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    Good evening,

    I have an odd issue with a new installed OMV. Latest release - 4.1.22.
    I use a CD as installation media, and install OMV on a USB. Working fine, and the machine is booting perfectly up, and / is mounted on /dev/sda1.
    Afterwards a SATA disk is added to the primary SATA controller, and machine is booted, but fails, as the SATA disk has been configured as /dev/sda.
    / on the initial SDA1 is no longer found.

    Why does this happen - I doesnt happen on my other OMV installation configured similar
    Can I lock the drive - or is grub required to be reconfigured after each installation of new disk (can you point me to a guide if exists)?
    Simple GRUB command in BusyBox to update it?

    Many thanks, Kjeld

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    I had one single HDD with an EXT4 filesystem in my setup (alongside a RAID6). I physically removed this one disk a long time ago and put it in a single case for my Raspberry. Now I am unable to remove the linked filesystem from the WebGUI. The option "Löschen" (remove, erase) is not clickable. This did not bother me for a long time but now it seems to block the installation of a remote share.

    So, how can I remove my useless file system from the configuration? I already tried to comment the line in fstab manually, but that did not work properly.

    Thanks!
  • New

    Hi,

    Habe ein OMV Server grade am laufen mit 2 Freigaben die Passwort geschützt sind und 2 die eigentlich für Gäste sind und öffentlich sein sollen, was auch Funktioniert nur kommt direkt in Windows unter "Netzwerk" wo der Server steht erstmal ne Passwort Abfrage was eigentlich nicht soll erst wenn man auf dem Server ist und die Ordner sieht soll man auf die Geschützten nur per Passwort drauf und auf die Gast Freigaben direkt. Wenn ich aber um die Gast freigaben zu sehen schon ein Passwort eingeben muss bringen mir die Gast freigaben nichts :D

    Liebe Grüße
  • New

    Hi everyone, at the time I installed OMV, ia had to use an SSD. I just got some very reliable usb sticks, and I wish to use that ssd...
    I wish to know how to migrate without needing to recreate all my shares and users.

    How to do it? I saw some posts that discuss about usb sticks insterad of the actual process. I am pretty new to linux so, be gentle.

    I am trying clonezilla, but I do not know if this will work.

    Thanks in advance.

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