457. <name>hakarune</name>
      458. <perms>7</perms>
      459. </privilege>
      460. </privileges>
      461. </sharedfolder>
      462. <sharedfolder>
      463. <uuid>330fbc2d-7c64-4701-b46d-8b036f87f3b6</uuid>
      464. <name>watch</name>
      465. <comment></comment>
      466. <mntentref>d2f63379-f101-4ad2-8458-688f24d3ecc5</mntentref>
      467. <reldirpath>watch/</reldirpath>
      468. <privileges>
      469. <privilege>
      470. <type>user</type>
      471. <name>elliott</name>
      472. <perms>7</perms>
      473. </privilege>
      474. <privilege>
      475. <type>user</type>
      476. <name>hakarune</name>
      477. <perms>7</perms>
      478. </privilege>
      479. </privileges>
      480. </sharedfolder>
      481. <sharedfolder>
      482. <uuid>83507007-5544-4b21-82f5-d3b68c542131</uuid>
      483. <name>tmp</name>
      484. <comment></comment>
      485. <mntentref>d2f63379-f101-4ad2-8458-688f24d3ecc5</mntentref>
      486. <reldirpath>tmp/</reldirpath>
      487. <privileges>
      488. <privilege>
      489. <type>user</type>
      490. <name>elliott</name>
      491. <perms>0</perms>
      492. </privilege>
      493. <privilege>
      494. <type>user</type>
      495. <name>hakarune</name>
      496. <perms>7</perms>
      497. </privilege>
      498. </privileges>
      499. </sharedfolder>
      500. </shares>
      501. </system>
      502. <!-- Web administration configuration - Do not add any configuration here -->
      503. <webadmin>
      504. <port>80</port>
      505. <enablessl>0</enablessl>
      506. <sslport>443</sslport>
      507. <forcesslonly>0</forcesslonly>
      508. <sslcertificateref></sslcertificateref>
      509. <timeout>5</timeout>
      510. <dnssd>
      511. <enable>1</enable>
      512. <name>%h - Web administration</name>
      513. </dnssd>
      514. </webadmin>
      515. <!-- Plugin configuration area -->
      516. <services>
      517. <ssh>
      518. <enable>1</enable>
      519. <port>22</port>
      520. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      521. <passwordauthentication>1</passwordauthentication>
      522. <permitrootlogin>1</permitrootlogin>
      523. <tcpforwarding>0</tcpforwarding>
      524. <compression>0</compression>
      525. <dnssd>
      526. <enable>1</enable>
      527. <name>%h - SSH</name>
      528. </dnssd>
      529. </ssh>
      530. <nfs>
      531. <enable>0</enable>
      532. <numproc>8</numproc>
      533. <shares>
      534. <!--
      535. <share>
      536. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      537. <sharedfolderref>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</sharedfolderref>
      538. <mntentref>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</mntentref>
      539. <client>xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/xx|xxxxxxxxx</client>
      540. <options>xxx,xxx,xxx</options>
      541. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      542. <comment>xxx</comment>
      543. </share>
      544. -->
      545. </shares>
      546. <dnssd>
      547. <enable>1</enable>
      548. <name>%h - NFS</name>
      549. </dnssd>
      550. </nfs>
      551. <ftp>
      552. <enable>1</enable>
      553. <port>21</port>
      554. <maxclients>5</maxclients>
      555. <maxconnectionsperhost>2</maxconnectionsperhost>
      556. <maxloginattempts>1</maxloginattempts>
      557. <timeoutidle>1200</timeoutidle>
      558. <displaylogin>You have entered my domain, prepare for battle!
      559. Some people live more in twenty years than others do in eighty. It's not the time that matters, it's the person.</displaylogin>
      560. <allowforeignaddress>0</allowforeignaddress>
      561. <allowrestart>1</allowrestart>
      562. <identlookups>1</identlookups>
      563. <usereversedns>1</usereversedns>
      564. <rootlogin>0</rootlogin>
      565. <masqueradeaddress></masqueradeaddress>
      566. <dynmasqrefresh>0</dynmasqrefresh>
      567. <usepassiveports>0</usepassiveports>
      568. <minpassiveports>49152</minpassiveports>
      569. <maxpassiveports>65534</maxpassiveports>
      570. <limittransferrate>0</limittransferrate>
      571. <maxuptransferrate>0</maxuptransferrate>
      572. <maxdowntransferrate>0</maxdowntransferrate>
      573. <anonymous>0</anonymous>
      574. <requirevalidshell>1</requirevalidshell>
      575. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      576. <shares>
      577. <share>
      578. <uuid>46215344-ccdc-4ee7-9d85-ef51549fc976</uuid>
      579. <sharedfolderref>d942125e-efbc-43db-8c9d-b31eebcd787c</sharedfolderref>
      580. <mntentref>71989275-1f69-43c4-9b2c-c40c081a6218</mntentref>
      581. <comment></comment>
      582. </share>
      583. <share>
      584. <uuid>7782e690-ba3d-4d85-a94c-d22ed274dc79</uuid>
      585. <sharedfolderref>7fc51c50-f589-4351-92df-fd4c36b2c2fa</sharedfolderref>
      586. <mntentref>bebf5033-48fb-48a1-99d8-7424418f8537</mntentref>
      587. <comment></comment>
      588. </share>
      589. <share>
      590. <uuid>0d43d824-7a70-4659-9538-40b1877733af</uuid>
      591. <sharedfolderref>2fc8bd27-80df-4710-a020-934d16d3b15c</sharedfolderref>
      592. <mntentref>d2e25958-faa6-42fa-9f5f-d76f85d08800</mntentref>
      593. <comment></comment>
      594. </share>
      595. <share>
      596. <uuid>1d350727-b668-4187-9dae-6c869d666b11</uuid>
      597. <sharedfolderref>7db760f4-4bb3-45f9-9118-88e52aef4986</sharedfolderref>
      598. <mntentref>6c497fd8-6bbc-432b-9a49-8437503f7d04</mntentref>
      599. <comment></comment>
      600. </share>
      601. <share>
      602. <uuid>9377ccf3-d2d2-4580-b675-acb2998dd81d</uuid>
      603. <sharedfolderref>d713dab6-8d7f-4076-b719-22d38139ffb1</sharedfolderref>
      604. <mntentref>b7ee65bd-54bf-47fc-b476-ec4385be85de</mntentref>
      605. <comment></comment>
      606. </share>
      607. </shares>
      608. <modules>
      609. <mod_ban></mod_ban>
      610. <mod_tls>
      611. <enable>0</enable>
      612. <required>0</required>
      613. <sslcertificateref></sslcertificateref>
      614. <nocertrequest>0</nocertrequest>
      615. <nosessionreuserequired>0</nosessionreuserequired>
      616. <useimplicitssl>0</useimplicitssl>
      617. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      618. </mod_tls>
      619. </modules>
      620. <dnssd>
      621. <enable>1</enable>
      622. <name>%h - FTP</name>
      623. </dnssd>
      624. </ftp>
      625. <smart>
      626. <enable>1</enable>
      627. <interval>1800</interval>
      628. <powermode>never</powermode>
      629. <tempdiff>0</tempdiff>
      630. <tempinfo>0</tempinfo>
      631. <tempcrit>0</tempcrit>
      632. <scheduledtests></scheduledtests>
      633. </smart>
      634. <tftp>
      635. <!--
      636. <blocksize>[512-65464]</blocksize>
      637. <sharedfolderref>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</sharedfolderref>
      638. -->
      639. <enable>0</enable>
      640. <port>69</port>
      641. <retransmit>1000000</retransmit>
      642. <blocksize>512</blocksize>
      643. <allownewfiles>0</allownewfiles>
      644. <sharedfolderref></sharedfolderref>
      645. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      646. <dnssd>
      647. <enable>1</enable>
      648. <name>%h - TFTP</name>
      649. </dnssd>
      650. </tftp>
      651. <smb>
      652. <enable>1</enable>
      653. <workgroup>WORKGROUP</workgroup>
      654. <serverstring>%h server</serverstring>
      655. <loglevel>0</loglevel>
      656. <usesendfile>0</usesendfile>
      657. <nullpasswords>0</nullpasswords>
      658. <localmaster>1</localmaster>
      659. <timeserver>0</timeserver>
      660. <winssupport>0</winssupport>
      661. <winsserver></winsserver>
      662. <homesenable>0</homesenable>
      663. <homesbrowseable>1</homesbrowseable>
      664. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      665. <shares>
      666. <share>
      667. <uuid>e07cee0e-5153-4b54-9507-312ebd2e625e</uuid>
      668. <sharedfolderref>9a8b3902-9050-4a0a-850a-bd66a2086d69</sharedfolderref>
      669. <name>External</name>
      670. <comment>Movies, TV, Anime, Etc</comment>
      671. <guestok>0</guestok>
      672. <readonly>0</readonly>
      673. <browseable>1</browseable>
      674. <inheritacls>1</inheritacls>
      675. <inheritpermissions>1</inheritpermissions>
      676. <recyclebin>0</recyclebin>
      677. <recyclemaxsize>0</recyclemaxsize>
      678. <recyclemaxage>0</recyclemaxage>
      679. <hidedotfiles>1</hidedotfiles>
      680. <easupport>0</easupport>
      681. <storedosattributes>0</storedosattributes>
      682. <hostsallow></hostsallow>
      683. <hostsdeny></hostsdeny>
      684. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      685. </share>
      686. <share>
      687. <uuid>d68a40f1-9e5b-4e3a-8884-b593403a8aa5</uuid>
      688. <sharedfolderref>d713dab6-8d7f-4076-b719-22d38139ffb1</sharedfolderref>
      689. <name>Internal</name>
      690. <comment>Internal Storage Location, Downloads, tmps, Programs, Music</comment>
      691. <guestok>0</guestok>
      692. <readonly>0</readonly>
      693. <browseable>1</browseable>
      694. <inheritacls>1</inheritacls>
      695. <inheritpermissions>1</inheritpermissions>
      696. <recyclebin>0</recyclebin>
      697. <recyclemaxsize>0</recyclemaxsize>
      698. <recyclemaxage>0</recyclemaxage>
      699. <hidedotfiles>1</hidedotfiles>
      700. <easupport>0</easupport>
      701. <storedosattributes>0</storedosattributes>
      702. <hostsallow></hostsallow>
      703. <hostsdeny></hostsdeny>
      704. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      705. </share>
      706. </shares>
      707. <dnssd>
      708. <enable>1</enable>
      709. <name>%h - SMB/CIFS</name>
      710. </dnssd>
      711. </smb>
      712. <rsync>
      713. <server>
      714. <enable>0</enable>
      715. <port>873</port>
      716. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      717. <modules>
      718. <!--
      719. <module>
      720. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      721. <sharedfolderref>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</sharedfolderref>
      722. <uid>xxx</uid>
      723. <gid>xxx</gid>
      724. <name>xxx</name>
      725. <comment>xxx</comment>
      726. <readonly>0</readonly>
      727. <writeonly>0</writeonly>
      728. <maxconnections>0</maxconnections>
      729. <list>1</list>
      730. <hostsallow></hostsallow>
      731. <hostsdeny></hostsdeny>
      732. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      733. <authusers>0|1</authusers>
      734. <users>
      735. <user>
      736. <name>xxx</name>
      737. <password>xxx</password>
      738. <user>
      739. <users>
      740. </module>
      741. -->
      742. </modules>
      743. <dnssd>
      744. <enable>1</enable>
      745. <name>%h - Rsync</name>
      746. </dnssd>
      747. </server>
      748. <jobs>
      749. <!--
      750. <job>
      751. <uuid>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx</uuid>
      752. <enable>0|1</enable>
      753. <sendemail>0|1<sendemail>
      754. <comment>xxx</comment>
      755. <type>local|remote</type>
      756. <src>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx|xxx</src>
      757. <dest>xxxxxxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxxxxxxxxxx|xxx</dest>
      758. <minute>[00-59|*]</minute>
      759. <everynminute>0|1</everynminute>
      760. <hour>[00-23|*]</hour>
      761. <everynhour>0|1</everynhour>
      762. <dayofmonth>[01-31|*]</dayofmonth>
      763. <everyndayofmonth>0|1</everyndayofmonth>
      764. <month>[01-12|*]</month>
      765. <dayofweek>[1-7|*]</dayofweek>
      766. <recursive>1</recursive>
      767. <times>1</times>
      768. <compress>0</compress>
      769. <archive>1</archive>
      770. <delete>0</delete>
      771. <quiet>0</quiet>
      772. <perms>1</perms>
      773. <acls>1</acls>
      774. <xattrs>0</xattrs>
      775. <dryrun>0</dryrun>
      776. <partial>0</partial>
      777. <extraoptions></extraoptions>
      778. // remote
      779. <mode>push|pull</mode>
      780. <password>xxx</password>
      781. </job>
      782. -->
      783. </jobs>
      784. </rsync>
      785. <snmp>
      786. <!--
      787. <version>2c|3</version>
      788. <securitylevel>noauth|auth|priv</securitylevel>
      789. <authtype>MD5|SHA</authtype>
      790. <privtype>DES|AES</privtype>
      791. -->
      792. <enable>0</enable>
      793. <community>public</community>
      794. <syslocation></syslocation>
      795. <syscontact></syscontact>
      796. <version>2c</version>
      797. <username></username>
      798. <securitylevel>noauth</securitylevel>
      799. <authtype>MD5</authtype>
      800. <authpassphrase></authpassphrase>
      801. <privtype>DES</privtype>
      802. <privpassphrase></privpassphrase>
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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "davidh2k" wrote:

      "hakarune" wrote:


      Sadly I've spent a lot of time configuring and installing stuff into my install, plus 1 of my data drives is also my OS drive; shrank the install partition and deleted the expanded/swap partitions and created new ones, so I'd lose about 100GB of data and all the installing and configuring I've done lol :(.


      Apart from reconfiguring, you can install Debian Squeeze yourself, without loosing your additional Data Partition and install OMV afterwards.
      The hard Part is to find a squeeze 6.0.7 iso.

      Short version, thx to ryecoaaron:

      Source Code

      1. 1 - echo "deb http://packages.openmediavault.org/public fedaykin main" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/openmediavault.list
      2. 2 - apt-get update
      3. 3 - apt-get install openmediavault-keyring postfix
      4. 4 - apt-get update
      5. 5 - apt-get install openmediavault
      6. 6 - ready


      Greetings
      David


      Dave, is there no way to save my OMV configuration and app installs? Or someway to just do a repair install for the broken parts while maintaining all apps/data/config?


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      Not since OMV 0.2.

      Greetings
      David, not Dave :D
      "Well... lately this forum has become support for everything except omv" [...] "And is like someone is banning Google from their browsers"

      Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      How in the hell did your fstab section in your config.xml get like this??? There are way to many entries. You should only have mount entries for your data disks there, or in your case a partition and an external. There are many entries for mounting shares. Those only go in the shares section of the config.xml. How did this happen??? No, I see it now. FTP....
    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "davidh2k" wrote:

      Not since OMV 0.2.

      Greetings
      David, not Dave :D


      That is a very sad loss then :(. I guess for now I can just live with this error, but there has to be some way to actually fix it without loosing all my apps/configs (took me longer to setup all my server apps and configs than it did to transfer the 500GB of data from my old server to my new, though both were USB 3.0 lol)


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "tekkbebe" wrote:

      How in the hell did your fstab section in your config.xml get like this??? There are way to many entries. You should only have mount entries for your data disks there, or in your case a partition and an external. There are many entries for mounting shares. Those only go in the shares section of the config.xml. How did this happen??? No, I see it now. FTP....


      0.o?? Was I not supposed to setup FTP? or did OMV mess everything up?


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "hakarune" wrote:

      "davidh2k" wrote:

      Not since OMV 0.2.

      Greetings
      David, not Dave :D


      That is a very sad loss then :(. I guess for now I can just live with this error, but there has to be some way to actually fix it without loosing all my apps/configs (took me longer to setup all my server apps and configs than it did to transfer the 500GB of data from my old server to my new, though both were USB 3.0 lol)



      Yeah it is, make a backup of your system after your configuration is done.

      Greetings
      David
      "Well... lately this forum has become support for everything except omv" [...] "And is like someone is banning Google from their browsers"

      Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.


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    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      No, you are ok. But at first glance I was like wtf. The home directory is on the system drive for ftp and those entries are necessary to mount folders from the data drives to the home location of the ftp home directory. It looks ok. Are we just looking at an fsck issue on the external????
    • Re: [Error] fsck died with exit status 8 on every reboot

      "davidh2k" wrote:

      "hakarune" wrote:

      "davidh2k" wrote:

      Not since OMV 0.2.

      Greetings
      David, not Dave :D


      That is a very sad loss then :(. I guess for now I can just live with this error, but there has to be some way to actually fix it without loosing all my apps/configs (took me longer to setup all my server apps and configs than it did to transfer the 500GB of data from my old server to my new, though both were USB 3.0 lol)



      Yeah it is, make a backup of your system after your configuration is done.

      Greetings
      David


      How do you back it up? just a simple dd from aq live boot to a thumb? i.e.

      Source Code

      1. dd if=/dev/sda of=/dev/sdb/omv.img


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